Dorinel Munteanu

Dorinel Munteanu

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Dorinel Ionel Munteanu (; born 25 June 1968 in Grădinari) is a Romanian former football midfielder, and current manager of Oţelul Galaţi.

Club career

During his long career, Munteanu was always seen as a player capable of making big efforts. A pure professional footballer, an example for others, he stayed away from drinking and night clubs, thus he suffered very few injuries.

Munteanu started to play football for Metalul Bocşa, a team which offered him the first chance to play in Divizia B in 1986. After one year he went to play for FCM Reşiţa and then in 1988 for FC Olt, while 1989 found him at FC Inter Sibiu.

Dinamo Bucharest bought him from 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 between 1995 and 2003.

In 2003, aged 35, he was released from his contract by VfL Wolfsburg and signed with Steaua Bucureşti 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

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...
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