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38 7 8 4 27 24 3 6 10 14 27 44 17th Table
Sat Aug 17 Premier Fulham Away Lost 1-4
Sat Aug 24 Premier Charlton Athletic Home Lost 1-2
Sun Sep 1 Premier Aston Villa Home Won 1-0
Wed Sep 11 Premier Manchester United Away Won 1-0
Sat Sep 14 Premier Liverpool Home Lost 2-3
Sat Sep 21 Premier Arsenal Away Lost 1-2
Sat Sep 28 Premier Southampton Home Drew 1-1
Wed Oct 2   LC 2 Bury Home Lost 0-1
Sat Oct 5 Premier Middlesbrough Away Lost 0-2
Sun Oct 20 Premier Tottenham Hotspur Away Lost 1-3
Mon Oct 28 Premier Sunderland Home Drew 1-1
Sat Nov 2 Premier Birmingham City Away Lost 1-3
Sat Nov 9 Premier West Bromwich Albion Home Drew 1-1
Sun Nov 17 Premier Leeds United Away Won 4-2
Sat Nov 23 Premier Chelsea Home Drew 1-1
Sat Nov 30 Premier Manchester City Away Lost 0-2
Sat Dec 7 Premier Blackburn Rovers Home Drew 1-1
Mon Dec 16 Premier Leeds United Home Lost 0-3
Sat Dec 21 Premier West Ham United Away Drew 1-1
Thu Dec 26 Premier Newcastle United Home Won 4-3
Sat Dec 28 Premier Everton Away Drew 0-0
Wed Jan 1 Premier Aston Villa Away Lost 0-2
Sat Jan 4   FAC 3 Sunderland Home Drew 1-1
Sat Jan 11 Premier Fulham Home Drew 0-0
Tue Jan 14   FAC 3 replay Sunderland Away Lost 0-2
Sat Jan 18 Premier Charlton Athletic Away Drew 1-1
Wed Jan 22 Premier Newcastle United Away Lost 0-1
Tue Jan 28 Premier Everton Home Lost 1-2
Sat Feb 1 Premier Birmingham City Home Won 4-2
Sat Feb 8 Premier West Bromwich Albion Away Drew 1-1
Sat Feb 22 Premier Manchester United Home Drew 1-1
Sat Mar 8 Premier Liverpool Away Lost 0-2
Sat Mar 15 Premier Sunderland Away Won 2-0
Mon Mar 24 Premier Tottenham Hotspur Home Won 1-0
Sat Apr 5 Premier Manchester City Home Won 2-0
Sat Apr 12 Premier Chelsea Away Lost 0-1
Sat Apr 19 Premier West Ham United Home Won 1-0
Mon Apr 21 Premier Blackburn Rovers Away Drew 0-0
Sat Apr 26 Premier Arsenal Home Drew 2-2
Sat May 3 Premier Southampton Away Drew 0-0
Sun May 11 Premier Middlesbrough Home Won 2-1

 


Kevin Keegan and family, a PR picture from the 1970s which was meant to show that footballers were just like the rest of us. It had to be said though that you probably needed to be a football superstar if you were going to be able to afford the weekly shampoo bill that must have put a strain on the Keegan finances!


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