- Chelsea ladies have won the 2019/2020 Women’s Super League
- The season was brought to an abrupt end due to the coronavirus pandemic
- Liverpool ladies are however relegated as they only managed six points from 16 games
Chelsea have been crowned the Women’s Super League Champions after having the best points-per-game ratio.
Liverpool have been relegated whilst Aston Villa have been promoted after being crowned Championship winners.
Although the female Blues were second on the table with one point behind Manchester City, Chelsea were declared winner because they had best points-per-game ratio as well as a game at hand with league finishing abruptly due to the coronavirus crisis.
The FA board made the decision to award the title to Chelsea on the basis of points-per-game system to decide the sporting outcome of the season, Emma Hayes' unbeaten side are therefore the Women’s Super League winners.
Chelsea who have a game in hand ended the season with 39 points behind Manchester City who have 40 points from 16 games.
Meanwhile, Liverpool men’s football team have been declared the most favourite British team in football according to a poll conducted by YouGov.
The soon to be crowned Premier League champions won 8.3 per cent of the votes from the general public among 16 clubs with their fiercest rivals Man United coming in second place.
According to YouGov, many factors were put into consideration including; clubs' management, players, fan culture, traditions and style of play before conducting the poll.
Supporters were also quizzed about which team they would likely watch on television and the results were filtered across age, gender, income, region, social grade and much more
Jurgen Klopp's men were able to combine all the parameters put in place to beat other clubs across their fanbase.
Liverpool's rise to the top of the game in the last few years and a recent Champions League win with the incoming league title, have won them a huge fanbase all over the world.
However, Legit.ng earlier reported that Olivier Giroud is concerned about himself and his teammates after they all returned to training amid the global pandemic.
The Frenchman claimed that their training routine in Chelsea's camp is having an adverse effect of them adding that almost all of his teammates have developed blisters.
Premier League is set to return on June 17, as the Blues look to cement their place in the top-four for next season's Champions League ahead of Man United, Tottenham and Arsenal.
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