Dan Anghelescu

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Dan Anghelescu
Personal information
Full name Dan Anghelescu
Date of birth (1958-10-24) 24 October 1958 (age 59)
Place of birth Romania
Teams managed
Sportul Studenţesc
IMUC Bucharest
Nehoiu Buzău
Gloria Iris Corneşti
Juventus București
Coresi Bucureşti
FC Ciorogarla
1999–2000 US Chaouia
2000 US Ouerlgla
2001–2003 Jendouba Sports Tunisie
2003 ASAM
2003–2005 USM Blida
2005–2006 NA Hussein Dey
2006–2007 ASFA Yennega
2007 Mouloudia Béjaïa
2008 Niger
2009–2010 AS Salé
2012–2014 JSM Chéraga
2017 RC Kouba

Dan Anghelescu (born 24 October 1958) is a retired Romanian football player and currently coach. He lastly managed RC Kouba in the Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 2.

He has made a resume by promoting teams from inferior leaguers, and players, in Romania, before he decided to go to Africa and coach there, in 1999. He trained teams in Algeria,[1][2] Tunisia, Burkina Faso and Niger.

He was manager of the Niger national football team between June and December 2008.[3]

He led JSM Chéraga for the first time to the semifinals of the 2013–14 Algerian Cup.[4]


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