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The lowdown
4 rounds
Warm-up (written, 6 ques.)
Infinite pounce (15 ques.)
Differential (written, 6 ques.)
Infinite pounce...
Round I
6 questions
Write and exchange sheets at the end
+5 for each correct
Extra +10 if all 6 correct
1. Who is the dancing man?
2. Whose face has been blanked out? What “vile
sympathetic views” does he share?
3. Id.
4. Who is Squires likening to Keyser Soze?
5. Id.
6. Put funda
Exchange sheets
1. Who is the dancing man?
Answer…
2. Whose face has been blanked out? What “vile
sympathetic views” does he share?
Answer…
3. Id.
Answer…
4. Who is Squires likening to Keyser Soze?
Answer…
5. Id.
Answer…
6. Put funda
Answer…
Round II
15 questions
+10 for each correct
No negative on the bounce
-10 for incorrect on the pounce
Clockwise
1. During a 2014 Europa League fixture, Stjarnan took
22 fans to Fir Park (where something was seen
probably for the first...
Answer…
2. The idea of Total Football wasn’t uniquely Dutch.
The Austrian Wunderteam of the 1930s played with a
similar ethic. How...
Answer…
Willy Meisl, younger brother
of Hugo – the manager of
the Austrian Wunderteam.
3. Which 2014 managerial debutante became the first
individual to complete the mandatory qualification for
Premier League ...
Answer…
4. Bulgaria finished fourth at
the 1994 World Cup, but they
wouldn’t have been in the US
without the heroics of this man.
...
Answer…
Emil Kostadinov; “The worst defeat of my life” – Eric Cantona
5. Conceived by Real Sociedad’s
Josean de la Hoz Uranga, what act
of defiance – and an iconic image
as a consequence – res...
Answer…
On Sept. 5, 1976 – almost a
year since the death of General
Franco – the national ban on
regional symbols like language
an...
6. William McCrum played
as a goalkeeper for Milford
Everton. He proposed an
idea in 1890 and it
eventually became part of...
Answer…
7. What connects this esoteric bunch?
Answer…
Bjorge Lillelien’s memorable commentary in the
aftermath of Norway’s 2-1 win over England in an ‘82
World Cup qualifier:
"...
8. In Spanish football terminology what are “los
maletines”?
Answer…
It translates to briefcases
and refers to clandestine
payments made to the
opposition of a rival to fire
them up, typicall...
9. He shares the record of most
European Cup/Champions
League final appearances
(eight) with Paolo Maldini, but
no one has...
Answer…
Francisco Gento
10. When Gonzalo Higuain signed for
Juve the enraged Napoli fans placed a
sign reading “Core ‘ngrato”
(ungrateful heart) o...
Answer…
Jose Altafini
11. He is a distant relative of the founder of JCB –
the heavy equipment manufacturer – and had an
unconditional scholarsh...
Answer…
Patrick Bamford
12. Between 25th August and 9th September 1984
what first happened in erstwhile Madras – by the
efforts of the state chief...
Answer…
Dr. Jayalalithaa Gold Cup; only women’s
international football tournament held in India
13. “China are certainly looking to develop their
football, looking at their signings and their
recruitment.
“There is no ...
Answer…
14. Name this Estudiantes
legend who had a knack of
scoring important goals.
Among his famous strikes
were three goals in ...
Answer…
Juan Ramón Verón
Answer…
15. Why was this 19-year-old Gambia international
named Fatim Jawara in news last year?
Answer…
She drowned in the Mediterranean Sea while trying to
cross into mainland Europe
Round III
6 questions, written
2n+5 per question
(n= no. of teams that don’t answer)
1. Regarded by many as one of
the most underrated German
defenders, this guy was
deployed as a sweeper by
Helmut Schon.
Hi...
2. “Di Stefano’s shirt is still the most prized
possession I have from football. I held onto it tight!
When the fans lifte...
3. Livorno’s home stadium is named after their
home-grown legendary centre-back who would go
on to captain "La Grande Inte...
4.Held for the first time in 1927,
this was one of the first
tournaments that could be called
an early precursor to the ev...
5. This man did what
every Brazilian
probably dreams of,
but his day still ended
in tears.
What did he do?
6. He earned 47 caps for the West Germany national
team and his only strike helped them take the
“Game of the Century” – t...
Exchange sheets
1. Regarded by many as one of
the most underrated German
defenders, this guy was
deployed as a sweeper by
Helmut Schon.
Hi...
Answer…
Willi Schulz
2. “Di Stefano’s shirt is still the most prized
possession I have from football. I held onto it tight!
When the fans lifte...
Answer…
Eusebio
3. Livorno’s home stadium is named after their
home-grown legendary centre-back who would go
on to captain "La Grande Inte...
Answer…
Stadio Armando Picchi
4.Held for the first time in 1927,
this was one of the first
tournaments that could be called
an early precursor to the ev...
Answer…
5. This man did what
every man in his
country probably
dreams of, but his day
still ended in tears.
What did he do?
Answer…
Friaca, scored the opening goal in the ‘50 WC final
6. He earned 47 caps for the West Germany national
team and his only strike helped them take the
“Game of the Century” – t...
Answer…
Karl-Heinz Schnellinger
Round IV
15 questions
+10 for each correct
No negative on the bounce
-10 for incorrect on the pounce
Anticlockwise
1. Douglas Ross, Scottish
Conservative Party’s
justice spokesman and
his absence at a justice
committee meeting in the
Sco...
Answer…
He was an assistant referee at Sporting CP v. Real
Madrid in the Champions League
2. The parents of a certain
footballer were so
enamoured with Eddie
Murphy’s portrayal of the
character _____ Foley in the...
Answer…
3. In the 1970s, he served as the in-house psychiatrist
at his city’s multi-ethnic football team and later played
the same...
Answer…
Radovan Karadzic
4. The destination of the 1993/94 La Liga title boiled
down to the last round of matches with Miroslav
Dukic’s team needin...
Answer…
Deportivo La Coruna
5. How was Paolo Rossi’s transfer from Juventus to
Vincenza in the summer of 1976 unique (and unlikely
to be ever repeated...
Answer…
Vicenza, then in second division, paid £1.75m for Rossi,
which was, at the time, not only an Italian transfer
record but a...
6. This World Cup winner still
remains the highest
goalscorer for Cruzeiro with
his tally of 249 strikes.
After retiring a...
Answer…
Tostao
7. With his Champions League debut against Sevilla in
November last year, what landmark did Moise Kean achieve?
Answer…
First footballer born in this millennium to appear in
the Champions League.
8. He spent almost the entirety of
his playing career with Dukla
Prague, owing to the rules on
player movement imposed by ...
Answer…
Josef Masopust
9. This locality in Bangalore is officially named after
the German missionary Rev. Ferdinand Kittel, but it
continues to b...
Answer…
Austin Town
10. The 1974 European Cup
appeared to be on its way to
the Vicente Calderon after this
man put his team 1-0 ahead
with a 1...
Answer…
Luis Aragones
11. Long before Chelsea-Vitesse partnership, Arsenal
had a similar feeder club in Belgium. The club had
numerous Ivory Coa...
Answer…
12. Celtic supporters have time and again shown their
support for the Palestinian cause and recently when
they were to fac...
Answer…
Hapoel Be’er Sheva
Answer…
13. There were probably other reasons behind it, but
his comments leading to his team’s last game of the
2015/16 season di...
Answer…
Villarreal boss Marcelino was sacked before the start of
the ongoing season
14. North Korea were one of the revelations at the
1966 World Cup. And they probably had the easiest
qualifying campaign o...
Answer…
It was supposed to be a combined qualification
campaign between Africa, Asia and Oceania but Africa
boycotted the WC due t...
15. Willem ‘the Cannon’
Hesselink was one of the
founders of Vitesse Arnhem.
He went on to be regarded
as the first star p...
Answer…
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  1. 1. The lowdown 4 rounds Warm-up (written, 6 ques.) Infinite pounce (15 ques.) Differential (written, 6 ques.) Infinite pounce (15 ques.)
  2. 2. Round I 6 questions Write and exchange sheets at the end +5 for each correct Extra +10 if all 6 correct
  3. 3. 1. Who is the dancing man?
  4. 4. 2. Whose face has been blanked out? What “vile sympathetic views” does he share?
  5. 5. 3. Id.
  6. 6. 4. Who is Squires likening to Keyser Soze?
  7. 7. 5. Id.
  8. 8. 6. Put funda
  9. 9. Exchange sheets
  10. 10. 1. Who is the dancing man?
  11. 11. Answer…
  12. 12. 2. Whose face has been blanked out? What “vile sympathetic views” does he share?
  13. 13. Answer…
  14. 14. 3. Id.
  15. 15. Answer…
  16. 16. 4. Who is Squires likening to Keyser Soze?
  17. 17. Answer…
  18. 18. 5. Id.
  19. 19. Answer…
  20. 20. 6. Put funda
  21. 21. Answer…
  22. 22. Round II 15 questions +10 for each correct No negative on the bounce -10 for incorrect on the pounce Clockwise
  23. 23. 1. During a 2014 Europa League fixture, Stjarnan took 22 fans to Fir Park (where something was seen probably for the first time by the Stjarnan supporters), and Motherwell had “three or four hundred” at the second leg, according to Dave Wardrope the representative of Motherwell fans. What is this an attempt to ascertain?
  24. 24. Answer…
  25. 25. 2. The idea of Total Football wasn’t uniquely Dutch. The Austrian Wunderteam of the 1930s played with a similar ethic. However, their style came to be known as “the Whirl”, coined by a journalist, who wrote: “We must free our soccer youth from the shackles of playing to order, along rails as it were. We must give them ideas and encourage them to develop their own.” Name the journo who also won a solitary cap for the Austrian national team.
  26. 26. Answer…
  27. 27. Willy Meisl, younger brother of Hugo – the manager of the Austrian Wunderteam.
  28. 28. 3. Which 2014 managerial debutante became the first individual to complete the mandatory qualification for Premier League and Champions League managers while still playing?
  29. 29. Answer…
  30. 30. 4. Bulgaria finished fourth at the 1994 World Cup, but they wouldn’t have been in the US without the heroics of this man. With the last qualifying game against France at tied 1-1, Bulgaria were going out. But he scored his second in the 90th minute to see his team through. Name him.
  31. 31. Answer…
  32. 32. Emil Kostadinov; “The worst defeat of my life” – Eric Cantona
  33. 33. 5. Conceived by Real Sociedad’s Josean de la Hoz Uranga, what act of defiance – and an iconic image as a consequence – resulted on 5th September 1976?
  34. 34. Answer…
  35. 35. On Sept. 5, 1976 – almost a year since the death of General Franco – the national ban on regional symbols like language and flags still remain in place. As a symbol of Basque unity, the team captains Inaxio Kortabarria and Jose Angel Iribar jointly carried the Ikurrina – the outlawed flag of the Basque country – before their league game.
  36. 36. 6. William McCrum played as a goalkeeper for Milford Everton. He proposed an idea in 1890 and it eventually became part of the game on June 2, 1891. What was his idea?
  37. 37. Answer…
  38. 38. 7. What connects this esoteric bunch?
  39. 39. Answer…
  40. 40. Bjorge Lillelien’s memorable commentary in the aftermath of Norway’s 2-1 win over England in an ‘82 World Cup qualifier: "Lord Nelson, Lord Beaverbrook, Sir Winston Churchill, Sir Anthony Eden, Clement Attlee, Henry Cooper, Lady Diana, vi har slått dem alle sammen, vi har slått dem alle sammen! (we have beaten them all, we have beaten them all!). Maggie Thatcher, can you hear me? Maggie Thatcher ... your boys took a hell of a beating! Your boys took a hell of a beating!”
  41. 41. 8. In Spanish football terminology what are “los maletines”?
  42. 42. Answer…
  43. 43. It translates to briefcases and refers to clandestine payments made to the opposition of a rival to fire them up, typically, on the last day of the season. The rationale is, “If you’re paying them to win there’s nothing wrong with it”.
  44. 44. 9. He shares the record of most European Cup/Champions League final appearances (eight) with Paolo Maldini, but no one has won more than him (six). Who?
  45. 45. Answer…
  46. 46. Francisco Gento
  47. 47. 10. When Gonzalo Higuain signed for Juve the enraged Napoli fans placed a sign reading “Core ‘ngrato” (ungrateful heart) over his statuette at a famed shop window. The words are part of a classic Neapolitan song by Enrico Caruso, and were written on a banner at the San Paolo when another South American made a switch to Turin in 1975. Who was the original “core ‘ngrato”?
  48. 48. Answer…
  49. 49. Jose Altafini
  50. 50. 11. He is a distant relative of the founder of JCB – the heavy equipment manufacturer – and had an unconditional scholarship from Harvard University but chose to pursue football. One of the Chelsea’s army of loanees, he was instrumental in Middleborough's ultimately failed bid for promotion in the 2014/15 season. Who?
  51. 51. Answer…
  52. 52. Patrick Bamford
  53. 53. 12. Between 25th August and 9th September 1984 what first happened in erstwhile Madras – by the efforts of the state chief minister – that hasn’t been repeated since?
  54. 54. Answer…
  55. 55. Dr. Jayalalithaa Gold Cup; only women’s international football tournament held in India
  56. 56. 13. “China are certainly looking to develop their football, looking at their signings and their recruitment. “There is no offer on the table but if they made an offer it would be under consideration. But at the moment I still enjoy working for…” Who is addressing the China rumours?
  57. 57. Answer…
  58. 58. 14. Name this Estudiantes legend who had a knack of scoring important goals. Among his famous strikes were three goals in the 1968 Copa Libertadores final against Palmeiras and the decider in the Intercontinental Cup final against Manchester United the same year.
  59. 59. Answer…
  60. 60. Juan Ramón Verón
  61. 61. Answer…
  62. 62. 15. Why was this 19-year-old Gambia international named Fatim Jawara in news last year?
  63. 63. Answer…
  64. 64. She drowned in the Mediterranean Sea while trying to cross into mainland Europe
  65. 65. Round III 6 questions, written 2n+5 per question (n= no. of teams that don’t answer)
  66. 66. 1. Regarded by many as one of the most underrated German defenders, this guy was deployed as a sweeper by Helmut Schon. His presence in the national team meant that a young Franz Beckebauer had to play in midfield, and he moved only in central defence only after the retirement of the incumbent. Id.
  67. 67. 2. “Di Stefano’s shirt is still the most prized possession I have from football. I held onto it tight! When the fans lifted me into the air, I had one hand waving at everyone and the other was squeezing the shirt very tight. In my innocence, the most important thing for me was to have my idol’s shirt.” Who is this after the 1962 European Cup final?
  68. 68. 3. Livorno’s home stadium is named after their home-grown legendary centre-back who would go on to captain "La Grande Inter". What is it called?
  69. 69. 4.Held for the first time in 1927, this was one of the first tournaments that could be called an early precursor to the eventual Champions League. Name the tournament that had its last edition in 1992, and a Hungarian club named Vasas won it a record six times.
  70. 70. 5. This man did what every Brazilian probably dreams of, but his day still ended in tears. What did he do?
  71. 71. 6. He earned 47 caps for the West Germany national team and his only strike helped them take the “Game of the Century” – the semi-final of the 1970 World Cup against Italy – into extra time. The Italians eventually went on to win 4-3. He was playing for Milan at the time and, one of his furious team-mates reportedly told him that he would never return to Italy. However, he stayed at the San Siro until 1974 and never scored a league goal in almost a decade long stint. Who?
  72. 72. Exchange sheets
  73. 73. 1. Regarded by many as one of the most underrated German defenders, this guy was deployed as a sweeper by Helmut Schon. His presence in the national team meant that a young Franz Beckebauer had to play in midfield, and he moved only in central defence only after the retirement of the incumbent. Id.
  74. 74. Answer…
  75. 75. Willi Schulz
  76. 76. 2. “Di Stefano’s shirt is still the most prized possession I have from football. I held onto it tight! When the fans lifted me into the air, I had one hand waving at everyone and the other was squeezing the shirt very tight. In my innocence, the most important thing for me was to have my idol’s shirt.” Who is this after the 1962 European Cup final?
  77. 77. Answer…
  78. 78. Eusebio
  79. 79. 3. Livorno’s home stadium is named after their home-grown legendary centre-back who would go on to captain "La Grande Inter". What is it called?
  80. 80. Answer…
  81. 81. Stadio Armando Picchi
  82. 82. 4.Held for the first time in 1927, this was one of the first tournaments that could be called an early precursor to the eventual Champions League. Name the tournament that had its last edition in 1992, and a Hungarian club named Vasas won it a record six times.
  83. 83. Answer…
  84. 84. 5. This man did what every man in his country probably dreams of, but his day still ended in tears. What did he do?
  85. 85. Answer…
  86. 86. Friaca, scored the opening goal in the ‘50 WC final
  87. 87. 6. He earned 47 caps for the West Germany national team and his only strike helped them take the “Game of the Century” – the semi-final of the 1970 World Cup against Italy – into extra time. The Italians eventually went on to win 4-3. He was playing for Milan at the time and, one of his furious team-mates reportedly told him that he would never return to Italy. However, he stayed at the San Siro until 1974 and never scored a league goal in almost a decade long stint. Who?
  88. 88. Answer…
  89. 89. Karl-Heinz Schnellinger
  90. 90. Round IV 15 questions +10 for each correct No negative on the bounce -10 for incorrect on the pounce Anticlockwise
  91. 91. 1. Douglas Ross, Scottish Conservative Party’s justice spokesman and his absence at a justice committee meeting in the Scottish Parliament in November led to much criticism. Why did he miss the meeting?
  92. 92. Answer…
  93. 93. He was an assistant referee at Sporting CP v. Real Madrid in the Champions League
  94. 94. 2. The parents of a certain footballer were so enamoured with Eddie Murphy’s portrayal of the character _____ Foley in the Beverly Hills Cop series that they decided to name their son after him. Who is their son who has now been lured away by the dark forces of the Far East?
  95. 95. Answer…
  96. 96. 3. In the 1970s, he served as the in-house psychiatrist at his city’s multi-ethnic football team and later played the same role at Red Star Belgrade. One of his methods was playing tape music to his players in darkened rooms and asking them to imagine bumblebees flying from one flower to another. He also worked on a joint project with a Belgrade sexologist aimed at rejuvenating the sperm of infertile men. Who be he?
  97. 97. Answer…
  98. 98. Radovan Karadzic
  99. 99. 4. The destination of the 1993/94 La Liga title boiled down to the last round of matches with Miroslav Dukic’s team needing a win to win their first title. With the match tied at 0-0, Dukic’s team got a penalty in the game’s last minute. The designated taker, Donato, had been subbed and Bebeto refused to take it leaving Dukic to do the honors. But his feeble shot was easily saved, making Barcelona the champions. Name the team that eventually won in 2000.
  100. 100. Answer…
  101. 101. Deportivo La Coruna
  102. 102. 5. How was Paolo Rossi’s transfer from Juventus to Vincenza in the summer of 1976 unique (and unlikely to be ever repeated)?
  103. 103. Answer…
  104. 104. Vicenza, then in second division, paid £1.75m for Rossi, which was, at the time, not only an Italian transfer record but a world transfer record.
  105. 105. 6. This World Cup winner still remains the highest goalscorer for Cruzeiro with his tally of 249 strikes. After retiring at just 27, he qualified as a doctor and became a university professor. He subsequently returned to the game as a journalist and became a renowned football writer. Id.
  106. 106. Answer…
  107. 107. Tostao
  108. 108. 7. With his Champions League debut against Sevilla in November last year, what landmark did Moise Kean achieve?
  109. 109. Answer…
  110. 110. First footballer born in this millennium to appear in the Champions League.
  111. 111. 8. He spent almost the entirety of his playing career with Dukla Prague, owing to the rules on player movement imposed by the regime in Czechoslovakia. The gifted playmaker, whose slaloming runs delighted the crowds was named the country’s greatest footballer in 2004. Name the man who led his country to the final of the ‘62 World Cup.
  112. 112. Answer…
  113. 113. Josef Masopust
  114. 114. 9. This locality in Bangalore is officially named after the German missionary Rev. Ferdinand Kittel, but it continues to be known by its previous name. From S Raman – the scorer of India ’s first intl. goal – to other stalwarts like T Shanmugam, PK Nandan, and Carlton Chapman, many talented players have emerged from the region. What’s it called?
  115. 115. Answer…
  116. 116. Austin Town
  117. 117. 10. The 1974 European Cup appeared to be on its way to the Vicente Calderon after this man put his team 1-0 ahead with a 114th minute free-kick, but a goal from Hans-Georg Schwarzenbeck in the last minute of extra time meant a replay two days later. Bayern Munich won 4-0. Name this Atletico legend.
  118. 118. Answer…
  119. 119. Luis Aragones
  120. 120. 11. Long before Chelsea-Vitesse partnership, Arsenal had a similar feeder club in Belgium. The club had numerous Ivory Coast players on their books and loan deals between the two clubs were a fairly regular affair. Only Emmanuel Eboue made a permanent move to the Gunners. However, suspected dealings by some unknown parties to acquire the Belgian outfit led to a FIFA-initiated investigation; and the agreement between the two clubs expired in 2006. Name the club that dissolved in 2010.
  121. 121. Answer…
  122. 122. 12. Celtic supporters have time and again shown their support for the Palestinian cause and recently when they were to face an Israeli outfit in Europe, they went ahead with their plan to unfurl the Palestine flag. Going a step further they raised funds in excess of £130,000 and donated it to Palestinian charities. Which team were they playing?
  123. 123. Answer…
  124. 124. Hapoel Be’er Sheva
  125. 125. Answer…
  126. 126. 13. There were probably other reasons behind it, but his comments leading to his team’s last game of the 2015/16 season didn’t help his case. After all, the opponents were his local team, where he had played, managed, and supports. After the match – which his team lost – his wife had posted: “I leave Asturias, job done. We leave you in primera.” What’s the funda?
  127. 127. Answer…
  128. 128. Villarreal boss Marcelino was sacked before the start of the ongoing season
  129. 129. 14. North Korea were one of the revelations at the 1966 World Cup. And they probably had the easiest qualifying campaign of any team for a World Cup. How did their qualification come about?
  130. 130. Answer…
  131. 131. It was supposed to be a combined qualification campaign between Africa, Asia and Oceania but Africa boycotted the WC due to the egregious format. And subsequent withdrawals in Asia left North Korea and Australia to contest two rounds of fixtures in Cambodia. North Korea won 9-2 on aggregate.
  132. 132. 15. Willem ‘the Cannon’ Hesselink was one of the founders of Vitesse Arnhem. He went on to be regarded as the first star player at a European giant where he became one of only two men to play, manage as well as preside over the club. Which club and who is the other man?
  133. 133. Answer…

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