If I am not wrong, Everton F. C. are the only ones to have never been relegated. Tottenham Hotspurs were never relegated from the Premiership League they never been in the bottom Three and top Four ARSENAL ALSO HAVE NEVER BEEN RELEGATED FROM ENGLANDS TOP FLIGHT. You're wrong about all of those 3. Everton and Arsenal have both, indeed, been relegated from England's to flight (Arsenal (as Woolwich Arsenal) in 1913, Everton in 1930 and again in 1951. It would be ridiculous to claim that Woolwich Arsenal and Arsenal weren't the same club. Tottenham fniished in the top 4 of the Premiership, er, last year.
There are only two ways in which teams can gain points in the English Premiership League.- One way is by Winning a match, every win gives a team Three Points. Therefore Five Wins from a club would result in Fifteen Points.- The other way is by Drawing a match, every draw gives a team One Point, Therefore Five Draws would result in Five Points.- Every loss, results in no points being won.
In England a premiership player would on average (in 2006) get £676,000 per year (plus bonuses e.g appearance, goals etc.)
If they can not be separated by goal difference, they would go by head to head record.
Roughly the amount of injury time played would be two minutes.
That team would be Arsenal.
x-5. x= Average. So, if the average is 80, you would subract 5, and the answer would be 75. :)
i would say 20-30 points are expected
Look at all of the different substances melting points and find the average
you would get about 4.9 million
In 2006 the average salary was £49,600 according to a survey by the Independent:http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/news-and-comment/163676000-the-average-salary-of-a-premiership-footballer-in-2006-473659.html
The average would be a score of 100. There is a standard spread of about 10 points either way.