Dan Petrescu


Dan Petrescu (Born 22 December 1967) is a Romanian football administrator and previous player. Who played as a full-back or as a winger.

Petrescu is most popular for having played for Steaua București in the 1989 European Cup last and winning the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup with Premier League club Chelsea. Petrescu likewise got 95 global tops for the Romania national group.

Steaua Bucuresti

In the wake of playing for Steaua București’s childhood groups. Petrescu advanced into the primary group in 1986 out of a match played by Steaua only one month subsequent to winning the European Cup. He was credit to Olt Scornicești for the 1986–87 season, however requested to come back to Steaua in 1987.

Sheffield Wednesday

Dan Petrescu finished paperwork for Sheffield Wednesday in 1994 from Genoa, after an effective 1994 World Cup for Romania. After one season at Hillsborough, he marked for Chelsea and highlighted unmistakably there for the following five years. He was an individual from the groups which won the FA Cup in 1997 and the League Cup and Cup Winners’ Cup. In the wake of dropping out with Chelsea supervisor Gianluca Vialli after a destruction to Manchester United. Petrescu never played for the club again and not chosen as a substitute for the 2000 FA Cup last against Aston Villa.


In January 2001, Petrescu’s previous Chelsea administrator, Glenn Hoddle, in the end convinced him to join Southampton for an “ostensible” expense. He at first settled in well at The Dell. Scoring against Leicester City and Manchester City in his initial hardly any matches. Hoddle left the Saints to take up the administrative reins at Tottenham Hotspur and his substitution, Stuart Gray, dropped Petrescu, supplanting him with Hassan Kachloul for the rest of the period. In the wake of showing up in the 2001–02 season, Petrescu was discharge and come back to Romania.

International Career

Petrescu enlisted 95 tops for the senior Romania national group. He made his presentation in 1989 and played at four significant competitions. The 1994 World Cup, UEFA Euro 1996, the 1998 World Cup and Euro 2000.

Tags: Romania, Euro-1996, World-Cup, Southampton, Glenn-Hoddle, Sheffield-Wednesday, Steaua-Bucuresti, Premier-League, European-Cup

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