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Think you know all about Liverpool FC? How about answering this question of mine?

The person who get it correct, please keep the ball rolling and ask another question about Liverpool FC...



The question:

In which year did Sammy Lee, the current first team coach make his debut for Liverpool FC?
 

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Thats right 1978 is the answer....

:)
 

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I swear I knew the answer but couldn't post it yesterday because of technical problems Xtratime was suffering:stuckup:.....Kidding actually;), cuz I didn't have a clue what the answer was:D Hey seriously.....ask something easier man:(:tongue:
 

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Correct, now go ask a question:D
 

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Ok I'm going to jump in and ask a question anyway:D

Who was the first player to win
international recognition while a Liverpool player?
 

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This is really tough!!

erm....George Allan for Scotland????
 

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Harry Bradshaw for England then???
 

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Thomas Henry (known as Harry) Bradshaw was the first man to win
international recognition while a Liverpool player, appearing at outside
left for England in their 6-0 win over Ireland at Nottingham in February
1897. It was to be his only cap but he did play for the Football League
and was one of the key figures in Liverpool's formative days.

The Merseyside-born forward, who also played at inside left and centre
forward, moved to Anfield from Northwich Victoria in 1893 and scored
on his debut in a 5-0 defeat of Arsenal. He scored a total of seven
goals in 14 appearances that season as Liverpool finished top of the old
Second Division and he added another in the Test match win over
Newton Heath (now Manchester United) that secured promotion.

He was top scorer with 17 goals the following season but could not
prevent Liverpool being relegated. A year later though, Bradshaw helped
Liverpool regain top flight status when he scored in the Test match
wins over Small Heath and West Brom after they had again finished top
of Division Two.

Brave and powerful, Bradshaw scored 54 goals in 138 senior outings for
Liverpool. He joined Tottenham in 1898 and then West Ham, both clubs
then in the Southern League, and also played for Thames Ironworks. He
was only 26 when he died in the closing days of the 19th Century, in
December 1899.


Well done:)
Fire one off B*O*S*H*;)
 

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RazorUK said:

Well done:)
Fire one off B*O*S*H*;)
Thank You...:D was a stab really....I was thinking that it must have been a non-english becos of the large number of emigrants from Scotland, Ireland and Wales in the early days....

Anyway, here goes:

What is the nickname of the ex Liverpool full back, Rob Jones? (easy eh???)
 

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Yeah too easy:D

I met Rob Jones a really gullable lad, would do anything for you though:)

Trigger
 

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RazorUK said:
Yeah too easy:D
Its meant to be ...for the benefit of people like utopia..;)

haha

Trigger, thats correct ...


Rob Jones
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What a pity...he was a very good player before the injuries and would have been an old time great for Liverpool.....
 

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What's Fred Hopkin's claim to fame?
 

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RazorUK said:
What's Fred Hopkin's claim to fame?
I don't even know who he is....:depress:
 
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