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Discussion in 'Sports and Activities' started by BBC, Nov 10, 2006.
Spot on BBC.
Name 6 managers who have played football on the same side as David Beckham?
I got this fresh offa a game on sky commentry last weekend. Clue.
Stuart Pearce - England
Gareth Southgate - England
Roy Keane - Munich
Steve Bruce - Munich
Mark Hughes - Munich
Paul Ince - Munich
Not 100% about Mark Hughes so can I have Bryan Robson as a first reserve?
Well done FooFighter! Your question please.
Who would be Aston Villas' opposition in a derby match (nearest rivals) in the current premiership?
Bolton, Man city or Man Utd.
I'm gonna go with Man united?
No cigar for you
Reading or Watford?
I'll go for Watford
Survey says--------- uh urgggh
Well done Jimbob
Bramall Lane is 1.5 miles nearer than Old Trafford
God I hate Man U
God bless girls' twisted geography.
But I fail to see a football relevance.
Ghana - and then South Korea....
List of previous UN Secretary-Generals -
Ban Ki-moon, Korea
Kofi Annan, Ghana
Boutros Boutros-Ghali, Egypt
Javier Perez de Cuellar, Peru
Kurt Waldheim, Austria
U Thant, Myanmar (formerly known as Burma)
Dag Hammarskjöld, Sweden
Trygve Lie, Norway
Was going to say that the countries they come from have all played in the World Cup, but don't think Burma have ever qualified. Maybe they have all played football for their country!!
If a goalkeeper does it once he can be booked, if he does it twice he can be sent off. Any other player on the pitch can do it as many times as he likes without penalty including the officials?
Is it fair dinkum to give in?
No idea, please tell.
Believe it or not the answer is roll their sleeves up over their elbows, it's for identification purposes at corners, however a lot of keepers nowadays get around this law by cutting the sleeves off.
Traditionally goalkeepers wore green jerseys , now unless i'm mistaken this is the colour of the playing surface and i was just wondering if there's any significance in that?.......