Tudor Paraschiva

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Personal information
Date of birth 27 December 1919
Place of birth Bucharest, Romania [1]
Date of death 15 May 1967 (aged 47)
Place of death Sinaia, Romania
Position(s) Striker
Youth career
1934–1939 Militari București
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1939–1946 Unirea Tricolor București [lower-alpha 1] 28 (4)
1946–1957 Jiul Petroșani [lower-alpha 2] 208 (66)
1957–1959 Minerul Lupeni [lower-alpha 3] 10 (1)
Total246(71)
International career
1952–1954 Romania 6 (2)
Managerial career
1960–1961 Minerul Vulcan
1962–1967 Pandurii Târgu Jiu
*Club domestic league appearances and goals

Tudor Paraschiva (27 December 1919 – 15 May 1967) was a Romanian association football striker. [1] [4]

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Club career

Tudor Paraschiva was born in Bucharest on 27 December 1919 and made his debut in Divizia A on 16 September 1939, playing for Unirea Tricolor București in a 3–2 loss against Rapid București. [2] [5] [6] Under the guidance of player-coach Ștefan Cârjan he helped Unirea Tricolor win the Divizia A title in the 1940–41 season, contributing with two goals scored in 7 matches, also in the same season he helped the club reach the 1941 Cupa României final in which he played all the minutes in the 4–3 loss in front of Rapid București. [2] [7] [8] In 1946, he went to play for Jiul Petroșani, a club where he would spend 10 seasons, scoring 66 goals in 208 Divizia A matches. [2] [5] [6] Paraschiva ended his playing career at Minerul Lupeni, having a total of 238 Divizia A matches played and 71 goals scored. [2] [5] [6]

International career

Tudor Paraschiva played 6 games and scored two goals at international level for Romania, making his debut on 11 May 1952 under coach Emerich Vogl in a friendly which ended with a 3–1 victory against Czechoslovakia in which he opened the score. [9] [10] His following appearance for the national team was also in a friendly, a 1–0 victory against Poland in which he scored the goal. [9] His third game played for the national team was in a 2–1 loss against Hungary at the 1952 Summer Olympics in which he made a good impression, being selected by the Finnish authorities who organized the competition, to appear in a commemorative postage stamp. [9] [5] [6] [11] Paraschiva's last three games for the national team were a 3–1 victory in a friendly against East Germany, a 2–0 loss against Czechoslovakia at the 1954 World Cup qualifiers and a 5–1 loss against Hungary in a friendly. [9]

International goals

Scores and results list Romania's goal tally first, score column indicates score after each Paraschiva goal. [9]
GoalDateVenueOpponentScoreResultCompetition
111 May 1952 Stadionul Republicii, București, Romania Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czechoslovakia 1–03–1 Friendly
225 May 1952 Stadionul Republicii, București, Romania Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 1–01–0 Friendly

Managerial career

After he ended his playing career, Paraschiva was coach at Minerul Vulcan and in 1962 he became the first coach of newly founded club, Pandurii Târgu Jiu which in his first season he managed to promote to Divizia C where he led it until his death in 1967. [5] [6] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16]

Honours

Player

Unirea Tricolor București

Manager

Pandurii Târgu Jiu

Notes

  1. The Divizia A 1940–41 was the last season before World War II and the Divizia A 1946–47 was the first one after, so the appearances during this period for Unirea Tricolor București are not official with the exception of the 1945–46 regional championship. [2] [3]
  2. The 1957 championship called Cupa Primăverii is unofficial, so the appearances and goals scored at that competition for Jiul Petroșani are not official. [2]
  3. The statistics for the 1957–58 and 1958–59 Divizia B seasons are unavailable. [2]

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