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Quiz 37 - Fulham 

  A Fulham quiz for you. 

As always I think some are a lot harder than others - but then I guess that is always the case depending whether you know the answers or not! And inevitably if you are not a Fulham fan they will likely to be more difficult than if you support the Cottagers.

But let's not get too complicated - the pass mark is 5 out of 10!

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1.


After his side suffered a 2-0 Premier defeat at Craven Cottage in March 2009 which manager criticised the size of the Fulham away dressing room, saying that it was smaller than his office?


2.

Fulham were involved in an unusual match on Saturday April 8th 2006 - an abandoned Premier League match. In fact it was the first time a League match had been abandoned at which ground?




3.



Which Fulham personality was depicted as a programme seller on the front cover of the 1987/88 season programme?


4.


Fulham started the 2011/12 season with a Europa cup-tie against Runavik. Runavik were from which country?


5.


Craven Cottage hosted the 2011 Women's Champions League final - who won it?

 


6.


Fulham recorded a memorable victory over Aston Villa in the Wembley Play-Off final in May 2018 - who did Fulham beat in the semi's?


 

7.

Fulham signed England international Danny Murphy from which club in August 2007.



8.


Pictured on the right is someone who played over 300 Football League matches for Fulham and later managed the club - who?

9. Who was Fulham's goalkeeper in the 1975 FA Cup Final?

10.


Johnny Haynes was a loyal one-club man with Fulham being his only senior club. He left Fulham in 1970. Fulham didn't qualifying for European competition until 2002 but Haynes once played in a European final. How come?


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Question:
Saturday August 11th 2001 at York City's Bootham Crescent ground which club played their first match in the Football League?

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