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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Nick describe the school he teaches at?
2. What is the title of the first chapter in this section?
(a) No Apolgy Necessary.
(b) My Ankle.
(c) Gus Caesar.
(d) Welcome to England.
3. What team fails to win for 31 games in this section?
(c) Nottingham Forest.
4. What football team does Neil support?
5. What team does Arsenal play on the nineteenth of August 1987?
6. What does Nick's girlfriend think of the experience of watching Arsenal play?
7. What does Nick realize about himself in comparison to the other Arsenal players?
(a) He has less money than most of them.
(b) He is more talented than most of them.
(c) He is more intelligent than most of them.
(d) He is older than most of them.
8. What position does Brady play in?
9. Who does Arsenal lose to in the 1978 FA Cup final?
(b) Manchester Utd.
(c) Aston VIlla.
10. What does Hornby quit teaching to become?
(a) An artist.
(b) A writer.
(c) A musician.
(d) A lawyer.
11. Who scores Luton's winning goal in the cup final?
(a) Kingsley Black.
(b) Brian Stein.
(c) Lars Elstrup.
(d) David Gray.
12. Which of Nick's friends is even more fanatical about football than Nick?
13. What does Nick do while his friends take his girlfriend to the medics?
(a) Breaks down.
(b) Calls his mother.
(c) Stays at the game.
(d) Calls the girl's mother.
14. What does Nick say he cheers during the West Ham Arsenal game?
(a) An own goal.
(b) A streaker.
(c) A red card.
(d) A bad foul.
15. What is the name of Arsenal's new manager?
(a) Bruce Rioch.
(b) Arsene Wenger.
(c) Liam Lawrence.
(d) George Graham.
Short Answer Questions
1. What captivates Jonathan about football?
2. What country does England play in this section?
3. What does Nick force his girlfriend to admit after he sulks after a game?
4. What is Nick working to become at the end of this section?
5. Why do know fans ever come to Caesar's defense?
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