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.
Things went significantly better for GheorgeHagi as the head coach of Viitorul Constanta as he secured 75 wins, 32 draws and 32 defeats during the entirety of his time spent coaching the Romanian club but the recent results of Viitorul Constanta saw them dropping a significantly high amount of points and Hagi decided to step down.
“I want to analyze the situation and then see if I will be there in summer.I have come to a dishonorable situation and it is difficult when you lose confidence’’ Hagi said after stepping down from his managerial position at Viitorul Constanta.