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Paul Mariner: Quiz


Question 1: He is now manager at the first professional club that he played for, Plymouth Argyle, having previously been the assistant manager for ________.
New England RevolutionNew York Red Bulls2010 New England Revolution season2009 New England Revolution season

Question 2: On 10th December 2009, Mariner replaced ________ as manager of Plymouth Argyle, following a run of poor form which left the Pilgrims second bottom in the Championship.
Gordon StrachanMaurice MalpasPaul SturrockGraeme Souness

Question 3: In May 1989, he signed with the Albany Capitals of the ________.
Lamar Hunt U.S. Open CupNorth American Soccer LeagueAmerican Soccer LeagueFall River Marksmen

Question 4: Meanwhile, at his club Mariner could barely get a game, only playing nine times in 1985–86, including one match as an emergency ________.
Formation (association football)Defender (association football)Association football positionsAssociation football

Question 5: [1] He returned to the Capitals in 1990 as the team now played in the American Professional Soccer League, formed by the merger of the American Soccer League and ________.
F.C. PortlandNorth American Soccer LeagueMajor Indoor Soccer League (1978–1992)Western Soccer Alliance

Question 6: In the fall of 2003 he became an assistant coach at ________.
Harvard UniversityRutgers UniversityHarvard CrimsonBrown University

Question 7: But in the five final England warm-up matches prior to the World Cup in ________, he scored four times, including a stunning solo run and strike against Holland at Wembley.

Question 8: After a spell back in England coaching at ________, he returned to the States to coach youth football at S.C.
Greater ManchesterWiganBolton SchoolNorth West England

Question 9: 18th October 2009, that he was to become the new Head Coach of Plymouth Argyle, with ________ staying on as Team Manager.
Gordon StrachanMaurice MalpasGraeme SounessPaul Sturrock

Question 10: However, they reached the ________ final at Wembley where they memorably beat Arsenal 1–0.
2009–10 FA CupFA Cup2008–09 FA CupFA Cup Semi-finals


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