Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC (hereinafter referred to as Jeonbuk) appointed Dan Petrescu (55 years old), a Romanian football legend, as their 7th manager.스포츠토토
On the 9th, Jeonbuk announced that they would appoint Romania coach Dan Petrescu, who has rich championship experience and a deep understanding of Asian football, as their new coach.
Coach Dan Petrescu, appointed by Jeonbuk, is regarded as a Romanian legend who has left a dazzling footprint as both a player and a manager throughout his football career.
Manager Petrescu was a veteran player who played more than 500 games in Romania, Italy and England for 17 years from 1986 to 2003, and was a key player in Romania’s FCSB (Steahua Bucharest) and England’s Chelsea, winning the league. He has lifted trophies in several cup competitions including.
Coach Petrescu also participated in the World Cup (1994, 1998) and Euro (1996, 2000), playing 95 matches (12 goals) as a Romanian national team player.
Coach Petrescu, who started building his managerial career in his country after his retirement, won the Romanian Cup runner-up (07/08) and the first league championship (08 /09) and began to be recognized for its leadership.
Coach Petrescu, who moved to the Russian stage from 2009, led Kuban Krasnodar, which was in the second division, to win the championship (09/10) and promote the team to the first division. took the baton and led the team.
In 2014, director Petrescu began to make connections with the Asian stage as well. Starting with Qatar’s Al Arabi in 2014, he went through Jiangsu Suning (China) in 2015, Al Nasr (UAE) in 2016, and Guizhou Hengfeng (China) in 2018. In Jiangsu, he lifted the FA Cup trophy and experienced the ACL stage in the 2016 season. did.
Petrescu, who returned to Romania after gaining a wealth of experience in charge of clubs in various countries, has been in charge of CFR 1907 Cluj since 2017 and has played in four leagues (17/18, 18/19, 19/20, 21/22). achieved victory.
Jeonbuk highly appreciated the skills of manager Petrescu, who won four league championships in less than five years in charge of Cluj, which was not close to winning the title.
Coach Petrescu is the second foreign coach in Jeonbuk’s history, and Jeonbuk previously entrusted Portuguese coach Morais with the baton for two seasons starting from the 2019 season.
Meanwhile, new manager Petrescu will start his official career with an inaugural press conference at Hyundai Motor Studio Goyang on the morning of the 14th.