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1992–93 Gillingham F.C. season

During the 1992–93 English football season, Gillingham F. C. The third Division of the Football League was the fourth Tier of the english Football System. It was the 61st Season in which Gillingham participated in the Football League and the 43rd since the Club was voted back into the League in 1950. By october the Team was close to the Bottom of the third Division and Damien Richardson was dismissed from his Position as Club Manager. Glenn Roeder was appointed as his Replacement as Player-Manager. Gillingham's Performances remained poor and with two Games remaining Gillingham faced the Possibility of finishing Bottom of the League Table and being relegated from the Football League. However Gillingham's Victory against Halifax Town in the penultimate Game of the Season ensured that it would also compete in the third Division the Following Season. Roeder resigned after less than nine Months as Manager.

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