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Place of birth  Simian, Romania
1993-1995  Politehnica Timisoara
Years  Team
Name  Sorin Vlaicu

1987-1992  Politehnica Timisoara
Role  Football player
1992-1993  Red Star Belgrade
Playing position  Midfielder
Date of birth  (1965-05-03) 3 May 1965 (age 50)

Sorin Vlaicu (born 3 May 1965, in Şimian) is a retired Romanian international football player.


Club career

He started his career in 1987 in Politehnica Timişoara, where he spent most of his career. Soon he began to show himself as a very strong offensive midfielder. After becoming an international player, he was brought in 1992 by the 1991 European Champions Red Star Belgrade from Yugoslavia. In 1993, he returned to Timișoara where he continued playing until January 1995, when he moved to Hungary to play with Békéscsaba Elöre, where he played until January 1996. Since then, he has been the pillar of the Politehnica Timişoara team, having, in total, played an impressive 244 games, and scored 25 goals.

International career

After becoming an important Politehnica player, in the years of 1991 and 1992, he got four caps for the Romania national football team. His debut was on 17 April 1991 against Spain which Romania won 2-0.


Red Star Belgrade
  • FR Yugoslav Cup: 1993
  • References

    Sorin Vlaicu Wikipedia

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