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Marching On Together Trivia Quiz


All of the answers have played for Leeds United. With the help of the photos, how many can you score?

A photo quiz by 480154st. Estimated time: 4 mins.
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Author
480154st
Time
4 mins
Type
Photo Quiz
Quiz #
396,782
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
8 / 10
Plays
206
Last 3 plays: Guest 81 (9/10), Dizart (10/10), Dazzler101 (10/10).
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Question 1 of 10
1. Which Alan played for Leeds United between 1964 and 1967 after moving from Middlesbrough?

Answer: (One Word. Seven Letters)
Question 2 of 10
2. Jamaican midfielder Rodolph played for Leeds United 112 times between 2012 and 2015. What was his surname? Hint


Question 3 of 10
3. In the decade from 1972 to 1982, this Trevor played a total of 477 games for Leeds United and was also team captain between 1976 and 1982. What was his surname?

Answer: (One Word. Six Letters)
Question 4 of 10
4. Nicknamed the "Bulldog", which Danny joined Leeds United in 1999, made 101 league appearances and was forced to leave the club in 2004 due to the financial mess they were in following their relegation from the Premier League? Hint


Question 5 of 10
5. What was the surname of left back Grenville who played his entire professional career at Leeds United between 1948 and 1964?

Answer: (One Word. Four Letters)
Question 6 of 10
6. Which Michael scored 19 league goals in his first season at Leeds United and then failed to find the net once in his next four seasons before being sold to Bolton Wanderers? Hint


Question 7 of 10
7. Which Willie was a Scottish left back who made 204 league appearances for Leeds United between 1960 and 1967? Hint


Question 8 of 10
8. Which Joe was signed by Don Revie from Morton in 1970 and sold to Manchester United just eight years later? Hint


Question 9 of 10
9. This Stuart joined Leeds United in 2015 from Brentford as a winger, but played under Marcelo Bielsa as a right back during the 2018-19 season. What is his surname? Hint


Question 10 of 10
10. Although born in London, this Neil represented Australia at international level, including at the 2008 Olympics. He played for Leeds United between 2008 and 2011, but what is his surname? Hint



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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Which Alan played for Leeds United between 1964 and 1967 after moving from Middlesbrough?

Answer: Peacock

Alan Peacock spent most of his career at Middlesbrough as strike partner for Brian Clough, who would go on to have a very successful managerial career with Nottingham Forest and a not so successful one with Leeds United. Peacock joined Don Revie's Leeds and his goals played a major part in the team winning promotion to the First Division.

Although the picture shows the instantly recognisable Indian peacock, there are two other species of peafowl, the green peafowl, native to the tropical forests of Southeast Asia and the Congo peafowl, found in the Congo basin in central Africa.
2. Jamaican midfielder Rodolph played for Leeds United 112 times between 2012 and 2015. What was his surname?

Answer: Austin

Leeds United manager at the time, Neil Warnock had previously tried to sign Austin when he was manager of Queens Park Rangers but that had fallen through and he had to wait until he was at the helm at Elland Road to do so. The presence of Eirik Bakke at Leeds helped, as Austin had played alongside him for Norwegian club SK Brann.

The Austin 7 automobile was produced between 1922 and 1929 in the UK and was known as the Baby Austin. It was such a successful car that many variants were built under licence, including the very first BMW, the BMW Dixi in 1928.
3. In the decade from 1972 to 1982, this Trevor played a total of 477 games for Leeds United and was also team captain between 1976 and 1982. What was his surname?

Answer: Cherry

Trevor Cherry began his career as a defender with Huddersfield Town, but following his move to Leeds, Don Revie transformed him into a solid midfielder, and the ideal replacement for Jack Charlton. Interestingly, Cherry was part of a double transfer from Huddersfield as his team mate Roy Ellam also made the move, but he failed to make the grade at Leeds and was sold back to Huddersfield after just two seasons in which he played 11 league games.

Cherries were introduced to UK by the Romans in the first century A.D. and then to North America by English colonists in the 1600s.
4. Nicknamed the "Bulldog", which Danny joined Leeds United in 1999, made 101 league appearances and was forced to leave the club in 2004 due to the financial mess they were in following their relegation from the Premier League?

Answer: Mills

Mills was an outstanding right back who managed to displace England regular Gary Neville in the position for the national team. When he left Leeds he joined Manchester City, but spent a large amount of time loaned out to other clubs, before a persistent knee injury forced him to retire in 2009, aged 32.

The picture obviously shows windmills, powered by wind, but other types of mill include watermills, powered by running water; tide mills, powered by the movement of the tide; and tread mills, powered by either human or animal movement.
5. What was the surname of left back Grenville who played his entire professional career at Leeds United between 1948 and 1964?

Answer: Hair

Hair was signed for Leeds as a 17-year-old by manager Major Frank Buckley and went on to play a total of 474 games for the club. Following his retirement, he became manager of Bradford City and was fairly successful before he died of a heart attack during a training session in 1968, aged just 36.

Hair is made mainly of keratin, the same as the mane and hooves of horses and is the second fastest growing tissue in the body after bone marrow.
6. Which Michael scored 19 league goals in his first season at Leeds United and then failed to find the net once in his next four seasons before being sold to Bolton Wanderers?

Answer: Bridges

Bridges was signed as a replacement for Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink by David O'Leary and looked to be proving his worth with 19 goals in just 34 appearances. However he was then struck down with injury after injury, a dislocated ankle, a ruptured Achilles tendon and a knee injury meant that he played just 22 games over the next four seasons and he was released from his contract.

There are many elaborate bridge designs in the world, my personal favourite is the Yongle Bridge in Tianjin, China, which incorporates a 400 feet high, 48 capsule ferris wheel into a six lane highway.
7. Which Willie was a Scottish left back who made 204 league appearances for Leeds United between 1960 and 1967?

Answer: Bell

Bell took over the left back position from Grenville Hair and was a more than capable replacement. He won a Second Division Championship medal in 1964 and was a member of the 1965 Cup Final Team, before moving on to Leicester City in 1967.

There are many famous bells in the world including the Liberty Bell in the USA, Big Ben in the UK, Sigismund in Poland and Maria Gloriosa in Germany. One of the oldest bells in the world is the mozarab bell from the monastery of San Sebastián del Monte in Córdoba, Spain, which according to its inscription was donated in the year 930.
8. Which Joe was signed by Don Revie from Morton in 1970 and sold to Manchester United just eight years later?

Answer: Jordan

Joe Jordan was a true hard man, who epitomised captain Billy Bremner's adage of "side before self", willing to give his all for the team. As a striker, he only scored 35 goals for Leeds in 170 league games, but his tireless selflessness meant he provided countless scoring opportunities for strike partner Peter Lorimer.

Jordan, on the banks of the river of the same name, is well known for being the site of Petra, the Nabatean capital dating to around 300 B.C. and carved out of the pink sandstone cliffs.
9. This Stuart joined Leeds United in 2015 from Brentford as a winger, but played under Marcelo Bielsa as a right back during the 2018-19 season. What is his surname?

Answer: Dallas

Dallas is a Northern Ireland international who played for his country during their historic run in the Euro 2016 championships. He won the Irish League Cup while playing for Crusaders in 2012 and was voted the Players' Player of the Year by his Leeds United team mates in the 2015-16 season.

Dallas is the third most populous city in Texas after Houston and San Antonio and is famous the world over as the site of President Kennedy's assassination in 1963.
10. Although born in London, this Neil represented Australia at international level, including at the 2008 Olympics. He played for Leeds United between 2008 and 2011, but what is his surname?

Answer: Kilkenny

Kilkenny's family emigrated to Australia when he was four years old and after his talent for the game began to show, they moved back to the UK when he was 11 in order to give him the best chance of becoming a professional. After a spell with Arsenal and then Birmingham City, Kilkenny signed for Leeds when they were in League One, and played in the memorable match when they beat Premiership side Manchester United in the F.A. Cup in 2010.

Kilkenny castle in Ireland dates back to 1195 and the Norman occupation. It is one of the most visited tourist attractions in the country and is home to a part of the National Art Gallery.
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