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The Official Liverpool FC Quiz Book - 1000 Questions on all things Liverpool Football Club - cover

The Official Liverpool FC Quiz Book - 1000 Questions on all things Liverpool Football Club

Dave Ball

Publisher: Twocan

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Summary

Are you an LFC brain-box? If so, then put that claim to the test in the Official Liverpool FC Quiz Book.
There are 100 quizzes and 1,000 questions on all aspects of the Reds, bang up-to-date with questions on the 2019.20 season and stars.
Full of fascinating facts and featuring the all-time greats as well as those fleeting moments of fame, this is sure to be something any true supporter can't put down!
Compiled by life-long fans and official club statisticians Dave Ball and Ged Rea. Dave s former BBC Sports Brain of Britain, has worked with Sky Sports and been a research consultant with the "A Question of Sport Team" since the days of Liverpool legend Emlyn Hughes. As well as being a contributor to major TV, radio and written media outlets, Ged has also been a question setter for LFCTV quiz shows as well as ITV Digital's "Do I Not Know That?"
Together, a formidable team.
Available since: 05/21/2020.
Print length: 124 pages.

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