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This day in European football history - December 6

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What happened on December 6
International footballer Giovanni Ferrari was born 115 years ago. He played 44 matches for Italy national team and scored 14 goals. He was also a national team manager. Died on December 2, 1982, aged 74 years.
International football referee Albert Dusch from West Germany was born on this day. He refereed matches of European national football teams (22 games in total). Passed away on October 27, 2002.
Gilbert Smith died at the age of 71. He appeared in 20 international football gamesand scored 11 goals for England team. Date of his birth: November 25, 1872.
Tony Woodcock, former England national football team player (42 caps and 16 goals), born this day.
International football venue Stadio San Paolo was inaugurated in Naples. Since opening, 30 games of European national football teams were played on the stadium.
55 years ago, the Slovenia football player Marko Simeunovič is born. He appeared for 57 matches in total for Slovenia.
Birthday of Petar Miloševski, who played for Macedonia national team in period 1998-2009 (59 caps). Date of his death: March 13, 2014.
Faroe Islands footballer Rógvi Baldvinsson is born today. He made his debut for national team in 2011 and earned 51 caps, scoring 4 goals.
Stadio Del Conero was opened in Ancona. The venue hosted 3 football matches of European national teams.
Luis Regueiro passed away at the age of 87. He played for Spain national team in period from 1927 to 1936 (25 caps and 16 goals). Born on July 1, 1908.
Louis Fauquemberghe passed away aged 92. He was a well-known international football referee from France. Date of his birth: October 20, 1910.
International football venue HaMoshava Stadium was inaugurated in Petah-Tikva. Since opening, 1 game of European national football teams was played on the stadium.
Shlomo Insurance Stadium was opened in Petah Tikva. The venue hosted 1 football match of European national teams.
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