The Chelsea Quiz Book: 250 Questions on the History and Players
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Chris Cowlin and Kevin Snelgrove


Brief Description: Are you a true fan of the Blues? Do you follow every match? Have you picked up lots of little known facts about Chelsea Football Club along the way? Then the time has come to put your knowledge to the test with this quiz book.
With 250 questions, some easy, some more challenging, this book has been put together to test your memory of the people and places that have shaped the club’s long and successful history.
Can you remember players past and present, their nationalities or how many caps they made for their country? With questions on all aspects of the game including managers, opponents, club honours, and League positions, The Chelsea Quiz Book is certain to have you disputing points with your friends and family to find out who really knows the most about the Blues.
Packed with information, this tribute to Chelsea Football Club is a must-have for all loyal Blues supporters and is guaranteed to score a hit with football enthusiasts everywhere.

Special Note: This book is only available as an ebook.

About the Author: Chris Cowlin: Chris has compiled over one-hundred quiz books and has raised thousands of pounds for various charities with the sales of his books. He has compiled books on football (various clubs), cricket, British television sitcoms, reality television, the Carry On films and many pop stars.
Kevin Snelgrove: Kevin was born in 1960 in Frome, a small town in the countryside of East Somerset. Kevin's first published book was 'The Official Carry On Facts, Figures & Statistics', he then went on to compile many football quiz books.

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Publication Date:12 January 2012
Digital eBook ISBN 13:978-1-908752-22-2
Digital pdf ISBN 13:978-1-908752-23-9
eBook Price (UK):£3.12
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