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8th April

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9th April

10th April
England On This Day




1901
Ernie Hine born in Barnsley
1903
Jack Hunter dies in Blackburn aged 51
1870 Norman Winckworth baptised in Westminster
1887
Jack Brodie marries Eda Lockley in Wolverhampton
1895
Arthur Walters' son, Anthony, born
1899
Ben Olney baptised in Finsbury
1904 England beat Scotland after three consecutive draws
Tom Cooper born

Home International Championship
82 Saturday, 9 April 1904 - Scotland 0 England 1 [0-0]
Celtic Park, Glasgow (40,000)
Bloomer AW

1905 Tom Cooper born in Fenton
1906 Jimmy Ashcroft's medals stolen from Plumstead home
1908
Walter Bennett funeral in Mexborough
1910
amateur England 6 Switzerland 1 in London
1913
George Thornewell fined for playing football
1918
Ronnie Sewell receives the Silver War Badge
1921 England fail to score for second match in a row for first time
Home Championship Wales 2 Ireland 1

Home International Championship  
125 Saturday, 9 April 1921 - Scotland 3 England 0 [1-0]
Hampden Park, Glasgow
(85,000)
Wilson, Morton, Cunningham AL

  1923 England team chosen to face Scotland
1927
Home Championship Wales 2 Ireland 2
1931
Harry Storer to become Coventry City FC manager
1932 record equalling seventh home victory in a row
Harry Hibbs loses six teeth in a league clash

Home International Championship  
181 Saturday, 9 April 1932 - England 3 Scotland 0 [1-0]
Empire Stadium, Wembley
(92,180)
Waring, Barclay (Craig OG), Crooks HW

  1934 teams chosen for the England-Scotland match
1936
Steve Bloomer's wife, Sarah, dies
1938 England fail to score at home for first time in 12 years

Home International Championship  
215 Saturday, 9 April 1938 - England 0 Scotland 1 [0-1]
Empire Stadium, Wembley
(93,267)
Walker HL

1943 Jimmy Ashcroft dies in Liverpool aged 64

1948
Stan Matthews awarded first FWA Footballer of Year
1949 England adorn their new badge

Home International Championship  
245 Saturday, 9 April 1949 - England 1 Scotland 3 [0-1]
Empire Stadium, Wembley (98,188)
Milburn
Mason, Steel, Reilly
HL

  1955 youth Saar 1 England 3 in Prato
 
       amateur Scotland 3 England 3 at Hampden Park
1958
teams chosen for the England-Scotland match
        youth England 5 Luxembourg 0 in Esch sur Alzette
1960 match of three penalties and 55 free-kicks

Home International Championship  
338 Saturday, 9 April 1960 - Scotland 1 England 1 [1-0]
Hampden Park, Glasgow
(129,183/783)
Leggat
R.Charlton (pen)
AD


1975
Robbie Fowler born in Liverpool

1985
Ernie Taylor dies in Birkenhead aged 59
1968 youth Netherlands 0 England 1 in Nömes

1982
youth Netherlands 0 England 1 in Cannes

1986
under 21 Italy 2 England 0 in Pisa
1988
Alan Shearer signs professional with Southampton FC
1991
Nick Barmby signs on for Tottenham Hotspur FC
1997
England drop to fourteenth in rankings
2002 Roy Hodgson new manager of United Arab Emirates
2008
England remain eleventh in rankings
2013
Phil Neville announces his intention to retire.
2015 England up to fourteenth in rankings

2019 Danny Drinkwater charged with drink-driving

Opposition On This Day
1849 David Wotherspoon (Scotland) born
1917 Ron Burgess (Wales) born
1925 goalkeeper Frank Borghi (USA) born
1976 official Baris Simsek (Turkey) born
1978 Jorge Andrade (Portugal) born
1980 Jerko Leko (Croatia) born
1985 Cristhian Noboa (Ecuador)
& Antonio Nocerino (Italy) born
1986 official Srđan Jovanović (Serbia) born in Belgrade
1987 Blaise Matuidi (France) born
1994 Brad Smith (Australia) born
 


England's Record on 9th April
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts % W/L
Home 3 1 0 2 4 4 =0 1 1 1.333 1.333 33.3 -1
Away 3 1 1 1 2 4 -2 1 1 0.667 1.333 50.0 =0
Total 6 2 1 3 6 8 -2 2 2 1.00 1.50 41.7 -1

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