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Blast from the past: England v Poland 1989

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An awful lot can change in a year. England take on Poland at Wembley in June 1989 in this clip and while much of the team is familiar, others were still waiting for their chance. There’s no Gazza, Platt, Parker, Wright or McMahon here although they would make a huge mark on Italia 90. Makes you wonder what England’s team will look like if they qualify for Brazil in two year’s time?

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