Date of birth: 19 September 1975
Playing career: Chindia Târgovişte, FC Steaua Bucureşti, PFC Litex Lovech (loan), FC Energie Cottbus, Alemannia Aachen, 1. FC Kaiserslautern
Coaching career: FC Snagov (twice), FC Universitatea Craiova (twice), ACF Gloria 1922 Bistrița, CS Concordia Chiajna, FC Steaua Bucureşti
• A right-back who could also play in midfield, Reghecampf started his career at hometown club Târgovişte before joining Steaua in 1996 aged 21. Stayed four years and won two league titles, one Romanian Cup and one Super Cup, adding a Bulgarian league title during a six-month loan at Litex in 1998/99.
• Moved to Germany in 2000 and spent four years with both Cottbus and Aachen, where he was captain – influencing his mentality, approach and later work as a coach. Hung up his boots in 2009 following a season with Kaiserslautern and returned home to start his managerial career with second division Snagov.
• Moved on to Universitatea Craiova for the second half of 2009/10, helping the club avoid relegation; short spells at Gloria Bistrița and back at both Snagov and Universitatea Craiova followed.
• Took charge of Concordia Chiajna in December 2011 and lifted the club from 17th position to tenth, collecting 34 points from a possible 48 in the second half of the campaign – which won him a return to Steaua 12 years after he had left the club.
• In his first season back led Steaua to a first league title in seven years and the Romanian Super Cup; guided the club into the UEFA Europa League round of 16 and took them into the UEFA Champions League group stage at the start of 2013/14.
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