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10 top least competitive league in europe
« on: September 24, 2011, 11:32:42 AM »
1. SCOTTISH PREMIER LEAGUE:
26 YEARS OF RANGERS AND
CELTIC
Not since the 1984/85 season, when
Alex Ferguson led Aberdeen to the
top spot, has a side other than
Rangers or Celtic finished Scottish
champions. Celtic have picked up
nine titles and Rangers have won 17
in that period, while Rangers are 7-6
ahead of Celtic since the SPL's
formation in 1998/99.
2. UKRAINIAN PREMIER LEAGUE:
19 YEARS OF SHAKTAR
DONETSK AND DYNAMO KYIV
Kyiv walked away with nine titles in
a row after dislodging Tavriya
Simferopol as champions in
1992/93. They lead current holders
Shakhtar Donetsk 13-6 in total titles
won during the past 19 seasons.
3. GREEK SUPER LEAGUE: 17
YEARS OF PANATHINAIKOS
AND OLYMPIACOS
Panathinaikos and Olympiacos have
shared all 17 Greek league trophies
since AEK Athens finished top in
1993/94, while Olympiacos have
dominated within that period with 13
titles.
4. (JOINT) PORTUGUESE
PRIMEIRA LIGA: NINE YEARS OF
PORTO AND BENFICA
Porto have won seven of the nine
league titles in Portugal since
2002/03, while Benfica have picked
up the other two in 2004/05 and
2009/10. Sporting Lisbon finished
above both sides in 2001/02, a year
after Boavista won the title
(becoming only the second team,
after Belenenses in 1946, other than
Porto, Benfica or Sporting to be
crowned Potuguese champions).
4. (JOINT) CROATIAN PREMIER
LEAGUE: NINE YEARS OF
DINAMO ZAGREB AND HAJDUK
SPLIT
Dinamo have dominated in Croatia
recently, collecting the last six league
titles and seven of the last nine, with
Hajduk Split winning back-to-back
trophies from 2002/03. NK Zagreb
were the last team to break their
dominance in 2001/02.
6. SWISS SUPER LEAGUE: EIGHT
YEARS OF FC BASEL AND FC
ZURICH
Reigning champions FC Basel have
won five of the last eight Super
Leagues while rivals FC Zurich
picked up the other three.
Grasshopper Club beat FC Basel to
the trophy in 2002/03.
7. (JOINT) SERIE A: SEVEN
YEARS OF AC MILAN AND INTER
Juventus' 2002/03 title winning
campaign was the last time neither
of the Milanese sides officially won
Serie A. Juve thought they'd won it
in 2004/05 and 2005/06, but they
were stripped of their titles and
relegated when they were found
guilty of match fixing. The 2005 title
was subsequently awarded to
nobody, but Inter were given the
2006 trophy, meaning that since
2003 the latter have racked up five
championships, while Milan have
won two.
7. (JOINT) PREMIER LEAGUE:
SEVEN YEARS OF MAN UNITED
AND CHELSEA
Arsenal's unbeaten 'Invincibles'
clinched the 2003/04 Premier
League, but it's been all Man United
and Chelsea from then onwards.
The Blues topped the tree in
2004/05, 2005/06 and 2009/10,
while the Red Devils have picked up
the other four. In that time, only
Arsenal (once in 2005) and Liverpool
(once in 2009) have managed to
break these two clubs' monopoly of
the top two places.
7. (JOINT) LA LIGA: SEVEN
YEARS OF BARCELONA AND
REAL MADRID
Rafael Benitez at Valencia was the
last manager to deny Barcelona and
Real Madrid La Liga's top prize in the
same year. Real Madrid have been
crowned champions twice and
Barcelona five times in the past
seven seasons.
10. DANISH SUPERLIGA: SIX
YEARS OF FC COPENHAGEN AND
AaB
Copenhagen beat OB to their third
Danish title on the spin last season
and they've won five of the last six
in total. AaB picked up their first
league trophy since 1998/99 to put
the brakes on their rivals dominance
back in 2007/08.
DINAMO ZAGREB AND HAJDUK
SPLIT
Dinamo have dominated in Croatia
recently, collecting the last six league
titles and seven of the last nine, with
Hajduk Split winning back-to-back
trophies from 2002/03. NK Zagreb
were the last team to break their
dominance in 2001/02.
6. SWISS SUPER LEAGUE: EIGHT
YEARS OF FC BASEL AND FC
ZURICH
Reigning champions FC Basel have
won five of the last eight Super
Leagues while rivals FC Zurich
picked up the other three.
Grasshopper Club beat FC Basel to
the trophy in 2002/03.
7. (JOINT) SERIE A: SEVEN
YEARS OF AC MILAN AND INTER
Juventus' 2002/03 title winning
campaign was the last time neither
of the Milanese sides officially won
Serie A. Juve thought they'd won it
in 2004/05 and 2005/06, but they
were stripped of their titles and
relegated when they were found
guilty of match fixing. The 2005 title
was subsequently awarded to
nobody, but Inter were given the
2006 trophy, meaning that since
2003 the latter have racked up five
championships, while Milan have
won two.
7. (JOINT) PREMIER LEAGUE:
SEVEN YEARS OF MAN UNITED
AND CHELSEA
Arsenal's unbeaten 'Invincibles'
clinched the 2003/04 Premier
League, but it's been all Man United
and Chelsea from then onwards.
The Blues topped the tree in
2004/05, 2005/06 and 2009/10,
while the Red Devils have picked up
the other four. In that time, only
Arsenal (once in 2005) and Liverpool
(once in 2009) have managed to
break these two clubs' monopoly of
the top two places.
7. (JOINT) LA LIGA: SEVEN
YEARS OF BARCELONA AND
REAL MADRID
Rafael Benitez at Valencia was the
last manager to deny Barcelona and
Real Madrid La Liga's top prize in the
same year. Real Madrid have been
crowned champions twice and
Barcelona five times in the past
seven seasons.
10. DANISH SUPERLIGA: SIX
YEARS OF FC COPENHAGEN AND
AaB
Copenhagen beat OB to their third
Danish title on the spin last season
and they've won five of the last six
in total. AaB picked up their first
league trophy since 1998/99 to put
the brakes on their rivals dominance
back in 2007/08.





































































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