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Alternative Premier League Table

October 4, 2010

18 – Chelsea (7)
17
16
15
14 – Man City (7)
13 – Man Utd (7)
12
11 – Arsenal (7), Tottenham (7), West Brom (7)
10 – Stoke (7), Aston Villa (7), Blackpool (7)
9 – Fulham (7)
8 – Sunderland (7), Bolton (7), Blackburn (7), Wigan (7)
7 – Newcastle (7), Birmingham (7)
6 – Everton (7), Liverpool (7)
5 – Wolves (7), West Ham (7)

From January 1998 up until her tragic death before the end of the 2002/2003 season, Jenny Cann published the ‘Visual League Table’ or what later became The Cann Table.

Rather than simply producing a list of names and numbers, the table aims to give you some idea of the actual points gap between the teams in the table. The number in the brackets after each team name is the number of games played.

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9 Comments leave one →
  1. October 4, 2010 9:22 pm

    Great idea, haven’t heard of this before. It certainly gives you a great idea of how far ahead Chelsea are already…

    • Ryan Keaney permalink*
      October 5, 2010 11:03 am

      Thanks Ian, though I can’t take any credit for it. Something I stumbled upon online and thought it would be nice to try and keep it updated.

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