Erik Augustin Lincar is a Romanian former player and current manager. He was born in Oradea and debuted in Divizia A with Steaua București in 1997, having joined Steaua from the Girondins de Bordeaux youth team. Steaua won the league title during his first season with the club, took the cup title in 1999 and the league title again in 2001. In 2002, he headed overseas to spend two unsuccessful seasons in Greece at Panathinaikos and Akratitos. After playing for a while in Russia for FC Amkar Perm, Lincar returns to Romania. He played for Prefab Modelu where he is also an assistant manager. In 2011, he was manager of FC Hunedoara for six matches being dismissed on 26 September 2011. Lincar got 5 caps for the Romanian national team in 1999 and 2000, and was an unused substitute at Euro 2000.
About Erik Lincar
Midfielder who played professionally from 1997-2008, debuting for Steaua Bucuresti, and he played for Romania's national team in 1999-2000.
He played youth soccer for Girondins Bordeaux in 1996-1997.
He managed a number of teams after his playing career was finished.
He was born in Oradea, Romania.
Attacking midfielder Gheorghe Hagi was his teammate on Romania.
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- UEFA Euro 2000 players
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