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Football Italia calcio quiz - Serie A 2001-02

Think you know your Capocannoniere from your catenaccio? Test your Serie A knowledge with Football Italia’s calcio quiz, 2001-02 edition!

Another bout of last round drama was in store for the 2001-02 season as three teams went into the final day with a chance of claiming the Scudetto. Juventus eventually came out on top, beating champions Roma and Inter to the trophy, the Old Lady’s first title since 1997-98.

But Chievo were arguably the story of the season, as the Flying Donkeys took Serie A by storm. They led the table for six rounds before falling away – but still claimed a creditable fifth place in their debut Serie A campaign.

At the other end of the table there were four teams relegated – including one big name. There were nine-goal thrillers, four-goal hauls and managerial disarray. But how much do you remember about this remarkable season? Here are 20 questions to determine if you’re fighting for the title, or dropping into Serie B.

Click the quiz to get started, post your score in the comments below – and buona fortuna!

Play past editions of the Football Italia calcio quiz:

Serie A 1999-00 | Serie A 2000-01

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Have your say...
14/20.
on the 21st April, 2020 at 10:36am
15/20 somewhat surprised myself as this was when Channel 4 coverage started to reduce and I only had internet at college.
on the 7th April, 2020 at 12:47pm
Who won the top score award
on the 4th April, 2020 at 12:10pm

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