08. 01. 2019

ISR W: Maccabi Haifa part ways with the Brazilian player

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The 2000 Sydney Olympics bronze medalist has left the Israeli team…

 

Maccabi Haifa have confirmed the information that Erica Coimbra is no longer a member of this team.

Maccabi Haifa are announcing that we are terminated a contract with Erica Coimbra. Erika, who came here in the last summer, picked up a serious injury and that’s the main reason for contract termination. We are sorry that our cooperation ended in this way. We thank Erica for having her here and we can confirm that the club has agreed with her about the future collaborations – expect surprises,” announce Maccabi Haifa.

Erika Coimbra has won many medals with the national team and she won a lot of title at the club level.

 

See our sections - Transfers - Done Deals and Transfers - Rumors.

 

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1 Comments about "ISR W: Maccabi Haifa part ways with the Brazilian player"

09.01.2019 | 23:45 |   Gustavo [unregistered]

Neither opposite, neither injuried. Erika said in Instagram that your healthless it's perfect and leaves Macaabi for other motives, financials, I think so.

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