Viv Anderson recalls 1978 debut as first black England player


Viv Anderson, the first black footballer to play for England has been recalling his debut game against Czechoslovakia in 1978.

The shirt worn by Anderson in that game has gone on display at the People's History Museum in Manchester.

The former Manchester United, Arsenal and Nottingham Forest defender won 30 England caps during his career.

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