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27th April

England on
28th April

29th April
 
England On This Day
1851 Pelham von Donop born in Southsea
1857 Edwin Luntley born in Croydon



1903
Willis Edwards born in Blackwell




1949
Kenneth Hunt dies in Heathfield aged 65


1953
Brian Greenhoff born in Barnsley


1967
Earl Barrett born in Rochdale
1969 George Davis dies in Wimbledon aged 87


1877
Sam Wolstenholme baptised in Little Lever
1894
Billy Bassett sent off
1895 Anthony Hossack's son, also Anthony, born

1928 amateur Scotland 3 England 2 at Hampden Park
1946 plaque for Claude Ashton unveiled
1947
France team named to face England
1948
Raich Carter appointed as Hull City player-manager

1950
England team named to face Portugal & Belgium
1952 Raich Carter
leaves Hull City AFC

1953
Jim Taylor signs for Queen's Park Rangers FC
1958
Stan Mortensen announces his retirement
1965
Matthews Match GB 4 Rest of Europe 6 in Stoke


1977
women England 9 Switzerland 1 in Hull
1981
under 21 England 3 Romania 0 at County Ground
       
UEFA Group 4 Switzerland 2 Hungary 2
1982
under 21 England 1 Scotland 1 at Maine Road

1984 women Denmark 0 England 1 in Hjørring
 
Don Howe appointed as Arsenal FC manager
1986
World Cup Finals 1986 squad announced
1992
B CIS 1 England 1 in
Moscow
1993 David Platt scores in his third match in a row since becoming captain
UEFA Group 2 Norway 3 Turkey 1 & Poland 1 San Marino 0
under 16 Republic of Ireland 0 England 1 in Bursa
 
World Cup Preliminary match
694 Wednesday, 28 April 1993 -
England 2 Netherlands 2 [2-1]
Wembley Stadium, Wembley (73,163)
Barnes, Platt
Bergkamp, van Vossen (pen)
HD

  1994 under 16 Republic of Ireland 1 England 1 in Dublin
1995 under 16 England 3 Portugal 1 in Waremmien
1999 England concede their eighteenth direct free-kick
Sir Alf Ramsey dies in Ipswich aged 79

Friendly match
757 Wednesday, 28 April 1999 - Hungary 1 England 1 [0-1]
Népstadion, Budapest (20,000/45,000)
Hrutka
Shearer (pen)
AD

  2001 under 16 England 2 Switzerland 0 in Huddersfield
2003 The Silver Goal is introduced
2004 under 19 Slovenia 2 England 1 in Celje
2006 Jimmy Bullard agrees to sign for Fulham FC £2.5m
2007 under 16 England 1 Spain 0 at Wembley
2008 Peter Taylor resigns as Stevange Borough manager
2010
England drop to eighth in rankings
2014 Kevin Phillips announces his retirement
2019 Raheem Sterling wins PFA Young Player of the Year

Opposition On This Day
1899 Len Davies (Wales) born
1901 Bobby Gillespie (Scotland) born
1907 Ray Braine (Belgium) born
1912 Øivind Holmsen (Norway) born
1918 Gunnar Dahlin (Norway) born
1923 Dave Walsh (Republic of Ireland) born
1925 Luis Cruz (Uruguay) born
1928 Manuel Muñoz (Chile) born
1937 John White (Scotland) born
1970 Diego Simeone (Argentina) born
1973 Pauleta (Portugal) & Simo Valakari (Finland) born
1976 Joseph Ndo (Cameroon) born
1979 Nikolche Novevski (FYR Macedonia) born
1984 Victor Golovatenco (Moldova)
& Dimitry Torbinsky (Russia) born
1987 Simon Cox (Republic of Ireland) born
1988 Juan Mata (Spain) born
1994 Milas Degenek (Australia) born
 


England's Record on 28th April
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts % W/L
Home 1 0 1 0 2 2 =0 0 0 2.00 2.00 50.0 =0
Away 1 0 1 0 1 1 =0 0 0 1.00 1.00 50.0 =0
Total 2 0 2 0 3 3 =0 0 0 1.50 1.50 50.0 =0

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