The Long Migration Of English Football | FiveThirtyEight

The Long Migration Of English Football | FiveThirtyEight.

Pretty interesting piece here. I can’t say I have any decent knowledge of English geography, besides London of course, and knowing Manchester and Liverpool were in the North. I would’ve been able to tell you little else.

Guess who’s leading the charge in terms of Southern success by the way? Arsenal. Chelsea still have a lot of catching up to do and Tottenham, well.

I don’t think the Northern dominance will ever really go away considering the four teams (Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool and Everton) in that area. All the history and statistics presented are interesting though. You learn something new every day.

Overall this means little to me as I’m not from the country but it was a nice read.

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