F365's England Squad Quiz - The Answers

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Last Updated: 21/03/13 at 15:32

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1) Name Joe Hart's first club.

Shrewsbury

2) Name either of the two clubs where Daniel Sturridge spent time as a youth player before joining Manchester City.

Aston Villa and Coventry

3) Who were the opposition in Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's first competitive match for England?

France at Euro 2012

4) Which member of the squad scored in his only England appearance so far?

Steven Caulker

5) Which member of the squad won the 2012 PFA Young Player of the Year award?

Kyle Walker

6) Against which team did Ashley Young score his first goals for Manchester United?

Arsenal

7) In which year did Manchester United sign Michael Carrick?

2006

8) Which player in the squad has scored the second-highest number of England goals?

Frank Lampard

9) Who has the most caps: Ashley Young, Michael Carrick or James Milner?

Milner, with 35 caps. Young has 27, Carrick 26

10) Which Championship club was Tom Cleverley loaned to in 2009/10?

Watford

11) Slightly harder...Which Championship was Leon Osman loaned to in 2003/04?

Derby

12) Which member of the England squad was named Man of the Match in the 2009 League Cup final between Manchester United and Spurs?

Ben Foster

13) Which current member of the senior squad holds the record for most caps for the U21s?

James Milner

14) Which current Premier League club loaned Fraser Forster from Newcastle in 2009/10?

Norwich

15) Who has scored more goals for England: Danny Welbeck or Theo Walcott?

Welbeck has five goals, Walcott four.

16) Steven Gerrard won his 100th cap against Sweden in November, but what landmark is he on course to achieve for Liverpool this season?

100 Premier League goals. He's currently on 97.

17) Against which team did Steven Taylor make his England debut?

Trick question - he hasn't played for the senior team before.

18) Which two players lead the England scoring chart in 2014 World Cup qualifying with three strikes each?

Frank Lampard and Wayne Rooney

19) Who scored his first goal for England in the 5-0 win over San Marino in October?

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

20) How many national teams has Roy Hodgson managed (including England)?

Four - England, Finland, Switzerland and United Arab Emirates

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