90s Football Quiz (Round 3)

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All of the questions in this round relate to the 1993/94 season:

To kick off the season title holders Manchester United met FA Cup winners Arsenal at Wembley ahead of the 93/94 season. Who missed the final penalty giving the trophy to United?

a) Ian Wright b) Paul Davis c) David Seaman

c) David Seaman


Which former England international midfielder scored Manchester United’s second goal on their opening day 2-0 win away at Norwich City?

a) Neil Webb b) Paul Ince c) Bryan Robson

c) Bryan Robson


A week later, Manchester United travelled to Aston Villa and won 2-1 with both goals coming from a player who they had signed in 1988 from Torquay United. Who was it?

Lee Sharpe


Arsenal striker Ian Wright scraped into the UK Singles Chart with a single released in 1993. What was the name of the record?

a) Outstanding b) Do The Right Thing c) Golden Times

b) Do The Right Thing


Which veteran striker scored an early season hat-trick for Coventry City at Highbury to condemn Arsenal to a disappointing defeat?

Micky Quinn


Terry Venables left Tottenham Hotspur in 1993, but which former White Hart Lane favourite replaced him?

Ossie Ardiles


Newly promoted Newcastle United got off to a disappointing start when a Teddy Sheringham goal gave Spurs a 1-0 win at St James Park. The assist was provided by an English midfielder who’s career would take him to Everton, Las Palmas, Sevilla and Walsall. Who was it?

Vinny Samways


Liverpool’s major signing of the summer scored twice against Sheffield Wednesday at Anfield early on in the campaign, making a great start to life in the north following a move from Nottingham Forest. Can you name him?

Nigel Clough


Aston Villa were looking for goals from their major signing Guy Whittingham. The man known as ‘Corporal Punishment’ arrived at Villa Park from which club?

a) Wolverhampton Wanderers b) Portsmouth c) Sheffield Wednesday

B) Portsmouth


Following David Seaman’s red card away at West Ham United, a young goalkeeper from Arsenal’s reserves was given the chance to stake a claim for the jersey. It was not to be and he left Highbury in 1994 to join Middlesbrough before spells with West Bromwich Albion and Blackburn Rovers. What was his name?

Alan Miller