| Giorgi Daraselia|
FC Torpedo Kutaisi
| (1968-09-17) 17 September 1968 (age 47)|
Senaki, Georgian SSR
Giorgi Daraselia Wikipedia
Giorgi Daraselia (born 17 September 1968 in Senaki) is a Georgian-Israeli (since 2010) association football coach and former international player. He is currently the manager of Dila Gori.
After finishing his playing career in 2004, Giorgi Daraselia became an assistant coach at Hapoel Kfar Saba. He, along with Elisha Levy, in different Israeli clubs worked until September 2012.They are twice (2008-2009, 2010-2011) led Maccabi Haifa to the league title.
Giorgi Daraselia passed the courses of Coaching in the Israel Football Association, and in Spring 2010, received the PRO Category License, which allowed him to couch professional teams.
He had a chance of independently working as a chief coach in Georgia. From September 2012 he started leading Dila Gori in Georgian Highest League (Umaglesi Liga). The team he trained got on the second place from the last one in the tournament table. From 18 games his team won 16.
Country record belongs to Daraselia: none of the couches working in Georgia before him, have managed to defeat each member team of the championship one by one. Dila Gori managed this from 15 September 2012 to 18 November 2012, team defeated all 11 members of the Umaglesi Liga in this period of time.
In January 2013, Giorgi Daraselia became a chief coach of Football Championship of the National League team of Russia - SKA-Energiya Khabarovsk. This team at the moment is on the third place and is aiming to get in the Premier League.