The Medal Winners' Quiz: The Answers

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Last Updated: 25/04/13 at 16:41

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1) Which seven Man United players have qualified for a winner's medal this season for the first time?

Robin van Persie, Danny Welbeck, Shinji Kagawa, David De Gea, Ashley Young, Tom Cleverley and Phil Jones.

2) Which other United player is likely to pick up a medal despite being not yet qualified?

Anders Lindegaard.

3) Which three Manchester City players picked up their second PL winner's medal last season?

Carlos Tevez, Kolo Toure and Gael Cichy.

4) Name two of the four nationalities who claimed their first PL medal last season.

Belgium (Vincent Kompany), Bosnia and Herzegovina (Edin Dzeko), Italy (Mario Balotelli) and Montenego (Stefan Savic).

5) Who is the oldest player to have ever received a PL winner's medal at 40 years and 205 days?

Edwin van der Sar.

6) Who became - in 1998/99 - the first player to win PL winner's medals with two clubs?

Henning Berg.

7) Which goalkeeper has won three medals with Manchester United without ever reaching the ten-game mark?

Tomasz Kuszczak.

8) Who became the youngest ever recipient in 2003/04 at the age of 18 years and 294 days?

Gael Clichy.

9) After England, which nationality has won the most medals?

French (21).

10) Who was awarded a medal in 2006/07 despite playing only nine games for United? He was promptly sold that summer for £6m.

Alan Smith.

11) Which other player was awarded a medal that season despite only playing seven games on loan?

Henrik Larsson.

12) United also received special dispensation to award which defender a medal a year later (2007/08) despite him making only nine appearances? He left that summer for around £5m.

Gerard Pique.

13) Which Blackburn player was offered a medal under special dispensation but refused as he felt his contribution (five games) was too low?

David Batty.

14) Who accepted a medal after playing a grand total of around ten minutes in the final six matches of the 2003/04 season?

Martin Keown.

15) Which Brazilian has won more PL medals than any other player from his country?

Anderson (4).

16) Name two of the three winners from Germany.

Robert Huth, Jens Lehmann and Michael Ballack.

17) Name the only Irishman to have won the Premier League while not a Manchester United player.

Damien Duff.

18) Which current Championship manager won a PL medal despite not playing a league game after November that season?

Darren Ferguson.

19) Who comes after Ryan Giggs (13) and Paul Scholes (11) in the list of most medals won?

Gary Neville (8).

20) Who was sentenced to 15 months in prison in December 2011 - just over ten years after winning a PL medal?

Ronnie Wallwork.

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