the former English international player known as The Guv'nor.
is pictured alongside?
what was described as ‘Britain’s biggest peace-time invasion of
mainland Europe’ which was the host city that saw an estimated 75,000 or
so mainly ticketless Celtic supporters descend on it when they followed
their club to the final of the UEFA Cup against Porto in May 2003.
former Football League ground was so close to the M32 motorway that cars
were often stopped on the hard-shoulder to allow the occupants a free view
of a match?
the former Scottish international footballer with the Christian names of
On a Saturday in September 2011
this club had a 3-1 home League 1 victory over Bournemouth. They then
jetted off to Turin to provide the opposition on Thursday to Juventus in
the first match at that clubs' new ground, drawing 1-1 with the Italian
giants. Two days after that match they were back on their own ground,
beating Walsall 2-1 in another League 1 fixture. Name the club.
ground is pictured alongside
played for 14 clubs (including Doncaster, Crewe and Plymouth) before
becoming assistant manager of Colchester, manager of Norwich and then
manager of his national side. Who?
North of the border, which
Scottish side are known as The Jags who play at the Firhill
did Manchester United beat in the 1999 Champions League Final?