2011–12 Premier League

The 2011–12 Premier League (known as the Barclays Premier League due to its sponsorship by the Barclays bank) was the 20th season of the Premier League since its establishment in 1992. The season began on 13 August 2011 and ended on 13 May 2012 with Manchester City sealing their first league title since 1968 with victory over Queens Park Rangers on the final day. The title was City’s first Premier League success, making them the fifth club to win the Premier League in its 20-year history.[3] City finished level on 89 points with Manchester United, but their goal difference was eight better than their local rivals’, making it the first time the Premier League had been won on goal difference and the first time a club previously relegated from the Premier League had won the title.

The league was contested by 20 teams, 17 returning from the 2010–11 season and three promoted from the Football League Championship. Championship winners Queens Park Rangers and runners-up Norwich City gained automatic promotion whilst Swansea City gained promotion through the Football League Championship play-offs beating Reading 4–2 in May 2011 becoming the first non-English team to play in the Premier League in the history of the division. All three promoted clubs avoided relegation for the first time since the 2001–02 campaign. The season was voted as the greatest Premier League season in the Premier League 20 Seasons Awards.[4]

Contents

Season summary[edit]

Manchester City won the title in a tense finale, their first championship since 1968. City’s local rivals Manchester United were the early pace-setters, leading the table until October when they drew at Liverpool allowing Manchester City to overtake them. The following week, City increased their lead to five points with a shock 6–1 away victory at Old Trafford, which they maintained until December, when they dropped points and their lead narrowed, but City remained in front until March, when a defeat at Swansea City saw them drop behind United. City’s bad form continued for the next month while United went on a winning run, so that with six matches remaining United were eight points ahead of City and the title seemingly decided. However, United then faltered with a defeat and a draw in their next two games, while City won all three to narrow the gap to three points. City then beat United 1–0 at the City of Manchester Stadium to move back ahead of United on goal difference. Both sides won their penultimate matches to maintain the status quo.

Going into the final matches, which were played simultaneously, City were top of the league, ahead of Manchester United on goal difference. However, a Wayne Rooney goal away to Sunderland gave United the advantage. A 39th-minute goal from Pablo Zabaleta, his first of the season, put City back on top at half time. In a dramatic second half Djibril Cissé equalised for Queens Park Rangers in the 48th minute. Shortly after, Joey Barton of QPR was sent off for elbowing Carlos Tevez; on his way off the pitch, he kicked Sergio Agüero, attempted to headbutt Vincent Kompany and squared up to Mario Balotelli. Despite the numerical advantage, City went behind after Jamie Mackie gave QPR the lead in the 66th minute. As time wound down in both matches, it appeared that Manchester United would win the title with their victory over Sunderland. But Edin Džeko equalised for City in the 92nd minute. While United players waited on the field at Sunderland for a possible trophy presentation, Manchester City’s Sergio Agüero scored the game winner in the 94th minute to clinch the title on goal difference.[5][6] The 6–1 loss was even more important than it seemed at the time, because if the score had been 2–1 then both teams would have ended with identical records (points, goal difference, goals scored, win record, etc.) which by Premier League rules would have meant a play-off game at a neutral ground to decide the title.[7]

For most of the season, Tottenham Hotspur were in third place, a couple of points behind the Manchester clubs, and there was much speculation as to whether Tottenham could mount a title challenge. However, from late February onward their season collapsed, starting with a 5–2 defeat to local rivals Arsenal, who they had been 10 points ahead of before the game, and just four wins in their last 13 games condemned Tottenham to finishing a point below Arsenal, who finished third to join Manchester City and Manchester United in the UEFA Champions League,[8] completing a strong recovery from a disastrous start to the season including an 8–2 defeat at Manchester United in August. Tottenham finished in the fourth and final Champions League slot but missed out on qualification for the competition because Chelsea’s victory in the 2012 Champions League Final automatically entitled them to defend their title in the 2012–13 tournament at the expense of the lowest ranked team that would otherwise qualify for the competition through league position. This was the first time that this rule had been implemented in the Premier League, having been introduced by UEFA after Liverpool’s controversial qualification for the 2005–06 UEFA Champions League. This consequently marked the first time that the club finishing fourth in the Premier League had not qualified for the tournament since the fourth qualifying spot was introduced in the 2001–02 season. Newcastle United finished fifth and qualified for the 2012–13 UEFA Europa League.[9] Everton finished 7th, just above local rivals Liverpool. Despite finishing above them for the first time in seven years, it was Liverpool who claimed the final Europa League slot, by virtue of winning the 2011–12 Football League Cup.[10]

Elsewhere in the league, QPR avoided relegation, despite losing to Manchester City; Bolton Wanderers could only draw at Stoke City, failing to overtake QPR, and therefore joining Blackburn Rovers and Wolverhampton Wanderers in being relegated to the Championship. For the second time in the Premier League’s history, none of the three clubs promoted from the Championship in the previous season were relegated at the end of the season with the other two teams, Swansea City and Norwich City, finishing 11th and 12th respectively. The last time all three newly promoted teams stayed up (2001–02), Blackburn and Bolton were two of those teams.

Liverpool’s Luis Suárez was found guilty of racially abusing Manchester United’s Patrice Evra and was given an eight-match ban.

Teams[edit]

The teams ending the 2010–11 season in the bottom three places of the table were relegated to the 2011–12 Football League Championship. West Ham United finished in last place, ending the East London side’s six-year tenure in the league. Blackpool and Birmingham City both joined them in relegation, following dramatic games on the last day of the season.

Queens Park Rangers as 2010–11 Football League Championship winners and runners-up Norwich City were directly promoted at the end of the season. Queens Park Rangers appeared in the Premier League for the first time in 15 years, while Norwich City returned after a six-year absence and two successive promotions, becoming the first team since Manchester City to do so in 11 years. The last team to be promoted was decided by the Championship play-off final on 30 May 2011, where Swansea City defeated Reading 4–2 to become the first Welsh-based team to enter the Premier League.[11][12]

Stadiums and locations[edit]

Arsenal

Aston Villa

Blackburn Rovers

Bolton Wanderers

Chelsea

Everton

Fulham

Liverpool

Manchester City

Manchester United

Newcastle United

Norwich City

QPR

Stoke City

Sunderland

Swansea City

Tottenham Hotspur

West Brom

Wigan Athletic

Wolverhampton Wanderers


Locations of the 2011–12 Premier League teams

  • 1 Though the official name of the stadium was Sports Direct Arena,[15] it was more commonly referred to as St James’ Park, before its change back to St. James Park in the 2012/13 season after Newcastle United signed a new sponsorship deal with Wonga.com.
  • 2 Molineux underwent redevelopment during the 2011–12 season. The season began with capacity limited to 24,259, but increased with the opening of the bottom of a two-tier new stand during September 2011.[16]

Personnel and kits[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

  • 1 According to current revision of List of English Football League managers
  • 2 Following Virgin Money’s acquisition of Northern Rock on 1 January 2012, Virgin Money started to appear on the team’s kits from 4 January 2012.[18]
  • 3 Malaysia Airlines appeared on Queens Park Rangers’ home kit, with Air Asia appearing on their two away kits.[19]
  • 4 Aurasma is a subsidiary of Autonomy
  • 5Stiliyan Petrov was Villa’s captain until March, when he was diagnosed with acute leukaemia. Gabriel Agbonlahor was handed the captaincy in Petrov’s absence.[20]
  • 6Chris Samba was previously Blackburn’s captain. Following Samba’s transfer to Anzhi Makhachkala, Robinson was handed the captaincy.[21]
  • 7On 7 December 2011, Vidić twisted his knee during United’s Champions League clash at Basel and left the field on a stretcher.[22] Vidic missed the rest of the season and Patrice Evra assumed the captaincy of Manchester United.[23]
  • 8 Queens Park Rangers ran sponsorless until 12 September 2011

In addition, Nike will have a new design for their match ball (white from August to October and March to May; high-visibility yellow from November through February) called Seitiro, featuring a modified flame design.[24]

Managerial changes[edit]

League table[edit]

Source: Premier League
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored
1Chelsea won the Champions League and thus qualified for the group stage as defending champions, forfeiting their spot in the Europa League as FA Cup winners. This meant that Tottenham were to compete in the Europa League group stage, since, pursuant to the rules in effect at the time, only four clubs from the Premier League could play in the Champions League. Fifth-placed Newcastle United, who originally participated directly in the group stage, were pushed one round back.
2Liverpool won the League Cup and thus qualified for the Europa League third qualifying round.
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (E) = Eliminated; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round.
Only applicable when the season is not finished:
(Q) = Qualified to the phase of tournament indicated; (TQ) = Qualified to tournament, but not yet to the particular phase indicated; (RQ) = Qualified to the relegation tournament indicated; (DQ) = Disqualified from tournament.

Results[edit]

Updated to match(es) played on 13 May 2012. Source: Premier League
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Season statistics[edit]

Hat-tricks[edit]
Main article: List of Premier League hat-tricks

  • 4 Player scored four goals

Clean sheets[edit]

  • Most clean sheets: 17[1]
    • Manchester City
  • Fewest clean sheets: 3[1]
    • Blackburn Rovers
    • Bolton Wanderers
    • Norwich City

Discipline[edit]

Club[edit]

  • Worst overall disciplinary record (1 point per yellow card, 2 points per red card):
    • Chelsea: 77 points (69 yellow & 4 red cards)[60]
  • Best overall disciplinary record:
    • Swansea City: 43 points (39 yellow & 2 red cards)[60]
  • Most yellow cards: 69[60]
    • Chelsea
  • Most red cards: 9[61]
    • Queens Park Rangers

Player[edit]

1 Retrospectively suspended for three matches, using video evidence.[62]

20,000th goal[edit]

On 21 December in a 2–1 loss to Arsenal at Villa Park, Marc Albrighton of Aston Villa was officially credited with the 20,000th goal scored since the formation of the Premier League in 1992. He was given £20,000 from league sponsor Barclays to donate to a charity of his choice. He chose Acorns Children’s Hospice, who used to sponsor Aston Villa.[63]

Awards[edit]

Monthly awards[edit]

Annual awards[edit]

PFA Player of the Year[edit]

The PFA Players’ Player of the Year was awarded to Robin van Persie.[77]

FWA Footballer of the Year[edit]

The FWA Footballer of the Year was also awarded to Robin van Persie.[78]

PFA Young Player of the Year[edit]

The PFA Young Player of the Year was awarded to Kyle Walker.[79]

PFA Team of the Year[edit]

Goalkeeper: Joe Hart (Manchester City)
Defence: Kyle Walker (Tottenham Hotspur), Vincent Kompany (Manchester City), Fabricio Coloccini (Newcastle United), Leighton Baines (Everton)
Midfield: David Silva, Yaya Touré (both Manchester City), Scott Parker, Gareth Bale (both Tottenham Hotspur)
Attack: Robin van Persie (Arsenal), Wayne Rooney (Manchester United)

Barclays Player of the Season[edit]

The Barclays Player of the Season award was won by Vincent Kompany of Manchester City.[81]

Premier League Manager of the Season[edit]

Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew, 50, received the Premier League Manager of the Season.[81] Pardew was the first Newcastle manager to receive the award, and only the second Englishman after Harry Redknapp to do so.

Barclays Golden Boot[edit]

The Barclays Golden Boot award went to Robin van Persie, who scored 30 goals throughout the season.

Barclays Golden Glove[edit]

The Barclays Golden Glove award was won by Joe Hart of Manchester City, who achieved 17 clean sheets. Narrowly beating Tim Krul of Newcastle United who achieved 15 clean sheets.

Premier League Goal of the season[edit]

The Goal of the Season award was given to Papiss Cissé of Newcastle United for his second goal in their 2–0 victory against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on 28 April, becoming the first player for the club to win the award since its inception.

Barclays Premier League Fair Play Award[edit]

Swansea City won the Fair Play Award after finishing the 2011–12 Premier League top of the Fair Play Table. The award for best behaved fans went to Norwich.[82]

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  • Competition

    Statistics and awards

    Finances

    Associated competitions

    Football Conference

    Level 7–8

    Level 9–10

    European competitions

    Related to national teams


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