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Prior to 1981-82 it was only 2 points for a win so was not achievable as even if a club had somehow won all 46 games they would only amass 92 points.

The division names have changed but we will answer by their old names so 1 would be the Premier League now, 2 would be the Championship, 3 would be League One and 4 would be League Two.

1984: York 101 (4th)

1986: Swindon 102 (4th)

1999: Sunderland 105 (2nd)

1999: Fulham 101 (3rd)

2001: Fulham 101 (2nd)

2002: Plymouth 102 (4th)

2003: Wigan 100 (3rd)

2006: Reading 106 (2nd)

2012: Charlton 101 (3rd)

The Premiership record is 95, by Chelsea in 2005. This was achieved playing only 38 games. All of the records above were achieved in a season of 46 games.

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No, the highest any top flight team has ever reached since the rule for 3 points per win was introduced was 95 points by Chelsea in 2004/2005 under Jose Mourinho.

The highest points in a season out of any league was 106 points, when Reading won the championship in 2005/2006 under Steve Coppell.

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Only four teams; Manchester United (11 Championships), Blackburn Rovers (1 Championship), Arsenal (3 Championships) and Chelsea (2 Championships), have won the English Premier League.

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As of 15 May 2011, five teams have scored over 1000 goals: Man Utd (1448), Arsenal (1269), Chelsea (1217), Liverpool (1184) and Tottenham (1004). Next on the list are Newcastle (937) and Aston Villa (935).

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