Thread: Relegation 93
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Old 17-02-2007, 10:27 PM
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One Step Down would live that day over and over, but the world won't stop turningOne Step Down would live that day over and over, but the world won't stop turningOne Step Down would live that day over and over, but the world won't stop turningOne Step Down would live that day over and over, but the world won't stop turningOne Step Down would live that day over and over, but the world won't stop turningOne Step Down would live that day over and over, but the world won't stop turningOne Step Down would live that day over and over, but the world won't stop turningOne Step Down would live that day over and over, but the world won't stop turningOne Step Down would live that day over and over, but the world won't stop turningOne Step Down would live that day over and over, but the world won't stop turningOne Step Down would live that day over and over, but the world won't stop turning
That relegation should have been a launching point to a new era of greatness. The reality was that the great team of 90-92 had burnt itself out; Wright, Bright, and others had gone and while we shouldn't have been relegated, we were rebuilding. No matter. In Division One we blooded the youngsters (Southgate, Gordon, and co.) and won the Championship at a canter, bouncing right back with ease. Relegation ended up being a hiccup, not a tragedy at all.

The tragedy came in the 94-95 season when we self-destructed in a manner rarely seen before or since.
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