Gino Iorgulescu

George Iorgulescu (born 15 May 1956), widely known as Gino Iorgulescu, is a retired Romanian football defender. He is the current chairman of the Romanian Professional Football League.

Gino Iorgulescu
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Personal information
Full name George Iorgulescu
Date of birth (1956-05-15) 15 May 1956 (age 65)
Place of birth Giurgiu, Romania
Position(s) Centre back
Youth career
1971–1973 Dunărea Giurgiu
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1973–1975 Dunărea Giurgiu 32 (0)
1975–1989 Sportul Studenţesc 324 (49)
1976–1977Progresul București (loan) 28 (6)
1989–1990 Beerschot VAC 2 (0)
National team
1981–1986 Romania[a] 49 (3)
Teams managed
1999 Național București (caretaker)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

CareerEdit

He was born in Giurgiu and debuted in Divizia A with Sportul Studenţesc in 1975. He played the majority of his career in this club, and won the league silver medal in 1986. He retired in 1990, having spent one season in Belgium.

Iorgulescu made his debut for Romania in 1981 against Switzerland, and represented his country at Euro 1984.[1] He played his last international match in 1986, and got 48 caps and 3 goals in total.[1]

Career statisticsEdit

Season Club Country Matches Goals
Youth Dunărea Giurgiu   Romania N/A N/A
1973/74 Dunărea Giurgiu   Romania 31 0
1974/75 Dunărea Giurgiu   Romania 1 0
1975/76 Sportul Studenţesc   Romania 1 0
1976/77 Progresul București   Romania 28 6
1977/78 Sportul Studențesc   Romania 32 12
1978/79 Sportul Studențesc   Romania 32 8
1979/80 Sportul Studențesc   Romania 31 7
1980/81 Sportul Studențesc   Romania 31 3
1981/82 Sportul Studențesc   Romania 26 3
1982/83 Sportul Studențesc   Romania 32 4
1983/84 Sportul Studențesc   Romania 30 4
1984/85 Sportul Studențesc   Romania 25 2
1985/86 Sportul Studențesc   Romania 21 1
1986/87 Sportul Studențesc   Romania 19 1
1987/88 Sportul Studențesc   Romania 23 1
1988/89 Sportul Studențesc   Romania 21 3
1989/90 K. Beerschot V.A.C.   Belgium 2 0

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Including one appearance and one goal for Romania's Olympic team.[1][2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c "Gino Iorgulescu". European Football. Retrieved 28 January 2021.
  2. ^ Gino Iorgulescu at National-Football-Teams.com

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