If you're talking about most consecutive wins in the top flight at the start of the season, then the answer is Spurs (11 at the start of their double-winning year, 1960-61). But the way your question is worded, it's possible (though admittedly unlikely!) that you want to know the most consecutive league wins at the start of the season in ANY division by a club that is CURRENTLY in the top flight (eg if Man U won 20 games in a row at the start of the season when they were in Div 2 in the 70s, then that would be the answer. They didn't, by the way, but you know what I mean!)
None because the credit crunch no one can affored one
It is Arsenalfc with 49 clean sheets including the current season (2012-13).
Arsenal holds the record.
Manchester United most FA Cup wins 11 most Charity Shields 17 longest undefeated streak in Champions League (ongoing) most consecutive clean sheets 13 (ongoing) record for consecutive home clean sheets 12 most Premiership titles 1st English team to win European Cup 1st English team to win Champions league World Club Championship - only English side to win it and soon .. if things go to plan ;) most English titles (shared w the dippers) yeah, we are knocking on the door of their 18 titles total Chelsea do hold the record for least goals conceeded in a season (15)but that is bettered by Liverpool with 16 in a 42-game season 30 years ago
You need LOTS of money, a clean credit history, clean criminal record and a team of guarantors... and that's just for starters.
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Kory Sheets plays for the Oakland Raiders.
The Dallas Cowboys hold the record for most postseason appearences with 28. They also hold the record for most postseason games played with 54.
Notts County are the team that throughout there history have taken the record of most relegated and promoted team in the world