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The Underrated English Club That Have Won More EPL Titles Than Chelsea

When we talk about great clubs in the history of the Premier League, clubs like Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United comes to mind. This is actually because of the great feats and missions that have been attained and accomplished by them in the area of trophy triumph.

Manchester United are the most successful club in the country having won 20 Premier league titles, 2 Champions league, 12 FA Cup, 1 Europa League and 5 English league Cups. They are trailed by Liverpool and Arsenal who are still very much in the contest to dethrone them.

While many of these big clubs are respected for their attainments, so many persons seem to forget the heroics of the smaller clubs. You might be wondering which underrated club have won more EPL titles than Chelsea, that is exactly what you are going to see.

Aston Villa have won seven (7) Premier league titles in history. They first won it in the year 1894, five years after the inception of the EPL. Subsequently, they repeated the same feat 6 more times (1896, 1897, 1899, 1900, 1910 and 1981) to position theirself as the fifth club with the highest number of EPL titles.

Chelsea on the other hand are one of the best clubs in the world, and currently the reigning champions of Europe. In their history, they have been able to win 6 EPL titles, the first of which was in 1955. The other five occasions were in 2005, 2006, 2010, 2015 and 2017.

Villa have not been able to win the trophy since 1981 due to a drop in the team's quality, and have even been relegated on several occasions. They are currently in the English top-flight and are placed 13th on the league table with 10 points from 9 matches.

Do you think Aston Villa can regain their position as one of the best clubs in England?

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