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Filipovic, in talks with Ceahlaul

  • Following the sacking of Gigi Multescu, Ceahlaul’s owner started to look around for a foreign coach interested in taking up such a difficult job. Apparently, he immediately found one, as Zoran Filipovic – the former coach of Montenegro’snational team – is expected in Romania to hold talks with Gheorghe Stefan and to follow live the team’s next official game, away at Dinamo. After 19 rounds, Ceahlaul is at the bottom of the standings, with only 13 points, five less than Gloria Bistrita, who closes the safety zone.

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    Marian Iancu

  • With speculation rising that he might be thenext coach sacked in LigaI, Ioan Ovidiu Sabau should feel slightly more secure, after the public backing received from club owner Marian Iancu. But only slightly more secure :-).
  • Although the start of 2010 might look perfect, with six points out of six, trouble is just around the corner at Dinamo, as usual.The Senegalese Ousmane N’Doye, a key player for the Red Dogs, has been caught by the paparazzi leaving a club at 5 o’clock in the morning for the 74th time this season… Threatened with relegation to Dinamo’s reserve team for the 53rd time, the midfielder managed to anger his team-mates, who now face longer spells in training camps before the games. N’Doye should now have slim chances to extend the deal that will expire in the summer, although the club’s board is usually as inconsistent as most of the first team players…
  • Pawel Golanski (27) will hold yet another talk with Steaua’s board, hoping to extend a deal that expires at the end of the season. The Polish full back has been offered one, but he is reluctant to accept 140.000 EUR / season (20.000 EUR over Steaua’s recently announced salary cap) and has already instructed his agent, Jaroslaw Kolakowski, to look around for other interested clubs.
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  1. March 6, 2010 at 7:34 am

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