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The General Knowledge Quiz!

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Who else is there? Terry wasn't playing for England yet, and not even for Chelsea much. I don't think Chelsea had any Germans. Maybe Villa did?
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Actually, is it David James?
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Wouldn't Seaman still be in goal for England, with Nigel Martyn his no.2?
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No not David James. Seaman played in that England game, but obviously not the FA Cup final.
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I give up?
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lol
Surprised you couldn't get it.
The player is still a current international if that helps.
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Barry? When did he make his england debut?
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Yes it's Gareth Barry. Came on as a sub in the England game. Made his debut shortly before I guess, I remember him coming on as a sub in 1 game at Euro 2000. At that time he was still a left back or left sided player. Then he had several years out of the international scene and came back as a central midfielder.
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This is quite funny one:

Which British footballer scored a goal at his home ground for the away team and it wasn't an own goal?
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Well, any british footballer who's played for one of the milan teams, and scored against the other milan team. Dunno who, though.
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Sorry for the late response. Some workmen cut through a cable a couple of streets away and the phones were our down my street for a couple of hours.

The answer I have for that question is Kenny Dalglish. In the qualifying campaign for the 1978 World Cup, Scotland were in the same group as Wales. Scotland's home match against Wales was held at Hampden Park, but Wales home match against Scotland was moved from Wales to Anfield, hence Scotland were the away team at Anfield. Scotland's Kenny Dalglish, who was a Liverpool player at the time, scored for Scotland.
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Sorry for the late response. Some workmen cut through a cable a couple of streets away and the phones were our down my street for a couple of hours.

The answer I have for that question is Kenny Dalglish. In the qualifying campaign for the 1978 World Cup, Scotland were in the same group as Wales. Scotland's home match against Wales was held at Hampden Park, but Wales home match against Scotland was moved from Wales to Anfield, hence Scotland were the away team at Anfield. Scotland's Kenny Dalglish, who was a Liverpool player at the time, scored for Scotland.



See this is what I don't get. You ask a question, ONE person hazards a guess and then you tell us the answer?! How is that in any way shape or form giving people a chance to partake.... lol
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Back to more normal general knowledge:
name all American states with 3 sets of double letters in the name.
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Back to more normal general knowledge:
name all American states with 3 sets of double letters in the name.


Mississippi.
Tennessee
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Yup.
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