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Who was the first non-British/Irish manager in the Premiership?
Winner gets to set next question.
but i've forgotten. was it that czech dude in the 80's for ipswich or summit?
Wasn't 92 or 93 its first season?
but I'm 90% sure it's wrong.
or are you including old-style division one?
It's like it devalues league titles won before then.
It should be. He should be the answer to every question ever.
and i'm not sure gross counts as a manager.
Do you want to ask next question, mate?
Josef Venglos I think
automatically promoted to the football league directly as a result of winning the Conference, rather than being 're-elected'?
It's a dead heat with the Scarborough love.
ARM WRESTLE FOR THE NEXT QUESTION.
Rushden and Diamonds?
even though they got a million points than anyone else, because their ground had like 3 seats.
You're on question heat today!
Someone give Dom some attention! Otherwise, can a winner ask a question please?
Who was Middlesbrough somewhat corporate co-mascot to Roary the Lion during the late Nineties?
Victor the Voda Phone?
I'm going to give you it.
It was actually Commander Comcast, representative of Teesside-based cable company, Comcast. He was a spaceman/futuristic cool dude.
I'll give it some question. Over to the left, everyone!
i know thats not right tho
"which team is the only team in britian with a k in thier name?"
don't open a thread and then do something else for 10 minutes.
Who was the first team to complete the Non League double of winning the Conference and FA Trophy?
they're no longer in the Conference or Blue Square Prem.
and you'll get there eventually.
I can't think who's been promoted.
I don't know anymore. Is it Dr Josef Venglos?
days of promotion.
Hapoel Tel Aviv
is warmest so far.
although sticking to the Harrow / Hendon ish theme would be wise
but you're beginning to think down the right lines now.
you're going the wrong way down the lines...
but it's not right.
Just because you don't know anything, stop spoiling our fun!!!!
they won it in the 1984 or 1985 and now play in the Ryman League Premier Division.
good guess though
I was thinking more geographically
I DON'T KNOW.
Did I kill the thread?
you've rendered eighteen DiSers unconcious, and given Meths a tumour.
DOM. WHAT'S YOUR QUESTION!!!!!! (over on the left, thanks!)
But you're in the right vicinity as it were.
Think a lot further north...
But you're in the right part of the world
I DARE YOU.
chris waddle memorial ground
scottish widows stadium (raith)
sell-tics (or we aint got a ground more)
Hampden Park (obv)
what's that? 5?
I want to say Tayside, but that may be balls?
But which one?
Although hendonturnstile got there too...
His question, as long as the answer isn't anything to do with the Ryman league :)
thank you squire
I stayed at home all day and read DiS
the team that won it before the second world war?
i don't know who it is. but someone might.
and for the reason stated by jimox4.
directly before either the 1st or 2nd world war really I spose.
it wasn't the accursed Nazis.
see above ^ :)
day and I cannot remember for the life of me where it is....
The Reebok Stadium?
West Brom it is!
the most replays in an Fa Cup tie isn't it? or something like that.
actually...i think it's not Oxford United.
It's Oxford City.
it's oxford city not united
needed 5 replays and lasted over 11hours so the longest ever FA Cup match
It's just "in use" as flats these days.