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    • Under Souness' captaincy, two trophies followed as Liverpool regained the League championship and retained the League Cup, trophies that were successfully defended in season 1982–83.Graeme Souness-Wikipedia
    • Average attendances at Kenilworth Road fell with the installation of seats and the club's reduction in stature, dropping from 13,452 in 1982–83 to their 2014–15 level—a slump of 35% over 32 years.Luton Town F.C.-Wikipedia
    • The following season QPR went on to win the Second Division championship and returned to English football's top division.Queens Park Rangers F.C.-Wikipedia
    • This changed from 1980 to 1988 when the club adopted plain red shirts and white shorts, although did wear an all red strip during the 1982–83 season.Stevenage F.C.-Wikipedia
    • Charlton took Wednesday out of the Third Division in 1980 and in his final season (1982–83) he took them to the semi-finals of the FA Cup.Sheffield Wednesday F.C.-Wikipedia
    • Dalglish was voted PFA Players' Player of the Year for the 1982–83 season, during which he scored 18 league goals as Liverpool retained their title.Kenny Dalglish-Wikipedia

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