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Tero Karhu

Tero Karhu (born 28 September 1979) is a Finnish sport journalist and former footballer who represented FC Viikingit of the Finnish First Division. He usually played as a central midfielder. [1]

Nowadays, Karhu hosts Finnish Premier Division match previews and half time studio broadcasts on Ruutu+. [2] He has also accounced football on Canal+ and MTV3. Karhu worked for Finnish broadcasting company Yle in FIFA World Cup 2014 and UEFA Euro 2016.

During a spell in England, Tero played for Billericay Town and Waltham Forest.

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  1. "Stats Centre: Tero Karhu Facts". TurboScores. Retrieved 16 July 2010.
  2. veikkausliiga.com. 30 June 2020