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Mohamed Kallon: Quiz


Question 1: He signed a 4-year contract with Monégasque club AS Monaco before the start of the 2004-2005 season, as the UEFA Champions League runner-up has lost Dado Pršo and ________.
Raúl GonzálezFernando MorientesIker CasillasSpain national football team

Question 2: After he completed his form three level of education (grade 9 in the ________) from St.
CanadaAlaskaUnited StatesPhilippines

Question 3: he also played at ________ with Al-Ittihad
FIFA Club World Cup goalscorers2005 FIFA Club World ChampionshipFIFA Club World Cup2005 FIFA Club World Championship squads

Question 4: Kallon again struggle to get in the starting eleven when he return during 2003-2004 season, primarily due to the rise of young ________ striker Obafemi Martins and the return of Brazilian ace Adriano.
Sierra LeoneKenyaNigeriaSudan

Question 5: Kallon signed a 6 months contract with Greek giants ________ on 29 January 2008.
FC Red Bull SalzburgFK Austria WienAEK Athens F.C.S.L. Benfica

Question 6: The couple celebrated their wedding at the central mosque in ________ on 15 June 2002.
ConakryCape TownAddis AbabaFreetown

Question 7: Kallon tested positive for the banned substance nandrolone after the ________ match against Udinese Calcio on 27 September 2003[6] and was banned from football for eight months.
A.S. RomaSerie AJuventus F.C.F.C. Internazionale Milano

Question 8: [3] With ________, Ronaldo, Álvaro Recoba, Adriano, Hakan Şükür and Nicola Ventola, Kallon originally a 3rd or 4th striker.
Alessandro Del PieroHernán CrespoChristian VieriFrancesco Totti

Question 9: [8] He was impressive during his first season at Monaco, but quickly fell out with French manager ________, and was relegated to the bench in March 2005.
Zinedine ZidaneFranz BeckenbauerDidier DeschampsMarcel Desailly

Question 10: Mohamed Kallon (born 6 October 1979) is a Sierra Leonean international footballer and the biggest and most famous footballer from Sierra Leone, who currently plays for Shaanxi Chanba in ________.
2009 Chinese Super LeagueBeijing Guoan F.C.Asian Football ConfederationChinese Super League


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