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Mamuka Tsereteli (born 18 January 1979) is a Georgian footballer. Tsereteli started his career at Georgian football giant Dinamo Tbilisi. He was the National team under 21 captain for several years. He played for Latvia, then in Russia. He also played two games in Belgium at the start of the 2001–2002 season. After playing outside Georgia at a young age, he returned to the Caucasus in 2003. Tsereteli capped once in UEFA Euro 2000 qualifying. He was recalled in 2004 and played 3 friendlies.

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  • Mamuka Tsereteli (born 18 January 1979) is a Georgian footballer. Tsereteli started his career at Georgian football giant Dinamo Tbilisi. He was the National team under 21 captain for several years. He played for Latvia, then in Russia. He also played two games in Belgium at the start of the 2001–2002 season. After playing outside Georgia at a young age, he returned to the Caucasus in 2003. Tsereteli capped once in UEFA Euro 2000 qualifying. He was recalled in 2004 and played 3 friendlies.
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  • Mamuka Tsereteli (born 18 January 1979) is a Georgian footballer. Tsereteli started his career at Georgian football giant Dinamo Tbilisi. He was the National team under 21 captain for several years. He played for Latvia, then in Russia. He also played two games in Belgium at the start of the 2001–2002 season. After playing outside Georgia at a young age, he returned to the Caucasus in 2003. Tsereteli capped once in UEFA Euro 2000 qualifying. He was recalled in 2004 and played 3 friendlies. After ending his football playing career, Mamuka Tsereteli began working as a football players' manager and agent, searching for new talent all around the world. Since then, he has earned his UEFA B coaching license and USSF E and F coaching licenses. He currently coaches youth soccer in the Chicago, Illinois area.
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