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Top 5 football clubs with the largest number of fans nowadays

Football is an attractive sport that attracts the most followers on the planet, because of its attractiveness and worldwide coverage. There are many teams participating in different leagues.

Of course, we all adore a club. Can we figure out which club has the biggest number of fans? To know about this information, let’s go along with the W88 dealer to find out more.

1. Manchester United

Manchester United is the largest and most successful club in the UK, also known as MU, this is considered to be the team with the most fans in the world. According to estimates, there are 750 million fans favorite MUM.

The club is valued at more than £ 3 billion and has a turnover of £ 591 million per year, making it one of the richest clubs in the world.

2. Real Madrid

The Spanish team ranked second in the list, and ahead of rivals Barcelona, ​​with about 350 million fans worldwide. Currently, this is the club that owns a huge fan base to follow their matches. The club is valued at nearly £ 3 billion and a turnover of £ 589 million annually.

3. FC Barcelona

Valued at nearly £ 3 billion and annual revenues of £ 566 million, FC Barcelona ranks 3rd on the list with 450 million fans worldwide, this team has an impressive global reach. With such a fan base, this is a guarantee that every match will take place a lot of profit from ticket sales.

4. Chelsea FC

Chelsea reached the top 4 in the list when the club owns 145 million fans worldwide. Worth more than 1.5 billion pounds and sales of 347 million pounds annually.

5. Arsenal

Arsenal is one of the biggest English football clubs and the most successful club in London. Arsenal currently has 125 million fans in the world.

The team is also valued at more than £ 1.5 billion with a turnover of £ 426 million. With that result, this must be an admirable figure.

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Arsenal captain paid for provoking football fans

Granit Xhaka must meet with the coaching staff and Technical Director of Arsenal in order to explain the provocation of supporters in the 2-2 draw against Crystal Palace on October 27.

Many Arsenal fans were booed in the stands after Xhaka was substituted in the 61st minute in a draw against Crystal Palace. In response to the criticism, the 27-year-old midfielder covered his ears, shouted, took off his shirt and threw the captain’s hat to the ground before heading straight into the tunnel.

“We will have an internal meeting about this situation. I want to listen to Xhaka when he calms down. But, he was actually wrong to do that action,” coach Unai Emery shared at the meeting. post-match report.

According to Goal, the Spanish strategist and Technical Director Edu had harsh conversations with Xhaka after the player’s ugly actions. Arsenal say they cannot let a person do that to the captain’s armband.

Many former “Gunners” also expressed disgust at the actions of the younger. “Fans are impatient with what Xhaka showed on the pitch. He owes them more than that,” Ian Wright said.

Meanwhile, Nigel Winterburn harshly commented: “It is surprising that this is an action coming from the Arsenal captain. I think Emery needs to remove Xhaka from the squad and take the captain’s armband immediately. up to 5 captains and can easily do that. Also, I don’t like the choice of captain. The coach should be the one to decide this.”

It was the election which proved that Xhaka was an influential person in Arsenal’s dressing room. Daily Mail recently revealed that Emery will let the players decide the fate of the Swiss midfielder, because he feared that the captain’s deprivation would create a negative reaction within the team.

However, the former captain of PSG is also receiving much criticism from the fans when isolating Mesut Ozil and giving the opportunity to Xhaka. The Emirates Stadium team is currently ranked 5th in the Premier League table, but the performance they bring is not really convincing.

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Ronaldo was angry because the fans grabbed his neck

Striker Cristiano Ronaldo was angry when a fan demanded to take a joint picture at the end of the match Juventus won Leverkusen in the Champions League, on 11/12.

The match at Leverkusen did not mean much to Juventus, because the Italian team was the most certain in Group D. The visitors, however, still launched the team with many good players on the field to end the hope of winning tickets to go on of the host.

Scored, but Ronaldo did not leave the field with complete joy. At the end of the match, the Juventus striker was sharing the fun with his teammate when a fan grabbed his neck to take a picture of them. Ronaldo pulled away with an angry face and shouted “Are you crazy?”. Fanatical fans were then controlled by the police, while Ronaldo frowned for a while before being comforted by his teammates.

When the match ended, a fan suddenly took the phone to run into the field with the intention of taking a picture with Ronaldo. Instead of consulting the Portuguese superstar, this person grabbed Ronaldo’s neck from behind. Juventus striker rushed out, and seemed uncomfortable with the actions of the aforesaid fans.

Ronaldo was suddenly strangled at the end of the match against Leverkusen

Ronaldo then shouted “Are you crazy?”, While the other guy is being controlled by security forces. The 34-year-old striker scowled, until teammate Gianluigi Buffon came to ease the situation.

In the match against Leverkusen, Ronaldo was twice disturbed by the fans. At the end of the match, another fan ran into the field with the intention of hugging Ronaldo, but the Juventus striker seemed confused. In the past, he had many affable times when fans approached him on the field.

Ronaldo scored a goal in the 2-0 victory over Leverkusen in the last match of Group D Champions League, helping Juventus into the 1/8 round with 16 points after six matches. Despite scoring, the Portuguese striker repeatedly proved unhappy in the match. In the match in Germany, Ronaldo missed many opportunities and was once denied a goal because of an offside error.

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Arsenal fans demanded to kick Ljungberg and call back Emery

This morning, the north London team continues to suffer another bad result in the Premier League. This time, they even lost to a small Brighton & Hove Albion (before there was never 3 points before any representative in Big Six).

Arsenal have now extended the winning streak to nine, while coach Freddie Ljungberg has only won one point after two matches, although the nearest two rivals are just poor Norwich City and Brighton is not better.

According to the pictures taken and posted by Bleacher Report Football, the Emirates Stadium fans held up placards or banners with the words “Frddie OUT”, “Ljungberg OUT, and” in Unai we trust. “(Similar to their trust in Wenger before).

Remember, before Unai Emery had to leave in the middle of last week, Arsenal fans also booed and protested him with signs on the stands with the words “no tatics, no formation, EmeryOUT” and even dismissal in Congress by writing and signing a form on paper.

Now, it is clear that Arsenal are in a state of turmoil and do not know when they will win again because they no longer scare anyone. But it is also difficult to understand when the fans there act like that, in the context that Ljungberg has only been able to take control of only two matches.

Arsenal fans are very disappointed with what happened over the years, both in terms of expertise and the backstage of the club.

The north London team continue to have another draw in the Premier League. Last time, they were held by Crystal Palace, while last night it was Wolverhampton’s turn to surprise at the Emirates. The bad results plus the backstage seem to be putting Arsenal in a crisis of confidence.

Recently, on Twitter, there has been a bad story about coach Unai Emery – who is said to be in a serious conflict with Mesut Ozil and has not allowed him to play too much since coming to power in north of London since last summer.

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The rookies that are highly-expected by the fans in the Champions League (Part 1)

The top football tournament in Europe for the 2019-2020 season has many young talents that are highly-expected by fans.

Ansu Fati (Barcelona)

After debuting in the first round of La Liga, as the youngest player in Barca history for nearly 80 years (16 years and 298 days), Ansu Fabi was coached by coach Valverde at the beginning of the second half in the context of the second half. The home team is 1-0 down by Osasuna. After 5 minutes of presence, in 51 minutes, Ansu Fati made Barca fans excited when he headed to equalize 1-1 for the Catalan team.

With a goal at 16 years and 304 days, Ansu Fati became the youngest player to score for Barca in La Liga and the third youngest in this tournament, after Fabrice Olinga (16 years and 98 days) and Iker Muniain (16 years and 289) day).

Immediately after the match, Ansu Fati was mentioned with a high frequency on social networks. Hundreds of thousands of fans expect young Guinea-Bissau young talents to bring quality back-up solutions to the La Liga champions in the Champions League.

Erling Braut Håland (Red Bull Salzburg)

Erling Braut Håland (Norway) takes the position of the striker of Red Bull Salzburg Club (Austria). He has a large figure, good speed and the ability to kick 11m so easily cause waves with the enemy defense system.

Born in England but Håland devoted to recruiting Norwegian nationals in different age groups. In Norway U19 shirt, he scored a hat-trick against Scotland in a 5-4 victory. Håland also scored the only goal in the U19 match against Norway 1-1 in the UEFA U19 European Championship 2018.

In May 2019, Håland scored 9 goals in Norway’s match against Honduras 12-0 at the FIFA U20 World Cup 2019, thereby becoming the player with the most goals in a match. This is also Norway’s biggest victory in history and the worst defeat of Honduras ever.

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