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338 vs. Scotland
340 vs. Spain
Wednesday, 11 May 1960
International Friendly Match
England 3 Yugoslavia 3 [1-1]
  Match Summary
England Squad
Yugoslavia Squad
Empire Stadium, Empire Way, Wembley Park, Wembley, Middlesex
Attendance: 60,000 or 70,000;
Kick-off: 3.00pm BST
Live on BBC (UK) -
Commentator: Kenneth Wolstenholme
Yugoslavia - Milan Galić (30, 60), Bora Kostić (80)
England - Bryan Douglas (c.40), Jimmy Greaves (48), Johnny Haynes (89)
Results 1955-1960
? kicked-off. ? minutes (? & ?).
Match Summary
Officials from Scotland




Referee (-) - Robert Holley Davidson
31 (19 July 1928), Airdrie
x (-), Airdrie.
Linesmen - John M. Wallace, Grangemouth, and Ronald Gordon, Glasgow
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England Team


No official ranking system established;
ELO rating 9th
Colours: The 1959 Bukta home uniform - White v-necked short-sleeved continental jerseys, blue shorts, white socks with red/white/blue calf hoop.
Capt: Ronnie Clayton, fifth and final captaincy Manager: Walter Winterbottom, 47 (31 March 1913), appointed director of coaching in September 1946, and team manager in May 1947;
113th match, W 63 - D 28 - L 22 - F 307 - A 162, one abandoned. Team chosen by Selection Committee.
England Lineup
  Springett, Ronald D. 24 22 July 1935 G Sheffield Wednesday FC 3 5ᵍᵃ
2 Armfield, James     RB Blackpool FC 6 0
3 Wilson, Ramon 25 17 December 1934 LB Huddersfield Town AFC 2 0
4 Clayton, Ronald 25 5 August 1934 RHB Blackburn Rovers FC 35 0
final app 1955-60
791 5 Swan, Peter 23 8 October 1936 CHB Sheffield Wednesday FC 1 0
6 Flowers, Ronald     LHB Wolverhampton Wanderers FC 13 2
7 Douglas, Bryan     OR Blackburn Rovers FC 13 2
8 Haynes, John N. 25 17 October 1934 IR Fulham FC 34 14
9 Baker, Joseph     CF Hibernian FC, Scotland 3 1
10 Greaves, James 20 20 February 1940 IL Chelsea FC 6 3
11 Charlton, Robert     OL Manchester United FC 16 13
reserves: -
- -
Averages: Age - Appearances/Goals - -
Yugoslavia Team


No official ranking system established;
ELO rating 12th to 11th
Colours: Blue jerseys, white shorts, red socks.
Capt: Luka Lipošinović Manager: Aleksandar Tirnanić
Yugoslavia Lineup
  Šoškić, Milutin     G     GA
2 Durković, Vladimir     RB      
3 Jusufi, Fahrudin     LB      
4 Žanetić, Ante     RHB      
5 Zebec, Branko     CHB      
6 Perušić, Željko     LHB      
7 Lipošinović, Luka     OR      
8 Jerković, Dražan     IR      
9 Šekularac, Dragoslav     CF      
10 Galić, Milan     IL      
11 Kostić, Bora     OL      
Yugoslavia Substitutes
  Mujić, Muhamed, on 41st min. for Jerkovic            
reserves: -
- -
Averages: Age - Appearances/Goals - -
    Match Report by Mike Payne


    Match Report by Norman Giller

England were trailing 3-2 with 90 seconds to go when Joe Baker crashed the ball against the bar, and Johnny Haynes swept in the rebound. Straight from the kick-off an England attack ended with Baker again heading against the bar but this time there was nobody able to turn the ball back into the goal. An England victory would have been an injustice to a Yugoslavian side that played some excellent football, with two-goal Galic continually turning the defence inside out. England led 2-1 after 48 minutes following neatly taken goals either side of half-time by Bryan Douglas and Jimmy Greaves after the Yugoslavs had taken a 30th minute lead. It was a tough debut for the latest candidate for the No. 5 shirt, Peter Swan of Sheffield Wednesday. He replaced Bill Slater, who heard that he was dropped just a few minutes before being told that he had been elected 'Footballer of the Year'. Swan was stranded as Yugoslavia equalised on the hour, and a clever back heel by Galic gave Kosctic the chance to make it 3-2 with 10 minutes to go. This set up the dramatic climax to one of the most exciting international matches witnessed at Wembley.

Source Notes
Original newspaper reports
Rothman's Yearbooks
Mike Payne's England: The Complete Post-War Record (Breedon Books Publishing Company, Derby, U.K., 1993)
Norman Giller
, Football Author
Drew Herbertson, Scottish FA historian