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Question 1: However, Wilkins was still an England regular and he was chosen for the squad which qualified for the 1986 World Cup in ________.
United StatesPhilippinesMexicoNicaragua

Question 2: ________ (3): 1978, 1982, 1983
England and Scotland football rivalryRous CupBritish Home ChampionshipIreland national football team (1882–1950)

Question 3: He spent the next year working mainly as a pundit before joining Millwall as assistant manager to ________ in October 2003.
Glenn HoddleGordon StrachanGeorge Graham (footballer)Dennis Wise

Question 4: Wilkins remained a fixture for England through a successful campaign to qualify for the 1982 World Cup in ________, which England exited at the second group stage.
PortugalDenmarkSpainLuxembourg

Question 5: In his first season they did reasonably well, finishing eighth in the Premier League and reaching the ________ quarter-finals.
FA Cup Semi-finals2008–09 FA CupFA Cup2009–10 FA Cup

Question 6: In February 2009, following Scolari's shock sacking,[2] Wilkins was appointed as Chelsea's caretaker manager for the Fifth round ________ tie with Watford.
FA CupFA Cup Semi-finals2009–10 FA Cup2008–09 FA Cup

Question 7: ________ (1): 1983
2001 FA Charity Shield1998 FA Charity Shield2009 FA Community ShieldFA Community Shield

Question 8: Though Wilkins and his family settled quickly in Italy, it wasn't a successful era for Milan (even though they reached the final of the ________ in 1985).
Coppa Italia 2005–06Coppa Italia 1996–97Coppa Italia 2006–07Coppa Italia

Question 9: In 1983, Wilkins scored in the ________ final for Manchester United to put them 2-1 up against Brighton and Hove Albion.
2009–10 FA CupFA Cup Semi-finalsFA Cup2008–09 FA Cup

Question 10: He remained at QPR until the summer of 1994, when he accepted an offer to become player-coach of Crystal Palace, who had been promoted to the ________ under manager Alan Smith.
Premier LeagueBurnley F.C.Premier League 10 Seasons AwardsWolverhampton Wanderers F.C.







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