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League One 2008/09

League One 2008/09

Vital Swindon Town brings you a list of who is guaranteed to be playing League One football next season so far.

COCA COLA LEAGUE ONE 2008/09 SO FAR

Bristol Rovers

Colchester United

Hartlepool United

Huddersfield

Leyton Orient

Milton Keynes Dons

Northampton Town

Oldham Athletic

Peterborough United

Scunthorpe United

Swindon Town

Tranmere Rovers

Walsall

Yeovil Town

**All of the above teams have no chance of promotion or relegation from League One this season. Colchester and Scunthorpe have been relegated from the Championship whilst Peterborough and Milton Keynes Dons have won promotion from League 2.

COULD MAKE PLAYOFFS/PROMOTION

Brighton & Hove Albion

Carlisle United

Doncaster Rovers

Leeds United

Nottingham Forest

Southend United

**One team from this list will gain automatic promotion to the Championship whilst another team from this list will gain promotion via the playoffs and be playing in the Championship in 2008/09.

COULD BE RELEGATED FROM LEAGUE ONE

AFC Bournemouth

Cheltenham Town

Crewe Alexandra

Gillingham

Millwall

**2 of these teams will be playing in League 2 for the 2008/09 season.

Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Sunday April 20 2008
Time: 9:05AM

Comments

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Would love to see Bournemouth pull off the great escape. Want Carlisle to go up as it is a horrible trip to make.... even more so on a Tuesday night!!!
STFC_Gazza
20/04/2008 10:39:00
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hopefully Carlisle's promotion champers is on ice until next week, i just hope that your boys do a job on Gillingham for us this weekend!
TheE14Lion
23/04/2008 16:09:00
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