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Temuri Ketsbaia quits as Georgia manager

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Temuri Ketsbaia had already said he would walk away.

Temuri Ketsbaia has stuck to his pledge to quit as Georgia manager.

The former Newcastle striker said that Friday's European Championship qualifier with Poland would be the final game of his five-year tenure as a result of a shocking start to their bid to reach France 2016.

The 46-year-old said he would leave his post regardless of the result, but a 4-0 loss to Poland was unlikely to result in a change of heart.

"I have already spoken at full length recently so I have nothing new to say,'' he told...

By ESPN Staff
Nov 14, 2014

Highlights: Georgia 0-4 Poland

Poland scored four second-half goals to keep them atop Group B in their Euro 2016 qualifier with Georgia.

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Georgia 0-4 Poland

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Temur Ketsbaia's reign as Georgia coach looked to have ended after Group B leaders Poland romped to a 4-0 victory in their Euro 2016 qualifier in Tbilisi.

Ketsbaia - who had spells in England with Newcastle and Wolves as well as playing for Scottish club Dundee - declared he would resign no matter what the final outcome at the Dinamo Arena, after just one win in their opening matches left Georgia with little hope of qualification.

Poland, though, remain very much on course for booking a place for the...

Georgia defeat Gibraltar for first win of qualifying campaign

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Georgia claimed their first points of the Euro 2016 qualifying campaign with a comfortable 3-0 win over Gibraltar in Portugal.

Goals from Nikoloz Gelashvili, Tornike Okriashvili and Jaba Kankava were enough to get the visitors' Group D challenge up and running, while Gibraltar are still awaiting their opening point and goal in what is their maiden qualifying competition.

Both teams had come into the match without a win so far in qualifying. Gibraltar had conceded 14 goals in defeats to Poland...

 By PA Sport

Own goal the difference as Scotland battle past Georgia

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A fan joins the players on the pitch as Scotland celebrate the winning goal.

Scotland picked up their first three Euro 2016 qualifying points thanks to a nervy 1-0 win over Georgia at Ibrox.

Gordon Strachan's home side were the better team, but it took an own goal in the 27th minute to bring victory.

Georgia keeper Giorgi Loria pushed Shaun Maloney's drive from inside the box onto the leg of defender Akaki Khubutia, and the ball trundled over the line.

The win sets...