Premier League Fans' Season Preview - All 20 teams from Arsenal to Wolves

Read your team's preview ahead of the new Premier League season after BT Sport asked 20 supporters to give their verdict on their club's fortunes in 2021/22.

Published: 9 August 2021 - 9.57am
All 20 Premier League teams previewed by supporters on BTSport.com.

After a season-and-a-half with almost no Premier League supporters in attendance, BTSport.com are delighted to get back to some normality with fans back in the grounds.

To celebrate the return of supporters, we've handed over to the supporters to preview each and every Premier League teams' fortunes - from Arsenal to Wolves.

Read on for a quote from each, or use the menu below to jump to your favourite team's full preview.

Your team's season preview, done by one of your own!

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Arsenal

"We want more excitement, more attacking intent and more goals" - Layth Yousif of The Gooner Fanzine

Aston Villa

"Aston Villa are flying under the radar at the moment, I don't think the rest of football know what our intentions are" - David Michael of My Old Man Said

Brentford

"It’s the first time we’ve been in this position in my lifetime. I don’t want to say I’m happy to be here, but we realise what a journey it’s been" - Billy Grant of Beesotted

Brighton

"There's no reason why we can't finish in the top half, but it all hinges on a striker" - Scott McCarthy of WeAreBrighton.com

Burnley

"There's a danger where consistency and stability can manifest as staleness" - Natalie Bromley of No Nay Never

Chelsea

"We won the Champions League and now we’ve got to win the Premier League... Now we have to show England we are the best team." - Sami Chaoui of Chelsea Fan TV

Crystal Palace

"Things under Roy Hodgson were a stale and predictable slog last season. The season ahead feels full of promise for us." -  Chris Hambling of Back Of The Nest

Everton

"Rafa Benitez needs to have a half-decent start because if he doesn’t he will be in the firing line." -  Mike Richards of The Unholy Trinity podcast

Leeds

"Kalvin Phillips is known as The Yorkshire Pirlo but I can see him becoming the South Leeds N’Golo Kante." - Amitai Winehouse of The Athletic

Leicester

"I think this is the last season where Jamie Vardy plays 90 minutes week in, week out in the Premier League." - Chris Forryan of Leicester Till I Die

Liverpool

"Liverpool are a bit more settled than Man City, we've got quality throughout the pitch and they'll be so determined to get that title back " - John Gibbons of The Anfield Wrap

Manchester City

"The fluency and control we play with when we have a 'false nine' is unbelievable and there’s a concern that if you add a No 9, then you may lose some of that." - Lloyd Scragg of the 9320 podcast

Manchester United

"Harry Maguire and Raphael Varane can become the new Ferdinand and Vidic” – Anthony Hay of The Athletic

Newcastle

"Fear and anxiety has become the norm under Mike Ashley's leadership and I worry that this season it will be much the same as the last.” – Steve Cole of NUSC London

Norwich

"My big fear for the season is we’ve lost our two best players - Emi Buendia and Oliver Skipp - and now we are going up another level.” – Jack Reeve of Talk Norwich City

Southampton

"I have no idea why Gareth Southgate didn’t take James Ward-Prowse to the Euros. Whether it’s a corner, free-kick or penalty, Ward-Prowse is the man you want on the spot.” – Mark Harpur of Southampton Disabled Supporters' Association

Tottenham

"I think if you accept that Harry Kane is leaving and build a squad around coping without him, you can get by.” – Chris Miller of The Extra Inch

Watford

"To stay up is the single goal. It doesn’t matter if it’s by one goal, one point or a dodgy decision, we know how difficult it is.” – Mike Parkin of From The Rookery End

West Ham

"We need to have more bravery when taking on the big teams. We showed them too much respect last season .” – Ex-WHU Employee of The West Ham Way

Wolves

"Having Raul Jimenez back is a boost for the squad, the team and the fan base .” – Dazzling Dave of Wolves Fan Dazzling Dave TV