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The 1924–25 season was the 50th season of competitive football in England.1927–28 Leicester City F.C. season
The 1927–28 season was Leicester City's 30th season in the Football League and their 4th in the First Division. Leicester finished the season in their highest ever league finish to date, finishing 3rd in the First Division. Though they would go on to break that again the following season.
Arthur Chandler also broke the club record for the most goals in a single season, scoring 34 times. He would equaled this record himself in the 1928–29 season. This record still stands today at the most goals ever scored by a Leicester player in a single top tier season.
The 1927–28 season also saw the club's record ever home attendance, as 47,289 people turned up to watch an FA Cup fifth round match with Tottenham Hotspur.1928–29 Leicester City F.C. season
The 1928–29 season was Leicester City's 31st season in the Football League and their 5th in the First Division. Led by their formidable strike force of Ernie Hine, Arthur Chandler and Arthur Lochhead (all three of whom are still placed today among Leicester's top five goalscorers of all-time) and inspirational captain and creative lynch-pin Johnny Duncan, Leicester finished runners-up in the First Division, just one point behind winners The Wednesday. It was the club's highest ever league finish until the 2015-16 Season where the team won their first ever top division championship.
The most remarkable game of the season came on 20 October 1928 in which Leicester thrashed Portsmouth 10-0, which still stands as Leicester's record league victory. The club's all-time record goalscorer Arthur Chandler netted an incredible six goals in the game. A legend surrounding the game says that just after Chandler scored his 5th goal of the afternoon, 5 swans flew over Filbert Street. Several minutes later a further sixth swan flew overhead, to which Chandler promptly responded by scoring his sixth goal of the afternoon.Albertus Magnus College
Albertus Magnus College is a Catholic private liberal arts college in New Haven, Connecticut, United States. Founded by the Dominican Sisters of St. Mary of the Springs (now Dominican Sisters of Peace), it is located in the Prospect Hill neighborhood of New Haven, near the border with Hamden.Arthur Chandler (bishop)
The Right Reverend Arthur Chandler, DD, MA (25 March 1858 – 5 November 1939) was Bishop of Bloemfontein from 1902 until 1920.
Born in 1860, he was the son of the Rev. J. Chandler of St Leonards-on-Sea and was educated at Marlborough and University College, Oxford, and ordained in 1883. He began his career as Chaplain to Brasenose College, Oxford, where he was also tutor and elected a Fellow. Later, he was chaplain to the Bishop of Salisbury. He was Rector of Poplar from 1891 until late 1901 when he was appointed to the Episcopate. He was enthroned in the Cathedral, Cape Town on 2 February 1902, and arrived at his see shortly thereafter.
In November 1901 he received the honorary degree Doctor of Divinity (DD) from the University of Oxford.In 1934 he was President of the Church Union. Chandler retired to Petersfield, where he died on 5 November 1939.Arthur Chandler (footballer)
Arthur Clarence Hillier Chandler (27 November 1895 – 18 June 1984) was a professional footballer in the 1920s and 1930s. He is most famous at Leicester City, where he is the club's all-time record goal scorer, with 273 goals, though he also played for Queens Park Rangers and Notts County.
As well as being Leicester's record goalscorer, Chandler also holds the club records for, scoring the most goals in a single top flight season (34, a record which he achieved twice), scoring the most top flight goals for the club (203), scoring the most hat-tricks or greater (17 and the joint record for the most goals in a single game (6 goals vs Portsmouth on 20 October 1928). Chandler notably held the record of being Leicester's oldest goalscorer (aged 39 years and 34 days) from 1935 through to 2014. Remarkably, despite his goalscoring feats, Chandler never scored a penalty. He took two penalties in his career, both of which were saved.He was part of the Leicester side which finished in the club's highest ever [at that time] league finishes of First Division runners-up in 1928–29 and in third place in 1927–28.Diocese of Kimberley and Kuruman
The Diocese of Kimberley and Kuruman is a diocese in the Anglican Church of Southern Africa, and encompasses the area around Kimberley and Kuruman and overlaps the Northern Cape Province and North West Province of South Africa. It is presided over by the Bishop of Kimberley and Kuruman, currently Ossie Swartz. The seat of the Bishop of Kimberley and Kuruman is at St Cyprian's Cathedral, Kimberley. There have so far been 12 bishops of the See, though one of these served for two different periods of time.Diocese of the Free State
The Diocese of the Free State is a diocese in the Anglican Church of Southern Africa.Ernie Hine
Ernest William Hine (9 April 1901 – 15 April 1974) was a professional footballer who played for Barnsley, Leicester City, Huddersfield Town and Manchester United.
He is the top goalscorer in the history of Barnsley with 131 goals and the third top goalscorer in the history of Leicester City scoring 156 times. He is the 18th top goalscorer in the history of English league football overall, netting 287 league goals in total.Francis Balfour (bishop)
The Right Reverend Arthur Chandler (b Sorrento 21 June 1846; d Mafeteng 3 February 1924) was Assistant Bishop of Bloemfontein from 1910 until his death.Balfour was educated at Harrow; Trinity College, Cambridge; and Cuddesdon. He was ordained deacon in 1872, and priest in 1874. After a curacy in Buckingham he went out as a missionary, firstly to Basutoland and then to Mashonaland. He was Archdeacon of Bloemfontein from 1901 until 1906; and of Basutoland from 1907 to 1922.Hugh Adcock
Hugh "Hughie" Adcock (born 10 April 1903 in Coalville, England – 16 October 1975) was an English footballer.Johnny Duncan (footballer)
John "Johnny" Duncan (nicknamed "Tokey") was a Scottish football player and manager, who is most notable for his time at Leicester City.
He captained the club to its greatest ever league finishes of 3rd and 2nd place in the First Division in 1927–28 and 1928–29 respectively. While also carrying much of the backroom influence at the time as he asserted the club remained faithful to Peter Hodge's passing style. He later managed the club to its first ever major cup final in 1949. He has been described as "an indelible Leicester City great"He also holds the (joint) club record at Leicester for the most goals in a single game, scoring six goals in a 7–0 victory over Port Vale on Christmas Day 1924 (this record was later equalled by Arthur Chandler, who scored the opening goal before Duncan hit his six against Port Vale).Former Leeds United and England manager Don Revie, who played under Duncan at Leicester, dedicates an entire chapter of his autobiography to Duncan, entitled "My Debt to Johnny Duncan" claiming "Until you have heard Johnny Duncan talk about Soccer then your Football Education is sadly lacking."Leicester City 6–6 Arsenal (21 April 1930)
The 1929–30 season First Division match between Leicester City and Arsenal at Filbert Street took place on 21 April 1930. The game finished as a 6–6 draw, the highest scoring draw in the history of first class English football. The record still stands today though was matched in a Second Division fixture between Charlton Athletic and Middlesbrough in October 1960.Leicester City F.C.
Leicester City Football Club is an English professional football club based in Leicester in the East Midlands. The club competes in the Premier League, England's top division of football, and plays its home games at the King Power Stadium.The club was founded in 1884 as Leicester Fosse F.C., playing on a field near Fosse Road. They moved to Filbert Street in 1891, were elected to the Football League in 1894 and adopted the name Leicester City in 1919. They moved to the nearby Walkers Stadium in 2002, which was renamed the King Power Stadium in 2011.
Leicester won the 2015–16 Premier League, their first top-level football championship. They are one of only six clubs to have won the Premier League since its inception in 1992. A number of newspapers described Leicester's title win as the greatest sporting shock ever, considering at the start of the season they were favourites to face relegation. Multiple bookmakers had never paid out at such long odds for any sport. As a result, the team was dubbed "The Unbelievables", a spin-off harking back to Arsenal's undefeated team "The Invincibles". The club's previous highest ever finish was second place in the top flight, in 1928–29, then known as Division One. Throughout Leicester's history, they have spent all but one season in the top two leagues of English football. They hold a joint-highest seven second-tier titles (six Second Division and one Championship).
The club have been FA Cup finalists four times, in 1948–49, 1960–61, 1962–63 and 1968–69. This is a tournament record for the most defeats in the final without having won the competition. Leicester have several promotions to their name, two play-off final wins, and one League One title. In 1971, they won the FA Community Shield, and in 2016, they were runners-up. The club have won the League Cup three times in 1964, 1997 and 2000, as well as being runners-up in 1965 and 1999. Leicester City have also competed in European football, featuring in the 1961–62 European Cup Winners' Cup, 1997–98 UEFA Cup, 2000–01 UEFA Cup, and most recently the 2016–17 UEFA Champions League, reaching the quarter-finals of the competition in that year.List of Leicester City F.C. records and statistics
This article collates key records and statistics relating to Leicester City F.C., including information on honours, player appearances and goals, matches, sequences, internationals, season records, opponents and attendances.M69 derby
The M69 Derby formerly the A46 Derby is a football match played between Coventry City and Leicester City. It takes its name from the motorway that connects the two cities, which are only 24 miles (38 km) apart.
Although neither side is the other club's traditional 'arch rival', with Aston Villa considered Coventry's traditional rival and Nottingham Forest as Leicester's, the fixture became increasingly significant between 2007 and 2011 with both clubs' traditional rivals often being in different leagues, and the disillusionment of some Coventry fans with their traditional rivalry with Aston Villa, which had become increasingly one-sided as Coventry found themselves less able to compete with a club in a higher division, with limited prospects for the situation to change. According to a survey by The Football Pools published in 2008, this fixture is the 26th fiercest rivalry in English football.However; the rivalry has declined in recent years as Leicester's success, culminating in a maiden Premier League title win in 2016, has coincided with Coventry struggling in the Football League, being relegated to League Two in 2017. With the clubs now three divisions apart, their competing on a similar level appears a remote prospect for some years to come.
The derby has on occasion been marred by violence, the most recent in February 2008. Prior to that, another took place in Coventry in October 2004 where police officers were pelted with missiles.Peter Hodge
Peter Hodge (18 June 1871 – 18 August 1934) was a Scottish football manager who managed Raith Rovers, Stoke City, Manchester City and spent most of his career with Leicester City (over two spells). He gained promotion while in charge of all four clubs.Wale Hicks
John Wale Hicks FRCP was an Anglican bishop, educationalist and author in the second half of the nineteenth century. He was identified with the Anglo-Catholic tradition of Anglicanism.Walter Carey
The Rt Revd Walter Julius Carey (12 July 1875 – 17 February 1955) was an English Anglican clergyman and author who served as Bishop of Bloemfontein in South Africa from 1921 to 1935. Carey was a rugby union forward who played club rugby for Oxford University and Blackheath and played international rugby for the British Isles XV in their 1896 tour of South Africa.