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Emlyn Hughes: Quiz

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Question 1: He made his debut for Blackpool in 1964 and played alongside the likes of ________ and Alan Ball.
Bobby MooreJimmy ArmfieldNorman Hunter (footballer)Bobby Charlton

Question 2: His funeral service took place at ________.
Sheffield CathedralYork MinsterSt Albans CathedralChester Cathedral

Question 3: Alongside Peter Jones again, he was present at the ________ in April 1989.
Hillsborough DisasterHillsborough StadiumAnfieldLiverpool F.C.

Question 4: With his international career seemingly in tatters, Hughes nevertheless remained a solid and successful leader with Liverpool, now under the guidance of ________ following Shankly's retirement.
Bob PaisleyKenny DalglishBill ShanklyLiverpool F.C.

Question 5: Hughes was seen being barely able to control his devastation as he collected his losers' medal, upon which ________ commentator Kenneth Wolstenholme remarked: "Emlyn Hughes there, really absolutely sick."
BBCNorwegian Broadcasting CorporationTG4Raidió Teilifís Éireann

Question 6: Hughes led out England for the first time on the 11 May 1974 in a Home International against Wales in ________, which England won 2-0.
SwanseaNewportCardiffEdinburgh

Question 7: Hughes had six caps by the time Ramsey included him in his provisional squad of 27 which flew to South America for ________-acclimatising friendly games against Colombia and Ecuador.
AltitudeAltimeterSea levelAtmospheric pressure

Question 8: Hughes scored his only international goal against Wales; the opening goal of a 3-0 Home International victory at ________ in 1972.
Cardiff City StadiumNinian ParkCardiff International Sports StadiumMillennium Stadium

Question 9: His versatility was noticed too - he filled in at left back and central defence, a trait which was spotted by England coach ________ in 1969.
Alf RamseyAlan Ball, Jr.Jack CharltonBobby Charlton

Question 10: He was also immortalised in comic strip form as he was signed by ________ in the Roy of the Rovers strip; he also wrote a column for the teenage football magazine Match.
FA CupBob Wilson (footballer)Melchester RoversPremier League







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