It's just as we always suspected … Cambridge United's 1990/91 season was the most exciting ever in English League football.
There's absolutely no arguing with that conclusion, because it's been worked out by proper data journalists at the Daily Telegraph.
They followed up a study by boffins at the University of Sussex, who found – again, as we always suspected – that football fans were more negatively affected by a loss than they were positively affected by a win.
Patrick Scott and his colleagues wanted to find out which clubs in the top four English divisions are historically the most and least exciting to support.
And the bit that says: 'Cambridge United's division three winning 1990/91 season was found to be the most exciting on record. Their second of three consecutive promotions saw them win 54 per cent of their league games and reach the quarter finals of the FA Cup.'
No great surprise to us, but thanks, Daily Telegraph for pointing it out to the world.
And no huge surprise about the identity, according to the research, of the Football League's least exciting club: Halifax Town.