Season Finished

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Cheltenham Town F.C. - History - New Leadership
... Early in the 2008–09 season Keith Downing parted company with Cheltenham Town and was replaced—within two days—by Martin Allen, who had been a candidate after Ward's ... The season finished on a low note even though Cheltenham had used 51 players, they had conceded over 100 goals in all competitions, and they were relegated back to League Two on the penultimate day of the season ... As the 2009–10 season started in July, Allen sold a few players and brought in new ones, including Robins legend Julian Alsop and former Tottenham ...
Fleet Town F.C. - History
... The season later the club made its debut in the FA Cup, making the Second Qualifying Round, before losing to Horsham 3–0 ... League staying there until the league was extended for the 1984–85 season ... the Combined Counties League for two seasons, followed by a season in the Surrey County Senior League and then a season in the Surrey County Premier ...
Eastbourne Borough F.C. - History - Climb To The Conference: The Wilson Years 1999–2012
... After their first season in the Southern Football League Eastern Division, they finished 9th in the table, the club chairman, Len Smith, announced on 26 May 2001 that the club was to ... In their second season they finished seventh, and in the following season finished second, losing out on the title on goal difference to Dorchester Town ... Though they only finished 11th in their first season in the Premier Division, as the league system was changed the club were qualified to be one of the ...

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