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Image caption The shirt was worn by a player during a 3-0 win against Wales in 1911. A match-worn England football shirt from 1911 has sold for £4,000. The jersey was worn by an England player in the 3-0 win against Wales at Millwall's ground The Den, and then swapped with Welsh international Ted Vizard. Derbyshire-based auctioneers Hansons said the shirt had sold for four times its estimate. Buyer Jim Murray said purchasing the jersey ended his 35-year hunt for a shirt from the fixture. Mr Murray, a whisky writer and Millwall fan, said: "My first book was Millwall: Lions of The South which I started writing in 1985. "That's when I knew I'd like to own a shirt from that game. "But after 35... Full story

18 February