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Bobby Moore

West Ham United FC

108 appearances, 2 goals

P 108 W 67 D 23 L 18 F 213: A 101
73% successful

1962-73

disciplined: none
Captain:
90
minutes played:
9780

Profile

Full name Robert Frederick Chelsea Moore
Born 12 April 1941 in Barking Hospital, Upney Lane, Essex [registered in Ilford, June 1941], To Robert And Doris (née Buckle), moved to Ivyhouse Road, Dagenham, as a baby and lived there until moving to the Hainault Estate at the age of nine.
Attended Westbury (Barking) Primary School and Tom Hood Technical School in Leyton.
Married twice, firstly to Christina Elizabeth Dean on 30 June 1962 at St Clement's Church, Ilford [registered in Ilford, June 1962], divorced in 6 January 1986. 
Secondly to Stephanie L Parlane-Moore on 4 December 1991 at Chelsea Register Office
[registered in Kensington & Chelsea, December 1991].
Died 24 February 1993 at home in Wandsworth, aged 51 years 318 days [registered in Wandsworth, February 1993].
Moore was diagnosed with bowel cancer aged 49, following symptoms that, in retrospect, started several years earlier. He underwent a colectomy and chemotherapy, but at operation two liver metastases were already evident.
F
uneral was on 2 March 1993, cremated at Putney Vale Crematorium
On 28 June 1993, his memorial service was held in Westminster Abbey.
Height/Weight 6' 2", 12st. 13lbs [1968].

Source

Douglas Lammings' An English Football Internationalist Who's Who [1990], BobbyMooreOnline & FindMyPast.com

My Soccer Story - Bobby Moore [Stanley Paul. London 1966]
My Soccer Story - Bobby Moore [revised edition, Stanley Paul. London 1966]
England! England! - Bobby Moore [Stanley Paul. London 1970]
Bobby Moore: the authorised biography - Jeff Powell [Everest. London 1976]
Bobby Moore: the illustrated biography of a football legend - David Emery [Headline. London 1993]
Bobby Moore: the life and times of a sporting hero - Jeff Powell [Robson. London 1993]
Bobby Moore: a celebration of the life of England's greatest Captain - John James Maguire [Author. Widnes 1996]
Moore than a legend: from Barking to Bogota: a fascinating new insight into the real Bobby Moore: from those who knew him best - Phil Daniels [Goal. Romford 1998]
Bobby Moore: the life and times of a sporting hero - Jeff Powell [revised edition, Robson. London 1998]
Bobby Moore: by the person who knew him best - Tina Moore [Willow. London 2005]
Bobby Moore: the master - Norman Giller [NGB. London December 2012]
Bobby Moore: the man in full - Matt Dickinson [Yellow Jersey September 2013]

x. - A Football Compendium, Peter J. Seddon (1999).

Club Career

Club(s)   Played with Barking Schools, Leyton Schools and Woodford Youth Club.  Became a West Ham United FC amateur in August 1956 before signing professional forms on 12 June 1958 and made his League debut on 8 September 1958 against Manchester United FC. Despite a projected move to Tottenham Hotspur FC in the summer of 1966, he had fallen out with his club, being stripped of his Captaincy, Moore played in 544 league appearances, scoring 24, before transferring to Fulham FC on 14 March 1974, Transfer Deadline Day, for £25,000. Norwich City FC had put in an unaccepted bid earlier in the day. This despite Brian Clough offering West Ham £400,000 to take both Moore and Trevor Brooking to Nottingham Forest FC in July 1973. He played his last game on English soil on 14 May 1977 against Blackburn Rovers FC, completing 124 league appearances, with one goal.  Moore played in the North American Soccer League in 1976 for San Antonio Thunder and upon leaving Craven Cottage, returned to the NASL for Harry Redknapp's Seattle Sounders in 1978. Moore played eleven times for Herning Fremad, as player/coach, in the Danish Third Division from February 1979.
  
Club honours   International Soccer League winners 1963; F.A. Cup winners 1963-64, runners-up 1974-75; European Cup Winners' Cup winners 1964-65; League Cup runners-up 1965-66;
  
Individual honours   Football League (twelve appearances);
West Ham United FC Player of the Year
1960-61, 1962-63, 1967-68, 1969-70; Football Writers' Association Footballer of the Year 1963-64; BBC Sports Personality of the Year 1966; British Sports Writers' Association Sportsman of the Year 1966; France Football European Footballer of the Year runner-up 1970; Football Writers' Association Tribute Award for outstanding contribution to the national game 1990; International Football Hall of Fame 1997; Football League's 100 legends 1998; defender MasterCard European and World Football Teams of the Twentieth Century 1998; International Football Hall of Champions 1999; World Soccer's 100 Players of the Century 1999; Football Association England Hall of Fame 2002; inaugural member of National Football Museum Hall of Fame 2002.
  
Distinctions Awarded the OBE 1 January 1967; Appeared on ITV's This Is Your Life 6 January 1971;

Source

Douglas Lammings' An English Football Internationalist Who's Who [1990].

Management Career

Bobby Moore applied for the vacant England manager's job in 1977, the job eventually went to his mentor, Ron Greenwood. The FA did not consider Moore worthy of a reply.
Moore was also expected who became the manager at Watford FC in May 1977 under Elton John. He underwent a successful interview, but inexplicably, the job went to Graham Taylor.
Undeterred
, Moore managed Oxford City FC from 12 December 1979 until May 1981, Harry Redknapp was his assistant. Team Eastern AA in Hong Kong in 1983, and then Southend United FC, firstly as chief executive from August 1983, manager from June 1984 until April 1986;

England Career

Player number One of two who became the 804th players (804) to appear for England.
Position(s) Right/left-halfback; central defender.
First match No. 358, 20 May 1962, Peru 0 England 4, a friendly match at Estadio Nacional Coloso de José Díaz, Lima, aged 21 years 38 days.
Hundredth match No. 467, 14 February 1973, Scotland 0 England 5, a friendly match at Hampden Park, Mount Florida, Glasgow, aged 31 years 308 days.
Last match No. 477, 14 November 1973, England 0 Italy 1, a friendly match at The Empire Stadium, Wembley, London, aged 32 years 216 days.
Major tournaments World Cup Finals 1962, 1966 (as Captain), 1970 (as Captain)
European Championship Finals
1968 (as Captain).
British Championship 1962-63, 1963-64, 1964-65, 1965-66, 1966-67, 1967-68, 1968-69, 1969-70, 1970-71, 1971-72, 1972-73;
Team honours World Cup winners 1966; European Championship Finals third place 1968;
British Championship
shared 1963-64, 1969-70, 1971-72, winners 1964-65, 1965-66, 1967-68, 1968-69, 1970-71, 1972-73;
Individual honours England U23 (eight appearances), England Youth (eighteen appearances).
Distinctions One of nine England centurions.
most appearanced Englishman at West Ham United FC.

Died seven days after Jack Froggatt and twenty days after Tim Ward.
Notes Bobby Moore missed three matches at the end of 1964. He was having a testicle removed after he had been diagnosed with testicular cancer.
Arrested 20 May 1970 for a trumped-up charge of a jewel theft in Bogota.
Later, Bobby Moore was dropped by Alf Ramsey for the match against Malta in February 1971, following a decision by West Ham manager, Ron Greenwood, to suspend Moore and Jimmy Greaves following a night-out in Blackpool on New Years Day 1971. They were allegedly drunk during the FA Cup tie that West Ham would lose to Blackpool. If the Hammers had won, nothing would have been reported and Bobby Moore surely would have beaten Billy Wright's Captaincy record, instead of only equalling it.

Beyond England

After retiring from management, Moore became a Football Analyst for the Capital Gold radio station in 1990. And remained in that capacity up until days before his death, when he co-commentated with Jonathan Pearce in February 1993, in the match between England and San Marino. His life after football was eventful and difficult, with business deals going wrong and his marriage ending. Many saw Moore's acceptance of a role as a columnist for the Sunday Sport, as a sign of how low he had been forced to go. - An English Football Internationalists' Who's Who. Douglas Lamming (1990). Hatton Press, p.177/8.


The Numbers
Squads Apps comp. apps Starts sub. unused minutes goals ave.min comp. goals xaptain Disc.
110+ 108 58 108 ▲0
▼0
1+ 9780 2 4890 min 0 90 none
minutes are an approximation, due to the fact that many matches rarely stick to exactly ninety minutes long, allowing time for injuries and errors.
P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts % W/L
108 67 23 18 213 101 +112 16 44 1.972 0.935 72.7 +49

Venue Record

Venue P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts % W/L
Home 45 28 12 5 96 41 +55 3 17 2.133 0.911 75.6 +23
Away 51 35 9 7 105 47 +58 9 23 2.059 0.922 77.5 +28
Neutral 12 4 2 6 12 13 -1 4 4 1.00 1.083 41.7 -2

Shirt Record

Colour P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts % W/L
White 88 57 18 13 184 82 +102 9 35 2.091 0.932 75.0 +44
Red 16 9 4 3 27 14 +13 5 8 1.688 0.875 68.8 +6
Light blue 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 0 1 1.00 0.00 100.0 +1
Yellow 3 0 1 2 1 5 -4 2 0 0.333 1.667 16.7 -2

Competition Record

Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts% W/L

WCP

3 1 1 1 2 3 -1 1 1 0.667 1.00 50.0 =0
WCF 14 8 2 4 20 13 +7 3 7 1.429 0.929 64.3 +4
World Cup 17 9 3 5 22 16 +6 4 8 1.294 0.941 61.8 +4

EN/CP

17 10 4 3 36 18 +18 1 8 2.118 1.059 70.6 +7
ECF 2 1 0 1 2 1 +1 1 1 1.00 0.50 50.0 =0
European Nations/Championship 19 11 4 4 38 19 +19 2 9 2.00 1.00 68.4 +7
British Championship 30 22 5 3 74 28 +46 3 12 2.467 0.933 81.7 +19

Note that the 1966-68 records of the European Championship and British Championship are duplicated, and one set is therefore deducted from the grand total.

Minor Tournament 3 0 1 2 2 7 -5 1 0 0.667 2.333 16.7 -2
Friendly 45 29 11 5 92 36 +56 6 18 2.044 0.80 76.7 +24

Tournament Record

World Cup Preliminary Competition
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts% W/L
WCP 1972-74 3 1 1 1 2 3 -1 1 1 0.667 1.00 50.0 =0
WCP All 3 1 1 1 2 3 -1 1 1 0.667 1.00 50.0 =0
World Cup Final Tournament
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts% W/L
WCF 1962 4 1 1 2 5 6 -1 1 1 1.25 1.50 42.9 -1
WCF 1966 6 5 1 0 11 3 +8 1 4 1.833 0.50 91.7 +5
WCF 1970 4 2 0 2 4 4 =0 1 2 1.00 1.00 50.0 =0
WCF All 14 8 2 4 20 13 +7 3 7 1.429 0.929 64.3 +4
World Cup
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts% W/L
WC 1960-62 4 1 1 2 5 6 -1 1 1 1.25 1.50 42.9 -1
WC 1964-66 6 5 1 0 11 3 +8 1 4 1.833 0.50 91.7 +5
WC 1968-70 4 2 0 2 4 4 =0 1 2 1.00 1.00 50.0 =0
WC 1972-74 3 1 1 1 2 3 -1 1 1 0.667 1.00 50.0 =0
WC All 17 9 3 5 22 16 +6 4 8 1.294 0.941 61.8 +4

European Nations Cup/Championship Preliminary Competition
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts% W/L
ENP 1962-64 2 0 1 1 3 6 -3 0 0 1.50 3.00 25.0 -1
ECP/BC 1966-68 8 6 1 1 18 6 +12 0 4 2.25 0.75 81.3 +5
ECP 1970-72 7 4 2 1 15 6 +9 1 4 2.143 0.857 71.4 +3
ECP All 17 10 4 3 36 18 +18 1 8 2.118 1.059 70.6 +7
European Championship Final Tournaments
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts% W/L
ECF 1968 2 1 0 1 2 1 +1 1 1 1.00 0.50 50.0 =0
ECF All 2 1 0 1 2 1 +1 1 1 1.00 0.50 50.0 =0
European Nations Cup/Championship
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts% W/L
EC 1962-64 2 0 1 1 3 6 -3 0 0 1.50 3.00 25.0 -1
EC/BC 1966-68 10 7 1 2 20 7 +13 1 5 2.00 0.70 75.0 +5
EC 1970-72 7 4 2 1 15 6 +9 1 4 2.143 0.857 71.4 +3
EC All 19 11 4 4 38 19 +19 2 9 2.00 1.00 68.4 +7

British Championship Competition
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts% W/L
BC 1962-63 3 2 0 1 8 3 +5 0 1 2.667 1.00 66.7 +1
BC 1963-64 3 2 0 1 12 4 +8 1 1 4.00 1.333 66.7 +1
BC 1964-65 2 1 1 0 6 5 +1 1 1 3.00 1.50 75.0 +1
BC 1965-66 3 2 1 0 6 4 +2 1 1 2.00 1.333 83.3 +2
BC/ECP 1966-67 3 2 0 1 9 4 +5 0 1 3.00 1.333 66.7 +1
BC/ECP 1967-68 3 2 1 0 6 1 +5 0 2 2.00 0.333 83.3 +2
BC 1968-69 3 3 0 0 9 3 +6 0 0 3.00 1.00 100.0 +3
BC 1969-70 3 1 2 0 4 2 +2 1 1 1.333 0.667 66.7 +1
BC 1970-71 2 2 0 0 4 1 +3 0 1 2.00 0.50 100.0 +2
BC 1971-72 2 2 0 0 4 0 +4 0 2 2.00 0.00 100.0 +2
BC 1972-73 3 3 0 0 6 1 +5 0 2 2.00 0.33 100.0 +3
BC All 30 22 5 3 74 28 +46 3 12 2.467 0.933 81.7 +19

All Competition
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts% W/L
WC 17 9 3 5 22 16 +6 4 8 1.294 0.941 61.8 +4
EC 19 11 4 4 38 19 +19 2 9 2.00 1.00 68.4 +7
BC 30 22 5 3 74 28 +46 3 12 2.467 0.933 81.7 +19
Note that the 1966-68 records of the European Championship and British Championship are duplicated, and one set is therefore deducted from the grand total.
58 32 12 12 131 71 +60 9 18 2.259 1.224 67.2 +20

Minor Tournaments/Competition
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts% W/L
Taça das Nações 1964 3 0 1 2 2 7 -5 1 0 0.667 2.333 16.7 -2

Match History

 
Age 19 under 23  
unofficial - Denmark XISeptember 1960;
four appearances - Italy November 1960, WalesFebruary 1961, Scotland & West Germanyᶜ March 1961;
  
Age 20    
four appearances - Israel & Netherlands November 1961ᶜ, Scotland February 1961, Turkeyᶜ March 1962;
      
 Club: West Ham United F.C. - 108 full appearances (9780 min) manager: Walter Winterbottom - eight full appearances (720 min)x

apps match pic match details comp res. rundown shirt

Age 21
1 358 20 May 1962 - Peru 0 England 4
Estadio Nacional Coloso de José Díaz, Lima
Fr AW   4
 
WCF
right half 16x
2 359 31 May 1962 - Hungary 2 England 1
Estadio Braden Copper Co., Rancagua
NL  
3 360 2 June 1962 - Argentina 1 England 3
Estadio Braden Copper Co., Rancagua
NW  
4 361 7 June 1962 - Bulgaria 0 England 0
Estadio Braden Copper Co., Rancagua
ND  
5 362 10 June 1962 - Brazil 3 England 1
Estádio Municipal, Viña del Mar
NL  
6 363 3 October 1962 - England 1 France 1
Hillsborough, Sheffield
ENC HD   4
7 364 20 October 1962 - Northern Ireland 1 England 3
Windsor Park, Belfast
BC AW   4
8 365 21 November 1962 - England 4 Wales 0
Empire Stadium, Wembley
BC HW   4

  manager: Alf Ramsey - one hundred full appearances (9030 min)x

9 366 27 February 1963 - France 5 England 2
Parc des Princes, Paris
ENC AL   4
10 367 6 April 1963 - England 1 Scotland 2
Empire Stadium, Wembley
BC HL   4

Age 22
11 368 8 May 1963 - England 1 Brazil 1
Empire Stadium, Wembley
Fr HD   6
12 369 29 May 1963 - Czechoslovakia 2 England 4
Tehelné pole, Bratislava

tour
AW   6ᶜ
13 370 2 June 1963 - GDR 1 England 2
Zentralstadion, Leipzig
AW   6
14 371 5 June 1963 - Switzerland 1 England 8
Sankt Jakob Stadium, Basel
AW   5
15 372 12 October 1963 - Wales 0 England 4
Ninian Park, Cardiff
BC AW   6
16 373 23 October 1963 - England 2 Rest of the World 1
Empire Stadium, Wembley
Fr HW   6
17 374 20 November 1963 - England 8 Northern Ireland 3
Empire Stadium, Wembley
BC HW   6
18 375 11 April 1964 - Scotland 1 England 0
Hampden Park, Glasgow
BC AL   6

Age 23
19 376 6 May 1964 - England 2 Uruguay 1
Empire Stadium, Wembley

tour
HW   6ᶜ
20 377 17 May 1964 - Portugal 3 England 4
Estadio Nacional, Lisboa
AW   6ᶜ
21 378 24 May 1964 - Republic of Ireland 1 England 3
Dalymount Park, Dublin
AW   6ᶜ
379 27 May 1964 - United States 0 England 10, Downing Stadium, New York City AW party member
22 380 30 May 1964 - Brazil 5 England 1
Estádio Municipal, Rio

TC
AL   6ᶜ
23 381 4 June 1964 - England 1 Portugal 1
Estádio Municipal, Rio
ND   6ᶜ
24 382 6 June 1964 - Argentina 1 England 0
Estádio Municipal, Rio
NL   6ᶜ
25 383 3 October 1964 - Northern Ireland 3 England 4
Windsor Park, Belfast
BC AW   6ᶜ
26 384 21 October 1964 - England 2 Belgium 2
Empire Stadium, Wembley
Fr HD   6ᶜ
    
27 387 10 April 1965 - England 2 Scotland 2
Empire Stadium, Wembley
BC HD   6ᶜ

Age 24
28 388 5 May 1965 - England 1 Hungary 0
Empire Stadium, Wembley
Fr HW   6ᶜ
29 389 9 May 1965 - Yugoslavia 1 England 1
Stadion Crvena zvezda, Beograd

tour
AD   6ᶜ
30 390 12 May 1965 - West Germany 0 England 1
Städtisches Stadion, Nürnberg
AW   6ᶜ
31 391 16 May 1965 - Sweden 1 England 2
Nya Ullevi Stadion, Göteborg
AW   6ᶜ
32 392 2 October 1965 - Wales 0 England 0
Ninian Park, Cardiff
BC AD   6ᶜ
33 393 20 October 1965 - England 2 Austria 3
Empire Stadium, Wembley
Fr HL   6ᶜ
34 394 10 November 1965 - England 2 Northern Ireland 1
Empire Stadium, Wembley
BC HW   6ᶜ
35 395 8 December 1965 - Spain 0 England 2
Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid
Fr AW   6ᶜ
36 396 5 January 1966 - England 1 Poland 1
Goodison Park, Liverpool
Fr HD 74 6ᶜ
37 397 23 February 1966 - England 1 West Germany 0
Empire Stadium, Wembley
Fr HW   4ᶜ
38 398 2 April 1966 - Scotland 3 England 4
Hampden Park, Glasgow
BC AW   6ᶜ
    

Age 25
400 26 June 1966 - Finland 0 England 3, Olympiastadion, Helsinki
tour
AW squad/reserve
39 401 29 June 1966 - Norway 1 England 6
Ullevål Stadion, Oslo
AW 40 6ᶜ
40 402 3 July 1966 - Denmark 0 England 2
Idrætsparken, København
AW   6ᶜ
41 403 5 July 1966 - Poland 0 England 1
Stadion Śląski, Chorzów
AW   6ᶜ
 

WCF
captain lh 6x
42 404 11 July 1966 - England 0 Uruguay 0
Empire Stadium, Wembley
HD  
43 405 16 July 1966 - Mexico 0 England 2
Empire Stadium, Wembley
HW  
44 406 20 July 1966 - France 0 England 2
Empire Stadium, Wembley
HW  
45 407 23 July 1966 - England 1 Argentina 0
Empire Stadium, Wembley
HW  
46 408 26 July 1966 - England 2 Portugal 1
Empire Stadium, Wembley
HW  
47 409 30 July 1966 - England 4 West Germany 2ᴭᵀ
Empire Stadium, Wembley
HW  
48 410 22 October 1966 - Northern Ireland 0 England 2
Windsor Park, Belfast
BC/
ECP
AW   6ᶜ
49 411 2 November 1966 - England 0 Czechoslovakia 0
Empire Stadium, Wembley
Fr HD   6ᶜ
50 412 16 November 1966 - England 5 Wales 1
Empire Stadium, Wembley
BC/
ECP
HW   6ᶜ

Age 26
51 413 15 April 1967 - England 2 Scotland 3
Empire Stadium, Wembley
BC/
ECP
HL   6ᶜ
52 414 24 May 1967 - England 2 Spain 0
Empire Stadium, Wembley

Fr
HW   6ᶜ
53 415 27 May 1967 - Austria 0 England 1
Praterstadion, Wien
AW   6ᶜ
54 416 21 October 1967 - Wales 0 England 3
Ninian Park, Cardiff
BC/
ECP
AW   6ᶜ
55 417 22 November 1967 - England 2 Northern Ireland 0
Empire Stadium, Wembley
BC/
ECP
HW   6ᶜ
56 418 6 December 1967 - England 2 USSR 2
Empire Stadium, Wembley
Fr HD   6ᶜ
57 419 24 February 1968 - Scotland 1 England 1
Hampden Park, Glasgow
BC/ ECP AD   6ᶜ
58 420 3 April 1968 - England 1 Spain 0
Empire Stadium, Wembley
ECP HW   6ᶜ

Age 27
59 421 8 May 1968 - Spain 1 England 2
Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid
ECP AW   6ᶜ
60 422 22 May 1968 - England 3 Sweden 1
Empire Stadium, Wembley
Fr HW   6ᶜ
61 423 1 June 1968 - West Germany 1 England 0
Niedersachsenstadion, Hannover
Fr AL   6ᶜ
 
ECF
captain lh 6x
62 424 5 June 1968 - Yugoslavia 1 England 0
Stadio Comunale di Firenze, Firenze
NL  
63 425 8 June 1968 - USSR 0 England 2
Stadio Olimpico, Roma
NW  
64 426 6 November 1968 - Romania 0 England 0
Stadionul 23 August, Bucureşti
Fr AD   6ᶜ
65 427 11 December 1968 - England 1 Bulgaria 1
Empire Stadium, Wembley
Fr HD   6ᶜ
    
66 429 12 March 1969 - England 5 France 0
Empire Stadium, Wembley
Fr HW   6ᶜ

Age 28
67 430 3 May 1969 - Northern Ireland 1 England 3
Windsor Park, Belfast

BC
AW   6ᶜ
68 431 7 May 1969 - England 2 Wales 1
Empire Stadium, Wembley
HW   4ᶜ
69 432 10 May 1969 - England 4 Scotland 1
Empire Stadium, Wembley
HW   6ᶜ
70 433 1 June 1969 - Mexico 0 England 0
Estadio Azteca, Ciudad de México

tou
r
AD   6ᶜ
71 434 8 June 1969 - Uruguay 1 England 2
Estadio Centenario, Montevideo
AW   6ᶜ
72 435 12 June 1969 - Brazil 2 England 1
Estádio Jornalista Mário Filho, Rio
AL   6ᶜ
73 436 5 November 1969 - Netherlands 0 England
Olympisch Stadion, Amsterdam
Fr AW   6ᶜ
74 437 10 December 1969 - England 1 Portugal 0
Empire Stadium, Wembley
Fr HW   6ᶜ
    
75 439 25 February 1970 - Belgium 1 England 3
Stade Émile Versé, Bruxelles
Fr AW   4ᶜ

Age 29
76 440 18 April 1970 - Wales 1 England 1
Ninian Park, Cardiff

BC
AD   6ᶜ
77 441 21 April 1970 - England 3 Northern Ireland 1
Empire Stadium, Wembley
HW   5ᶜ
78 442 25 April 1970 - Scotland 0 England 0
Hampden Park, Glasgow
AD   6ᶜ
79 443 20 May 1970 - Colombia 0 England 4
Estadio Nemesio Camacho, Olímpico
Fr AW   23ᶜ
80 444 24 May 1970 - Ecuador 0 England 2
Estádio Olimpico Atahualpa, Quito
Fr AW   23ᶜ
 
WCF
captain lh 6x
81 445 2 June 1970 - Romania 0 England 1
Estádio Jalisco, Guadalajara
NW  
82 446 7 June 1970 - Brazil 1 England 0
Estádio Jalisco, Guadalajara
NL  
83 447 11 June 1970 - Czechoslovakia 0 England 1
Estádio Jalisco, Guadalajara
NW  
84 448 14 June 1970 - West Germany 3 England 2
Estádio Guanajuato, León
NL  
85 449 25 November 1970 - England 3 GDR 1
Empire Stadium, Wembley
Fr HW   6ᶜ
    

Age 30
86 451 21 April 1971 - England 3 Greece 0
Empire Stadium, Wembley
ECP HW   6ᶜ
87 452 12 May 1971 - England 5 Malta 0
Empire Stadium, Wembley
ECP HW   4ᶜ
88 453 15 May 1971 - Northern Ireland 0 England 1
Windsor Park, Belfast

BC
AW   6ᶜ
454 19 May 1971 - England 0 Wales 0, Empire Stadium, Wembley HD squad/reserve
89 455 22 May 1971 - England 3 Scotland 1
Empire Stadium, Wembley
HW   6ᶜ
90 456 13 October 1971 - Switzerland 2 England 3
Sankt Jakob Stadium, Basel
ECP AW   6ᶜ
91 457 10 November 1971 - England 1 Switzerland 1
Empire Stadium, Wembley
ECP HD   6ᶜ
92 458 1 December 1971 - Greece 0 England 2
Karaiskaki Stadio, Piraes
ECP AW   6ᶜ

Age 31
93 459 29 April 1972 - England 1 West Germany 3
Empire Stadium, Wembley
ECP HL   5ᶜ
94 460 13 May 1972 - West Germany 0 England 0
Olympiastadion, Berlin
ECP AD   6ᶜ
95 461 20 May 1972 - Wales 0 England 3
Ninian Park, Cardiff

BC
AW   6ᶜ
462 23 May 1972 - England 0 Northern Ireland 1, Empire Stadium, Wembley HL squad/reserve
96 463 27 May 1972 - Scotland 0 England 1
Hampden Park, Glasgow
AW   6ᶜ
97 464 11 October 1972 - England 1 Yugoslavia 1
Empire Stadium, Wembley
Fr HD   6ᶜ
98 465 15 November 1972 - Wales 0 England 1
Ninian Park, Cardiff
WCP AW   6ᶜ
99 466 24 January 1973 - England 1 Wales 1
Empire Stadium, Wembley
WCP HD   6ᶜ
100 467 14 February 1973 - Scotland 0 England 5
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Fr AW   6ᶜ

Age 32
101 468 12 May 1973 - Northern Ireland 1 England 2, Goodison Park, Liverpool
BC
AW   6ᶜ
102 469 15 May 1973 - England 3 Wales 0, Empire Stadium, Wembley HW   6ᶜ
103 470 19 May 1973 - England 1 Scotland 0, Empire Stadium, Wembley HW   6ᶜ
104 471 27 May 1973 - Czechoslovakia 1 England 1, Stadión Letná, Praha Fr AD   6ᶜ
105 472 6 June 1973 - Poland 2 England 0, Stadion Śląski, Chorzów WCP AL   6ᶜ
106 473 10 June 1973 - USSR 1 England 2, Central V.I. Lenin Stadium, Moskva tour AW   6ᶜ
107 474 14 June 1973 - Italy 2 England 0, Stadio Comunale di Torino, Torino AL   6ᶜ
475 26 September 1973 - England 7 Austria 0, Empire Stadium, Wembley Fr HW squad member
476 17 October 1973 - England 1 Poland 1, Empire Stadium, Wembley WCP HD unused sub 12
108 477 14 November 1973 - England 0 Italy 1, Empire Stadium, Wembley Fr HL   6ᶜ
    

    
 
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