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What Premier League Club Are You?
Even if you've never heard of soccer before, you know Manchester United. As one of the oldest and most popular clubs across the globe, Manchester United comes from a place of tradition and legacy, something you yourself value and like to be a part of.
You're a Gooner! As a fan of one of the oldest clubs in the Premier League, you join a history of consistent top 4 performances. But consistency can also be a vice; for a while now, due to injuries (which seem to plague the North London club) and dips in player form, Arsenal hasn't been able to really progress much to challenge other teams at the top of the league.
Some might call you a bandwagon or fairweather fan, but you just like dominance, and there's no other club in England as dominant as Chelsea at the moment. With one of the best (if not outright the best) starting 11s in the league, with squad depth to match, the goal of every other team is to beat Chelsea. And you like that, sat atop your privileged palace that is first place.
You might get a lot of crap for liking Manchester City, what given all of the money that was pumped into the team, but you don't mind. You're attracted to beginnings, revivals, and second chances — no matter the context. And there's not a whole of teams that can boast beginnings like Manchester City, being a competitive power house rivaling the likes of dominant Chelsea in recent seasons.
You should (or already do) support Liverpool, like your parents and grandparents before you. Liverpool support runs deep — through generations — but with each succeeding one, that love and adoration is put to the test. See, while your grandparents knew a dominant force in the Premier League, you only know the slightly more disappointing version, the one that seems to slip ever so slowly further and further away from its former glory.
Oh when the Saints! You're all about the plucky underdog who gets so close with talented, grassroots players. Known for their impressive youth academy and spotting young talent, Southampton can hang with the big boys of the league, but always ends up losing the fight for top 4.
Lads, it's Tottenham — the other North London club who has proven they can hang with the top clubs in the Premier League, but always seem to slip up somewhere in the season. You may be a perpetual underdog, but that doesn't affect your loyalty, dedication, and — most importantly — your belief in your beloved club.
Oh Everton, you just can't ever get it to work, can you? Despite having a tactically proficient manager in Roberto Martinez and a talented squad, Everton always seem to lose its focus. But you — as a devout fan — never do. After all, it's called "The People's Club" for a reason, because of your unshakable support in Everton.
You're attracted to tragic stories of demise and falls from grace — infatuated by hardship and heartbreak. Newcastle United has gone through quite a number of relegations in its Premier League history. Just last season, they were nearly relegated from the league. But you're into that; you like a sad story because you always see the opportunity for a comeback.
You're a Villan! Under the new management of the lovable Tim Sherwood, Aston Villa's potential is increasing. Though you've definitely had your struggles, you're never to be counted out entirely.
West Ham United, the team everyone can't seem to hate. You're a lovable squad of players who play some pretty exciting games, even if it's not quite at the top of the table.
You could do it on cold, rainy night in Stoke. Because you play there, duh. Known for being a defensively difficult team to play against (which has helped Stoke City quietly move up the Premier League pecking order), you love the infamy your club has garnered.
Though Crystal Palace hasn't had the best track record in the Premier League, success might be on the horizon under new manager, Alan Pardew. As such, you're a fan of that kind of intriguing potential.
Boing, Boing, you lovely West Bromwich Albion fans! With some of the truly best and most supportive fans in the league, West Bromwich Albion — despite their less than stellar track record — is the club for you, with your unshakable optimism and enthusiasm.
Swansea City seems to be one of the few lower clubs who isn't afraid of the top dogs, playing a type of soccer that often gives them trouble.
No stranger to close relegation calls, Sunderland has a whole lot of heart, and it's hard to not respect that kind of grit and determination.
Returning to the Premier League for the 15/16 season, Norwich looking to stay, having missed Premier League football last season. Known for being a huge underdog, fans of Norwich can still remember (and hold onto) beating now-European-giants, Bayern Munich.
It was hard not to root for Bournemouth as they earned their berth from the Championship into the Premier League. As new-blood, you have a fervent enthusiasm to make your mark.
Coming in behind Bournemouth from the Championship, you too are looking to make an impact in the Premier League after having been out of the top division for eight years.
In your return to the Premier League in the 14/15 season, Leicester City didn't quite get the result they wanted, but with previous dominant performances in the Championship, you — as a fan of the Foxes — believe in Leicester's ability to translate that success into the top division of English football.
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