Friday, December 4, 2009

Dan Petrescu running for Scotland manager’s job

Unirea Urziceni trainer Dan Petrescu has applied for taking over the Scotland National Football team. The manager job is vacant at the moment and Petrescu is one of the 20 candidates so far. Following the application, Petrescu CV was passed to the Scottish Football Association. The SFA board members gathered on Thursday (3 December 2009) to talk about the procedures and their intention is to name a new chief before the European Championship draw which takes place on 7 February 2010.
It seems that one of the favorites is Dundee United’s Craig Levein, but he was somehow reluctant to talk about the opportunity. John Collins, ex Hibernian boss, and Jimmy Calderwood, who quit Aberdeen 6 months ago, have shown their interest on the challenge.
Meantime, Dan Petrescu has also revealed that the job is attractive. The 41-year-old Romanian, a former Chelsea defender, "drove" Unirea Urziceni to Romanian title last season and also to Champions League where is about to qualify to the next stage after smashing 4-1 Rangers at Ibrox and defeating 1-0 Sevilla in Bucharest.
In May 2008 after dismissal of Chelsea's Avram Grant, Petrescu predicted that the "Blues" will have an italian boss such as Mancini or Ancelotti and indeed he anticipated well.


fanclub December 9, 2009 at 12:25 PM  

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