View Poll Results: Whom do you support?

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  • Manchester United

    40 12.82%
  • Chelsea

    30 9.62%
  • Arsenal

    7 2.24%
  • Liver Pool

    7 2.24%
  • Real Madrid

    15 4.81%
  • Barcelona

    28 8.97%
  • Inter Milan

    1 0.32%
  • AC Milan

    4 1.28%
  • Bayern Munich

    1 0.32%
  • Juventus

    1 0.32%
  • 178 57.05%
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    loved these interviews... the questions were all fanboy stuff nothing serious and that reflects on the answers...





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    All-Time Premier League Table After 28 Seasons


    Liverpool were deservedly crowned Premier League champions this season
    Liverpool finished last season at the top of the table, winning their first Premier League title in 30 years, and finishing 99 points over the course of the 38-game season - the second-highest points tally ever recorded in a single Premier League campaign.
    The near-century of points took the Reds overall tally since 1992 up to 1948 points from 1076 games, ahead of Tottenham in fifth. However, they're still behind Chelsea, Arsenal, and Manchester United respectively with those three sides dominating the 2000's.
    FourFourTwo tallied up all points obtained by the 49 participants since the beginning of the 1992-93 season, this is what it looks like at the end of the 2019-20 campaign:
    49. Swindon Town | Points: 30 (from 42 games), Seasons: 1, Goal difference: -53

    48. Barnsley | Points: 35 (from 38 games), Seasons: 1, Goal difference: -45

    47. Blackpool | Points: 39 (from 38 games), Seasons: 1, Goal difference: -23

    46. Huddersfield | Points: 53 (from 76 games), Seasons: 2, Goal difference: -84

    45. Bradford | Points: 62 (from 76 games), Seasons: 2, Goal difference: -70

    44. Cardiff City | Points: 64 (from 76 games), Seasons: 2, Goal difference: -77

    43. Oldham Athletic | Points: 89 (from 84 games), Seasons: 2, Goal difference: -37

    42. Brighton | Points: 117 (from 114 games), Seasons: 3, Goal difference: -60


    Brighton & Hove Albion - Premier LeagueBrighton will compete in the Premier League for a fourth successive season next term after finishing 15th in the table.
    41. Reading | Points: 119 (from 114 games), Seasons: 3, Goal difference: -50

    40. Hull City | Points: 171 (from 190 games), Seasons: 5, Goal difference: -142

    39. Sheffield United | Points: 186 (from 160 games), Seasons: 4, Goal difference: -40


    Sheffield United - Premier League Sheffield United have just enjoyed an excellent season, finishing ninth in the Premier League in their first top-flight campaign since 2007.
    38. Bournemouth | Points: 211 (from 190 games), Seasons: 5, Goal difference: -89

    37. Ipswich Town | Points: 224 (from 202 games), Seasons: 5, Goal difference: -93

    36. Nottingham Forest | Points: 239 (from 198 games), Seasons: 5, Goal difference: -58

    35. Burnley | Points: 251 (from 228 games), Seasons: 6 Goal difference: -114


    Burnley head coach Sean Dyche Sean Dyche has done an unbelievable job keeping Burnley in the top-flight for the past four seasons.
    34. Wolves | Points: 252 (from 228 games), Seasons: 6, Goal difference: -113


    Wolverhampton Wanderers Given they seem intent on breaking into the Champions League in the coming years, its easy to forget that Wolves have only spent six seasons in Englands top division since 1992.
    33. Watford | Points: 262 (from 266 games), Seasons: 7, Goal difference: -165

    32. Derby County | Points: 274 (from 266 games), Seasons: 7, Goal difference: -149

    31. Portsmouth | Points: 293 (from 266 games), Seasons: 7, Goal difference: -88

    30. Birmingham City | Points: 301 (from 266 games), Seasons: 7, Goal difference: -87

    29. QPR | Points: 308 (from 278 games), Seasons: 7, Goal difference: -92

    28. Swansea City | Points: 312 (from 266 games), Seasons: 7, Goal difference: -77

    27. Wigan Athletic | Points: 331 (from 304 games), Seasons: 8, Goal difference: -166

    26. Charlton Athletic | Points: 361 (from 304 games), Seasons: 8, Goal difference: -100

    25. Norwich City | Points: 380 (from 354 games), Seasons: 9, Goal difference: -194


    24. Wimbledon | Points: 391 (from 316 games), Seasons: 8, Goal difference: -88

    23. Sheffield Wednesday | Points: 392 (from 316 games), Seasons: 8, Goal difference: -44

    22. Coventry City | Points: 409 (from 354 games), Seasons: 9, Goal difference: -103

    21. Stoke City | Points: 457 (from 380 games), Seasons: 10, Goal difference: -127

    20. West Bromwich Albion | Points: 464 (from 456 games), Seasons: 12, Goal difference: -221

    19. Crystal Palace | Points: 472 (from 426 games), Seasons: 11, Goal difference: -158

    18. Bolton Wanderers | Points: 575 (from 494 games), Seasons: 13, Goal difference: -170

    17. Fulham | Points: 612 (from 532 games), Seasons: 14, Goal difference: -174

    16. Sunderland | Points: 618 (from 608 games), Seasons: 16, Goal difference: -292

    15. Middlesbrough | Points: 661 (from 574 games), Seasons: 15, Goal difference: -146

    14. Leicester City | Points: 669 (from 536 games), Seasons: 14, Goal difference: -69


    Leicester trophy parade The lowest-placed team to have actually won the Premier League, Leicester still have a goal difference of minus 69.
    13. Leeds United | Points: 692 (from 468 games), Seasons: 12, Goal difference: +68

    12. Blackburn Rovers | Points: 970 (from 696 games), Seasons: 18, Goal difference: +20

    11. Southampton | Points: 980 (from 810 games), Seasons: 21, Goal difference: -159

    10. West Ham United | Points: 1,137 (from 920 games), Seasons: 24, Goal difference: -218

    9. Aston Villa | Points: 1,258 (from 962 games), Seasons: 25, Goal difference: -95

    8. Newcastle | Points: 1,316 (from 958 games), Seasons: 25, Goal difference: -6

    7. Manchester City | Points: 1,450 (from 886 games), Seasons: 23, Goal difference: +466


    The vast majority of Man Citys goals have, unsurprisingly, come since 2008.No club outside the Premier League's ever-present clubs can boast such a high all-time points total, while City's +466 goal difference is bettered only by the top four clubs on this list.
    6. Everton | Points: 1,476 (from 1076 games), Seasons: 28, Goal difference: +34


    Everton are one of six ever-presents during the Premier League era The Toffees might hold the record for Premier League draws (287) and defeats (351), but thats mainly because theyve been in the division for 28 consecutive seasons.
    5. Tottenham | Points: 1,654 (from 1076 games), Seasons: 28, Goal difference: +255


    In recent seasons, Tottenham have been serious title challenges The north Londoners didnt finish inside the top six during the first 13 Premier League seasons; now theyre firmly established among the countrys elite clubs, and even finished second under the former Southampton boss.
    4. Liverpool | Points: 1,948 (from 1076 games), Seasons: 28, Goal difference: +780


    Liverpools 30-year wait for a league title finally came to an end this season Liverpool have been relentless in the last two seasons, taking 196 points from a possible 228. The Reds have never finished outside the top eight in 28 full seasons and ended up 2nd on three occasions before the long-awaited triumph of 2019/20.
    3. Chelsea | Points: 1,997 (from 1076 games), Seasons: 28, Goal difference: +783


    The five-time Premier League champions have been a constant threat at the top of the table For three of the first four Premier League seasons, Chelsea finished 11th. Yet Chelsea are the team of the second half of the Premier League era. Over the past 14 seasons, theyve won five Premier League titles the same number as Manchester United.
    2. Arsenal | Points: 2,011 (from 1076 games), Seasons: 28, Goal difference: +840


    Arsenal won three Premier League titles in a seven-year span Not the force they once were but still a very capable team on their day, Arsenal won three Premier League titles under Arsene Wenger. The downside to that, of course, is no league titles in the last 16 years and slippage out of the top four for the last four seasons after a strong 20-year run.
    1. Manchester United | Points: 2,234 (from 1076 games), Seasons: 28, Goal difference: +1090


    won half of all Premier League titles (13) sit atop this table with a 217-point lead At the very top of the Premier League table, its 13-time winners Manchester United. This is despite the fact the Red Devils havent won the league since the legendary Sir Alex Ferguson left Old Trafford in 2013.

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    Another football league likely to go off air in India.
    Star India not to renew Bundesliga rights for the next five year period starting this season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BangaloreaN View Post
    Another football league likely to go off air in India.
    Star India not to renew Bundesliga rights for the next five year period starting this season.
    Sony will try to buy it. Btw aaru kaanan aanu aa onja league.😬

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    Quote Originally Posted by sankar1992 View Post
    Sony will try to buy it. Btw aaru kaanan aanu aa onja league.😬

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    Serie A and Bundesliga together at the same time is not a good business idea. No viewers for matches other than Juventus and Bayern Munich.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BangaloreaN View Post
    Serie A and Bundesliga together at the same time is not a good business idea. No viewers for matches other than Juventus and Bayern Munich.
    Messi koodi poyal laligayude avasthayum ithu thanne aavum

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    Quote Originally Posted by K S Hrithwik View Post
    Messi koodi poyal laligayude avasthayum ithu thanne aavum

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    Even now, no telecast of La Liga in India.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BangaloreaN View Post
    Even now, no telecast of La Liga in India.
    Facebook entho ind ennu thonnunnu

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    Quote Originally Posted by K S Hrithwik View Post
    Facebook entho ind ennu thonnunnu

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    Facebook undu, I mean satellite transmission through television channels is not there.

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    Cristiano Ronaldo reaches 101: The 25 highest international goalscorers of all time

    Cristiano Ronaldo added another extraordinary achievement to his resume by scoring his 100th goal for Portugal on Tuesday.
    The five-time Ballon dOr winner brought up his century with a majestic free-kick in Portugals 2-0 win over Sweden in the Nations League.
    He then added a second goal to move even closer to the record for the highest international goalscorer of all-time.
    Ronaldo cemented his legacy many years ago but its still extraordinary to watch him reach new heights.Hes scored 48 goals in 47 international games since turning 30. Just think about that for a second.


    Ronaldo has extended his lead over Argentina's Lionel Messi to 31 international strikes and only Ali Daei of Iran has scored more international goals than the Juventus star.
    Weve taken a look at the top 25 highest international goalscorers in history.
    T23. - Ronaldo (Brazil), Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden), Ahmed Radhi (Iraq): 62 goals
    The trio all scored 62 international goals, although 2002 World Cup winner Ronaldo has the best goals per game ratio (0.63).

    22. Didier Drogba (Ivory Coast): 65 goals
    Drogba is the Ivory Coasts all-time top goalscorer with 65 strikes.

    T19. Gerd Muller (West Germany), Carlos Ruiz (Guatemala), Robbie Keane (Republic of Ireland): 68 goals
    Mullers return of 68 goals in 62 games is brilliant. He helped his country win the World Cup in 1974.

    T15. Lionel Messi (Argentina), Piyapong Pue-on (Thailand), Stern John (Trinidad and Tobago), Hossam Hassan (Egypt): 70 goals
    Messi is behind Ronaldo and he has some serious catching up to do.

    T11. Miroslav Klose (Germany), Kinnah Phiri (Malawi), Majed Abdullah (Saudi Arabia), Kiatisuk Senamuang (Thailand): 71 goals
    The all-time record goalscorer in World Cup history, Klose enjoyed an incredible international career that he capped by winning the tournament in 2014.

    10. Sunil Chhetri (India): 72 goals
    Chhetri, 36, is the second-highest active international goalscorer.
    T7. Sandor Kocsis (Hungary), Kunishige Kamamoto (Japan), Bashar Abdullah (Kuwait): 75 goals
    Kocsis finished his international career with an impressive 75 goals in 68 games.
    6. Pele (Brazil): 77 goals
    Brazils all-time leading goalscorer and the youngster goalscorer in a World Cup final, Peles international resume speaks for itself.

    5. Hussein Saeed (Iraq): 78 goals
    Saeed helped Iraq win the Arabian Gulf Cup in 1979 and 1984 and led them to a gold medal at the 1982 Asian Games.
    4. Godfrey Chitalu (Zambia): 79 goals
    Chitalu finished runner-up with Zambia at the 1974 African Cup of Nations and was named Zambian Footballer of the Year five times.
    3. Ferenc Puskas (Hungary): 84 goals
    Former Real Madrid star Puskas was a prolific forward who managed 84 goals in 85 games for Hungary.
    He was named the best player at the 1954 World Cup after leading Hungary to the final.
    2. Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal): 101 goals
    Ronaldo reached triple figures with his brace against Sweden and hes now just eight goals shy of tying the record.

    1. Ali Daei (Iran): 109 goals
    Daei leads the way on 109 goals, which came during an international career that stretched from 1993 to 2006.
    But watch out Ali, Ronaldos coming.


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