Association football during World War II
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World War II disrupted the lives of millions of people around the globe: started (as the American Professional Football Association) in.
When World War I was declared in it had a negative effect on association football; See also. Association football during World War II. Tommy Lawton pointed out in his autobiography, Football is my Business : "Then came the war and, with it, the end of my career or so I felt. My legs became stronger and when I played football I felt I was shooting with greater power. Mortensen, who was an air-gunner, escaped with head injuries but the pilot and bomb aimer were killed and the navigator lost a leg. Hall of Famers By Jersey Number. At many large camps, POWs organised leagues. The most recent argument relates to the goal-difference between Free bingo games to play Milburn's and Alan Shearer's Newcastle United goal-scoring records.