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Villa 2nd In All Time Games Played

Villa 2nd In All Time Games Played

John Lerwill sent in this table of 20 teams who had played the most top-flight football in league matches in England, taken from the Independent.













PositionClubGames
1Everton4058
2Aston Villa3724
=3Liverpool3673
=3Arsenal3673
5Manchester United3316
6Manchester City3159
7Newcastle3080
8Sunderland2960
9Chelsea2936
10Tottenham Hotspur2933


West Brom in 11th Bolton 12th and Blackburn in 14th; Wolves 18th.



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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Wednesday April 18 2007
Time: 9:00AM

Comments

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Now JP - just cos you've learnt something new doesn't mean you have to include it in every article!!!....And BTW - Yyyyeeeessses!! Lets just hope Everton get relegated for 9 seasons so we can get top!!
CLVilla
17/04/2007 22:29:00
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LOL. Just got to learn how to stop the big gap from the text to the table and there will be one in every article!!!!!!!!!!! :o)
The Fear
18/04/2007 09:02:00
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and blues nowhere to be seen???
Its All Over FC
18/04/2007 09:52:00
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Bluenoses interpretation of top flight = flybe
bazzah
18/04/2007 10:51:00
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B lose? Top flight? R u having a laugh? Stan Drews his team always lose.
Adam Deuce
18/04/2007 14:47:00
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Interesting top ten. Surprised Liverpool so high. Always remember them as more of an old second division side pre -Shanks. Everton ruled merseyside and were known as the mersey millionaires. Shows just how wrong you can be.
glensider
19/04/2007 03:41:00
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Don't forget that Liverpool (and Sunderland) were fairly early into the League. Villa and Everton are the only clubs of the original 12 in the top-10. And, yes, Blues are not in the top-20.
the_lergy
20/04/2007 08:26:00
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