Swindon Town (1993-1994)
In just the second season of the Premier League, Swindon Town went 16 games before recording their first win against Queens Park Rangers.
They finished the campaign bottom in what has proved to be their only season of football in the Premier League ever.
During this season, although the Robins had no issues scoring goals, they most definitely had a problem keeping them out. In fact, they still hold the record of the most goals (100) conceded in a Premier League season. Having guided them to promotion via the play-offs, manager Glenn Hoddle departed the club after accepting the offer of managing Chelsea, and it is this change of management that may still haunt Swindon Town fans forever more.