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England National Football Team Match No. 686

Denmark 0 England 0 [0-0]

Thursday, 11 June 1992

England Pre-Match

 

England Squad for the European Championships 1992
Player Birthdate Age Pos Club St Sub App G Cpt Dis
Barnes, John C. B. 07-Nov-1963 28 F Liverpool FC 54 13 67 10 0 -
John Barnes withdrew from the squad through injury, he was replaced by Andy Sinton.
19-Batty, David 02-Dec-1968 23 M Leeds United AFC 6 2 8 0 0 -
9-Clough, Nigel H. 19-Mar-1966 26 M Nottingham Forest FC 2 5 7 0 0 -
2-Curle, Keith 14-Nov-1963 28 D Manchester City FC 1 1  2 0 0 -
Keith Curle is a late addition to the squad, as a replacement for Gary Stevens.
18-Daley, Anthony M. 18-Oct-1967 24 F Aston Villa FC 3 2 5 0 0 -
Dixon, Lee M. 17-Mar-1964 28 D Arsenal FC 11 1 12 1 0 -
Lee Dixon withdrew from the squad through injury, he was replaced by Gary Stevens.
14-Dorigo, Anthony R. 31-Dec-1965 26 D Leeds United AFC 5 5 10 0 0 -
4-Keown, Martin R. 24-Jul-1966 25 D Everton FC 6 0 6 1 0 -
10-Lineker, Gary W. 30-Nov-1960 31 F Tottenham Hotspur FC 71 6 77 48 15 None
13-Martyn, A. Nigel 11-Aug-1966 25 G Crystal Palace FC 1 1  2 0 0 -
16-Merson, Paul C. 20-Mar-1968 24 F Arsenal FC 2 3 5 1 0 -
Player Birthdate Age Pos Club St Sub App G Cpt Dis
12-Palmer, Carlton L. 05-Dec-1965 26 M Sheffield Wednesday FC 3 1 4 0 0 -
3-Pearce, Stuart 24-Apr-1962 30 D Nottingham Forest FC 45 2 47 2 3 -
7-Platt, David A. 10-Jun-1966 25 M AS Bari, Italy 22 7 29 10 0 -
20-Shearer, Alan 13-Aug-1970 21 F Southampton FC 2 0 2 1 0 -
11-Sinton, Andrew 19-Mar-1966 26 M Queens Park Rangers FC 3 1 4 0 0 -
Andy Sinton is a late addition to the squad, as a replacement for John Barnes.
17-Smith, Alan M. 21-Nov-1962 29 F Arsenal FC 6 5 11 2 0 -
8-Steven, Trevor M. 21-Sep-1963 28 M Olympique de Marseille, France 27 7 34 4 0 -
Stevens, M. Gary 27-Mar-1963 29 D Glasgow Rangers FC, Scotland 40 6 46 0 0 -
Gary Stevens withdrew from the squad through injury, he was replaced by Keith Curle.
5-Walker, Desmond S. 26-Nov-1965 26 D Nottingham Forest FC 42 2 44 0 0 -
15-Webb, Neil J. 30-Jul-1963 28 M Manchester United FC 20 4 24 4 0 -
1-Woods, Christopher C. E. 14-Nov-1959 32 G Sheffield Wednesday FC 23 8 31 0 0 -
6-Wright, Mark 01-Aug-1963 28 D Liverpool FC 39 3 42 1 0 -
Mark Wright withdrew from the squad though injury, without any replacement.

All information is complete to and including the match against Finland on 3 June 1992.

Notes

The history of the England squad for the European Championship 1992 final tournament is traced in detail elsewhere.  Injuries forced the withdrawal of four players--Lee Dixon, John Barnes, Gary M. Stevens and Mark Wright--after manager Graham Taylor announced his squad on May 18, 1992.  Wright's withdrawal came just as the squad departed for Sweden, and UEFA, after summoning him for a medical examination, refused to grant permission for Tony Adams, the 25-year-old Arsenal defender (19 caps, 4 goals), to replace him.  

Two other players who certainly would have been named to the squad but for injuries were Paul Gascoigne, the 25-year-old Tottenham Hotspur defender (20 caps, 2 goals) and Rob Jones, the 20-year-old Liverpool defender (1 cap, 0 goals).  The most notable players Taylor did not select were Chris Waddle, the 31-year-old Olympique Marseille midfielder/winger (62 caps, 6 goals), and Ian Wright, the 28-year-old Arsenal forward who had led the old First Division in scoring in its last season (5 caps, 0 goals).

 

England Results
No. Date Opposition Venue Type F A Result H.T.
665 12-Sep-1990 Hungary Empire Stadium, Wembley, London F 1 0 HW [1-0]
666 17-Oct-1990 Poland Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP 2 0 HW [1-0]
667 14-Nov-1990 Republic of Ireland Lansdowne Road, Dublin ECP 1 1 AD [0-0]
668 06-Feb-1991 Cameroon Empire Stadium, Wembley, London F 2 0 HW [1-0]
669 27-Mar-1991 Republic of Ireland Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP 1 1 HD [1-1]
670 01-May-1991 Turkey Atatürk Stadyumu, İzmir ECP 1 0 AW [1-0]
671 21-May-1991 U.S.S.R. Empire Stadium, Wembley, London T/C 3 1 HW [2-1]
672 25-May-1991 Argentina Empire Stadium, Wembley, London T/C 2 2 HD [1-0]
673 01-Jun-1991 Australia Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney F 1 0 AW [1-0]
674 03-Jun-1991 New Zealand Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland F 1 0 AW [0-0]
675 08-Jun-1991 New Zealand Athletic Park, Wellington F 2 0 AW [1-0]
676 12-Jun-1991 Malaysia Merdeka Stadium, Kuala Lumpur F 4 2 AW [3-0]
677 11-Sep-1991 Germany Empire Stadium, Wembley, London F 0 1 HL [0-1]
678 16-Oct-1991 Turkey Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP 1 0 HW [1-0]
679 13-Nov-1991 Poland Stadion Lecha, Poznań ECP 1 1 AD [0-1]
680 19-Feb-1992 France Empire Stadium, Wembley, London F 2 0 HW [1-0]
681 25-Mar-1992 Czechoslovakia Stadion Strahov, Praha F 2 2 AD [1-1]
682 29-Apr-1992 C.I.S. Lenin Stadion, Moskva F 2 2 AD [1-1]
683 12-May-1992 Hungary Népstadion, Budapest F 1 0 AW [0-0]
684 17-May-1992 Brazil Empire Stadium, Wembley, London F 1 1 HD [0-1]
685 03-Jun-1992 Finland Olympiastadion, Helsinki F 2 1 AW [1-1]

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