In 2017, Men United is heading into Europe. We’re asking staff, players, fans and club legends from across The EFL to get their mates together and join us for Football to Amsterdam 2017 (9-11 June 2017).
It’s a great excuse for you and your friends to have a great time on the way and in Amsterdam. And it’s a chance to make new friends too. Les Ferdinand, Terry Butcher and Viv Anderson are heading up the international peloton kicking off from London or Yorkshire all the way to Amsterdam.
In the meantime, we’re celebrating all things orange with a Dutch football quiz. And who better to ask the questions than Zonal Marking’s football guru, Michael Cox. Click the link at the bottom of the page to reveal the answers. Proost!
Which recent Dutch striker (and Luis Suárez lookalike) scored 100 goals in six La Liga seasons, 78 goals in four Bundesliga seasons, and won the European Golden Shoe – but only scored six times at international level?
When England beat Holland 4-1 in Euro 1996, the Dutch side was:
Edwin van der Sar; Michael Reiziger, Danny Blind, Winston Bogarde; Ronald de Boer, Clarence Seedorf, Aron Winter, Richard Witschge; Jordi Cruyff, Dennis Bergkamp, Peter Hoekstra.
The substitutes were: Patrick Kluivert, Johan de Kock and Philip Cocu.
How many of these 14 stars played, at one point in their career, for a British club?
Ajax and PSV have won 12 of the 14 Eredivisie titles this century. Which other two clubs have triumphed, and which two well-known managers were in charge?
Ajax’s 1996 European Cup final side was:
Edwin van der Sar; Sonny Silooy, Danny Blind, Frank de Boer, Winston Bogarde; Ronald de Boer, Edgar Davids, Finidi George, Jari Litmanen, MYSTERY PLAYER; Nwankwo Kanu
Who is the missing man – a left-winger who looks rather out of place among these greats, and is probably best known in England for his spell at Manchester City?
Seven Dutchmen have managed a Premier League side. Name the seven, and rank them by how many league matches they took charge of.
All the answers to Zonal Marking football guru, Michael Cox's Dutch football quiz.