Florin Halagian

Florin Halagian
Personal information
Full name Florin Halagian
Date of birth (1939-03-07) 7 March 1939
Place of birth Bucureşti, Romania
Teams managed
Years Team
1971–1981 Argeş Piteşti
1979 Romania (Caretaker)
1981–1984 Olt Scorniceşti
1984 Steaua Bucureşti
1985 Universitatea Craiova
1985–1988 Argeş Piteşti
1988–1989 Victoria Bucureşti
1990–1991 Romania B
1991–1994 Dinamo Bucureşti
1994–1995 Inter Sibiu
1995–1997 Naţional Bucureşti
1999 FCM Bacău
1999 Argeş Piteşti
2000 FC Braşov
2000 Ceahlăul Piatra Neamţ
2001–2002 Argeş Piteşti
2009–2010 Gloria Bistriţa
2010 Dacia Mioveni
2011 Gloria Bistriţa

Florin Halagian (born 7 March 1939 in Romania) is a former Romanian football player and manager of Armenian descent.

On 25 March 2008 he was decorated by the president of Romania, Traian Băsescu for all activity and quality of football coach, for forming young generation on future champions with Ordinul "Meritul Sportiv" — (The Order "The Sportive Merit") class III.

Halagian was the manager of the Romania national football team for one match during 1979.[1]

In 2011, Halagian returned to Gloria Bistriţa, but was sacked 3 weeks later because of issues regarding players shaving before matches.[2]


  1. Siminiceanu, Radu (10 January 2004). "Romania National Team 1970–1979 – Details". RSSSF. Retrieved 20 July 2009.
  2. David Hills (1 May 2011). "Return to Gloria Bistrita". The Guardian. Retrieved 1 May 2011.

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