Viv Anderson donates England shirt

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Former Nottingham Forest, Arsenal and Manchester United footballer Viv Anderson has donated the England shirt he wore as the country's first black football player to The People's History Museum in Manchester.

Anderson represented his country 30 times between 1978 and 1988.

He said he had been keeping the shirt in a box in his garage.

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