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1936
George Armitage dies in Malling aged 38

1947
Emlyn Hughes born in Barrow-in-Furness
1964
James Richardson dies in Bexley aged 53


1986
Arthur Cunliffe dies in Bournemouth aged 77
1920 olympics Great Britain 1 Norway 3 in Antwerp
1921
Frank Moss' son, Amos, born
1928
Frank Moss placed on transfer list after being sent off
1929
George Thornewell joins Chesterfield FC
1933
Joe Carter's daughter, Hazel, born

1945
Ted Drake retires from playing because of injury


1971
women England 2 France 3 in Guadalajara
1985
UEFA Group 3 Romania 2 Finland 0

1993 Ian Wright's Do The Right Thing released
1996 England remain thirteenth in rankings
1999
Rob Jones retires from playing because of injury
2002 Chris Armstrong joins Bolton Wanderers FC
2005 England name squad for Wales & North. Ireland
2009 under 17 England 2 Turkey 3 at Sixfields Stadium
       
women England 3 Russia 2 in Helsinki
 Brian Little appointed manager at Gainsborough Trinity
 Fraser Forster joins Norwich City FC on loan
2011 under 17 England 1 Portugal 0 in Northampton
 England name squad for Bulgaria & Wales
2012 Moldova name squad for England & Poland
 Jimmy Bullard joins MK Dons FC
2013 under 17 England 1 Portugal 3 in Burton-upon-Trent
 Ukraine name squad for San Marino & England
 
Marcus Bettinelli joins Accrington Stanley FC on loan
2014 England name squad for Norway & Switzerland
 Wayne Rooney appointed as England captain
 Wilfried Zaha joins Crystal Palace FC on loan
2015 under 17 England 2 Turkey 1 in Walsall
 Joey Barton joins Burnley FC
2016 Sam Allardyce names his only England squad
2018 Ashley Young, Jamie Vardy & Gary Cahill retire
2020 Iceland squad named for England & Belgium

Opposition On This Day
1893 Sam Irving (Ireland) born
1910 Karl Zischek (Austria) born
1959 Jacob Troost (Netherlands) born
1965 Dmitri Kuzhetsov (USSR) born

1974 Carsten Jancker (Germany) born
1975 official Christos Nicolaides (Cyprus) born
1977 Daniel Andersson (Sweden) born
1981 Daniel Gygax (Switzerland) born
1982 Thiago Motta (Italy) born in Brazil
1983 Christian Pander (Germany) born
1989 César AzpIlićueta (Spain) born
1991 Marko Večović (Montenegro) born
1997 Keidi Bare (Albania) born
1998 Weston McKennie (United States) born




1966
Julen Lopetegui (Spain manager) born
 

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