Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 10 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Southampton. Southampton snapped up Davies after he had impressed in English football, but after just 30 League games, was sold onto Blackburn Rovers, where he flopped, and moved back to Southampton just one year later in 1999.
1930-31. The club won the 1930-31 Division Three (North) title with 58 points, just one clear of Lincoln City in second place.
|Who did Chesterfield beat in a 1903 Division Two match 10-0, which set the record for their biggest League win in their history?||Chesterfield FC History
Glossop. The game took place on 17th January, 1903.
91. Chesterfield won 26 out of 46 games, drawing 13, and losing just 7 to become champions of the fourth division.
Oldham Athletic. Reeves began his career at Sheffield Wednesday in 1986, and has played for Scunthorpe United, Heswell, Burnley, Bolton Wanderers, Notts County, Carlisle United and Preston North End, before signing for Chesterfield for the first time, then Oldham for a year, and finally, back to Chesterfield.
|In 1919, Chesterfield were involved in a story that was dubbed 'The Parsonage Affair', when they tried to sign George Parsonage from Fulham. What was the outcome of this story?||Chesterfield FC History
Parsonage was banned from football for life. In these years, the Football League has a maximum amount a player could receive as a signing-on fee which was £10. Parsonage asked Chesterfield for a £50 signing-on fee, and was reported to the FA, who in turn, banned him from the game for life. At the end of the season, the club was voted out of the Football League for their part in the deal.
E Russell Timmeus. Timmeus managed the club from 1891-95, followed by Gillies (1895-1901), Hind (1901-02), and Hoskin between 1902-06.
1866. The club were formed in this year, but folded in 1881, only to return 3 years later in 1884. In 1888 they were renamed as Chesterfield Town, and in 1919 they changed the club name again to Chesterfield Municipal, but reverted back to the original Chesterfield Football Club a year later.