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Former Bayern coach Klose to take break after thrombosis diagnosis

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World Cup winner Miroslav Klose has been forced to take a break in his coaching career due to thrombosis in his leg and will not take up any coaching position for the time being, he told Kicker magazine on Thursday. “The diagnosis was then a bit of a shock for me. The doctors made it very clear to me that you shouldn’t joke with this situation,” said Klose, who recently left his assistant coach post at Bayern Munich. “They have prescribed almost total rest. I’m not allowed to get a knock, I can’t jog, I can’t swim – but above all I can’t play football. I almost went crazy.” The 42-year-old Klo…

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