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Ranking the Reds’ Premier League Seasons, Worst to Best: #3 – 2008/09
Ranking the Reds’ Premier League Seasons, Worst to Best: #3 – 2008/09
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  #3 – 2008/09 A note from Paul Tomkins: Ranking the Reds’ Premier League Seasons, Worst to Best, should really mean Ranking the Reds’ Premier League teams, Worst to Best. We all know their achievements in the seasons in question, but how good were they overall? It’s more…

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