Ștefan Coidum

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Ștefan Coidum
Personal information
Date of birth (1930-12-28)28 December 1930
Place of birth Bucharest, Romania
Date of death 27 February 2015(2015-02-27) (aged 84)
Place of death Bucharest, Romania
Playing position Midfielder
Youth career
Unirea Tricolor București
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1950–1952 Partizanul Petroșani 3 (0)
1952–1954 Dinamo Bacău
1954–1957 Minerul Petroșani 57 (3)
1957–1959 Farul Constanța 5 (0)
1959–1960 Prahova Ploiești
Total 65 (3)
Teams managed
1963–1964 Ceahlăul Piatra Neamț
1964–1966 CSM Reșița
1966–1968 Jiul Petroșani
1968–1971 Universitatea Craiova
1971–1972 Crișul Oradea
1972–1973 Jiul Petroșani
1973–1974 Argeș Pitești
1974–1975 FC Galați
1975–1977 Electroputere Craiova
1977–1978 Corvinul Hunedoara
1978–1979 Șoimii Sibiu
1979–1981 CS Târgoviște
1981–1982 Metalul București
1982–1985 Brașov
1986–1987 ASA Târgu Mureș
1987–1988 Bihor Oradea
1988 Rapid București
1988–1990 Carpați Mârșa
1990–1991 ASA Târgu Mureș
1991–1992 Inter Sibiu
1992–1994 Maramureș Baia Mare
1994–1995 Bihor Oradea
1998–1999 Chimica Târnăveni
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 12 January 2017

Ștefan Coidum (28 December 1930 – 27 February 2015) was a Romanian professional footballer and manager. Even if he did not have a long footballer career, playing only 10 years in a little over 60 Divizia A matches, Coidum impressed much more as a football manager. In his 35-year career, in which he trained 18 different teams, Ștefan Coidum earned its reputation as an expert of promotions succeeding no more than 6 promotions in the first league, with: CS Târgoviște, Brașov, ASA Târgu Mureș (2), Bihor Oradea and Maramureș Baia Mare. He also led Universitatea Craiova and Argeș Pitești in the European Cups.[1][2]

Honours[edit]

CS Târgoviște
Brașov
ASA Târgu Mureș
Bihor Oradea
Maramureș Baia Mare

References[edit]

  1. ^ "A decedat Ștefan Coidum, fost antrenor al Universității Craiova • GAZETA de SUD". 1 March 2015.
  2. ^ "UITARE CRASĂ". 16 January 2016.

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