28 March ~ It's a question that is debated vehemently among supporters of different clubs. But the Football United blog has now done the research – just who is first (and last) on Match Of The Day the most?

Comments (2)
Comment by donedmundo 2011-03-28 17:23:38

Interesting. I presume Chelsea score so few points because they often play on Sunday or Monday.

Comment by ian.64 2011-03-29 13:26:13

It's a sad fact of life that if you're down at the bottom of the Premiership table and are rubbish to boot, then your allotted span of time on MOTD is lucky enough to be a minute at the end with a 'they're in a loddadrubble' comment from Alan Hansen to follow. Pisser though it is, that's what you get.

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