What would every Premier League club be if they were a room in the house?
Come on, we all know you’ve asked yourselves that before.
Thankfully, Twitter user @ftblpulisic has the answers.
He’s written a brilliant Twitter thread in which he’s given descriptions for each side in England’s top flight as rooms in the house.
Liverpool are the bedroom (“where the magic happens”), Arsenal are the library and Manchester United are the panic room.
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There are also clubs allocated to the wine cellar, the games room and the neighbour’s garden.
Check out the full thread below:
Arsenal - The Library
A very quiet place. Full of old and useless books. Desperately needs to be cleaned and sorted out. No one wants to be there.
Aston Villa - The Staircase
Goes up. Now going down.
Bournemouth - The Conservatory
Very Tory. Seem to spend a lot of money on such useless things.
Brighton - The Garden
Engages in frequent scraps with next door neighbour. Rest of the street doesn't understand it at all.
Burnley - The Utility Room
A workman's room. Proper English. Washing machine. Boring as f*** like.
Chelsea - The Kids Bedroom
Need somewhere to put the kids. Pleasant. Sadly get beat a lot at home.
Crystal Palace - The Neighbour's Garden
Too loud, needed to go outside. Tries to start fights with his next door neighbour.
Everton - The Basement
Always in the shadow of the bedroom. Dark as f***. Usually depressing. Turn a light on and it's a decent place. Leighton Baines lives here.
Leicester - The Wine Cellar
Tory. Ridiculously Tory. Exciting addition. Ages like a fine w̶i̶n̶e̶ Jonny Evans.
Liverpool - The Bedroom
Where the magic happens. Exciting. Not had much success recently but the prestige is coming back.
Man City - The Secret Room in the office
Very new. No one knew it was here before some rich man stumbled into it. Although, it has just been found out. Nothing special anymore.
Man United - The Panic Room
Terrified. In turmoil. Enough said.
Newcastle - The Kitchen
A house isn't a house without a kitchen. Essential. Legendary. Working class. Good memories.
Norwich - The Games Room
Just a bit of fun. Don't take it seriously. It'll be gone soon. Lots of people come in here and pick up easy wins.
Sheffield United - The Study
Nonstop work. Appreciated by everyone. Hard work pays off. Proper working class.
Southampton - The Corridor
Long. Boring. Just a straight path right into the bedroom.
Tottenham - The Garage
Easy access for Mourinho's bus. Not the most exciting anymore. Been the same for years. Does the job.
Watford - The Mud Room
Apparently this is a room? Not a***d about it. Dirty. Needs to go.
West Ham - The Bathroom
Full of sh*t. Sold their soul for a literal sh*thole.
Wolves - The Living Room
Lively. Good atmosphere. Great place to be.
Cracking work, that.News Now - Sport News