|Full name||Nicolae Vâlcov|
|Date of birth||23 February 1909|
|Place of birth||Bolgrad, Russian Empire, (now in Ukraine)|
|Date of death||31 March 1970(aged 61)|
|1924–1930||Mihai Viteazu Chişinău|
|1938–1939||Telefon Club Bucureşti|
|1947–1948||Steaua Bucureşti (assistant coach)|
|1953||Progresul Casa Scânteii|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Vâlcov was part of the famous offensive line of Venus Bucureşti in the 1930s, together with his brothers, Petea and Volodea. He was arguably the most talented of the three, with a great header (his most feared weapon) and good anticipation in front of the goal.
The three brothers, originally from Moldova, are included in the list of the greatest football players in the history of club football Venus Bucureşti.
Two of his brothers had final tragics. First, Petea died on the front in 1943 World War II, on the eastern front, fighting the Soviets, And almost over a decade, Volodea left this world due to tuberculosis. Senior Colea was the most longevity. Once after his footballer career, he became a coach for Romania, Steaua Bucureşti and Dinamo Bucureşti.
He is the second manager in the history of Steaua Bucureşti.
- Romanian Cup: 1
- "Sportul in Basarabia sau povestea unei integrari esuate" [The Basarabian sport or the story of a failed integration] (in Romanian). historia.ro. Retrieved 7 October 2017.
- "SPECIAL Situaţie de gradul I în Liga 1. Ce a realizat Silviu Lung jr. prin câştigarea titlului cu Astra. De la fraţii Vâlcov, la fraţii Costea şi familia Piţurcă" [SPECIAL First grade situation in Liga 1. What Silviu Lung jr. accomplished by winning the title with Astra. From the brothers Vâlcov to the brothers Costea and the Piţurcă family] (in Romanian). prosport.ro. Retrieved 7 October 2017.
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