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Darth Maul
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FA CARLING PREMIERSHIP

Champions - Manchester Utd
Champions League - Arsenal, Leeds Utd
UEFA Cup - Liverpool, FA Cup winners (Aston Villa or Chelsea), Leicester City (Worthington Cup winners)
Relegated - Wimbledon, Sheffield Wed, Watford


Total Number of Matches: 380
Number of Home Wins: 187
Number of Away Wins: 101
Number of Scoring Draws: 70
Number of No-Score Draws: 22

Most Goals, aggregate: 9
(11/3/00 - Tottenham Hotspur 7-2 Southampton)
(12/2/00 - West Ham United 5-4 Bradford City)
Most Goals, One Team: 8
(19/9/99 - Newcastle United 8-0 Sheffield Wednesday)
Biggest Home Victory: 8
(19/9/99 - Newcastle United 8-0 Sheffield Wednesday)
Biggest Away Victory: 5
(18/9/99 - Derby County 0-5 Sunderland)


Longest Winning Sequence - 11*
Manchester Utd (11/3/00 to 14/5/00)
Longest Undefeated Sequence - 16
Chelsea (19/12/99 to 15/04/00)
Longest Drawing Sequence - 4
West Ham (26/12/99 to 15/01/00)
Longest Losing Sequence - 8
Wimbledon (19/03/00 to 30/04/00)
Longest Winless Sequence - 11
Sunderland (26/12/99 to 18/03/00)
Watford (25/09/99 to 26/12/99)

* - unbroken sequence

Most goals scored - 97 (Manchester Utd)
Least goals scored - 35 (Watford)
Least goals conceded - 30 (Liverpool)
Most goals conceded - 77 (Watford)

Most draws - 14 (Everton)
Highest crowd - 61,629 -
Manchester Utd v Tottenham (6/5/00)
Lowest crowd - 8,248 -
Wimbledon v Sheffield Wed (12/4/00)
 

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Darth Maul
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Personal Records

Hot Shots

Kevin Phillips Sunderland 30
Alan Shearer Newcastle United 23
Dwight Yorke Manchester United 20
Michael Bridges Leeds United 19
Andy Cole Manchester United 19
Thierry Henry Arsenal 17
Paolo Di Canio West Ham United 16

Top Goalscorers - club-by-club
Arsenal Henry 17, Kanu 12, Suker 8
Aston Villa Dublin 12, Joachim 6, Merson & Taylor 5
Bradford City Windass 10, Beagrie 7, Mills 5
Chelsea Flo & Poyet 10, Own Goals 5
Coventry Keane 12, McAllister 11, Roussel 6
Derby Delap 8, Sturridge 6, Burley/Strupar 5
Everton Campbell 12, Barmby 9,
Hutchison/Jeffers/Moore/Unsworth 6
Leeds Bridges 19, Kewell 10, Harte 6
Leicester Cottee 13, Izzet 8, Heskey 7
Liverpool Owen 11, Berger/Camara 9
Manchester Utd Yorke 20, Cole 19, Solksjaer 12
Middlesbrough Ricard 12, Deane 9, Ziege 6
Newcastle Shearer 23, Speed 9, Ferguson 6
Sheffield Wed De Bilde 10, Alexandersson/Sibon 5
Southampton Pahars 13, Davies 6, Kachloul 5
Sunderland Phillips 30, Quinn 14, McCann 4
Tottenham Armstrong/Iversen 14, Sherwood 8
Watford Helguson 6, Ngonge/Smart 5
West Ham Di Canio 16, Wanchope 12, Lampard/Sinclair 7
Wimbledon Cort/Hartson 9, Gayle 7

Total Penalties - 64
Kevin Phillips Sunderland 6
Peter Beagrie Bradford City 5
David Unsworth Everton 5
Alan Shearer Newcastle United 5
Gary McAllister Coventry City 4
Ian Harte Leeds United 4
Muzzy Izzet Leicester City 3
Hamilton Ricard Middlesbrough 3
Thierry Henry Arsenal 2
Craig Burley Derby County 2
Denis Irwin Manchester United 2
Gilles De Bilde Sheffield Wednesday 2
Paolo Di Canio West Ham United 2

Own Goals Total - 39
Gareth Southgate Aston Villa 2
Ugo Ehiogu Aston Villa 2
Frank Sinclair Leicester City 2
Jamie Carragher Liverpool 2
Henning Berg Manchester United 2
Dean Richards Southampton 2

27 players scored one own-goal
EVER-PRESENT

David Wetherall Bradford City 38
Dean Windass Bradford City 38
Gunnar Halle Bradford City 38
Gary McAllister Coventry City 38
Nigel Martyn Leeds United 38
Sami Hyypia Liverpool 38
Ian Walker Tottenham Hotspur 38
Steve Palmer Watford 38

Clean sheets - by club
Chelsea 17
Aston Villa 16
Liverpool 15
Leeds United 13
Manchester United 12
Newcastle United 12
Derby County 11
Everton 11
Southampton 11
Arsenal 10
West Ham United 10
Coventry City 9
Middlesbrough 9
Sunderland 9
Leicester City 8
Tottenham Hotspur 8
Bradford City 7
Sheffield Wed 7
Watford 6
Wimbledon 5

DISCIPLINE
Most Red Cards - total 69

Frank Leboeuf Chelsea 2
Stefan Schnoor Derby County 2
Richard Dunne Everton 2
Nicky Butt Manchester United 2
Alex Rae Sunderland 2
Marc-Vivien Foe West Ham United 2
John Hartson Wimbledon 2

Most yellow cards

Seth Johnson Derby County 13
Lee Bowyer Leeds United 13
Stefan Schwarz Sunderland 11
Robert Page Watford 11
Horacio Carbonari Derby County 10
Chris Makin Sunderland 10
Mauricio Taricco Tottenham Hotspur 10
Patrick Vieira Arsenal 9
George Boateng Aston Villa 9
Youssef Chippo Coventry 9
Christian Ziege Middlesbrough 9
Hassan Kachloul Southampton 9
Steffen Freund Tottenham Hotspur 9
Tim Sherwood Tottenham Hotspur 9
Paul Robinson Watford 9
Igor Stimac West Ham United 9
 

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Referees Records

Red cards - by referee - total 71
Uriah Rennie 8
Andy D'Urso 7
Mike Reed 7
Mike Riley 6
Steve Lodge 6
Graham Barber 5
Jeff Winter 4
Mark Halsey 4
Alan Wilkie 3
David Elleray 3
Steve Dunn 3
Graham Poll 2
Neale Barry 2
Paul Alcock 2
Paul Durkin 2
Peter Jones 2
Alan Wiley 1
Barry Knight 1
Dermot Gallagher 1
Rob Harris 1
Steve Bennett 1

Yellow cards - by referee
Mike Reed 79
Graham Poll 75
Graham Barber 71
Neale Barry 70
Andy D'Urso 69
Steve Dunn 69
Steve Lodge 69
Paul Alcock 64
Jeff Winter 64
Rob Harris 63
Alan Wiley 62
Paul Durkin 59
David Elleray 59
Uriah Rennie 57
Peter Jones 55
Alan Wilkie 51
Mike Riley 50
Dermot Gallagher 49
Barry Knight 46
Mark Halsey 42
Steve Bennett 37
 

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PFA TEAM OF THE YEAR

1) Nigel Martyn (Leeds)
2) Gary Kelly (Leeds)
3) Jaap Stam (Manchester Utd)
4) Sami Hyypia (Liverpool)
5) Ian Harte (Leeds)
7) David Beckham (Manchester Utd)
16) Roy Keane (Manchester Utd)
14) Patrick Vieira (Arsenal)
11) Harry Kewell (Leeds)
10) Kevin Phillips (Sunderland)
9) Andy Cole (Manchester Utd)
 
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