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List Of Football League Trophy Winners - Finals
... Winners Score Runners-Up Venue Attendance Winning Manager 1984 Bournemouth 2–1 Hull City Boothferry Park 6,544 Harry Redknapp 1985 Wigan Athletic 3–1 Brentford Wembley ...
1903–04 FA Cup - Intermediate Round
... Manchester United, Bristol City, Preston North End, Woolwich Arsenal, Barnsley and Grimsby Town from the Second Division were entered automatically ... Burton United and Bradford City were entered at the First Qualifying Round stage, with Bradford going out in the Fourth Qualifying Round ... Vale, Chesterfield, Gainsborough Trinity, Leicester Fosse, Lincoln City and Stockport County were entered at the Third Qualifying Round stage, with only Gainsborough and Burslem Port Vale reaching the ...
Len Bond
300 appearances in the Football League, including 168 for Exeter City and 122 for Brentford ... He began his career as an apprentice with Bristol City, turning professional in September 1971, although he had made his league debut on the last day of the previous season ... In November 1974 he was loaned to Exeter City, playing 30 league games ...
Ashton Gate
... Ashton Gate is a suburb of Bristol, United Kingdom, in the Southville ward of Bristol City Council ... There is still some manufacturing industry and retail parks and in 2003 the Bristol Beer Factory recommenced brewing in the former brewery site ... attractions in the area include Ashton Gate stadium, the home of professional football team Bristol City F.C ...
Somerset Premier Cup - Past Winners - 1970s
... Year Winners 1970–71 Bristol City 1971–72 Bristol City 1972–73 Yeovil Town 1973–74 Minehead 1974–75 Bristol City 1975–76 Yeovil Town 1976–77 ...

Famous quotes containing the words city and/or bristol:

    The city mouse eats bread and cheese;—
    The garden mouse eats what he can;
    We will not grudge him seeds and stocks,
    Poor little timid furry man.
    Christina Georgina Rossetti (1830–1894)

    It’s of a rich squire in Bristol doth dwell,
    There are ladies of honour that love him well,
    But all was in vain, in vain was said,
    For he was in love with a charming milkmaid.
    —Unknown. Squire and Milkmaid; or, Blackberry Fold (l. 1–4)