Nicolae Roșca one step away from the Romania U19 bench

The Romanian Football Federation is preparing to name a new coach for the U19 national team of Romania, after parting with Adrian Văsâi.

ProSport found out that the big favorite to replace Văsâi is Nicolae Roșca, coach at Gheorghe Hagi’s Academy.

Recently, FRF brought Emil Săndoi to the Romania U21 bench, after the departure of Florin Bratu, and Daniel Pancu to the position of Romania U20 selector, in the conditions where Bogdan Lobonț was no longer continued.

Nicolae Roșca, ready to reach the Romania U19 bench

ProSport found out that FRF found the ideal option to replace Adrian Văsâi, the one who led our team to the U19 European Championship: Nicolae Roșca seems to be the excellent solution for the Romanian U19 bench.

Nicolae Roșca has been working for Gică Hagi’s Academy for more than ten years and has discovered many of the stars of the Lighthouse.

The technician wanted by Răzvan Burleanu and Mihai Stoichiță trained Viitorul U19 in the UEFA Youth League, and now he has had an excellent start in the U16 Elite League. His team beat Dinamo with an incredible score: 9-0.

“We had the first ten minutes a little more hesitant, after which the boys got their game going and had a very good evolution. We are still not at full capacity, but it is important that we won the match and dominated the opponent. We want to play our game and play what we train. Considering that only the first place qualifies, we have to be very careful throughout the season”, said Nicolae Roșca, after hitting the ground running with the kids from “Ștefan cel Mare”.

Nicolae Rosca reacts in the football match between AFK Csikszereda Miercurea Ciuc U19 and Viitorul Constanta U19, the grand final of the U19 Elite League, held at the National Football Center in Mogosoaia, on Sunday, June 13, 2021. © PHOTO: Razvan Pasarica/SPORT PICTURES

I didn’t want it anymore, I had enough. I qualified twice for the European Championship, with U17, in 2011, and with U19, in 2022, and I was put against the wall each time” – Adrian Vâsâi, former Romanian U19 coach

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