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Gabriel Stan

Football player

Gabriel Stan (born 25 June 1952) is a Romanian football manager. He is sometimes nicknamed Gabello. Gabi Stan is known as the last manager to qualify FC Braşov in a European competition. In the 2000–2001 Romanian Division A he managed with Braşov a third spot finish, thus qualifying to the UEFA Cup, where the club subsequently managed to meet with Internazionale Milano. However, because he had signed a contract with Astra Ploieşti in the season break, he did not lead the team in the European encounters. He would resign from Astra Ploieşti and return to Braşov a few months later, from day 9 into the 2001–2002 season, but then unluckily resign again in round 23, after a poor run of results. The following season, Stan was named as the new coach at Moldovan first division club Zimbru Chişinău, where he had the chance to lead the team in the European encounters of the 2002–2003 UEFA Cup. In the qualifying round of the competition his team managed to pass the Swedish club IFK Göteborg, while in the first round of the competition they were eliminated by Real Betis. His domestical achievements in that season were a second spot finish in the league and the winning of the Moldovan Cup, in a  ( Wikipedia article )

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Date of birth
1952-06-25

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