Dan Petrescu does not mince words after leaving CFR

Dan Petrescu, the 55-year-old Romanian coach, left CFR Cluj this summer, after the group from Gruia missed out on their sixth consecutive championship title.

Dan Petrescu does not mince words after leaving CFR Cluj

However, Dan Petrescu leaves reconciled, without regrets and full of pride as a result of the performances he achieved on the technical bench of CFR Cluj both in the championship and in the European cups.

In this sense, Dan Petrescu does not mince his words and warns that no coach in the Super League will ever be able to record the performances that the “Badger” had, especially on the international level.

The coach believes that even CFR Cluj will not be what it was after his departure from Romania.

“(doesn’t there remain an open door at CFR?) I think I have done my duty and it is difficult for a coach to repeat these performances in the next hundred years. Who else can do what I did in the championship and Europe?

(isn’t it possible for Mandorlini to reach the Champions League groups with CFR?) How to reach the Champions League groups if they don’t play in the UCL? I’m talking about 5-6 years in a row to have these performances. If you go to the Champions League groups, it doesn’t mean you had better results than me.

This is reality, whether you like it or not. I know a lot of people don’t like it, but that’s the reality”said Dan Petrescu, appropriately Orange Sport.

Dan Petrescu leaves for South Korea

The former coach of CFR Cluj has already been introduced to Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors, and on June 14 he will hold his first press conference as coach of the Korean group.

Dan Petrescu was proposed to the Asian team by Roberto Di Matteo (53 years old), winner of the Champions League with Chelsea and a former colleague of the “Badger”, he being an adviser to the Koreans.

“Roberto Di Matteo called me, asked me if I was interested, he is a councilor there. We played together at Chelsea for five years. I’ve been to China and Russia, I’ve always done that. I needed a new challenge, that’s for sure. Any negotiation is long”, said Dan Petrescu, according to Orange Sport.

The passion for football is a family legacy, so the path to sports journalism came naturally. He entered the press in 2016, at IlfovSport. He started to write about the lower leagues and slowly promoted to IlfovSport Magazine, later named 100% Sport. Worked … read more

Source: Prosport by www.prosport.ro.

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