90s Football Quiz (Round 5)

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


Manchester United finished the year with a last gasp equalising goal at home to Blackburn Rovers at Old Trafford. Which Scottish striker signed from Coventry City had given Blackburn the lead?

Kevin Gallacher


1994 got underway with Manchester United and Liverpool sharing a 3-3 draw at Anfield. Liverpool’s equalising goal was scored by an English centre half signed from Tottenham Hotspur. What was his name?

Neil Ruddock


Graeme Souness left Anfield shortly after the game and he was replaced by one of the last coaches to move up from Liverpool’s famous Boot Room. Who was it?

Roy Evans


Swindon Town struggled to keep their head above the relegation zone all season despite a 3-1 home win against Coventry City in February 1994. Which Norwegian striker scored a hat trick that day?

Jan Aage Fjortoft


Chelsea beat Manchester United at Old Trafford in March 1994 with the only goal of the game coming from an Englishman who’s career to taken him from QPR to Gillingham, Bournemouth and Newcastle United. Today he is a Christian minister. Who was it?

Gavin Peacock


With Blackburn breathing down their necks the pressure was starting to get to Manchester United in March 1994 and Eric Cantona was sent off for a stamp on which Swindon Town midfielder?

A) Paul Bodin b) John Moncur c) Gary Speed

B) John Moncur


In April 1994 on Easter Saturday a match billed as a ‘Title Decider’ took place at Ewood Park between Blackburn and Manchester United. Who opened the scoring for the home side with a header?

a) Alan Shearer b) Tim Sherwood c) Mike Newell

a) Alan Shearer


Three points in the Manchester Derby in late April tipped the balance back in United’s favour. Who scored both goals in a 2-0 win over Manchester City?

a) Paul Ince b) Ryan Giggs c) Eric Cantona

c) Eric Cantona


Blackburn Rovers suffered a 2-0 defeat on the road in May 1994 thanks to two goals scored by midfielder Julian Darby. Who was Darby playing for?

a) Coventry City b) Sheffield Wednesday c) Swindon Town

a) Coventry City


Which team did Everton beat 3-2 in dramatic seals to ensure they survived for another season of Premier League football in May 1994?