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19 October 2016 23:16 Post ID: #554086
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The other half went to the pub quiz this evening and one of the questions was

'Which club in the 1960/61 season scored a record 134 goals, the record still stands today?'

Any clue anyone?
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20 October 2016 02:45 Post ID: #554102 - in reply to #554086
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I think that Tottenham Hotspur were the big team in the early sixties Caz, so that would be my guess.

I'll google it, shall I?
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20 October 2016 02:56 Post ID: #554103 - in reply to #554086
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Tottenham Hotspur sealed the Football League First Division title with a 2–1 home win over Sheffield Wednesday on 17 April 1961. Preston North End, who had been the first team to achieve the League and FA Cup "double", was relegated in last place – and to date have not returned to the top flight of English football since. 1960–61 still remains the last time Tottenham Hotspur won the League Championship.

Portsmouth F.C. became the first former English League champion to be relegated to the Third Division, ten years after winning their second title.

Peterborough United set a football league record by scoring the most league goals in one season (134).




Soooooo, not Tottenham Hotspur who were my guess, but they were the BIG team of that season though because they won the title.

But to answer your question Caz, it was in fact Peterborough United who scored 134 goals that season. Wow what a total, I would never have got that question right in a month of Sundays.

Edited by Tony Kidding 20/10/2016 2:58 AM
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20 October 2016 11:10 Post ID: #554114 - in reply to #554086
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You are correct, TK, well done!

The quizzers went for Spurs too - because they always do well in the year ending in 1!
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