|Date of birth||26 March 1926|
|Place of birth||Bucharest, Romania|
|1950–1953||Steaua Bucureşti (youth)|
|1953–1956||Progresul Bucureşti (youth)|
|1962–1963||Iraq national team|
|1965–1966||Syria national team|
|1969–1970||Steaua Bucureşti (assistant)|
|1975–1976||Romania national team|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Cornel Drăguşin (born 26 March 1926) is a retired Romanian football manager who coached the national teams of Iraq, Syria and Romania. He was director of the Romanian FA coaching school from 1990 to 2002, until being replaced by Mircea Rădulescu.
Drăguşin had a short stint as football player, and eventually became a coach at the age of 25. He served as a youth coach with Steaua Bucharest from 1950 to 1953. He then managed the youth team of Progresul Bucuresti, where he won the national youth championshiop in 1954, before moving up to the reserves and finally the A team, with whom he was runner-up in the Romanian Cup during the 1957–58 season. After two years, he was named assistant coach being part of the Progresul squad that won the Romanian Cup in 1960.
After his return from Iraq in 1963, Drăguşin joined Progresul again with coach Dincă Schileru for the 1963–64 season, before taking charge of the Syrian national team in 1965. Upon his return, the Romanian FA appointed Drăgușin as manager of the Romania under–23 side for a tournament in Central Africa. In 1967, he returned to Progresul for a third spell until 1969, before moving to Steaua Bucharest as assistant manager.
In 1969, he spent nearly two months visiting some of the top English clubs including Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal. On his return, he wrote a book, În patria fotbalului - In Football's Homeland released in 1970.
In November 1970, he was recruited by the Romanian Football Federation, for whom he worked until 2002. During that time, he coached the Romanian national team, the Under–23, Under–21 sides and the Olympic team.
Drăguşin was director of the Romanian FA coaching school from 1990 to 2002, a period during which some of best players in Romania obtained their coaching license including Dan Petrescu, Gheorghe Hagi, Ilie Dumitrescu, Ioan Andone, Ioan Sabău, Mircea Rednic, Gavril Balint and Dorinel Munteanu.