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Question 1: Pleat writes a regular column for the Guardian newspaper, primarily exploring the tactical side of recent matches[16], and contributes articles to the ________[17].
Daily MailMetro (Associated Metro Limited)Paul DacreThe Mail on Sunday

Question 2: Glenn Moore, writing in ________ in 1995, described the play during Pleat's stint as Tottenham Hotspur manager as "some of the best attacking football of the last two decades".
The IndependentThe TimesThe Sun (newspaper)The Guardian

Question 3: His earliest changes at the club were to bring in Nico Claesen and ________, the latter of whom he paired with Gary Mabbutt in defence, moving Paul Allen into midfield.
Ally McCoistMaurice MalpasRichard GoughPaul McStay

Question 4: [8][10] In September 2003, after the sacking of ________, he took over as caretaker manager for Tottenham Hotspur,[10][11] a position that he held until the end of the season.
Dennis WiseKevin KeeganGlenn HoddlePeter Shilton

Question 5: [8] the board of Tottenhan Hotspur also wanted to bring back ________ as manager, since he had also become available .
Bobby RobsonTerry VenablesGlenn HoddleNeil Warnock

Question 6: [3] During his stint as manager, Tottenham Hotspur reached third place in the First Division, reached the ________ final, and the semi-final of the Football League Cup in the 1986-1987 season.
2009–10 FA CupFA Cup2008–09 FA CupFA Cup Semi-finals

Question 7: He returned to Tottenham Hotspur as ________ in 1998.
Director of footballManchester United F.C.Graeme SounessLiverpool F.C.

Question 8: David John Pleat (born Nottingham, England ________ 1945) is a former football English player turned manager and sports commentator.
January 12January 15March 4January 22

Question 9: His first actions as manager for Sheffield Wednesday, a position which he took over from ________, were to add Mick Walker and Danny Bergara to the youth management and Mark Pembridge and Marc Degryse to the first team.
Steve BruceNeil WarnockTerry VenablesTrevor Francis

Question 10: In August 2006, Pleat returned to his first and home club, Nottingham Forest, this time as a football consultant, a job which included advising Forest manager ________ and scouting potential sightings.
Colin CalderwoodNigel PearsonJoe KinnearGary Megson
















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