1991 champions league final

Middlesbrough's promotion hopes are boosted by a 4-0 home win over Brighton, who are still in the relegation zone. A mere 3,231 fans watch Wimbledon's home game against Luton Town - the lowest postwar attendance at a First Division game. Blackburn remain top of the Second Division with a 3-0 win over Brighton at the Goldstone Ground, while Newcastle take a big step towards survival with a 3-1 home win over second-placed Ipswich. Club Africain from Tunisia won that final, and became for the first time CAF club champion. 17 October 1991 – Everton buy 20-year-old defender Matt Jackson from Luton Town for £600,000. 1983/1984 West Ham beat Norwich 4-0 at Upton Park to give themselves fresh hope of survival, they are still nine points adrift to safety with six games left to play but have two games in hand over 19th-placed Coventry. QPR's upturn continues with a 1-0 at Norwich lifting them four positions into 13th place. 2004/2005 1978/1979 Birmingham City chairman Samesh Kumar vows to impose life bans on anyone convicted of taking part in the pitch invasion against Stoke City.[50]. 2 May 1992: Eddie Newton, 20-year-old midfielder, comes on and scores as a substitute on his debut for Chelsea in the final game of the league season as they lose 2–1 to Everton. West Ham are now 11 points adrift of safety after losing 3-0 to Tottenham at White Hart Lane, with Gary Lineker scoring a hat-trick. 16 September 1991 - Nigel Jemson, the striker whose goal won the League Cup for Nottingham Forest 17 months ago, moves to Sheffield Wednesday for £800,000. Their closest challengers, Sheffield Wednesday and Manchester City, are nine points behind the leaders. Lee Dixon becomes the second right-back to pull out of the England squad, causing Graham Taylor to call upon the Rangers defender Gary Stevens. 3 April 1992 - Northampton Town go into receivership with debts of £1million; the club's administrators sack manager Theo Foley. They were joined by newly relegated Rotherham United, Mansfield Town and playoff winners Blackpool. 20 April 1992 – Ian Wright scores twice as Arsenal beat Liverpool 4–0 at Highbury. The 1991–92 European Cup was the 37th season of the European Cup football club tournament. 31 August 1991 – August draws to a close with Manchester United top of the First Division with 11 points from their first five games. Liverpool's frustrating season continues with a 1-1 draw at Southampton, restricting them to 10th place.[25]. 21 October 1991 - Fourth Division strugglers York City dismiss manager John Bird after winning just 2 of their first 11 games. Ipswich Town lead the way in the Second Division, with Bristol City second. [73] In the Second Division, Newcastle have fallen back into the relegation zone and their 4-1 defeat at Derby is a big boost for their hosts in the push for promotion. 29 October 1991 - York City appoint John Ward as their new manager. [42] French striker Eric Cantona rejects the offer of a contract with Sheffield Wednesday after a trial period. Tottenham are now 19th in the First Division after a 2-1 defeat to Liverpool at Anfield, although they are four points clear of 20th-placed Luton and have three games in hand. Choice of a season : 19 April 1992 - Defender Mick McCarthy becomes player-manager of Millwall following the sacking of Bruce Rioch. 2018/2019 Second Division leaders Blackburn beat Bristol City 4-0 at Ewood Park. 3 October 1991 - John McGrath, the former Preston North End manager, becomes Halifax Town's 23rd manager in 45 years as successor to Jim McCalliog. 2006/2007 In the last-ever Full Members Cup final, Nottingham Forest beat Southampton 3-2 after extra time at Wembley, but lose defender Stuart Pearce for the rest of the season with a knee injury. [69], 16 April 1992 - Manchester United return to the top of the First Division when an Andrei Kanchelskis goal gives them a 1-0 home win over Southampton and a two-point lead over Leeds, with the advantage of a game in hand. 2019/2020 Lukaku fue el salvador del Inter con un gol en el descuento. 7 December 1991 - Leeds retain their lead of the First Division with a 2-0 win at Luton, with Manchester United keeping up the pressure with a 4-0 home win over Coventry City, who have slumped to 15th place in the table. Liverpool finish sixth in the league - their lowest final position for 27 years - but maintain their record of finishing in the top eight every season since winning promotion in 1962. 15 August 1991 – Sheffield Wednesday pay a club record £1.2million for Rangers and England goalkeeper Chris Woods, while Liverpool sell defender Gary Gillespie to Celtic for £925,000 and Everton's Stuart McCall heads to Rangers for £1.2million. 1964/1965 [3] Other exciting Boxing Day action includes a 3-1 home win for Aston Villa over West Ham United and Coventry's 3-0 win over Sheffield United at Bramall Lane. Arsenal's Ian Wright leapfrogs Lineker as the First Division's top scorer, with 29 goals, by scoring a hat-trick against Southampton in a 5–1 win at Highbury, in the last game to be played in front of the existing North Bank. 15 February 1992 – Nottingham Forest thrash Bristol City 4–1 at the City Ground in the FA Cup fifth round. 1 May 1992 – Dave Stringer resigns as manager of Norwich City after five seasons, with coach David Williams being put in temporary charge for the club's final game of the season. It was the first European Cup to have a group stage, from which the winning clubs progressed to the final. 15 May 1992 – Rob Jones pulls out of contention for a place in England's European Championship squad due to a shin splints injury. 11 November 1991 - Aldershot manager Brian Talbot resigns with the club well adrift at the bottom of the Fourth Division. [41], 25 January 1992 - Aston Villa beat Derby County 4-3 in the FA Cup fourth round at the Baseball Ground. 21 August 1991 – 19-year-old midfielder Steve McManaman scores his first goal for Liverpool in a 2–1 defeat against Manchester City at Maine Road.[4]. 30 August 1991 – Former Tottenham Hotspur full-back Cyril Knowles dies of cancer aged 47. [5] Nottingham Forest sign winger Kingsley Black from Luton Town for £1.5million. Newly promoted West Ham United and Notts County went straight back down, joined by a Luton Town side who had enjoyed a memorable 10-year run in the top flight. Cambridge United are third after an impressive 3-0 home win over Sunderland.[11].

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