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Russell Latapy: Quiz

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Question 1: Following his time at Boavista which ended in 1998, Latapy was recruited by ________ to join the then Scottish First Division outfit, Hibernian.
Scotland national football teamBarry FergusonAlex McLeishGordon Strachan

Question 2: Nominated for the ________'s Off The Ball Overseas Player of the Year in 2004[16]
BBC TelevisionBBC Alba (TV channel)BBC ScotlandBBC Cymru Wales

Question 3: ________ player of the month in August 2006[16][17]
Scotland national football teamScottish Premier League monthly awardsScottish Premier LeagueCeltic F.C.

Question 4: Following his dismissal from Hibernian, Latapy was signed by Scottish Premier League club Rangers, who were managed by ________.
Ronald KoemanHans KraayGuus HiddinkDick Advocaat

Question 5: He then became an assistant to Francisco Maturana for the ________.
Mexico national football teamCosta Rica national football teamTrinidad and Tobago national football teamUnited States men's national soccer team

Question 6: He was part of the Boavista team that won both the 1996–97 ________ and the 1996–97 Portuguese SuperCup Cândido de Oliveira.
2008–09 Taça de PortugalTaça de Portugal2009–10 Taça de Portugal2006–07 Taça de Portugal

Question 7: Latapy was inducted into the '________ Hall of Fame' on November 29, 2008.
Hamilton Academical F.C.St. Johnstone F.C.Dundee United F.C.Falkirk F.C.

Question 8: Russell Nigel Latapy (born 2 August 1968 in ________) is a former professional Trinidad and Tobago football player.
Port of SpainMexico CityKingston, JamaicaBridgetown

Question 9: It was only in Trinidad and Tobago's third World Cup game against Paraguay in ________ that Latapy was called upon in the 67th minute, as Trinidad and Tobago's final substitute.
SpeyerLudwigshafenKaiserslauternWorms, Germany

Question 10: [10] Latapy's performances helped the club win the 2004–05 Scottish First Division championship, which promoted Falkirk into the ________.
Scottish Premier LeagueScottish Premier League monthly awardsCeltic F.C.Scotland national football team







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