| Eric Cosmin Bicfalvi|
300,000 EUR (2012)
| (1988-02-05) 5 February 1988 (age 27)|
Liaoning Whowin F.C., Romania national football team (Midfielder, Forward)
Florentin Matei, Vitaliy Kvartsyanyi, Aleksandre Kobakhidze, Redvan Memeshev, Florin Gardos
Eric Bicfalvi Wikipedia
Eric Cosmin Bicfalvi (['erik ˈbikfalvi], Hungarian: Bikfalvi Erik, [ˈbikfɒlvi ˈɛrik]; born 5 February 1988) is a Romanian professional footballer who plays mainly as an attacking midfielder for Russian side FC Ural Yekaterinburg and the Romania national team.
In 2005, Bicfalvi began his senior career in the Romanian Liga III with Fink Fenster Petrești, where he spent one year. During this period he made 23 appearances and scored 9 goals for the club. The following season he moved to Liga I side CSM Jiul Petroșani. After the team was relegated, he was signed by FC Steaua București on a five-year deal.
In 2012, as his contract expired he subsequently joined Ukrainian club FC Volyn Lutsk. Bicfalvi ended the 2014–15 Ukrainian Premier League season as joint-top scorer with 17 goals, earning him on 7 July 2015 a transfer to Liaoning Whowin F.C. in the Chinese Super League.
He did not adapt to life in China and after a brief spell with FC Dinamo București, main rival of his former team Steaua, he put pen on a contract with FC Tom Tomsk, newly promoted to the Russian Premier League.
On 23 January 2017, he signed a 2.5-year contract with another Russian Premier League side FC Ural Yekaterinburg.
Bicfalvi played for Romania at U19 and U21 levels and for the Romania national team.
In August 2013 his manager announced that Bicfalvi, whose mother is of Hungarian origin, wants to represent Hungary in the future.
In October 2014 Anghel Iordanescu, the new coach of Romania named him as a possible call-up for the next European Qualifier against Northern Ireland. On 18 November 2014 he made his debut for the Romanian national team in a friendly match against Denmark.
Bicfalvi's paternal grandfather, Alexander Bicfalvi / Sándor Bikfalvi was ethnic Swedish according to Gazeta Sporturilor and Hungarian according to nemzetisport.hu, and was once a footballer, playing for Victoria Carei. Bicfalvi's mother, Elisabeta / Erzsébet, is ethnic Hungarian.Steaua București
Cupa României: 2010–11
Ukrainian Premier League top scorer: 2014–15