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Hong Kong Eastern Long Lions tab coach Eduard Torres - Nov 19, 2016


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Hong Kong Eastern Long Lions (D1) agreed terms with experienced 52-year old Spaniard coach Eduard Torres. He coached most recently at Toros in Venezuelan LPB league.
Torres has coached also professionally in Lebanon, Mexico (Huracanes) and Spain (UCAM Murcia and Girona FC).

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