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For the forthcoming England v Holland match programme, we'll be speaking to former England boss Graham Taylor.
Taylor went straight into managership at Lincoln in his late 20s and had five years in charge there, taking the Red Imps up into Division Three.
Elton John spotted his potential and took him to Watford, then in the bottom division, in 1977. In his ten years at Vicarage Road the club won three promotions, reached The FA Cup Final and played in the UEFA Cup. Further success at Aston Villa, taking them to runners-up behind Liverpool in his last season, saw him take the England job after Italia ‘90.
He won his first match 1-0, a Wembley friendly against Hungary, and remained unbeaten in a 12-match debut season. Despite that initial promise his tenure would be marked by the failure to qualify for the World Cup Finals in America four years later. Holland, our opponents in August, were the main reason for that failing.
To send your questions for Graham about his time with England, his club management career, or football in general you can send them here
. The deadline for questions is Monday 1 August.
We're also calling on the fans once again to send in your England-related stories, tales or pictures for the 'In the Home End' section of the England v Holland
match programme next month.
We're also looking for, hot topics, birthdays and announcements for this and all England programmes for the men's and women's senior teams right the way through to all the development sides.
We want to hear from you so it's your chance to get involved in your programmes
Some suggested topics could be;
- Your tales from the Switzerland game in June
- Did you go to the UEFA European Under-21s Championship or FIFA Women's World Cup this summer?
- Stories from the European Qualifying campaign
- Your questions to England players or to The FA
- Your scouting reports of young English talent playing for your club
- Your England memories
- Your football photos
But these are just our ideas. It's your programme, so send us anything you think like-minded fans would be interested in reading about.
It's really down to you though. And although we can't guarantee every submission finds its way into print, we'll make sure the best stories, questions and topics do feature.
Send your submissions to editor@TheFA.com, If you have stories relevant to specific matches, contact us no later than ten days before the game.
Remember: You're all In The Home End