What does Mirel Rădoi do in his free time? He was accused of not going to the Euro 2020 matches but the coach has other concerns

Coach Mirel Rădoi preferred a “bitch” with his son, Denis, than to participate in the Euro 2020 matches. This despite the rain that did not upset their plans at all.

Many wondered where the coach is these days, others considered that he has nothing to look for on the National Arena since Romania is not present at the great continental competition.

Recently, the man sitting on the bench the national team of Romania was surprised by photojournalists going to a football game between friends at the wheel of his limousine, the Rolls-Royce Cullinan Billionaire, the most expensive SUV in the world.

What does Mirel Rădoi do in his free time? He was accused of not going to the Euro 2020 matches but the coach has other concerns

It’s a limousine equipped with a 6.75-liter V12 engine, limited to 250 km / h, which consumes an average of 15 liters per 100 kilometers. The starting price is from about 300,000 euros, but the amount doubles depending on the equipment.

It has already become a fashion for Mirel Rădoi to go out to a football every half week, when time allows.

FRF President, Răzvan Burleanu, motivated the absence of Mirel Rădoi about which he said he ignored the games in the final tournament.

“Rădoi left the country – if I’m not mistaken – in the first group matches. In addition, I think that emotionally, it would have been very difficult for him to attend the matches organized on the National Arena, knowing that he failed to contribute to the qualification of the Romanian national team. This is what I think”, Burleanu said during a press conference.

Rădoi also had in his collection a Ferrari F12 Berlinetta, a car that has a starting price of around 450,000 euros. In addition, he also owned a Bentley Bentayga First Edition (price 250,000 euros), an Audi A8 (100,000 euros), a Bentley Continental GT (200,000 euros) or Mercedes E-Klasse (70,000 euros), BMW X6 (90,000 euros) ) and Aston Martin (150,000 euros).

Source: Prosport by www.prosport.ro.

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