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Quiz: How well do you remember the Premier League 1999-2000 season?

Looking back on when Man United won the league by 18 points and Roy Keane was named Player of the Year.

Man United triumphed ultimately. How many Premiership titles had they won by the end of the season?

Who finished top scorer that season?
Alan Shearer
Dwight Yorke

Kevin Phillips
Michael Bridges
Which of these Irish players didn't make the PFA Team of the Year?
Roy Keane
Ian Harte

Gary Kelly
Damien Duff
Which team finished bottom of the table with what was, at the time, a record Premiership low of just 24 points?
Bradford City

Sheffield Wednesday
Which Irish player finished as top scorer that season?
Niall Quinn
Robbie Keane

Dominic Foley
Roy Keane
A 1-0 loss on the final day to which team cost Liverpool a Champions League place?
Derby County
Bradford City

Which team managed to finish 14th despite going the entire season without an away win?
West Ham

Who was named PFA Young Player of the Year?
David Beckham
Harry Kewell

Rio Ferdinand
Nick Barmby
Man United lost only three matches all season, including a 5-0 defeat against which team?

Per the figures of, which of these high-profile signings cost the most?
Thierry Henry
Emile Heskey

Chris Sutton
Massimo Taibi
Answer all the questions to see your result!
You scored out of !
Top of the pile, you really were paying attention.
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You scored out of !
Not too bad at all. If you'd paid a little more attention you could have won the gold.
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You scored out of !
The questions just didn't suit you this time. Maybe try against next time.
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You scored out of !
Wooden spoon
There's not much we can say about that. Do you even like sport?
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Originally published at 07.00

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