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January 23, 2022

Dan Petrescu to leave title holders

Former international player Dan Petrescu, the head coach of Unirea Urziceni, wants to leave the title holders at the end of this season. The head coach that registered the biggest results with a Romanian club in the Champions League after 1989 by qualifying for the European spring has announced in an interview for Onlinesport, quoted by Realitatea.net, that he is determined to leave League I next summer.

‘I was never sent off in the Champions League but here the referees want to become famous by sending me off. I’m sorry but they will never reach the Champions League. This team has no chance in the second half of the season unless foreign referees are used for all of its games. Unless that happens we won’t even finish on a place that qualifies us for the European Cups,’ Dan Petrescu stated. He pointed out that his decision is almost taken.

‘The decision is 90 per cent taken. It’s better for me, for my health, to leave. The only way in which my decision can be changed is for my team to be refereed correctly because otherwise I feel that we have no chances,’ he added.

Dan Petrescu recently stated in an interview for BBC Radio that he would like to become the head coach of the Scottish national team but that the Scottish Federation did not contact him.

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