Question of the Day April 2020

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  • 30th April 2020:
    Q: Who were the last six players to win England Caps while with West Bromwich Albion?

    A: Jake Livermore (2017), Ben Foster (2014), Scott Carson (2008), Steve Hunt (1984), Cyrille Regis (1982) and Peter Barnes (1982).
    England Full Internationals by Club Affiliation 1872 to 2019.

    West Bromwich Albion England Players
  • 29th April 2020:
    Q: Which is the only Club to be English Top Flight League Champions while playing with Pink Shirts?

    A: Everton FC during season 1890-91. They adopted their now familiar Blue Shirts two seasons later.
    English Top Flight League Champions Playing Kits 1888-89 to 1938-39.

    Everton FC
  • 28th April 2020:
    Q: Why do Newcastle United play with Black & White striped shirts?

    A: Newcastle United played in red shirts but an away game at Nottingham Forest in January 1892 saw a colour clash. A set of shirts borrowed from local rivals Notts County saw Newcastle play in their now famous Black & White striped kit.
    Newcastle United 21st Century Home Playing Kits.

    Newcastle United FC
  • 27th April 2020:
    Q: Which four Clubs’ players scored Premier League Hat-Tricks in 2019-20?

    A: Manchester City (v West Ham United, Watford & Aston Villa), Norwich City (v Newcastle United), Chelsea (v Wolverhampton Wanderers & Burnley) and Leicester City (twice v Southampton).
    Premier League Hat-Tricks 1992-93 to 2019-20.

    2019-20 PL Hat-Tricks
  • 26th April 2020:
    Q: Who were the last four English Players to score UEFA Champions League Hat-Tricks?

    A: Raheem Sterling​ (2019 Manchester City 5-1 Atalanta), Harry Kane (2017 Tottenham Hotspur 3-0 APOEL), Danny Welbeck (2014 Arsenal 4-1 Galatasaray) and Michael Owen (2008 Manchester United 3-1 Wolfsburg).
    UEFA Champions League Hat-Tricks 1992-93 to 2019-20.

    English Champions League Hat-Tricks


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  • 25th April 2020:
    Q: Which six United States Players scored the most Premier League Goals?

    A: Clint Dempsey​ (57 Goals), Brian McBride (36 Goals), Roy Wegerle (13 Goals), Carlos Bocanegra (8 Goals), Joe-Max Moore (8 Goals) and Claudio Reyna (7 Goals).
    All-Time Premier League Top Americas Goalscorers 1992-93 to 2019-20.

    Top United States PL Goalscorers
  • 24th April 2020:
    Q: Which four Irishmen won Manchester City’s Player of the Year Award?

    A: Mick McCarthy​ (1984), Niall Quinn (1991), Richard Dunne (2005, 2006, 2007 & 2008) and Stephen Ireland (2009).
    Manchester City Player of the Year Award Winners 1967-2019.

    Irish Manchester City Players of the Year
  • 23rd April 2020:
    Q: Who are the only three players to score FIFA World Cup Finals Goals for England with two different Clubs?

    A: Martin Peters (West Ham United & Tottenham Hotspur), Gary Lineker (Everton & Tottenham Hotspur) and David Beckham (Manchester United & Real Madrid).
    England’s FIFA World Cup Record & Statistics from 1950 to 2018.

    England WC Goals with two Clubs
  • 22nd April 2020:
    Q: Which six players from Guinea, Iceland, Israel, Kenya, Lithuania & Macedonia won UEFA European Cup or Champions League Medals?

    A: Naby Keïta ​(Ghana & Liverpool 2019), Eiður Guðjohnsen (Iceland & Barcelona 2009), Avi Cohen (Israel & Liverpool 1981), McDonald Mariga (Kenya & Inter 2010), Edgaras Jankauskas (Lithuania & Porto 2004) and Goran Pandev (Macedonia & Inter 2010).
    UEFA European Cup & Champions League Medal Winners 1956 to 2019.

    UEFA Champions League Winners
  • 21st April 2020:
    Q: Which four Scotsmen won Chelsea FC’s Player of the Year Award?

    A: Charlie Cooke (1968 & 1975), Pat Nevin (1984 & 1987), David Speedie (1985) and Steve Clarke (1994).
    Chelsea FC Player of the Year Award Winners 1967-2019.

    Scottish Chelsea Players of the Year
  • 20th April 2020:
    Q: Which two players scored FIFA World Cup Finals Goals for England while with Foreign Clubs?

    A: Gerry Hitchins (Inter Milan, Italy 1962) and David Beckham (Real Madrid, Spain 2006).
    England’s FIFA World Cup Goalscorers 1950-2018.

    Gerry Hitchins & David Beckham
  • 19th April 2020:
    Q: What prompted Blackpool FC to adopt their famous Tangerine playing strip?

    A: Referee Albert Hargreaves officiated in a game between the Netherlands & Belgium and was impressed with the Dutch strip. Blackpool took up his recommendation for the 1923-24 season.
    Football League Alphabetical Club Positions from Season 1888-89 to 2018-19.

    Blackpool FC
  • 18th April 2020:
    Q: Which four Club’s Players have scored the most Goals for England at FIFA World Cup Finals Tournaments?

    A: Tottenham Hotspur (17 Goals), Liverpool (13 Goals), Manchester United (11 Goals) and West Ham United (7 Goals).
    England’s Goals at FIFA World Cup Finals by Clubs 1950-2018.

    Most England World Cup Goals by Clubs
  • 17th April 2020:
    Q: Who were the last four Foreign Players to be Italy’s Serie A Highest Goalscorer for the season?

    A: Mauro Icardi​ (Argentina & Inter, 2017-18 & 2014-15), Edin Džeko (Bosnia & AS Roma, 2016-17), Gonzalo Higuaín (Argentina & Napoli 2015-16) and Edinson Cavani (Uruguay & Napoli, 2012-13).
    Italian Serie A Top Goalscorers from Season 1923 to 2018-19.

    Foreign Serie A Top Goalscorers
  • 16th April 2020:
    Q: Who were the last four English winners of Manchester City’s Player of the Year Award?

    A: Shaun Wright-Phillips​ (2004), Michael Brown (1998), Tony Coton (1994) and Garry Flitcroft (1993).
    Manchester City Player of the Year Award Winners 1967-2019.

    Manchester City Player of the Year
  • 15th April 2020:
    Q: Which three Clubs have won the English Football Third Flight League Title four times?

    A: Bristol City, Doncaster Rovers and Plymouth Argyle.
    English League Championship Winners for all Four Flights 1888-89 to 2018-19.

    Third Flight Champions
  • 14th April 2020:
    Q: Which three other Clubs did Chelsea & England’s goalkeeper Peter Bonetti play for?

    A: St. Louis Stars (NASL 1975), Dundee United (Scottish Premier Division 1979) and Woking FC (Isthmian League 1986).
    Chelsea FC Player of the Year Award Winners 1967-2019.

    Peter Bonetti's Clubs
  • 13th April 2020:
    Q: Which seven FIFA World Players of the Year were affiliated with Italian Clubs at the time?

    A: Lothar Matthäus (1991 Internazionale), Marco van Basten (1992 Milan), Roberto Baggio (1993 Juventus), George Weah (1995 Milan), Ronaldo (1997 Internazionale), Zinedine Zidane (1998, 2000 Juventus) and Kaká (2007 Milan).
    Footballer of the Year Awards from Season 1947-48 to 2018-19.

    FIFA Player of the Year with Italian Clubs
  • 12th April 2020:
    Q: Which five Clubs have won the English Top Flight League Title just once each?

    A: Ipswich Town (1961-62), Leicester City (2015-16), Nottingham Forest (1977-78), Sheffield United (1897-98) and West Bromwich Albion (1919-20).
    Top Five English Top Flight Finishes for Every Season from 1888-89 to 2018-19.

    One-Time Top Flight Champions
  • 11th April 2020:
    Q: Which five players scored Premier League Hat-Tricks for Burnley, Crystal Palace, Sheffield United, Watford & Wolves?

    A: Andre Gray (Burnley 4-1 Sunderland), Yannick Bolasie (Sunderland 1-4 Crystal Palace), Brian Deane (Sheffield United 3-0 Ipswich Town), Gerard Deulofeu (Cardiff City 1-5 Watford) and Diogo Jota (Wolves 4-3 Leicester City).
    Premier League Hat-Tricks 1992-93 to 2019-20.

    Premier League Hat-Tricks
  • 10th April 2020:
    Q: Can you name six players who have appeared for 7 or more different Premier League Clubs each?

    A: Craig Bellamy, 7 Clubs (Coventry City, Newcastle United, Blackburn Rovers, Liverpool, West Ham United, Manchester City & Cardiff City). Andrew Cole, 7 Clubs (Newcastle United, Manchester United, Blackburn Rovers, Fulham, Manchester City, Portsmouth and Sunderland), Wayne Routledge, 7 Clubs (Crystal Palace, Tottenham Hotspur, Portsmouth, Fulham, Aston Villa, Newcastle United and Swansea City), Tal Ben Haim, 7 Clubs (Bolton Wanderers, Chelsea, Manchester City, Sunderland, Portsmouth, West Ham United and Queens Park Rangers), Peter Crouch, 7 Clubs (Aston Villa, Southampton, Liverpool, Portsmouth, Tottenham Hotspur, Stoke City & Burnley) and Marcus Bent, 8 Clubs (Crystal Palace, Blackburn Rovers, Ipswich Town, Leicester City, Everton, Charlton Athletic, Wigan Athletic & Wolverhampton Wanderers).
    All-Time Premier League Player’s 300+ Appearances 1992-93 to 2019-20.

    Most Premier League Clubs
  • 9th April 2020:
    Q: Which four Clubs have won the English Football Second Flight League Title five times or more?

    A: Leicester City (7 times), Manchester City (7 times), Derby County (5 times) and Sheffield Wednesday (5 times).
    English League Championship Winners for all Four Flights 1888-89 to 2018-19.

    Second Flight Champions
  • 8th April 2020:
    Q: Who were the eight Football Writers Association Player of the Year Winners from Tottenham Hotspur?

    A: Danny Blanchflower (1957-58 & 1960-61), Pat Jennings (1972-73), Steve Perryman (1981-82), Clive Allen (1986-87), Gary Lineker (1991-92), Jurgen Klinsmann (1994-95), David Ginola (1998-99) and Gareth Bale (2012-13).
    Footballer of the Year Awards from Season 1947-48 to 2018-19.

    Spurs FWA Player of the Year
  • 7th April 2020:
    Q: Which six players from Algeria, Belarus, Bulgaria, Chile, Dominican Republic & Egypt won UEFA Champions League Medals?

    A: Rabah Madjer​ (Algeria & Porto 1987), Alexander Hleb (Belarus & Barcelona 2009), Hristo Stoichkov (Bulgaria & Barcelona 1992), Claudio Bravo (Chile & Barcelona 2015), Mariano Díaz Mejía (Dominican Republic & Real Madrid, 2017) and Mohamed Salah (Egypt & Liverpool 2019).
    UEFA European Cup & Champions League Medal Winners 1956 to 2019.

    Champions League Medal Winners
  • 6th April 2020:
    Q: Which four of the eight Stadiums used for the 1966 FIFA World Cup are still in use?

    A: Old Trafford (Manchester), Villa Park (Birmingham), Goodison Park (Liverpool) and Hillsborough Stadium (Sheffield).
    FIFA World Cup Finals 1966 England.

    1966 FIFA World Cup Stadiums
  • 5th April 2020:
    Q: How many of the 10 players who made their England Debuts in 2018 can you name?

    A: James Tarkowski (Burnley), Lewis Cook (AFC Bournemouth), Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool), Nick Pope (Burnley), Ben Chilwell (Leicester City), Jadon Sancho (Borussia Dortmund), Nathaniel Chalobah (Watford), Lewis Dunk (Brighton & Hove Albion), Callum Wilson (AFC Bournemouth) and Alex McCarthy (Southampton).
    England Players by Club Affiliation 1872-2019.

    England Player Debuts 2018
  • 4th April 2020:
    Q: Which four players affiliated to Spanish Clubs won the FIFA World Cup Golden Boot?

    A: Mario Kempes​ (Valencia & Argentina 1978), Oleg Salenko (Logroñés & Russia 1994), Hristo Stoichkov (Barcelona & Bulgaria 1994) and Davor Šuker (Real Madrid & Croatia 1998).
    Golden Boot & Highest Goalscorers FIFA World Cup Finals Tournaments 1930 to 2022.

    FIFA Golden Boot Winners with Spanish Clubs
  • 3rd April 2020:
    Q: Which 12 players, who played in the year 2020, have made over 300 Premier League Appearances?

    A: James Milner​ (534), Leighton Baines (417), Aaron Lennon (388), Mark Noble (375), Gary Cahill (369), Ben Foster (355), Theo Walcott (342), Jordan Henderson (335), Shane Long (313), David de Gea (304), Pablo Zabaleta (303) and David Silva (301).
    All-Time Premier League Player’s 300+ Appearances 1992-93 to 2019-20.

    300+ Premier League Appearances
  • 2nd April 2020:
    Q: Which six non-UK European Players have scored over 100 Premier League Goals each?

    A: Thierry Henry​ (175 France), Robin Van Persie (144 Netherlands), Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink (128 Netherlands), Robbie Keane (126 Ireland), Nicolas Anelka (125 France) and Romelu Lukaku (113 Belgium).
    All-Time Premier League (non-UK) Top European Goalscorers.

    Top PL European Goalscorers
  • 1st April 2020:
    Q: Which nine Nations have been AFC Asian Cup Champions?

    A: Japan (4 times), Saudi Arabia (3 times), Iran (3 times), South Korea (twice), Israel, Kuwait, Australia, Iraq and Qatar.
    AFC Asian Cup Progress Chart 1956-2019.

    AFC Asia Cup Champions

Premier League Top Scorers


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