Gheorghe Hagi is a Romanian football manager and former professional player, who played as an attacking midfielder. He is currently the owner and manager of Romanian club Viitorul Constanța. Hagi was considered one of the best players in the world during the 1980s and '90s, and is regarded by many as the greatest Romanian footballer of all time. Fans of Turkish club Galatasaray, with whom Hagi ended his career, called him "Comandante", while he was known as "Regele" to Romanian supporters. Nicknamed "The Maradona of the Carpathians", he was a creative advanced playmaker renowned for his dribbling, technique, vision, passing and shooting.
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About Gheorghe Hagi
One of the best Romanian soccer players of all time. He led his national team in three consecutive World Cups in the 1990s. He began managing Viitorul in 2014.
He started out in youth systems before moving over to the Romanian Football Federal club.
He was selected as the best Romanian player of the past 50 years at the UEFA Jubilee Awards in 2004.
He was married to Leni Celnicu from 1990 to 1995. He later married Marilena Hagi. The couple have two children.
He was frequently compared to Diego Maradona in terms of the dominance he brought to his teams.
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