Premier League History 92/93 to 18/19 seasons
The Premier League started in 92/93 and in that year Manchester United won the Premier League with 84 points. Aston Villa came second with 74 points. Norwich third with 72 points and Blackburn in fourth with 71 points. The top scorer was Teddy Sheringhamwith 32 goals.
Was yet again Manchester United who got their hands on the trophy with 92 points. In second it was Blackburn with 84 points. Newcastle came third with 77 points and Arsenal got the third place position. Top scorer was Andy Cole with 34 goals
In the 94/95 season for the first time it was not Manchester United who lifted the trophy it was Blackburn with 89 points. Manchester United in second with 88 points. In third Notts Forest 77 points and Liverpool in fourth with 74 points. The top scorer was Alan Shearer with 34 goals.
In 95/96 season Manchester United came first with 82 points second was Newcastle with 78 points Liverpool came third with 71 points and Aston Villa came fourth with 63 points. The top scorer was Alan Shearer with 31 goals.
In this season Manchester United won the premier League again and they got two in a row for the second time now in and they finished this season with their lowest so far even lower when they came second in the 94/95 season with 75. In second was Newcastle with 68 points and in the third position was Arsenal with 68 points and Liverpool in fourth also with 68 points. The top scorer was Alan Shearer with 25 goals .
This year Arsenal came first with 78 points and stopped Manchester United from winning it again. Manchester United came second with 77 points Liverpool came third with 65 points and Chelsea came fourth with 63 points and the top scorer was Dion Dublin/Micheal Owen/Chris Sutton all with 18 goals.
Manchester United came first with 79 points Arsenal came second with 78 points Chelsea cam third with 75 points and Leeds came fourth with 67 points. The top goalscorer was Floyd Hasslebank Micheal Owen and Dwight Yorke all with 18 goals
Manchester United won the league with 91 points Arsenal came second with 73 points Leeds came third with 69 points and Liverpool came fourth with 67 points and the top scorer was Teddy Sheringham with 22 goals.
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