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Question 1: For the season 1989-1990, Denizli signed a contract with the German second league side ________.
Arminia BielefeldTSV 1860 M├╝nchenAlemannia AachenMSV Duisburg

Question 2: In the season 1988-1989, he reached the semi-finals of the UEFA Champions League with Galatasaray, but the road to the final was blocked by ________.
RomaniaCSA Steaua Bucure┼čtiSports clubFC Steaua Bucure┼čti

Question 3: He also reached the quarterfinals of the ________ with Pas, where he was knocked out 4-4 on aggregate by Al Ain.
AFC Champions League2008 AFC Champions League2007 AFC Champions LeagueAFC Cup

Question 4: At the ________, Turkey played quarter finals with him, first time ever in the countryÔÇÖs history.
UEFA Euro 2000 squadsUEFA Euro 1996UEFA European Football ChampionshipUEFA Euro 2000

Question 5: Denizli is the first Turkish coach of Fenerbah├že ever to win the league championship, but he enjoyed a rather poor Champions League run with defeats against FC Barcelona and ________.
SV Werder BremenBayer 04 LeverkusenHamburger SV1. FC K├Âln

Question 6: In August 2006, Denizli was hired as the manager of the Iranian giants, Persepolis F.C., after ________ was fired.
Jozef VliersErnst HappelArie HaanGeorg Ke├čler

Question 7: Mustafa Denizli (born 10 November 1949 in ─░zmir, ________) is a Turkish former football player, an international coach and football director of Besiktas.
CroatiaTurkish peopleTurkeyCyprus

Question 8: He also is the only soccer manager in Turkish Soccer history to win the ________ with three different teams.
All-time Turkish Super League tableGalatasaray S.K. (football team)S├╝per LigBe┼čikta┼č J.K.

Question 9:
  • ________'s 11th best national team coach in the world 2000.
    FC BaselInternational Federation of Football History & StatisticsJuventus F.C.FC Red Bull Salzburg

Question 10: In 2002 the ________ wanted to sign Denizli for their 2002 World Cup campaign but due to several problems it was cancelled.
Ghana national football teamC├┤te d'Ivoire national football teamNigeria national football teamCameroon national football team


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