Which club has sunk the lowest to come back and be champions?

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“After joyously learning that if things go the way Football Manager expects them to over the next 1,000 years,” writes Michael Corbett, “then my team, FC Halifax Town, will one day win the Premier League I have come to wonder: what’s the lowest that any team has ever been in a Football League system before winning the league in the top division?”

A few teams have been at the bottom of the Football League in England and gone on to win it but most of those were sides elected to the league when the old Third Divisions North and South were created back in the 1920s, notably Portsmouth who won the league twice in 1949 and 1950. Ipswich rose from Division Three South to league champions in just five years, under Alf Ramsey, but that was their first ever season in the top flight.

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