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13th April

England on
14th April

15th April
 
England On This Day
1850 Conrad Warner born in Cripplegate
1865
Joe Lofthouse born in Blackburn







1912
Ray Westwood born in Amblecote
1915 Edward Haygarth dies in Cirencester aged 60


1872
Jem Bayliss baptised in Tipton
1878
Geoff Wilson baptised in Horbling
 
Bernard Wilkinson baptised in Thorpe Hesley
1883 Frederick Chappell marries Katherine Tindal again
1894 Ardwick FC change name to Manchester City FC
1904 Arthur Turner marries Edith Dorrety in Hartley Witney
1911
amateur Germany 2 England 2 in Berlin


1919
trial The South 1 The North 4 at Stamford Bridge
 
Ernie Williamson transfer fee set at £150
1923 One hundredth match under the jurisdiction of the Selection Committee
Home Championship Wales 0 Ireland 3
 
Home International Championship
133 Saturday, 14 April 1923 - Scotland 2 England 2 [1-2]
Hampden Park, Glasgow
(71,000)
Cunningham, Wilson
Kelly, Watson
AD

   
1934 Eric Brook scores his second free-kick of the season
Alf Strange breaks his fibula in a league clash

Home International Championship  
191 Saturday, 14 April 1934 - England 3 Scotland 0 [1-0]
Empire Stadium, Wembley
(92,363)
Bastin, Brook, Bowers HW



1942
George Molyneux dies in Southend-on-Sea aged 66
1937 Warney Cresswell sacked as Chester City manager
1938
Jack Tresadern appointed Plymouth Argyle manager

1945
wartime Scotland 1 England 6 at Hampden Park
1949
Jackie Bestall sacked as Doncaster Rovers manager
1951 Jimmy Crabtree first player for 51 years to play in two different areas

Home International Championship
262 Saturday, 14 April 1951 - England 2 Scotland 3 [1-1]
Empire Stadium, Wembley
(98,750)
Hassall, Finney
Johnstone, Reilly, Liddell
HL

   
1956 England one minute away from finishing bottom

Home International Championship
302 Saturday, 14 April 1956 - Scotland 1 England 1 [0-0]
Hampden Park, Glasgow
(132,817)
Leggat
Haynes
AD

1957 youth Netherlands 2 England 1 in Barcelona
1962 England fail to score for first time in 15 matches

Home International Championship
356 Saturday, 14 April 1962 - Scotland 2 England 0 [1-0]
Hampden Park, Glasgow
(132,431/441)
Wilson, Caldow (pen) AL


1992
Nick Pope born in Wicken

1994
Bobby Gurney dies in Sunderland aged 86

2000
Wilf Mannion dies in Middlesbrough aged 81
1991 Paul Gascoigne scores the Goal of the Season

1993
semi-pro England 1 Finland U21 3 in Woking

1998
Darius Vassell signs professional with Aston Villa FC

2004 England drop to tenth in rankings

Opposition On This Day
1912 Arne Brustad (Norway) born
1917 goalkeeper Torsten Lindberg (Sweden) born
1926 Jorge Robledo (Chile) born
1972 official Serge Gumienny (Belgium)
& Wojciech Kowalczyk (Poland) born
1973 Roberto Ayala (Argentina) born
1977 Christian Zanetti (Italy)
& Erion Bogdani (Albania) born
1979 Samir Əliyev (Azerbaijan)
& official Marcin Borkowski (Poland) born
1982 Rinat Abdulin (Kazakhstan) born
1985 Michal Papadopoulos (Czech Republic)
& Christophe Leitgeb (Austria) born
1988 Michele Cervellini (San Marino) born
1992 goalkeeper Jiří Pavlenka (Czech Republic) born
 


England's Record on 14th April
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts % W/L
Home 2 1 0 1 5 3 +2 0 1 2.50 1.50 50.0 =0
Away 3 0 2 1 3 5 -2 1 0 1.00 1.667 33.3 -1
Total 5 1 2 2 8 8 =0 1 1 1.60 1.60 40.0 -1

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