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PostSubject: Stephen Smith managed   Tue Aug 16, 2011 1:11 am

With a record of one defeat and eleven victories from twelve matches, the team concluded the season with a "test match" against Swindon Town, who had finished bottom of Division One. As 5–1 winners, New Brompton gained promotion to Division One the following season.[5] In 1896 the club appointed its first manager when William Ironside Groombridge, who had previously served as the club's financial secretary, took charge of team affairs.[6] Groombridge served the club, as secretary and sometimes manager, until well after the First World War.[7]
Stephen Smith managed New Brompton from 1906 to 1908

New Brompton struggled in Division One, generally finishing close to the foot of the table, but did reach the first round proper of the FA Cup for the first time in 1899–1900, losing 1–0 to Southampton. In the same season the club was forced to play a league fixture at the home ground of Woolwich Arsenal when Priestfield was closed due to crowd trouble in a match against Millwall.[8]

In the 1907–08 season, under the management of the former England international Stephen Smith,[9] New Brompton finished bottom of the table, [10] avoiding relegation only due to the expansion of the league, but did achieve a cup victory over First Division Sunderland, remembered for a hat-trick from Charlie McGibbon.[8]'

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