Quiz 79 - London Football 

With apologies to those who live outside of the M25 
this quiz is all about clubs in London - and my
added apologies to the supporters of
London clubs who haven't got a question this time around.

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The first match this London club played in the Football League saw them lost 4-7 at home to Crewe and then three days later they drew 5-5 at home to Brentford in the League Cup. Which London club?


In the 1997/98 season who became the first footballer born in Liberia to score a goal in the Premier League?


The Corner Pin pub (pictured) was once the popular match-day haunt of the fans of which club until that club bought it and converted it into a ticket office?


Actor Bradley Walsh spent a couple of years at this club in the 1970s without making the first team while Rod Stewart had - allegedly! - an unsuccessful trial with them. Which club?


The first £1million player in England later had a short period as player-manager of which London club?



Who was the Chelsea player who won the Football Writers Footballer of the Year award in 2005?


Fulham v Bristol Rovers, Division 2, Saturday 4th September 1976. The attendance was 21,127, which was over double the previous League match at Craven Cottage, to see which player make his debut for Fulham (he scored the only goal of the game)?

8. What was Leyton Orient's club name before the Second World War?


Which London club only ever played in the UEFA Cup for one round when they were eliminated by Ferencvaros of Hungary?


A substitute appearance by Jake Nicholson saw his club docked three points by the Football League when it was later discovered that he was not registered with his club to play in that match. Which London club suffered that points deduction?

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