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1898 Norman Creek born in Darlington

1945 Harry Daft dies in Ware aged 78 years

1950 Tommy Cook dies in Brighton aged 49 years

Jackie Lee dies in Rugby aged 74 years
1860 Harry Cursham baptised in Wilford
Harwood Greenhalgh marries Anne Wilson
1891 Trial
The North 3 The South 0 in Nottingham

Charlie Fry signs as an amateur with Portsmouth FC
Arthur Cunliffe rejoins Blackburn Rovers FC

Ralph Birkett makes his final appearance

Team chosen to face Italy U23
Andrew Cole joins Manchester United FC
 Green Flag announced as the first sponsors of England
2001 under 16 South Korea 4 England 0

 Sven-Göran Eriksson takes charge of England early
2007 Alan Thompson joins Leeds United AFC on loan
2009 James Beattie joins Stoke City FC for £3.5m
2011 England remain sixth in rankings,
 Wayne Bridge joins West Ham United FC on loan
 David Bentley joins Birmingham City FC on loan.
2012 Danny Drinkwater joins Leicester City FC
2016 Jonjo Shelvey joins Newcastle United FC for £12m
 Steve Caulker joins Liverpool FC on loan
2017 England remain 13th in rankings
 Tom Cleverley joins Watford FC on loan

Opposition On This Day
1904 Jozephus van Run (Netherlands) born
1905 Raymond Passello (Switzerland) born
1922 José Luis Panizo (Spain) born
1927 goalkeeper Ron Howells (Wales) &
Rudolf Röckl (Austria) born

1954 Jesus Satrustegui (Spain) born
1965 official Serguey Shmolik (Belarus) born
1969 Robert Prosinečki (Yugoslavia & Croatia) born in West Germany
1974 Ivića Mornar (Croatia), Milan Petkov (Bulgaria) & Hamilton Ricard (Colombia) born
1977 official Bas Nijhuis (Netherlands)
Marijo Marić (Croatia) born
1979 Grzegorz Rasiak (Poland) born
1980 Vitali Bulyga (Belarus) born
1981 Luis Ernesto Perez (Mexico) born
1985 Artem Milevskiy (Ukraine) born
1987 goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu (Italy) born
1989 Axel Witsel (Belgium) born
1994 Emre Can (Germany) born

Ottmar Hitzfeld (Switzerland manager) born

First FIFA's International Football Hall of Champions
2016 Edgaras Jankauskas (Lithuania manager) appointed