Moscow - Russian Premier League's Anzhi Makhachkala have
parted ways with coach Yuri Semin, the club said on Tuesday, with the Russian
leaving the team in last place after 10 matches.
The club said on its website (www.fc-anji.ru) the 68
year-old, who had joined in June, left following a mutual agreement between
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"We analysed the situation closely concerning how Anzhi
had played in the first 10 games. However, both sides agreed this would be best
for the club's future," it said in a statement.
Veteran coach Semin had taken over at the club from the
south of Russia three months ago, with the team winning promotion back to
Russia's top flight last season.
Anzhi are currently bottom of the Premier League, having
picked up only six points from 10 matches. They drew their most recent game 1-1
at home to fellow strugglers Ufa.For
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