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Question 1: ________
2010 UEFA European Under-17 Football Championship2009 UEFA European Under-17 Football ChampionshipSpain national under-17 football teamUEFA European Under-17 Football Championship

Question 2:
What is Poland national football team's nickname?
Duck-raising Capital of the Philippines
''The Blue Toon
Biau0142e Oru0142y
The King of Collingwood

Question 3: They first qualified for the European Football Championships in 2008, although they will compete as joint hosts in ________.
UEFA Euro 2012UEFA Euro 2008UEFA European Football ChampionshipUEFA Euro 2016

Question 4: ________ finished with 9 goals under his tally for Poland and was the third overall top scorer in the qualifications only behind David Healy of Northern Ireland (13 goals), and Eduardo of Croatia (10 goals).
Euzebiusz SmolarekPoland national football teamJacek KrzynówekMaciej Żurawski

Question 5:
Who coached the Poland national football team?
Franciszek Smuda
Ottmar Hitzfeld
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John Blair

Question 6: Poland played what would be their last international match before the outbreak of ________ against the 1938 World Cup Runners-up Hungary.
Soviet occupationsCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IIWorld War IISecond Sino-Japanese War

Question 7: Poland began its Euro 2008 qualifying campaign on September 2, 2006 with a 1-3 loss against Finland at Zawisza Stadium in ________.
PoznańGdańskBydgoszczToruń

Question 8: During the late eighties to the late ninety’s Poland’s biggest achievement would be capturing the silver medal at the ________.
1992 Summer OlympicsGermany at the 1992 Summer OlympicsUnited States at the 1992 Summer OlympicsCzechoslovakia at the 1992 Summer Olympics

Question 9: ________
Ghana national under-20 football teamFIFA U-20 World Cup1999 FIFA World Youth Championship2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup

Question 10: ________, who played his club football for Ruch Chorzów at the time, scored four of five goals for Poland, which to date is one of the most impressive individual performances in the history of the World Cup.
Michał MatyasEkstraklasaErnst WilimowskiTeodor Peterek







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