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johnnytodd

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Think Romelu Lukaku will win it tbh Vardy is on fire and will push Leicester into that top 6 position as predicted. Just think Romelu is the complete package and at such a young age.

Also highlighted the best performing midfielders by a mile in the Prem.

1 Jamie Vardy Leicester City 14
2 Romelu Lukaku Everton 10

3 Odion Ighalo Watford 8
3 Harry Kane Tottenham Hotspur 8
4 Sergio Agüero Manchester City 7
4 Olivier Giroud Arsenal 7
4 Riyad Mahrez Leicester City 7
5 André Ayew Swansea City 6
5 Ross Barkley Everton 6
5 Graziano Pellè Southampton 6
5 Alexis Sánchez Arsenal 6
5 Georginio Wijnaldum Newcastle United 6
 

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What do you think of Sturridge's chances, Johnny mate?
 
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I think it'll be a fight between Rooney and RvP to be hones....wait....wrong year.
 

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As long as he doesn't pick up any injuries, my bet is on Aguero recovering and picking up the award, just ahead of Lukaku, with Vardy in 3rd after a slight drop in form.
 

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As long as he doesn't pick up any injuries, my bet is on Aguero recovering and picking up the award, just ahead of Lukaku, with Vardy in 3rd after a slight drop in form.
i think you could be right good shout forgot about him
 

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I'd go for Aguero too. Can see Vardy and Lukaku dropping away.
 

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Didn't Aguero score five of his seven in one game?
 

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Yeah but if he stays fit and scores five goals per game from now on he will end up with 127 goals and I don't think Jamie "I don't like oriental people" Vardy can compete with that.
Careful mate.
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Yeah but if he stays fit and scores five goals per game from now on he will end up with 127 goals and I don't think Jamie "I don't like oriental people" Vardy can compete with that.
He's a horrible bastard. I can just see him at a edl march gobbing off .
 

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Definitely Aguero, if he and silva can stay fit for majority of the season.
 

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Whats wrong with defending your country? could be worse could be a bomb slinger.......
They're not defending anything. Bunch of racist dickheads who need a slap. Anyway probs the wrong thread, il be off now:animatedf:
 

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Vardy and Lukaku both in a big purple patch, between them two I'd have the former as being more likely of finishing with more goals. However, neither will continue their current form throughout the season and will drop off. If I were a betting man I'd say it will be Aguero, although it obviously depends on him playing. He's the type of player that can pick up a couple of niggling injuries between now and the end of the season that could easily take him out of ten games. Kane in with a shot too.
 

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With the prices they charge these days? Damn right mate. You're fortunate, not all of us live at home with our parents. I have more important things to spend money on. :cool1:
 
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I think it'll be Harry Kane again in all honesty. Vardy will fade away now he's broken the record. Aguero can't stay fit for longer than a month at a time and Lukaku is just in form so again he'll drop off in the coming weeks.
 

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