OTP Quiz of the Week 14

Posted by - February 20, 2011 - Competitions, Premier League, Quiz

Asking how much you remember from last season

One question for each PL club this week:

1. Who was Arsenal’s top league goalscorer?

2. What is the name of the charity that sponsored Aston Villa?

3. Only one Birmingham City player played every Premier League game. Name him?

4. Which international and cult hero retired from football at the start of the season whilst at Blackburn?

5. DJ Campbell scored a hat trick at the City Ground in the Playoff Semi Final, but which Scottish striker scored the other goal?

6. Which striker joined Bolton from Nantes at the end of the summer transfer window?

7. Can you name the three teams that conceded seven goals at Stamford Bridge in the PL?

8. What was the score when Everton met Arsenal on the first day of the season?

9. Fulham signed an England international on loan in the January transfer window. Who was it?

10. Who was Liverpool’s reserve goalkeeper who made four starts, none of which were in the Premier League?

11. When Manchester City defeated Chelsea 4-2 at Stamford Bridge, which three players scored braces in the game?

12. Manchester United surprisingly lost away to Burnley. Which United midfielder missed a penalty in the defeat?

13. Which two Newcastle players scored league hat tricks last season?

14. Before the season began, Stoke City bought two internationals for £5million each. Can you name them?

15. Five players in Sunderland’s squad had previously been on the books at Spurs. Who were they?

16. Which two Spurs players won Premier League Player of the Month awards?

17. Who was West Brom’s squad number one, who has now moved to be the club’s goalkeeping coach?

18. Name two of the three strikers that West Ham signed on the last day of the January transfer window?

19. Which Championship star did Wigan sign in the January transfer window?

20. Who was Wolves’ second top PL goalscorer (Kevin Doyle was top goalscorer)?

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1. Cesc Fabregas

2. Acorns Children’s Hospice

3. Roger Johnson

4. Tugay

5. Stephen Dobbie

6. Ivan Klasnic

7. Aston Villa, Sunderland, Stoke City

8. 6-1 to Arsenal

9. Nicky Shorey

10. Diego Cavalieri

11. Frank Lampard, Craig Bellamy, Carlos Tevez

12. Michael Carrick

13. Shola Ameobi and Kevin Nolan

14. Robert Huth and Tuncay

15. Alan Hutton (loan), Steed Malbranque, Andy Reid, Darren Bent and Martin Fulop

16. Jermaine Defoe and Gareth Bale

17. Dean Kiely

18. Ilan, Benni McCarthy, Mido

19. Victor Moses

20. Jody Craddock