Thanks for the advice. As I said in the post above, I probably won't root for any big 6 club, too much of a bandwagon move to me imo, especially Liverpool since they're bitter rivals with United. Would also prefer a PL club since I can actually watch those games lol. Currently liking what I see from the Wolves but I'm unsure if jumping to the best team outside the top 6 last season is a non-bandwagon move.
Any no nonsense clubs? I know I'm being a huge bandwagon here but I quit being a United fan after Jose got sacked. I don't care if the club isn't good, I just want to watch a club where people are trying their best.Given that we are in a Celtics forum, I guess the obvious choices would be the Merseyside clubs (Everton, Liverpool) due to strong connections with Ireland or Man Utd (also strong connections with Ireland, prior to being renamed ''Manchester United'' they were considering the name ''Manchester Celtic'').
Outside of the Premier League, there is also Glasgow Celtic (Scottish team) and Celta Vigo (Spanish team from Galicia which is considered by some as the 7th Celtic nation). Celtic wears green and white (just like the Celtics). Celta wears light blue shirts and white shorts.
As for the no-nonsense style of play, the Spurs under Pochettino are the epitome of a no-nonsense club these days. All the Mourinho teams are no-nonsense teams as well.
Everton aren't considered a top 6 team. The top 6 are Man City, Man Utd, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham (in random order). I guess Everton would be the 7th best team, but there's a big gap separating them from the 6th best team.
Chances are that Wolves aren't gonna sustain the same level of performances going forward. Historically they 've spent many seasons in the lower divisions. I like them a lot though too.