Chelsea Are The Most Hated Club In The Premier League, According To Survey
It might come as a surprise to many but Chelsea have been voted the most hated club in the Premier League.
Manchester United and Liverpool are close behind Maurizio Sarri's side, while West Ham and Arsenal make up the top five.
In a survey by The Mirror, they asked fans which clubs they love and hate in the current standings and it was a close affair, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side receiving 68.1% of the vote while Chelsea edged in front with 68.7%.
Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool weren't exactly far off in third place with 52.8%.
West Ham came in fourth with (47.6%) while Arsenal and Tottenham followed with (46.2%) and (43.5%) of the vote.
Here are the full set of results:
- Chelsea - 68.7%
- Man Utd - 68.1%
- Liverpool - 52.8%
- West Ham - 47.6%
- Arsenal - 46.2%
- Tottenham - 43.5%
- Man City - 38.7%
- Cardiff - 36.5%
- Crystal Palace - 29.7%
- Everton - 27.0%
- Watford - 24.0%
- Newcastle - 23.5%
- Wolves - 20.1%
- Leicester - 18.9%
- Southampton - 16.3%
- Brighton - 16.2%
- Fulham - 15.0%
- Burnley - 13.3%
- Bournemouth - 10.2%
- Huddersfield - 9.7%
Bournemouth, Huddersfield and Burnley will be relieved to find they are in the relegation zone on this occasion, while Newcastle, Watford and Everton predictably lie in mid-table, despite the Merseyside Derby links.
The report also revealed the clubs people love.
In another surprising set of results, an average of 35.8% of fans said they loved Burnley.
Sean Dyche's side were followed by Bournemouth (32.9%), Huddersfield (30.2%), Manchester City (28.3%), Newcastle (27.1%) and Fulham (also 27.1%).
Who's your most hated and loved team in the Premier League?
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