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Ștefan Coidum (28 December 1930 – 27 February 2015) was a Romanian professional footballer and manager. Even if he did not have a long footballer career, playing only 10 years in a little over 60 Divizia A matches, Coidum impressed much more as a football manager. In his 35-year career, in which he trained 18 different teams, Ștefan Coidum earned its reputation as an expert of promotions succeeding no more than 6 promotions in the first league, with: CS Târgoviște, Brașov, ASA Târgu Mureș (2), Bihor Oradea and Maramureș Baia Mare. He also led Universitatea Craiova and Argeș Pitești in the European Cups.

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  • Ștefan Coidum (28 December 1930 – 27 February 2015) was a Romanian professional footballer and manager. Even if he did not have a long footballer career, playing only 10 years in a little over 60 Divizia A matches, Coidum impressed much more as a football manager. In his 35-year career, in which he trained 18 different teams, Ștefan Coidum earned its reputation as an expert of promotions succeeding no more than 6 promotions in the first league, with: CS Târgoviște, Brașov, ASA Târgu Mureș (2), Bihor Oradea and Maramureș Baia Mare. He also led Universitatea Craiova and Argeș Pitești in the European Cups.
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  • Ștefan Coidum (28 December 1930 – 27 February 2015) was a Romanian professional footballer and manager. Even if he did not have a long footballer career, playing only 10 years in a little over 60 Divizia A matches, Coidum impressed much more as a football manager. In his 35-year career, in which he trained 18 different teams, Ștefan Coidum earned its reputation as an expert of promotions succeeding no more than 6 promotions in the first league, with: CS Târgoviște, Brașov, ASA Târgu Mureș (2), Bihor Oradea and Maramureș Baia Mare. He also led Universitatea Craiova and Argeș Pitești in the European Cups.
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