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Cumulative Football Quiz #3

Discussion in 'Sports Talk' started by willemvanoranje, Nov 15, 2002.

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  1. willemvanoranje

    willemvanoranje Curitibano

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    well, I meant a winning Barca (I know about that thingy, but this computer doesn't make that).....free kick, Ronald Koeman :)
     
  2. MCdread

    MCdread Couldn't she get drowned?

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    Ok, Elsaak has posted in the sports forum, but seems to have forgoten of this thread. I believe my answer is correct, so I'lll ask a question to go ahead with this:

    The first European Cup took place in 1955/56, but before that there were already some regional club competitions, that are the "ancestors" of the UEFA cups. One of those was the Mitropa Cup in Central Europe. Another one was the Latin Cup. The Latin Cup was played by the champions of Italy, France, Spain and Italy and started some years after the WWII. Which two temas played the first Latin Cup final and who won?
     
  3. willemvanoranje

    willemvanoranje Curitibano

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    Barcelona won the first one in '48 or '49 or something, just before the fifties, but I don't know against who. I'm guessing a Portuguese team though ;) Benfica?
     
  4. MCdread

    MCdread Couldn't she get drowned?

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    You have the winner right, but not the runner-up. Nice job anyway.
     
  5. polymath

    polymath Tleilaxu Mentat

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    I'm going along with willemvanoranje's Portugal idea, sounds like a nasty trick question, and I see MCDread is in Lisbon, so I'm saying:
    Sporting Lisbon (runners up)
    So am I Sherlock Holmes, or Dr Watson?
     
  6. MCdread

    MCdread Couldn't she get drowned?

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    That is indeed the right answer, but I'm not sure that qualifies you as Sherlock Holmes. ;)
    BTW, I may be in Lisbon, but but FC Porto is the team that rocks!!! GO PORTO!!

    Next question then. :)
     
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    Ha ha ha it's right! Definite Dr Watson logic, tho.
    Willem made a ;) smiley, which made me think you must have a very obvious thing for portuguese football. And then I saw where you were in your sig. Aren't they called 'Sporting Club Football' or something in Portugal?

    Willem's go, he got the winner.
     
  8. willemvanoranje

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    how many times didi Pierre van Hooijdonk score in last season's UEFA-Cup final? How? and against who?
     
  9. Dell19

    Dell19 Take a break

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    Can't remember so guess time :)

    Once, free kick, B Dortmund.
     
  10. willemvanoranje

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    hehe, incomplete :p
     
  11. Suppersalmon

    Suppersalmon Think Safely think again

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    Pierre van Hooijdonk scored 2 goals
    1 freekick
    1 penality
    against Jens Lehmann
     
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    yupz, although B Dortmund would've been right as well :p
     
  13. Dell19

    Dell19 Take a break

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    Oh well my memory is incomplete...
     
  14. willemvanoranje

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    :lol: doesn't matter, SS turn ;)
     
  15. Suppersalmon

    Suppersalmon Think Safely think again

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    Alright my Q :D

    Which player in the English premiership (from 92/92 season) has played the most games ?
     
  16. Dell19

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    Hmmm... Alan Shearer?
     
  17. willemvanoranje

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    No idea, there are a lot of possibilities I think.
     
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    Dell19 Take a break

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    exactly so its guess time :)
     
  19. willemvanoranje

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    hmmm, a lot of (old) Arsenal-players are on my list, like Seaman, Adams, Dixon, but also Giggs is on my mind. I try Winterburn though.
     
  20. Suppersalmon

    Suppersalmon Think Safely think again

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    No to both of them
     
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