Turkey part ways with national team coach Terim

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  • Wednesday, 26 Jul 2017

Czech Republic v Turkey - EURO 2016 - Group D - Stade Bollaert-Delelis, Lens, France - 21/6/16 - Turkey's head coach Fatih Terim during the match. REUTERS/Carl Recine Picture Supplied by Action Images

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey coach Fatih Terim has left his job two weeks after being involved in a brawl in a west coast holiday town, the Turkish Football Federation (TFF) said in a statement on Wednesday.

The 63-year-old former Fiorentina, AC Milan and Galatasaray manager was seen in television footage fighting with a restaurant owner. Turkish media said he and his sons-in-law left five men injured after the incident.

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