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Who Do YOU Want to See Win The Premier League?

Pellegrini Wenger Rodgers Mourinho Who Do YOU Want to See Win The Premier League?

After the mid-week and last weekend’s matches in the Premier League, the race for the 2013/14 title has narrowed down to a four horse race, and, by this weekend, could end being a three horse race if Manchester City beat Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.

But before we get too far ahead of ourselves, which of the four teams do YOU want to win the Premier League . . .

CHELSEA

LIVERPOOL

MANCHESTER CITY, or

ARSENAL

One of the four teams will lift the Premier League trophy in May, and each of the teams has its own compelling story of what the trophy would mean to its club, players and supporters. But only the best team will win — and you have 4 or 3 or 3.5 teams listed above that all believe they can win it.

There’s a big difference between who you think will win, and who you want to win.

But no matter who you support, which of the four teams do YOU want to win the Premier League title this season? Vote below and share your opinions in the comments section below.

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10 Responses to Who Do YOU Want to See Win The Premier League?

  1. jtm371 says:

    Everton! those are the 4 least liked teams for my taste. It would be a heck of a story if the Toffees pulled it off.

  2. goatslookshifty says:

    Liverpool, so Steven Gerard can get the title he deserves.
    or…
    Chelsea, so Mourinho proves he’s the best manager in the world (it’s not Pep.)

  3. Ivan says:

    As a Liverpool fan, of course Liverpool…but being realistic, in modern football, defense wins titles, and that Liverpool defense is attrocious…every corner kick against Liverpool carries probably a 30% chance that the opposition will score…and there will be a couple of games in which the offense won’t score 6 to bail them out.

    What is Wenger doing in this discussion, and Arsenal, by extension?

  4. CassanovaFrankenstein says:

    I am no City supporter, but I’d like to see them win. Mourinho is an embaressment and doesn’t deserve it. Speaking of embaressments, Suarez doesn’t deserve it eithet. And Arsenal didn’t prepare enough for the long year.

  5. Prinz says:

    In life somethings are just certainties, thats why i can say with all certainty that Steven gerard will never win a league medal, and thats the bottomline coz Prinz said so.

    BELIEVE

  6. yespage says:

    City! Stoke City!

  7. Gerry says:

    It used to be anyone but United (ABU) but now it’s ayone but Chelsea (ABC). Cannot stand Mourinho and his antics. If either City or Liverpool win the title it would be fine by me.

  8. Frill Artist says:

    Chelsea is my least hated team on there so I’d rather see them win it.

  9. Frank says:

    As long as it’s not Chelsea, I don’t mind any of Liverpool, Arsenal or Manchester City. However, I’m afraid it might be Chelsea as they have the easiest schedule left.

  10. Smokey Bacon says:

    The team that has played the best football all season long……….and that’s Liverpool.

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