Who Am I Football Quiz 2020
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Who Am I Football Quiz Questions
1.Who were the last 6 players to wear Manchester City’s number nine shirt?
4. Who were the last three players to win England Caps with Fulham FC?
5. Who were the six Premier League Player of the Month Winners from Australia, Austria, Bosnia, Costa Rica, Croatia & Iceland?
6. Who were the last five Englishmen to win Manchester United’s Player of the Year Award?
7. Who were Wolverhampton Wanderers’ four Managers in the Premier League Era?
9. Who are the six All-Time Highest Premier League Goalscorers from The Americas?
11. Who were the four Brighton & Hove Albion Players to win Caps with England?
12. Who were the last six players to win England Caps while with West Bromwich Albion?
13. Who were the last four English Players to score UEFA Champions League Hat-Tricks (till 2019-20- Group Stage)?
14. Who are the only three players to score FIFA World Cup Finals Goals for England with two different Clubs?
15. Who were the last four Foreign Players to be Italy’s Serie A Highest Goalscorer for the season?
17. Who were the last four English Managers to win the Football League Cup?
18. Who were the three Irishman that won Premier League Player of the Month Award.
19. Who were the Top Five Goalscorers at the 1970 FIFA World Cup Finals in Mexico?
Who Am I Football Quiz Answers
1. Emile Mpenza (2006-08), Valeri Bojinov (2008-09), Emmanuel Adebayor (2010-12), Álvaro Negredo (2013-15) and Nolito (2016-17). Gabriel Jesus (2019-20)
2. Didier Drogba (Levski Sofia 1-3 Chelsea).
3. Romelu Lukaku, who scored 113 goals playing for West Bromwich Albion, Everton and Manchester United.
4. Bobby Zamora (2011), Wayne Bridge (2006 on loan from Chelsea) and Zat Knight (2005).
5. Mark Schwarzer (Fulham February 2010 Australia), Alex Manninger (Arsenal March 1998 Austria), Edin Dzeko (Manchester City August 2011 Bosnia), Paulo Wanchope (Derby County October 1997 Costa Rica), Nikica Jelavic (Everton April 2012 Croatia) and Gylfi Sigurdsson (Swansea City March 2012 Iceland).
6. Luke Shaw (2019), Michael Carrick (2013), Wayne Rooney (2010 & 2006), Teddy Sheringham (2001) and David Beckham (1997).
7. Dave Jones (2003-04), Mick McCarthy (2009-12), Terry Connor (2012) and Nuno Espírito Santo (2018-).
8. Alireza Jahanbakhsh (Iran, Brighton & Hove Albion) and Heung-min Son (South Korea, Tottenham Hotspur).
9. Didier Drogba (Ivory Coast 104), Emmanuel Adebayor (Togo 97), Yakubu (Nigeria 95), Sadio Mané (Senegal 80), Mohamed Salah (Egypt 72) and Yaya Touré (Ivory Coast 62).
10. Sean Dyche (Burnley, February 2020 & March 2018), Frank Lampard (Chelsea, October 2019), Eddie Howe (AFC Bournemouth October 2018, January 2018 & March 2017), Darren Moore (West Bromwich Albion, April 2018) and Paul Clement (Swansea City, January 2017).
11. Tommy Cook (1925), Peter Ward (1980), Steve Foster (3 caps, 1982) and Lewis Dunk (2018).
12. Jake Livermore (2017), Ben Foster (2014), Scott Carson (2008), Steve Hunt (1984), Cyrille Regis (1982) and Peter Barnes (1982).
13. 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).
14. Martin Peters (West Ham United & Tottenham Hotspur), Gary Lineker (Everton & Tottenham Hotspur) and David Beckham (Manchester United & Real Madrid).
15. 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).
16. 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).
17. Steve McClaren (Middlesbrough 2004), Brian Little (Aston Villa 1996), Roy Evans (Liverpool 1995) and Ron Atkinson (Aston Villa 1994).
18. Mickey Evans (Southampton, April 1997), Roy Keane (Manchester United, October 1998 & December 1999), Robbie Keane (Coventry City, August 1999, Leeds United, January 2001 & Tottenham Hotspur, April 2007).
19. Gerd Müller (West Germany, 10 goals), Jairzinho (Brazil, 7 goals), Teófilo Cubillas (Peru, 5 goals), Pelé (Brazil, 4 goals) and Anatoliy Byshovets (Soviet Union, 4 goals).
20. José Mourinho first win with Chelsea FC in 2004-05, aged 42.