List of FC Brașov managers

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Silviu Ploeşteanu in 1963

This is a list of managers who have been in charge at FC Braşov.

Silviu Ploeşteanu[edit]

Silviu Ploeşteanu is the man of records at FC Braşov. In a top of the longest serving football managers at the same club in consecutive years, Mr Silviu Ploeşteanu is fourth with 20 years in charge at Steagul Roşu Braşov (the former name of FC Braşov). Today the club's stadium holds his name. As of 2013, the top six were:[1][2]

1. Guy Roux, 44 years at AJ Auxerre (1961–2005)

2. Sir Alex Ferguson, 27 years at Manchester United (1986–2013)

3. Sir Matt Busby, 24 years at Manchester United (1945–1969)

4. Silviu Ploeşteanu, 20 years at Steagul Roşu Braşov (1948–1968)

5. Valeri Lobanovsky, 16 years at Dinamo Kiev (1974–1990)

6. Bill Shankly, 15 years at Liverpool F.C. (1959–1974) and Eugène Gerards, 15 years at OFI Crete (1985–2000)

Managerial history[edit]

The list of the FC Braşov managers, as remembered by the statistics:[3][4][5][6][7][8]

Season League Manager Period Rounds Position
1948–49 Divizia C Romania Silviu Ploeşteanu
1950
1951 Divizia B 4th
1952 6th
1953 6th
1954 4th
1955 9th
1956 1st (P)
1957–58 Divizia A 7th
1958–59 7th
1959–60 2nd
1960–61 5th
1961–62 4th
1962–63 6th
1963–64 6th
1964–65 4th
1965–66 5th
1966–67 7th
1967–68 14th (R)
1968–69 Divizia B Romania Nicolae Proca All rounds 1st (P)
1969–70 Divizia A Romania Valentin Stănescu All rounds 8th
1970–71 5th
1971–72 Romania Nicolae Proca All rounds 5th
1972–73 7th
1973–74 3rd (Q1)
1974–75 Round 1 to round 22 16th (R)
Romania Alexandru Meszaros Round 23 to round 34
1975–76 Divizia B 3rd
1976–77 2nd
1977–78 5th
1978–79 2nd
1979–80 1st (P)
1980–81 Divizia A 8th
1981–82 Romania Nicolae Pescaru All rounds 13th
1982–83 Round 1 to round 7 16th (R)
Romania Ştefan Coidum Round 8 to round 34
1983–84 Divizia B All rounds 1st (P)
1984–85 Divizia A Round 1 to round 18 12th
Romania Marcel Goran Round 23 to round 34
1985–86 Round 1 to round 18 11th
Romania Costică Ştefănescu Round 19 to round 34
1986–87 All rounds 13th
1987–88 All rounds 8th
1988–89 All rounds 10th
1989–90 Round 1 to round 7 7th
Romania Dumitru Anescu Round 8 to round 34
1990–91 Romania Ioan Nagy All rounds 9th
1991–92 Romania Csaba Gyorffy Round 9 to round 13 9th
Romania Paul Enache Round 14 to round 34
1992–93 Round 1 to round 27 12th
Romania Gheorghe Staicu All rounds
1993–94 Romania Nicolae Pescaru Round 1 to round 29 13th
Romania Dorel Purdea Round 30 to round 34
1994–95 Romania Ioan Nagy Round 1 to round 17 14th
Romania Gabriel Stan Round 18 to round 34
1995–96 Round 1 to round 18 10th
Romania Csaba Gyorffy Round 19 to round 21
Romania Viorel Hizo Round 22 to round 34
1996–97 Round 1 to round 20 18th (R)
Romania Marian Mihail Round 21 to round 34
1997–98 Divizia B Romania Costel Orac Round 1 to round 17 3rd
Romania Marin Barbu Rest of the season
1998–99 Romania Cornel Ţălnar All rounds 1st (P)
1999–00 Divizia A Romania Ioan Andone Round 1 to round 18 14th
Romania Adrian Hârlab Round 19 to round 20
Romania Florin Halagian Round 21 to day 31
Romania Adrian Hârlab Round 32 to round 34
2000–01 Romania Gabriel Stan All rounds 3rd (Q2)
2001–02 Romania Ilie Dumitrescu Round 1 to round 3 11th
Romania Adrian Hârlab Round 4 to round 8
Romania Gabriel Stan Round 9 to round 23
Romania Ferencz Bajko Round 24 to round 30
2002–03 Romania Marius Lăcătuş All rounds 4th
2003–04 Round 1 to round 15 11th
Romania Răzvan Lucescu Round 16 to round 30
2004–05 Romania Ionuţ Lupescu Round 1 to round 5 15th (R)
Romania Gabriel Stan Round 6 to round 20
Romania Ferencz Bajko Round 21 to round 30
2005–06 Divizia B Romania Gheorghe Mulţescu Round 1 to round 6 3rd
Romania Nicolae Manea Round 7 to round 12
Romania Gheorghe Mulţescu Round 13 to round 15
Romania Cornel Ţălnar Round 16 to round 30
2006–07 Liga II Romania Aurel Şunda Round 1 to round 10 10th
Romania Gabriel Stan Round 11 to round 17
Romania Mihai Stoica Round 18 to round 34
2007–08 Romania Răzvan Lucescu July 1, 2007 – June 5, 2009 All rounds 1st (P)
2008–09 Liga I 9th
2009–10 Italy Nicolò Napoli July 5, 2009 – July 27, 2009 Pre-season only 9th
Romania Viorel Moldovan July 27, 2009 – June 11, 2010 All rounds
2010–11 Italy Giuseppe Materazzi June 27, 2010 – July 1, 2010 Pre-season only 12th
Romania Daniel Isăilă July 9, 2010 – Dec 18, 2010 Round 1 to round 18
Portugal António Conceição Dec 18, 2010 – July 14, 2011 Rest of the season
2011–12 Romania Daniel Isăilă Round 1 to round 2 10th
Spain José Murcia Aug 9, 2011 – Aug 30, 2011 Round 3 to round 5
Romania Daniel Isăilă Aug 30, 2011 – Nov 1, 2011 Round 6 to round 14
Romania Marius Şumudică Nov 2, 2011 – April 16, 2012 Round 15 to round 27
Romania Ionuţ Badea April 17, 2012 – Sept 17, 2012 Round 28 to round 34
2012–13 Round 1 to round 8 7th
Romania Viorel Hizo No rounds
Romania Adrian Szabo (interim) Sept 18, 2012 – Oct 10, 2012 Round 9 to round 11
Romania Sorin Cârţu Oct 10, 2012 – Nov 12, 2012 Round 12 to round 15
Romania Adrian Szabo Nov 12, 2012 – Aug 19, 2013 Round 16 to round 34
2013–14 Round 1 to round 5 15th
Romania Aurel Ţicleanu Aug 19, 2013 – Sept 22, 2013 Round 6 to round 8
Romania Alexandru Pelici Sept 23, 2013 – Nov 4, 2013 Round 9 to round 13
Romania Ilie Stan Nov 6, 2013 – Jan 15, 2014 Round 14 to round 19
Romania Cornel Țălnar Jan 27, 2014 – Aug 14, 2014[9] Round 20 to round 34
2014–15 Round 1 to round 3 14th (R)
Romania Adrian Szabo Aug 14, 2014 – Jan 5, 2015 Round 1 to round 17
Croatia Vjekoslav Lokica Jan 5, 2015[10] – Apr 12, 2015[11] Round 17 to round 27
Romania Adrian Szabo Apr 12, 2015 – Round 27 to round 34
2015–16 Liga II Romania Cosmin Bodea Jun 15, 2015[12] – Sep 9, 2015[13] Round 1 to round 2
Romania Adrian Szabo Sep 10, 2015[14] Round 3 to present

(Q1) = Qualified for the 1974–75 UEFA Cup First round
(Q2) = Qualified for the 2001–02 UEFA Cup Qualifying round
(R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted

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