Klinger steps down as Paralimini coach

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September 18, 2007 00:04

 
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Nir Klinger resigned from his coaching position at Cypriot side Enosis Neon Paralimini on Monday after the team collected just a single point in its first two matches of the season. Klinger, who guided Maccabi Tel Aviv to the Champions League in the 2004/05 season, joined Paralimini last season and led the team to a successful campaign.

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