|Full name||Eugen Moldovan|
|Date of birth||5 November 1961|
|Place of birth||Braşov, Romania|
|1996–1997||Astra Ploieşti A2|
|2013-2014||Shabab Al-Ordon Club|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Eugen Moldovan (Arabic: يوجين مولدوفان, born 5 November 1961 in Braşov), also known as Ojine Moldovane in Morocco, is a Romanian football manager who was most recently the manager of Shabab Al-Ordon Club in Jordan. He has coached several clubs in the Arabic countries, including Lebanon, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Morocco, where he became a favorite at Hassania Agadir. Between 2001 and 2002, he was manager of the Congo national football team.
- "Eugen Moldovan antrenează în Kuwait" (in Romanian). MyTex. 26 July 2011.
- ""MAROCANUL": Eugen Moldovan este identificat cu Hassania Agadir" (in Romanian). MyTex. 13 July 2009.
- "Endzanga appointed new Congo coach". RTÉ Sport. 16 July 2002.
- Eugen Moldovan şi-a stabilit cartierul general în ţările arabe (Romanian)
- Eugen Moldovan interview Hassania Agadir 2009 (French)
- Le Hassania retrouve la compétition 43 ans après (French)
- 33 entraîneurs candidats sélectionneurs des Léopards football A (French)
- Ligue arabe des champions : le Hassania d’Agadir se déplace en Jordanie (French)
- Moldovan, de retour au Hassania d’Agadir (French)
- مالدوفان يقود تدريبات الساحل ويختبر ثلاثة مغاربة (Arabic)
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