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PostSubject: the third-tier Second Division   Thu Aug 18, 2011 5:51 am

A late winner by Yugoslav Raddy Antić saved the team and prompted Pleat to dance across the pitch performing a "jig of joy",[38] an image that has become iconic.[39] The club achieved its highest ever league position, seventh, in 1987,[40] and won the League Cup a year later with a 3–2 win over Arsenal. With ten minutes left on the clock and Arsenal 2–1 ahead, a penalty save from stand-in goalkeeper Andy Dibble sparked a late Luton rally: Danny Wilson equalised, before Brian Stein scored the winner with the last kick of the match.[5][41][42] The club reached the League Cup Final once more in 1989, but lost 3–1 to Nottingham Forest.[5]
A crowd of men, some wearing grey suits and some wearing white shirts, navy shorts and white socks, celebrate raucously on a podium. An open bottle of champagne is visible in front of them, spiralling through the air as if somebody has thrown it.
Luton Town players and staff celebrate winning the Football League Trophy in 2009

The club was relegated from the top division at the end of the 1991–92 season,[5] and sank to the third tier four years later.[5][43] Luton stayed in the third-tier Second Division until relegation at the end of the 2000–01 season.[44] Under the management of Joe Kinnear, who had arrived halfway through the previous season,[45] the team won promotion from the fourth tier at the first attempt.[5] "Controversial"[46] owner John Gurney unsettled the club in 2003,[46] terminating Kinnear's contract on his arrival in May;[46][47] Gurney replaced Kinnear with Mike Newell before leaving Luton as the club entered administration.

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