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1951–52 Blackpool F.C. season

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1951–52 Blackpool F.C. season

Blackpool F.C.
Season 1951-52
League Division One
Manager Joe Smith
League position 9th
Top goalscorer League: Stan Mortensen (26)
Combined: Stan Mortensen (26)
FA Cup Third Round[1]
Highest home attendance
Lowest home attendance
Previous season 1950-51
Next season 1952-53

The 1951-52 season was Blackpool F.C.'s 45th season (42nd consecutive) in the Football League. They competed in the 22-team Division One, then the top tier of English football, finishing ninth. Stan Mortensen was the club's top scorer for the eighth consecutive season, with 26 goals in all competitions.

Table

P W D L F A GA Pts
1 Manchester United 42 23 11 8 95 52 1.827 57
2 Tottenham Hotspur 42 22 9 11 76 51 1.490 53
3 Arsenal 42 21 11 10 80 61 1.311 53
4 Portsmouth 42 20 8 14 68 58 1.172 48
5 Bolton Wanderers 42 19 10 13 65 61 1.066 48
6 Aston Villa 42 19 9 14 79 70 1.129 47
7 Preston North End 42 17 12 13 74 54 1.370 46
8 Newcastle United 42 18 9 15 98 73 1.342 45
9 Blackpool 42 18 9 15 64 64 1.000 45
10 Charlton Athletic 42 17 10 15 68 63 1.079 44
11 Liverpool 42 12 19 11 57 61 0.934 43
12 Sunderland 42 15 12 15 70 61 1.148 42
13 West Bromwich Albion 42 14 13 15 74 77 0.961 41
14 Burnley 42 15 10 17 56 63 0.889 40
15 Manchester City 42 13 13 16 58 61 0.951 39
16 Wolverhampton Wanderers 42 12 14 16 73 73 1.000 38
17 Derby County 42 15 7 20 63 80 0.787 37
18 Middlesbrough 42 15 6 21 64 88 0.727 36
19 Chelsea 42 14 8 20 52 72 0.722 36
20 Stoke City 42 12 7 23 49 88 0.557 31
21 Huddersfield Town 42 10 8 24 49 82 0.598 28
22 Fulham 42 8 11 23 58 77 0.753 27

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