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  • A Yahoo! User Aug 19, 2007 05:38 Flag

    Teaser 4 Tony (or any1)

    Sounds like the opposite of Ryan Giggs.He was English and played school boy footie for England and then turned Welsh and probably played against us.

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    • Hi Tony

      I didn't know the answer but pasted this...Is it who u were thinking off?

      Jack Reynolds (born February 21, 1869, Blackburn, England; died March 12, 1917, Sheffield), also known as John Reynolds, is a former footballer who played for, among others, West Bromwich Albion, Aston Villa and Celtic. As an international he played five times for Ireland before it emerged that he was actually English and he subsequently played eight times for England. He is the only player, barring own goals, to score for and against England and is the only player to play for both Ireland and England. He won the FA Cup with West Bromwich Albion in 1892 and was a prominent member of the successful Aston Villa team of the 1890s, winning three English League titles and two FA Cups, including a double in 1897.