Arsenal is currently a struggling team in the English Premier League. However, the football world can never forget how Arsenal was a top club for several years. Arsenal is one of the clubs which has won so many trophies in the English Premier League. However, it is so heartbreaking to Arsenal fans that their club last won the English Premier League title during Arsene Wenger's reign in 2004.
1930/31 English Premier League table has left many football fans talking on social media. The table shows Arsenal won the Premier League whereas Manchester United were relegated. Out of the 42 games Arsenal played in the 1930/31 season, they won the league with 66 points. Aston Villa finished as the second team on the table with 59 points. The Red Devils were relegated after finishing as the last team with 22 points.
Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City were not lethal during those days as they are now lethal. On the 1930/31 final Premier League table, Manchester City finished eighth, Liverpool finished nineth whereas Chelsea finished twelfth. However, there are teams on the 1930/31 Premier League table like Sheffield Wednesday, Portsmouth, Blackpool, Birmingham City, Blackburn Rovers, Grimsby Town and Bolton Wanderers who are no longer in the English Premier League. They are playing in lower divisions.
Below is the final English Premier League table of 1930/31 season:
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