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You did SH.


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Thanks - - weren't that many other options apart from Pelle.
 

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1) A player named in the 23 man England squad.

Olsen: Rooney (47), Kane (33), Vardy (29)
Heaton (0), Bertrand (0)

Total: 109

Klinsmann: Rooney (47), Vardy (29), Kane (33)
Bertrand (0), Heaton (0)

Total: 109

Zagorakis: Rooney (47), Kane (33), Vardy (29)
Heaton (0), Bertrand (0)

Total: 109

Gullit: Rooney (47), Kane (33), Vardy (29)
Heaton (0), Forster (1)

Total: 108


Deschamps: Rooney (47), Kane (33), Vardy (29)
Heaton (0), Forster (1)


Total: 108


Casillas: Rooney (47), Kane (33), Vardy (29)
Heaton (0), Bertrand (0)


Total: 109

Answers
Wayne Rooney - 47
Joe Hart - 38
Harry Kane – 33
Dele Alli – 31
Jamie Vardy - 29
Jack Wilshere – 17
Eric Dier – 14
Daniel Sturridge - 12
Raheem Sterling – 11
Ross Barkley - 9
John Stones – 8
Marcus Rashford – 7
Kyle Walker – 3
Chris Smalling - 3
Adam Lallana - 2
Nathanael Clyne – 2
James Milner - 2
Danny Rose – 1
Jordan Henderson – 1
Fraser Forster - 1

Pointless: Tom Heaton, Ryan Bertrand, Gary Cahill.

Most of the kids seemed to start off with the goalkeeper which is why I think Hart did so well here. Surprised not one person said Gary Cahill. Thought Vardy would have got a few more but there are a few kids who are definite FIFA players and he probably doesn’t feature prominently on there.

Leaderboard:
Olsen - 109
Klinsmann - 109
Zagorakis - 109
Casillas - 109
Gullit - 108
Deschamps - 108
 

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2) A team that is not England who is competing at Euro 2016

Olsen: Spain (46), Germany (44), France (46)
Iceland (0), Hungary (0)

Total: 136

Klinsmann: Wales (23), France (46), Germany (44)
Iceland (0), Albania (2)

Total: 111

Zagorakis: Spain (46), France (46), Germany (44)
Hungary (0), Albania (2)

Total: 134

Gullit: Spain (46), France (46), Germany (44)
Hungary (0), Albania (2)

Total: 134

Deschamps: Spain (46), France (46), Germany (44)
Hungary (0), Albania (2)

Total: 134

Casillas: Spain (46), France (46), Germany (44)
Iceland (0), Albania (2)


Total: 134

Answers
France - 46
Spain - 46
Germany – 44
Italy – 34
Republic of Ireland - 31
Portugal - 28
Wales - 23
Belgium – 19
Romania - 14
Northern Ireland – 13
Russia – 11
Croatia - 6
Slovakia – 4
Sweden – 3
Turkey – 3
Albania - 2
Poland – 1
Switzerland - 1

Pointless – Hungary, Austria, Iceland, Ukraine, Czech Republic,

We’re quite a diverse school so Romania was a favourite for some of the Eastern European kids. The rest kind of went as expected. A couple of kids really impressed me with getting countries like Slovakia.

Leaderboard:
Olsen - 245
Zagorakis - 243
Casillas - 243
Gullit - 242
Deschamps - 242
Klinsmann - 220
 

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3) A football manager in the Premier League for 2016/17
(before the new Southampton manager was confirmed)


Olsen: Mourinho (43), Klopp (34), Wenger (35)
Karanka (0), Guidolin (0)

Total: 112

Klinsmann: Guardiola (19), Mourinho (43), Wenger (35)
Guidolin (0), Mazzari (0)


Total: 97

Zagorakis: Mourinho (43), Guardiola (19), Klopp (34)
Karanka (0), Guidolin (0)

Total: 96

Gullit: Guardiola (19), Mourinho (43), Wenger (35)
Karanka (0), Dyche (1)


Total: 96

Deschamps: Guardiola (19), Mourinho (43), Wenger (35)
Mazzarri (0), Dyche (1)


Total: 96

Casillas: Klopp (34), Mourinho (43), Wenger (35)
Mazzarri (0), Guidolin (0)


Total: 112


Answers

Jose Mourinho - 43
Slavan Bilic – 43
Claudio Ranieri - 37
Arsene Wenger – 35
Jurgen Klopp - 34
Mauricio Pochettino – 28
Pep Guardiola - 19
Antonio Conte – 11
Alan Pardew – 8
Ronald Koeman - 7
Eddie Howe – 6
Sam Allardyce - 5
Tony Pulis - 5
Mark Hughes - 5
Steve Bruce – 2
Sean Dyche - 1

Pointless – Aitor Karanka, Francesco Guidolin, Walter Mazzarri,

We’re based in East London. There’s a lot of West Ham fans here. Spurs are quite popular as well but a few of the less knowledgelable kids couldn’t remember Pochettino’s name. Ranieri was riding the title winning wave whilst there are no surprises in the 3 pointless ones. Even I’d forgotten who Watford’s new manager was.

Leaderboard:
Olsen - 357
Casillas - 355
Zagorakis - 339
Gullit - 338
Deschamps - 338
Klinsmann - 317
 

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Watford's manager was appointed after you asked the questions so i'd be suprised if any kid got it
 

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4) A team in the Champions League knockout rounds in 2015/16

Olsen: Barcelona (44), Real Madrid (42), Arsenal (37)
Gent (0), Zenit (0)

Total: 123

Klinsmann: Bayern (29), Real Madrid (42), Barcelona (44)
Gent (0), Dynamo Kiev (0)

Total: 115

Zagorakis: Real Madrid (42), Man City (24), Barcelona (44)
Gent (0), Dynamo Kyiv (0)

Total: 110

Gullit: Real Madrid (42), Man City (24), Barcelona (44)
Gent (0), Dynamo Kyiv (0)


Total: 110

Deschamps: Barcelona (44), Real Madrid (42), Arsenal (37)
Gent (0), Zenit (0)


Total: 123

Casillas: Real Madrid (42), Man City (24), Barcelona (44)
Gent (0), PSV (1)


Total: 109


Answers
Barcelona - 44
Real Madrid – 42
Arsenal – 37
Chelsea - 35
Bayern Munich - 29
Atletico Madrid – 27
Man City – 24
Juventus - 6
PSG – 4
Roma - 2
PSV – 1
Wolfsburg - 1

Pointless: Zenit, Dynamo Kiev, Benfica, Gent,

Fifa dominating again with the two Spanish giants nearly getting a full house. Well impressed with the one kid who said PSV and Wolfsburg as his first two answers. He then let himself down though by saying Dynamite Cave and I weren’t giving him that.

Leaderboard:
Olsen - 480
Casillas - 464
Deschamps - 461
Zagorakis - 449
Gullit - 448
Klinsmann - 432
 

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5) A Premier League striker who scored more than 10 goals in 2015/16

Olsen: Kane (32), Aguero (36), Vardy (41)
Deeney (2), Ighalo (2)

Total: 105

Klinsmann: Kane (32), Aguero (36), Vardy (41)
Deeney (2), Ighalo (2)

Total: 105

Zagorakis: Kane (32), Aguero (36), Vardy (41)
Long (incorrect – has scored 10 Premier League goals, not more than 10 – 20 point penalty), Pelle (3)


Total: 86

Gullit: Kane (32), Aguero (36), Vardy (41)
Deeney (2), Pelle (3)

Total: 104

Deschamps: Kane (32), Aguero (36), Vardy (41)
Ighalo (2), Deeney (2)

Total: 105

Casillas: Kane (32), Aguero (36), Vardy (41)
Deeney (2), Pelle (3)

Total: 104


Answers
Jamie Vardy - 41
Sergio Aguero - 36
Harry Kane – 32
Oliver Giroud - 22
Jermain Defoe – 15
Anthony Martial - 11
Romelu Lukaku – 6
Graziano Pelle - 3
Diego Costa – 3
Odion Ighalo – 2
Troy Deeney – 2

Bit baffled how Vardy got more here than in question 1 but it seems some kids associate him more with the Premier League than with England. Arsenal fans were out in force for Giroud. Again, a couple with good knowledge got Deeney and Ighalo as a pair which stopped there from being any pointless answers.

Final Leaderboard:
Olsen - 585
Casillas - 568
Deschamps - 566
Gullit - 552
Klinsmann - 537
Zagorakis - 535

Advantages will be revealed when I post the final game task, which will be up after France vs Iceland. Zagorakis probably best finishing last as they'd just forget to use their advantage anyway. :shifty:
 

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Appointed on FA cup day so a while back.

Had the Swansea or Boro bloke as well
I wasn't saying yours was wrong or anything.

I thought he was appointed recently, must have been announced on FA Cup Day or something.
 

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Watford's manager was appointed after you asked the questions so i'd be suprised if any kid got it

I asked most of the questions in the week beginning Monday 23rd May before half term. He was appointed just before that. The only one I asked after half term close to the tournament was approaching was the England squad one as it wasn't finalised before half term.
 

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Glad I've left my team in charge lately...

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I asked most of the questions in the week beginning Monday 23rd May before half term. He was appointed just before that. The only one I asked after half term close to the tournament was approaching was the England squad one as it wasn't finalised before half term.

Great idea for a question, Lee. Shame I was out all day.
 

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Week 4

Gullit: France 1-0 England 4 POINTS
Deschamps: France 1-1 England 1 POINT
Klinsmann: France 1-0 England 4 POINTS
Olsen: France 1-1 Iceland 2 POINTS
Zagorakis: France 1-0 Iceland 5 POINTS
Casillas: France 2-1 Iceland 5 POINTS



Scores after France 5-2 Iceland: (3 games to go)
Zagorakis - 23
Deschamps - 21
Gullit - 21
Casillas - 16
Olsen - 14
Klinsmann - 11

Olsen are really going to need their edits to come into play here or else they may leave themselves too much to do. 3 big games to go as the points increase.

Week 5

Gullit:
Possession more than 60.5% (7 points) - France 7 POINTS

Predict a line up 1-11 (pt per correct player) – Iceland
Hannes Thor Halldorsson, Birkir Mar Saevarsson, Kari Arnason, Ragnar Sigurdsson, Ari Freyr Skulason, Johann Berg Gudmundsson, Aron Gunnarsson, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Birkir Bjarnason, Kolbeinn Sigthorsson, Jon Dadi Bodvarsson 11 POINTS


Deschamps
Fouls (pts per foul) - Iceland. 11 POINTS
Corners (pts per corner) - France. 4 POINTS


Klinsmann
France to have over 60.5% possession (7 points). 7 POINTS
Predict a line up 1-11 (pt per correct player) – Iceland
Hannes Thor Halldorsson, Birkir Mar Saevarsson, Kari Arnason, Ragnar Sigurdsson, Ari Freyr Skulason, Johann Berg Gudmundsson, Aron Gunnarsson, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Birkir Bjarnason, Kolbeinn Sigthorsson, Jon Dadi Bodvarsson 11 POINTS


Olsen
France to have over 60.5% possession. 7 POINTS

Predict a line up 1-11 (pt per correct player) – Iceland
Hannes Thor Halldorsson, Birkir Mar Saevarsson, Kari Arnason, Ragnar Sigurdsson, Ari Freyr Skulason, Johann Berg Gudmundsson, Aron Gunnarsson, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Birkir Bjarnason, Kolbeinn Sigthorsson, Jon Dadi Bodvarsson 11 POINTS


Zagorakis
Goals scored more than 1.5 (7 points) - France
Goals conceded more than 1.5 (7 points) - Iceland


Casillas
Goals scored more than 1.5 (7 points) - France
Predict a line up 1-11 (pt per correct player) – Iceland (JOKER)
Hannes Thor Halldorsson, Birkir Mar Saevarsson, Kari Arnason, Ragnar Sigurdsson, Ari Freyr Skulason, Johann Berg Gudmundsson, Aron Gunnarsson, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Birkir Bjarnason, Kolbeinn Sigthorsson, Jon Dadi Bodvarsson 22 POINTS



Leaderboard after Iceland line ups added
Casillas - 47 points (5 overall points)
Zagorakis - 43 points (4 overall points)
Olsen - 42 points (3 overall points)
Gullit - 40 points (2 overall points)
Klinsmann - 33 points (1 overall point)

Deschamps - 29 points (0 overall points)

Zagorakis will be kicking themselves that they forgot both jokers as they had a fantastic round but missed out on top spot courtesy of forgetfulness. Casillas step in with a canny Iceland joker to nick first place.


Overall table - week 4/6

1) Team Zagorakis - 17

2) Team Olsen - 14
3) Team Gullit - 13
4) Team Casillas - 11
5) Team Klinsmann - 4
6) Team Deschamps - 3


Zagorakis will be very happy right now but their performance in the final advantage task means they are going to have to win it the hard way with the final game task if they want to secure the victory. Gullit, Olsen and Casillas will be chasing hard. And remember, we have a double points week still in the process that could shape the table yet.

At the other end, the battle for the wooden spoon is on between Klinsmann and Deschamps. Both teams have been trading mockery and insults since the first day of this game. Who will emerge with some pride?

Final Game Task rules are coming up!
 

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Game week 6 - Dream Team round

The final task. You have to create a dream team consisting of 11 players for the final 3 matches. You can spend up to £50 million.

Some important things to note:
There is no limit on the number of players you choose per nation.

You are only allowed to make any transfers you have between the end of the semi final stage and beginning of the final (see advantages for more details)

You can make one player your captain before the two semi finals. This is allowed to be changed once after the two semi final matches. Making a player captain gives them double points.

You can choose between the following formations to set your team up in: 4-4-2, 4-3-3, 4-5-1, 3-4-3, 3-5-2, 5-4-1, 5-3-2,

Advantages
The advantages gained this week are the amount of transfers you can make between semi final and final rounds.

Olsen - 5 transfers
Casillas - 4 transfers
Deschamps - 3 transfers
Gullit - 2 transfers
Klinsmann - 1 transfers
Zagorakis - 0 transfers

When making transfers, you are allowed to transfer for a different position providing that it means you are moving to another valid formation (for instance, transferring a striker out to bring in a midfielder, might mean you’re moving from 4-4-2 to 4-5-1).

Scoring rules

Inside the spoiler tags are how the players you choose can score points.
Goalkeepers
Goal scored by a goalkeeper (not in a penalty shootout) 20
Goalkeeper not conceding while on pitch (must play at least 60 minutes) 4
Every three saves made by a goalkeeper 1
Penalty save 5
For every two goals conceded by a goalkeeper or defender -1

Defenders
Goal scored by a defender (not in a penalty shootout) 8
Defender not conceding while on pitch (must play at least 60 minutes) 4

Midfielders
Goal scored by a midfielder 6
Midfielder not conceding while on pitch (must play at least 60 minutes) 1

Forwards
Goal scored by a forward 4

All positions
Featuring in a game 1
Playing at least 90 minutes in a game (includes point mentioned above) 2
For each assist 3
Earning a penalty 2
Conceding a penalty -1
Penalty miss -2
Yellow card -1
Red card (includes yellow card deduction) -3
Own goal scored -2

Players
You have £50 million to spend on 11 players. Players are prices in the spoiler tags below. I've not included every single player from the squads but if there are any price requests for any players not present, let me know.

Goalkeepers
Manuel Neuer £5 million
Hugo Lloris £5 million
Rui Patricio £4 million
Wayne Hennessy £4 million

Defenders
Mats Hummels £5.5 million
Jerome Boateng £5.5 million
Laurent Koscileny £5.5 million
Joshua Kimmich £5 million
Pepe £5 million
Jonas Hector £5 million
Ashley Williams £5 million
Patrice Evra £5 million
Bacary Sagna £5 million
Samuel Umtiti £4.5 million
Adil Rami £4.5 million
Jose Fonte £4.5 million
James Chester £4.5 million
Benedickt Howdes £4.5 million
Jonathan Tah £4.5 million
Shkodran Mustafi £4.5 million
Eliaquim Mangala £4 million
Eliseu £4 million
Cedric Soares £4 million
Ben Davies £4 million
Chris Gunter £4 million
Neil Taylor £4 million
James Collins £4 million
Ricardo Carvalho £4 million
Raphael Guerrero £3.5 million

Midfielders
Mezut Ozil £5.5 million
Paul Pogba £5.5 million
Dimitri Payet £5.5 million
Julian Draxler £5 million
Kingsley Coman £5 million
Anthony Martial £4.5 million
Joao Mario £4.5 million
Toni Kroos £4.5 million
Renato Sanchez £4.5 million
Blaise Matuidi £4.5 million
Joao Moutinho £4.5 million
Moussa Sissoko £4.5 million
Joe Ledley £4.5 million
Andre Schurrle £4.5 million
N’Golo Kante £4 million
Sami Khedira £4 million
Bastian Schweinsteiger £4 million
Julian Weigl £4 million
Jonny Williams £4 million
William Carvalho £4 million
Aaron Ramsay £4 million
Andy King £4 million
Joe Allen £4 million
Ricardo Quaresma £4 million
Andre Gomes £4 million
Yohan Cabaye £3.5 million
Morgan Schneiderlin £3.5 million
David Edwards £3.5 million
Adrian Silva £3.5 million

Attackers
Ronaldo £6.5 million
Gareth Bale £6 million
Thomas Muller £6 million
Antione Griezmann £6 million
Oliver Giroud £5.5 million
Mario Gotze £5 million
Andre-Pierre Gignac £4.5 million
Nani £4.5 million
Hal Robson Kanu £4.5 million
Lukas Podolski £4 million
Leroy Sane £4 million
Sam Vokes £4 million
Eder £3 million

(Mario Gomez has been ruled out for the rest of the Euros)

Transfers can take place from between the end of the 2nd semi final and 7pm Sunday

Deadline for your squad submission, 7pm Wednesday in your PMs
 
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Just to inform, I've added two more players.

Jonathan Tah £4.5 million
Shkodran Mustafi £4.5 million
 

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So here's what we have up for grabs tonight:

Gullit: Croatia 1-1 Belgium (0 POINTS)
Deschamps: Croatia 2-1 Wales
Klinsmann: Croatia 2-1 Belgium (0 POINTS)
Olsen: Croatia 2-1 Belgium (0 POINTS)
Zagorakis: Portugal 1-1 Belgium
Casillas: Croatia 1-1 Belgium (0 POINTS)

Zagorakis use their final edit. It means the two leaders gain at least one point on everybody. Can they gain 3 more with a correct result?

Deadline for the squads are 7pm tonight. I'll post them up midway through the Wales game when I'm back from tennis.
 

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Here are the squads. Not sure I'll be able to put the scores up tonight as got a ton of stuff to do for work but if not I'll do a big update when I get home tomorrow (unless Veggie can do them before then).

Gullit

Rui Patricio £4m

Chris Gunter £4m
Cedric Soares £4m
Neil Taylor £4m

Dimitri Payet £5.5m
Joe Allen £4 million
Renato Sanchez £4.5m
Bastian Schweinsteiger £4m

Antoine Griezmann £6m (c)
Hal Robson Kanu £4.5m
Oliver Giroud £5.5m



Deschamps

Rui Patricio

Raphael Guerrero
Jose Fonte
Ashley Williams
Benedickt Howdes
Chris Gunter

Dimitri Payet
Toni Kroos
Joe Allen

Antione Griezmann ©
Nani



Casillas

Hennessey

Taylor,
Hector,
Gunter
Cedric


Allen
Kroos,
Payet
Nani ©


Robson-Kanu,
Griezmann



Olsen

Wayne Hennessey

Adil Rami
Cedric Soares
Jonas Hector


Renato Sanchez
Joe Allen
Blaise Matuidi
Julian Draxler


Hal Robson-Kanu
Nani ©
Olivier Giroud



Klinsmann

Hennessey

Rami
Davies
A Williams
Taylor


Payet ©
Allen
Schweinsteiger
Kroos


Giroud
Gotze



Zagorakis

Rui Patricio

Neil Taylor
Cedric
Jose Fonte

Toni Kroos
Renato Sanchez
Ricardo Quaresma
Yohan Cabaye
Adrian Silva

Ronaldo ©
Antione Griezmann




And just for fun, this would have been my squad:

Rui Patricio £4

Gunter £4
Taylor £4

Soares £4

Ozil £5.5
Payet £5.5
Schweinsteiger £4
Ricardo Quaresma £4
N’Golo Kante £4

Ronaldo £6.5
Nani £4.5

 

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Well you'd be alright Lee with both the scorers!

Seem to have mainly the same sort of teams..
 

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Zagorakis - 41
Deschamps - 30
Olsen - 22
Casillas - 22
Gullit - 19
Klinsmann - 4

Zagorakis take a commanding lead, thanks to Ronaldo and their Portuguese defenders. It's also a strong start for Deschamps, as they still have their captain to play. At the other end, Klinsmann will be hoping for lots of goals tonight after a poor start yesterday.

At this stage, three teams (Zagorakis, Olsen and Casillas) have seen their captains play, with the other three to come.
 
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