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Harazi blow to Haifa

Published: Wednesday 25 September 2002, 13.22CET
Maccabi Haifa's Alon Harazi could miss the rest of his team's Group F games through injury.
Published: Wednesday 25 September 2002, 13.22CET

Harazi blow to Haifa

Maccabi Haifa's Alon Harazi could miss the rest of his team's Group F games through injury.

Maccabi Haifa FC defender Alon Harazi could miss the rest of the UEFA Champions League first group stage after picking up an injury in last night's Group F win against Olympiakos Piraeus FC.

Two months out
The Israeli international faces two months on the sidelines after tearing a muscle during the second half of Maccabi's 3-0 victory in Nicosia, Cyprus. Harazi limped off after 52 minutes following a collision with Olympiakos's Predrag Djordjevic.

Missing dates
The 31-year-old is expected to miss the group games against Bayer 04 Leverkusen and Manchester United FC in October as well as the return match against Olympiakos on 13 November.

Last updated: 25/09/02 13.40CET

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