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  • 23rd October 2020:
    Q: Which eight players scored 25 or more Goals for Leeds United in the Premier League?

    A: Mark Viduka​ (59), Harry Kewell (45), Rodney Wallace (42), Alan Smith (38), Lee Bowyer (38), Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink (34), Brian Deane (32) and Ian Harte (28).
    Leeds Premier League Goalscorers 1992-93 to 2020-21.

    Leeds United PL Goalscorers
  • 22nd October 2020:
    Q: Which four Clubs have won the Austrian Football Bundesliga ten times or more?

    A: Rapid Wien​ (32 Times), Austria Wien (24 Times), Red Bull Salzburg (14 Times) and Wacker Innsbruck / Swarovski Tirol / Tirol Innsbruck (10 Times).
    Austrian Football League – Bundesliga – Champions from season 1911-12 to season 2019-20.

    Austrian League Champions
  • 21st October 2020:
    Q: Which five Italians won the Premier League Manager of the Month Award?

    A: Antonio Conte​ (Three times), Carlo Ancelotti (Five times), Claudio Ranieri (Five times), Roberto Di Matteo (Once) and Roberto Mancini (Twice).
    Premier League Manager of the Month Awards.

    Italian PL Manager of the Month Winners
  • 20th October 2020:
    Q: Which four Clubs have appeared in only one UEFA European Cup or Champions League Final and won it?

    A: Feyenoord (1970), Aston Villa (1982), PSV Eindhoven (1988) and Red Star Belgrade (1991).
    UEFA European Cup & UEFA Champions League Finals 1955-56 to 2019-20.

    European Cup Winners
  • 19th October 2020:
    Q: Which five non-British & Irish Isles players won Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Player of the Year Award?

    A: Kevin Muscat​ (1999 Australia), Henri Camara (2004 Senegal), Helder Costa (2017 Portugal), Ruben Neves (2018 Portugal) and Raul Jimenez (2019 & 2020 Mexico).
    Wolverhampton Wanderers Player of the Year Award Winners 1977-2020.

    Wolves Player of the Year
  • 18th October 2020:
    Q: Which 14 Players won 10 or more England Caps with West Ham United?

    A: Bobby Moore (108), Geoff Hurst (49), Trevor Brooking (47), Martin Peters (33), David James (17), Alvin Martin (17), Len Goulden (14), Matthew Upson (14), Rob Green (11), Trevor Sinclair (11), Declan Rice (11), Johnny Byrne (10), Joe Cole (10) and Rio Ferdinand (10).
    England Players by Club Affiliation 1872-2020.

    West Ham England Caps
  • 17th October 2020:
    Q: How many times have Everton & Liverpool finished as Top Flight League Champions & Runners-Up in the same Season?

    A: Three Times: 1984-85 Everton Champions & Liverpool Runners-Up, 1985-86 Liverpool Champions & Everton Runners-Up and 1986-87 Everton Champions & Liverpool Runners-Up.
    Top Five English Top Flight Finishes for Every Season from 1888-89 to 2019-20.

    Merseyside League One-Two
  • 16th October 2020:
    Q: How many Players have appeared for both Liverpool & Everton in the Premier League?

    A: Five: David Burrows, Don Hutchinson, Nick Barmby, Abel Xavier and Sander Westerveld. In addition, Peter Beardsley and Gary Ablett played for Liverpool in Division One and Everton in the Premier League.
    Liverpool FC Premier League Players’ Squad Numbers 1993-94 to 2020-21.

    Played for Liverpool & Everton
  • 15th October 2020:
    Q: Which of the 17 All-Time England Players Sent-Off was the quickest to receive a Red Card?

    A: Rob Green (West Ham United) after 13 minutes away to Ukraine in a FIFA World Cup Qualifier in October 2009.
    England Players Sent Off 1872 to 2020.

    Rob Green Red Card
  • 14th October 2020:
    Q: How many Brazilians at the 2018 FIFA World Cup Finals were affiliated with English Clubs?

    A: Six: Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City), Danilo (Manchester City), Fernandinho (Manchester City), Willian (Chelsea), Roberto Firmino (Liverpool) and Ederson (Manchester City).
    FIFA World Cup Finals 2018 Player Details with Club & National League Affiliations.

    2018 Brazilians with English Clubs
  • 13th October 2020:
    Q: Which six current Premier League Clubs haven’t had a player Capped for England in 2020?

    A: Brighton & Hove Albion (2018), Crystal Palace (2018), West Bromwich Albion (2017), Fulham (2011), Newcastle United (2010) and Sheffield United (1992).
    England Players by Club Affiliation 1872-2020.

    Last Caps for England
  • 12th October 2020:
    Q: Which were the first six opponents England played for the first time after WWII?

    A: Republic of Ireland (1946), Portugal (1947), Denmark (1948), Chile (1950), United States (1950) and Argentina (1951).
    England’s Chronological Opponents 1872-2020.

    England Post-WWII Opponents
  • 11th October 2020:
    Q: Which six players scored the most Goals for Belgium?

    A: Romelu Lukaku​ (52 Goals), Eden Hazard (32 Goals), Bernard Voorhoof (30 Goals), Paul Van Himst (30 Goals), Marc Wilmots (29 Goals) and Joseph Mermans (27 Goals).
    World Football Leagues: Belgium.

    Belgium Top Goalscorers
  • 10th October 2020:
    Q: Which nine Premier League Player of the Month Award Winners went to Everton FC?

    A: Duncan Ferguson (February 1995), Andrei Kanchelskis (April 1996), Kevin Campbell (April 1999), Andy Johnson (September 2006), Phil Jagielka (February 2009), Nikica Jelavic (April 2012), Marouane Fellaini (November 2012), Romelu Lukaku (March 2017) and Dominic Calvert-Lewin (September 2020).
    Premier League Player of the Month Award​ Winners.

    Everton PL PLayer of the Month
  • 9th October 2020:
    Q: Which six Mexicans scored Premier League Goals?

    A: Chicharito​ (53), Raúl Jiménez (32), Guillermo Franco (5), Carlos Vela (5), Jared Borgetti (2) and Miguel Layún (1).
    All-Time Top 100 Premier League Goal Scorers.

    Mexican PL Goalscorers
  • 8th October 2020:
    Q: Which nine Tottenham Hotspur Players scored Goals for England at FIFA World Cup Finals?

    A: Jimmy Greaves (1962), Alan Mullery (1970), Martin Peters (1970), Gary Lineker (4 Goals 1990), Darren Anderton (1998), Jermain Defoe (2010), Harry Kane (6 Goals 2018), Dele Alli (2018) and Kieran Trippier (2018).
    England Goalscorers at FIFA World Cup Finals 1950-2018.

    Spurs World Cup Goalscorers for England
  • 7th October 2020:
    Q: Which four Goalkeepers wore Leeds United’s Number One Shirt in the Premier League?

    A: John Lukic​ (1993-96), Nigel Martyn (1996-2003), Paul Robinson (2003-04) and Illan Meslier (2020-21).
    Leeds United Premier League Players’ Squad Numbers 1993-94 to 2020-21.

    Leeds United PL Goalkeepers
  • 6th October 2020:
    Q: Who were the ten players to score Premier League Hat-Tricks against Liverpool FC?

    A: Thierry Henry (Arsenal), Andrei Arshavin (4 Goals Arsenal), Ollie Watkins (Aston Villa), Kevin Lisbie (Charlton Athletic), Peter Ndlovu (Coventry City), Mark Viduka (4 Goals Leeds United), Dimitar Berbatov (Manchester United), Fabrizio Ravanelli (Middlesbrough), Andrew Cole (Newcastle United) and Matthew Le Tissier (Southampton).
    Premier League Hat-Tricks 1992-93 to 2020-21.

    PL Hat-Tricks v Liverpool
  • 5th October 2020:
    Q: Which six Brazilians have Tottenham Hotspur used in the Premier League?

    A: Carlos Vinícius, Gilberto, Heurelho Gomes, Lucas Moura, Paulinho and Sandro.
    Tottenham Hotspur Foreign Premier League Players 1992-93 to 2020-21.

    Tottenham Hotspur Brazilians
  • 4th October 2020:
    Q: Which five Europeans (non-UK) won West Ham United’s Player of the Year Award?

    A: Luděk Mikloško​ (Czechoslovakia 1991), Paolo Di Canio (Italy 2000), Sébastien Schemmel (France 2002), Marko Arnautović (Austria 2018) and Lukasz Fabianski (Poland 2019).
    West Ham United Player of the Year Award Winners 1958-2020.

    West Ham European Players of the Year
  • 3rd October 2020:
    Q: Which four Welshmen won Brighton & Hove Albion’s Player of the Year Award?

    A: Peter O’Sullivan​ (1978), Dean Saunders (1986), Kurt Nogan (1994) and Andrew Crofts (2010).
    Brighton & Hove Albion Player of the Year Award Winners 1969-2020.

    Brighton Welsh Players of the Year
  • 2nd October 2020:
    Q: Which eleven Clubs has Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane scored Hat-Tricks against?

    A: Asteras Tripolis​, Leicester City (two hat-tricks), AFC Bournemouth, West Bromwich Albion, Fulham, Stoke City, Hull City, APOEL, Burnley, Southampton & Maccabi Haifa.
    Tottenham Hotspur All-Time Hat-Tricks 1896 to 2020.

    Harry Kane Hat-Tricks
  • 1st October 2020:
    Q: Which six Belgians won Football League Cup Winners Medals?

    A: Roland Lamah​ (2013 Swansea City), Vincent Kompany (2014, 2016, 2018 & 2019 Manchester City), Eden Hazard (2015 Chelsea), Thibaut Courtois (2015 Chelsea), Marouane Fellaini (2017 Manchester United) and Kevin De Bruyne (2018, 2019 & 2020 Manchester City).
    Football League Cup Winning Players 1961 to 2020.

    Belgian League Cup Winners

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