Top 10 Football (Soccer) Clubs to Watch in 2017
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Well. WHAT A START. 2ND incredible start with Marcelino (what about him eh Everton ahaha) anyways this team is doing expectional and could see CL football return.
Burnley are in 7th, forgetting Heaton is injured as Pope is delivery on all cyclinders and Tarkowski (I was right) is doing and coping extremely well to set them up for a European challenge.
This team has progressed. In Europe anyway. Bayern did NOT deserve that win, they could do well espically with players like Callum McGregor (keeping an eye on him) Patrick Roberts and Kirean Tierney along with Dembele and Leigh Griffiths. While some like Lustig need replacing, they have done alright.
Well. Some players like Propper (a good player) are turning out great. Willems left for Frankfurt, they are first players like Hendrix and Zoet are really delivering the goods.
Good start, I like some of their players like Jonjo Shelvey, Matt Ritchie and Jamaal Lascelles delivering as they are ninth I thought they were going down Jesus Christ.
What a start this really is. 6th with no other DILLY Dong. Harit has left. But recruitments like Chidozie Awaziem from Porto has really been paying off.
A great start, Marco Silva will be a super manager. Surely. Anyways, some of their players like Tom Cleverely and Troy Deeney along with Will Hughes has been expectional.
4th place, the last season they were in the Bundesliga they were bottom. Pretty comfortably. Korb could realistically be doing better. What a team.
Players like Ciro Immobile (most goals in Europe by the way) humiliated Milan, look to be out of that crisis and into a pit of ambitousity. This is why they kick on from this
They are finally beating Benfica, and are doing well in the CL players like Danilo Pereira, Jesus Carona and Yacine Brahimi. This is one to watch.
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