More than 50,000 posts were researched and analysed on Twitter, conducted over a two-week period to July 7th, using club-specific hashtags to determine which fanbase used the most colourful language.
A spokesman at Paddy Power said: “Now the Premier League is back, it’s been a good opportunity to take a seat on our socially-distanced sofas and become the ultimate armchair fan. And by doing that, it seems it’s been a sweary time for football fans, too.
“Top of the profanity Pops is relegation-threatened Watford, and it’s hardly a surprise that Jose Mourinho is causing Spurs fans to dish out expletives – we can only imagine what their blood pressure scores must look like.”
1. MANCHESTER UNITED
Ole's at the wheel and he appears to be driving the club and its fans in the right direction. Supporters have been keeping it clean on social media with just 0.9% of tweets containing foul language.
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Burnley fans - you're the second cleanest bunch on Twitter according to Paddy Power's research. Just 1.3% of posts on the social media site have contained distasteful text. Bravo.
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Judging by their posts on Twitter - you wouldn't think that Everton fans have just witnessed their arch rivals lift the Premier League trophy. Just 1.4% of posts have contained profane language.
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A good run in the Champions League, an FA Cup semi-final and a potential top four finish in the Premier League has kept Blues fans happy on social media. A total of 1.4% of their posts on Twitter have contained swear words.
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