Southend United

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Fossetts Farm Stadium - History - Planning Application and Setbacks
... In September 1999 Southend United announced that plans for a new multi-million pound stadium would be presented to council chiefs within weeks with ... The Southend United Supporters Club Trust (SUSCT) observed that the club was running out of time ... Members of Southend Council were equally eager to see some progress ...
1914–15 FA Cup - First Round Proper
... Gillingham Cardiff City Norwich City Exeter City Northampton Town Southend United West Ham United Brighton Hove Albion 32 matches were scheduled to be played on Saturday, 9 January 1915 ... Replay Birmingham 3–0 Crystal Palace 13 January 2 ... Blackpool 1–2 Sheffield United 9 January 3 ... Darlington 0–1 Bradford City 9 January 4 ... Bristol City 2–0 Cardiff City 9 ...
List Of Football League Trophy Winners - Finals
... Wembley Stadium (original) 80,841 Graham Turner 1989 Bolton Wanderers 4–1 Torquay United Wembley Stadium (original) 46,513 Phil Neal 1990 Tranmere ...
Stuart O'Keefe - Career - Southend United
... O'Keefe made his debut for Southend on 18 November 2008, at home to Telford United in the 2–0 win in the FA Cup first-round replay ... O'Keefe made his first league start for Southend United against Leeds United at Elland Road on 27 January 2009 ... He went on only made a handful of appearances for Southend ...
Simon Francis (footballer) - Career - Career Statistics
0 (0) ? (?) 2003–04 Bradford City 30 (0) 0 (0) 1 (0) ? (?) 2003–04 Sheffield United 5 (0) 0 (0) 0 (0) ? (?) 2004–05 Sheffield United 6 (0) 0 (0) 1 (0) ? (?) 2005–06 Sheffield United 1 (0) 0 (0) 2 (0 ...

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