Viorel Hizo

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Viorel Hizo
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Hizo in 1994, after winning the Samsung Cup with Rapid.
Personal information
Full nameViorel Doru Hizo
Date of birth (1947-02-06) 6 February 1947 (age 73)
Place of birth Sibiu, Romania
Playing position(s) Goalkeeper
Teams managed
YearsTeam
1984–1991 Inter Sibiu (assistant)
1991–1993 Inter Sibiu
1993–1995 Rapid București
1995 Progresul București
1995–1996 Rapid București
1996–1997 FC Brașov
1997–1998 Dinamo București
1998–2000 Ceahlăul Piatra Neamț
2001–2002 Rapid București
2002 Farul Constanța
2003–2004 Ceahlăul Piatra Neamț
2004 Rapid București
2004–2005 Chongqing Lifan
2005–2006 Pandurii Târgu Jiu
2006–2007 FC Vaslui
2007–2008 Ceahlăul Piatra Neamț
2008 FC Vaslui
2009 Rapid București
2010 Universitatea Cluj
2010–2012 FC Vaslui
2012–2013 FC Vaslui
2013 Ceahlăul Piatra Neamț

Viorel Doru Hizo (born 6 February 1947) is a Romanian football manager. [1]

Coaching career

Hizo coached several top teams in Romania, his first job as head coach was with his hometown club Inter Sibiu capturing the Balkans Cup title in 1991. He also managed Chongqing Qiche in China. He won the UEFA Intertoto Cup with FC Vaslui in 2008.

#NameMatchesRecordWin Rate
1. Inter Sibiu 5925 - 13–2142.3%
2. Rapid 10656 - 15–3552.8%
3. Național 105 - 0–550.0%
4. Brașov 3311 - 5–1733.3%
5. Dinamo 2814 - 2–1250.0%
6. Ceahlăul 11952 - 18–4943.7%
7. Farul 135 - 1–738.4%
8. Pandurii 194 - 5–1021.1%
9. Vaslui 9647 - 26–23
10. Ceahlăul Piatra Neamț 31 - 0–2

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References

  1. "Viorel Hizo competition coaching record". UEFA . Retrieved 24 November 2013.