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What position did Liverpool finish in 2012?

What position did Liverpool finish in 2012?

7th
Liverpool finished 7th in the Premier League, one place and nine points higher than the 2011–12 season…

When did Stoke play in Europe?

Stoke City F.C. in European football

Club Stoke City
First entry 1970–71 Texaco Cup (Major: 1972–73 UEFA Cup)
Latest entry 2011–12 UEFA Europa League

How did Stoke qualify for Europa League?

Because FA Cup winners Manchester City qualified for the UEFA Champions League via their third-place finish in the Premier League, as FA Cup runners-up, Stoke qualified for the UEFA Europa League. Stoke were drawn against Croatian side Hajduk Split and after two legs ran out 2–0 winners.

When did Stoke City join the Premier League?

The 2012–13 season was Stoke City ‘s fifth season in the Premier League and the 57th in the top tier of English football.

Who are the players that left Stoke City in 2012?

The summer of 2012 saw the departure of fan favourite Ricardo Fuller whilst in came winger Michael Kightly and USA defender Geoff Cameron, later followed by Charlie Adam and Steven Nzonzi. Stoke began the season with four straight draws and an embarrassing League Cup exit to Swindon Town.

Who was the manager of Liverpool in 2012?

Pre-season saw a change of manager for Liverpool, with Kenny Dalglish leaving on 16 May 2012. Brendan Rodgers was unveiled as his replacement on 1 June 2012. Liverpool finished 7th in the Premier League, one place and nine points higher than the 2011–12 season.

Where did Liverpool finish in the Premier League in 2012?

Brendan Rodgers was unveiled as his replacement on 1 June 2012. Liverpool finished 7th in the Premier League, one place and nine points higher than the 2011–12 season. According to the Forbes’ list of the most valuable football clubs published in April 2013, Liverpool were ranked as the 10th most valuable football club in the world.