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Ribeiro Moraes is, officially, Gloria Bistrita’s player. But not for long!

May 26, 2010 1 comment

Brought on a loan from Santos, with the option to make the deal permanent for 200.000 Euros, Aluisio Chaves Ribeiro Junior Moraes is probably the best deal in Gloria Bistrita’s history! The Brazilian forward, who came to Romania through Marius Sumudica’s still active contacts from Portugal, was on fire and impressed with every single appearance in Liga I. In 17 matches, he scored 9 goals, an impressive and decisive feat for Gloria’s survival in the league, which attracted interest from every single big club from Romania.

Obviously, Gloria moved quickly and paid the 200.000 Euros, offering the 23 years old a contract that has a release clause of 2 million Euros. And it won’t be a surprise to see it paid in a month or so ;-).

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Vazquez already facing the axe

February 15, 2010 Leave a comment
  • Presented as the man who will replace the prolific Gigel Bucur, recently tranferred to Kuban Krasnodar, Pablo Osvaldo Vazquez is already in a delicate spot at FC Timisoara. Even though a contract has been signed, it hasn’t been registered with the Romanian Professional League, as the club wanted to be sure that the Argentinian striker will stay fit during this long and difficult training period and that he’ll confirm everyone’s expectations during the friendly games. Now that his performances have been rather poor, Timisoara wants to renegotiate the deal and include a clause that would allow the club to release him in the summer, without having to pay compensation.
  • Gazeta Sporturilor presented an interesting overview of the mercato period in Romania, highlighting the clubs’ search for free players and loan deals. 66 of the 78 players transferred this winter came for free. The top spenders are FC Timisoara (1,2 mil. EUR), FC Vaslui (1 mil. EUR) and CFR Cluj (750.000 EUR). Steaua didn’t spend 1 euro as a transfer fee, while champions from Unirea Urziceni didn’t complete a single transfer!
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