Luton Sixth Form College

Luton Sixth Form College is a sixth form college situated in Luton, Bedfordshire.

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1989–90 In English Football - Diary of The Season
... He is only the sixth manager to have taken charge of West Ham since their formation in 1900. 21 August 1989 – Luton Town pay a club record £650,000 for striker Lars Elstrup from Danish side OB Odense ... end when Liverpool and Norwich City both lose 4–1 away from home, to Southampton and Luton Town respectively ...
2005–06 In English Football - Diary of The Season
... Sheffield United lead the table with Reading in second place, ahead of newly-promoted Luton Town on goal difference ... Luton, Wolves, Watford and Leeds make up the rest of the top six ... while a disappointing Manchester United and Arsenal are sixth and seventh respectively ...
1985–86 In English Football - Diary of The Season
... Manchester United's 100% start to the season ends as they draw 1–1 at Luton Town, leaving them one game short of the record 11-match winning start set by Tottenham Hotspur in 1960-61 ... Also struggling are Swansea City, who finished sixth in the First Division in 1982 and now occupy 21st place in the Third Division. 1986 - Everton become the only team not to require a replay to reach the FA Cup sixth round when they win 2–1 away to Tottenham Hotspur ...
Luton Sixth Form College - Alumni - Luton Grammar School
... from 1969–77 Ivor Clemitson, Labour MP from 1974-9 for Luton East James Dyer, archaeologist, writer and author of the school centenary history Rhubarb and Custard (2004) Dennis Farr CBE ...

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