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ROMANIA/ OFFICIAL, MUTU is the new DINAMO BUCURESTI general manager

12.10.2016 19.38 by Claudio Colla  read 683
Source: www.fcdinamo.ro
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Former Romanian 37-year old international forward Adrian Mutu, a player for several clubs throughout his own career, among which Juventus, Inter Milan, Fiorentina and Chelsea, has been appointed new general manager by Dinamo Bucuresti. Here are controversial football personality's first official statements: "I'm honoured Dinamo offered me the chance to debut in so much of an important role, and I thank Mister Negoita [Dinamo chairman, Editor's Note] for granting me such a huge challenge in my career! I hope to repay this trust with results all Dinamo supporters expect".

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