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Blokhin and Moskva part ways

Published: Thursday 27 November 2008, 11.59CET
Oleh Blokhin has stepped down as coach of FC Moskva by mutual consent. Blokhin joined the club last December on a three-year contract, but has paid the price for finishing ninth in the Premier-Liga, outside the European places. "A coaching life is full of such events, but I don't think ninth place was a bad result," the veteran Ukrainian said.
Published: Thursday 27 November 2008, 11.59CET

Blokhin and Moskva part ways

Oleh Blokhin has stepped down as coach of FC Moskva by mutual consent. Blokhin joined the club last December on a three-year contract, but has paid the price for finishing ninth in the Premier-Liga, outside the European places. "A coaching life is full of such events, but I don't think ninth place was a bad result," the veteran Ukrainian said.
Last updated: 27/11/08 14.47CET

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