There are no prizes for guessing which clubs are fuelled with hatred towards the ownership of their chosen club, especially after the failed European Super League attempt by the so-called members of the 'Big Six'.
All fans were asked on a scale of 1-10 (1 being not optimistic at all, 10 being very optimistic) to see how they feel about this season. There will be no surprise to see Manchester City fans scored a 9.09 following the signing of Jack Grealish for £100m and the years of splashing the cash that has helped them secure five Premier League titles, three of which have come under their current manager, Pep Guardiola.
Leicester City and Brighton make up the Premier League’s most loved owners, however, with the Foxes chairman receiving the biggest seal of approval of 94.6% of fans feeling they are right for the job six seasons after winning the Premier League and a few months after claiming the FA Cup.
Aston Villa fans are also very confident with the current ownership, despite the sale of Grealish. However, just like they did when they won the play-offs back in 2019, pretty much all of this money has gone back into the club with the acquisition of Danny Ings, Leon Bailey, and Emi Buendia to help fill the void of their former captain.
In spite of the European Super League fallout towards the end of last season, Chelsea fans are still loving life under Roman Abramovich as 75.7% continue to support the Russian in his pursuit to reclaim Premier League gold.
Leeds United's owners are also having plenty of fun under Aser Group Holding (63%) 49ers Enterprises (37%) as their ownership, with 80.3% of the fanbase happy with how all is operated at Elland Road. The same applies to Everton's ownership under Farhad Moshiri, as 75.4% of the Toffees' fans have faith in him.
Liverpool fans are being completely split down the middle, however, as the FSG regime has just over half (54.2%) of Reds fans believe John Henry is the right man to lead the club forward. No doubt this figure has changed after yet another torrid transfer window.