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John Wark: Quiz


Question 1: [103] In 2007, the ________ polled fans of all Football League clubs, as to "their No 1 player" as part of the "centenary celebrations of the players' union"; Wark was the choice of Ipswich fans.
Football League 100 LegendsPremier League 10 Seasons AwardsProfessional Footballers' AssociationPFA Team of the Year

Question 2: "He took my ________, looked at the reading and muttered 'that's fine'.
Circulatory systemVasodilationBlood pressureRenin-angiotensin system

Question 3: A versatile player, Wark played most of his professional games as a midfielder, although he sometimes played as a ________ and on occasion as a striker.
Italy national football teamBobby CharltonAssociation football positionsBrazil national football team

Question 4: However, Ipswich did win the club's only European trophy[31] when they lifted the ________ in 1981.
2009–10 UEFA Europa LeagueUEFA Europa LeagueAFC Ajax2010 UEFA Europa League Final

Question 5: [1] He was the club's equal top-scorer in the 1988–89 season, sharing the achievement with forwards Dalian Atkinson and ________.
Jason DozzellIpswich Town F.C.John WarkWest Ham United F.C.

Question 6: Following three seasons of mid-table finishes,[nb 3] manager John Duncan was sacked and replaced by ________.
West Ham United F.C.Bobby RobsonIpswich Town F.C.John Lyall

Question 7: [38] He signed for Liverpool for £450,000 on 10 March 1984, seen as one of three replacements for ________, who was leaving to play for Sampdoria in Italy that summer.
Graeme SounessGordon StrachanKenny DalglishTomislav Ivić

Question 8: [46] Liverpool qualified for the 1985 European Cup Final but the match was overshadowed by the ________, a tragedy Wark remembers as "a nightmare memory".
Saint-Gilles, BelgiumSaint-Josse-ten-NoodeHeysel Stadium DisasterBrussels

Question 9: [1] Wark's season included three ________, one each in the League, the FA Cup and the European Cup.
Boundary (cricket)Century (cricket)Hat-trickWide

Question 10: 1986–87 ________
2008–09 Football League Cup2009–10 Football League CupFootball League Cup2006–07 Football League Cup


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