Sports Events on 19/2      

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19/2/2000FIFA permits the British football authorities to introduce the 10-yard rule in a bid to curb the rise of aggressive dissent towards officials. The rule (borrowed from rugby) penalises players who argue by allowing the referee to advance a free-kick by 10 yards
19/2/2000More than 23.000 watch for the first time live through internet Ascot Derby
19/2/1994Bonny Blair wins her 4rth olympic gold medal after winning the 500m speed-skating race in record time 39.25'' in Lillehamer, Norway
19/2/1992Alan Shearer makes a very successful debut with England as he scores against France (2-0) at Wembley. It is France's first defeat in 20 matches
19/2/1985The NFL adds 6th official
19/2/1984Twin brothers Phil and Steve Maher from USA become the first siblings to win gold and silver medal in the same event (slalom) at the Sarajevo Winter Olympics
19/2/1964The founder of Panathinaikos FC, Giorgos Kalafatis, dies. In 1908, as a footballer, he left Panellinios and, together with some playmates, founded the Athenian club
19/2/1928The second Winter Olympics close in St Moritz. 486 men and 27 women from 25 countries took part in 13 events. The games started on February 11
19/2/1910Old Trafford opens. Manchester United lose to Liverpool 3-4

 

             
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