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Albinegros De Orizaba - History - 1940–50
... In 1943 along with newly founded club Tiburones Rojos de Veracruz which was formed from the merger of Veracruz Sporting Club and Iberia de Córdoba and with town rival Moctezuma de Orizaba, were ... The club lost its first Match against Club América on October 1943 with a score of 6–1 ... The club went on to lose its second game against Jalisco powerhouse C.D ...
Pierikos F.C. - History of The Club - The 1970s
... In the 1969-70 season Pierikos finished in the 7th position ... The club scored 45 and conceded 44 goals ... In the 1970-71 season Pierikos finished in the 12th position ...
Hapoel Tayibe F.C. - History
... The club was founded in 1961, and joined Liga Gimel ... In 1974 the club was promoted to Liga Bet, and in 1986 to Liga Alef, the third tier at the time ... In their first season in the second tier the club finished fifth, missing out on the promotion play-off spot by five points ...
History Of Luton Town F.C. (1885–1970) - Rejoining The Football League (1919–1937)
... Fortunately for Luton, no clubs were relegated that season instead, Luton joined the new Football League Third Division, and replaced the blue, white and navy kit with a new colour scheme – white shirts, black ... Feeling confident of promotion from the new division, Luton finished ninth in 1920–21 and enjoyed a good cup run ... fans saw the FA Cup defeat by Preston North End, setting a club attendance record in doing so ...
Vauxhall Motors F.C. - History
... By 1970, the club had achieved several promotions and played on the company-owned Hooton Park ... opened its own ground, Rivacre Park, where the club plays today ... On the pitch, the club also started finding some success, winning its first West Cheshire League championship in the 1985–86 season ...

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