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Frankly outstanding

Frank Lampard's feats, percentage of English goals, doubles and the race for Europe... Martin Tyler's back!

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Robert Henry (Chelsea fan) says...

In next season's Premier League there will be four teams beginning with the letter W.Is this the first time this will have happened in top tier history?

Posted 15:16 3rd May 2010

John Genco (Manchester United fan) says...

Hi Martin, I was hoping you could answer this question: Has anybody in Premier League history (or top flight history) had a perfect record at home. That is to say, won every game, lost none and drew none? Thanks and can't wait to hear you in the States for the World Cup!

Posted 20:57 2nd May 2010

Colin Peacocke (Hibernian fan) says...

Cracking Questions Martin, 7 players have won both player and young player of the year. Andy Gray Ian Rush Mark Hughes Ryan Giggs Wayne Rooney Steve Gerrard Cristiano Ronaldo Cheers

Posted 11:33 2nd May 2010

Robert Rostron (Blackburn Rovers fan) says...

Hi Martin, big fan of your column. I once heard that my team, Blackburn Rovers, are the only English team to win a trophy in three different centuries, (ie 19th, 20 and 21st century.) I was wondering if you could please confirm this? Thanks big man.

Posted 15:10 30th April 2010

Jordan O'keeffe (Manchester United fan) says...

Andy Gray Cristiano Ronaldo Ryan Giggs Wayne Rooney Steven Gerrard Mark Hughes Ian Rush and only Gray and Ronaldo Won it in the same year !

Posted 19:37 29th April 2010

James Dick (Aston Villa fan) says...

Martin, Love the column, really good stuff! I wasn't surprised to see Lamps finally hit the 20 league goal mark this season, however it does feel a quiet season compared to some of his earlier seasons under Mourinho where it seemed he scored from all angles. My question is this - how many goals have come from the spot from Lamps this season, and what is the record number of goals in the Premier League without penalties considered? I seem to remember Andy Johnson getting 20 a few seasons go with a high proportion of pens! Thanks, James.

Posted 13:13 29th April 2010

Rob Taylor (Newcastle United fan) says...

The winners of both are Andy Gray, Cristiano Ronaldo, Ian Rush, Mark Hughes, Steven Gerrard, Ryan Giggs, and Wayne Rooney

Posted 10:03 29th April 2010

Alan Hiscutt (Tottenham Hotspur fan) says...

Hi Andy! From memory Wayne Rooney Cristiano Ronaldo Andy Gray Ryan Giggs Ian Rush And Steven Gerrard I dont THINK there are others, I remember Le Tissier coming close but dont think he ever won the senior award, Fabregas has yet to win the Senior award. So just the 6 I THINK.

Posted 08:44 29th April 2010

Homzie D (Manchester United fan) says...

Martin, excellent column as ever. I absolutely enjoy your commentary with Andy Gray which I always look forward to. My query for you is have a set of brothers scored for the same team in the same match? Thanks and Cheers from a very hot and humid Bombay.

Posted 16:29 28th April 2010

John Miller (Chesterfield fan) says...

The Players to have won both the PFA Player of the Year award and Young Player of the Year are Andy Gray, Wayne Rooney, Cristiano Ronaldo, Ryan Giggs, Steven Gerrard, Ian Rush and Mark Hughes. Gray and Ronaldo did it in the same year

Posted 09:58 28th April 2010

Ahmad Bashter (Aston Villa fan) says...

Answer of the teaser: Andy Gray (same season), Ian Rush, Mark Hughes, Steven Gerrard, Cristiano Ronaldo, Ryan Giggs and Wayne Rooney respectively

Posted 07:26 28th April 2010

Gurvinder Sahota (Arsenal fan) says...

The answers are Andy Gray, Ian Rush, Mark Hughes, Ryan Giggs, Steven Gerrard, Cristiano Ronaldo and Wayne Rooney.

Posted 23:22 27th April 2010

Ben Chia (Arsenal fan) says...

Players who have won both PFA Player and Young Player of the Year: Andy Gray (of course), Ian Rush, Mark Hughes, Ryan Giggs, Steven Gerrard, Wayne Rooney, Cristiano Ronaldo. I think that should be all.

Posted 19:44 27th April 2010

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