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Season 2000-01

The FA Premier League 2000–01 season was the third season running which ended with Manchester United as champions and Arsenal as runners-up. Sir Alex Ferguson (who had been knighted in June 1999) became the first manager to win three successive English league titles, although three teams (Arsenal, Huddersfield and Liverpool) had achieved that feat in the past – but with managerial changes in between. Liverpool, meanwhile, managed a unique cup treble – winning the FA Cup, League Cup and UEFA Cup. They also finished third in the Premiership and qualified for the Champions League; they had not played in the European Cup since the 1985 final at Heysel in which their fans were accused of killing 39 spectators, and were given a six-year ban from European competition.

UEFA Cup places went to Leeds United, Chelsea, Ipswich Town, and Aston Villa, who qualified via the Intertoto Cup. None of the top six clubs in the Premiership had an English manager. The most successful English manager in the 2000–01 Premiership campaign was Peter Reid, whose Sunderland side finished seventh, having spent most of the season challenging for a place in Europe, and briefly occupied second place in the Premiership table.

Despite the success achieved by Sir Alex Ferguson and Gérard Houllier, the Manager of the Year Award went to George Burley. The Ipswich Town manager was in charge of a newly promoted side who began the season as relegation favourites and on a limited budget, guided his team to fifth place in the Premiership final table and a place in the UEFA Cup for the first time in almost 20 years. 2000–01 was perhaps the best season yet for newly promoted teams in the Premiership. Charlton Athletic finished ninth, their highest finish since the 1950s. The only newly promoted team to suffer relegation was Manchester City, who in the space of seven seasons had now been relegated four times and promoted twice. Relegated in bottom place were Bradford City, whose return to the top division after almost 80 years was over after just two seasons. The next relegation place went to Coventry City, who were finally relegated after 34 successive seasons of top division football, which had brought numerous relegation battles and league finishes no higher than sixth place.

Source: Wikipedia - The Free Encyclopedia

Season matches ordered by date

1.clubNameManchester United
4.clubNameLeeds United
5.clubNameIpswich Town
8.clubNameAston Villa
9.clubNameCharlton Athletic
11.clubNameNewcastle United
12.clubNameTottenham Hotspur
13.clubNameLeicester City
15.clubNameWest Ham United
17.clubNameDerby County
18.clubNameManchester City
19.clubNameCoventry City
20.clubNameBradford City

Full standing - Home, Away, Total

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4.Leeds UnitedLeeds United00000:0000000:00382081064:4368
5.Ipswich TownIpswich Town00000:0000000:00382061257:4266
8.Aston VillaAston Villa00000:0000000:003813151046:4354
9.Charlton AthleticCharlton Athletic00000:0000000:003814101450:5752
11.Newcastle UnitedNewcastle United00000:0000000:00381491544:5051
12.Tottenham HotspurTottenham Hotspur00000:0000000:003813101547:5449
13.Leicester CityLeicester City00000:0000000:00381461839:5148
15.West Ham UnitedWest Ham United00000:0000000:003810121645:5042
17.Derby CountyDerby County00000:0000000:003810121637:5942
18.Manchester CityManchester City00000:0000000:00388102041:6534
19.Coventry CityCoventry City00000:0000000:00388102036:6334
20.Bradford CityBradford City00000:0000000:00385112230:7026