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Fpl quiz 6

  1. 1. FPL Quiz 6 Conducted by Omkar Kamalapur and Shafeeq Syed.
  2. 2. 1)Connect. Fundae pls
  3. 3. 1966 Ghost goal incident • Geoff Hurst • Bakhramov • England fans give an award to Bakramov’s son in honour of Bakramov.
  4. 4. 2)Connect and who comes next
  5. 5. Wayne Rooney • Only players to have scored back to back hat- tricks in the Premier League.
  6. 6. 3)
  7. 7. • He plays in Ligue 1 for Girondins de Bordeaux. When he moved to the club it was discovered he had a certain problem which is unique considering the fact that he plays football. It is also a career threatening problem • Jean Tigana manager of Bordeaux has described this problem as “Embarassing” • What is this problem?
  8. 8. Allergic to grass • Yoan Gouffran is allergic to grass and as u can see this causes him a huge problem.
  9. 9. 4) • This beer earned the nickname X after X helped his country qualify for the 2006 football World Cup. In the proceeding celebrations, X was seen turning down champagne and other similar style of drinks in favour of a 1 Litre Bock. This public endorsement of the beer was recognised by the local population and the beer earned his namesake.
  10. 10. Drogba
  11. 11. 5) • Recently a certain section of X’s fans sent abuse to this person on twitter about a wrong decision when it was meant for Y who share similar names. Gimme X and Y
  12. 12. • X-Tottenham Hotspur • Y-Chris Foy • The person shown is British Cyclist Chris Hoy.
  13. 13. 6) • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bv7X9D57 rlc&feature=youtu.be • Watch this clip and tell me what infamous incident happened?
  14. 14. • Gary Lineker ended up taking a dump in his shorts during the WC game against Ireland in 1990.This was due to stomach cramps. • More Funda on the next slide.
  15. 15. • I’ve never admitted to it, but it’s true. It was a World Cup game. It’s filmed, I’ve seen it but unless you know (what was happening) you wouldn’t know. • “I was not very well, I was poorly at half time but I carried on. • “The ball went down the left hand side, I did try to tackle someone, I stretched and then I relaxed myself. I was very fortunate it rained that night and I could do something about it. It was messy, it just came out, it happened. How much detail do you want? • “It’s true; it was the opening game of the 1990 World Cup against the Republic of Ireland. You can see me rubbing the ground like a dog; it was the most horrendous experience of my life, but I tell you I never found so much space in a game than I did that night after that happened.”
  16. 16. 7)Id
  17. 17. • Id this Welsh player who was so versatile that in a single week one of England’s greatest ever forwards Nat Lafthouse called him the greatest defender he had ever come across and Wolverhampton Wanderers legend Billy Wright called him the greatest forward he had butted heads against. Sir Bobby Robson in his autobiography even noted that he was probably the only player to have a world class career in two different positions. He has never been booked in his entire career. • He played in the Serie A and was known to the fans as Il Gigante Buono. He was so love by the italians that he was voted as the greatest foreign player to play in the serie A 40 years after playing there beating greats such as Zidane and marco van basten.
  18. 18. William John Charles
  19. 19. 8)Id the player on the right next to de stefano
  20. 20. • In his obituary in the Guardian they described him as 'a thick-thighed, blond, muscular, cheerfully heavy drinker, who allied exceptional skill with tactical flair and a devastating right- footed shot.” • A legend for the club Y, his battles with alcohol created anecdotes that are told to this day. One of the most popular one being the time he was asked by a customs official about the whereabouts of two bottles of whisky he was declaring and simply pointed to his stomach with the words: 'Do you want to take an X-ray?'
  21. 21. Ladislao Kubala
  22. 22. 9) • X was a keen footballer, having played for Bonnyrigg Rose in his younger days. He was offered a trial with East Fife. While on tour with South Pacific, X played in a football match against a local team that Matt Busby, manager of Manchester United, happened to be scouting. According to reports, Busby was impressed with his physical prowess and offered X a contract worth £25 a week immediately after the game. X admits that he was tempted to accept, but he recalls, "I realised that a top-class footballer could be over the hill by the age of 30, and I was already 23. I decided to become an actor and it turned out to be one of my more intelligent moves."
  23. 23. Sean Connery
  24. 24. 10)Who on what • About two years before the European Championships I began trying it. It worked so well that I decided that I would use the technique if I got a penalty at the European Championships. It was like the will of god. I was 1,000% certain that I would take the penalty in that way and that I would score. Several times I've seen a player take a penalty like that on television, and every commentator in every country never fails to describe it as X, which is naturally very gratifying."
  25. 25. Panenka on the Panenka Penalty.
  26. 26. 11)Put funda about these teams and connect to a Football team.
  27. 27. Arsenal Fc. The Invincibles. • All these teams went unbeaten in their respective sporting leagues and earned the name The Invincibles. Arsenal FC did it in the 2003-2004 season. Preston North End (1888-89) Australian cricket team (1948) Australian rugby league team (1982) All Blacks (1924-25)
  28. 28. 12)Who on what • "I have seldom felt so depressed in my life as I did that weekend. After 19 years of giving everything I had to score goals, I have finally scored one which I almost wished I hadn't."
  29. 29. Dennis Law an the infamous goal that got Manchester United relegated. • Though even if the match ended as a draw Manchester United would get relegated but his strike sealed the deal for them.
  30. 30. 13)What is this? And fill for 2011 • 2003—Rivaldo • 2004—Nicola Legrottaglie • 2005—Christian Vieri • 2006—Adriano • 2007—Adriano • 2008—Ricardo Quaresema • 2009—Felipe Melo • 2010—Adriano • 2011--?
  31. 31. Diego Milito • These are all various winners of the Bidone d’Oro, Italian for the "Golden Bin" or "Golden Trashcan", is a tongue-in-cheek prize given to the worst footballer in Serie A at the end of each calendar year. It is a play on Ballon d’Or.
  32. 32. 14)Significance of this pic?
  33. 33. The Spion Kop Hill • Spion Kop (or Kop for short) is a colloquial name or term for a number of terraces and stands at sports stadiums, particularly in the United Kingdom. Their steep nature resembles a hill near Ladysmith, South Africa, that was the scene of theBattle of Spion Kop in January 1900 during the Second Boer War.
  34. 34. 15) • Diego Latorre was initially given this term X. There have been a list of players who have been called X including the likes of Riquelme, Pablo Aimar, Carlos Tevez, Aguero, Lavezzi, Zarate, Ortega. Amongst all these players Lionel Messi looks like he could be X due to a lot of similarities. X?
  35. 35. New Maradonna. • New Maradona or New Diego is a title given by the press and public to promising Argentine football players in reference (and reverence) to the legendary Diego Maradona as a benchmark. • Everyone has referred to Messi as his successor and the True New Maradonna because of scoring similar hand of god goal and also scored scored a goal against Getafe CF, one of which was very similar to Maradona's second goal against England
  36. 36. 17) • http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_ embedded&v=vADVq2isvo4 • http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_ embedded&v=4Rssr9a3xPU • Watch these two vides. Both these videos show players trying to emulate a move and failing miserably. Who were the original two players who did this and succeeded?
  37. 37. Johan Cryuff and Jesper Olsen • Youtube this goal. Worth watching.
  38. 38. 18) • According to The Cat's Pyjamas: The Penguin Book of Cliches this chant was sung by Sheffield United fans towards this player who was their goalkeeper. Usually sung to the tune of Knees Up Mother Brown. What chant?
  39. 39. Who ate all the pies?
  40. 40. 19) • Born in 1946, he played as a goalkeeper in the Jamaican parish leagues in the 1960s, he played for Jamaica in a schoolboy international against Brazil in 1964. He then turned to refereeing, and even refereed a world cup qualifier in 1988. He was forced to retire soon after since the age limit for referees was lowered. He switched his profession and achieved legendary status there. Identify.
  41. 41. Steve Bucknor
  42. 42. 20)
  43. 43. The Damned United
  44. 44. 21) • This company, which is part of the FTSE 250, was founded in 1982. Its founder is a former county squash coach, with an estimated wealth close to a billion pounds. It expanded rapidly and acquired Lilywhites and Dunlop Slazenger among others. Responses to a recent incident which arguably brings this company more into the limelight were along the lines of “absolutely appalling”, “a disgrace”, and “X and Y are together like black and white.” Give me the name of the company or the incident. No points for identifying X or Y.
  45. 45. Sports Direct. St James Park being renamed to Sports Direct Arena.
  46. 46. 23) • 2002 was the first FIFA World Cup in which teams were allowed to name 23 players. However, the first ever player to sport a number 23 jersey in a FIFA World Cup was Uruguayan Guillermo Escalada in 1962. Tell me why.
  47. 47. • This was done so as to avoid the number 13 jersey as the Uruguayans were superstitious about such things.
  48. 48. 24) • His last competitive appearance was for Garforth Town in 2004. The club chairman remarked that he had played a key part in securing promotion from the Northern Counties East League. The player himself remembers it as “funny, enjoyable, a fun time”. Identify.
  49. 49. Socrates
  50. 50. 25) • This phrase is believed to be at least as old as 2004; the authors of “Scorecasting: The Hidden Influences Behind How Sports Are Played And Games Are Won” attribute this to ‘Crowdsourcing’, implying that the mood of the crowd may influence decision making, rather than to other maligned factors. A statistical analysis by The Times in 2009, suggests the undertone behind the phrase might be valid, but also points out that other footballing criteria may also explain the correlation. What phrase?
  51. 51. • Fergie Time
  52. 52. 26) • What rather tragic distinction does the Congolese club Bena Tshadi hold, in the world of football?
  53. 53. • They lost all 11 players on the pitch when lightning struck during their match in October 1998 against Basanga
  54. 54. 27) • What was the contribution of the dog named Pickles (pictured) in March 1966 to the footballing world, which was eventually undone some 17 years later?
  55. 55. • Recovered the Jules Rimet trophy stolen in London during the run up to the 1966 world cup. It was stolen again in 1983 and never recovered.
  56. 56. 28) • What twelve letter term describes an attacking role behind the strikers, “in the hole”, if you will? This might refer to an attacking midfielder or a striker who plays slightly deeper. The literal meaning of the word would be three fourths, implying he would be playing three fourths of the way up the pitch.
  57. 57. • Trequartista
  58. 58. 29) • What is blanked out?
  59. 59. • Dial Square
  60. 60. 30) • Setting: 1982 FIFA WC match between France and Kuwait. Result: As routine as you’d expect, 4-1 in France’s favour. Question: Why did the referee of the match lose his international status afterward?
  61. 61. • The Kuwait FA president swooped down on the field and threatened to take his players off unless a goal scored by France was disallowed. The referee relented. France went on to score another goal any way.
  62. 62. 31) • Identify the logo of this club which “created history”.
  63. 63. • FC Kochi, the first professional football team in India
  64. 64. 32) • What is (rather inexpertly) blanked out? Give funda. •
  65. 65. • Banner at Stretford End in response to Liverpool being named “European Capital of Culture 2008”, a year which saw Liverpool go trophyless and Manchester United secure a Premier League, Champions’ League double.
  66. 66. 33) • The Wars of the Roses were a series of dynastic civil wars for the throne of England fought between supporters of two rival branches of the royal House of Plantagenet: the houses of Lancaster and York (the "red" and the "white" rose, respectively). The legacy of this war still lives on in a different way. What?
  67. 67. • Manchester United, Leeds United rivalry
  68. 68. 34) • What does the map show?
  69. 69. • Red – Soccer • Blue – Football • Yellow – Disputed/both in use
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