Chain-Quizzing(c)TheHardTackle is back with the old format. Get down to the basics and earn some points.
‘A’ is a South American, a prolific goal-scorer for top Spanish clubs in the early 90’s. In the mid 90’s, ‘A’ made a move to an Italian club. He is considered as one of the greatest players to play for his country ever. His last international match was against France and it was a farewell match in which his country won 2-1.
‘B’ was the team-mate of ‘A’ during the latter’s stay at an Italian club. ‘B’ is a proud winner of a World Cup and a European Championship. He played in a Bolton Wanderers team along with other stalwarts of his era. He has represented his country 82 times. He played just three games for another English side.
‘C’ was the team-mate of ‘B’ when the latter played at The Reebok. ‘C’ also had a successful 5 years spell at a top Spanish club. He once topped the charts in the league for the most number of yellow and red cards of the season. He has played just 4 matches for his country.
‘D’ has managed the club in which ‘B’ and ‘C’ has played at some point of their career. ‘D’s longest managerial stint has been with West Brom, so far. His father and brother are both footballers. In his days, he was a ‘tough’ midfielder featuring in many English teams, most prominently for Sheffield Wednesday.
‘D’ had once received a long touchline ban for making comments against ‘E’. ‘E’ has been English representative in two FIFA World Cups. He was once involved in a controversial free-kick taken by Thierry Henry, a quick one, against Chelsea. He had once infamously shown three yellow cards to the same player in a World Cup match.
Question 6 & 7:
Identify (‘F‘) and Connect (‘G‘) the footballers to the historical stadium.
Question 8 & 9:
Identify (‘H‘) and Connect (‘I‘) these two footballers.
Hint – An unique achievement::Trophies
Identify this legendary footballer. (‘J‘)
Hint: There are many ‘firsts’ associated with his name.