That agenda for tomorrow's crucial procurement meeting can wait - this is way more important! (Answers at the bottom)
1. Name ‘em. Numbers 1, 8, 21, 11 and 10 were circled from the Portugal line-up that was defeated by Germany in Euro 2008. Who are they?
2. Who missed Portugal’s penalty against England in the Euro 2008 quarter-final shoot-out?
3. How many times have the host nation won the European Championship and in what years?
4. Who Am I
-I made my first-team debut in my home league in 1993, but did not score my first league goal until 1997.
-In the three years between 1998 and 2000 I spent one in the Premier League, then one back in my home country and then another back in the Premier League, with the latter being for a club record sum.
-I also spent another brief period in the Premier League in 2009 at a third club after a six-year-stint in Italy.
-Internationally, I played for my country at the 1996 Olympic Games and against England at Euro 2004.
5. Aston Villa strikers have a strong record at European Championships, as one was top scorer with five goals in 2000 and another matched this tally in 2004. Who are the two players?
6. Seven teams are preparing to play in their fifth successive European Championships. Germany, The Netherlands, Italy, France, Spain and Portugal are six of them, who are the other team?
7. England were unchanged in their three group games at Euro 1996, but three midfielders all made two substitute appearances each in these fixtures and have had spells at Nottingham Forest during their playing careers. Who were they?
8. Only once has the European Championship winners been managed by a manager from a different nationality. Name the team and the manager?
9. COMPETITION QUESTION – Which French defender was sent off against Italy in the Euro 2008 group stages?
For a chance to win a two-course meal with beers and soft drink for eight people at the private dining room of one of the top City restaurants, The Folly, and watch the crucial Group B game between Germany and Holland, simply email your answer to question 9, along with your name and phone number, to email@example.com. You must be over 18 to enter; the winner will be drawn from the correct entries and the deadline to enter is 5pm on Friday June 8.
ANSWERS: Q1 – (clockwise from top left) Ricardo, Armand Petit, Nuno Gomes, Simao Sabrosa, Joao Moutinho. Q2 - Manuel Rui Costa. Q3 - Spain 1964, Italy 1968 and France 1984. Q4 - Olivier Dacourt. Q5 - Savo Milosevic and Milan Baros. Q6 - Czech Republic. Q7 - David Platt, Steve Stone, Nick Barmby. Q8 - Greece 2004 – Otto Rehhagel.