Charles Wreford-Brown Bio, Photos and Updates
Bio: Charles Wreford-Brown captained the England national football team and was a county cricketer during the Victorian age, and later acted as a sports legislator during the 20th century. Wreford-Brown is usually credited with inventing the term soccer as an abbreviation for association football.
Born: October 09, 1866 in Clifton, Bristol, England, United Kingdom
Died: November 26, 1951 in Bayswater, London, United Kingdom
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