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Football is now enduring quite a tough time amid the latest announcement of the breakaway European Super League.
The so-called top European clubs have gathered together to create their own inclusive league where only they can “compete.”
This action has caused an obvious frustration among fans and football people, and UEFA alongside FIFA are threatening to ban those teams from playing in their domestic leagues.
With that in mind there are teams that can be top again in the Premier League, should the top six Super League clubs (Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Tottenham and Arsenal) be excluded from the England top flight.
Here are top 5 clubs, who have had quite a successful history in the past, winning many trophies and now have a chance to do it again.
Everton have had a quite a rich history, having won 9 First Division/Premier League titles, 5 FA Cups, 9 FA Charity Shields, a European Winners’ Cup and many more.
Under their new manager Carlo Ancelotti the Toffees are aiming to play in the European football next season and with this Super League project in the process they might have even bigger chance.
The Merseyside club are currently eighth in the Premier League standings with 49 points.
Leeds United have been enjoying quite a good campaign this season, having been promoted to the Premier League for the first time in 16 years.
The Whites are currently 10th in the standings and have equal 46 points with Arsenal, who are top club in the Super League.
Leeds have had quite a title-rich history, with 3 First Division/Premier League trophies, an FA Cup, an EFL Cup, two Inter-Cities Fairs Cups and more.
Under Marcelo Bielsa Leeds have a huge opportunity as well to be promoted to the European football and be in the top places in the England top flight.
With their 7 First Division/Premier League titles, Aston Villa can be considered among the title-rich clubs in England.
Besides that the Villa have also won 7 FA Cups, 5 League Cups / EFL Cups, an European Cup / UEFA Champions League and many more.
Last season Aston Villa stayed at the England top flight thanks to that one point that saved them from relegation and this season they are 11th in the standings with 44 points.
Wolves are another club who can use this chance to be promoted to the European football once again and secure top places in the England top flight.
Throughout their history the Old Gold had won 3 First Division/Premier League titles, 4 FA Cups, 2 Football League Cups and more.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s side are currently 12th in the Premier League standings with 41 points.
Throughout their history, Newcastle United have won numerous trophies as well, including: 4 First Division/Premier League titles, 6 FA Cups, an Inter-Cities Fairs Cup and more.
With currently being 15th in the England top flight with 35 points and with the current circumstances, the Magpies could be boosted to become a title-winning team again.