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Les-tah Learning: Where did Logan run off too?

The weekly quiz is back!

York City v Leicester City-Pre Season Friendly
Where did Conrad go?
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Ten more tricky (ish) questions for you to ponder over this week, good luck!

  1. Which current EFL division 2 side does former foxes keeper Conrad Logan now play for?
  2. Which former City player has the middle name Ivanhoe?
  3. Which Spanish team did City play in the first match at the Walkers Stadium which was a pre-season friendly in 2002?
  4. How many goals during his City career did Alan Birchenall score? (a) 36 (b) 10 (c) 12
Leicester City v AFC Bournemouth - Premier League Photo by Tony Marshall/Getty Images
  1. City lost out 4-3 to Swindon Town in a dramatic play-off final in 1993, but can you name the former England manager, who was in charge of Swindon that day?
  2. Jari Rantanen was one of the first ever foreign players City signed during the 80's, but what nationality was he?
  3. Which team did winger Tommy Wright sign for after he left City in 1992?
  4. Name the former City striker and Ghana international who was jailed for 12 months for money laundering in 2012?
  5. Who were the shirt sponsors for Leicester City during 2009/10 season?
  6. Leicester's last appearance at Wembley was last years Community Shield defeat to Man United. The score was 2-1 but who scored for City?

Answers with next weeks quiz

Last week’s answers are:-

  1. Martin O’Neill managed Norwich City before joining us
  2. Frank Worthington scored 72 goals for City
  3. Rufus Brevett only made 1 appearance for the foxes
  4. Gary Lineker’s middle name is Winston
  5. Weller wore his white tights against Norwich City
  6. Paul Groves scored on his Leicester City debut in the League Cup fourth round replay against Nottingham Forest
  7. Leicester City’s record all time goal scorer is Arthur Chandler
  8. Claudio Ranieri managed Greece
  9. The most first team goalkeeping appearances is Mark Wallington
  10. Mark McGhee took over after Brian Little