90s Football Quiz (Round 4)

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

England goalkeeper Tim Flowers signed for Blackburn Rovers in the autumn. Which club did Flowers leave to head to Ewood Park?



Keith Scott’s goal at home against Queens Park Rangers gave which club their first victory of the season in November 1993?

Swindon Town


Tottenham Hotspur’s Gary Mabbutt received severe facial injuries in a clash with which Wimbledon striker?

a) John Fashanu b) Andy Clarke c) Efan Ekoku

a) John Fashanu


Which Irish striker powered in two trademark headers at Maine Road in November 1993 as City met United in the first Manchester derby for the season?

Niall Quinn


Eric Cantona also scored twice in that game to bring the score back to 2-2 and the game’s winning goal soon followed for Manchester United and it was also scored by an Irishman. Name him?

Roy Keane


Andy Cole was in the goals for Newcastle United scoring a hat trick at home to Liverpool but with which London club did he start his professional career?



Which veteran England striker, who made 13 appearances for his country, scored Arsenal’s second goal as they beat Newcastle United at Highbury?

a) Alan Smith b) Kevin Campbell c) Ian Wright

a) Alan Smith


Who resigned as Everton manager in December 1993, stating that he could do no more with the resources available. His next management role would be with Greek side Xanthi.

Howard Kendall


Chelsea lost at Ewood Park in December 1993 and one of Rovers’ goals was scored by the man many were calling the best young left back in the country. He’d arrived at Blackburn from Chelsea years earlier. What was his name?

Graeme Le Saux


Glenn Hoddle looked to strengthen his Stamford Bridge squad by signing which Stoke City striker who had scored plenty of goals in the lower leagues? He would go on to scored 25 goals in 63 games for Chelsea, before joining Bournemouth.

Mark Stein