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Who was the first England manager?

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Peter Taylor on the 15th November 2000 for a friendly against Italy.

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Stuart Underwood was David Beckham's first coach. David Beckham began his official soccer career at the ripe age of seventeen.

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Walter Winterbottom 1946-1962 Before that the team was selected by committee

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tony stephens

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Fabio capello

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It was Tony Adams or Martin Keown.

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It was Tony Adams.

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