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I'ii have a guess at Cardiff City - 1962-2013 - but I will almost certainly be wrong.

I am wrong. Bristol City were relegated in 1911 and returned in 1976

I may still be wrong.


Has to be Bradford City doesn't it?

Last seasom in Division One: 1921/22

Next season in top division: 1999/2000

77 years apart.


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Oldham another one with a big gap:

Last season in Division One: 1922/23

Next season in Division One: 1991/92

A bigger gap than Bristol City, but fewer seasons (I think) due to WWI.


garethwrexy
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Huddersfield in premier league will be interesting if it happens



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Rob North
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On the evidence of what I have seen of late Huddersfield are playing Reading for the privilege of finishing last in next season's Premier League. Wish I could say different but it's been turgid cr*p from the sides involved in the Championship play-offs.


jon b
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Huddersfield could now be promoted with a negative goal difference, which can't have happened too often


I read earlier that they'd be the first team to do it, and it doesn't surprise me Huddersfield would be the first!

Brilliant performance from the team over the two legs, I still can't believe we won. Would have loved to go to Wembley to watch!


No chance of you going?


FCUtdWill
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Huddersfield could now be promoted with a negative goal difference, which can't have happened too often


I read earlier that they'd be the first team to do it, and it doesn't surprise me Huddersfield would be the first!

Brilliant performance from the team over the two legs, I still can't believe we won. Would have loved to go to Wembley to watch!


No chance of you going?


Unfortunately not, I'll be watching it in a pub/bar in one of the Canary Islands, the final's a day after my birthday too!



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On the evidence of what I have seen of late Huddersfield are playing Reading for the privilege of finishing last in next season's Premier League. Wish I could say different but it's been turgid cr*p from the sides involved in the Championship play-offs.


Even finishing bottom of the PL will financially secure the club for a good few seasons, unless they are reckless, and spend it all (a) trying to stay the PL or (b) attempting an immediate return to the PL after being relegated. Burnley and WBA have shown that by taking a longer term approach, being relegated from the PL can lead to better things a season or so later.


northstandexile
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Oldham another one with a big gap:

Last season in Division One: 1922/23

Next season in Division One: 1991/92

A bigger gap than Bristol City, but fewer seasons (I think) due to WWI.


Notts County must be a long gap


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Oldham another one with a big gap:

Last season in Division One: 1922/23

Next season in Division One: 1991/92

A bigger gap than Bristol City, but fewer seasons (I think) due to WWI.

Notts County must be a long gap

Relegated in 1925/26 and next played in the top flight in 1981/82. So not as long as some.



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In Italy Carpi went from 1921-22 to 2015-6 between spells in the top division. Is this a world record?



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Big day for the club coming up



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What a dire game of football!


Isaac
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What a dire game of football!


Indeed it was but I don't suppose Huddersfield fans care, congratulations to them, nice to see new faces in the Prem!


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With what was at stake, winning is always going to come well ahead of entertainment. Well done Huddersfield and I might have two bob on them to win the PL next season Smile


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Not content with finishing the season with a negative goal difference. Huddersfield now seal promotion without winning any of their play off matches! Funny ole game. Wink


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Not content with finishing the season with a negative goal difference. Huddersfield now seal promotion without winning any of their play off matches! Funny ole game. Wink



I wonder if this mean we're going to see more German manager being hired by PL & EFL clubs?


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I wonder if this mean we're going to see more German manager being hired by PL & EFL clubs?


Well Norwich have already taken a punt on Wagner's successor at Dortmund reserves. Not sure that'll have such a happy outcome though, judging by the guy's track record.


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Well Norwich have already taken a punt on Wagner's successor at Dortmund reserves. Not sure that'll have such a happy outcome though, judging by the guy's track record.

He has already said he sees comparrisons with Norwich and Dortmund!! Back on track, yep a dire game but Huddersfield fans will happily live with it. Good luck to them in the Prem.


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What a dire game of football!


Indeed it was but I don't suppose Huddersfield fans care, congratulations to them, nice to see new faces in the Prem!


New faces in the top division?

Now why does that make me think of Harold Wilson?

Anyway, congratulations to them.


Tykeoldboy
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I start this type of thread next season. I'll wait until mid October again before the big reveal.


FCUtdWill
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May 31, 2017, 6:16 PM

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Not content with finishing the season with a negative goal difference. Huddersfield now seal promotion without winning any of their play off matches! Funny ole game. Wink


And didn't score as well as the one against Sheffield Wednesday was an own goal! The only goals we did score were the penalties!

Wasn't the best game to watch but still very nervy! Still can't believe we've got promoted, absolutely unbelievable job from Wagner, just need to sign all the on-loan players and strengthen and we might do well. But if we only have a season there, I'll be still happy.



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Isaac
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Not content with finishing the season with a negative goal difference. Huddersfield now seal promotion without winning any of their play off matches! Funny ole game. Wink


And didn't score as well as the one against Sheffield Wednesday was an own goal! The only goals we did score were the penalties!

Wasn't the best game to watch but still very nervy! Still can't believe we've got promoted, absolutely unbelievable job from Wagner, just need to sign all the on-loan players and strengthen and we might do well. But if we only have a season there, I'll be still happy.


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How about Huddersfield's first game of 2017/18 away at Crystal Palace. This was the last game played by Huddersfield in the top tier back in April 1972.


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I start this type of thread next season. I'll wait until mid October again before the big reveal.



Palace will have another four points off you , again, thanks very much.
Wink

On current form I would wager that Huddersfield will be relegated by Easter.


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I start this type of thread next season. I'll wait until mid October again before the big reveal.



Palace will have another four points off you , again, thanks very much.
Wink

On current form I would wager that Huddersfield will be relegated by Easter.


They did struggle in their last season in the first division, not winning a league game from the end of November 1971. I think they will do a bit better than that.

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