F365's 1990s Career Paths Quiz

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Simply name the players who made the following moves (although not necessarily a complete list). All played Premier League football in the 1990s.

1. Chelsea - Crystal Palace - Leeds United.

2. Argentinos Juniors - Ipswich Town - Tottenham

3. Everton - Sunderland - Aston Villa - Bolton

4. Maccabi Haifa - Southampton (loan) - West Ham

5. Ajax - Chelsea - Birmingham City

6. Middlesbrough - Manchester United - Middlesbrough

7. Parma - Manchester United - Everton - Charlton

8. Aston Villa - Manchester City - Ankaragucu

9. Sunderland - Celtic (loan) - Blackburn - Leeds (loan)

10. Derby - Blackburn - Coventry - Everton

11. Sheffield Wed - Leeds - Southampton - Nottm Forest

12. Southampton - Swindon (loan) - Blackburn - Leicester

13. CSKA Moscow - Chelsea - Celtic

14. Boca Juniors - Newcastle - Aston Villa

15. AEK Athens - Newcastle - Wolves - Dundee

16. Salernitana - Liverpool - West Ham - Lens

17. Karlsruher - West Ham - Everton - Hajduk Split

18. Fiorentina - Milan - Rangers - Chelsea

19. Strasbourg - Everton - Lens- Leeds

20. Panathinaikos - Blackburn - AEK Athens - Sheffield United

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