English footballs first 1 million pound player was Trevor Fransis, signed by brian clough for Nottingham forest.
The first over £10 Million transfer between English Clubs was Alan Shearer, who joined Newcastle United from Blackburn Rovers in 1996 for a fee of £15 Million.
Trevor Francis, transferred from Birmingham to Nottingham Forest in 1979.
The first football was made from a pigs bladder and stiched up in leather laces.
David Mills (born 6 December 1951, Whitby) was an English football player most ... record and making Mills Britain's first half million pound footballer.
While Trevor Francis was recognised as the first million pound player, the actual transfer fee for the player was £999,999 - £1 short of the million mark as Brian Clough wanted to ensure this milestone mark did not go Trevor's head, although with taxes the total fee exceeded £1.1m.
Nerf footballs were first made in 1972. This was introduced after a polyeurethane ball was developed by Park Brothers in 1969, with a diameter of 4 inches.
The first football was made of pig guts
Approximately 375 million people speak English as their first language