Friday, February 10, 2006

The All Time League Table

Bit of a slow news day today, so I thought I would share something that I found interesting whilst I was aimlessly wandering the internet last night.

Above is a section of the All Time Premier League Table. It's not 100% correct because it was last updated towards the back end of 2005, but it is, nonetheless, a decent reflection of how successful Charlton have been in the Premiership compared to other clubs since the competitions inception in 1992.

The first column is the number of seasons played in the Premiership, then from left to right it reads like a normal league table. P, W, D, L, F, A, GD, Pts

Manchester United are top of the table, Arsenal second, Liverpool third, and Chelsea in fourth. Crystal Palace find themselves down in 28th place. Millwall are conspicuous only by their absence.
The full table can be viewed on this page, it was too big to upload the whole thing onto blogger.

For those of you that would be interested in a more comprehensive all time table, have a look at this section below.

This one is nothing to do with the Premier League, it takes into account total seasons played in the Football League since 1888, and all of the points gained, and goals scored since.
Again, I can't guarantee total accuracy because the table hasn't been updated since last year according to the site I took it from.

Columns are - Total Seasons, P, W, D, L, F, A, GD, Pts.

The full table can be found here.

Palace come 59th in the all time table, Millwall find themselves with nosebleeds at the heady heights of 41st, while we bring up the rear of the South London trio in 69th place.

Interesting stuff I thought.


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