Discover Which Premier League Clubs Have Played The Most English Footballers This Season [INFOGRAPHIC]

england1 Discover Which Premier League Clubs Have Played The Most English Footballers This Season [INFOGRAPHIC]

A revealing infographic has been published today that shows, out of the footballers who have played so far this season in the Premier League, what percentage of them are English.

Surprisingly, the team that’s playing the most number of English footballers — roughly 44% — is a Welsh Premier League club.

See where your favorite Premier League club ranks in the “League of Englishness”:

english players at premier league clubs Discover Which Premier League Clubs Have Played The Most English Footballers This Season [INFOGRAPHIC]

Any surprises in the above infographic? Share them in the comments section below.

H/T MEN

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3 Responses to Discover Which Premier League Clubs Have Played The Most English Footballers This Season [INFOGRAPHIC]

  1. Bishopville Red says:

    Any surprises? Yeah; the team that plays the most Englishmen isn’t English. In essence, they’re likely the most egregious offenders of the domestic metric.

    SB

  2. Bingo says:

    Have u head about globalisation? Ya that’s it

  3. Jason says:

    I’d be curious to see this with minutes played. It would be curious just has an English player coming on versus playing regularly.

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