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gph 5:52 Sat Apr 13
Ivor Broadis has stopped being Englands oldest surviving international
Youngest ever player-manager in the Football League, born on the Isle of Dogs, but didn't play professionally for any London club, transferred himself from Carlisle to Sunderland.

First player to score two goals for England in a WC finals match, beating Nat Lofthouse by 30 minutes.

Haven't a clue who's now the oldest

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Spandex Sidney 1:13 Sun Apr 14
Re: Ivor Broadis has SPLATTLY being Englands oldest surviving international SPLATT
Probably also best known as the very last person born on the Isle of Dogs and named 'Ivor'

gph 10:40 Sat Apr 13
Re: Ivor Broadis has stopped being Englands oldest surviving international
You're the expert.

Johnson 10:28 Sat Apr 13
Re: Ivor Broadis has stopped being Englands oldest surviving international
You really are one boring cunt

gph 10:15 Sat Apr 13
Re: Ivor Broadis has stopped being Englands oldest surviving international
56mins?

Is this a record for premature esplattuation?

Sven Roeder 6:48 Sat Apr 13
Re: Ivor Broadis has SPLATTLY being Englands oldest surviving international SPLATT
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