Prem table since Sir Alex left makes grim reading for Arsenal and Man Utd fans

The combined Premier League table since the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson makes grim reading for supporters of Manchester United and also Arsenal.

The legendary Red Devils boss, 80, stepped down from the Old Trafford hot seat at the end of the 2012/13 campaign, after claiming an unprecedented 13th top-flight crown. Anointing current West Ham United manager but then Everton supremo David Moyes as his successor, United slumped to a seventh-place finish the following season and Moyes only lasted until April before he was axed from his role after a miserable campaign.

Due to the emergence of new Premier League powerhouse Manchester City and reborn British giant Liverpool, the faltering former champions have been unable to move out of the shadows of their two fiercest rivals.

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United's dismal decade is reflected in the combined top-flight table since Ferguson's departure, with the Red Devils ranking lowest of the so-called 'big six', claiming just 626 points from 348 matches. The table, compiled by, is made up of the 10 Premier League teams who have remained in the division since the start of the 2013/14 season.

Bagging four of the last five top-flight crowns, Man City's dominance of English football also has them prevailing in the combined table, bagging a staggering 784 points from 349 matches since Sir Alex Ferguson left his post.

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Liverpool's perpetual habit of running City close continues in's findings, with Jurgen Klopp's side finishing second claiming 723 points from one match fewer.

Todd Boehly's Chelsea top the teams competing in the capital, as the Blues have claimed 671 points from 348 games. And, just like in the past six seasons, there'll be no St.Totteringham's Day. North London comes out white in the final standings with Arsenal finishing 10 points behind their bitter rivals.

Combined PL table since the start of the 2013/14 season – all teams have played 349 matches unless stated otherwise:

1. Manchester City – 784 points
2. Liverpool – 723 points (348 games played)
3. Chelsea – 671 points (348 games played)
4. Tottenham – 647 points
5. Arsenal – 637 points
6. Manchester United – 626 points (348 games played)
7. Everton – 484 points
8. West Ham – 452 points
9. Southampton – 442 points
10. Crystal Palace – 410 points (348 games played)


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