“If Valentin Ceausescu didn’t help me, I was dead now”


Tudorel Stoica, an emblematic player of Steaua, declared that his pension is a modest one and Valentin Ceaușescu, the son of the former dictator Nicolae, helped him to improve his financial situation.

Stoica resigned from the Army after the 1989 Revolution, the reasons being the humiliations experienced at the red-blue club.

In the summer of this year, in a phase of the process between CSA and FCSB regarding the record, his Tudorel Stoica would have won the European Champions Cup from the CV.

Tudorel Stoica revealed his pension: “If Valentin Ceausescu didn’t help me, now I was dead”

Tudorel Stoica has a pension of 1,506 lei per month.

Now 67, Stoica won with the red-blue team titles, cups, but also the European Champions Cup or the European Super Cup.

“1,506 lei is my pension! If Mr. Valentin Ceausescu did not help me go abroad, I was dead now. I couldn’t stand some of the humiliations I experienced at the Steaua club. I couldn’t stand what is happening now in football…

He helped us go abroad and we took some money. Why do you think that Piticu Bălan, Ilie Bărbulescu are no longer with us? Upset! They ended up starving… Normally and naturally it would have been for this team to have a life annuity! ” said Tudorel Stoica, according to gsp.ro.

For the quoted source, he also told how he was humiliated at the “military” club: “I won the Champions Cup and I went to Lens with Pițurcă. Then the club had promised us a thousand dollars. When I returned from Lens, Mr. Otelea was the commander, and I was at the children’s center and I said to him: Mr. Commander, please give me that thousand dollars.

Then I told him: I want you to give me a thousand dollars or I will resign from the army. He made me come in three days. I went. Mom, I haven’t seen anything like it… I knocked on the door: Sir, I came.

The first thing he said to me was: Did you resign from the army? ”That hurt me so much! I mean, he was interested in me resigning… I finally resigned and left. It was a fantastic pain for me. I did my job at Steaua, but there are things that hurt you, grind you ”.


Source: Prosport by www.prosport.ro.

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