Newcastle Top, West Ham 2nd, Wolves 3rd......
Sadly not the Premiership Table!
Premier League report on banning orders presently in place has Wolves in third (86) behind West Ham (91) and Newcastle, who account for nearly ten per cent of banning orders with 105, as of November 19th.
The good news is that banning orders have fallen by almost 400 compared to the prior season, a 10 per cent drop in football related arrests. Organizers are hoping the results will help England's bid to host the 2018 World Cup.