The CAST weekly Lockdown Quiz (2)

First of all, here are the answers to last week's Lockdown Quiz:

  1. Everyone knows who scored the first Charlton goal back at The Valley. The recent CACT quiz night reminded us that John Bumstead scored the second. But who scored the third? Amazingly, it was John Bumstead again.
  2. Which was the first club to beat Charlton at The Valley after the return? - Sunderland. I think we can say that we have since had sufficient revenge...
  3. Who was Charlton's leading goalscorer in the 1992/93 season and with how many goals? Alan Pardew (9)
  4. Which club was Lee Power on loan from?  Norwich City
  5. What was unusual about the six Charlton games after the 5th December Portsmouth game?  They were all drawn
  6. Can you name the player from the 5th December game who also played at Wembley in May 1998? John Robinson
  7. The attendance on 5th December was 8,337. In the twelve following games at The Valley that season how many times did the gate reach 8,337? Only three times - against West Ham, Tranmere and Notts Co. 
  8. At the launch of CAST in December 2012 Garry Nelson was asked what his favourite memory of 5th December 1992 was. What was it?  "The look on Alan Pardew's face when he found out he wasn't in the team"
  9. The game after December 5th 1992 was away to Watford. Charlton made one team change. Who missed out and why?  Garry Nelson was suspended, having been sent off for dissent at Wolverhampton on 22nd November. At one point he was worried he would be suspended for the BTTV game.
  10. In February 1993 who became the first elected VIP supporter representative on the CAFC board? Current CAST vice Chair Steve Clarke
This week's quiz tests your of the glorious 1997/98 season:
  1. The largest gate to watch Charlton in a league game in 97/98 (29,414) came on the opening day. Where at?
  2. Charlton won their first home game on 16th August, beating Oxford Utd 3-2. They gave a debut to the youngest ever player to represent the club at senior level - 16 years and 93 days. He beat two previous 16 year-olds, Mark Penfold and Paul Walsh. Who was he?
  3. In his sixth game since joining us, who scored a hat-trick at Norwich in a 4-0 victory in September?
  4. As the season approached it's conclusion, the Charlton Board agreed to pay for 3500 supporters to travel to an away game on Easter Monday which Charlton won 1-0 against the run of play. Who were our opponents?
  5. As Charlton finished the season they did so strongly. In the last eight games they equalled a 74 year club record. What was it?
  6.  Sasa Ilic was in goal for those final games having joined us during the season to bolster our goal-keeping line-up of Andy Petterson and Mike Salmon. Where was Ilic born?
  7. Only one player that season managed a double figure goal tally. That man was Clive Mendonca of course. How many did he score?
  8. In a memorable season at the Valley, Charlton won 17 home games, losing only once. Who beat us?
  9.  Who had been our shirt sponsor throughout the season up until MESH took over for the final?
  10.  Who was the only player to play in all 54 senior games that season?

Answers next week...