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A football fan surprisingly named Newcastle and Aston Villa as 'elite' clubs in his rankings of all 92 English teams.
YouTuber Harvey SW19 has used TierMaker to controversially rank clubs from 'elite' status to 'tinpot.'
And Harvey SW19's picks will no doubt cause controversy with football fans over where he has placed their teams in the tiers.
Newcastle and Aston Villa featured in the elite tier alongside fellow Premier League clubs Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal.
The only non-Premier League club in the top tier is Championship side Nottingham Forest, who were crowned English champs in the 1977-78 season.
Right below the elite tier is 'massive' and it features clubs like Sunderland, Leeds, Manchester City and Everton.
Bolton, Wolves, Derby County and Stoke City are amongst the clubs that landed in the 'big' tier.
Moving further down the TierMaker and clubs like Watford, Swansea City, Reading and Hull City were all branded as 'average.'
Salford City was named alongside eight other clubs as 'tiny,' while League One side MK Dons is the only English team labelled as 'tinpot.'
Fans, unsurprisingly, are divided on the tier rankings and have staunchly defended different clubs.
"Charlton have won 4 titles, 1 fa cups and have been in the prem for 8 seasons. Millwall have won 2 titles, 0 fa cups and have never been in the prem, but theyre a bigger club apparently [sic]," one fan said.
While another supporter posted: "Luton Town are definitely not tiny Certainly bigger than most clubs in League One and Two Multiple spells in the top flight and former league cup winners [sic]."
A third fan wrote: "Yes mate Grimsby in quite small, we are bigger than Lincoln tho and we have a better fan base."
And a fourth supporter added: "I'm happy with that better than Vizeh he put Rotherham in Tinpot [sic]."