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8-question written
19 Pounce
List It
19 Pounce
Connect
5 Rounds
Round I
Eight questions
Written
+3 per correct
+6 all correct
You will see things/objects/people that appear on crests of
different clubs.
Just give me each club’s name.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Exchange sheets!
Answer
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Round II
19 questions
Pounce
+10 per correct
-10 wrong on pounce
1. The story goes that when Craig
Moore and Tony Vidmar returned to
Rangers following international duty,
club manager Dic...
Answer
2. Brazilians have done all sorts of things to overcome the 1950 WC
trauma. In one such attempt, Joao Luiz, a journalist, ...
Answer
The same footage of the crying Uruguay players after the final was
shown as tears of a tragic loss instead of the historic...
3. This club are named after a national
hero (pic). This season, they became the
first club from their country to reach th...
Answer
Albanian club KF Skenderbeu Korce,
named after Skanderbeg.
4. It happened just before the 2002 UEFA Cup final between
Feyenoord and Borussia Dortmund. Before the match, there was a
...
Answer
5. Simen Agdestein played close to a 100
games for his hometown club Lyn. He also
went on to represent the Norwegian
natio...
Answer
First Norwegian grandmaster and the first coach of Magnus Carlsen.
6. This pre-eminent author, who
wrote ‘Football in Sun and
Shadow’, died last year.
He was widely considered "global
footb...
Answer
Eduardo Galeano
7. This one-club man had a two-
decade long career at Independiente
and won five Copa Libertadores with
them. Maradona ido...
Answer
Ricardo Bochini
8. Johnny Warren played over 40
internationals for Australia, and was known
as Captain Socceroo for his passionate work
to...
Answer
9. Velibor Vasovic was one of the
greatest defenders of his generation.
He scored the only FK Partizan goal in
the 1966 Eu...
Answer
First foreigner to captain Ajax.
10. Name this product of the Liverpool academy in India, who
recently became one of the youngest Indian goalscorers in an
...
Answer
Lallianzuala Chhangte
11. This family has a proud history with Benfica, for whom several family
member played. The man on the left finished twic...
Answer
Jose Aguas and Rui Aguas
12. This Frenchman led Zambia to
Africa Cup of Nations triumph in 2012
and three years later he was at the
helm of Ivory C...
Answer
Herve Renard
13. In a Reddit AMA last month, this is how someone justified
playing a certain character in a last year’s release.
The ac...
Answer
Tim Roth as Sepp Blatter in United Passions
14. He led Bayern Munich to two
European Cup triumphs in the 1970s.
However, he is widely regarded to be
the father of mod...
Answer
Dettmar Cramer
15. Id. this man, who is considered
amongst the greatest of coaches, a
pioneering tactician and supreme man-
manager who c...
Answer
Ernő Egri Erbstein
16. Only one country has seen its two different cities produce two
semi-finalists at the European Cup/Champions League.
Na...
Answer
Scotland
Glasgow: Celtic (1967, 1970, 1972 and 1974) and Rangers (1960)
Dundee: Dundee (1963) and Dundee United (1984)
17. Jose Villalonga Llorente guided
Spain to their first ever major
international triumph at the 1964
Euros.
He is also th...
Answer
To win the European Cup.
18. Cuco Martina scored one of
the goals of the season in a 4-0
mauling of Arsenal on Boxing
Day. He plays his internation...
Answer
19. 13 players have achieved this
particular feat, 12 which of are
Spaniards while the other one is this
German.
What’s th...
Answer
Players with two European Cup wins, Rainer Bonhof (1972, 1980).
Round III
List It
+3 per correct
+6 all correct
List the first World Cup-winning
manager for each country.
Answer
1930 Uruguay
1934 Italy
1954 West Germany
1958 Brazil
1966 England
1978 Argentina
1998 France
2010 Spain
Alberto Suppici
V...
Round IV
19 questions
Pounce
+10 per correct
-10 wrong on pounce
1. The story goes that this particular move was first used by this
Brazilian of Japanese ancestry named Sergio Echigo whil...
Answer
Elastico or flip-flap, Roberto Rivelino
2. Disenchanted by the state of
modern football and the distance
placed between fans and the club, a
bunch of Fiorentina s...
Answer
3. He led Estudiantes to three successive
Copa Libertadores triumphs. However, his
teams were notorious for stretching the...
Answer
Osvaldo Zubeldia
4. This story often gets told the other way round, but the truth is
the club were in existence long before the national fe...
Answer
River Plate, Peru national team, Rayo Vallecano
5. Due to the Spanish revolution of the mid 1930s, regular football
was disrupted in Spain. As a consequence, many of Barc...
Answer
Killed Leon Trotsky with an ice pick
6. Charles Reep was heavily influenced by Herbert Chapman's style
of functional wingers and rapidly moving the ball forwar...
Answer
Long ball football/kick and rush
He concluded that most goals
were scored from fewer than
three passes: therefore he
propo...
7. Through the 1990/91 season, Marseille
went through three managers. Gerard
Gili left the club as he felt the technical
d...
Answer
Franz Beckenbauer, Raymond Goethals
8. Manuel Preciado was a respected
figure in Spanish football.
However, he had a tragic personal life as
he lost his wife ...
Answer
First manager to inflict a league home defeat on Jose Mourinho
9. Last October during a match against Maccabi Tel Aviv, at the age of 18
years and 221 days, this midfielder became the y...
Answer
Ruben Neves
10. He was the first-choice centre-
forward for the Indian national
team during the 1948 and 1952
Olympics. He also finish...
Answer
Sahu Mewalal
11. Ronaldo’s first wife, Milene
Domingues, was a Brazil
international, who went on to play
for Corinthians and Rayo Valle...
Answer
She held the women's record for
most keepie-uppies, keeping a
football off the ground with 55,198
touches.
12. If it’s Liverpool for LeBron James, then which club is it for Steve
Nash?
Answer
A self-confessed Spurs fan, Nash recently bought a stake in Real
Mallorca
13. The first documentary was made in 1970, while the other was
made in 2005. What does the two have in common?
Answer
Camera focuses only on the protagonist for an entire match.
(Football As Never Before and Zidane: A 21st Century Portrait)...
14. In 1997, he was voted by the
Juventus faithful as the greatest
foreigner to have ever played for
their club.
Name this...
Answer
John Charles
15. Danny “Tanveer” Batth, the captain
of the team, is the official ambassador of
this fan group which is one of the
count...
Answer
Punjabi Wolves, started by Laskar Singh and Lachhman Singh in ’54
16. He was a prolific striker in his prime and
won the gold at the 1956 Summer
Olympics. He is considered as the greatest
...
Answer
Eduard Streltsov
17. Last season, this team were banned from the Chilean top flight
because of this shirt they wore. What was the controver...
Answer
CD Palestino sported the pre-1948 map of Palestine which irked the Jews.
18. They are the first professional football club from the state of Jammu
and Kashmir to participate in a national league ...
Answer
19. Due to events that unfolded in
early December, Merida AD of the
Spanish third division put out this
image on their Twi...
Answer
Merida’s next opponents were Cadiz CF
Round V
8 questions
Normal Pounce
+10 per correct
-10 wrong on pounce
Connect points on slide
1. Id. this who man played over two
decades for 1. FC Nurnberg and was
the scorer of the first West Germany
goal in the 19...
Answer
Max Morlock +30/-15
2. Name this legendary oriundi.
+30/-15
Answer
Omar Sivori
+30/-15
3. Who? +20/-10
Answer
Alfredo di Stefano +20/-10
4. This one-club man is the first
footballer in the world to earn 100
international caps.
He made a total of 105 appearanc...
Answer
Billy Wright +20/-10
5. Name the man.
+15/-5
Answer
Ferenc Puskas
+15/-5
6. Id. the duo.
+15/-5
Answer
Brian Clough and Peter Taylor
+15/-5
7. He is Preston North End
legend, having played his entire
career at the club. Bill Shankly,
a former team-mate, describe...
Answer
Tom Finney +10/0
8. Who was the referee who sent Zinedine Zidane off for this?
+10/0
Answer
Horacio Elizondo +10/0
Connect?
Answer
Real life images made into famous statues
Thank you!
Barefoot Football Quiz 2016 - Finals
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Barefoot Football Quiz 2016 - Finals
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  1. 1. 8-question written 19 Pounce List It 19 Pounce Connect 5 Rounds
  2. 2. Round I Eight questions Written +3 per correct +6 all correct
  3. 3. You will see things/objects/people that appear on crests of different clubs. Just give me each club’s name.
  4. 4. 1.
  5. 5. 2.
  6. 6. 3.
  7. 7. 4.
  8. 8. 5.
  9. 9. 6.
  10. 10. 7.
  11. 11. 8.
  12. 12. Exchange sheets!
  13. 13. Answer
  14. 14. 1.
  15. 15. 2.
  16. 16. 3.
  17. 17. 4.
  18. 18. 5.
  19. 19. 6.
  20. 20. 7.
  21. 21. 8.
  22. 22. Round II 19 questions Pounce +10 per correct -10 wrong on pounce
  23. 23. 1. The story goes that when Craig Moore and Tony Vidmar returned to Rangers following international duty, club manager Dick Advocaat dropped the duo for unsportsmanlike conduct. The events from that international break inspired the name of this book by James Montague. What’s the story?
  24. 24. Answer
  25. 25. 2. Brazilians have done all sorts of things to overcome the 1950 WC trauma. In one such attempt, Joao Luiz, a journalist, made an alternate narrative of the WC. He used footage from the events of the WC and, with some editing, showed Brazil as the world champions. So Alicides Ghiggia’s shot is shown to bounce off the post, next shot is Bigode clearing the ball – taken from another match. Zizinho’s goal from the Yugoslavia game – with no Yugoslav player in frame – was shown to be the winning goal. The ‘O Mundo’ front page, declaring Brazil as champions also came in handy in the narrative. However, what footage was used to show a despondent Uruguay team?
  26. 26. Answer
  27. 27. The same footage of the crying Uruguay players after the final was shown as tears of a tragic loss instead of the historic win.
  28. 28. 3. This club are named after a national hero (pic). This season, they became the first club from their country to reach the play-off round of the Champions League. They lost the play-off to Dinamo Zagreb and dropped into the Europa League, and in turn became the first side from their country to progress through to the group stage of a European competition. Which club, or the national hero?
  29. 29. Answer
  30. 30. Albanian club KF Skenderbeu Korce, named after Skanderbeg.
  31. 31. 4. It happened just before the 2002 UEFA Cup final between Feyenoord and Borussia Dortmund. Before the match, there was a minute’s silence for controversial Dutch Politician Pim Fortuyn. Fortuyn, an outspoken critic of Islam, had been assassinated two days prior. German fans objected to the tribute. And it riled the Dutch supporters, including someone named Mikey Wilson. Who the hell is Mikey Wilson?
  32. 32. Answer
  33. 33. 5. Simen Agdestein played close to a 100 games for his hometown club Lyn. He also went on to represent the Norwegian national team eight times and scored once. Although he retired fairly early due to a knee injury, he has another significant claim to fame other than his brief football career. What?
  34. 34. Answer
  35. 35. First Norwegian grandmaster and the first coach of Magnus Carlsen.
  36. 36. 6. This pre-eminent author, who wrote ‘Football in Sun and Shadow’, died last year. He was widely considered "global football's pre-eminent man of letters" and "a literary giant of the Latin American left". Name him.
  37. 37. Answer
  38. 38. Eduardo Galeano
  39. 39. 7. This one-club man had a two- decade long career at Independiente and won five Copa Libertadores with them. Maradona idolised him as a kid. “I was in love with ______ and his style seduced me”, he says. However, despite his long career, he played only five minutes of World Cup football, and that too due to the insistence of Maradona. Who?
  40. 40. Answer
  41. 41. Ricardo Bochini
  42. 42. 8. Johnny Warren played over 40 internationals for Australia, and was known as Captain Socceroo for his passionate work to promote the game in his country. Football was considered foreign in Australia and therefore it was referred to as the game of _____ _____ and ________. The first is an Australian slang for women, second for migrants and third for homosexuals, and is the title of a seminal book by him. FITB.
  43. 43. Answer
  44. 44. 9. Velibor Vasovic was one of the greatest defenders of his generation. He scored the only FK Partizan goal in the 1966 European Cup final in a 2-1 defeat to Real Madrid. Three years later, he did the same for Ajax against AC Milan in a 4-1 defeat. He finally won the coveted prize in 1971. What distinction does he hold in the history of Ajax?
  45. 45. Answer
  46. 46. First foreigner to captain Ajax.
  47. 47. 10. Name this product of the Liverpool academy in India, who recently became one of the youngest Indian goalscorers in an international fixture.
  48. 48. Answer
  49. 49. Lallianzuala Chhangte
  50. 50. 11. This family has a proud history with Benfica, for whom several family member played. The man on the left finished twice as the European Cup top scorer, while his son did the same in the 1987/88 edition. They are the only father-son duo to have achieved the feat. Name them.
  51. 51. Answer
  52. 52. Jose Aguas and Rui Aguas
  53. 53. 12. This Frenchman led Zambia to Africa Cup of Nations triumph in 2012 and three years later he was at the helm of Ivory Coast when they became African Champions, thereby he became the first manager to win the Africa Cup of Nations with two different nations. Who?
  54. 54. Answer
  55. 55. Herve Renard
  56. 56. 13. In a Reddit AMA last month, this is how someone justified playing a certain character in a last year’s release. The actor and the character?
  57. 57. Answer
  58. 58. Tim Roth as Sepp Blatter in United Passions
  59. 59. 14. He led Bayern Munich to two European Cup triumphs in the 1970s. However, he is widely regarded to be the father of modern football in Japan for his work there in the 60s. Name this German who died last year.
  60. 60. Answer
  61. 61. Dettmar Cramer
  62. 62. 15. Id. this man, who is considered amongst the greatest of coaches, a pioneering tactician and supreme man- manager who created Il Grande Torino. He and his family survived the Holocaust as a matter of astonishing good fortune, but just four years after the end of the war, he was killed with his team in the Superga air crash.
  63. 63. Answer
  64. 64. Ernő Egri Erbstein
  65. 65. 16. Only one country has seen its two different cities produce two semi-finalists at the European Cup/Champions League. Name the cities.
  66. 66. Answer
  67. 67. Scotland Glasgow: Celtic (1967, 1970, 1972 and 1974) and Rangers (1960) Dundee: Dundee (1963) and Dundee United (1984)
  68. 68. 17. Jose Villalonga Llorente guided Spain to their first ever major international triumph at the 1964 Euros. He is also the first and still the youngest manager to achieve which feat?
  69. 69. Answer
  70. 70. To win the European Cup.
  71. 71. 18. Cuco Martina scored one of the goals of the season in a 4-0 mauling of Arsenal on Boxing Day. He plays his international football for a constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, who are managed by a former Dutch international who took up the job because of his lineage. Country and the coach?
  72. 72. Answer
  73. 73. 19. 13 players have achieved this particular feat, 12 which of are Spaniards while the other one is this German. What’s the feat?
  74. 74. Answer
  75. 75. Players with two European Cup wins, Rainer Bonhof (1972, 1980).
  76. 76. Round III List It +3 per correct +6 all correct
  77. 77. List the first World Cup-winning manager for each country.
  78. 78. Answer
  79. 79. 1930 Uruguay 1934 Italy 1954 West Germany 1958 Brazil 1966 England 1978 Argentina 1998 France 2010 Spain Alberto Suppici Vittorio Pozzo Sepp Herberger Vicente Feola Sir Alf Ramsey Cesar Luis Menotti Aimé Jacquet Vicente del Bosque
  80. 80. Round IV 19 questions Pounce +10 per correct -10 wrong on pounce
  81. 81. 1. The story goes that this particular move was first used by this Brazilian of Japanese ancestry named Sergio Echigo while he was playing for Corinthians. He later taught his club team-mate, who popularised it at the ‘70 WC. Which move, who is the other Brazilian?
  82. 82. Answer
  83. 83. Elastico or flip-flap, Roberto Rivelino
  84. 84. 2. Disenchanted by the state of modern football and the distance placed between fans and the club, a bunch of Fiorentina supporters started this club. For a €20 season ticket one has a say in the running of the club, and the decision-making process is democratic. Which club?
  85. 85. Answer
  86. 86. 3. He led Estudiantes to three successive Copa Libertadores triumphs. However, his teams were notorious for stretching the boundaries of fair play to a breaking point. The term “anti-football” was coined during his time as manager. Juan Ramon Veron, one of his players, admitted, “we tried to find out everything possible about our rivals… so we could goad them on the field”. Who?
  87. 87. Answer
  88. 88. Osvaldo Zubeldia
  89. 89. 4. This story often gets told the other way round, but the truth is the club were in existence long before the national federation came into being and the national team didn’t wear “it” almost a decade after their national federation’s founding. Another team in Europe wears “it” as a dedication to the team that were the first to do it. What’s the story?
  90. 90. Answer
  91. 91. River Plate, Peru national team, Rayo Vallecano
  92. 92. 5. Due to the Spanish revolution of the mid 1930s, regular football was disrupted in Spain. As a consequence, many of Barcelona players moved to Mexico. Among them was Josep Iborra. In Mexico, he befriended a fellow Catalan exile Ramon Mercader. Sid Lowe writes in Fear and Loathing in La Liga: “One day during lunch together, Mercader announced that he had to dash off to do something…” What did he do?
  93. 93. Answer
  94. 94. Killed Leon Trotsky with an ice pick
  95. 95. 6. Charles Reep was heavily influenced by Herbert Chapman's style of functional wingers and rapidly moving the ball forwards. He was amongst the very first people to apply an analytics-based approach in football. Among other things, his ideas have heavily shaped Norwegian football. What is he considered a pioneer of?
  96. 96. Answer
  97. 97. Long ball football/kick and rush He concluded that most goals were scored from fewer than three passes: therefore he proposed it was important to get the ball forward as soon as possible.
  98. 98. 7. Through the 1990/91 season, Marseille went through three managers. Gerard Gili left the club as he felt the technical director was too intrusive, handing the first team duties to him. Some bad results meant that technical director again went upstairs in December. The third guy (pic) held on to the post longer and became the first man to win the European Cup with a French club. The second and third guys?
  99. 99. Answer
  100. 100. Franz Beckenbauer, Raymond Goethals
  101. 101. 8. Manuel Preciado was a respected figure in Spanish football. However, he had a tragic personal life as he lost his wife to cancer in 2002 and his 15-year-old son perished in a car crash two years later. His father died after being run over in 2011. A year later, while being at the helm of Villarreal, Preciado died following a heart attack. He was the first manager to do what?
  102. 102. Answer
  103. 103. First manager to inflict a league home defeat on Jose Mourinho
  104. 104. 9. Last October during a match against Maccabi Tel Aviv, at the age of 18 years and 221 days, this midfielder became the youngest player to start as captain in the Champions League. Name him.
  105. 105. Answer
  106. 106. Ruben Neves
  107. 107. 10. He was the first-choice centre- forward for the Indian national team during the 1948 and 1952 Olympics. He also finished the top-scorer at the 1951 Asian Games, scoring the only goal in the final against Iran to win India the gold medal. Who?
  108. 108. Answer
  109. 109. Sahu Mewalal
  110. 110. 11. Ronaldo’s first wife, Milene Domingues, was a Brazil international, who went on to play for Corinthians and Rayo Vallecano among other teams. However, what brought her to limelight at first was a certain world record. What record?
  111. 111. Answer
  112. 112. She held the women's record for most keepie-uppies, keeping a football off the ground with 55,198 touches.
  113. 113. 12. If it’s Liverpool for LeBron James, then which club is it for Steve Nash?
  114. 114. Answer
  115. 115. A self-confessed Spurs fan, Nash recently bought a stake in Real Mallorca
  116. 116. 13. The first documentary was made in 1970, while the other was made in 2005. What does the two have in common?
  117. 117. Answer
  118. 118. Camera focuses only on the protagonist for an entire match. (Football As Never Before and Zidane: A 21st Century Portrait) The first tracks the George Best’s every move during a Saturday league game against Coventry C, while the second focuses on Zidane during a league game against Villarreal game in 2005.
  119. 119. 14. In 1997, he was voted by the Juventus faithful as the greatest foreigner to have ever played for their club. Name this Welshman who was integral to Wales’ qualification to the 1958 World Cup finals.
  120. 120. Answer
  121. 121. John Charles
  122. 122. 15. Danny “Tanveer” Batth, the captain of the team, is the official ambassador of this fan group which is one of the country’s largest ethnic supporters’ groups. It was started the year this club won their first league title in 1954. What is the supporters’ group known as?
  123. 123. Answer
  124. 124. Punjabi Wolves, started by Laskar Singh and Lachhman Singh in ’54
  125. 125. 16. He was a prolific striker in his prime and won the gold at the 1956 Summer Olympics. He is considered as the greatest outfield player Russia has ever produced. However, he was convicted for the rape of the 16-year-old daughter of the first female Politburo member Ekaterina Furtseva, one of Nikita Khrushchev’s favourites. He returned from prison and had another five- year spell at Torpedo. Who?
  126. 126. Answer
  127. 127. Eduard Streltsov
  128. 128. 17. Last season, this team were banned from the Chilean top flight because of this shirt they wore. What was the controversy about?
  129. 129. Answer
  130. 130. CD Palestino sported the pre-1948 map of Palestine which irked the Jews.
  131. 131. 18. They are the first professional football club from the state of Jammu and Kashmir to participate in a national league competition. Name?
  132. 132. Answer
  133. 133. 19. Due to events that unfolded in early December, Merida AD of the Spanish third division put out this image on their Twitter account before they faced their next league opponents. What’s the context?
  134. 134. Answer
  135. 135. Merida’s next opponents were Cadiz CF
  136. 136. Round V 8 questions Normal Pounce +10 per correct -10 wrong on pounce Connect points on slide
  137. 137. 1. Id. this who man played over two decades for 1. FC Nurnberg and was the scorer of the first West Germany goal in the 1954 WC final Hungary when the Germans were 2-0 down to inspire a 3-2 win. +30/-15
  138. 138. Answer
  139. 139. Max Morlock +30/-15
  140. 140. 2. Name this legendary oriundi. +30/-15
  141. 141. Answer
  142. 142. Omar Sivori +30/-15
  143. 143. 3. Who? +20/-10
  144. 144. Answer
  145. 145. Alfredo di Stefano +20/-10
  146. 146. 4. This one-club man is the first footballer in the world to earn 100 international caps. He made a total of 105 appearances for England, captaining them a record 90 times, including during their campaigns at the 1950, 1954 and 1958 World Cup finals. Name? +20/-10
  147. 147. Answer
  148. 148. Billy Wright +20/-10
  149. 149. 5. Name the man. +15/-5
  150. 150. Answer
  151. 151. Ferenc Puskas +15/-5
  152. 152. 6. Id. the duo. +15/-5
  153. 153. Answer
  154. 154. Brian Clough and Peter Taylor +15/-5
  155. 155. 7. He is Preston North End legend, having played his entire career at the club. Bill Shankly, a former team-mate, described him as the greatest player he had ever seen. Id. this knighted footballer, who earned 76 caps for England. +10/0
  156. 156. Answer
  157. 157. Tom Finney +10/0
  158. 158. 8. Who was the referee who sent Zinedine Zidane off for this? +10/0
  159. 159. Answer
  160. 160. Horacio Elizondo +10/0
  161. 161. Connect?
  162. 162. Answer
  163. 163. Real life images made into famous statues
  164. 164. Thank you!

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