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The 36 clubs to have played in all 4 top tiers in the English league system

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Wimbledon 

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Already have Wimbledon.

 

Current list:

 

1: Pigs

2: Coventry

3: Wimbledon 

4: Wigan 

5: Huddersfield 

6: Hull

7: Oxford

8: Swindon 

9: Luton 

10: Bolton

11: Burnley

12: Oldham

13: Notts County

14: Wolves

 

 


The owls are not what they seem.

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Still 22 to go!


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Portsmouth and Bradford and Baaaaaaaarnsley

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Bradford actually counts double.

 

City and PA are both on the list.


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Cardiff, Brizzle City, Preston ( not sure about them), Blackpool and Bury

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Current list:

 

1: Pigs

2: Coventry

3: Wimbledon 

4: Wigan 

5: Huddersfield 

6: Hull

7: Oxford

8: Swindon 

9: Luton 

10: Bolton

11: Burnley

12: Oldham

13: Notts County

14: Wolves

15: Portsmouth

16: Bradford City

17: Bradford PA

18: Millwall

19: Reading

20: Bournemouth

21: Brighton

22: Cardiff

23: Bristol City

24: PNE

25: Blackpool

26: Bury

27: Carlisle

28: Grimsby

 

(Carlisle was one that stumped the hell out of me).

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The owls are not what they seem.

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8 to go.


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Final four....


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2 minutes ago, daztheowl said:

Bristol City 

Bristol Rovers

 

We've had City.

 

Rovers have never played in the top flight.


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