|Full name||Florin Vașken Halagian|
|Date of birth||7 March 1939|
|Place of birth||Bucharest, Romania|
|Date of death||12 August 2019 80)(aged|
|1964–1965||Minerul Baia Mare|
|2000||Ceahlăul Piatra Neamț|
|*Club domestic league appearances and goals|
Florin Vașken Halagian (7 March 1939 – 12 August 2019) was a Romanian football player and manager of Armenian descent, hence the nickname Armeanul (The Armenian).  He is the manager who has the most matches in Liga I with 878 games consisting of 432 victories, 176 draws and 270 losses.  
On 25 March 2008 he was decorated by the president of Romania, Traian Băsescu for all of his achievements as a football coach, and for forming a young generation of future champions with Ordinul "Meritul Sportiv" — (The Order "The Sportive Merit") class III.  
Halagian was the manager of the Romania national football team for one match during 1979. 
In 2011, Halagian returned to Gloria Bistriţa, but was sacked 3 weeks later because of issues regarding players shaving before matches. 
One of Halagian's famous quotes as coach was: Focu' la ei! (Fire at them!), Armeanul explained: This is an expression that I invented to convey to the players on the pitch that the ball is good to be on the opponent half of the pitch, even if we have possession or not, I told them it is better to play there. 
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