Six decades of Boxing Day matches.

CoymayWith MK Dons having very little history to speak of, there seemed no point in doing the normal sort of quiz this week, so, instead, I’m doing one which has a question for each season that I’ve been watching the club.

All questions will be in the same format with a photo of a player from the side that we played on Boxing Day, or as close to Boxing Day as possible, in every season from 1963/64 to 2014/15.

Good luck with the question and complements of the season to all readers of this blog – I’ll post the answers on here on Boxing Day.

1963/64

Opp 63-64

1964/65

OPP 64-65

1965/66

OPP 65-66

1966/67 – who is the outfield player pictured?

OPP 66-67

1967/68

opp67-68

1968/69

OPP68-69

1969/70

OPP69-70

1970/71

OPP 70-71

1971/72

OPP 71-72

1972/73 opp 72-73

1973/74

OPP 73-74

1974/75

OPP 74-75

1975/76

OPP 75-76

1976/77

opp76-77

1977/78

opp77-78

1978/79

OPP 78-79

1979-80

1980/81

opp80-81

1981/82

opp 81-82

1982/83

opp 82-83

1983/84

OPP 83-84

1984/85

opp 84-85

1985/86

opp 85-86

1986/87

opp 86-87

1987/88

OPP 87-88

1988/89

1989/90

opp 89-90

1990/91

1991/92

opp 91-92

1992/93 – not the German!

oppo 92-93

1993/94

opp 93-94

1994/95

opp 94-95

1995/96

opp 95-96

1996/97

opp 96-97

1997/98

opp 97-98

1998/99 – he’s got a more famous brother

opp 98-99

1999-2000

opp 99-00

2000-01

opp 00-01

2001/02

opp 01-02

2002/03

opp 02-03

2003/04

opp 03-04

2004/05

oppo 04-05

2005/06

opp 05-06

2006/07

opp 06-07

2007/08

opp 07-08

2008/09

opp 08-09

2009/10

opp 09-10

2010/11

opp 10-11

2011/12

opp 11-12

2012/13

opp 12-13

2013/14

opp 13-14

2014/15

opp 14-15

Answers.

63/64. Alan Spavin (Preston).

64/65. Ken Pound (Swansea)

65/66 Stuart Williams (Southampton)

66/67 Barry Dyson (Palace)

67/68 Brian Greenhalgh (Villa)

68/69 Brian Tiler (Villa)

69/70 Mike Gibson (Bristol City)

70/71 John Trollope (Swindon)

71/72 Gary Pendrey (Birmingham)

72/73 Keith Fear (Bristol City)

73/74 Peter Eastoe (Swindon)

74/75 Paul Cheesley (Bristol City)

75/76 Jim Barron (Swindon)

76/77 John Galley (Hereford)

77/78 Trevor Hebberd (Southampton)

78/79 Malcolm Poskett (Brighton)

79/80 Tony Gale (Fulham)

80/81 Jan Moller (Bristol City)

81/82 Don McAllister (Charlton)

82/83 Dave Gwyther (Newport)

83/84 Gary Stanley (Swansea)

84/85 David Langan (Oxford)

85/86 Alan Waddle (Swansea)

86/87 Sean McCarthy (Swansea)

87/88 Jimmy Harvey (Tranmere)

88/89 Chris Coleman (Swansea)

89/90 Mark Harris (Swansea)

90/91 Barry Siddall (Carlisle)

91/92 Jason Lee (Lincoln)

92/93 Jon McCarthy (York)

93/94 John Cornforth (Swansea)

94/95 Paul Evans (Shrewsbury)

95/96 Peter Jackson (Chester)

96/97 Steve McCall (Torquay)

97/98 Paul Tisdale (Exeter)

98/99 Stephen Jagielka

99/00 Darren Caskey (Reading)

00/01 Wayne O’Sullivan (Plymouth)

01/02 Nicky Shorey (Reading)

02/03 Emerson Boyce (Luton)

03/04 Vinny Samways (Walsall)

04/05 Seyi Olofinjana (Wolves)

05/06 David Norris (Plymouth)

06/07 Barry Hayles (Plymouth)

07/08 John Joe O’Toole (Watford)

08/09 Liam Rosenior (Reading)

09/10 Jamie Mackie (Plymouth)

10/11     Lukas Jutkiewicz (Coventry)

11/12 Michael Kightly (Watford)

12/13 Owen Garvan (Palace)

13/14     Paulo Gazzaniga (Southampton)

14/15 Andre Bikey-Amougou (Charlton)

 

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