Hey there sports fans!
The Balls.ie Friday Trivia Challenge has (belatedly) arrived to administer your weekly dosage of quizzy goodness. No doubt you've all been suffering from trivia withdrawl symptoms all week and also badly require a question with which to bamboozle your acquaintances in some dank hostelry this weekend.
Without further ado, here's this week's question.
10 English players have played for non-British teams in the Champions League era (1992-93 season onwards does not include qualification rounds). Name them.
(Question courtesy of Opta)
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The answers: David Beckham, Joe Cole, Brian Deane, Matt Derbyshire, Owen Hargreaves, Steve McManaman, Scott Minto, Michael Owen, Michael Thomas, Jonathan Woodgate.
Colin Brennan was the first in with the correct answers. Make sure to use the sexual prowess that comes from a mention on Balls.ie responsibly.