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Having just moved from Forest to Hertha Berlin which Dutch player described Nottingham as such: “Berlin has everything. It is a cosmopolitan city with theatres and the people are open-minded. They are not as narrow-minded like the people in Nottingham. There are no theatres, no cinemas, hardly anything. All Nottingham has is Robin Hood – and he’s dead.”? It’s time to go against the run of play and throw in a round focused solely on the iconic monuments and landmarks of the English game. It’s soccer trivia all about the famous stadiums of the English Premier League!
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Peter Odemwingie. The reverse deal, of Junior Hoilett from QRP to West Brom fell though, so Odewingie was left hanging. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain tweeted: “Does Odemwingie need a place to stay tonight?”. Move over news anchors, since football commentators say it best. We’ve collected ten of the most famous bits of commentary from the English Premier League, to see how much your quizzers know about the ‘quotable quotes’ of the beautiful game:Who chipped Lionel Perez and, with collar up and arms held and chest puffed, slowly turned three hindered and sixty degrees, soaking the veneration of the crowd? In 2002 Clive Tyldesley roared “A brilliant goal! A brilliant goal! Remember the name… XXXXXXXX!” Whose name did he say?
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Robbie Fowler, in reaction to unfounded taunts from Everton fans that he had been taking drugs. Gerard Houllier unconvincingly claimed it was a grass eating reference relating to teammate Rigobert Song, but he got a fine and a four week ban. What happened in 2021? We've put together some of our best 2021 quiz questions on an A4 sheet. 25 questions to print and enjoy in our end of year quiz handout.Ian Porterfield. Chelsea replaced him with David Webb on an interim basis and then Glenn Hoddle took over as player manager in the summer. Jimmy Bullard. At half time of the corresponding game the previous season, Hull were 4-0 down and their manager Phil Brown sat his players down on the pitch in front of the travelling fans and gave them a lecture. Matthew Le Tisser bade farewell to the stadium that had been his home ground his entire professional career by scoring a volley in the final minutes of its final league game to beat Arsenal 3–2. What was the name of the stadium?