Tikur Abay Transport

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Tikur Abay Transport
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Full nameTikur Abay Transport Sport Club
Ground Dessie, Ethiopia
League Ethiopian Premier League

Tikur Abay Transport is an Ethiopian football club, in the city of Dessie, Amhara Region. They play in the Ethiopian Premier League, the top level of professional football in Ethiopia.

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