Welcome to the 3rd Round of The Arsenal Citizenship Test, only this time it’s all about The Wenger Years.
This months results will be graded out of 25:
0-5: Dumb Arse
6-12: ‘Arf An Arse
13-19: Smart Arse
20+: Grade A Arse
Please let the @GunnersTown team know how you got on, we want to keep track of you GoonerNerds out there 😉
Same rules as before:
Answers are at the end, so no cheating and no Google’ing, You’ll let me down, you’ll let your parents down, but worst of all, you’ll let your hamster down.
1) Arsene has managed four clubs, name them? (1 point for each)
2) Five players have worn the number 17 shirt under Wenger, who are they? (1 point for each)
3) Arsene’s first game in charge was on 12 October 1996. Who were the opposition?
4) What was the score?
5) And who scored for The Arsenal?
6) 2000 UEFA Cup Final vs Galatasaray, who missed Arsenal’s two penalties in the shoot out defeat? (1 point for each)
7) What was unique about Arsenals match against Crystal Palace on 14 February 2005?
8) February 1999 vs. Sheffield Utd, (FA Cup, fifth round). The game that Wenger offered to replay and was. Who scored the controversial goal?
9) In 2006, Arsenal set a Champions League record for consecutive games without conceding a goal. How many consecutive games?
10) Although technically signed prior to Wenger taking charge at Arsenal (Arsene advised the club to sign them), which two players are regarded as his first signings? (1 point for each)
11) Wenger was awarded what French honor in 2002?
12) In the 01/02 season Arsene secured his second double and Arsenal’s third. What two other achievements did Arsenal record throughout the season? (1 point for each)
13) In 2010, which footballer did Arsene likened to a PlayStation creation?
14) In the aftermath of ‘Pizzagate’, Arsene was fined £15,000 for calling who a cheat?
15) Has Sol Campbell won the double under Arsene Wenger?
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1. 1984–1987 Nancy-Lorraine
1987–1994 AS Monaco
1995–1996 Nagoya Grampus Eight
2. David Hillier, Manu Petit, Edu, Alex Song, Nacho Monreal
3. Blackburn Rovers
5. Ian Wright
6. Davor Suker and Patrick Vieira
7. Arsenal fielded a 16-man squad that featured no British players for the first time in the club’s history.
8. Marc Overmars
10. Patrick Vieira and Rémi Garde
11. The Légion d’Honneur
12. The team scored in every single league fixture and were unbeaten away from home that season.
13. Lionel Messi
14. Ruud van Nistelrooy