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The last two choices on this list might surprise a few people, but here we go, starting with the current English Premier League champions, Manchester City.
Since being taken over by an Abu-Dhabi based consortium in September 2008, I wouldn't even like to guess how much money Manchester City have spent on players.
It's probably somewhere in the region of £400 million, which is an absolutely frightening and astonishing amount of money to have spent in just over four years.
The fact that the owners only have two trophies to show for it is almost disgraceful.
As soon as the owners took over, other clubs knew that City had the financial clout to afford inflated transfer fees for players who weren't even worth half of what City paid for them.
Samir Nasri, Emmanuel Adebayor and Roque Santa Cruz are just three examples off the top of my head.
They're worth nowhere near the inflated fees that City paid for them, and I think that deep down City officials know that and will probably have put that down to experience.
Anyway, getting back to the fact that they won the league with the last kick of the ball.
City dominated the league in the early part of last season, putting their opponents to the sword with a series of scintillating, eye-catching displays.
For one reason or another, they completely fell apart during the middle part of the season, and their lead at the top completely evaporated to the point that, after they lost to Arsenal at the beginning of April, they were eight points behind Manchester United with just six games to play.
Somehow, City managed to overhaul the deficit and, heading in to the final game of the season, both Manchester clubs were neck and neck at the top of the league, with either side knowing that a win would probably be enough to secure the title.
With United's game at Sunderland over, Sir Alex Ferguson's side had won the match and thought they'd won the title.
Down in Manchester, City went into injury time against QPR losing 2-1, and their fans must have been devastated at how their season had turned out.
All of a sudden, Edin Dzeko scored a late equalizer to make the score 2-2, and there was a chance, albeit a slim one, that if City scored again they'd become champions.
Roberto Mancini's side bombarded the QPR goal, and finally their persistence paid off after a pass from Mario Balotelli found Sergio Aguero, and the Argentine blasted the ball past the keeper to win the match and City their first championship in almost 45 years.
The reason why I've included City here is because despite their enormous wealth and the tremendous squad they've assembled, it came down to the last kick of the ball for them to win the title.
For a team that has the resources that City do, that was down to sheer luck rather than anything else.