On This Day - January 14 1999: West Ham's Declan Rice was born Declan Rice, pictured above in action for the Republic of Ireland U21s, is a player who is eligible to play for either England or Ireland. The player, who has played three friendly games for Ireland at senior level, has not yet made a decision on where his international future lies. Ireland manager Mick McCarthy has said he would like to build a team around him. PA and Sean O'Neill 14 January, 2019 06:00 ON THIS DAY 1928: Jimmy McGrory scored a Scottish top-flight record of eight goals in one game for Celtic against Dunfermline. 1958: A crowd of 60,000 watched Manchester United beat Red Star B[...] Subscribe to read more Sport To read the full story Subscribelog in Registered users get 5 regular articles and 1 free Premium article per week. Register here Enjoy reading the Irish News? Subscribe from just £1 for the first month to get full access Subscribe Topics John Hartson Martin Adams Robbie Fowler Andy Murray Rory McIlroy Padraic Collins Categories Sport 14 January, 2019 06:00 Sport Related stories On This Day - Jan 9 1980: 2017 Masters winner Sergio Garcia, is born On This Day - Jan 10 1949: Boxing legend George Foreman, beaten by Muhammad Ali in the' Rumble in the Jungle', is born On This Day - Jan 11 2016: Lionel Messi wins a record fifth Ballon d'Or award On This Day - Jan 12 2017 former England, Watford and Aston Villa manager Graham Taylor passes away aged 72.