UPDATE1: Soccer: Nagoya Grampus manager Ogura sacked, Tulio returns

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22:19 23 Aug 2016

NAGOYA, Aug. 23, Kyodo

J-League initial multiplication side Nagoya Grampus announced a sacking of a manager and ubiquitous manager Takafumi Ogura on Tuesday and a lapse of longtime defender Marcus Tulio Tanaka.

Ogura, who insincere a twin purpose in November, was asked to take a leave of absence, a common pierce for Japanese pro sports teams wanting to reinstate managers during a season. Grampus are now during a bottom of a second-stage standings with no wins, dual draws and 7 losses.

Under a 43-year-old Ogura, Grampus finished a initial theatre 14th out of 18, and are nonetheless to mangle out of a winless streak, that has reached 17 after a 3-1 better to Kashiwa Reysol on Saturday.

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