So, the 2016-2017 season ends in a fairly conventional way, with the "big" teams in Europe easily winning their respective league titles and perennial overdog Real Madrid making short work of the Champions League final - they achieved something of a feat in doing it two years in a row, though if any teams was going to do it, it was likely going to be them. I thought this international break between the Champions League final and the Confederations Cup was an appropriate place to start a new thread. Will next European club season be another predictable contest between the usual suspects, or will we see another Leicester pop up somewhere? Will A French side finally muscle its way back into the Champions League final? Dortmund have a new manager. Can they challenge Bayern for a title, or will Red Bull's plastic fantastic corporate interlopers do one better than this season? Will Real Madrid continue to blow teams away in Spain, or will Barcelona bounce back? Can Atleti keep themselves in the conversation? Mourinho will be starting his second season at Man Utd. Traditionally, this is the year he will win everything and look unstoppable, before spectacularly imploding and getting sacked the following season. Will we see history repeat itself? And finally, will there really be World Cups in Russia and Qatar? The stench of corruption and human rights violations hangs heavy on both nations, but the post-Blatter version of FIFA under Infantino looks just about as corrupt and collusive as the old FIFA, so if we do see something happen it will not come from them. That, and much more, to be discussed over the coming months!