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York City Quiz 2005 - Answers

 

THE NUMBERS GAME

  1. How many league goals did Keith Walwyn score for City

119

  • In which year were City first promoted
  • 1959

  • What's City record highest score
  • 9-1 (2/2/57 v Southport

  • What is the record transfer fee paid by City
  • 140,000 (Adrian Randall)

  • How many points did City gain in their 1984 Division 4 Championship winning season
  • 101

  • What was the Bootham Crescent adult admission price to stand at the Grovsenor End during that season.
  • 1.70

    ANIMAL MAGIC

  • Last player to score hat trick for City
  • Gary Bull

  • Wembley born striker, not quite the same name, but his name is very similar to a nickname of a Yorkshire Division 1 side
  • Dale Banton

  • Sold to Cardiff last summer
  • Lee Bullock

  • Midfielder who joined City on loan from Middlesbrough last season
  • Craig Dove

  • Released in 2003 but then offered a new one year contract
  • Christian Fox

  • Leading scorer as we reached Division 2 in 1974
  • Jimmy Seal

    THE 1990s

  • Left back given the run around by Jon McCarthy in City's 1993 Wembley play off triumph against Crewe.
  • Shaun Smith

  • Which club did Alan Little become manager of shortly after leaving City in 1999
  • Southend

  • From which club did City sign Steve Agnew
  • Sunderland

  • Which City defender had previously won a Premiership winners medal at Leeds
  • Chris Fairclough

  • Who did City beat in the 1993 play off semi final
  • Bury

  • Who beat City in the 1994 play off semi final
  • Stockport

    KEEPERS

  • Name the first keeper to make 11 consecutive clean sheets in English senior football
  • Graeme Crawford

  • Who made his City debut against Manchester United
  • Andy Warrington

  • Name the former Northern Ireland keeper who joined City from Blackburn
  • Alan Fettis

  • Was our regular keeper when we reached the FA Cup Semi Final in 1955
  • Tommy Forgan

  • Name the veteran keeper who kept goal for us in our 1984 Division 4 Championship winning side
  • Roger Jones

  • Which keeper did City sell to Manchester United in 1995
  • Nick Culkin

    JOBS & HOBBIES

  • To be found on the hills, occasionally in goal in the mid 1970s and also a loan signing last season
  • Walker (Stuart & Justin)

  • Former barrel maker signed from Nottingham Forest.
  • Cooper (Richard)

  • Current striker to be found moonlighting on the chess board or in the house of god
  • Bishop (Andy)

  • Another religious man, this time a defender with an unpronouncable surname
  • Czucman (Mike)

  • Usually to be found in hotel lobbies and hospital wards, he was signed from Darlington.
  • Porter (Chris)

  • We all tried to be one at school, usually with wonky results. He's now to be found at Macclesfield.
  • Potter (Graham)

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  • How old was this season's youngest contributor to Dots' "Southern Connections" page in City's programme
  • 7

  • Where did the branch enjoy a sunny Sunday social in June 2004
  • Arundel

  • Name our opponents when the branch's football team had their first game in1997.
  • The Royal Household Cavalry

  • Who procured the kit in which the branch's side now play
  • Dave Woods (Woody)

  • Name the first keeper to be voted the branch's Player Of The Season
  • Mark Samways

  • Keith Usher's boyhood and manhood hero
  • Bobby Robson

    TIE BREAK 1: Name the 22 teams in this season's Conference North. The teams we might have been playing next season of the worst had come to the worst.

    A: Alfreton Town, Altrincham, Ashton United, Barrow, Bradford Park Avenue, Droylesden, Gainsborough Trinity, Harrogate Town, Hinckley United, Hucknall Town, Kettering Town, Lancaster City, Moor Green, Nuneaton Borough, Redditch United, Runcorn FC (Halton), Southport, Stafford Rangers, Stalybridge Celtic, Vauxhall Motors, Worcester City, Worksop Town.

     

    TIE BREAK 2: What the was attendance at City first Conference game, at Aldershot in August 2004

    A: 3,368

     

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