Tottenham Hotspur Football Team for the season 1911-1912. One of Britain’s first black professional footballers, Walter Tull, is seated second from right, in the second row from the front. . List all the similarities and differences you can between the two pictures.
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Tottenham Hotspur Football Team for the season 1911-1912. One of Britain’s first black professional footballers, Walter Tull, is seated second from right, in the second row from the front.
List all the similarities and differences you can
between the two pictures
Arsenal Football Team 2006-2007. Very diverse!
- i.e. why he was so important!
Wayne Rooney was born on 24 October 1985 in Liverpool. On 31 August 2004 he was
signed by Manchester United, having played throughout his career for Everton.
Rooney's Premiership debut came against Spurs on the opening day of the 2002/03
season, but his first ever goal came in October 2002 against Arsenal. It was a
stuuner in the last minute of the game. Rooney became the youngest goal scorer in
the Premiership's history (the record would be overtaken a few weeks later by
James Milner). He also became the youngest player to represent his country when
he made his debut against Australia in February 2003 at the age of 17; and then
broke another record becoming England's youngest ever goal scorer when he scored
against Macedonia in a Euro 2004 qualifier in September 2003.
In September 2005, Wayne Rooney added FIFPro's young player award after a poll
of 38,000 professional footballers in 40 countries. In 2006, Wayne Rooney won the
PFA Young Player of the Year Award for the second year running. When Rooney
broke a metatarsal at the end of the 2005/6 season, hardly a day went by without
speculation on whether he would be available for the World Cup. In the end, Rooney
was able to play in the tournament and started by coming on as substitute in the
game against Trinidad and Tobago but the 2006 World Cup worsened for Wayne
Rooney and England when he got sent off after Manchester United colleague
Christiano Ronaldo had words with the referee in England's match against Portugal.