Kimmo Tauriainen

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Kimmo Tauriainen (born 16 March 1972) is a Finnish former footballer.

Career[edit]

Tauriainen played in the midfield and is 169 cm in height and weighs in at 72 kg.

He has played for RoPS, KePS, Kontu, FC Jokerit, MyPa and Atlantis FC. He also played one season in Norwegian IK Start. He won the Finnish Cup with Atlantis FC in 2001 and with MyPa in 2004. Tauriainen has also won Finnish championship in 2005 with MyPa.

Tauriainen returned to Atlantis from MyPa in 2006. He had to end his professional career because of knee injury after season 2006.

Personal life[edit]

Nowadays Kimmo works as a sales person in Duosport. Kimmo is also getting married during summer 2009 with singer Maria.

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