Baxter quits Helsingborgs

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“I have to feel that everything is one hundred percent right, I have to feel that things are good in a club, otherwise I don’t function as a coach or a human being," Baxter said.

“This is not a decision that I took during a short time period, it has grown during the last two months.”

The club said Baxter's decision came as a surprise because the Englishman only last week steered the side into the last 32 of the Uefa Cup.

A replacement has yet to be named for Baxter, who took the job in 2006 and helped the club win the Swedish Cup that same year.