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England On This Day
1850 Cuthbert Ottaway born in Dover
John Veitch born in Kingston Hill

Stanley Harris born in Bristol
Ronnie Sewell born in Middlesbrough

Edward Parry dies in West Bridgford aged 76

Jack Harrow dies in Croydon aged 69
Paul Bracewell born in Heswall

Luke Young born in Harlow

2014 Ray King (unused) dies in Bangkok aged 89 years

Herbert Banks baptised in Coventry

Ben Spilsbury's son, Robert, is born
The FA cancel the British Championship
1916 Harry Makepeace joins the army
1920 Fanny Walden's daughter, Betty, is born
1931 Bill Dean marries Ethel Fossard in Birkenhead
1933 George Stephenson joins Preston North End FC

1966 Group A Uruguay 0 Mexico 0
1979 women England 3 Finland 1 in Sorrento
1983 Tony Dorigo signs pro forms with Aston Villa FC
Brian Deane joins Sheffield United FC for £30,000
1992 women Iceland 1 England 2 in Kópavogsvöllur
under 19 Cyprus 1 England 2 in Paralimni
Nick Barmby joins Liverpool FC
2007 Stuart Pearce is new under-21's permanent manager
2010 Joe Cole joins Liverpool FC
2012 Nathaniel Clyne joins Southampton FC
 Ledley King retires from playing football because of injury
2014 Wayne Bridge marries Frankie Sandford
2016 Nick Pope signs for Burnley FC
2017 women England 6 Scotland 0 in Utrecht

Opposition On This Day
1857 Tom Molyneux (Ireland) could have been born
1924 Antoine Cuissard (France) born
1925 Michael Pfeiffer (West Germany) born
& Roger Quenolle (France) born
1928 László Budai (Hungary) born
& official Bobby Davidson (Scotland) born in Airdrie
1948 Alexandru Neagu (Romania) born
1968 goalkeeper Adam Matysek (Poland)
& Pavel Kuka (Czech Republic) born
1971 Naoki Soma (Japan) born
1972 Ebbe Sand (Denmark) born
1973 official Octavian Sovre (Romania)
& Antonio Brogno (Belgium) born
1976 Olexandr Radchenko (Ukraine) born
1979 Zvonimir Vukić (Serbia & Montenegro) born
1983 official Adrien Jaccottet (Switzerland) born
1986 official Turedio Moreno (Venezuela) born
1991 Jean Michaël Seri (Côte d'Ivoire) born
1995 Manuel Akanji (Switzerland), Marko Rog (Croatia)
& Matt Miazga (United States) born
1996 Dániel Sallói (Hungary) born