Quiz 62 - Managers

Such is the turnover of managers I'm surprised this
is the first time I've got around to setting a Managers quiz.
Well, I've jut down the thousands of potential questions to just 10. Here goes....

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At the end of the 2011/12 season the WBA manager left the Hawthorns to become manager of ......


Who was the player-manager who appeared in the 2004 FA Cup Final?


Pictured alongside is the statue of someone who had an unspectacular playing career but in the 1920s and 1930s was a managerial superstar. Who?


What a Friend pulled up three fences from the end of the 2011 Grand National.  The horse's owner was managing a team who were playing a Premier League match against Fulham on the same day. Who?


He left Bristol Rovers to become manager of QPR and later left QPR to take the hot seat at Plymouth. During his time at Loftus Road he once famously said after an important victory "I couldn't be more chuffed if I were a badger at the start of the mating season". Who?


In 2007 who left the job as manager of Northern Ireland to become boss of Fulham?


Pictured right he managed which League 2 side to two Wembley appearances in an amazing 2012/13 season for the club?

8. Who resigned as England manager after failing to get England to the 1994 World Cup finals?



Which club did Dave Sexton manage in the 1975/76 season when they finished second in the League, just a point behind champions Liverpool?


Name the Scottish manager who tragically died of a heart attack after his country had played Wales in 1985.


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Did You Know.....
Forget the bowling green surface of the Theatre of Dreams one of Manchester United's previous grounds had a surface which was often little more than sand and mud. In one Second Division match in 1895 - when they were still Newton Heath - they beat Walsall 14-0 but the pitch was so bad they were ordered to replay it.
They only won the replayed match 9-0!
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