Jon Manley has something that raised an eyebrow, from Inside Chess in 1991.
Actually there's a fair few eyebrows you could let loose on this one, not least the ones that
ask "where's Kasparov?", but I found myself looking less for the absences and more at the presences, of which there were a lot bearing the letters ENG, not least Mark Hebden at an intriguingly high world number thirteen. (Miles, at four, was in his USA-representing period.)
After him in the top fifty come Hodgson, Nunn, Speelman, Chandler, Norwood and Mestel. And then, in the right-hand column, the first English player to appear is....
Rings no bells with me, and I was an active player in 1991. Not the most active, and certainly not the most observant member of the English chess scene, but even so if there were an English player rated over 2500 I'd expect to have heard of them
But there's no sign of that name here, or here, or here, or for that matter here.
For a moment I thought it might be a mangled version of Tony Kosten, but the real version is there, just below, at sixty-six.
Presumably something has been mangled, and either the Saleo is wrong or the ENG is wrong or both. But what's the correct version?