Every Premier League team ranked by average height – find out if your players are big or small!

first_img 20 11= Swansea – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.81m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 20 15. Manchester United – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.801m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 20 19. Manchester City – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.79m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 20 20 5. West Ham United – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.829m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 20 8= Tottenham – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.815m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 20 4. Everton – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.834m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 20 14. Leicester City – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.805m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 20 13. Chelsea – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.809m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 20 16. Newcastle United – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.8m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 20 2. Watford – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.837m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 1. West Brom – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.841m 3. Southampton – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.835m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… For years Arsenal have been criticised for their lack of height with Per Mertesacker, Laurent Koscielny and Olivier Giroud their only regular first-team outfield players who can in any way be thought of as tall.And their current reluctance to land a powerful midfielder like Nemanja Matic or Morgan Schneiderlin at rivals Chelsea and Manchester United has confused ex-pros and pundits alike.But how do Arsenal compare to the tallest and shortest teams in the Premier League?The Telegraph took a look at the average height of each team’s starting outfielders last weekend and you can see the results, from shortest to tallest, by clicking the right arrow above… 18. Norwich City – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.791m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 20 6. Stoke City – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.825m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 8= Liverpool – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.815m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 7. Sunderland – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.82m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 17. Bournemouth – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.793m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 20 20 11= Aston Villa – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.81m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 20 10. Crystal Palace – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.814m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 20 20. Arsenal – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.788metres. To find out where your club ranks, click the arrow above, right – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 20 20 20 20last_img read more

OUTRAGE AS KIDS BANNED FROM CLONES TERRACES FOR ULSTER FINAL

first_imgDONEGAL fans are set to be hit in the pocket by the GAA when they travel to Clones to watch the Ulster Final this Sunday.The organisation has just announced a BAN on all children under 16 from watching the match against Derry from some of the terraces.In a statement seen by donegaldaily.com, the GAA said the decision has been taken for health and safety reasons. It means adult fans who have already bought tickets for some terraces at Clones – and tickets for their children – will have to either return the tickets or leave their children at home.The cost of entry for under 16s remains €5, but parents will have to fork out extra money to take seats at the game.Tonight one senior Donegal GAA figure was furious with the decision – and its timing.“We are learning about this only this evening, a few days before the game,” said the official. “I am not going to argue with health and safety reasons which have been given by the GAA Ulster Council.“But many many people have already bought tickets through the clubs for the terraces because it’s all they can afford.“Now if they are taking their children to the game, they will have to pay extra to take them to the seated section.”Tonight GAA clubs throughout Donegal were trying to contact fans to warn them about the move – especially those who have bought mixed tickets for adults and children for the terraces.Jim McGuinness’s side take on Derry in the Ulster SFC Final on Sunday afternoon. OUTRAGE AS KIDS BANNED FROM CLONES TERRACES FOR ULSTER FINAL was last modified: July 14th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:ClonesDerryDonegal GAAticketslast_img read more