László Balint

Defender, Football player

1979 –


Who is László Balint?

László Balint is a Romanian football manager of Hungarian descent, currently in charge of the Liga III club Unirea Tărlungeni. He has been a player-manager in the 2010–2011 season, after signing as a player in March 2010.

In his early career as a footballer, he played for Rapid Energia Braşov, Romradiatoare Braşov, before joining FC Braşov in 2001, where he played for four seasons in Liga I. After the club's relegation he moved to CFR Cluj, under player-coach Dorinel Munteanu, reaching with his new club into the Intertoto Cup finals of 2005. The following season he transferred to another Liga I club, UTA Arad. In 2007, he is brought by Dan Petrescu into the squad of Unirea Urziceni, a team that would gain its first championship title in history two years later. After that, followed short spells at Gloria Bistriţa and Diósgyőr in the Hungarian First Division, before signing as a player-manager for Unirea Tărlungeni in the Romanian Liga III, a club near his hometown of Braşov.

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Mar 29, 1979
  • Romania

on July 23, 2013


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