Merab Jordania, in Georgian: მერაბ ჟორდანია (born 30 September 1960 in Lanchkhuti), is a retired Georgian footballer.
He is currently the owner and chairman of Dutch football club Vitesse Arnhem.
Club career 
During his career he played for Dinamo Tbilisi (1980–81, 1984–87), Torpedo Kutaisi (1982–1983) and FC Guria Lanchkhuti (1988–90).
Managerial and presidential career 
Later, in 1998-2005 he was the president of Georgian Football Federation. In 2003 he was one of the temporary managers of Georgia national football team.
Vitesse Arnhem 
In August 2010, he bought financially troubled Vitesse. He followed-up by acquiring the services of new players and replacing manager Theo Bos with the unexperienced Albert Ferrer, a former Spanish international defender. The current manager, as of 2012, is Fred Rutten.
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