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What is the only club in the top 4 tiers in England that has beaten every other club currently in the same 4 divisions in competitive games?

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To have beaten every club currently in the league, it would have to be a former top flight team that is now at the bottom, and has had chance to play and beat Forest Green etc.

 

Oldham, or Bradford?

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I'm amazed anyone knew this. Port Vale has long been the only other club I've held a candle for but are generally so obscure I thought they would be the last club anyone thought of. Except Yorkie Bear obviously.

 

Battling for promotion this season after too many years just struggling to stay in the league. Fingers crossed.

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The only other team I follow is Everton it was always a name for good football spent many a happy afternoon at Goodison .

Up the toffees 

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Long suffering West Brom "fan" - only option I had given my uncle played for them from 1968 - 1986 (he then signed for Wolves and played there for 4 years - sure Steve Bull moved from WBA to Wolves around same time). 

 

Boing Boing..... 

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14 minutes ago, CammyF said:

Long suffering West Brom "fan" - only option I had given my uncle played for them from 1968 - 1986 (he then signed for Wolves and played there for 4 years - sure Steve Bull moved from WBA to Wolves around same time). 

 

Boing Boing..... 

Ally Robertson?

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