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Nagoya Grampus coach and general manager Takafumi Ogura has taken an indefinite leave of absence, sources inside the J. League first division side said Tuesday.

Ogura stepped up to assume his new roles last November, but has failed to save the club from the threat of relegation and has been asked to “take a break” with the club standing at the bottom of the second-stage standings with no wins, two draws and seven losses.

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