REVEALED! Top 10 LEAST passionate fans – which club is worst?

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first_img 1=. Chelsea (0.12 tweets per fan) – Blues boss Jose Mourinho won’t be pleased, will he? – The west Londoners famously fail to make much noise at Stamford Bridge on a consistent basis. Ask Jose Mourinho, it really gets his goat. Roman Abramovich’s huge level of investment has helped John Terry and co reach the pinnacle of the beautiful game, but passion can’t be purchased. The Special One’s side are the envy of the country, and are expected to retain their title next term, yet they’ll probably never escape their far from flattering reputation. 10 1=. Stoke City (0.12 tweets per fan) – Click the yellow arrow above, right, to see the other Premier League club that has the least passionate supporters – Forget the fact that the Britannia Stadium is currently home to one of the best atmospheres in the Premier League. The wet and windy nights in Stoke that no side in the world relishes, except Mark Hughes’s, don’t translate to trends on Twitter. The Potters are too busy pottering around supporting their side to be swiping away on their smart phones it seems. However, they’re not the only ones at the top of the tree, one club lacks equal passion on the popular social media platform… 10 10 5=. Swansea City (0.16 tweets per fan) – Click the yellow arrow above, right, to see more of the Premier League clubs that have the least passionate supporters – Garry Monk’s men quietly went about their business last season and slipped under the radar on their way to an eighth place finish, which was achieved despite the loss of top scorer Wilfried Bony in January. The Welsh outfit have now firmly established themselves as a Premier League outfit but aren’t resting on their laurels. New additions are needed if the club are to improve further and the signing of Andre Ayew shows they are heading in the right direction. 7. Sunderland (0.19 tweets per fan) – Click the yellow arrow above, right, to see more of the Premier League clubs that have the least passionate supporters – The Stadium of Light will host Premier League football next season following their dramatic survival under Dick Advocaat. The Dutchman needed convincing that he should continue his role on Wearside and has a huge job on his hands if the Black Cats are to avoid yet another relegation scrap next term. Still, they’ve always got a solid chance of finishing above fierce rivals Newcastle United. 10 4. Arsenal (0.15 tweets per fan) – Click the yellow arrow above, right, to see more of the Premier League clubs that have the least passionate supporters – Gunners fans are never short of an opinion. Arsenal have spent the last decade desperately close to major silverware, but only have a pair of FA Cups to show for all their toil. We don’t think there’s any danger that they’re going to let us forget the spoils they won in the early stages of Arsene Wenger’s reign though, do you? The north Londoners should be regarded as contenders next season, but will probably blow their chances, or lead from the front and run out of steam. Premier League fans are widely seen as some of the best in the world.The terraces of England’s top tier are one of the reasons why the division has established itself as the most commercially successful competition the sport has ever known.Yet, as we all know, the noise that fans generate inside stadia across the country only represents half the battle for supremacy.Social media followers are the latest must have accessory for the biggest clubs and fans also need to be heard online to earn extra kudos from their rivals.But which fan bases suffer from a paucity of passion on Twitter? Click the yellow arrow above, right, to find out the top 10 least passionate Premier League fan bases. It’s the list nobody wants to be on…*Source: Research by Shine Communications, via The Telegraph 5=. Liverpool (0.16 tweets per fan) – Click the yellow arrow above, right, to see more of the Premier League clubs that have the least passionate supporters – Brendan’s boys had a bit of a torrid time last season. Having been tipped to challenge for the Premier League title, the Merseysiders were consigned to mid table obscurity for most of the campaign before eventually finishing in sixth spot. The Reds’ boast a huge social media following, but the topic of the conversation hasn’t been based on optimism of late. Things can only get better? At least Glen Johnson’s left too… 8=. Southampton (0.23 tweets per fan) – Click the yellow arrow above, right, to see more of the Premier League clubs that have the least passionate supporters – Saints supporters are probably still pinching themselves in regards to the position they are in. It was not so long ago that the South Coast outfit were lingering in the third tier of English football, but are now in Europe. Despite losing his best players last season, Ronald Koeman has improved his side’s fortunes and could go one better this time around if he gets his recruitment right again. 10 10. Manchester United (0.24 tweets per fan) – Click the yellow arrow above, right, to see the full list of Premier League clubs with the ‘LEAST passionate supporters’* – The Red Devils might have millions of fans across the globe, but they’re languishing in 10th place on our list. Strength in numbers? Maybe not. However, the hordes of United supporters will be hoping that they are given a bit more to shout about next season as Louis van Gaal attempts to reclaim his side’s place at the top of the tree. 10 3. Manchester City (0.13 tweets per fan) – Click the yellow arrow above, right, to see the two Premier League clubs that have the least passionate supporters – The Etihad Stadium is rarely full, so it was always a long shot that City’s fanbase would be able to raise the roof on social media if they can’t even turn up for games on mass. They like to keep themselves to themselves, OK? But seriously, the Citizens may now be seen as a European powerhouse due to Sheikh Mansour’s millions, yet they don’t boast supporters that are superior to their major rivals – at least, by this reckoning. Meanwhile, expect significant strengthening to take place at City this summer, starting with Raheem Sterling. 8=. Tottenham Hotspur (0.23 tweets per fan) – Click the yellow arrow above, right, to see more of the Premier League clubs that have the least passionate supporters – Was Mauricio Pochettino’s debut season in charge of Spurs a success? Well, he may have managed to oversee an impressive run to the Capital One Cup final but, ultimately, the north Londoners came up short in their pursuit of a Champions League place. Expect Tottenham’s supporters to make a song and dance of their side if they threaten to change that fact at any given point next season… 10 10 10 10last_img

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