Reginald Erskine Foster (Tip foster) is the only player who had captained England in both test cricket and international football. He captained England in test cricket in 3 matches, all against South Africa in the 1907 test series, winning one and drawing the other two. he captained England in football in one match only, his last one against Wales, which ended in a 0-0 draw.
I am sure its Football
because cricket is the lamest sport in the u.s,africa,and more country but not in england
Paul Ince? Les Ferdinand? Though both played for more than five different clubs.
No, but the two are very similar. The black capped is slightly larger, and more northerly in distribution.
Great Britain won more medals in cycling.
Australian Rugby League is most likely to be more popular because soccer is the main sport of england.
England was more Protestant in 1558. This was when Elizabeth I came to power and made England Protestant, but allowed Catholics to worship privately. However, there was most likely to have been more Catholics than Protestants in England.
There has not been a Queen, or King, of England for more than 300 years.
THe united states most popular sport is Baseball because it is America's past time sport. Baseball Has been plkayed for more than 100 years.
It means that the suspension has been lowered and sometimes the engine has been turbo charged to give more power
more than 75 years of may be a century
Yes, racquetball is an English sport, though it is more played in the United States. In England it is spelled "racketball" and is becoming one of the most popular indoor racket sports in the country. Squash is still more popular, but racquetball is a growing sport and is popular with people of all ages as it is not as demanding on the body-joints as squash is.
well year dude what do you think Brazil is good at football England is not very good at it or just research it more.
some states have popular sports players. for instance, England has David Beckham
Snowboarding has traditionally been dominated by male participants. In recent years, there has been a shift towards more women engaging in the sport.
People in England also like to do some educational activities that most countries don't like to do. There are also many more things that people in England like to do. Like education. academic, sport, Food, Chefs, Jobs etc. England is a great place to be at times!
Be more specific. There's a lot of those.
Well 'Capped' commission relates directly to employment which requires you to wear some form of headgear. Hence the term 'Capped'... Whereas 'Uncapped' employments firms allow you use your discretion on whether to wear head attire or not.. Hope this helps! The answer above is incorrect. A "capped commission" means that you can only make X ammount of money for your efforts as a sales person. An "uncapped commission" means that there is no limit to your earning potential... the more you sell the more money you make. Capped commissions offer no incentive for a sales person to over-achieve or outperform his/her counterparts.
The black capped chickadee is pretty constant in habits and appearance across it's range. The nearly identical Carolina chickadee is found in some areas frequented by the black capped, albeit more southerly in distribution. Somewhat smaller, with less rufus on the sides and less white in the wings, the Carolina will hybridize with the black capped where both birds are found, leading to confusion. The best way to tell the two apart is by voice. The black capped has a clear "chicka dee dee dee, the Carolina's is more hurried and higher pitched. The black capped's call note is a clearly whistled "fee bee ee, where as the Carolina's is a"fee bee, fee bay".
because when a little girl wants to play a sport and all they have been watching is the guys play, they will want to be involved in sports, too.
Traditionally it meant there was a Cathedral there. But more recently this has not been so when a new city has been formed.
Every sport has some type of danger involved. Attending a football game in England is no more dangerous than attending a hockey match in Canada, or a baseball game in the United States.
It is growing in popularity. Taekwondo was first introduced as a demonstration sport back in Seoul 1988 and again in Barcelona in 1992. Since Taekwondo has been introduced as a full Olympic sport it has grown rapidly and become a lot more recognized in the modern world. The rules of sport Taekwondo are constantly being changed to make the sport safer and more spectator orientated.
In England, Italy, Brazil, Spain, Argentina, and many more Europe, Austria, most of South America, and China
Yes, it has been said they are even more passionate than Americans when it comes to sports