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How well do you remember these 90s footballers?

Do you know your Alex Notmans from your Erik Nevlands?

Who is the Irish player in this photo, who won 34 caps and made the squad for both the 1990 and the 1994 World Cups?
Tommy Coyne
John Byrne

John Sheridan
Alan Kernaghan
Name the ex-Man United youngster who was on the bench for the 1999 Champions League final.
Erik Nevland
Ronnie Wallwork

Alex Notman
Jonathan Greening
This former Tottenham player featured in the 1994 World Cup final for Italy.
Dino Baggio
Nicola Berti

Antonio Benarrivo
Paolo Tramezzani
This player scored Germany's golden goal in the Euro 96 final.
Oliver Bierhoff
Mehmet Scholl

Stefan Kuntz
Thomas Strunz
Name this player who Liverpool bought for £2million in 1998.
Sean Dundee
Vegard Heggem

Jean Michel Ferri
Karl-Heinz Riedle
Name the former French international who scored the only goal for Marseille in the first-ever Champions League final.
Abedi Pele
Pascal Olmeta

Basile Boli
Marcel Desailly
This player scored the winner as Everton upset Man United in the 1995 FA Cup final.
Matt Jackson
Barry Horne

Graham Stuart
Paul Rideout
Name the manager who guided Arsenal to the 1995 Cup Winners' Cup final.
Bruce Rioch
Stewart Houston

Pat Rice
Steve Burtenshaw
Name the Ipswich footballer who scored 32 goals in 84 appearances for the club between 1993 and 1996.
Andy Marshall
Ian Marshall

Gordon Marshall
Scott Marshall
Name the 1991 Ballon d'Or winner, pictured in 2008.
Robert Prosinecki
Lothar Matthäus

Jean Pierre Papin
Stephane Chapuisat
Answer all the questions to see your result!
You scored out of !
Eric Cantona
You're the Eric Cantona of quizzes. You owned 90s football.
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Chris Waddle
A bit inconsistent but impressive at times too.
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Stuart Pearce
You may not be the most gifted at this sort of thing, but you gave it your best shot.
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Francis Benali
You're not very good at this, are you?
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