Twitter’s own Premier League table, with teams ranked by their number of mentions…
That’s right, Louis van Gaal has topped the Premier League table for the first time as Manchester United boss… on Twitter. Telegraph statistics have revealed that United are the most mentioned team from England’s top flight on the social media site, edging out Arsenal for top spot.
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Below is the full Premier League table according to Twitter – with those at the bottom of the table and in the relegation zone being mentioned the least in the 2014 calender year, and vice-versa. Flick through the pages below to see the full results:
20) Burnley – Sean Dyche’s side came through somewhat under the radar as they earned promotion to the Premier League.
19) Hull City – Even a run to the FA Cup final wasn’t enough to keep the Tigers out of the relegation zone.
18) Swansea City – Swansea have continued to impress this year under Gary Monk, but not many people are talking about it.
17) Stoke City – Mark Hughes has solidified Stoke as a solid mid-table team, and clearly less people are annoyed about their tough tackling style.