The 110% Football Quiz #4

You've seen it in the mag (right?!), now whittle away your Friday afternoons by taking on our tricky posers about the beautiful game online. Answers at the end...
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Question 1

Name all seven of Manchester United's substitutes in the 1999 Champions League Final.

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Question 2

Which Football League club used to play their home games at Leeds Road? (Clue: it isn't Leeds).

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Question 3

How many of Tottenham's starting XI in last December's 3-0 defeat at Chelsea hadn't been born the last time Spurs won at Stamford Bridge?

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Question 4

What World Cup finals record does former Barcelona, Real Madrid and Portsmouth midfielder Robert Prosinecki hold?

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Question 5

Name the four pictured European Cup or Champions League-winning coaches.

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Question 6

Which Sunderland player scored the Premier League's 23,000th goal in November 2014 against Everton?

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Question 7

What did Arsenal manage for the first time in the Premier League since September 2003 in October 2014's 2-0 defeat at Chelsea?

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Question 8

When Des Lynam left the BBC for ITV, Alan Sugar turned down an invitation to become Match of the Day presenter. True or false?

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Question 9

In December 2014, Paul Konchesky became the fourth player to be sent off for four different Premier League clubs. Name the previous three players.

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Question 10

Why are Bournemouth called the Cherries?

The answers

Question 1
Raimond van der Gouw, David May, Wes Brown, Phil Neville, Jonathan Greening, Teddy Sheringham, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Question 2
Huddersfield Town.

Question 3
Six (Ben Davies, Ryan Mason, Nabil Bentaleb, Erik Lamela, Christian Eriksen, Harry Kane).

Question 4
He's the only player to score for two different countries: Yugoslavia (1990) and Croatia (1998).

Question 5
Ernst Happel, Miguel Munoz, Ottmar Hitzfeld, Marcello Lippi.

Question 6
Sebastian Larsson.

Question 7
They failed to register a single shot on target.

Question 8
False.

Question 9
Carlton Palmer, Scott Parker, Andy Cole.

Question 10
The stadium, Dean Court, was originally built on a cherry orchard.

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