Premier League True or False #1

Can you score 100% on these Premier League True or False questions?
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Last updated: December 17, 2019
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1. David O'Leary managed the same amount of Premier League clubs as Martin O'Neill
True
False
David O'Leary - 2: Leeds United and Aston Villa. Martin O'Neill - 3: Leicester City, Aston Villa, Sunderland
2. Liverpool are in the Top 4 of the all-time Premier League table
True
False
Almost 300 points above Tottenham Hotspur in 5th
3. Four teams have only spent a single season in the Premier League
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False
It's three - Barnsley (1997/98), Blackpool (2010/11), Swindon Town (1993/94)
4. Alan Shearer and Chris Sutton were joint-top goalscorers in the 1994/95 season
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False
Shearer was first by 9 goals with 34, with Sutton joint-tenth with 15
5. Both Brian and Nigel Clough have managed in the Premier League
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False
Nigel played under his father in the first Premier League season, but is yet to manage in the top flight
6. Rafael da Silva played for more Premier League clubs than his twin brother Fábio
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False
Both played for Manchester United, with Fábio also playing for QPR, Cardiff and Middlesbrough
7. Les Ferdinand was relegated from the Premier League in two consecutive seasons
True
False
With West Ham United (2002/03) and Leicester City (2003/04)
8. Claudio Ranieri was the third Italian manager to win the Premier League
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False
After Carlo Ancelotti (2009/10) and Roberto Mancini (2011/12)
9. Tim Sherwood is the only one to have played for and managed Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League
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False
He played for the Lilywhites from 1999-2003 and managed them from 2013-2014
10. Carling was the title sponsor of the first Premier League season
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False
There was no title sponsor in the first Premier League season; Carling sponsored it from the second season
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