The Fiendish Friday Quiz

Ollie Irish

16th, March 2007


1 Crewe Alexandra, Birmingham City, Crystal Palace, Coventry City (current). Whose career?
2 I was born on 31 Dec 1960. I started my career as a midfielder, before moving into defence. My first professional club was Gillingham. I once scored 19 goals in a season for Man Utd. Who am I?
3 Picture round. Who’s the snappy dresser?

4 Which Premiership star has an accidental double-barreled name, thanks to a mistake at the Registry Office?
5 Fashion designer Daniel Hechter once designed the kit for which French club? (Clue: he was once their chairman too.)
6 The club crest challenge:

Answers after the click…

1 Dele ‘Pele’ Adebola
2 Steve Bruce
3 Guti
4 Colin Kazim-Richards – he was meant to be called Colin-Kazim Richards.
5 Paris Saint-Germain
6 New England Revolution

Quite tough this week, I think. How did you fare?

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  1. Billyo says:

    Fiendish indeed. To use an american-ism I scored a doughnut. Only they’d probably spell it donut.

  2. Rob P says:

    3 for me. Missed Bruce, Guti and New England Revolution.

  3. OmegaSupremeho says:

    Damn that was tough, should have done better though. (1)

  4. Timothy B. says:

    The only question I can answer correctly on a regular basis is the crest. I got #5 as well by just naming the first French club I could think of.

  5. Zach says:

    Got 3. And thanks for the little boost with the New England Revolution crest. I am from New York so that was a gimme.

  6. zaid says:

    Only guti..

  7. Will says:

    a dismal 1, must try harder

  8. truth says:

    Thanks for including the Revs logo or I’d have been bageled. In my defense, I did look at Guti and think ‘European. Italian? I should know this.’ Which is fairly close.

  9. sjc says:

    an awful 2, New England and Kazim Richards

  10. Ollie, Pies Ed. says:

    Probably one of the most fiendish quizzes I’ve set so far, so no disgrace in scoring a bagel chaps. I’ll go easier on y’all next Friday, promise…