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    Former Huddersfield and Arsenal manager Herbert Chapman is believed to have introduced shirt numbers to the game.
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  • England’s legendary goalkeeper Gordon Banks was born in Sheffield in 1937.
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  • There was once a professional team called the Zulus based in Sheffield.
  • Former Huddersfield and Arsenal manager Herbert Chapman is believed to have introduced shirt numbers to the game.
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2 Responses

  1. Really like the ‘did you know?’ section. More random facts please, I love this kind of stuff!

  2. I like this section. Keep using the facts please.

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