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JPN M: Wolfdogs Nagoya part ways with Tommi Tiilikainen

by WoV
source: Wolfdogs Nagoya

On the club's Instagram account, Wolfdogs Nagoya announced that they are parting ways with coach Tommi Tiilikainen.




Tiilikainen arrived in Nagoya in the 2017/2018 season as assistant coach, and from 2018/2019 he took over as head coach from legendary Swedish coach Anders Kristiansson. Prior to coming to Japan, he spent one season in Germany as coach of SWD powervolleys Duren. 

It was rumored that he would lead the Polish team Cuprum Lubin next season, but the latest information says that he will replace Italian Roberto Santilli at the helm of the Korean Air Jumbos, the Korean champions for 2020/2021 season.


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