Gabriel Raksi

Forward, Football player

1938 – 2002

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Who was Gabriel Raksi?

Gabriel Raksi was a Romanian international football player.

He made his first steps in the football career ever since 1951, joining the team Metalul Oradea. The next team he joined was Industria Sârmei Câmpia Turzii, reaching in 1959 to CCA Bucureşti, after his enrollment. Gheorghe Popescu I, the coach of CCA Bucureşti team immediately introduced him in the Romanian great team, making his debut on the Republic Stadium, during the game with Progresul Bucureşti; Gheorghe Popescu I’s team comprised the following players: Voinescu, Zavoda II, Apolzan, Ivănescu, Jenei, Bone, Cacoveanu, Raksi, Alecsandrescu, Zavoda I, Tătaru. Raksi remained at Steaua until 1967.

During his time with Steaua, Raksi played three times for the Romania national football team, in the national youth team for 7 times and for 4 times in the Division B, as it was practiced then. The team that attacked the qualification to the Rome Olympic Games when Raksi was making his debut against Bulgaria had the following team composition: Voinescu, Zavoda II, Apolzan, Soare, Jenei, Călinoiu, Raksi, Constantin, Ene, Eftimie, Tătaru.

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Nov 1, 1938
  • Romania
Lived in
  • Bucharest
  • Oradea
Apr 12, 2002

on July 23, 2013


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