F365's England Squad Quiz - The Answers

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1) At which club did Fraser Forster start his career?

Newcastle

2) In which year was Ben Foster named man of the match in the League Cup final?

2009

3) Who is the oldest member of the squad?

Frank Lampard, 35.

4) Name the five clubs Glen Johnson has played for, including loan spells.

West Ham, Millwall, Chelsea, Portsmouth, Liverpool.

5) Against which team did Leighton Baines score his only England goal?

Moldova

6) Which member of the squad wasn't born in the UK?

Raheem Sterling

7) Where were they born?

Jamaica

8) Which Chelsea manager signed Gary Cahill from Bolton?

Andre Villas-Boas

9) Which is the first World Cup Luke Shaw has said he can remember in detail?

2010

10) Who has more England caps: Chris Smalling or Phil Jones?

Smalling

11) In which year did Steven Gerrard make his England debut?

2000

12) Which other nation was Ross Barkley eligible to play for before he made his competitive debut for England?

Nigeria

13) What is Phil Jagielka's middle name?

Nikodem

14) What was Rickie Lambert's second job before he became a professional?

He worked in a beetroot factory

15) Which member of the squad holds the record for the highest number of Under-21 caps?

James Milner with 46

16) How many goals has Daniel Sturridge scored in his ten matches for England?

Three

17) Which member of the squad has the best goals-to-games ratio?

Rickie Lambert

18) Who has won the most caps without scoring (keepers not included)?

Jack Wilshere

19) Which member of the squad made his competitive debut in the first match of Euro 2012?

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

20) Name the five players who haven't been mentioned in this quiz (questions or answers).

Joe Hart, Jordan Henderson, Adam Lallana, Wayne Rooney, Danny Welbeck

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