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2012-13 IN NUMBERS

1 May 2013

We look at the 2012-13 campaign numerically

276,506 – this was how many people watched the Gills in all competitions home and away throughout the 2012-13 campaign

151,825 – supporters came through the turnstiles here at Priestfield for league games

104,660 – fans watched the Gills in league matches on their travels

11,172 – the biggest home crowd was against AFC Wimbledon in the final home game

10,887 – the largest crowd away from home was at Bradford City in March

4,380 – the smallest home crowd was against Chesterfield in September

2013 – Gillingham are the League Two Champions

1,551 – the smallest league crowd to watch Gillingham was at Rochdale on 19 March

1964 – was the last time that the Gills had won a title

371 – the number of minutes the Gills went without conceding – from Barnet’s 23rd minute goal at Underhill through to Rochdale netting after 15 minutes at Priestfield

83 – points were amassed in all

64 – yellow cards were issued to Gills players

43 – the most appearances by any one player – Matt Fish

42 – points were gained away from home

41 – points were gained here at Priestfield

38 – Gillingham scored in this many league games

37 – the number of different players used throughout the season

29 – the number of goals scored by Martin Allen’s team in away fixtures

27 – the number of weeks that the Gills led the League Two table

23 – the total number of wins in league games

22 – different players were used in the different cup competitions

21 – Nathan Nyafli’s goal at Burton made it this many different Gills players to score

18 – Gillingham scored in this many away games and kept this many cleansheets in league games

16 – the number of goals netted by leading scorer Danny Kedwell

14 – this was the number of games  that saw the Gills register a club record longest unbeaten away sequence - from October 23 at Torquay through to Cheltenham on April 13

13 – Deon Burton scored this many goals

12 – the number of league wins at MEMS Priestfield Stadium

11 – the number of wins away from home – a club record

10 – boss Martin Allen brought in this many loan players during the promotion campaign

9 – different players scored one goal

8 – the penalty converted by Myles Weston at Burton took his season’s tally to this figure and there were also this many league defeats

7 –  the number of goals scored by Chris Whelpdale

6 – the number of ‘doubles’ completed and there also this many debutants in the final game at Burton

5 – Gillingham recorded this many successive away wins (between August 21 at Wycombe to the triumph at Northampton on October 2)

4 – the Champions won the title by this number of points from runners-up Rotherham United

3 – Adam Barrett, Joe Martin and Stuart Nelson were all chosen in the PFA League Team of the Year and this was also the number of away defeats – another club record

2 – six players scored twice during the season

One great team

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