The Results Archive
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Car tax discs are introduced at the start of 1921 as a way of showing that the road fund tax had been paid. Eleven die and many are injured as riots occur in Belfast in August 1920. The Government of Ireland Act is passed allowing for the partitioning of Ireland with legislative chambers in Dublin and Belfast but events on the ground are moving on Tbilisi is occupied by the Bolsheviks Red Army in February 1921. West Bromwich Albion are comfortable winners of the first Football League Championship after the Great War. The Auxiliary Division of the Royal Irish constabulary opens fire on a crowd at a Gaelic game in Croke Park in November 1920. Rupert Bear appears in a cartoon strip for the first time in the Daily Express in November 1920. An ambush near the village of Kilmichael leaves 17 dead from the Auxiliary Division of the Royal Irish Constabulary. The Unknown Warrior arrives in November 1920 for burial in Westminster Abbey. In what has become an Irish war of independence British forces set fire to part of Cork.
League Cup
EPR   PR   1Q   2Q   3Q   6Q   5Q   4Q   R1   R2   R3   R4   SF   F  
Saturday 19 February 1921
Aston Villa2 - 0Huddersfield Town
Everton3 - 0Newcastle United
Fulham0 - 1Wolverhampton Wanderers
Hull City3 - 0Burnley
Luton Town2 - 3Preston North End
Plymouth Argyle0 - 0Chelsea
Southampton0 - 1Cardiff City
Southend United1 - 4Tottenham Hotspur
Wednesday 23 February 1921
Chelsea0 - 0Plymouth Argyle
Monday 28 February 1921
Chelsea2 - 1Plymouth Argyle