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quiz questions from the football quiz win over D&R FC30/03

edited March 2009 in General Charlton
The Charlton quiz team had a good win over Dagenham and Redbridge last night 58 - 40
One of the questions was:

Name the 12 teams to have appeared in the FA Cup final but have never won.

Comments

  • palace and millwall

    That's palace and millwall.
  • very good, first ones we got :)
  • Brighton

    Fulham

    Watford

    Luton

    QPR

    Queens Park

    Birmingham????
  • Leicester
    Middlesboro
  • all correct so far,
    one to go
  • Barnsley?
  • No, can't think of it.

    Must have been "back in the day" as the youth say ie pre-WWI
  • Barnsley.... No
  • palace
    millwall
    Brighton
    Fulham
    Watford
    Luton
    QPR
    Queens Park
    Birmingham
    Leicester
    Middlesboro

    And..............
  • Bristol City???
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  • Bristol City - Correct

    they lost to Man U in 1909.

    full list
    palace
    millwall
    Brighton
    Fulham
    Watford
    Luton
    QPR
    Queens Park
    Birmingham
    Leicester
    Middlesboro
    Bristol City
  • which two teams were involved in the match with the lowest attendance in the the top four divisions (prem, championship, league 1, league 2)last season?
  • times up!

    IT was Accrington Stanley V Brentford (attendance 1149)
  • [cite]Posted By: Alex Wright[/cite]times up!

    IT was Accrington Stanley V Brentford (attendance 1149)

    I bet Brentford took more away than we would have (copyright Mr O A Mortimer 1972)
  • [quote][cite]Posted By: Alex Wright[/cite]times up!

    IT was Accrington Stanley V Brentford (attendance 1149)[/quote]

    I beleieve this was a replayed match on a Tuesday night. I went up for the original Saturday fixture, taking in the Manchester Winter Ale Fest. The match was rained off (boy does it chuck it down up there) and spent the afternoon instead in the Stalybridge Station Buffet, later visited by Oz Clarke & James May on telly. Excellent boozer.
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