View Poll Results: Who do you want to go?

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  • Watford and West Ham

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  • Watford and Villa

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  • Watford and Bournemouth

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  • West Ham and Villa

    16 32.65%
  • West Ham and Bournemouth

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  • Villa and Bournemouth

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    Who do you WANT to go down?

    Looks like 2 from 4 and reasons for Wolves fans to want all of them to go, but what would be your preference?

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    Villa and Bournemouth. Obvious reasons.

    Watford are a nothing Club and West Ham will never be a threat and find them good to laugh at. Genuine dislike for the other two.
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    West Ham and villa,they both need a good dose of humility,and both are shafted with wage bills and "star" players,I think villa are banking on grealish going for a ridiculous sum of money to ease or clear their ffp problems,personally I want him to stay and shaft them even more
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    I went Villa and West Ham. I dislike everything about the latter from their entitled fans with their delusions of grandeur to their appalling owners and alley cat moralled Chief Exec

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    I don't really like any of West Ham, Villa, or Bournemouth. Would like to see Newcastle go down ideally as they are nowhere near as big as they think they are. Unrealistic and I dislike Villa the most though so as long as they go down I am happy.

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    Villa and West Ham too. Villa for obvious reasons, West Ham as they are run by a bunch of opportunistic shysters, their fans have an even bigger sense of self-worth than villa and it’s incredibly boring having to listen to journalists wang on about them all the time.
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    Don't care too much as long as Villa is one of them but would probably say Bournemouth as they are so cynical and blonde haired, blue eyed, goody goody sly arse gets on my tits

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    I wish they change the rules and all four go down, absolute turds of teams.
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    Shame Norwich are dead and buried with everybody consistently losing.

    Pressed Villa and Bournemouth but changed my mind on that, Villa and West Ham for me.

    Both just stink the place out. Get rid. If they could both have extended stays at HMP Championship that would be spiffing.

    I want Bournemouth to stay up purely because I think they'll implode if they have another year, Howe is a busted flush. Theres bob hope of him been able to replace Fraser so if they stay up on the count of being the least shit it'll be highly amusing watching them get the 2011/12 treatment.

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    West Ham are a nothing, an irrelevance, but they have one redeeming feature, their unequivocal hate of Paul Ince! For that I can never wish them harm
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    Villa and Bournemouth. Villa need to recognize where they are and I can't stand Bournemouth since that debacle at Molineux in the Championship when Mike Jones sent of VLP and the rest of the goings on that day.

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    Living where I do then heart says Bournemouth should have been one of them as apart from their methods had no end of crowing down here when they got promoted & was told at the start of last season that as they were an established PL team & we weren't then we would struggle.

    But would agree with Lincs as not any happier with WH or Villa - they both need the shock & have more chance of recovery if they stay up (or even get bought by sensible owners) so they can go this year. (Bournemouth next year though)
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    West Ham and Villa. Both have the resources/reputation to improve their team and attract a better manager. Bournemouth and Watford don't really.
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    Such a hard question but went for Watford and Villa. Watford - I don’t think I’ll ever be over Wembley and want to see Deeney sobbing on the pitch. Villa - fuck em.

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    Two out of this 4 are going to survive which is incredibly sad, Bournemouth, West Ham and Villa are shockingly bad and any other season would be long gone. Watford whilst bad do have an once of quality but full of obnoxious arseholes none more so than their manager.
    Thought I pressed on Villa & Bournemouth but pressed on Villa & Watford.
    Bournemouth from 2014 I’ve had a bad feeling towards especially their Chairman claiming his life was under threat which is utter BS. Even the local media that follow them are extremely odious.
    Can live with West Ham is go as far to say their fans aren’t that bad the problem is a lot of members of the written media over the years have been West Ham fans which seems to have elevated them to a bigger size than they’re.

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    I went Villa and West Ham. They would both suffer horribly. Bournemouth can go next season. In an ideal world Norwich would turn into Bayern Munich and get enough to stay up so Bournemouth could drop as well but a little bit of realism is needed at times.
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    Any of the clubs who think two years without a trophy is a drought.

    Otherwise, I don't take too much schadenfreude from it. Every side has good supporters and relegation fucking sucks.
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    As long as Bournemouth are one I don't care over much about the other. Went for Watford simply because I dislike almost everything about them, from their strip to their captain to their manager to Elton John to the shithole they inhabit. It's also much more enjoyable beating Villa and WHU than a couple of second division pretenders.
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    Watford is an alright place. A bit dumpy but hardly Beirut.
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    Villa and Bournemouth for me. Villa due to their fans (and Grealish going down would be funny). Bournemouth I absolutely despise playing against thanks to their antics of both being dirty fuckers and also diving for free kicks and surrounding the red at every opportunity. West Ham can stay, they’re an easy 6 points every year!

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    Villa and Bournemouth for me too, just for the giggles
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    It’s genuinely an impossible choice

    I dislike all the clubs involved. Would go West Ham and Bournemouth (although I really don’t like Watford). But then if Albion come up next season I don’t really want two local derbies, so really Villa have to bugger off. So I’ve arrived at Villa and Bournemouth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddingtonwolf View Post
    I went Villa and West Ham. They would both suffer horribly. Bournemouth can go next season. In an ideal world Norwich would turn into Bayern Munich and get enough to stay up so Bournemouth could drop as well but a little bit of realism is needed at times.
    This. Bournemouths squad is crap and they won’t have much money to improve it, so the likelihood is that they will finish bottom next year anyway. Villa and West Ham will be able to strengthen if they stay up, and despite the fact their recruitment strategies are shite, they might fluke some decent players or a decent manager. If they go down they are screwed.
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    I don't like any of them so it's a no-lose situation for me...but I've gone Villa and Bournemouth.

    Villa need putting back in their box a bit, they were convinced that they were back last summer and they'd just be the best team in the Midlands again. Sorry boys, no. A deluded fanbase and I can't abide Grealish. No fun at all to watch either, either look hopelessly out of their depth when they try to play in an open style so nothing is ever even a contest, or sub-Mick 2010 football which isn't even effective at what it's supposed to do.

    Bournemouth are just a horrible team, offer no value to the league as they can never develop from where they are, matchbox sized ground which means we can't take a proper following, it needs to be underlined just how deeply average Eddie Howe is and what cynical zero sum football they play. Quite a good chance that like Wigan, they'll never come back.

    Watford...that was our own fault we lost at Wembley. Deeney, Holebas and Foster are arseholes but no strong views on anyone else there, they're all pretty old too so won't be around much longer.

    West Ham, as much as I loathe the Pornodwarves and Baroness "I vote to cut poor people's benefits" Brady, and I'll never go to their crappy athletics stadium...those three are idiots and they're never going to get anywhere while they own the club, which will be for some time to come as they won't put it on the market at a fair price. So zero threat to us, a load of comedy as they inevitably stuff it up any time they have to make a decision, Mark Noble still running their midfield when he's 74 and six easy points for us every season.
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    I've gone for Villa and Bournemouth.

    Part of me would like Villa to stay up because i like the local rivalry and there is an atmosphere at the games but i think they have the capacity to improve more than the others imo and i can't stand them after the Championship season and their current squad and management just screams dickheads. So on balance they can go and hopefully stay in the Championship for a good few years.

    I think Watford and West Ham are what they are and i don't think they're a threat at all, West Ham will always be the same as they are right now and i think Watford are pretty much the same.

    Bournemouth are the team i most want to drop, i can't stand them. Eddie Howe is a fraud and their dark arts mastery is annoying as fuck, horrible little club. It's also as a silver away season ticket holder still a pain to get a ticket to the away game and impossible to get my dad one so if we never play them again it will be too soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddingtonwolf View Post
    Watford is an alright place. A bit dumpy but hardly Beirut.
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    Villa - Know a lot of Villa fans and they can be right arrogant c*nts. Literally at the start of the season they were convinced they’d be doing what Sheffield United are doing now.

    Bournemouth - sick of the notion “look at little old Bournemouth doing well in the Premier League”. Shit ground, dirty team, diving fuckers & literally offer nothing to the league apart from occassionally winning at the big teams

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    Quote Originally Posted by Premier Quality View Post
    This. Bournemouths squad is crap and they won’t have much money to improve it, so the likelihood is that they will finish bottom next year anyway. Villa and West Ham will be able to strengthen if they stay up, and despite the fact their recruitment strategies are shite, they might fluke some decent players or a decent manager. If they go down they are screwed.
    Exactly this.

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    I went for Villa and Bournemouth.

    Villa - bored of the 'rivalry'

    Bournemouth - cannot abide them and hope they never come back up again. A stain on the Premier League

    I have no love for either West Ham or Watford and wouldn't exactly be sad to see them go down, but as others have said, I can't see them being as much of a threat. It was tough choosing Villa over West Ham, because the thought of seeing the Pornodwarves and Brady sobbing on the final day makes me smile. Vile individuals.
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    Villa and Bournemouth.

    Watching Bournemoth with no crowd noise is probably the nail in the coffin. Cheating bellends.
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