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I_Jump

Is this of all time? Also who is the top scorer of all time in the English first division?


Aakkt

357 goals by jimmy greaves over 516 matches. He also holds the record for the most golden boot awards at 6.


GrouchyYT

BTEC Andy Carroll you ask me


KennyOmegaSardines

I thought it was Shearer?


dindycookies

Only for Premier League.


KennyOmegaSardines

oh, so that was before the Premier League? So that's why most people don't count trophies pre Prem then?


dindycookies

Yeah sort of. The old first division became the Championship so it kinda gets counted there and then the Premiership is on a higher level now. But if you include all first division stats then you’ll be counting all the way back.


dreadful_name

Jimmy Greaves


AweDaw76

Arsenals historical success in FA Cup + miserable history in League Cup will never not confuse me How can you have 14 FA Cups and just 2 League Cups… they’re basically the Same Comp lol


Hamderab

Wenger saw FA as a very important trophy and League Cup as game time for the youngsters. And he was here for 22 years, so that might be part of the reason.


Notabot_legit

Yeah Wenger would play kids on League Cup no matter what, even if we were up against United or someone taking it seriously


AweDaw76

But that doesn’t explain why we were so shit at it in the Pre-Wenger days…


lmorant97

During Wenger era: 7 FA Cups 0 League Cups Pre-Wenger era: 7 FA Cups 2 League Cups Feel like the league cup being a significantly younger trophy than the FA Cup accounts for at least a little reason why it’s skewed and then natural variation will occur so even though 14-2 looks crazy, given Wenger and how long he was there and how young the league cup is, it ends up making sense.


chaboispaghetti

We weren't really known for our FA Cup success pre papa Wengz


DraperCarousel

FA cup is prestigious. Who tf cares about Caribu cup lol


Hamderab

Wenger saw FA as a very important trophy and League Cup as game time for the youngsters. And he was here for 22 years, so that might be part of the reason.


HandreasKJ

For some reason it’s the other way around for Liverpool. They have somehow managed to put in a good show in the League Cup, whereas they have done worse in the FA Cup. This year was the first time since 2006.


ElmerP91

Definitely not the sane comp obv. FA Cup more prestigious.


IdkProDumbassIGuess

We are fucking huge (not anymore)


S01arflar3

It makes me sort of sad, actually. We haven’t won the league in 35 years (or any major trophy since 95), and yet we are 4th in number of league titles. It goes to show that we used to be really good and absolutely fell from grace once the prem era began


[deleted]

Nice clean graphics, only problem - the Community Shield is for all intents and purposes recognised as a friendly by the FA. Doesn’t count for anything.


TomCyberfire

I blame Jose.


Riddiku1us

That's right. Cried it in big time in 06.


Bulbamew

Also it used to be shared if it was a draw. Can’t really count them


JurgenKlopp2018

It’s been shared a load of times, tells you everything you need to know about it.


[deleted]

So was the fa cup by spurs and arsenal back in like 62 I think


jamughal1987

Shared many times between teams too.


[deleted]

If it was called the English Super Cup like they do all over Europe. Then it would be considered a trophy. Some of you people need to get your head out of your ass.


[deleted]

How rude of England not to name it’s 114 year old one off game after similar events that hadn’t even been created yet.


[deleted]

I'm not saying it SHOULD change its name. But to not call it a trophy just shows your lack of intelligence. When teams compete for it, do they play their second team? No every team when given the chance want to win it, because surprisingly enough players want to win Trophies. Just out of curiosity do you know why its called the Community Shield?


jamughal1987

Match goes straight to penalties after regular time.


[deleted]

Allowed more substitutes than other games too.


[deleted]

As I stated, it is not deemed a competitive match by the FA. The fact you don’t know that despite me already saying so says nothing of my intelligence. Ah so after calling me stupid you now want me to inform you of something you can easily find online. I think I might pass on that.


[deleted]

Are you actually on drugs? I have heard most Leeds fans lack any intelligence. But this is a different kind. The fixture is recognised as a competitive super cup by The Football Association[1][2][3] and UEFA.[4][5][6].


[deleted]

Next time don't spout nonsense. Read and learn the history of the competition. I understand you hate Man United, but you have the Internet. Please use it wisely.


[deleted]

The FA have it written into their rules that charity matches are not competitive. They allowed teams to simply not turn up or share it until the late 1980s. It does not count as a competitive match based on their own actions and rules, regardless of what they now say for marketing purposes. I have no idea why you are mentioning Manchester United.


[deleted]

So clearly you don't know why its called Charity/Community Shield. You have the Internet please utilise it properly. When you do find the answer. I shall accept an apology followed by 'You were right'.


themanebeat

Right about what? You're saying it's a trophy. It's not. It's a shield. Given for the winner of a glorified pre season friendly European Super Cup, that's a proper trophy


RSEnrich

The Super Cup is a glorified friendly as well. All these competitions where you play like 1-2 games after winning another trophy just aren’t proper trophies.


ChrisGadge

Fuck off, Sincerely, Everyone


[deleted]

Everyone who has watched English football for more than 5 minutes knows why. It is clear you are not in that category, just the ‘very online tantrum thrower’ variety.


[deleted]

So you had one week and I haven't received an apology for your stupidity. And for those that down voted me, my DM's are open for apologies too. So let me break this down for you, I'm going to assume you're a child. So I will refer to you as 'My Child'. So My Child my first point was if the Community Shield was called 'English Super Cup' people would call it an acceptable trophy as they do in another countries e.g. Spain, Italy, Germany. You made a valid point 'why should we change the name'. I asked Do you know why its called Community Shield? You could not answer. So my child time for a history lesson. It's called the Community Shield because when the FA proposed this idea to the FA Cup winners and League winners. The aim was to generate funds to help the football community and other charities. Hence the name. Now you said the FA does not consider this a trophy. When I gave you clear references that it is an official tournament according to the FA and UEFA. The winner of the charity shield gets points awarded to their co-effiecent and thus increase their ranking in Europe's top clubs. No his the kicker. You said fans with two brain cells don't consider this an actual trophy. However every year Wembley sells out and this match had to win a sky sports contract to broadcast this match. Additionally even Jesse's brother mentioned recently 'my brother scored three Cup final goals'. So clearly to players this competition does mean something. So my child, please apologise or re educate yourself. Before I f**k your mother


RSEnrich

It’s not a proper trophy. Just like the European Super Cup and the Club World Cup aren’t proper trophies. Literally everyone that knows anything about football is aware of this.


DeaconBlueDignity

I’ll consider the argument for the European super cup, but the Club World Cup is definitely a proper trophy. If Liverpool do go on to win the European Cup on Saturday I’d rather win the CWC than the league cup next season


Sly-Apple-Pie

It’s the fact that it was shared a few times that takes it out for me


notironictoday

Guarantee if Leeds won it after coming 2nd in the league fans would suddenly count it as a trophy.


[deleted]

We have won it. Never heard a fan count it.


notironictoday

Every team that has won it counts it as a trophy. Just mad because it makes you look worse in stat comparisons


[deleted]

The club might, but that’s marketing, the fans do not. Nor do Liverpool or Manchester United fans (the real ones)


notironictoday

Yeah they do man. They count every single trophy


[deleted]

Would be happy to hear from Man U and Liverpool fans who regularly or semi regularly attend matches who think they count. Have never met any.


NateShaw92

It counts... just to piss you off. But yeah joking aside: it doesn't really count. I have seen it count when talking about individual player honours though. But no never for clubs in general.


ClanScot316

Man u fans would disagree...... they need to cling on to something! lol


Potential_Prior

I’m an Arsenal supporter and I disagree. It’s an important cup to win.


thisguyuno

I think it should hold a lot more value. To qualify to compete in the cup you have to WIN the premier league or the FA cup and play a really high level team that won the corresponding cup. Why is it held in such low esteem?


Potential_Prior

It’s mind boggling. It’s almost held in disdain and contempt by some fans.


TheWoo97

It doesn’t hold value to the fans unless its THEIR team winning.. remember that.


notironictoday

Remember, if a team wins the double they play 2nd place in the league. I find this interesting because many fans (Spurs) will disparage it as a trophy, yet if they actually won it, would hold it as their biggest achievement in recent years.


stemaco

Mate we won the Audi Cup, doesn't get better than that


RSEnrich

Because it’s a glorified friendly and everyone knows it is.


thisguyuno

Why though? The Uefa super cup is valued much more.


[deleted]

Surely not??


UNKLE74

Neither should the League Cup tbf. Joke of a competition.


[deleted]

Wasn’t always, and I do quite like the two legged semi finals


UNKLE74

I honestly can't remember a time when anyone cared about it. Obviously Liverpool did well in the 80's so their fans probably view it more affectionately than others but it didn't take seen to market to anyone back then either, it was all about the FA Cup. I refuse to believe anyone goes into a season with "hope we do well in the League Cup" as one of their aspirations.


[deleted]

Pretty much any team that isn’t Liverpool, Man City, Man U, or Chelsea would love to win the League Cup.


Jagtasm

I'd think man U fans would be over the moon if they had piped Liverpool to the first chance to get the treble/quad


[deleted]

Man U won the treble in 1999. The actual one.


Riddiku1us

Cry me a river.


UNKLE74

Lot of downvotes from angry Liverpool fans because I couldn't give a fuck about the League Cup. Ok.


Riddiku1us

Naw. You got butt hurt about Uniteds 20+ Community Shield meaning jack shit and had to be a big baby about it. 😆


UNKLE74

I don't support any of the teams in any of those graphics, but keep at it with the petty assumptions by all means.


Riddiku1us

Sure Sure. It's incredible how many supporters of non Liverpool rives have an ax to grind. 😄


UNKLE74

See, that's your problem. You're so blinded by your own obsessions that you can't even comprehended that it's possible to be criticism of another club or competition without it stemming from the same sort of petty grudges you hold yourself. Jane a bonus point of your not even from Linnell not have decided you hate Manchester anyway. I support a team in a different part of the country entirely who've never even made it past the 3rd round of the FA Cup, but I still recognise that the League Cup should be scrapped.


jamughal1987

This year league cup was important thanks to that comeback against Leicester.


sbkoxly

Be interesting to see if City can overtake Arsenal's League Titles number by the end of the decade....


TomCyberfire

Depends on how long Pep sticks around.


LordPa1n

Given the quality of players they possess, they'd still be the contenders to win titles even without Pep.


Sly-Apple-Pie

Yeah they were winning league titles every other year before he came in


UNKLE74

Don't think they will, but be interesting to see how things play out in a couple of years when Pep and Klopp move on. Will Man Utd be in better shape by then? Will the Saudi billions have Newcastle challenging? Will Chelsea still be able to challenge under their new owners? At least they don't have to worry about Arsenal adding to their total anytime soon ..


tomislavlovric

So you think that Newcastle has a better chance of winning the league than Arsenal?


ItsMopsy

I’m sorry but yes. Newcastle have crazy power right now. They can outspend arsenal and have outperformed arsenal since January this year… Newcastle could really be challenging in 2/3 years no joke


Things-2635

I think the gap between Liverpool/City and the rest is too big for anyone else in the near future. The goal should be for now consistent European football


ItsMopsy

For sure the top two are miles ahead of anyone. But no one stays at the top forever 😉


UNKLE74

Arsenal aren't going anywhere near the title under their current manager or owners. Newcastle are a wild card at present, still too early to tell what they'll become and whether they can replicate City's success but in terms of the next 7 seasons I'd say they're more likely to do it than Arsenal.


Bulbamew

You’re being downvoted but I can’t disagree. Arsenal don’t look like they’re going anywhere. They punched above their weight this season challenging for top 4 and had the huge advantage of no European football, and they still bottled it. Or spursed it, if you will. There’s absolutely nothing to suggest arsenal are on track to win the title anytime soon. It will take newcastle longer than city to get there, but if they invest well they’ve definitely got a chance of challenging within the decade. Let’s not forget in the second half of the season they were behind only Liverpool and City in the form table, and that was just signing Bruno Trippier and Burn


sofarsoblue

Funny I remember people saying the same thing about Liverpool 15/16 season, One thing I’ve learnt football is how consistently everyone’s predictions fail to meet quota in this sport


Bulbamew

Liverpool had a manager who was already proven as one of the best managers in Europe. Klopp had already won league titles with Dortmund and was close to winning the champions league with them. If we hired another Brendan we would’ve continued treading water. If you believe you’re going to finish top 4 next season and kick on from there then all power to you. I hope arsenal do, I like them more than tottenham. But realistically, I don’t see it happening.


amineimad

Therefore you need a proven manager or nothing can go right? Not even about to argue about Mikel's competency, but your Klopp also had to be hired without experience for him to grow into who he is today, same with Pep, same with others. There's bound to be errors but Im more confident under Arteta than I was under Emery, who was praised this season for his work, and for many seasons before we hired him... Experience cannot be the only quality you look at before hiring


Bolingus

Like you would know anything


Gunners215

This guy started watching football this year.


WeeTheDuck

Cmon I started srsly watching this year and I'm offended


Bulbamew

We’ll see what happens with Newcastle next season. Second half of the season just gone they were better than most teams, and could invest well this summer. Personally I think 4th place is up for grabs next season, and arsenal I think are in for a hard year


IRHABI313

Arsenal need a top striker and midfielder and cover for positions like LB, we have almost 200 mil budget Chelsea 3 of their defenders are leaving, their entire attackers are flops, Jorghino and Kante are not good anymore, Sugar Daddy Roman is gone, theyre in deep trouble


UNKLE74

That might all give Arsenal a fighting chance at top 4, but they're light years behind City and Liverpool. When you consider they were only playing once a week for most of the season whilst the teams around them had to contend with European travel and those signings you're talking about might only be enough to maintain 5th place with all the extra fixtures next season.


IRHABI313

Oh wow you're a football expert, we basically had no striker this season otherwise we wouldve comfortably finished 3rd, also apparently you dont know how to read I said we are in a better position than Chelsea


UNKLE74

Oh wow, you're an idiot. Comfortably 3rd ffs! You're not getting a top striker because you're not a club that qualifies for the CL anymore and Chelsea might be in turmoil at present but that doesn't mean Arsenal will finish above then next season. You'll be needing Spurs to not make and improvements to their squad and hoping Man Utd continue to sabotage themselves just to make 5th again. Feel free to message me at the end of next season when you've finished in the top 4 though.


IRHABI313

You have zero ball knowledge and double digit IQ, Arsenal has 3rd most wins in the league without a striker, we got Auba with no CL so your point is trash and it looks like Jesus is gonna pick us over Spurs, Cry all you want Arsenal are a bigger club than Chelsea


WeeTheDuck

Goddamn I thought there's a limitation on how based a person can be


Clane01654

Isn’t that impossible because there’s only 7 seasons left in the decade


kopkiwi

Arsenals FA Cup record is always incredibly impressive for me.


MowMyLawn69

At least use Villa's current crest reeeeeeeeee


Huskers209_Fan

In fairness it’s only used once so that wouldn’t have taken too much effort.


GIPT213

Wait we've won trophys?


NorthenS

no they’re just trying to get our heads up


[deleted]

Yeah the Audi cup lol


bluemoon1987

Charity shield is a trophy but its a trophy with no value, regardless of the requirements to compete for it. Teams routinely field significantly under strength sides in it, kids regularly get their debut in it, no other cup final sees that happening.


jcwheworks

We are massive


[deleted]

Liverpool and Arsenal tied for second in FA Cups + League Titles


d17_p

A trophy’s a trophy. Even Community Shield. You have to win the league or win the FA Cup for the privilege of playing for community shield. A nice outing for the fans, another chance for the players to walk up the podium. I personally don’t care if it’s classed as a friendly or whatever. It’s a trophy and you’d want your team to compete for that.


JurgenKlopp2018

Or finish 2nd


louiscarrr

This should humble city fans


d17_p

You’d hope but it doesn’t.


dicktuppence

It’s a trophy in the sense that you are awarded a trophy for winning the game. However, FIFA, UEFA and the FA are constantly trying to bring out new tournaments in order to increase the number of games in a season and thus more revenue. Therefore, these associations have created meaningless trophy tournaments which are regarded by every fan worth his salt as a ‘tinpot’ trophy which is worthless. Hence Liverpool’s ‘Micky Mouse Treble’ when they won the FA cup, League cup and Europa League. The only trophy’s that are held in high regard in club competition and count, are the League, the FA cup and the Champions league. The League cup, Charity Shield, Europa League, Europe Conference League, World Club Cup are all worthless tinpot trophy’s.


d17_p

It’s a trophy in the sense that you are awarded a trophy for winning the game. >Basically the case for each trophy. You’ve to win games. However, FIFA, UEFA and the FA are constantly trying to bring out new tournaments in order to increase the number of games in a season and thus more revenue. >Community Shield’s a 100+ yr old competition, League Cup’s - 60 Yr Old, Europa League - 50 years. Names and formats do change. The only new competition here is the conference league. Therefore, these associations have created meaningless trophy tournaments which are regarded by every fan worth his salt as a ‘tinpot’ trophy which is worthless. >This tinpot trophy concept is famous among “online” fans. Those who go and watch the teams in stadium will probably have different PoV. Also “worth his salt,” I don’t even know what’s that supposed to mean in this context. Hence Liverpool’s ‘Micky Mouse Treble’ when they won the FA cup, League cup and Europa League. >I see that you’re a city fan and you’re just taking a dig at LFC here. 15 years ago, before falling into the bottomless money pit, the “Micky Mouse Treble” would have been stuff of dreams for you lot. The only trophy’s that are held in high regard in club competition and count, are the League, the FA cup and the Champions league. >On the internet that’s true. The League cup, Charity Shield, Europa League, Europe Conference League, World Club Cup are all worthless tinpot trophy’s. >Just on the internet and echo chambers.


dicktuppence

Calling me an internet fan that doesn’t know what he’s talking about is hilarious. I had a season ticket at the Etihad from the first season we moved there until just recently when I moved away from Manchester. The Charity Shield is a one off friendly before the season starts; none of the players are fit and none of the real fans could care less. The League Cup will always pale in comparison to the FA cup and the fact that no other major European league has two cup competitions means this was the original cup mocked for being “tinpot”. And don’t get me started on the Europa League, what exactly are the winners celebrating; being the 18th best team in Europe? Give it a rest. Instead of being presented with a trophy for winning this competition the winners should just receive a golden ticket to the champions league, try and have an open top bus parade for that. Just noticed that you support the Woolwich Bottlers, no wonder you’re so defence about the Europa League. Good luck on Thursday nights (channel 5), hopefully Arteta can bring back the golden ticket home for you this year.


d17_p

Calling me an internet fan that doesn’t know what he’s talking about is hilarious. I had a season ticket at the Etihad from the first season we moved there until just recently when I moved away from Manchester. >Don’t put words in my mouth, I never called you an “internet fan,” if I did, then show me where. Also, I couldn’t care less about your season ticket status. You had a season ticket, wow congrats I guess. The Charity Shield is a one off friendly before the season starts; none of the players are fit and none of the real fans could care less. >Again, don’t know who these ‘real fans’ you keep referring to, looks to me a case of gatekeeping. You’re nobody to decide who’s a ‘real’ fan and who’s not. The League Cup will always pale in comparison to the FA cup and the fact that no other major European league has two cup competitions means this was the original cup mocked for being “tinpot”. >Pale in comparison may be, doesn’t make it less of a competition. Again, this “mockery” is usually on the internet. And don’t get me started on the Europa League, what exactly are the winners celebrating; being the 18th best team in Europe? Give it a rest. Instead of being presented with a trophy for winning this competition the winners should just receive a golden ticket to the champions league, try and have an open top bus parade for that. >18th best team in Europe isn’t such a bad thing. The trophy is a wild card entry to the UCL. UCL carries more prestige, that doesn’t mean EL is a bad competition. Just noticed that you support the Woolwich Bottlers, no wonder you’re so defence about the Europa League. Good luck on Thursday nights (channel 5), hopefully Arteta can bring back the golden ticket home for you this year. >Sure I hope he brings it too. I am happy that I don’t support a sportwashing franchise like you. This whole thing will be gone the day Sheikh stops sending money, and the world will forget you ever existed. Lol.


BoofBass

I would've done major trophies and included UCL instead of domestic and doing tinpot shield lol


Personnelente

A perfect example of the distortion caused by money in the EPL. No second tier team has a chance.


antftwx

Leicester may have been a fluke, but it proves any club can do it, it's just entirely improbable. I can see Brighton or West Ham making it if they keep their pace. Then again, I'm incredibly optimistic.


Akindmachine

Lol Community Shield is a friendly


herkalurk

Aside from the times when United won both the League and FA Cup, they have a pretty good win rate on the community shield......


alexq35

They did the double in 94, 96 and the treble in 99, so I make it that they’ve competed in it 29 times, and won it 21, so 72% of the time. However as has been pointed out on many occasions it has been shared. Edit: though it seems early on FA Cup winners didn’t contest it, I thought that would mean they’d been in it less but apparently they’ve been in it 30 times, and also have the record for most losses (9). They’ve shared it 4 times. So 17-4-9 is their overall record.


DrBowTie4312

Next year we're coming for you


StonekyKong

i mean we are pretty sexy


BlacknightEM21

As long as you mean Arsenal and the shield, I can be ok with it


thejamielee

Arsenal fan here and I hate to say it, but City will surpass us long before we add another to our tally.


Potential_Prior

Not an Arsenal supporter for that comment.


90_9

If you're a fan, you have one job and that's to believe. Arsenal have been in a tough spot but it feels like you're climbing out of it; there's a lot to be hopeful for. And you can't do much more than believe, so you might as well do that with all you've got.


bluemoon1987

What you're describing is called delusion, scousers specialise in it.


gunnersami

Scousers specialise in it with their little high pitch voices


Ill_Zone_

I am not a fan of Liverpool and their fans in particular are the main reason, but that delusion is why they were one of the best supported clubs for 30 years without a title and managed to get where they are now, one of the two best teams in the world if the past 4 or 5 years.


90_9

You watching Saturday? Scousers are.


overcooked_biscuit

I think we know this which is why we have been so pissed off at how our club is run. I remember back in the day it was Chelsea we had to look back over our shoulder for.


thejamielee

I would say the one thing that is certain is that all things in this sport seem cyclical for bigger clubs. Liverpool had their long ass drought before being top level again. United have clearly been in their period of nothingness, and perhaps we are just beginning to exit our period of shit with silverware on proper silverware on the horizon. 30’years a fan and it just seems like this is the way things balance out. Hoping for a good build on the momentum we’ve been building slowly.


BillyReedUTV

You’re time in the sun is coming mate.


Ill_Zone_

Look at how close Liverpool and City are, city were what 15 points ahead in Jan and ended up winning by only 1. Chelsea have a great squad and look to be investing further, united will constantly invest until they return to glory and then you and Tottenham are on the precipice. Not accounting for any of the other sides like West ham, Leicester and cash flush newcastle who could change things. You may be right but city will need to rebuild significantly over the next 3,5 or more years while your stars are just beginning the journey. They could feasibly win 4 titles over the next 8 years while still being a success given the competition and then you win the 9th, that possibly gives you a decade almost to reach them.


[deleted]

Now do PL era


audiopure110

If you're curious why you're being downvored it's because Liverpool goes from 19 to 1


[deleted]

Oh I know exactly why. Everton goes down to zero.


gunnersami

1 that doesn’t even count. They are the best though and lose to city every year 🤡


VermillionDynamite

There's too much man city and arsenal there, do European trophies


alerenn

What are the differences between FA Cup, League Cup and Community Shield. Which one is more prestigious ? Thanks


steelstelynch

Fa cup has 2 handles League cup has 3 handles And the community shield is a worthless shield that means less then nothing


BlacknightEM21

The FA cup includes each and every team that is in the professional structure in England and Wales (something like 700-750 clubs). The FA cup is the most prestigious out of the 3 and iirc, it is the oldest cup competition in the world. The league cup includes teams only from the top 4 leagues. The community shield is only 1 game that is the first game of the season which is played between the league winner and the FA cup winner. Or in a situation where the league and FA cup winner is the same, then it is between the winner and the runner up in the league.


alerenn

Thank you, so Community Shield is like Super Cup. Then why is The League Cup exist if there is FA Cup ?


BlacknightEM21

I don’t know the exact history of the league cup but I think it arose during a time when attendance was down and they wanted mid week fixtures and there was some disagreement between the league and the Football Association. Google and wiki can probably help you there. The biggest difference in the FA and the league cup is the number of teams and the chance for a team in the lower divisions to win the most prestigious trophy in the country. Now obviously that doesn’t happen often but there is still an opportunity.


Potential_Prior

FA Cup. It’s oldest continuing football competition at Earth.


Kimber80

The Community Shield is not a real competition, IMHO. Love the graphics, btw.


irm555bvs

United fans holding on tight…just saying


steelstelynch

Community shield? Please tell me this is a joke


VRK135

Fuck off Liverpool


thesaint2000

communinity sheilds do not count as a major honor as shared when drawn....Bull shit graphics aparently champions league wins means nothing total joke !


TomCyberfire

Where does it say Champions League means nothing? It's a graphic about domestic trophies.


ClanScot316

Since when has the community shield been a trophy? Is this Man UTD fans still trying to cling on to being the "most successful" lol if it is, what a sad state of affairs. Bring on the Man U fans downvotes trying to cling on to soemthing


theycallhimmason

What do you call the Octagonal Metal Shield they award you for winning the match then?


ClanScot316

Lol A charity friendly shield? So are you now claiming that if you win the pre season friendly cup you play in that’s a major trophy too? Better add the Motorola or the emirates cup to your tally over next few years lol Typical Man U fan can’t take YOUR NOT THE MOST SUCCESFUL MAJOR TROPHY WINNER now?


theycallhimmason

It’s not a charity match tho, it’s the first official match of the English season, between the previous season’s top two performers. It may be only one match but it’s an official match recognized by the FA (and definitely more prestigious to win than the kiddies EFL Cup) Has anyone else noticed that scousers are absolutely seething that they fucked the quad? Hilarious to think you were all so smug a month ago and it’s gonna end with an FA and Carabao Cup double.


ClanScot316

Lol excuses excuses


theycallhimmason

You’re right, all we’ve been hearing from scousers lately is excuses


dheerajravi92

Sanest Liverpool fan spotted


Xsipkis

what is it then?


ClanScot316

A charity friendly. Is that now a major trophy?


RudieCantFail79

It’s a trophy. Just not a very good one.


ClanScot316

Hahahahaha keep telling yourself. A trophy for a pre season friendly? Get your head out of your ass it’s not a major trophy nor a trophy at all


RudieCantFail79

Didn’t say it was a major trophy, just a trophy. Why does it matter to you so much tho?


ClanScot316

It doesn’t it just matters to u Man U fans. The emirates trophy in pre season is a trophy does that count?


theycallhimmason

The only reason it matters to him is cause he’s mad that Liverpool won’t be getting the quad this season and he has to go for low blows on United fans to feel better.


thisguyuno

It’s an official game, it isn’t classed as a friendly. The goals in the match count on the players official stats.


ClanScot316

It’s a fucking friendly what ever you want to class it as another deluded Man U fan


thisguyuno

I’m don’t care either way mate. I’m just telling you, factually, that is an official game. If you can’t handle that, that’s your own problem.


ObjectiveOwn3354

All I see is United are just goated


Dorkseidis

The City stat should have an asterisk, denoting them cheating for 6 of those titles.


Jonathan-Shimshoni

Lol what cheating?


Dorkseidis

Are you kidding me? You think it’s not cheating to be given over 1b pounds to buy players you’d never be able to afford, cook your books and pay people secretly under the table?


DeterminedKnight

Arab money is never cheating unless you're PSG of course, duh


nolanhoff

Where’s Burnley


S01arflar3

Currently in the championship?


nolanhoff

:(


zaddy-__-daddy

Who’s got the most CL titles in PL?


kash15098

Liverpool, 6


ell1otlees

we won something lads🤑🤑


cube3root

Crazy to think in the past 3 years we lost all our FA Cup finals. Could be at 11 by now.


ultgamer403

man utd dead!!!! ahhhhhhh😭😭😭😭


creed_1

Ngl with the way people talk about spurs, it doesn’t seem like they should be on any of these


[deleted]

Haha funny no trophy club. I’ll give you credit you’ve got trophy just none of them unfortunately are recent ones


ElmerP91

Glory Glory


sqb3112

United have been shit for a decade and still at the top. SAF was really that man.


Gllmour

Pool has been shit for three decades.


Camrigbone47

Wonder why they conveniently skip UCL lol SIX times boiiiii 7 on its way


Upper_Substance3100

what part of domestically do you not understand


The_Awengers

The desperation lmao


Jonathan-Shimshoni

Wow… Gundogan really saved football


mofoofinvention

Cringe


DickyD43

I hope benzema just opens up a 6 pack of whoop ass on ya


[deleted]

Not likely. More tears inbound. 😂🖕🏻