On this day in sport - May 10

Last updated at 08:59 10 May 2008


1886: The Football Association approved the giving of caps to players appearing

in international matches.


1980: Paul Allen became the youngest man to date to play in an FA Cup final at

Wembley, aged 17 years and 256 days, as West Ham beat Arsenal 1-0.

2000: The FA fined Wimbledon £50,000 and captain Kenny Cunningham £5,000 for

their part in a tunnel bust-up at Chelsea.

2004: Eddie Gray stepped down as Leeds manager but remained at the club in a

consultancy role.

2006: The Premier League rejected Tottenham's request to replay their match at

West Ham after the Spurs squad was struck down by food poisoning.

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