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Carlos Gamarra: Quiz

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Question 1: He moved to Independiente for the 1992-1993 football season in ________, but stayed only briefly before moving back to Cerro Porte√Īo.
BrazilChileBuenos AiresArgentina

Question 2: During the ________, Gamarra announced his retirement from the Paraguay national team.
FIFA World Cup goalscorers2006 FIFA World Cup knockout stage2006 FIFA World Cup2006 FIFA World Cup squads

Question 3: At the 2002 World Cup in South Korea and ________, Paraguay were once again knocked out in the second round.
CambodiaUnited KingdomCanadaJapan

Question 4: ________ named him as part of the All-Star team of the World Cup.
CONMEBOLFIFAAsian Football ConfederationUEFA

Question 5: He moved to ________ for the Portuguese 1997-1998 season, before returning to Brazil, this time with SC Corinthians, where he won Serie A Brazilian Championship in 1998.
C.D. NacionalAFC AjaxS.L. BenficaSporting Clube de Portugal

Question 6: The 2001-2002 season was more successful for Gamarra, as he joined ________ in Greece, playing 24 league games and winning the Greek Cup.
Athletic Union of ConstantinopleAEK Athens F.C. season 2007‚Äď08History of AEK Athens F.C.AEK Athens F.C.

Question 7: Gamarra captained the Paraguay side to a silver medal in the football tournament at the 2004 Summer Olympics ________, losing 1-0 to Argentina in the final.
Roller derbyWomen's sportsNetballOlympic Games

Question 8: In his first pre-season, he scored the winning goal in the Pirelli Cup final against ________.
ACF FiorentinaF.C. Internazionale MilanoA.S. RomaJuventus F.C.

Question 9: Carlos Alberto Gamarra Pavón (born February 17, 1971 in Ypacarai, ________) is a former football player.
ArgentinaParaguayUruguayBrazil







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