Barclaycard Football’s Fans’ Survey reveals pre-season expectations across the country

Write-up by Andrew Bond

Barclaycard has launched a Barclaycard Football’s Fans’ Survey to see how optimistic enthusiasts from across all of the football leagues really feel about their club’s prospective customers in the new period. To date, about five,700 followers have completed the survey, but there is nevertheless time for other people to have the probability to share their thoughts as well. The survey is currently being run in partnership with impartial study system the Football Enthusiasts Census and final benefits will be accessible prior to the season kick off. So significantly, the Barclaycard Football’s Fans’ Survey displays that the most optimistic fans in the nation are those of Swansea in League 1 with the leading ten most optimistic sets of supporters getting:1. Swansea – League twelve. Manchester United – Barclays Premier League3. Tottenham Hotspur – Barclays Premier League4. Chelsea – Barclays Premier League5. Peterborough United – League 26. Wolverhampton – Championship7. Liverpool – Barclays Premier League8. Millwall – League 19. Rochdale – League 210. Shrewsbury City – League 2In the Barclays Premier League, Manchester United fans are the most optimistic, obviously fancying their possibilities of retaining the title. The shock bundle, according to the survey, could be Martin Jol’s Spurs whose recent signings seem to be to have caught the creativeness of the White Hart Lane faithful.Confidence of fans at North London rivals Arsenal, even so, looks to have taken a dive subsequent the departure of talisman Thierry Henry to Barcelona. One more large profile exit that would seem to have broken supporters’ spirits is that of Sam Allardyce from Bolton Wanderers, even so, his arrival at St James Park appears to have stoked the enthusiasm of the Magpie faithful.In the Championship, optimism is riding high at Molineux, with Wolves followers the most confident in the division, carefully followed by followers of last season’s relegated teams Sheffield United, Watford and Charlton Athletic. Crystal Palace and freshly promoted Scunthorpe United are favourites for the drop based on responses from their followers.League 1 plays host to the most self-confident set of enthusiasts in the region with Swansea City supporters optimistic of a profitable campaign forward. At the other finish of that division, even so, it’s a familiar story at Elland Street for Leeds United’s long-struggling supporters as they confirm they are amongst the least hopeful enthusiasts in the region.Peterborough United player/supervisor Darren Ferguson makes it a loved ones double in League 2. Although followers of father Sir Alex’s Manchester United are the most optimistic in the Barclays Premier League, Posh fans are leading of the table for self-confidence in League 2. The Barclaycard Football’s Fans’ Survey has been launched by Barclaycard to mark the start of Barclaycard Football, a new card which provides fans % interest on period ticket purchases, rewards on shelling out and the chance to win when-in-a lifetime football prizes. Commenting on the survey, Amer Sajed, Head of UK Cards mentioned: “With the new time finding nearer, expectation levels are possibly sky higher or rock bottom and this is a fantastic probability to let other followers know how your club will do subsequent season.”Tim Gentles, Managing Director of the Football Followers Census, explained: “It will be intriguing to see if clubs can meet their fans’ expectations on the area.”About Barclaycard Barclaycard is a multi-brand credit card and customer loans organization which also processes card payments for retailers and merchants and problems credit and cost cards to corporate customers and the UK Federal government. It is 1 of Europe’s leading credit card businesses and has an rising presence in the United States.In the UK, Barclaycard comprises Barclaycard and Sky Card branded credit score cards and FIRSTPLUS secured lending. Barclaycard also manages card operations on behalf of Resolution Personal Finance.Barclaycard PR get in touch with:Andrew BondBarclaycard Press OfficeBarclaycard1234 Pavilion Drive Northampton NN4 7SG01604 251229

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Barclaycard PR contact:Andrew BondBarclaycard Press OfficeBarclaycard1234 Pavilion Drive Northampton NN4 7SG01604 251229