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Apparently, only TWO players have played over 100 Premier League games for three separate clubs.
Can you name them?
Gary Speed is one.
(sticking with the 'keeper idea)
Only made 100+ appearances for Chelsea.
I just checked - he played 76 for West Ham and 30 odd for Pompey but alas only >100 for Spurs and ManU
just gonna keep going by the time i stop guessing and press post someone will have googled it
But for Southampton when the league had old Division 1, so no.
Gary Speed and Rory fucking Delap.
are there any big teams in the big leagues who play in tiny towns/villages or the middle of nowhere rather than in big cities?
And you can forgot about stadiums that have been relocated for more space.
team/stadium not big enough.
from that, Lens is the nearest to what I was thinking.
I'm talking about an AC Milan playing in a Runcorn.
Eight players who scored in each of the last three world cups. Name them all please.
It's probably the hardest one as well...
Were they even at this world cup? FM has confused me.
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and what position were they?
I'm going to say they won the champions league
Plymouth Listeni/ˈplɪməθ/ is a city and unitary authority area on the south coast of Devon
Bottom half of Southern Prem?
When West Ham won the World Cup in 1966, where had they finished in the league?
Albania, Estonia, Gabon, Kenya and Venezuela. Name the player from each.
You're wrong, he's from Mali.
Angola, Curacao, Monserrat, Oman, Pakistan.
Ruel Fox is monserrat
Al Habsi is Oman
Zesh Rehman is Pakistan
There are some more countries but I've literally never heard of any of their players.
Smallest player to have graced the Premier League?
That was short.
The irony is that thing that does the robot actually is a robot. The real person, Peter Crouch himself, controls the robot from within the eyeball. He's actually about 3mm tall.
he was about 5ft 3
He's tiny, he looked like a literal child next to Gary Caldwell.
CONVINCED Nigel Martyn was one. He fell 14 games short. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nigel_Martyn