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1979–80 In English Football - England National Team
12 September 1979 England move closer to the 1980 European Championship Finals with a 1–0 win at home to Denmark. 17 October 1979 England virtually guarantee their place in the summer's European Championship Finals by beating Northern Ireland 5–1 at Windsor Park. 22 November 1979 Glenn Hoddle scores on his debut for England in a 2–0 over Bulgaria in a European Championship qualifier ...
Umbro - History
... Umbro's kit debut was in the 1934 FA Cup final, when both teams Manchester City and Portsmouth wore uniforms designed and manufactured by the company ... Other teams supplied by Umbro during the 1930s and 1940s were Sheffield United and Preston North End, Manchester United and Blackpool ... In 1952, the British team at the Summer Olympics wore Umbro kits, tailored for the needs of their individual sports ...

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