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Timo Askolin is the head coach of Allianssi Vantaa football club, a Finnish football club from Vantaa. [1] [2] [3]

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  1. "Timo Askolin ny tränare för Allianssi"Nyheter, 2005-12-01)
  2. "Vantaalaiset jalkapalloseurat perustivat Allianssi Vantaan" mtv3.fi 17.11.2006
  3. "Vantaalle uusi jalkapalloseura Allianssi" 17.11.200 iltalehti.fi