Man Utd, Liverpool, Leeds: 'Limbs' of 92 English clubs ranked

For a brief period in 2021, some Premier League owners forgot just how passionate football fans in England are.

The attempts of six Premier League clubs to force through the European Super League were met by protests from fans across the country, until they were shut down.

The owners will try to make a breakaway league happen again and when they do, once again the fans will challenge them.

England fans are renowned for their dedication and commitment and the sight of packed stands following the coronavirus pandemic is great to see.

Football matches behind closed doors just wasn’t it really, was it?

Thankfully, that’s a thing of the past and now we can enjoy attending games and letting loose when the team we support scores.

BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND – MARCH 19: Arsenal fans show their support during the Premier League match between Aston Villa and Arsenal at Villa Park on March 19, 2022 in Birmingham, England. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

Best football limbs

So, which fanbase is the best of the bunch when it comes to celebrating?

Step forward @FootyLimbs, a Twitter account dedicated to the best fan celebrations around.

Not sure what is meant by ‘limbs’?

On Urban Dictionary, it’s defined as: “The scene of football fans celebrating a goal wildly with arms flying everywhere.”

Which clubs have the best limbs?

@FootyLimbs have sparked controversy by ranking the limbs from fans of 92 English clubs from ‘Elite’ to ‘Tinpot’.

Only three clubs were considered to have elite limbs.

If you’re struggling to locate your team, we’ve written out the full rankings below.

Elite: Leeds United, Aston Villa, West Ham United

Solid limbs: Birmingham City, Newcastle United

Very decent majority of the time: Derby County, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Bolton Wanderers, West Bromwich Albion, Tottenham Hotspur, Sheffield Wednesday, Sheffield United, Nottingham Forest, Middlesbrough, Crystal Palace, Manchester City, Liverpool, Manchester United, Everton, Arsenal, Chelsea

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND – MAY 23: Kevin De Bruyne of Manchester City celebrates with fans after scoring his team’s first goal during the Premier League match between Manchester City and Everton at Etihad Stadium on May 23, 2021 in Manchester, England. A limited number of fans will be allowed into Premier League stadiums as Coronavirus restrictions begin to ease in the UK. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

Sometimes maybe good sometimes maybe s***: Leicester City, Brighton & Hove Albion, Bristol Rovers, Sunderland, Watford, Blackburn Roberts, Bristol City, Wigan Athletic, Tranmere Rovers, Southampton, Coventry City, Cardiff City, Swansea City, Rotherham United, Stoke City, Preston North End, Portsmouth, Ipswich Town, Millwall, Fulham, Charlton Athletic, Burnley

Dead limbs: Mansfield Town, Brentford, Southend United, Shrewsbury Town, Scunthorpe United, Rochdale, Crawley Town, Barnsley, Bournemouth, Queens Park Rangers, Colchester United, Crewe Alexandra, Morecambe, Doncaster Rovers, Newport County, Northampton Town, Plymouth Argyle, Macclesfield Town, Carlisle United, Huddersfield Town, Cambridge United, Hull City, Cheltenham Town, Port Vale, Oxford United, Reading, Bradford City, Oldham Athletic, Notts County, Norwich City, Fleetwood Town, Burton Albion, Blackpool, Lincoln City, Exeter City, Grimsby Town, Leyton Orient, Barrow, Gillingham

Tinpot: Accrington Stanley, Wycombe Wanderers, Luton Town, Salford, Peterborough United, Harrogate Town, Lincoln City, Walsall, MK Dons, Forest Green Rovers

Click HERE to check out the responses to the tweet. It didn’t go down so well…

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