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Gheorghe "Gigi" Mulțescu (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈɡe̯orɡe mulˈt͡sesku]; born 13 November 1951) is a football manager and a former football player. He won the Universiade gold medal with Romania's students football team in the 1974 edition that was held in France, playing alongside László Bölöni, Dan Păltinișanu, Romulus Chihaia and Paul Cazan. Mulțescu managed several clubs in Turkey, including Adanaspor, Gaziantepspor and Samsunspor.

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  • Gheorghe "Gigi" Mulțescu (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈɡe̯orɡe mulˈt͡sesku]; born 13 November 1951) is a football manager and a former football player. He won the Universiade gold medal with Romania's students football team in the 1974 edition that was held in France, playing alongside László Bölöni, Dan Păltinișanu, Romulus Chihaia and Paul Cazan. Mulțescu managed several clubs in Turkey, including Adanaspor, Gaziantepspor and Samsunspor.
  • Gheorghe "Gigi" Mulțescu (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈɡe̯orɡe mulˈt͡sesku]; born 13 November 1951) is a Romanian professional football manager and a former football player. He is the head coach of Liga I club Dinamo București. He won the Universiade gold medal with Romania's students football team in the 1974 edition that was held in France, playing alongside László Bölöni, Dan Păltinișanu, Romulus Chihaia and Paul Cazan. Mulțescu managed several clubs in Turkey, including Adanaspor, Gaziantepspor and Samsunspor.
  • Gheorghe "Gigi" Mulțescu (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈɡe̯orɡe mulˈt͡sesku]; born 13 November 1951) is a Romanian professional football manager and a former football player. He won the Universiade gold medal with Romania's students football team in the 1974 edition that was held in France, playing alongside László Bölöni, Dan Păltinișanu, Romulus Chihaia and Paul Cazan. Mulțescu managed several clubs in Turkey, including Adanaspor, Gaziantepspor and Samsunspor.
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  • Gheorghe "Gigi" Mulțescu (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈɡe̯orɡe mulˈt͡sesku]; born 13 November 1951) is a football manager and a former football player. He won the Universiade gold medal with Romania's students football team in the 1974 edition that was held in France, playing alongside László Bölöni, Dan Păltinișanu, Romulus Chihaia and Paul Cazan. Mulțescu managed several clubs in Turkey, including Adanaspor, Gaziantepspor and Samsunspor. His son, Cătălin Mulțescu, was a goalkeeper, playing at various Liga I and Liga II clubs through his career. After he retired from the professional football career, he is now a goalkeeping coach.
  • Gheorghe "Gigi" Mulțescu (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈɡe̯orɡe mulˈt͡sesku]; born 13 November 1951) is a Romanian professional football manager and a former football player. He is the head coach of Liga I club Dinamo București. He won the Universiade gold medal with Romania's students football team in the 1974 edition that was held in France, playing alongside László Bölöni, Dan Păltinișanu, Romulus Chihaia and Paul Cazan. Mulțescu managed several clubs in Turkey, including Adanaspor, Gaziantepspor and Samsunspor. His son, Cătălin Mulțescu, was a goalkeeper, playing at various Liga I and Liga II clubs through his career. After he retired from the professional football career, he became a goalkeeping coach.
  • Gheorghe "Gigi" Mulțescu (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈɡe̯orɡe mulˈt͡sesku]; born 13 November 1951) is a Romanian professional football manager and a former football player. He won the Universiade gold medal with Romania's students football team in the 1974 edition that was held in France, playing alongside László Bölöni, Dan Păltinișanu, Romulus Chihaia and Paul Cazan. Mulțescu managed several clubs in Turkey, including Adanaspor, Gaziantepspor and Samsunspor. His son, Cătălin Mulțescu, was a goalkeeper, playing at various Liga I and Liga II clubs through his career. After he retired from the professional football career, he became a goalkeeping coach.
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