Gm Vauxhall Conference

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Chorley F.C. - History
... League in 1982–83, and became champions in 1987–88, which saw them promoted to the GM Vauxhall Conference – the fifth tier of the English football league system ... Chorley spent two seasons in the GM Vauxhall Conference before being relegated back to the Northern Premier League in 1990–91 ... and no significant success since their brief stay in the GM Vauxhall Conference, Chorley were relegated to the Northern Premier League Division One in 1999, where they remained ...
1987–88 In English Football - Diary of The Season
... Scarborough, new members after their promotion to the Fourth Division from the GM Vauxhall Conference, hold fallen giants Wolverhampton Wanderers to a 2-2 draw. 28 September 1987 – Tommy Docherty is appointed manager of GM Vauxhall Conference side Altrincham ... Docherty is sacked after just over four months in charge of GM Vauxhall Conference side Altrincham ...
1986–87 In English Football - Diary of The Season
... and England winger, becomes a high-profile new signing for GM Vauxhall Conference side Northwich Victoria, managed by former United striker Stuart Pearson ... in the Second Division, sign midfielder Alan Pardew for £7,000 from GM Vauxhall Conference side Yeovil Town. 30 April 1987 – Scarborough seal the GM Vauxhall Conference title to become the first team to win automatic promotion to the Football League following last summer's ...
1988–89 In English Football - Diary of The Season
7 January 1989 – Sutton United, of the GM Vauxhall Conference, knock Coventry City out of the FA Cup with a shock 2–1 win in the third round. 15 March 1989 – Southampton sign 18-year-old defender Jason Dodd from GM Vauxhall Conference side Bath City for £50,000 ... a month ago they are expelled from the GM Vauxhall Conference and their record for the season is expunged ...

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