A social media post has controversially ranked the limbs of English clubs from 'elite' to 'tinpot'.
@FootyLimbs has ranked the limbs of every club in England, with just THREE teams making the top tier of 'elite'.
'Solid limbs' includes Villa's cross-town rivals Birmingham City and Newcastle United.
A mix of Premier League, Championship and League One teams make the 'Very decent majority of the time' - from Manchester City and Liverpool to Nottingham Forest and Bolton Wanderers.
Not to mention Chelsea, Manchester United and Sheffield Wednesday.
'Sometime maybe good, sometimes maybe sh*t' sees the likes of Leicester City, Bristol City and Millwall enter the ranking.
Cardiff City and Swansea City are also located there, along with Portsmouth and Southampton.
'Dead limbs' features a host of teams, including the likes of Brentford, Bournemouth, Hull City and Plymouth Argyle.
Luton Town, Swindon Town and Salford City, among others, make up the 'tinpot' category.
Check out the full ranking below:
92 English Clubs’ Limbs ranked.— Footy Limbs (@FootyLimbs) April 7, 2022
This won’t go down well: pic.twitter.com/bURHITfJPp
Elite: Leeds, Aston Villa, West Ham
Solid limbs: Birmingham, Newcastle
Very decent majority of the time: Derby County, Wolves, Bolton , West Bromwich Albion, Tottenham, Sheffield Wednesday, Sheffield United, Forest, Middlesbrough, Crystal Palace, Man City, Liverpool, Man United, Everton, Arsenal, Chelsea
Sometimes maybe good, sometimes maybe sh*t: Leicester, Brighton & Hove Albion, Bristol Rovers, Sunderland, Watford, Blackburn Rovers, Bristol City, Wigan Athletic, Tranmere Rovers, Southampton, Coventry City, Cardiff, Swansea, Rotherham United, Stoke City, Preston North End, Portsmouth, Ipswich Town, Millwall, Fulham, Charlton Athletic, Burnley
Dead limbs: Mansfield Town, Brentford, Southend United, Shrewsbury Town, Scunthorpe United, Rochdale, Crawley Town, Barnsley, Bournemouth, Queens Park Rangers, Colchester United, Crewe Alexandra, Morecambe, Doncaster Rovers, Newport County, Northampton Town, Plymouth, Macclesfield Town, Carlisle United, Huddersfield Town, Cambridge United, Hull, Cheltenham Town, Port Vale, Oxford United, Reading, Bradford City, Oldham Athletic, Notts County, Norwich City, Fleetwood Town, Burton Albion, Blackpool, Lincoln City, Exeter City, Grimsby Town, Leyton Orient, Barrow, Gillingham
Tinpot: Accrington Stanley, Wycombe Wanderers, Luton, Salford, Peterborough United, Harrogate Town, Swindon, Walsall, MK Dons, Forest Green Rovers
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