England's Who’s Who is the most ambitious and comprehensive record of all the players ever selected to pull on the white shirt in the 140 years since the first international match in 1872. Far more than just a reference book, the Who’s Who is brilliantly readable, delving into evocative and atmospheric details of the 1,200 English internationals’ lives, their records, roles, reputations, and notable games. England managers are also covered, along with the stories of England’s World Cups and Nations Cups/European Championships, plus all the stats on the Lions’ unofficial, Under-21, Under-23 and ‘B’ internationals. In total, a vast treasure trove of characters and stories, packed with irresistible facts, figures and statistics about every player with England honours, from all-time legends to one-cap wonders and forgotten heroes. Includes lists of most cap winners, top goalscorers, sendings-off, captains, greatest wins, heaviest defeats, and a great deal more.
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About the Author
Tony Matthews is one of the UK’s top soccer statisticians, the author of more than 100 books on soccer since 1975, a world record in itself. An ex-semi-pro player, Tony was for some 40 years the official statistician and historian of his beloved West Bromwich Albion. Now living in Spain, he still watches as many Baggies games as possible.