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John Gregory (footballer): Quiz


Question 1: He was part of the QPR side that reached the FA Cup final in 1982 (losing to ________ in a replay) and won promotion to the First Division a year later as Second Division champions.
Arsenal F.C.Tottenham Hotspur F.C.Portsmouth F.C.Manchester United F.C.

Question 2: John Charles Gregory (born 11 May 1954 in ________) is an English former footballer and currently the manager of Israeli club, Maccabi Ahi Nazareth.

Question 3: Villa reached the ________ final in 2000 but lost to Chelsea.
FA Cup2008–09 FA CupFA Cup Semi-finals2009–10 FA Cup

Question 4: This appointment caused a schism among QPR fans, some of whom saw Gregory's friendship with controversial chairman Gianni Paladini as a ________.
Rationalization (sociology)CriminologyConflict of interestIndex of sociology articles

Question 5: He replaced Gary Waddock, who had stepped down following a poor succession of results that had left the club bottom of the ________[2].
Plymouth Argyle F.C.The Football League2009–10 Football League ChampionshipFootball League Championship

Question 6: He helped improve Villa's league form during the final 3 months of the 1997-98 season and they qualified for the ________.
2010 UEFA Europa League FinalAFC Ajax2009–10 UEFA Europa LeagueUEFA Europa League

Question 7: On departing from the ________ club, he moved 300 miles north to play for Third Division Bolton Wanderers, making seven appearances before finally retiring as a player at the age of 36.
Old TraffordSt James' ParkHillsborough StadiumHome Park

Question 8: Shortly afterwards, he linked up as a non-contract player with his former England team-mate ________, who was then manager at Bolton Wanderers.
Bobby GouldPeter ReidJoe MercerPhil Neal

Question 9: As a player, he was a versatile ________ who started his career at Northampton Town and later played for Brighton & Hove Albion, QPR, Derby and Aston Villa.
Formation (association football)Association football positionsMidfielderBrazil national football team


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