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Quiz about Stop Raiding Our Club
Quiz about Stop Raiding Our Club

Stop Raiding Our Club Trivia Quiz


Soccer teams invest a lot of time and money trying to attract the best players. Some even raid the same club time and again. I'll give you the name of a club and three players. Can you guess which team they all transferred to?

A matching quiz by MickeyDGod. Estimated time: 4 mins.
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Author
MickeyDGod
Time
4 mins
Type
Match Quiz
Quiz #
396,287
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
7 / 10
Plays
108
Mobile instructions: Press on an answer on the right. Then, press on the gray box it matches on the left.
(a) Drag-and-drop from the right to the left, or (b) click on a right side answer box and then on a left side box to move it.
QuestionsChoices
1. Tottenham Hotspur: Teddy Sheringham, Michael Carrick, Dimitar Berbatov  
Real Madrid
2. Arsenal: Emmanuel Adebayor, Gael Clichy, Samir Nasri  
Manchester City
3. Southampton: Theo Walcott, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Calum Chambers  
Chelsea
4. Liverpool: Javier Mascherano, Luis Suarez, Philippe Coutinho  
Arsenal
5. Juventus: Zinedine Zidane, Fabio Cannavaro, Alvaro Morata  
Manchester United
6. Real Madrid: Alvaro Morata, Sami Khedira, Cristiano Ronaldo  
Barcelona
7. AC Milan: Ray Wilkins, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Thiago Silva  
Juventus
8. Ajax: Marco Van Basten, Edgar Davids, Patrick Kluivert  
Bayern Munich
9. Bayern Munich: Erland Johnsen, Michael Ballack, Claudio Pizarro  
Paris Saint-Germain
10. Bayer Leverkusen: Robert Kovac, Michael Ballack, Ze Roberto  
AC Milan






Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Tottenham Hotspur: Teddy Sheringham, Michael Carrick, Dimitar Berbatov

Answer: Manchester United

Teddy Sheringham started his career at Millwall before moving to Nottingham Forest and the Spurs in 1992. He joined Manchester United in 1997 and helped them to win three league titles, the FA Cup and the European Cup in 1999. He returned to Tottenham in 2001.

Michael Carrick started off at West Ham before moving to Tottenham in 2004. He transferred to Manchester United in 2006 where he helped them to win five Premier League titles, an FA Cup, a European Cup and Europa League title. He retired from playing in 2018 and joined the United coaching team.

Dimitar Berbatov was part of the Bayer Leverkusen team which reached the European Cup final in 2002. He joined Spurs in 2006 before moving onto Manchester United in 2008, where he spent four years, helping them to win two league titles, before moving to Fulham in 2012.
2. Arsenal: Emmanuel Adebayor, Gael Clichy, Samir Nasri

Answer: Manchester City

Togo International Emmanuel Adebayor started his career in France with Metz, before moving onto Monaco and then signing for Arsenal in 2006. He joined Manchester City in 2009, but despite scoring 15 goals in 34 league games he was allowed to go to Real Madrid on loan in January 2011 before joining Tottenham Hotspur later that year.

French defender Gael Clichy started his career at Cannes before moving to Arsenal in 2003. He was part of the "Invincibles" squad which went through the 2003-04 league season unbeaten. At the age of 18 years and 10 months, he was the youngest player at the time to win a Premier League medal. He joined Manchester City in 2011 where he won two more Premier League titles, before moving to Turkish side Istanbul Besaksehir in 2017.

French midfielder Samir Nasri started his career with Marseille before moving to Arsenal in 2008. He spent three years at the club before moving on to Manchester City. He left the club in 2017, having spent his final season on loan at Sevilla.
3. Southampton: Theo Walcott, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Calum Chambers

Answer: Arsenal

Theo Walcott had played only 21 games for Southampton before joining Arsenal in January 2006, two months short of his 17th birthday. Despite not playing for Arsenal that season, he was called up to the England World Cup squad in the summer of 2006. Walcott would go on to score 65 goals in 270 games for Arsenal before moving to Everton in 2018. Although Walcott preferred to play as a striker, he was used mostly as a winger during his time at Arsenal.

England winger Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain signed moved from Southampton to Arsenal in August 2011, just days before his 18th birthday. He spent six years at the club before moving to Liverpool in 2017. England defender Calum Chambers was yet another product of the Southampton youth academy. He moved to Arsenal in 2014 at the age of 19.
4. Liverpool: Javier Mascherano, Luis Suarez, Philippe Coutinho

Answer: Barcelona

Argentina centre back Javier Mascherano. He started his career with River Plate. After spells with Corinthians and West Ham United, he joined Liverpool in 2007, where he spent three years. He moved to Barcelona in 2010, where he won five league titles and two UEFA Champions League titles. He left the club in 2018 and spent a season in China, before returning to his native Argentina to play for Estudiantes.

Controversial Uruguay striker Luis Suarez joined Liverpool in 2011 after spells with Nacional (Uruguay), and Dutch sides Groningen and Ajax. Following accusations of racism directed towards a fellow player and being found guilty of biting opponents, Suarez was transferred to Barcelona in 2014. He helped the Spanish club win the UEFA Champions League in his first season at the club, forming a ruthless attacking front line with Argentina's Lionel Messi and Brazilian Neymar.

Philippe Coutinho joined Liverpool from Inter Milan in 2013. Barcelona initially came calling for the Brazilian attacking midfielder in August 2017, but Liverpool rejected the move. Coutinho handed in a transfer request by email, and eventually got his move in January 2018. After a season and a half, he moved to Bayern Munich in 2019.
5. Juventus: Zinedine Zidane, Fabio Cannavaro, Alvaro Morata

Answer: Real Madrid

French playmaker Zinedine Zidane was widely regarded as one of the best players of his generation. He joined Juventus in 1996 from Bordeaux, and helped them to reach two UEFA Champions League finals, although they lost on both occasions. His transfer to Real Madrid in 2001 made him the most expensive player at that time. He helped his new club to the Champions League final in his first season, this time winning the competition. He also won the World Cup and European Championship with France. Zidane went on to manage Real Madrid, guiding them to three consecutive Champions League trophies in 2016, 2017 and 2018.

Italian defender Fabio Cannavaro had spells at Napoli, Parma and Inter Milan before joining Juventus in 2004. After captaining Italy to World Cup victory in 2006 and being named FIFA World Player of the Year the same year, Cannavaro made the switch to Real Madrid. After three seasons with Madrid, he returned to Juventus before finishing his career with UAE side Al-Ahli.

Spanish striker Alvaro Morata started his senior career at Real Madrid before moving to Juventus in 2014. He scored against his old clubs in both legs of the 2014-15 Champions League semi-final as he helped Juventus win the tie. He returned to Madrid in 2016 when they chose to exercise their buy-back clause. He joined Chelsea in 2017 before returning to Spain in January 2019 with a move to Atletico Madrid.
6. Real Madrid: Alvaro Morata, Sami Khedira, Cristiano Ronaldo

Answer: Juventus

Spanish striker Alvaro Morata started his senior career at Real Madrid before moving to Juventus in 2014. He scored against his old clubs in both legs of the 2014-15 Champions League semi-final as he helped Juventus win the tie. He returned to Madrid in 2016 when they chose to exercise their buy-back clause. He joined Chelsea in 2017 before returning to Spain in January 2019 with a move to Atletico Madrid.

German midfielder Sami Khedira started his career with VfB Stuttgart before moving to Real Madrid in 2010, helping them to win the UEFA Champions League in 2014. He also won the World Cup with Germany the same year. He moved to Juventus in 2015.

Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo was regarded as one of the best players of his generation. He started his career at Sporting Lisbon before moving to Manchester United at the age of 18. He helped the club win three Premier League titles, the UEFA Champions League title in 2008 and also helped them reach the Champions League final in 2009. Real Madrid came calling that summer, making Ronaldo the most expensive player in the world at the time. During his time at Madrid, where he scored more goals than he played games, he helped the club win 4 UEFA Champions League titles. He moved to Juventus in 2018 at the age of 33, becoming the most expensive player in history over the age of 30.
7. AC Milan: Ray Wilkins, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Thiago Silva

Answer: Paris Saint-Germain

England midfielder Ray Wilkins started his career with Chelsea in 1973, before moving to Manchester United. AC Milan came calling in 1984. After three years in Italy, he moved to PSG, before returning to the UK with Rangers in 1987. Further spells with teams such as Queens Park Rangers, Crystal Palace and Hibernian followed before he retired from playing in 1997. After joining several clubs as an assistant manager, he sadly died in April 2018 at the age of 61 following a heart attack.

Sweden striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic started his career with Malmo before moving to Ajax in 2001. He joined Juventus in 2004, before moving to Inter Milan (2006-09), Barcelona (2009-10), AC Milan (2010-12), PSG (2012-16), Manchester United (2016-18) and LA Galaxy (2018-19). He returned to AC Milan in 2020. During his remarkable career, he became the only player to score in the 1990s, 2000s, 2010s and 2020s. He played in the UEFA Champions League with seven different teams, scoring for six of them (he failed to do so with Manchester United). He scored on his debuts in the English Premier League, Italian Serie A, Spanish La Liga, French Ligue 1 and UEFA Champions League. He also picked up a league winners medal every year from 2004 to 2011, and from 2013 to 2016.

Brazil defender Thiago Silva played for various Brazilian clubs before making he move to Europe in 2009 with AC Milan. He spent three years at the club, helping them to win the league championship in 2011. He moved to PSG in 2012, winning league championships in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018 and 2019.
8. Ajax: Marco Van Basten, Edgar Davids, Patrick Kluivert

Answer: AC Milan

Dutch striker Marco Van Basten was seen by many as one of the greatest players of his time. After helping Ajax win the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup in 1987, he secured a move to AC Milan, where he would go on to win 3 Serie A titles and two UEFA Champions League titles. He scored 5 goals at the UEFA European Championship in 1988, including the winning goal in the semi-final and a volley in the final, as the Netherlands won their first major international trophy. He retired from playing in 1995 at the age of 30, following a string of ankle injuries, but went in to management, having spells at Ajax and the Netherlands.

Dutch midfielder Edgar Davids started his career with Ajax and helped them to win the UEFA Champions League in 1995 (where they defeated AC Milan) and also to the final in 1996, where they lost to Juventus. He joined AC Milan in 1996, where he spent one season before joining Juventus in 1997. A loan spell at Barcelona in 2004 was followed by a move to Inter Milan. He later joined Tottenham Hotspur before returning to Ajax in 2007.

Dutch striker Patrick Kluivert also started his career at Ajax, scoring the winning goal in the 1995 UEFA Champions League final against AC Milan, at the age of just 18. He moved to AC Milan in 1997 where he spent one season, before transferring to Barcelona in 1998. He later had spells with Newcastle United, Valencia, PSV Eindhoven and Lille.
9. Bayern Munich: Erland Johnsen, Michael Ballack, Claudio Pizarro

Answer: Chelsea

Norway defender Erland Johnsen started his career with Moss in Norway before moving to Bayern Munich in 1988. He then moved to Chelsea in December 1989, where he spent eight seasons, being voted the club's player of the year in 1995. He returned to his native Norway in 1997 to join Rosenborg, before moving to Stromsgodset the following year. He subsequently moved into management.

After spells with Chemnitzer and Kaiserslautern, German midfielder Michael Ballack came to prominence at Bayer Leverkusen, helping them reach the UEFA Champions League final in 2002. He also helped Germany reach the World Cup final the same year, although he was suspended for the final. He joined Bayern Munich not long after, spending four years at the club and winning three league championships. He transferred to Chelsea in 2006 where he won 2 FA Cup winners medals and the league championship in 2010. He returned to Bayer Leverkusen shortly afterwards where he ended his career in 2012.

Peru striker Claudio Pizarro joined Bayern Munich from Werder Bremen in 2001. During a six year spell at the club he scored 71 goals in 174 appearances. He could not replicate that form at Chelsea, and scored only 2 goals in 21 appearances. He soon fell out of favour at Chelsea and was loaned to Werder Bremen after only one season at the club. He returned to Bayern Munich in 2012 where he spent three years before going back to Werder Bremen. A fourth spell at Bremen followed in 2018.
10. Bayer Leverkusen: Robert Kovac, Michael Ballack, Ze Roberto

Answer: Bayern Munich

Although he was born in Berlin, both Robert Kovac and his brother Niko represented Croatia at international level courtesy of their family being Bosnian Croat immigrants. Defender Robert started his career with Hertha Zehlendorf. After a year with FC Nurnberg, he joined Bayer Leverkusen in 1996. He joined Bayern Munich in 2001 when his contract expired, helping them win two league championships and two German Cup titles. He transferred to Juventus in 2005 before returning to Germany in 2007 with Borussia Dortmund. He finished his playing career with Croatian side Dinamo Zagreb. He returned to Munich in 2018 as Assistant Manager when his brother Niko took over as Manager.

After spells with Chemnitzer and Kaiserslautern, German midfielder Michael Ballack came to prominence at Bayer Leverkusen, helping them reach the UEFA Champions League final in 2002. He also helped Germany reach the World Cup final the same year, although he was suspended for the final. He joined Bayern Munich not long after, spending four years at the club and winning three league championships. He transferred to Chelsea in 2006 where he won 2 FA Cup winners medals and the league championship in 2010. He returned to Bayer Leverkusen shortly afterwards where he ended his career in 2012.

Brazilian defender Jose Roberto da Silva Junior, known as Ze Roberto, joined Bayer Leverkusen in 1998 after spells with Portuguesa, Real Madrid and Flamengo. After four years at the club, he moved to Bayern Munich in 2002. He joined Club Nacional de Football in 2006 but never played for them, joining Bayern for two year loan spell in 2007. During his two spells at Bayern he picked up four league championships and four German Cup titles.
Source: Author MickeyDGod

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