Florin Lovin

Florin Lovin

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Florin Lovin

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Florin Lovin (nickname: "Aţă"/"Yarn"), (born 11 February 1982 in Piatra Neamţ) is a Romanian footballer who plays for Greek club Kerkyra. He plays mainly as defensive midfielder.

Club career

Lovin also played for FCM Bacău between 2001 and 2005, prior to joining Steaua Bucureşti, the latter having signed Florin Lovin for a fee of € 150 000. He made his Divizia A debut on 25 May 2002 in the FCM Bacău 1-2 defeat at FC National. As of 1 January 2008, he played 132 games in Liga I scoring three goals.

On 7 July 2008, Steaua's coach Marius Lăcătuş sent Lovin to Steaua II Bucureşti for the indiscipline during training. Steaua's board have announced that Lovin has been transfer-listed. On 8 July 2008 Gigi Becali said that he would not let Lovin go for less than €800 000. On 23 July 2008, Steaua's coach called him back to first team. In 2009–10, Lovin was demoted to the B squad again. On 20 July 2009, Lovin was transferred to TSV 1860 München.

On 12 September 2009, Lovin suffered a serious injury during a clash with Youssef Mokhtari in the TSV 1860 Munich-Greuther Fürth match. He suffered a ligament break, which kept him off the field for half a year. After 26 matches for 1860 the contract was terminated after the 2010–11-season.

He signed a three-year contract with Greek Super League side Kerkyra in July...
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