Gheorghe Hagi Happy with Son’s Progress at Fiorentina

September 22nd, 2016

Ianis Hagi is a potential Romanian superstar and he recently joined Fiorentina in the hope of making it big in European football.


He is the son of legendary Romanian footballer Gheorghe Hagi. Many regardGheorghe Hagi as the greatest ever Romanian footballer. Currently working as a manager, he recently spoke about his son’s move to Fiorentina. After having worked with the youth teams at Steaua Bucharest, the youngster made his debut forViitorulConstanța in 2014. It did not take long for clubs to take notice and it has not been just because of the last name.

Following a lot of interest from clubs across Europe, the 17-year-old decided to sign for Fiorentina. The Italian club may not stay to be offering the ability to win trophies, butIanis requires regular first-team football at this moment in order to continue his development.

Furthermore, he needs to be alongside the top professionals in order to acquire their ways and learn the game as he goes along. When asked about his son’s choice of signing for Fiorentina,Gheorghe Hagi claimed that he had no say in the transfer and that his son was completely free to make the decision for himself. The former Romanian superstar says that he is happy with the progress made by his son at the Italian club.
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Gheorge Guides The Romania Team In Euros

August 20th, 2016

Gheorghe Hagi is a former footballer from Romania who was well known for the attacking midfield positions he used to assume during the eighties when he used to play.


In the eighties and nineties he assumed a great reputation for his football playing skills. Galatasaray fans had several nicknames for him like the King or the Commander. He was also nicknamed as the Maradona of the Carpathians. Hagi is considered a hero in Romania. He was named Romanian Footballer of the Year about seven times, which makes him one of the greatest football players of his generation. Hagi played for the national team till 1994 for three consecutive World Cup tournaments. Hagi was also part of the European football championship that was played in 1984, 1996 as well as in 2000. He had won about 125 caps for his country and ranked second as well as a lead goal scorer with a total of 35 goals.
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Gheorge Gives His Opinion About Romania

August 15th, 2016

With the Euro games going on, most countries see their champion players and former legends, offering advice on how their country is performing, what strategies they need to take, how to improve and so forth.

For Romania Gheorge Hagi is a revered name. He has stated that Romania has definitely fallen behind the kind of performance that they used to put up on the international front before. This comment was made when his country ended the last game with a draw against Switzerland. The game was played in a fair manner, but Gheorghe had a lot to say. He stated that the game that Romania played needed to be structured well in the offensive side. The personality that the team projected through their game was important and it has an impact on the opposing team.
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ROMANIA BEAT GEORGIA AHEAD OF EURO 2016

June 6th, 2016

Romania ran riot over Georgia in their final warm up on Friday ahead of the Euro 2016 tournament. The team had the stingiest defence in qualification as they conceded only two goals in their 10 matches. Their success has been attributed to their core of underrated, hard-working and hungry players in a disciplined 4-2-3-1 system.

They scored two early goals on their way to the 5-1 demolition of Georgia at the National Arena. Coach Anghel Iordanescu was pleased with the performance but was calm as his team would take on the hosts of the tournament France next week Friday in the opening game. Romania took the lead after 68 seconds when Adrian Popa took advantage of a defensive error and dribbled past the Georgian goalie Roin Kvashvadze. Read the rest of this entry »

Gheorge Hagi’s managerial career has been an underwhelming one

May 10th, 2016

GheorgeHagi is considered to be as one of the best players from his generation and from Romania as well.

Hagi was even compared to the likes of Diego Maradona as both of them had a fairly similar playing style and had a temperamental attitude.

The retired playmaker gained reputation for his outstanding skills as he was a player who could create goal-scoring chances and perform in different position around the pitch.


It’s no doubt whatsoever that GheorgeHagi had a very successful playing career but when it comes to his managerial career, it’s a completely different story as he recently abandoned the managerial position of his own club Viitorul Constanta due to a string of negative results.

Viitorul Constanta is the club that he founded back in 2009 and he took charge of the team on 2014 but he opted to no longer coach them after only being able to secure 2 points from their last 8 matches.

This is not the only disappointing managerial spell that GheorgeHagi as the Romanian figure has coached a number of different clubs and during the time that he spent in charge of other teams, most of the results that Hagi gained were either defeats or draws.

Before taking coaching Viitorul Constanta, Hagi was the coach of Galatasaray and he was able to snatch 8 wins, 6 draws and 10 defeats during his time as the head coach. Read the rest of this entry »

GHEORGE HAGI DISAPPOINTED OVER LOSS TO DINAMO BUCUREŞTI

April 28th, 2016

Current Head coach of FC Viitorul Constanța, Gheorge Hagi expressed his disappointment at his team for losing to Dinamo Bucureşti in the match on Monday, 4th April 2016. FC Viitorul Constanța lost by two goals to one and increased their poor run of games. FC Viitorul Constanța has not won any of their past five games. The team currently sits in fifth place in the Romanian Liga 1 champion group. On the other hand, Dinamo Bucureşti is in second place with a point behind league leaders.

The legend who turned 51 in two months ago, founded the club in 2009 after taking charge of the Romanian national team. He remains the owner and chairman of the club. The Galatasaray star retired in 2001 after a successful spell in the club. He moved to the club from Barcelona and has played for other top teams that include Brescia, Real Madrid and Steaua.

The experienced player was considered one of the best attacking talents in the continent when he played during the 1980 and 1990 era. He is believed to be the greatest Romanian footballer of all time. He won the Romanian football of the year award seven times. He is even regarded as the greatest footballer of his time. Read the rest of this entry »

GheorgeHagi punishes his player for wasting time

January 28th, 2016

Many footballers and managers nowadays just focus on winning games at whichever cost that might be. Faking injuries, wasting time, claiming undeserved set-pieces are just a few of the methods that certain players try to do in order to give their respective teams advantage and win matches but there are a few exceptions to this growing tendency and GheorgeHagi is one of these exemptions.

The former Romanian midfielder retired from playing professional competitive football back in 2001 and he did not hesitate in starting a managerial career as he took charge of the Romanian national football team and has coached a number of different clubs.

Hagi is currently in charge of the Romanian club FC Viitorul Constanta and he showed that there still are managers who don’t like to use un-ethical tactics in order to win games. There was an incident which occurred not too long ago where FC Viitorul Constanta faced off with Astra Giurgiu and during this game, there was a player in the team of GheorgeHagi that decided to request medical attention in the middle of the game but Hagi believed that his own player was fine and the Romanian coach decided to pull his medical staff away as punishment. Read the rest of this entry »

Ronaldo has disapproved Neymar’s actions that led to his dismissal in a recent Copa America Match

October 2nd, 2015

Brazil soccer legend Ronaldo has disapproved Neymar’s actions that led to his dismissal in a recent Copa America match against Colombia.

Brazil lost the match 1-0 and there were a lot of tempers during the match. Neymar is widely recognised as the best player at the disposal of Brazil. His absence is widely seen as the reason for the team failing to win the World Cup 2014, but the Barcelona superstar was determined to end the misery by leading his team to Copa America success. This did not turn out to be the case after his dismissal was further worsened by a four match suspension by the Copa America committee.

Neymar showed violent behaviour that led to a dismissal with a straight red card. His actions were later deemed as overly aggressive and this later led to the ban. Ronaldo has appeared in several games for Brazil during his stellar career. He has almost single-handedly helped the national team win major titles like the World Cup. Neymar, meanwhile, has not lifted such a major tournament with the national team. Even though Ronaldo acknowledges that the Barcelona player is an immense talent, his actions while wearing the Brazil shirt is deemed unacceptable by any standards. Read the rest of this entry »

Adrian Mutu has faith in the son of GheorgeHagi

June 16th, 2015

GheorgeHagi was considered to be one of the best players in the world between the years of 1980 and 1990. Hagi is even hailed to be the best Romanian player ever and now his 16 year old son is following his footsteps.

IanisHagi the son of GheorgeHagi and at the young age of 16, he is already being viewed as a promising figure who can turn into one of the greats just how his father is.

Ianis has been signed by the Italian side Fiorentina as this was confirmed by the former player of Fiorentina, Adrian Mutu.

Adrian Mutu confirmed the signing of IanisHagi as he said: ‘“Hopefully he is the future of Fiorentina. He has all the right qualities; hopefully he can do even better than I did. I spoke to his father and told him that they have made the right choice. In Florence they have everything they need to grow at the rate they should. Hopefully he’ll soon be playing in the Serie A, but it depends on him and working hard enough to be able to play in this league.” Read the rest of this entry »

Inter Milan have not won in the last seven matches

April 20th, 2015

Inter Milan have not won in the last seven matches, but manager Roberto Mancini has promised a positive attitude from the players when they take to the pitch against Hellas Verona.

This match is a great opportunity for Inter to register their first win in the league after a month. Their opposition are struggling with the prospect of relegation with only 11 points separating them from the drop zone. They have been in decent run of form in recent weeks and the 2-0 win over Napoli is a perfect indicator of it. Despite this, Mancini is confident that his players will be able to perform in this difficult away match.

Mancini has come under pressure due to the club failing to hit the heights as he had promised upon taking over from Walter Mazzarri. There has been no improvement in results and it looks almost certain that the club will be finishing outside the top 10 if they continue on this poor run of form. Mancini has asked for more patience from the supporters and the club, but he may not get that patience for long if results do not improve. The fact that rivals AC Milan have recently overtaken them in the table and hold a three-point advantage makes things worse for Mancini. Read the rest of this entry »