The Title no Premier League Club wanted to win

Share Article looks back at another hugely entertaining football season, 2012/13 may have lacked the pizzazz on the pitch when compared to last year but the drama was clear for all to see off it, as records were broken on the treatment table. We highlight some of the main discussion points to produce an insightful injury overview of the British Premier League.

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" .... this is the title no-one wants to win!"

Newcastle United triumph in the league at a canter, Chelsea finish their campaign second from bottom and big spending Manchester City struggle to break into the top half of the table. The champions will not celebrate their accomplishments, there will be no open top parade, for this is the title no-one wants to win! are considered a definitive resource for injury data analysis for the British Premier League and our end of season review draws to a close another very eventful year. The report provides a comprehensive overview for the 2012/13 season detailing a variety of injury related facts and trends, a must-see for all followers of football.

From the team who suffered almost double the Premier League average for the number of days lost to the club who played 69 competitive games and still maintained one of the best records in the league, our analysis offers an injury insight into each and every top-flight club.

From the player whose injury cost his team Champions League qualification to a freakish turn of events which saw one club contribute to over a third of the Premier League total to the unfortunate defensive losses and the monetary implications of player absence. Our end-of-season review will not only provide the answers but will encourage you to ask more questions.

As a resource our reputation is second-to-none and our standing as a key authority in this area is renowned globally. Our works receive regular recognition both nationally and on an international stage with our analysis and insight providing a statistical realisation to topical media discussions.

For regular Premier League injury updates you can follow our Twitter feed @physioroom or listen to talkSPORT radio throughout the season for our weekend round-up on player availability.

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