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Guest Quiz Post: Ace player

This guy plays football for his local team, FC Echichens, a 5th tier team in the Swiss Football league and is also a keen follower of the BPL where he supports Newcastle United. He was the Swiss ambassador for the 2008 European Football championships. He also has been named Laureus World Sportsman of the Year on two occasions, and also one of the UNESCO champions for sport alongside Pele, Bubka, and Henin to name a few during his illustrious career.

Of course (yes, here is the twist every quiz question has), the reason he is so famous is not so much due to football as due to _______, where he is the only one from his country to have won World Championships in the sport.

Who it is?

P.S. Too many hints in here, so please avoid googling ­čÖé

By Arun Murali

World Cup Season#1

Bilal Yusuf Mohammed plays club football at X and represents Y at the international level. He has been subject to a lot of transfer talk lately, with a big money move on the cards. Z, arguably the best player to have played for Y once said that he is the jewel of Y football. How do we better know him?

Also ID X, Y and Z

Quiz Post: Football Again

X played football for Y between 1912 and 1927, scoring over 200 goals and captaining the team towards the end. He became the first ever manager of Y and remained so until 1936, when football was suspended due to an outbreak of a civil war. He was elected the President of Y in 1943, a position he occupied until his death. In his honour, Y named their stadium after him.

Put X, Y.


Quiz Post: Return of the Revolution

Connect the Pics( Not related to the title)


Quiz Post: The Game Theory


Deus Ex, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (game), America’s Army, Brothers In Arms: Road to Hill 30, Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, Star Wars: Republic Commando, Army of Two, BioShock, Gears of War, Mass Effect, Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe.

List is not exhaustive.

Quiz Post: Sport Collection

  1. XY was born into a family known for its footballing prowess. His father, ‘Periko’ Y won the Spanish league twice in successive seasons with Real Sociedad and a third time after he moved to FC Barcelona. Born in Tolosa, a small Basque town, XY lived in Barcelona for the first six years of his life and moved to San Sebasti├ín thereafter. It was here that his passion for football began as he whiled away his childhood playing at Playa de la Concha (Shell Beach) . Who?
  2. The Concorde Agreement is a contract between the X, they and the Z. There have in fact been five separate Concorde Agreements, all of whose terms were kept strictly secret: The first in 1981, others in 1987, 1992, 1997, and 1998, and the current agreement in 2007. Give X, Y, Z
  3. Three-under-par (-3); often called a double eagle. extremely rare, and occur most commonly on par-fives with a strong drive and a holed approach shot. Holes-in-one on par-four holes (generally short ones) are also called X. The most famous X was made by Gene Sarazen in 1935, which propelled him into a tie for first at The Masters Tournament. He won the playoff the next day. The sportswriters of the day termed it “the shot heard ’round the world.” Between 1970 and 2003, 84 such shots (an average of fewer than three per year) were recorded on the PGA Tour. What?
  4. The Indian opening batsman Sunil Gavaskar named his son after XY and wrote of XY, “To say that he is the greatest batsman I have ever seen so far is to put it mildly.”.XY born December 26, 1935 in Port Mourant, Berbice, British Guiana) is a former West Indian Cricket player. He is widely considered as one of the best batsmen of the 1960s. Of Indo-Guyanese descent, XY featured in several great West Indian teams, playing with, among others, Sir Garfield Sobers, Roy Fredericks, Lance Gibbs, and Alvin Kallicharran. C. L. R. James wrote in the New World journal that XY was “the high peak of West Indian cricketing development”, and praised his “adventuresome” attitude.XY was part of the West Indian team that won the inaugural World Cup.
  5. Event Year Result
    Czechoslovakia Junior Open 2003 Winner
    2004 Commonwealth Youth Games 2004 Silver
    Asian Satellite X Tournament 2005 Winner
    World Junior X Championships 2006 Runner Up
    2006 Commonwealth Games 2006 Bronze
    Philippines Open X 2006 Winner
    Asian Satellite X Tournament 2006 Winner
    Indian National X Championships 2007 Winner
    National Games of India 2007 Gold
    <blanked> Chinese Taipei Open 2008 Winner
    Indian National X Championships 2008 Winner
    2008 Commonwealth Youth Games 2008 Gold
    World Junior X Championships 2008 Winner
    Y Open 2009 Winner. Z’s achievements. Id XYZ
  6. On October 10, 2008 Jim Lyngvild set the Guinness World Record for eating a grand total of seven XYs in one minute live on TV2 Denmark’s Go’ aften Danmark.
    On April 11, 2009 James Boyd tried to beat the Guinness World Record on “Britain’s Got Talent” for the most XYs eaten in one minute, but failed, reaching only four in sixty seconds. He had previously admitted to only ever have managed six and gave the excuse that he was feeling sick because Stephen Mulhern, presenter of Britain’s Got More Talent had challenged Boyd eating as many different kinds of Ys in a minute. For the semi-finals, James Boyd is invited back onto the show in another attempt to break the Guinness World Record .
    Also, during James Boyd’s audition, Anthony McPartlin, a presenter on the main show, attempted to eat as many XYs in one minute, and he was able to beat Boyd with a total of five XY, and so did Piers Morgan, managing a total of seven chocolates on Britain’s Got More Talent; however, Morgan failed to swallow, and thus, was disqualified as shown on Britain’s Got More Talent’s XY Eating Contest. . At a later date, the two presenters of Britain’s Got Talent, Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly attempted to beat the record on their website. What is the XY?
  7. During the Test at Auckland, a streaker appeared when XY was at the crease. Incensed by this new craze and the disruption that it caused, XY grabbed the man and hit his bare backside with the bat.When play resumed, the ensuing din from the incident caused XY to mis-hear his partner’s call for a run, and he found himself run out. For once, the famous XY concentration had been broken. But the most significant occurrence of this match occurred off-field: XY was approached to sign with a proposed break away competition, later to be known as World Series Cricket (WSC) . Who?

Quiz Post: Cola!


The X cola, originally made in Africa, is one of the first in Europe to follow Fair Trade regulations. X is associated more with something else than with the cola. What is X?