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      DIVISION 1    1991/92
     
 

Leading League goalscorer:
Ian Wright 
(Arsenal 24 goals, 
Crystal Palace 5 goals)
 29  goals

Despite winning their third League title Leeds United didn't get the better of great rivals Manchester United in the four matches they played against them during the season. Amazingly three of those matches against United were at Elland Road in successive home games - Leeds drew in the League but lost FA Cup and Rumbelows League Cup ties.

Arsenal paid a club record 2.5m fee to Crystal Palace for forward Ian Wright. Some said it was far too much for a player not far off his 28th birthday. Time was to tell!

  P W D L F A Pts
    Results 1 Leeds United 42 22 16 4 74 37 82
    Results 2 Manchester United 42 21 15 6 63 33 78
    Results 3 Sheffield Wednesday 42 21 12 9 62 49 75
    Results 4 Arsenal 42 19 15 8 81 46 72
    Results 5 Manchester City 42 20 10 12 61 48 70
    Results 6 Liverpool 42 16 16 10 47 40 64
    Results 7 Aston Villa 42 17 9 16 48 44 60
    Results 8 Nottingham Forest 42 16 11 15 60 58 59
    Results 9 Sheffield United 42 16 9 17 65 63 57
    Results 10 Crystal Palace 42 14 15 13 53 61 57
    Results 11 Queens Park Rangers 42 12 18 12 48 47 54
    Results 12 Everton 42 13 14 15 52 51 53
    Results 13 Wimbledon 42 13 14 15 53 53 53
    Results 14 Chelsea 42 13 14 15 50 60 53
    Results 15 Tottenham Hotspur 42 15 7 20 58 63 52
    Results 16 Southampton 42 14 10 18 39 55 52
    Results 17 Oldham Athletic 42 14 9 19 63 67 51
    Results 18 Norwich City 42 11 12 19 47 63 45
    Results 19 Coventry City 42 11 11 20 35 44 44
    Results 20 Luton Town 42 10 12 20 38 71 42 Relegated
    Results 21 Notts County 42 10 10 22 40 62 40 Relegated
    Results 22 West Ham United 42 9 11 22 37 59 38 Relegated
   
    Full home and away table
     

 

The city of Leeds
has hosted two clubs in the Football League -
Leeds City until their expulsion and then Leeds United.
For complete results and League tables for each
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Leeds City            Leeds United

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