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1. I'm Swedish and have made over 70 appearances for my country. My free-kick against Argentina in the 2002 World Cup played a large part in the South American's early exit from the tournament.
2. I scored a goal on my England debut in 2003. Since then, I've played for Ipswich Town and Blackburn amongst other clubs.
3. Throughout my career I've been known as sicknote. Indeed, injuries prevented me from making more appearances for England. However, I do have a World Cup goal to my name, which I scored in 1998.
4. I have played for England and was part of Bobby Robson's 1990 World Cup squad. In the tournament, I came on as an extra time substitute against Belgium. I managed to score a volley, which took England through to the quarter finals.
5. Besiktas, Newcastle United, Watford and Bolton Wanderers. These are four of the many clubs I have been contracted to throughout my career. I'm retired now, but you can sometimes catch me sitting on the sofa on BBC's Football Focus.
6. I'm known by English football supporters mainly because of my antics at Wembley during the 1966 World Cup. I refused to leave the field when I was sent off in the competition. Ironically, I will be attending England's first fixture at the New Wembley in June as a VIP.
7. I wore the number 5 shirt in the 1966 World Cup winning England team. I only played for one club during my career.
8. I played for Ireland, although I was born in Ealing, London. I'm now retired but I have played for Aston Villa and Manchester United.
9. I had a brief spell with Coventry City. I played in the last FA Cup final at Wembley in 2000. I then moved to Teeside in 2002 to play for Middlesbrough.
10. Alex Ferguson once said, "I would start a fight in an empty house". I have 3 FA Cup winners' medals and I have managed three teams, including Millwall.
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