Manchester United have topped a poll of the worst Premier League side to watch.
The poll, from the Daily Mirror, saw United take 20 per cent of the votes, five per cent more than Fulham who were second.
Manchester United have struggled this term under new manager David Moyes, dropping points frequently throughout the season. The lack of cohesion throughout the team has led to fans calling for Moyes to leave the club. However, the club have so far, stood by their man.
West Ham and Cardiff were tied in third place with eight per cent of the vote. Sam Allardyce has received criticism for his negative stye of play, especially against Chelsea from opposing boss Jose Mourinho. However, his tactics did pay off against Tottenham back in October with a 3-0 win.
Chelsea split opinions with seven per cent of the poll voting them the worst to watch while six per cent voted them as the best. Mourinho's side top the Premier League but haven't looked the same calibre of team they did when the Portuguese was first in charge.
All of the current Premier League top four made it into the top five most entertaining sides to watch. Free scoring Manchester City finished third, close behind Arsenal who had 15 per cent of the views.
Liverpool were clear winners of the poll, getting 34% of the votes as most interesting. The deadly duo of Suarez and Sturridge have made for exciting viewing this season, with the duo finding the net frequently with natural ease.
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