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Most relegated English football clubs

1 Notts County 12

2= Birmingham City 10

Bolton Wanderers 10

Grimsby Town 10

Preston North End 10

6= Cardiff City 9

Sheffield Wednesday 9

8= Bristol City 8

Burnley 8

Derby County 8

Doncaster Rovers 8

Leicester City 8

Manchester City 8

Sheffield United 8

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DISCIPLINES OF THE 39

BBC SPORTS PERSONALITIES

OF THE YEAR

1 Athletics 13

2 Motor Racing 5

3= Boxing 3

Ice Skating 3

Cricket 3

6= Football 2

Golf 2

Showjumping 2

Swimming 2

Tennis 2

11= Cycling 1

Snooker 1

SPORTS SHOWN ON CHANNEL 4

(year ending October 1993)

1 Horse racing 205hr 15min

2 Football 105hr 5min

3 American Football 69hr 10min

4 Golf 20hr 50min

5 Gaelic Football/Games 13hr 5min

6 Cycling 12hr 45min

7 Athletics 6hr 35min

8 Tennis 5hr 45min

9 Sumo wrestling 4hr 20min

10 Motor sports 3hr 20min

11= Basketball 2hr 20min

Ice Hockey 2hr 20min

13 Baseball 2hr

14 Boxing 45min

15 Cricket 35min

16= Diving 30min

Rugby Union 30min

Skiing 30min

Snooker 30min

20 Gymnastics 20min

21 Ice Skating 15min

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ANNIVERSARIES

Today: Births of Emerson Fittipaldi, the youngest-ever Formula One world drivers' champion (1946); Tracy Austin (1962).

Tomorrow: Births of John Francome (1952); of Archie Moore, world light- heavyweight champion between 1952 and 1961 (1913 or 1916, even Moore was unsure); Bryan Robson scored against Yugoslavia in 38 seconds, the fastest professional goal at Wembley (1989).

Tuesday: Births of Henri Cochet, one the France's 'Four Musketeers' of tennis (1901); Stan Smith (1946); Ted Drake scored seven goals in Arsenal's 7-1 victory over Aston Villa (1935).

Wednesday: Birth of Joe Jordan (1951); first Test match in India (1933).

Thursday: Birth of Sir Jack Hobbs, who scored a world-record 197 centuries for England (1882).

Friday: Births of Ray Wilson, England World Cup-winning full-back (1934); Kerry Packer, Australian media tycoon (1937).

Saturday: Stan Mellor became the first National Hunt jocket to ride 1,000 winners when Ouzo won at Nottingham (1971).

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