147 TS always used a concentric slave regardless of if it was a 1.6 or 2.0 and whether it was 2000 registered or 2010 registered. The only 147 Twinspark that uses a normal release bearing is the Selespeed so this may be what is confusing the issue.
It doesn't matter what model the engine has come from, you are installing it into a 147 with a 147 gearbox so you must use a 147 clutch, the normal clutch kit for your car is a two piece, the concentric slave cylinder is something you buy separately. If you don't want to buy any more parts then just feel to see if the old concentric slave's bearing feels OK and if it is, then you're OK to re-use it. It may leak in the future, if it does you'll have to replace it but thats the risk you take when re-using an old one. You should use the clutch cover plate and clutch friction disc that come off the old broken engine you're taking out.
I think the confusion comes down to the Selespeed clutch kit for the 147 - its actually the same part as found in the GTV 2.0 TS manual.
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