By the time the 1920s commenced City were regarded as one of football’s major clubs. So much so that in March 1920 King George V chose to attend Hyde Road for City’s 2-1 defeat of Liverpool. The Blues finished that campaign in 7th place but it was the 1920-21 season which proved City deserved to be regarded as a major force on the pitch.
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