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2002–03 In English Football - Diary of The Season
3 July 2002 - Middlesbrough pay a club record £8.15million for Empoli and Italy striker Massimo Maccarone. 10 July 2002 - AFC Wimbledon, a club founded by former supporters of Wimbledon following The FA's approval of the latter club's move to Milton Keynes, play their first match, losing 4–0 in a ... promoted to the Premier League, pay a club record £4.25million for Crystal Palace striker Clinton Morrison ...
2005–06 In English Football - Diary of The Season
19 August 2005 — Chelsea pay a club record £24.4 million to Lyon for Ghanaian midfielder Michael Essien ... Newcastle United break their club transfer record by paying £17 million to Real Madrid for Michael Owen. 38, is named manager of Conference North club Kettering Town ...
2009 European Speedway Club Champions' Cup
... The 2009 European Speedway Club Champions' Cup will be the 12th UEM European Speedway Club Champions' Cup season ...
Euro Hockey Club Champions Cup
... The EuroHockey Club Champions Cup, previously known as the European Club Championship, is the leading woman's field hockey competition for clubs in ... Eight teams, all champions of their respective national competitions, compete in the Cup, which is held in the summer at a single venue ... The participating countries are those whose champions finished in the top six of the previous year's competition, together with the two countries whose clubs reached the final ...
All-Ireland Senior Club Hurling Championship 2008–09 - Format
... The 2008–09 club championship was played on a straight knock-out basis ... Each of the sixteen participating counties enter their respective club champions ... The format of the competition was as follows Sixteen county club champions participated in the 2008–09 championship ...

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