Champions League 201314 Review

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    Champions League 201314 Review

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    With the summer transfer window finally over making predictions for the 2013-14 Premier League season is much more realistic. With the number of changes made with several teams it means that some teams have become better while others have not been able to strengthen.

    With the season already under way there have been some hints of what is to come, but there have been enough changes made with many teams that week 4 is the true start to the season. The first international break is over, but more importantly, the 2013 summer transfer window has closed.

    Top Four Prediction:

    1. Manchester United

    2. Chelsea

    3. Manchester City

    4. Tottenham Hotspur

    The top (and middle) of the table will be extremely competitive this season. There are more than the typical four teams that will be competing for the Champions League places.

    United are still the team to beat. They may not have made the changes they wanted to make, but they were still able to keep the team that won the EPL last season while also adding another midfielder to depth chart.

    Chelsea and Manchester City have made several positive changes, but still have areas of weakness. Chelsea is missing a top notch, world class striker while City has shown they can be beaten and will leak goals without Vincent Kompany to command the back line.

    I still think that Tottenham had probably the best summer transfer window and brought in some excellent signings. This will not be an easy season for any team at the top, but I think they have what it takes to push for Champions League.

    Middle of the Table Prediction:

    5. Liverpool

    6. Arsenal

    7. Everton

    8. West Ham United

    9. Aston Villa

    10. Southampton

    Liverpool and Arsenal will definitely be in the mix for a top four finish. Liverpool look strong and when Luis Suarez returns they will have the attacking edge they need really get going. Liverpool is still one of those teams just on the cusp and I'm very tempted to pick them for top four, but they do still have some questions marks. Will they be able to continue to play the same possession game all season, even with Suarez? Liverpool is probably the biggest dark horse of all the teams in the league and really could be a team finishing anywhere in the top eight. They do still have a young team and lack some depth in midfield and defense. Their high pressing, possession based strategy will require a high amount of mental stamina all season which could lead to mistakes and negative results.