Fourth Division

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Steve Taylor (footballer) - Playing Career
... and turned professional in October 1973, with the "Trotters" lying in the Second Division under the stewardship of Jimmy Armfield ... It took until 1 November for him to earn his Third Division debut for the "Valiants" a 1–0 win over Rotherham United at Vale Park ... Park, he helped new boss Ian Greaves to take Wanderers to a fourth place finish in 1975–76 – they were just one point off Bristol City and West ...
Maidstone United F.C. (1897) - History - Decline and Collapse
... They finished 18th of 22 clubs in the Fourth Division (the 23rd club, Aldershot, had been declared bankrupt and forced to resign from the league on 25 March 1992 after playing 36 games, results ... The 1992–93 season saw the creation of the Premier League from the old First Division, with the Second Division becoming Division One, the Third Division becoming Division Two, and ... The Stones would be founder members of the new Division Three, but as the new season came closer it looked more and more unlikely that the Stones would be able to play in it as their financial worries showed no sign of ...
MB Miðvágur
... After the merger collapsed in 2004, MB was moved to the fourth division to start over ... In their first year as a senior club in over a decade, MB demolished all opposition in the fourth division, ending the year with a 7-2 thumping of HB's fourth ... MB played in the Faroese 2nd division (3rd tier), after a disappointing season in 2007, ending up on seventh place ...
Mark Chamberlain - Club Career
1979–80, whilst his brother was the club's top-scorer in what was Vale's worst season in the Fourth Division ... season, also being selected in the PFA Fourth Division team and chosen as The Star's best player of the division ... the "Potters" finished 13th in the First Division ...
Logacta - The Game - Cup Competitions
... were played in a similar manner to league games except that for each match, each clubs "real" division determined the dice used ... For example, if a First Division (as was then, now "The Premiership") club met a Fourth Division (now "League Two") club at home, the First Division club received the Green dice, and the Fourth Division club the ... play in these competitions via an allotment process, so that each division was represented, although (for example in the FA Cup) eleven First Division sides made it ...

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