Quiz 57 - Scottish Football - Answers

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Ten out of ten and you are a mastermind.
Five out of ten is the pass mark.
Nil or one - you are definitely English!



In August 2010 who moved from Celtic to Moscow Spartak for a reported £9.5m transfer fee, at that time a record fee for a player bought from a Scottish club?
Aiden McGeady


In the 1962/83 European Cup which club knocked out Cologne, Sporting Lisbon and Anderlecht before being beaten by eventual cup winners AC Milan in the semi-finals?


Which ground is pictured right?
(2013 photo)
Victoria Park, Ross County FC


Back in the 1937/38 season which club scored an amazing 142 goals in 34 Scottish League Second Division matches?
Raith Rovers


In the Scottish League 2 play-off final at the end of the 2018/19 season which club beat Berwick Rangers and so replaced the English side in the Scottish League in 2019/20?
Cove Rangers



Name the Englishman who won the PFA Scotland Players' Player of the Year award for 2012/13 while a Motherwell player.
Michael Higdon


In Queen of the South's programme for the visit of Kilnockie in August 1999 three pages were devoted to a biography of Kilnockie's world-famous manager. Who was he?

Gordon McLeod, better known as actor Robert Duvall, the match being part of the filming for 'A Shot at Glory' which also starred Ally McCoist.

8. In 1986 who became the first player to win his 100th Scottish cap?
Kenny Dalglish


They started off life as Ferranti Thistle and are currently Livingston. What was their name between the two?
Meadowbank Thistle


Name the Scottish referee who officiated at the 1998 and 2002 World Cup finals, being the fourth official at the 2002 final.
Hugh Dallas


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No League club could do it until the 1981/82 season but York City were the first to do it - in 1983/84. Fulham were the first club to do it twice while a Premier League club didn't manage it until 2017/18. What?

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