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Summer Newsletter 2018 – Answers to Youngest Ever Football Quiz

At the age of 17, who became the youngest footballer to play at a World Cup?

  • Pele

Who is England’s youngest ever goalkeeper?

  • Jack Butland: Butland made his debut in 2012, breaking a record that had stood since Billy Moon first played for England in 1888.

Whose goal against Macedonia made him the youngest player to score for England?

  • Wayne Rooney: Rooney, who was still playing for Everton, was 17 years old at the time. Two months later, in April 2003, he became the youngest player to start a match for England.

Who holds the record for being the youngest manager to win a major European trophy?

  • André Villas-Boas: Villas-Boas was only 33 when he won the Europa League with Porto

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Get out of Breath for #Breathtember

September is #Breathtember – Global Pulmonary Fibrosis Awareness Month

 Get out of Breath for #Breathtember

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To help raise awareness, we would ask that supporters tweet different challenges each day in September including the term ‘#Breathtember and to ask their followers to retweet and share this information as widely as possible.

Think outside the box for your challenges – getting out of breath for you could mean:

  • Cycling around your local park
  • Doing a colourful or musical 5K/10K run or walk
  • Singing until you are out of breath
  • Walking over the wonderous London bridges
  • Blow bubbles!
  • Skydiving
  • Or just simply walking up the stairs!

The important thing is that you tweet your challenge every day including the term ‘#Breathtember’ to raise awareness of pulmonary fibrosis.  Add a photo if you like.  This September, we want as many people as possible to see the term ‘#Breathtember’.  To make the biggest impact, the aim is to get the term ‘#Breathtember’ to trend.

Follow us on Twitter for further details: @Breathingmatter 

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