Dorinel Munteanu

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Dorinel Munteanu
Dorinel Munteanu 2013.jpg
Munteanu coaching Mordovia Saransk in 2013
Personal information
Full name Dorinel Ionel Munteanu
Date of birth (1968-06-25) 25 June 1968 (age 48)
Place of birth Grădinari, Romania
Height 1.69 m (5 ft 6 12 in)
Playing position Defensive midfielder
Central Midifielder
Left midfielder
Club information
Current team
CSMȘ Reșița (technical director)
Youth career
1985–1987 Metalul Bocșa
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1986–1987 Metalul Bocșa
1987–1988 CSM Reșița
1988–1989 Olt Scornicești 33 (2)
1989–1991 Inter Sibiu 47 (7)
1991–1993 Dinamo București 67 (27)
1993–1995 Cercle Brugge 68 (13)
1995–1999 1. FC Köln 133 (18)
1999–2003 VfL Wolfsburg 101 (11)
2003–2005 Steaua București 32 (2)
2005–2006 CFR Cluj 26 (0)
2006–2007 Argeș Pitești 3 (0)
2007–2008 Vaslui[1] 16 (0)
2009[3] Universitatea Cluj[2] 0 (0)
Total 528 (80)
National team
1991–2007[4] Romania 134 (16)
Teams managed
2005–2006 CFR Cluj
2006–2007 Argeș Pitești
2007–2008 Vaslui
2008 Universitatea Cluj
2008 Steaua București
2009 Universitatea Cluj
2009–2012 Oțelul Galați
2012 Dinamo București
2012–2013 Mordovia Saransk
2013 Kuban Krasnodar
2014 Gabala
2015 Astra Giurgiu
2017 Zakho FC
2017– CSMȘ Reșița (technical director)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Dorinel Ionel Munteanu (Romanian pronunciation: [doriˈnel munˈte̯anu]; born 25 June 1968) is a Romanian football manager, currently technical director for CSMȘ Reșița and former midfielder.

Club career[edit]

Munteanu was born in Grădinari. He started his football career playing for Metalul Bocșa, a team which offered him the first chance to play in Divizia B in 1986. After a year he went to play for FCM Reșița and then in 1988 for FC Olt, while 1989 found him at FC Inter Sibiu.

Dinamo Bucharest bought him from FC Inter Sibiu in 1991 only to sell him to Cercle Brugge two years later. After two years in Belgium, he moved to Germany to play for 1. FC Köln and VfL Wolfsburg until 2003.

In 2003, aged 35, he was released from his contract by VfL Wolfsburg and signed with Steaua București as a free agent, only to leave the club in 2005 after a conflict with the club's Chief Executive Mihai Stoica and join the squad of CFR Cluj Napoca.

International career[edit]

Dorinel won his first cap for Romania in 1991 while still at FC Inter Sibiu. Since then he was a very important part of the national team of Romania, playing in various positions such as left back, left midfielder and playmaker.

In 2001, he won his 100th cap in a game against Hungary in Budapest and four years later he won the 126th cap, making him the most capped Romanian footballer. He has a total of 134 caps.

Munteanu scored 16 goals for Romania and played at the 1994 FIFA World Cup, UEFA Euro 1996, 1998 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 2000.

International goals[edit]

Scores and results list Romania's goal tally first. "Score" column indicates the score after the player's goal.
Goal Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1 21 December 1991 Cairo International Stadium, Cairo, Egypt  Egypt 1–1 1–3 Friendly
2 24 December 1991 Port Said Stadium, Port Said, Egypt  Egypt 1–0 1–1 Friendly
3 7 June 1995 Stadionul Ghencea, Bucharest, Romania  Israel 2–1 2–1 UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying
4 15 October 1995 Všešportový areál, Košice, Slovakia  Slovakia 2–0 2–0 UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying
5 6 September 1997 Sportpark, Eschen, Liechtenstein  Liechtenstein 5–0 8–1 World Cup 1998 Qualifying
6 6 September 1997 Sportplatz, Eschen, Liechtenstein  Liechtenstein 6–0 8–1 World Cup 1998 Qualifying
7 6 September 1997 Sportplatz, Eschen, Liechtenstein  Liechtenstein 7–1 8–1 World Cup 1998 Qualifying
8 10 October 1998 Estádio das Antas, Porto, Portugal  Portugal 1–0 1–0 UEFA Euro 2000 Qualifying
9 5 June 1999 Stadionul Ghencea, Bucharest, Romania  Hungary 2–0 2–0 UEFA Euro 2000 Qualifying
10 9 June 1999 Stadionul Ghencea, Bucharest, Romania  Azerbaijan 2–0 4–0 UEFA Euro 2000 Qualifying
11 20 June 2000 Stade du Pays de Charleroi, Charleroi, Belgium  England 2–2 3–2 UEFA EURO 2000 Group A
12 28 March 2001 Boris Paichadze Stadium, Tbilisi, Georgia  Georgia 1–0 2–0 World Cup 2002 Qualifying
13 27 March 2002 Stadionul Gheorghe Hagi, Constanța, Romania  Ukraine 1–0 4–1 Friendly
14 7 September 2002 Koševo Stadium, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina  Bosnia and Herzegovina 2–0 3–0 UEFA Euro 2004 Qualifying
15 12 February 2003 Neo GSZ Stadium, Larnaca, Cyprus  Slovakia 1–1 2–1 Friendly
16 29 March 2003 Stadionul Lia Manoliu, Bucharest, Romania  Denmark 2–1 2–5 UEFA Euro 2004 Qualifying

Coaching career[edit]

After leaving Steaua București, Munteanu is offered the position of player-manager at CFR Cluj. In this first managerial job, he took the team to the Intertoto Cup final in 2005 and finished fifth in Divizia A at the end of the 2005–06 season. During the first half of the 2006–07 season, despite a good start (six wins, two draws, two defeats) with CFR Cluj, Munteanu announced he resigns his position at the club, due to interference with his decisions and lack of support from the club management. Munteanu had a pending offer from FC Argeș Pitești and he decided to accept it, despite the team being bottom of the first league after 10 games. Towards the end of the season, due to impossibility of avoiding the relegation of Argeș Pitești, he was sacked, only to be confirmed in short time as the new manager of Liga 1 team FC Vaslui. He has stated that he also intends to continue his playing career at FC Vaslui. He came back as head coach of FC Universitatea Cluj in September 2008, but only after seven games he quit to go to Steaua București. And again, after only eight games, he was dismissed by the club's president, George Becali.

After a short spell at Universitatea Cluj, in July 2009 he signed a contract with Oțelul Galați. In the first season under his command, the team finished eighth. The next season, Oțelul started the season with four wins in the first six games and climbed on top of the championship. They finished first the Autumn part of the season, and what seemed to be only a flash in the pan, became one of the biggest surprises in the Romanian football. Oțelul maintained its position throughout the Spring season and became Romanian champion for the first time in their history. Munteanu was seen as the primary factor for this success.

The following season, under Munteanu's guidance, Oțelul took part in the UEFA Champions League group stage, but failed to gain a single point. In the championship, Oțelul finished sixth and didn't qualify for the European competitions.

The 2012–13 season started badly for Oțelul who won the game in the first round, against CSMS Iași, but then registered five consecutive games without a win. As a consequence, Dorinel Munteanu resigned.

In November 2012, he was installed as a head coach at Dinamo București.[6][7] After only one month and four games in charge at Dinamo, Munteanu resigned at the end of 2012, citing the wish to follow his dream to coach abroad.[8] Just a day later, on 28 December 2012, Munteanu signed a contract for one and a half years with Mordovia Saransk.[9] On 1 August 2013, he took charge of Russian side Kuban Krasnodar,[10] before being sacked on 12 October of the same year. On 14 June 2014, Munteanu was appointed as manager of Gabala FK.[11] Munteanu was relieved of his duties as manager on 8 December 2014, following four wins in sixteen matches.[12]

Career statistics[edit]

Manager[edit]

As of 9 December 2014.
Team From To Record
G W D L GF GA GD Win %
CFR Cluj 1 July 2005 2 October 2006 40 20 10 10 58 38 +20 50.00
FC Argeș 5 October 2006 26 April 2007 18 3 7 8 12 17 −5 16.67
FC Vaslui 1 July 2007 5 April 2008 26 11 9 6 39 22 +17 42.31
FC Universitatea Cluj 26 August 2008 26 October 2008 10 5 1 4 12 12 +0 50.00
FC Steaua București 27 October 2008 15 December 2008 5 1 4 0 4 3 +1 20.00
FC Universitatea Cluj 1 April 2009 30 June 2009 12 4 5 3 14 9 +5 33.33
FC Oțelul Galați 8 July 2009 30 August 2012 112 51 28 33 126 102 +24 45.54
FC Dinamo București 15 November 2012 27 December 2012 4 2 2 0 8 5 +3 50.00
FC Mordovia Saransk 28 December 2012 5 June 2013 11 3 2 6 12 16 −4 27.27
FC Kuban Krasnodar 6 June 2013 12 October 2013 18 7 5 6 20 20 +0 38.89
Gabala FK 14 June 2014 8 December 2014 16 4 5 7 18 26 −8 25.00
Total 272 111 78 83 323 270 +53 40.81

Honors[edit]

Playing career
Period Team Titles
1989–91 Inter Sibiu 1991 – Balkans Cup
1991–93 Dinamo București 1992 – Championship
2003–05 Steaua București 2005 – Championship
Coaching career
2009–12 Oțelul Galați 2011 – Championship
2011 – Supercup

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dorinel Munteanu, antrenor-jucator la Steaua
  2. ^ Dorinel Munteanu revine la Universitatea Cluj ca antrenor-jucator
  3. ^ http://www.ziare.com/dorinel-munteanu/antrenor/dorinel-munteanu-antrenor-jucator-la-steaua–441992 Dorinel Munteanu, antrenor-jucator la Steaua
  4. ^ Mamrud, Roberto (16 March 2012). "Dorinel Munteanu - Century of International Appearances". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. Retrieved 1 February 2013. 
  5. ^ http://sport.hotnews.ro/stiri-fotbal–5619943-liga–2-dorinel-munteanu-revine-universitatea-cluj-antrenor-jucator.htm Dorinel Munteanu revine la Universitatea Cluj ca antrenor-jucator
  6. ^ "Dorinel Munteanu la Dinamo" (in Romanian). fcdinamo.ro. 15 November 2012. Retrieved 1 February 2013. 
  7. ^ "Dorinel Munteanu, noul antrenor al echipei Dinamo după ce Bonetti şi-a reziliat contractul" (in Romanian). Mediafax. 14 November 2012. Retrieved 1 February 2013. 
  8. ^ "Multumim, Dorinel Munteanu!" (in Romanian). fcdinamo.ro. 27 December 2012. Retrieved 1 February 2013. 
  9. ^ ДОРИНЕЛ МУНТЯНУ - ГЛАВНЫЙ ТРЕНЕР ФК «МОРДОВИЯ» (in Russian). fc-mordovia.ru. 28 December 2012. Retrieved 1 February 2013. 
  10. ^ http://www.uefa.com/uefaeuropaleague/news/newsid=1978406.html
  11. ^ ""Qəbələ"nin yeni baş məşqçisi - Dorinel Muntyanu". http://gabalafc.az (in Azerbaijani). Gabala FK. Retrieved 15 June 2014.  External link in |website= (help)
  12. ^ "Эксклюзив: Мунтяну увольняют из Габалы". www.azerifootball.com/ru (in Russian). Azerifootball. 9 December 2014. Retrieved 9 December 2014. 

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