Given how good punters are these days the odds of fair catching anything in field goal range tend to be pretty slim.
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Before the Premier League during the seventies and eighties the 'Big Five' were Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal, Tottenham and Everton.
In the Premier League for a number of years only Arsenal and Manchester United would have qualified for this elite group.
Manchester United (15)
Others: Newcastle (4), Leeds (3), Aston Villa (1), Blackburn (1), Everton (1), Nottingham Forest (1).
During this same time period, Tottenham never finished higher than 5th (twice), and Manchester City never finished higher than 8th (once) while also being relegated twice.
So from the early stages of the Premier League, it was pretty clear that there were 4 clubs....and then everybody else. And so the moniker stuck.
BTW, re: Manchester City "buying" titles, if you're going to levy that against City, you need to include Chelsea too. Abramovich's billions is what brought titles to the Blues.
A one-point safety in college football happens when a team blocks an extra point attempt and carries the ball back into their own end zone and is then stopped in their end zone. The team that attempted the extra point is awarded one point for a safety.