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Kebadze back at Enosis

Published: Friday 18 October 2002, 16.00CET
Cypriot side Enosis Neon Paralimniou FC have re-signed Georgian striker Levan Kebadze.

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Published: Friday 18 October 2002, 16.00CET

Kebadze back at Enosis

Cypriot side Enosis Neon Paralimniou FC have re-signed Georgian striker Levan Kebadze.
Enosis Neon Paralimniou FC have been boosted by the return of Georgian striker Levan Kebadze on a one-year loan from Greek side Iraklis FC.

Important goals
Kebadze's switch to the Ayia Napa club follows the departure of Enosis's Polish forward Henrik Baluzinski, and the player said: "I realised that I wouldn't get into the first team at Iraklis so I took up Paralimniou's offer." Kebadze helped Iraklis qualify for the 2002/03 UEFA Cup, scoring important goals against AEK Athens FC and Panathinaikos FC.

Relegation zone
Enosis are fourth from bottom of the Cypriot first division with five points from seven games. Their last three games have offered some encouragement, however, draws against AEL Limassol FC and AEK Larnaca FC sandwiching a 6-0 victory over Aris Limassol FC.

Last updated: 25/10/02 11.51CET

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