Friday, January 7, 2022

Compendium to ‘Soccernostalgia Talk Podcast’-Episode 62-Matches of England National team during the 1987/88 season.


England National Team matches during the 1987/88 Season

 

September 9, 1987, Düsseldorf, West Germany 3-England 1 (Pierre Littbarski 24,33, Wolfram Wuttke 84 / Gary Lineker 42)

October 14, 1987, EC Qualifier, London, England 8-Turkey 0 (John Barnes 1, 28, Gary Lineker 8, 42,71, Bryan Robson 59, Peter Beardsley 62, Neil Webb 88)

November 11, 1987, EC Qualifier, Belgrade, Yugoslavia 1-England 4 (Srecko Katanec 80 / Peter Beardsley 4, John Barnes 17, Bryan Robson 20, Tony Adams 25)

February 17, 1988, Tel Aviv, Israel 0-England 0 (-)

March 23, 1988, London, England 2-Holland 2 (Gary Lineker 13, Tony Adams 61 / Own Goal (Tony Adams) 20, John Bosman 25)

April 27, 1988, Budapest, Hungary 0-England 0 (-)

May 21, 1988, Rous Cup, London, England 1-Scotland 0 (Peter Beardsley 12)

May 24, 1988, Rous Cup, London, England 1-Colombia 1 (Gary Lineker 22 / Andrés Escobar 66)

May 28, 1988, Lausanne, Switzerland 0-England 1 (Gary Lineker 59)

June 12, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Stuttgart, West Germany, Republic of Ireland 1-England 0 (Ray Houghton 6)

June 15, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Düsseldorf, West Germany, Holland 3-England 1 (Marco van Basten 44, 72, 76 / Bryan Robson 54)

June 18, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Frankfurt, West Germany, USSR 3-England 1 (Sergei Aleinikov 3, Alexei Mikhailichenko 28, Viktor Pasulko 72 / Tony Adams 15)

 

 

 

Date: September 9, 1987

Competition: Friendly

Result: West Germany 3-England 1

Venue: Düsseldorf – Rheinstadion

Attendance: 50,000

Referee: Paolo Casarin (Italy)

Linesmen: -

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(West Germany): Pierre Littbarski 24, 33, Wolfram Wuttke 84

(England): Gary Lineker 42               

Summary of goals:

1:0 (24th minute, West Germany): Littbarski received a pass at the outside of the box and unleashed a long-range shot past Shilton.

2:0 (33rd minute, West Germany): Littbarski scored from a direct corner from the left side.

2:1 (42nd minute, England): Peter Reid intercepted a ball, Beardsley picked up the loose ball on the right side and passed across to Lineker to score.

3:1 (84th minute, West Germany): Wuttke received a pass on the left side at the edge of the box and scored with a long-range shot.

Lineups:

West Germany:

1-Eike Immel (Verein für Bewegungspiele Stuttgart 1893 e.V.) 

5-Matthias Herget (Fußball Club Bayer 05 Uerdingen) 

2-Andreas Brehme (Fußball-Club Bayern München e.V.)  (15-Stefan Reuter (1.Fußball-Club Nürnberg - Verein für Leibesübungen e.V.) 61)

4-Jürgen Kohler (1. Fußball-Club Köln 01/07 e.V.) 

6-Guido Buchwald (Verein für Bewegungspiele Stuttgart 1893 e.V.) 

3-Michael Frontzeck (Borussia Verein für Leibesübungen 1900 e.V. Mönchengladbach) 

7-Pierre Littbarski (1. Fußball-Club Köln 01/07 e.V.) 

10-Olaf Thon (Fußball Club Schalke von 1904- Gelsenkirchen) 

8-Hans Dorfner (Fußball-Club Bayern München e.V.) 

9-Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (Associazione Sportiva Roma / Italy(16-Wolfram Wuttke (1.Fußball-Club e.V. Kaiserslautern) 78)

11-Klaus Allofs (Olympique de Marseille / France) 

 

Coach: Franz Beckenbauer 

Other Substitutes:

12-Bodo Illgner (1. Fußball-Club Köln 01/07 e.V.)

13-Thomas Hörster (Turn und Sportverein Bayer 04 Leverkusen e.V.)

14-Hans Pflügler (Fußball-Club Bayern München e.V.)

17-Ulrich 'Uli' Borowka (Sport Verein Werder Bremen von 1899 e.V.)

 

Team Captain: Klaus Allofs

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, Black Shorts, White Socks

 

England:

1- Peter Leslie Shilton (Derby County Football Club) 

2- Vivian Alexander Anderson (Manchester United Football Club) 

3- Kenneth Graham Sansom (Arsenal Football Club-London) (16-Stuart Pearce (Nottingham Forest Football Club) 77)

5- Anthony Alexander Adams (Arsenal Football Club-London) 

6- Gary Vincent Mabbutt (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London)

7- Peter Reid (Everton Football Club-Liverpool) 

8- John Charles Bryan Barnes (Liverpool Football Club)

4- Glenn Hoddle (Association Sportive de Monaco Football Club / France) (14-Neil John Webb (Nottingham Forest Football Club) 65)

11- Christopher Roland Waddle (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London) (15-Mark Wayne Hateley (Association Sportive de Monaco/ France) 51)

9- Peter Andrew Beardsley (Liverpool Football Club) 

10- Gary Winston Lineker (Fútbol Club Barcelona / Spain) 

 

Coach: Robert William Robson

Other Substitutes:

13- Christopher Charles Eric Woods (Rangers Football Club- Glasgow / Scotland)

12- Mark Wright (Derby County Football Club)

 

Team Captain: Peter Leslie Shilton

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro

Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, White Shorts, Red Socks

 Note:

1-First cap for Neil Webb. He became the 1000th player to be used by England as an international.

2-For more detail, see:

http://soccernostalgia.blogspot.com/2011/08/september-91987-west-germany-3-england.html


Photo From: Chronik des deutschen fussballs, 2005

(September 9, 1987, West Germany 3-England 1)



Photo From: Kicker-EM-1988

(England squad, September 9, 1987, West Germany 3-England 1)



Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer

(England squad, September 9, 1987, West Germany 3-England 1)



Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer

(England squad, September 9, 1987, West Germany 3-England 1)




 







Date: October 14, 1987

Competition: UEFA European Championships Qualifier-Group 4

Result: England 8-Turkey 0

Venue: London-Wembley

Attendance: 45,528

Referee: Albert Rudolph Thomas (Holland)

Linesmen: -

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(England): John Barnes 1, 28, Gary Lineker 8, 42,71, Bryan Robson 59, Peter Beardsley 62, Neil Webb 88

(Turkey): None

Summary of goals:

1:0 (1st minute, England): Webb’s cross from the right was shot in by Barnes.

2:0 (8th minute, England): Sansom’s cross from the left was knocked in by Lineker.

3:0 (28th minute, England): Beardsley picked up the ball in the middle and advanced, at the edge of the box he passed to the right to Barnes to score.

4:0 (42nd minute, England): From the left Sansom crossed in the box to Robson who gave it to Beardsley on his left he passed across to Lineker to score after his first shot was blocked.

5:0 (59th minute, England): Barnes’ corner from the right side, was pushed out to the edge, Webb’s shot from was touched on by Robson on the way in.

6:0 (62nd minute, England): Hoddle’s cross from the right side was headed in by Beardsley.

7:0 (71st minute, England): From the middle, Robson sent Lineker through to go on and score.

8:0 (88th minute, England): Hoddle’s cross from the right was volleyed in by Webb.

Lineups:

England:

1-Peter Leslie Shilton (Derby County Football Club)

2- Gary Michael Stevens (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)

3- Kenneth Graham Sansom (Arsenal Football Club-London)

4-Trevor Mc Gregor Steven (Everton Football Club-Liverpool) (14-Glenn Hoddle (Association Sportive de Monaco / France) 46)

5-Terence Ian Butcher (Rangers Football Club- Glasgow / Scotland)

6- Anthony Alexander Adams (Arsenal Football Club-London)

8-Neil John Webb (Nottingham Forest Football Club)

7-Bryan Robson (Manchester United Football Club)

9- Peter Andrew Beardsley (Liverpool Football Club) (16-Cyrille Regis (Coventry City Football Club) 73)

10- Gary Winston Lineker (Fútbol Club Barcelona / Spain)

11- John Charles Bryan Barnes (Liverpool Football Club)

 

Coach: Robert William Robson

 

Team Captain: Bryan Robson

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, Navy Blue Shorts, White Socks

Note:

1-Last cap for Cyrille Regis (5/0) (1982-1987).

 

Turkey:

1-Fatih Uraz (Samsunspor Kulübü)  

2-Rıza Çalımbay (Besiktas Jimnastik Kulübü–Istanbul)    

4-Ali Çoban (Karşıyaka Spor Kulübü-Izmir)

5-Erhan Önal (Galatasaray Spor Kulübü–Istanbul

3-Semih Yuvakuran (Galatasaray Spor Kulübü–Istanbul

6-Ali Gültiken (Besiktas Jimnastik Kulübü–Istanbul) (16-Savaş Demiral (Galatasaray Spor Kulübü–Istanbul) 34)

7-Uğur Tütüneker (Galatasaray Spor Kulübü–Istanbul

8-Muhammed Altıntaş (Galatasaray Spor Kulübü–Istanbul)

10-Erdal Keser (Ballspielverein Borussia Dortmund 1909 e.V. / West Germany) 

9-Kayhan Kaynak (Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü –Istanbul) (15-Tanju Çolak (Galatasaray Spor Kulübü–Istanbul) 46)

11-İskender Günen (Trabzonspor Kulübü

Coach: Mustafa Denizli

 

Team Captain: Erhan Önal

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Uniform Colors: Red (thick white horizontal stripe) Shirts, Red Shorts, Red Socks



Photo From: World Soccer, April 2003

(October 14, 1987, EC Qualifier, England 8-Turkey 0)



Photo From: Official Match Programme, England v Colombia, 1988

(October 14, 1987, EC Qualifier, England 8-Turkey 0)



Photo From: World Soccer, November 1987

(England squad, October 14, 1987, EC Qualifier, England 8-Turkey 0)






 

Date: November 11, 1987

Competition: UEFA European Championships Qualifier-Group 4

Result: Yugoslavia 1-England 4

Venue: Belgrade, Stadion Crvene Zvezde (Red Star)

Attendance: 70,000

Referee: Michel Vautrot (France)

Linesmen: -

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Yugoslavia): Srecko Katanec 80

(England): Peter Beardsley 4, John Barnes 17, Bryan Robson 20, Tony Adams 25

Summary of goals:

0:1 (4th minute, England): after a long punt by Shilton that Hadzibegic and Elsner were hesitant to clear, this allowed Beardsley to score.

0:2 (17th minute, England): Ravnic gave away an indirect free kick by picking up the ball twice in the area. Robson passed to Barnes who scored.

0:3 (20th minute, England): From the left side a corner taken by Steven, was flicked back and then headed in the goalmouth towards Robson who spinned around and scored.

0:4 (25th minute, England): A corner from the right by Barnes was headed in by Adams.

1:4 (80th minute, Yugoslavia): Katanec headed in a corner from the right side.

Lineups:

Yugoslavia:

1-Mauro Ravnic (Nogometni Klub Rijeka) (12-Vladan Radaca (Fudbalski Klub Rad- Beograd) 46)

2-Zoran Vujovic (Girondins de Bordeaux Football Club / France) 

3-Mirsad Baljic (Fudbalski Klub Zeljeznicar-Sarajevo) 

4-Srecko Katanec (Fudbalski Klub Partizan- Beograd) 

5-Marko Elsner (Olympique Gymnaste Club de Nice / France) (14-Milan Jankovic (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol / Spain) 29)

6-Faruk Hadzibegic (Football Club de Sochaux-Montbéliard / France

7-Dragan Stojkovic (Fudbalski Klub Crvena zvezda (Red Star) -Beograd) 

8-Marko Mlinaric (Nogometni Klub Dinamo- Zagreb) 

9-Fadil Vokrri (Fudbalski Klub Partizan- Beograd) 

10-Mehmed Bazdarevic (Football Club de Sochaux-Montbéliard / France) 

11-Zlatko Vujovic  (Girondins de Bordeaux Football Club / France) 

 

Coach: Ivica Osim

Booked: Dragan Stojkovic 75 (after a push from behind on Robson)

 

Team Captain: Zlatko Vujovic

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Uniform Colors: Blue Shirts, White Shorts, Red Socks

 

 

England:

1- Peter Leslie Shilton (Derby County Football Club)

2- Gary Michael Stevens (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)

3- Kenneth Graham Sansom (Arsenal Football Club-London)

4-Trevor Mc Gregor Steven (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)

5- Anthony Alexander Adams (Arsenal Football Club-London)

6-Terence Ian Butcher (Rangers Football Club- Glasgow / Scotland)

7- Bryan Robson (Manchester United Football Club) (14-Peter Reid (Everton Football Club-Liverpool) 76)

8-Neil John Webb (Nottingham Forest Football Club) (15-Glenn Hoddle (Association Sportive de Monaco / France) 83)

9- Peter Andrew Beardsley (Liverpool Football Club)

10- Gary Winston Lineker (Fútbol Club Barcelona / Spain)

11- John Charles Bryan Barnes (Liverpool Football Club)

 

Coach: Robert William Robson

 

Team Captain: Bryan Robson, Butcher assumed captaincy after Robson substituted

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, Navy Blue Shorts, White Socks

Note:

1-For more detail, see:

http://soccernostalgia.blogspot.com/2013/04/november-11-1987-yugoslavia-1-england-4.html

 

Photo From: Mondial, new series, Issue 93, December 1987

(Gary Lineker, November 11, 1987, EC Qualifier, Yugoslavia 1-England 4)



Photo From: France Football, Issue 2171, November 17, 1987

(November 11, 1987, EC Qualifier, Yugoslavia 1-England 4)



Photo From: Onze, Issue 149, May 1988

(England squad, November 11, 1987, EC Qualifier, Yugoslavia 1-England 4)



Photo From: France Football, Issue 2178, January 5, 1988

(England squad, November 11, 1987, EC Qualifier, Yugoslavia 1-England 4)






Date: February 17, 1988

Competition: Friendly

Result: Israel 0-England 0

Venue: Tel Aviv -Ramat Gan –National Stadium

Attendance: 5,000

Referee: Alphonse Costantin (Belgium)

Linesmen: -

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Israel): None

(England): None   

Summary of goals:

-

Lineups:

Israel:

1-Boni Ginzburg

2-Avi Cohen II

5-Avi Cohen I

6-Menashe Shimonov

7-Nir Alon

3-Eli Cohen

8-Uri Malmilian

4-Nir Klinger

10-Moti Ivanir (14-Avinoam Ovadia 84)

11-Shalom Tikva (12-Daniel Brailovsky 46)

9-Eli Driks (15-Moshe Eisenberg 88)

 

Coach: Miljenko Mihic

 

Team Captain: Uri Malmilian

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Puma

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, Light Blue Shorts, White Socks

 

England:

1- Christopher Charles Eric Woods  (Rangers Football Club- Glasgow / Scotland)
2- Gary Michael Stevens (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)
3- Stuart Pearce (Nottingham Forest Football Club)
5- David Watson (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)
6- Mark Wright (Derby County Football Club) (14-Terence William Fenwick (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London) 74)
4- Neil John Webb (Nottingham Forest Football Club)
8- Steve McMahon (Liverpool Football Club)
11- Christopher Roland Waddle (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London) 
10- John Charles Bryan Barnes (Liverpool Football Club)
9- Peter Andrew Beardsley  (captain) (Liverpool Football Club)
7- Clive Darren Allen (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London) (15-Michael Gordon ‘Mick’ Harford (Luton Town Football Club) 67)

 

Coach: Robert William Robson

 

Team Captain: Peter Andrew Beardsley 

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro

Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, White Shorts, Red Socks

Note:

1-First cap for Steve McMahon and Michael Gordon ‘Mick’ Harford.

2-Last cap for Clive Darren Allen (5/0) (1984-1988).

3-Last cap for Terence William Fenwick (20/0) (1984-1988).


Photo From: Official Match Programme, England v Holland, 1988

(February 17, 1988, Israel 0-England 0)



Photo From: Official Match Programme, England v Colombia, 1988

(England squad, February 17, 1988, Israel 0-England 0)






Date: March 23, 1988

Competition: Friendly

Result: England 2-Holland 2

Venue: London - Wembley

Attendance: 74,590

Referee: Adolf Prokop (East Germany)

Linesmen: -

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(England): Gary Lineker 13, Tony Adams 61      

(Holland) : Own Goal (Tony Adams) 20, John Bosman 25

Summary of goals:

1:0 (13th minute, England): Gary Stevens on the right side sent a long cross from his own half into the Dutch goal area, Lineker picked up and scored.

1:1 (20th minute, Holland): Wouters’ cross from the right side was diverted into his own net by Adams.

1:2 (25th minute, Holland): Van Aerle’s cross from the right side was headed in by Bosman.

2:2 (61st minute, England): A free kick from the left side was headed in by Adams.

Lineups:

England:

1- Peter Leslie Shilton (Derby County Football Club) 

2- Gary Michael Stevens (Everton Football Club-Liverpool) 

3- Kenneth Graham Sansom (Arsenal Football Club-London) 

5- Anthony Alexander Adams (Arsenal Football Club-London) 

6- David Watson (Everton Football Club-Liverpool) (12-Mark Wright (Derby County Football Club) 72)

4- Trevor Mc Gregor Steven (Everton Football Club-Liverpool) 

8- Neil John Webb (Nottingham Forest Football Club) (15-Glenn Hoddle (Association Sportive de Monaco / France) 69)

7- Bryan Robson (Manchester United Football Club)

11- John Charles Bryan Barnes (Liverpool Football Club) 

9- Peter Andrew Beardsley (Liverpool Football Club) (16-Mark Wayne Hateley (Association Sportive de Monaco / France) 35)

10- Gary Winston Lineker (Fútbol Club Barcelona / Spain) 

 

Coach: Robert William Robson

 

Team Captain: Bryan Robson

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, Navy Blue Shorts, White Socks

 

Holland:

1-Johannes Franciscus ‘Hans’ van Breukelen (Philips Sports Vereniging Eindhoven

5-Hubertus Aegidius Hermanus ‘Berry’ van Aerle (Philips Sports Vereniging Eindhoven)

2-Jacob ‘Sjaak’ Troost (Feyenoord Rotterdam) 

4-Ronald Koeman (Philips Sports Vereniging Eindhoven)

3-Jan Jacobus ‘Sonny’ Silooy (Matra Racing de Paris / France)

6-Jan Jacobus Wouters (Amsterdamse Football Club Ajax-Amsterdam) 

10-Rudi Dil ‘Ruud’ Gullit (Associazione Calcio Milan –Milano / Italy) (14-Hendrik ‘Hendrie’ Krüzen (Den Bosch 67 Football Club- 's-Hertogenbosch) 60)

8-Arnoldus Johannes Hyacinthus ‘Arnold’ Mühren (Amsterdamse Football Club Ajax-Amsterdam) 

7-Gerald Mervin Vanenburg (Philips Sports Vereniging Eindhoven)

11-Johannes Nicolaas ‘John’ van't Schip (Amsterdamse Football Club Ajax-Amsterdam) (12-Adick Johannes Herman Koot (Philips Sports Vereniging Eindhoven) 83)

9-Johannes Jacobus ’John’ Bosman (Amsterdamse Football Club Ajax-Amsterdam) 

 

Coach: Marinus Jacobus Hendricus ‘Rinus’ Michels

Other Substitutes:

Peter Sylvester Bosz (RKC (Rooms-Katholieke Combinatie)- Waalwijk)

Johannes Frederik ‘Joop’ Hiele (Feyenoord Rotterdam)  

Willem Cornelis Nicolaas ‘Wim’ Kieft (Philips Sports Vereniging Eindhoven)

 

Team Captain: Ruud Gullit  

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Uniform Colors: Orange Shirt, White Shorts and Orange socks

Note:

1-For more detail, see:

http://soccernostalgia.blogspot.com/2011/05/march-23-1988-england-2-holland-2.html


Photo From: Kicker-EM-1988

(March 23, 1988, England 2-Holland 2)



Photo From: Official Match Programme, England v Scotland, 1988

(March 23, 1988, England 2-Holland 2)



Photo From: Official Match Programme, England v Colombia, 1988

(March 23, 1988, England 2-Holland 2)



Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989

(Holland squad, March 23, 1988, England 2-Holland 2)



Photo From: Start1988_june06_№24

(Holland squad, March 23, 1988, England 2-Holland 2)






Date: April 27, 1988

Competition: Friendly

Result: Hungary 0-England 0

Venue: Budapest -Nepstadion

Attendance: 30,000

Referee: Karl-Heinz Tritschler (West Germany)

Linesmen: -

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Hungary): None

(England): None   

Summary of goals:

-

Lineups:

Hungary:

1-Josezf Szendrei (Malaga Club de Fútbol / Spain)

2-Istvan Kozma (Újpesti Dózsa Sport Club- Budapest) 

5-Tibor Balog (Budapesti Vasas Sport Club)

3-Attila Pinter (Ferencvárosi Torna Club- Budapest)

6-Antal Roth (Feyenoord Rotterdam / Holland) (15-Istvan Varga (MTK (Magyar Testgyakorlók Köre )-VM (Voros Meteor) -Budapest) 63)

8-Imre Garaba (Stade Rennais Football Club / France

9-József Fitos (Budapesti Honvéd Sport Egyesület)

10-Lajos Detari (Eintracht Frankfurt e.V. / West Germany)

7-Jozsef Kiprich (Tatabányai Bányász Sport Club) (16-Kalman Kovacs (Budapesti Honvéd Sport Egyesület) 83)

11-Istvan Vincze (Tatabányai Bányász Sport Club)

4-Janos Sass (Budapesti Honvéd Sport Egyesület)

 

Coach: Laszlo Balint

 

Team Captain: Imre Garaba

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, White Shorts, Green Socks

 

England:

1- Christopher Charles Eric Woods  (Rangers Glasgow Football Club / Scotland)
2- Vivian Alexander Anderson  (Manchester United Football Club)
3- Stuart Pearce (Nottingham Forest Football Club) (12-Gary Michael Stevens (Everton Football Club-Liverpool) 46)
5- Anthony Alexander Adams (Arsenal Football Club-London)
6-Gary Andrew Pallister (Middlesbrough Football Club)
7- Bryan Robson (Manchester United Football Club)
8- Steve McMahon (Liverpool Football Club)
4- Trevor Mc Gregor Steven (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)
11- Christopher Roland Waddle (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London) (14-Glenn Hoddle (Association Sportive de Monaco / France) 64)
9- Peter Andrew Beardsley (Liverpool Football Club) (15-Mark Wayne Hateley (Association Sportive de Monaco  / France)  64)
10- Gary Winston Lineker (Fútbol Club Barcelona / Spain) (16-Anthony Richard Cottee (West Ham United-London) 83)          

 

Coach: Robert William Robson

 

Team Captain: Bryan Robson

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, Navy Blue Shorts, White Socks

Note:

1-First cap for Gary Andrew Pallister (as a Second Division Player).

 

Photo From: Official Match Programme, England v Colombia, 1988

(April 27, 1988, Hungary 0-England 0)



Photo From: Official Match Programme, England v Colombia, 1988

(April 27, 1988, Hungary 0-England 0)



Photo From: Official Match Programme, England v Colombia, 1988

(April 27, 1988, Hungary 0-England 0)



Photo From: World Soccer , June 1988

(England squad, April 27, 1988, Hungary 0-England 0)






Date: May 21, 1988

Competition: Stanley Rous Cup 1988

Result: England 1-Scotland 0

Venue: London - Wembley

Attendance: 70,480

Referee: Joel Quiniou (France)

Linesmen: -

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(England): Peter Beardsley 12

(Scotland): None

Summary of goals:

1:0 (12th minute, England): A Throw-in by Gary Stevens on the right side, Beardsley dummied, it reached Barnes. Beardsley did a one-two with Barnes before shooting past Leighton.

Lineups:

England:

1- Peter Leslie Shilton (Derby County Football Club)

2- Gary Michael Stevens (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)

3- Kenneth Graham Sansom (Arsenal Football Club-London)

4- Neil John Webb (Nottingham Forest Football Club)

5- David Watson (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)

6- Anthony Alexander Adams (Arsenal Football Club-London)

7- Bryan Robson (Manchester United Football Club)

8- Trevor Mc Gregor Steven (Everton Football Club-Liverpool) (15-Christopher Roland Waddle (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London) 72)

9- Peter Andrew Beardsley (Liverpool Football Club)

10- Gary Winston Lineker (Fútbol Club Barcelona / Spain)

11- John Charles Bryan Barnes (Liverpool Football Club)

 

Coach: Robert William Robson

Booked: David Watson (foul on Maurice Johnston)

Other Substitutes:

Vivian Alexander Anderson (Manchester United Football Club)

Christopher Charles Eric Woods (Rangers Football Club- Glasgow / Scotland)

Steve McMahon (Liverpool Football Club)

Michael Gordon ‘Mick’ Harford (Luton Town Football Club)

 

Team Captain: Bryan Robson

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, Navy Blue Shorts, White Socks

 

Scotland:

1-James Leighton (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)      

2- Charles ‘Richard’ Gough (Rangers Football Club-Glasgow) 

3-Stephen Nicol (Liverpool Football Club / England)

4- Robert Sime ‘Roy’ Aitken (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow)     

5-Alexander McLeish (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

6- William Fergus Miller (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

7-Neil Alexander Simpson (Aberdeen Football Club Limited) (14-Thomas Burns (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow) 74)

8- Paul Michael Lyons McStay (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow)

9- Alistair Murdoch McCoist (Rangers Football Club- Glasgow) (15-Kevin William Gallacher (Dundee United Football Club) 77)  

10- Murdo Davidson MacLeod (Ballspielverein Borussia Dortmund 1909 e.V. / West Germany)

11- Maurice Johnston (Football Club de Nantes / France)

 

Coach: Andrew Roxburgh

Other Substitutes:

Andrew Lewis Goram (Hibernian Football Club – Edinburgh)

Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (Dundee United Football Club)

Andrew Walker (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow)

 

Team Captain: Robert Sime ‘Roy’ Aitken

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro

Uniform Colors: Navy Blue Shirts, White Shorts, Red Socks

Note:

1-For more detail, see:

http://soccernostalgia.blogspot.com/2018/01/stanley-rous-cup-part-4-1988.html



Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Hors Serie 3, 1990

(Alex McLeisch and Peter Beardsley, May 21, 1988, Rous Cup, England 1-Scotland 0)



Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 2, March 1989

(Alex McLeisch and Gary Lineker, May 21, 1988, Rous Cup, England 1-Scotland 0)



Photo From: Match, May 28, 1988

(Murdo McLeod and Peter Beardsley, May 21, 1988, Rous Cup, England 1-Scotland 0)







Date: May 24, 1988

Competition: Stanley Rous Cup 1988

Result: England 1-Colombia 1

Venue: London - Wembley

Attendance: 25,576

Referee: Karl-Josef  Assenmacher (West Germany)

Linesmen: -

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(England): Gary Lineker 22

(Colombia): Andrés Escobar 66

Summary of goals:

1:0 (22nd minute, England): Chris Waddle’s cross from the right side into box was headed in with a diving header by Lineker.

1:1 (66th minute, Colombia): Corner left side from Garcia (or Trellez or Alvarez) and Escobar headed in the equalizer.

Lineups:

England:

1- Peter Leslie Shilton (Derby County Football Club)
2- Vivian Alexander Anderson  (Manchester United Football Club)
6- Anthony Alexander Adams (Arsenal Football Club-London)
3- Kenneth Graham Sansom (Arsenal Football Club-London)
5- Mark Wright (Derby County Football Club)
4- Steve McMahon (Liverpool Football Club)
7- Bryan Robson  (Manchester United Football Club)
8- Christopher Roland Waddle (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London)  (15-Glenn Hoddle (Association Sportive de Monaco  / France) 74)
11- John Charles Bryan Barnes (Liverpool Football Club) 
9- Peter Andrew Beardsley  (Liverpool Football Club) (16-Mark Wayne Hateley (Association Sportive de Monaco  / France) 74)
10- Gary Winston Lineker (Fútbol Club Barcelona / Spain)

 

Coach: Robert William Robson

 

Team Captain: Bryan Robson

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro

Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, White Shorts, Red Socks

Note:

1-Last cap for Vivian Alexander Anderson (30/2) (1978-1988)

 

Colombia:

1-René Higuita (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí)
4-
Luis Fernando Herrera (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí))
2-Andrés Escobar (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí))
15-Luis Carlos Perea (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí))
5-Carlos Mario Hoyos (Asociacion Deportivo Cali)
8-Alexis Enrique Garcia (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí))
10-Carlos Alberto Valderrama (Captain) (Asociacion Deportivo Cali)
11-Bernardo Redin (Asociacion Deportivo Cali)
14-Leonel de Jesus Alvarez (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí))
7-Jaime de Jesus Arango (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí) (17-John Jairo  Tréllez (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí))  58th)
16-Arnoldo Alberto Iguarán  (Club Deportivo Los Millonarios- Santafé de Bogotá ) (18-Alex ‘Didí’ Valderrama (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí)) 78)

 

Coach: Francisco Maturana

 

Team Captain: Carlos Valderrama

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Uniform Colors: Yellow Shirts, Blue Shorts, White Socks


Photo From: Official Match Programme, England v Chile, 1989

(May 24, 1988, Rous Cup, England 1-Colombia 1)






Date: May 28, 1988

Competition: Friendly

Result: Switzerland 0-England 1

Venue: Lausanne – Stade Olympique de la Pontaise

Attendance: 10,000

Referee: Luigi Agnolin (Italy)

Linesmen: -

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Switzerland): None

(England): Gary Lineker 59  

Summary of goals:

0:1 (59th minute, England): Beardsley’s cross from the left side was struck in by Lineker.

Lineups:

Switzerland:

1-Joel Corminboeuf (Neuchâtel Xamax Football Club)

5-Alain Geiger (Neuchâtel Xamax Football Club)

2-Thomas Tschuppert (Fußball Club Aarau)

3-Marco Schallibaum (Servette Football Club- Genéve)

4-Martin Weber (Berner Sport Club Young Boys)

6-Phillipe Perret (Neuchâtel Xamax Football Club) (15-Martin Andermatt (Grasshopper -Club Zürich) 46)

8-Heinz Hermann (Neuchâtel Xamax Football Club)

7-Beat Sutter (Neuchâtel Xamax Football Club)

9-Hans-Peter Zwicker (Sankt-Gallen Fußball Club)

10-Thomas Bickel (Fußball Club Zürich) (12-Patrice Mottiez (Neuchâtel Xamax Football Club) 82)

11-Christophe Bonvin (Football Club Sion)  (16-Kubilay Turkyilmaz (Associazione Calcio Bellinzona) 67)

 

Coach: Daniel Jeandupeux

 

Team Captain: Heinz Hermann

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, White Shorts, Red Socks

 

England:

1- Peter Leslie Shilton (Derby County Football Club) (13-Christopher Charles Eric Woods  (Rangers Football Club- Glasgow / Scotland) 46)
2- Gary Michael Stevens (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)
5- Mark Wright (Derby County Football Club)
3- Kenneth Graham Sansom (Arsenal Football Club-London)
6- Anthony Alexander Adams (Arsenal Football Club-London)  (12-David Watson (Everton Football Club-Liverpool) 46)
8- Trevor Mc Gregor Steven (Everton Football Club-Liverpool) (16-Christopher Roland Waddle (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London)  46)
7- Bryan Robson (Manchester United Football Club) (14-Peter Reid (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)  80)
4- Neil John Webb (Nottingham Forest Football Club)
11- John Charles Bryan Barnes (Liverpool Football Club)
9- Peter Andrew Beardsley  (Liverpool Football Club)
10- Gary Winston Lineker (Fútbol Club Barcelona / Spain)

 

Coach: Robert William Robson

 

Team Captain: Bryan Robson

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, Navy Blue Shorts, White Socks

Note:

1-Last cap for Peter Reid (13/0) (1985-1988).






England Final 20 players for the 1988 UEFA European Championships

 

Goalkeepers:

1- Peter Leslie Shilton (Derby County Football Club)

13- Christopher Charles Eric Woods (Rangers Football Club- Glasgow / Scotland)

 

Defenders:

2- Gary Michael Stevens (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)

3- Kenneth Graham Sansom (Arsenal Football Club-London)

5- David Watson (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)

6- Anthony Alexander Adams (Arsenal Football Club-London)

14- Vivian Alexander Anderson (Manchester United Football Club)

19- Mark Wright (Derby County Football Club)

20- Anthony Robert Dorigo (Chelsea Football Club-London)

 

Midfielders:

4- Neil John Webb (Nottingham Forest Football Club)

7- Bryan Robson (captain) (Manchester United Football Club)

8- Trevor Mc Gregor Steven (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)

12- Christopher Roland Waddle (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London) 

15- Steve McMahon (Liverpool Football Club)

16-Peter Reid (Everton Football Club-Liverpool) 

17- Glenn Hoddle (Association Sportive de Monaco / France)

 

Strikers:

9- Peter Andrew Beardsley (Liverpool Football Club)

10- Gary Winston Lineker (Fútbol Club Barcelona / Spain)

11- John Charles Bryan Barnes (Liverpool Football Club)

18- Mark Wayne Hateley (Association Sportive de Monaco / France)

 

Coach: Robert William Robson

 

 

 

Photo From: Shoot

(England squad Euros 1988)


 

Date: June 12, 1988

Competition: 1988 UEFA European Championships-Group B

Result: Republic of Ireland 1-England 0

Venue: Stuttgart -Neckarstadion, West Germany

Attendance: 55,500

Referee: Sigfried Kirschen (East Germany)

Linesmen: -

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Republic of Ireland): Ray Houghton 6

(England): None  

Summary of goals:

1:0 (6th minute, Republic of Ireland): Galvin crossed from the left, Sansom miskicked, Aldridge headed to the right and Houghton heaaded in.

Lineups:

Republic of Ireland:

1- Patrick ‘Paddy’ Bonner (Celtic Football Club- Glasgow / Scotland)

2- Christopher Barry Morris (Celtic Football Club- Glasgow / Scotland)

4- Michael Joseph ‘Mick’ McCarthy (Celtic Football Club- Glasgow / Scotland)        

5- Kevin Bernard Moran (Manchester United Football Club / England)

3- Christopher William Gerard Hughton (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London / England) 

8- Raymond James Houghton (Liverpool Football Club / England)  

7- Paul McGrath (Manchester United Football Club / England)

6- Ronald Andrew ‘Ronnie’ Whelan (Liverpool Football Club / England) 

11- Anthony Galvin (Sheffield Wednesday Football Club / England) (15- Kevin Mark Sheedy (Everton Football Club-Liverpool / England) 76)

10- Francis Anthony ‘Frank’ Stapleton (Derby County Football Club / England) (20- Niall John Quinn (Arsenal Football Club-London / England) 63)

9- John William Aldridge (Liverpool Football Club / England)

 

Coach: John ‘Jack’ Charlton (England)

Other Substitutes:

16- Gerry Peyton (Bournemouth Association Football Club / England)

17- John Frederick Byrne (Queen's Park Rangers Football Club-London / England) 

19- John Christopher Patrick Anderson (Newcastle United Football Club / England)  

 

Team Captain: Francis Anthony ‘Frank’ Stapleton

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Uniform Colors: Green Shirts, White Shorts, Green Socks

 

England:

1- Peter Leslie Shilton (Derby County Football Club)

2- Gary Michael Stevens (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)

19- Mark Wright (Derby County Football Club)

6- Anthony Alexander Adams (Arsenal Football Club-London)

3- Kenneth Graham Sansom (Arsenal Football Club-London)

4- Neil John Webb (Nottingham Forest Football Club) (17- Glenn Hoddle (Association Sportive de Monaco / France) 60)

12- Christopher Roland Waddle (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London)   

7- Bryan Robson (Manchester United Football Club)

11- John Charles Bryan Barnes (Liverpool Football Club)

10- Gary Winston Lineker (Fútbol Club Barcelona / Spain)

9- Peter Andrew Beardsley (Liverpool Football Club) (18- Mark Wayne Hateley (Association Sportive de Monaco / France) 82)

 

Coach: Robert William Robson

Other Substitutes:

13- Christopher Charles Eric Woods  (Rangers Football Club- Glasgow / Scotland)

14- Vivian Alexander Anderson (Manchester United Football Club)

15- Steve McMahon (Liverpool Football Club)

 

Team Captain: Bryan Robson

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, Navy Blue Shorts, White Socks


Photo From: Voetbal magazine, Issue 30, July 1988

(June 12, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Republic of Ireland 1-England 0)



Photo From: Onze, Issue 151, July 1988

(June 12, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Republic of Ireland 1-England 0)



Photo From: European Football Yearbook, 88-89, Editor Mike Hammond

(Republic of Ireland squad, June 12, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Republic of Ireland 1-England 0)



Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer

(Republic of Ireland squad, June 12, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Republic of Ireland 1-England 0)



Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer

(England squad, June 12, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Republic of Ireland 1-England 0)



Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer

(England squad, June 12, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Republic of Ireland 1-England 0)





Date: June 15, 1988

Competition: 1988 UEFA European Championships-Group B

Result: Holland 3-England 1

Venue: Dusseldorf - Rheinstadion, West Germany

Attendance: 63,940

Referee: Paolo Casarin (Italy)

Linesmen: -

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Holland): Marco van Basten 44,72, 76

(England): Bryan Robson 54

Summary of goals:

1:0 (44th minute, Holland): Gullit crossed from the left to van basten, who controlled, turned and scored.

1:1 (54th minute, England): From the right side, Beardsley passed to Robson in the middle, he made a one-two with Lineker and advanced to score.

2:1 (72nd minute, Holland): From outside of the box on the right side, Wouters volleyed a shot across to the left, Gullit stops it and immesitaely sent van Basten through and shoots past Shilton.

3:1 (76th minute, Holland): A corner from the right side by Erwin Koeman was flicked back by Kieft and volleyed in by van Basten.

Lineups:

Holland:

1- Johannes Franciscus ‘Hans’ van Breukelen (Philips Sports Vereniging Eindhoven)

6- Hubertus Aegidius Hermanus ‘Berry’ van Aerle (Philips Sports Vereniging Eindhoven)

17- Franklin Edmundo ‘Frank’ Rijkaard (Real Zaragoza / Spain)

4- Ronald Koeman (Philips Sports Vereniging Eindhoven)

2- Adrianus Andreas ‘Adri’ van Tiggelen (Royal Sporting Club Anderlecht / Belgium) 

20- Jan Jacobus Wouters (Amsterdamse Football Club Ajax-Amsterdam)

10- Rudi Dil ‘Ruud’ Gullit (Associazione Calcio Milan / Italy) 

8- Arnoldus Johannes Hyacinthus ‘Arnold’ Mühren (Amsterdamse Football Club Ajax-Amsterdam)

13- Erwin Koeman (Koninklijke Voetbalclub Mechelen / Belgium)

7- Gerald Mervin Vanenburg (Philips Sports Vereniging Eindhoven) (14- Willem Cornelis Nicolaas ‘Wim’ Kieft (Philips Sports Vereniging Eindhoven) 62)

12- Marcel ‘Marco’ van Basten (Associazione Calcio Milan / Italy) (18- Wilbert Johan Suvrijn (Roda JC (Juliana Combinatie) Kerkrade) 87)

         

Coach: Marinus Jacobus Hendricus ‘Rinus’ Michels

Other Substitutes:

16- Johannes Frederik ‘Joop’ Hiele (Feyenoord Rotterdam)

9- Johannes Jacobus ’John’ Bosman (Amsterdamse Football Club Ajax-Amsterdam) 

19- Hendrik ‘Hendrie’ Krüzen (Den Bosch 67 Football Club- 's-Hertogenbosch)

 

Team Captain: Rudi Dil ‘Ruud’ Gullit

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Uniform Colors: Orange Shirts, White Shorts, Orange Socks

 

England:

1- Peter Leslie Shilton (Derby County Football Club)

2- Gary Michael Stevens (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)

6- Anthony Alexander Adams (Arsenal Football Club-London)

19- Mark Wright (Derby County Football Club)

3- Kenneth Graham Sansom (Arsenal Football Club-London)

8- Trevor Mc Gregor Steven (Everton Football Club-Liverpool) (12- Christopher Roland Waddle (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London) 69)

7- Bryan Robson (Manchester United Football Club)

17- Glenn Hoddle (Association Sportive de Monaco / France)

11- John Charles Bryan Barnes (Liverpool Football Club)

10- Gary Winston Lineker (Fútbol Club Barcelona / Spain)

9- Peter Andrew Beardsley (Liverpool Football Club) (18- Mark Wayne Hateley (Association Sportive de Monaco / France) 74)

 

Coach: Robert William Robson

Other Substitutes:

13- Christopher Charles Eric Woods (Rangers Football Club- Glasgow / Scotland)

14- Vivian Alexander Anderson (Manchester United Football Club)

15- Steve McMahon (Liverpool Football Club)

 

Team Captain: Bryan Robson

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, Navy Blue Shorts, White Socks


Photo From: Voetbal magazine, Issue 30, July 1988

(June 15, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Holland 3-England 1)



Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989

(June 15, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Holland 3-England 1)



Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989

(June 15, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Holland 3-England 1)



Photo From: Calcio 2000, Issue 27, February 2000

(England Squad, June 15, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Holland 3-England 1)



Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989

(Holland Squad, June 15, 1988, UEFA European Championships, Holland 3-England 1)



 




 

Date: June 18, 1988

Competition: 1988 UEFA European Championships-Group B

Result: USSR 3-England 1

Venue: Dusseldorf - Rheinstadion, West Germany

Attendance: 63,940

Referee: Jose Rosa Dos Santos (Portugal)

Linesmen: -

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(USSR): Sergei Aleinikov 3, Alexei Mikhailichenko 28, Viktor Pasulko 72

(England): Tony Adams 15

Summary of goals:

1:0 (3rd minute, USSR): Aleinikov intercepted the ball from the English and advanced in the box to score.

1:1 (15th minute, England): Hoddle’s free kick from the right side was headed in by Adams.

2:1 (28th minute, USSR): Rats’ cross from the left side was headed in by Mikhailichenko.

3:1 (72nd minute, USSR): Litovchenko’s ccross from the right side was headed to the left side by Protasov, Rats volleyed across the goalmouth and Pasulko scored.

Lineups:

USSR:

1- Rinat Fayzrahmanovich Dassayev (Spartak Moskva)
2- Vladimir Vassilievich Bessonov (Dinamo Kiev)
3- Vagiz Nazirovich Khidiatullin (Spartak Moskva)
4- Oleg Vladimirovich Kuznetsov (Dinamo Kiev)
6-
Vasili Karlovich Rats (Dinamo Kiev)
7- Sergei Yevgenyevich Aleinikov (Dinamo Minsk)
8- Gennadi Vladimirovich Litovchenko (Dinamo Kiev)     
9-
Alexander Anatolyevich Zavarov (Dinamo Kiev)  (18- Sergei Anatoliyevich Gotsmanov (Dinamo Minsk)  86')
11- Igor Ivanovich Belanov (Dinamo Kiev) (20- Viktor Vassilievich Pasulko (Spartak Moskva) 46')
15- Alexei Aleksandrovich Mikhailichenko (Dinamo Kiev)          
10- Oleg Valeriyevich Protasov (Dinamo Kiev)       

 

Coach: Valeri Vasilevich Lobanovsky

Booked: Oleg Protasov 43

Other Substitutes:

5 Anatoli Vassilievich Demianenko (Dinamo Kiev)

16 Viktor Viktorovich Chanov (Dinamo Kiev)

19 Sergey Pavlovich Baltacha (Dinamo Kiev)

 

Team Captain: Rinat Fayzrahmanovich Dassayev 

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, White Shorts, Red Socks

 

England:

13- Christopher Charles Eric Woods  (Rangers Football Club- Glasgow / Scotland)
2- Gary Michael Stevens (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)
3- Kenneth Graham Sansom (Arsenal Football Club-London)
6- Anthony Alexander Adams (Arsenal Football Club-London)
5- David Watson (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)
17- Glenn Hoddle (Association Sportive de Monaco / France)
7- Bryan Robson (Manchester United Football Club)
15- Steve McMahon (Liverpool Football Club) (4- Neil John Webb (Nottingham Forest Football Club) 53)
8- Trevor Mc Gregor Steven (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)
11- John Charles Bryan Barnes (Liverpool Football Club)
10- Gary Winston Lineker (Fútbol Club Barcelona / Spain) (18- Mark Wayne Hateley (Association Sportive de Monaco / France) 64)        

 

Coach: Robert William Robson

Other Substitutes:

1- Peter Leslie Shilton (Derby County Football Club)

9- Peter Andrew Beardsley (Liverpool Football Club)

14- Vivian Alexander Anderson (Manchester United Football Club)

 

Team Captain: Bryan Robson

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, Navy Blue Shorts, White Socks

Note:

1-Final cap for Kenneth Graham Sansom (86/1) (1979-1988).

2-Final cap for Glenn Hoddle (53/8) (1979-1988).

3-Final cap for David Watson (12/0) (1984-1988).


Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 100, July 1988

(June 18, 1988, UEFA European Championships, USSR 3-England 1)



Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 2, March 1989

(June 18, 1988, UEFA European Championships, USSR 3-England 1)



Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Hors Serie 3, 1990

(June 18, 1988, UEFA European Championships, USSR 3-England 1)



Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Hors Serie 3, 1990

(June 18, 1988, UEFA European Championships, USSR 3-England 1)


Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer

(England squad, June 18, 1988, UEFA European Championships, USSR 3-England 1)



Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Hors Serie 3, 1990

(USSR squad, June 18, 1988, UEFA European Championships, USSR 3-England 1)




Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Europe 1, Special Coupe du Monce , Italie 1990

(USSR squad, June 18, 1988, UEFA European Championships, USSR 3-England 1)












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