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Roker Report’s Sunday Brainbusters #6: Are you a fountain of Sunderland knowledge? Test yourself!

Here’s some Sunderland related trivia to get your brain moving on this fine Sunday morning. Best of luck, ladies and gents - let us know how you fare!

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The answers are at the bottom - good luck and let us know how you get on...

Question 1...

Which Sunderland midfield general joined Blackpool after representing the club for 12 years between 1966-1978, making well over 400 appearances and lifting the FA Cup?

Question 2...

Which player has made more appearances for Sunderland?

A. Paul Bracewell (1983-1984, 1989-1992 & 1995-1997)

B. Lee Cattermole (2009-2019)

C. John O’Shea (2011-2018)

Question 3...

Which member of Sunderland’s 1973 cup winning side returned to Roker Park as manager of Chelsea when Sunderland were victorious in the 1992 FA Cup Quarter Final via a replay?

Question 4...

How many full England internationals have been hosted by Sunderland at the Stadium of light?

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Question 5...

Who became the first ever goalkeeper to score for Sunderland when he headed home an injury time winner at Pride Park, Derby County v Sunderland in September 2003?

Question 6...

In what year did Sunderland first use squad numbers?

A. 1991

B. 1993

C. 1995

Question 7...

Jermain Defoe finished the 2016/17 season as Sunderland’s top goalscorer as we crashed out of the Premier League under David Moyes. How many league goals did Jermain Defoe score during that season?

A. 9

B. 12

C. 15

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Question 8...

From which French club did Sunderland sign Stéphane Sessègnon in January 2011 for a reported fee of £6 million?

Question 9...

In the summer of 2002, who became Sunderland’s first ever signing that broke the £5 million mark, and which club was he signed from?

And Finally - Question 10...

Between 2007-2016, Sunderland and Newcastle United were in the Premier League together for eight seasons - how many of those seasons saw Sunderland win both league games, home and away, to complete the double over Newcastle United?

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Answers...

1) Bobby Kerr

2) A. [Paul Bracewell – 270 appearances, Lee Cattermole – 247 & John O’Shea – 256]

3) Ian Porterfield

4) 3 [England 2-1 Belgium, October 1999 / England 2-0 Turkey, April 2002 / England 2-1 Australia, May 2016]

5) Mart Poom

6) B. – 1993

7) C. – 15

8) Paris Saint-Germain

9) Tore Andre Flo - £6.75 million, Glasgow Rangers

10) Twice – 2013/14 & 2014/15