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Dobre was not among the players summoned by the coach Edi Iordănescu for the verification matches with Greece and Israel, which terribly upset the footballer: “I am no longer interested in the Romanian national team. Those there make me feel non-existent, invisible. They didn’t respect my work” transmitted the offensive midfielder a month and a half ago.
- 1 million euros is Alexandru Dobre’s market share, according to Transfermarkt.
Alexandru Dobre, the player who declared that he does not want to hear about the Romanian national team, could make his debut under the command of Edi Iordănescu in the League of Nations
Things seem to have changed in the meantime and Alexandru Dobre is on preliminary list of foreigners announced by Edi Iordănescu for the League of Nations matches, from the beginning of June. If he is kept in the Romanian team, Dijon’s player could make his debut in the senior national team, after playing in the U21 national team and representing our country at the Olympic Games in Tokyo.
- Dobre has collected 31 matches, 9 goals and 4 assists this season in Dijon.
Leaving Romania in 2016 from a junior team from Cluj, Dobre was transferred from Bournemouth, where he was registered with the U21 team. Over time, he has been loaned to several teams in the lower echelons of England, Bury, Rochdale, Yeovil and Wigan, and since 2020 he has been playing for Dijon, the group that paid one million euros for him.
The Romanian can evolve both as a side striker and as an offensive midfielder, behind the striker.
Alexandru Dobre wants to become the first Romanian footballer to win the Golden Ball
In an interview with BeIN Sports, the striker said that he set his mentality of being among the best footballers in the world since he was a child. Although he has not yet done so, Dobre still believes in his own strength and has stated that he wants to succeed. the first Romanian footballer to win the Golden Ball.
“When I was little, I loved football, but I wasn’t that good. I could say that I was that kind of hard-working footballer. My family helped me a lot, I had a coach at the end, I did athletics, I worked on technique.
At the age of seven, I did two workouts a day, and when I went to football I said I didn’t want to be an ordinary player. Either I’ll be the best in the top five in the world, or I’ll do something else.
Yes, I want to be the first Romanian to win the Golden Balloon! This is my biggest dream. Maybe people will laugh, maybe they’ll say I’m crazy, but if you believe in your dream and visualize it long enough, maybe someday you’ll achieve it. “transmitted the Romanian.
Four official tricolor matches in the League of Nations in June
- Montenegro – ROMANIA, June 4, 9:45 p.m., Podgorica Stadium
- Bosnia and Herzegovina – ROMANIA, June 7, 8:45 p.m., Bilino Polje Zenica Stadium
- ROMANIA – Finland, June 11, 9:45 p.m., Giulești Stadium
- ROMANIA – Montenegro, June 14, 9:45 p.m., Giulești Stadium
For this action, the selector Edi Iordănescu drew up a preliminary list of 27 foreigners. Here is the full list:
GOALKEEPERS: Florin Niță (Sparta Prague | Czech Republic, 15/0);
FOUNDERS: Vlad Chiricheș (Sassuolo | Italy, 71/0), Cristi Ganea (Aris Thessaloniki | Greece, 8/0), Virgil Ghiță (KS Krakow | Poland, 1/0), Ionuț Nedelcearu (Crotone | Italy, 21/2 ), Alexandru Pașcanu (Ponferradina | Spain, 0/0), Adrian Rus (Fehervar | Hungary, 12/0), Andrei Rațiu (Huesca | Spain, 6/0), Deian Sorescu (Rakow Czestochowa | Poland, 5/0) , Bogdan Țîru (Jagiellonia | Poland, 2/0);
Midfielders: Daniel Boloca (Frosinone | Italy, 0/0), Eric Bicfalvi (FC Ural | Russia, 7/1), Alexandru Cicâldău (Galatasaray | Turkey, 22/3), Alexandru Dobre (Dijon | France, 0/0) , Sergiu Hanca (KS Krakow | Poland, 5/0), Dennis Man (Parma | Italy, 14/4), Răzvan Marin (Cagliari | Italy, 37/2), Marius Marin (Pisa | Italy, 3/0), Alexandru Maxim (Gaziantep FK | Turkey, 52/6), Valentin Mihăilă (Atalanta | Italy, 7/1), Alexandru Mitriță (PAOK Thessaloniki | Greece, 17/3), Olimpiu Moruțan (Galatasaray | Turkey, 3/0), Dorin Rotariu (Atromitos | Greece, 10/1), Nicolae Stanciu (Wuhan Three Towns | China, 54/11);
FORWARDS: Denis Alibec (Atromitos | Greece, 23/2), Denis Drăguș (Standard Liege | Belgium, 2/0), George Pușcaș (Pisa | Italy, 27/8).
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