“How many clubs in the four corners of the world have won the league title in their hundredth year and which one was the first?” Masai Graham asks.
Many big 100 clubs celebrated with a league title, Masai. Alan Gomes takes the example of goggles in Portugal. “Porto’s official founding date is September 1893. Û Porto won the Portuguese title for the 1992-93 season. However, there are some controversies about when Porto was founded. The club recognizes 1893 as its official founding year, however. , the founder of the club, António Nicolau de Almeida, was persuaded in the late 1890s by his English wife to give up football, which he described as “very violent.” The club remained dormant until 1906, when it was “re-established.” But if you want to use 1893 or 1906 as a starting point instead, well, Porto also won the Portuguese league 2005-06.
Peter Collins becomes symmetrical. “Chelsea won their first league title in 1954-55, 50 years after their formation, and in 2004-05, 100 years after their second formation.” From there, Richard Wilson takes us to the former Yugoslavia. “There are some hundred-year-old champions but some of their claims are more controversial than others,” he writes. “Dinamo Zagreb was founded in 1911 as HSK Gradanski and won two leagues and cups in 2010-11. as there were many clubs in Yugoslavia), there is a real argument to say that the club only owned their lands in 1945 and, as such, we will have to wait to see if they produce a hundred-year-old title.The club will undoubtedly inherit return to Gradanski from the beginning.
“Crvena Zvezda (Red Star) can be accused in the same way – when the state club they founded in 1945, their origins resemble those of Dinamo which was founded from the lands of another club in SK Yugoslavia and, if they the series would be confirmed, then Zvezda’s 2013-14 title victory would have been in their centenary season. no his legacy goes back to the beginning of Yugoslavia. But the culmination of both of these would be the Zrinjski Mostar which was founded in 1905 under the name Dacki, before becoming Zrinjski in 1912. Their presence was later banned in World War I, they returned, after World War II because they were openly nationalistic and were later banned. returned in 1992.
“And finally, if you want an uninterrupted champion of the century, look at Celje, Slovenia. Founded in December 1919, they are in their 2019-20th century under Dusan Kosic, with a last-day welcome. has won its only national title against Olympia – the first of three consecutive seasons that the Prva Liga has been decided on.
And Dirk Maas has collected all the examples he could see by hand and thinks Linfield might be the first team to achieve a hundred-year-old title success. It is limited to Europe, South America and North America. Take a look at the full title below.
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“Fulham and Norwich last played together in the league in 2017-18, and therefore separated at the end of all four seasons by changing divisions. What is the longest series of this kind of continuity? ye? Iain Mew asks.
The weekly feature that we are proud of on the basis of anal trivia, we checked the actual terms of this question with Iain. He mentions teams that win every season, except for those that go up or down at the same time – like Fulham and Rotherham, which have been torn apart in the Premier League and the Champions League in recent years, in the Fulham case, and the Champions League and League One, at Rotherham.
So, for the real question. Chris Roe’s accurate knowledge of this was like a cheap statue, and tells us that Fulham / Norwich switcheroo – who will enter his fifth season in 2022-23 – is an English league record holder.
Norwich and Burnley had four different seasons in 2013-17 in four different seasons yo-yo-yo-yo-yo-yo but, unlike Fulham and Norwich, were not in the same seasons before or after those ascents were in the division. They may not be the right answer to the question, but the specificity of the climate consciousness of who we are, we could not afford to do a good research.
Chris has highlighted several teams that have been separated for three seasons, which were previously in the same division. and after which they began the cycle of rising and falling. Leicester and Bolton (1994-97), Birmingham and West Brom (2006-09), Norwich and QPR (2013-16) and Norwich and Hull (2014-17) are all based on that particular statistical bill. We do not yet know if Fulham and Norwich will finish in the same division again in 2023-24, 2024-25, 2024-25 or when they will finish their current lineup.
“About two-thirds of the team that has been doing yo-yo for at least three seasons has happened in the last 30 years,” Chris adds. “Does this mean that the standard gap between sections increases (i.e. a team is very good for the second tier, but not strong enough for the first tier)?” Questions like this are beyond the scope of salary, and our intellect. But, yes it does.
Bookable crime statues
“I doubt you will get many of these, but it is clear that the most famous sculpture is the crime of the book. [only bookable? – Knowledge Ed] the five-meter-tall statue of Zinedine Zidane bears the head of Marco Materazzi. It was originally located outside the Pompidou center in Paris.
“Which English competition above holds the record for having the most footballers / coaches / managers on TV who are regulators / commentators?” wondered Patrick McGorman back in 2005.
Well Patrick, you would do well to see more than 16 media ‘rulers’ take place in Arsenal’s famous last minute, the 2-0 title victory over Liverpool on 26 May 1989. While the Reds praised seven players (Ronnie Whelan, Alan Hansen, Ray Houghton, John Aldridge, Ian Rush, John Barnes and Steve McMahon), their manager Kenny Dalglish and their coach Roy Evans, all of whom have TV / radio skills in the coming years / newspaper improved, Arsenal had six (Tony Adams, Lee Dixon, Paul Merson, David O’Leary, Alan Smith and Nigel Winterburn), plus their manager George Graham.
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“Liverpool is 13.5 km long but Manchester City is 1 km long and is limited to the city center,” said George Jones. “What is the longest route to the parade and has a parade bus so far passed provocatively at a rival stadium so that players can shine their silver?”
“Which is the highest English team that has never played at Wembley?” Tom Solan asks.
Owen Powell writes: “The combined age of Watford executives in the 2021-22 season was 185.” “How high has anyone been in the top-flight league?”