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Chelsea’s Title Won With Lowest Player Turnover Rate

Tue 6th Jun 2017 | Football Club Management

Chelsea’s title winning team had the lowest turnover of players with the first 11 playing 85.5% of the total minutes of games for the season.

Research by CIES Football Observatory shows the turnover strategies followed in domestic league matches of the 2016/17 season by clubs from 27 top division European leagues.

Chelsea holds the record for the highest percentage of minutes played by the 11 most employed footballers at 85.5%. In total, Chelsea fielded 24 players on their way to the title.

Scottish Premiership runners up Aberdeen fielded just 22 players with the first 11 playing 84.2% of all the minutes played during the season.

Conversely, Europa League winners Manchester United, followed a radically different strategy with the highest turnover rate at 62.8%, fielding a total of 31 players throughout the season.

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Posted by: Aaron Gourley 

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