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Which player has scored at two world cups for different countries?
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That wasn't the one I was thinking of.  There's another with just two words in their name.
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That wasn't the one I was thinking of.  There's another with just two words in their name.


lol at Yamor's friend

Uxbridge? Is there a team there? lol
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Uxbridge aren't a league team  doh

Do you need a clue?
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Uxbridge aren't a league team  doh

Do you need a clue?


Oooh... Wycombe Wanderers? lol
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I can't believe you didn't get the most important team out of the 5  shocking
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Which player has scored at two world cups for different countries?


I would guess that it must be someone like Davor Suker. Yugoslavia then Croatia after the split.
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I've heard this one. Chester.


Correct. The stadium is on the Wales-England border. The pitch is in Wales but the main stand and offices are in England! This allows them to be classified as an English club and play in the English league.
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Good try, but no.
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Correct. The stadium is on the Wales-England border. The pitch is in Wales but the main stand and offices are in England! This allows them to be classified as an English club and play in the English league.


Cardiff play in the english league.....
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I can't believe you didn't get the most important team out of the 5  shocking


Surely wolves are the "most important" being at the top Wink
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Cardiff play in the english league.....


Cardiff, Swansea, and Wrexham do... but they are Welsh clubs governed by the FAW not the English FA...
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To rephrase then, part of their stadium being in England means they are officially classified as an English club and come under the English FA.
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Good try, but no.


To have played for 2 countries at the World Cup I assume it must be someone who has played for Yugoslavia then Croatia or USSR then Russia or something like that. Good question. Now thinking.....
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Then again, what about Ferenc Puskas? He obviously played for Hungary when they went to the 1954 final and later on played for Spain. But did he play for Spain at a World Cup.
Or Di Stefano around the same time, didn't he change from Argentina to Spain? Think
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