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Which EPL Top Teams Will Soon Fall from Grace?

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Saturday, 17 March 2018 15:38

Arsenal - Soccer Football ClubWhen you look at the English Premier League table in the last few years you notice that some formerly top teams have started making a slow decent into mediocrity. In addition to these teams, there are also clubs which have led a pretty abysmal transfer and management policy which will surely leave them outside of Champions League football and out of contention for the top places in the EPL in the years to come.

If you are a betting man you can get pretty good odds for some of these teams missing out on European football or finishing outside the Top 5 next season. In this article we will try to narrow down the list of clubs for you so that you don't have to waste a lot of time pondering yourself and instead you can directly bet now.


Arsenal have been plagued by the fact that Arsene Wenger has absolutely overstayed his welcome and now the club are in a downward spiral. The board never seemed to have the bravery and courage to part ways with a manager which has won them so much in the past and was bringing Champions League football regularly, but now that the club is in an irreversible decline it seems like the Arsenal board will finally pull the trigger.

However, all that will be a little too late as the club is already full of average players and it would take several years to only make the transition from that squad to a new squad and it is questionable if Arsenal can still attract the very best players in the world to stay competitive at the highest level.


Chelsea have managed to win a trophy in every other year for the past fifteen years. However, it seems like the years of bad management policies and poor transfer judgments are finally catching up with the Blues.

They are currently in an unenviable position as they sit in a position which is much lower than they would have wanted and it is obvious that they don't have the players to turn it around. All they have is an average squad which should be happy if it finished in the top half of the table.

Furthermore, by the time Chelsea manage to get rid of the deadwood they have only just acquired, it would take ages and that is just not acceptable if you want to stay competitive in the modern world of football where clubs like Barcelona and Real Madrid can cherry pick the players they want and clubs like Chelsea are left to fight for the scraps.

Players such as Ross Barkley, Danny Drinkwater, Victor Moses, and even the declining Cesc Fabregas would never get in Real or Barcelona's team coach let alone make an appearance in a match.

And if that wasn't enough, Chelsea will soon have to contend with the fact that much of their revenue will go into their new stadium, meaning that Chelsea fans will have to get ready for a trophy drought.

Last Updated on Thursday, 15 November 2018 23:13
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