Hagi


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Hagi

(hä`gē), city (1990 pop. 50,618), Yamaguchi prefecture, W Honshu, Japan, on the delta of the Abu River. It is known for the production of pottery and bamboo and was a castle town of the Mori clan during the Tokugawa era.
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One of my proudest moments was arranging a meeting between Marcel Desailly and Gheorghe Hagi to patch up a quarrel which had occurred in the game between Romania and France at St James' Park and had festered on for a few days.
At the end of the tournament, Khalid Mounir Ali, from Aspire Academy, was awarded the 'Best Player of the Tournament' trophy for the 1998 age group, while Dragos Denis, from the Gheorghe Hagi Football Academy, received the award for the 1999 age group category.
A statement on the club's website read: "Gheorghe Hagi is the new football manager of Galatasaray, and Tugay Kerimoglu has been appointed as assistant football manager.
With former West Ham maverick Paolo Di Canio forced to pull out of the event at late notice, Hagi is unquestionably the most unpredictable talent on show.
I've had enough," said Hagi of his strained relationship with Becali at the time.
Some speculators, who had anticipated further carry-trade unwinding and attempted to push the dollar lower, ''only met limited response from other investors,'' Hagi said, adding that robust equity markets were another sign of recovery in investors' risk tolerance.
There has been a stand-off between Hagi and the club since a bizarre row when he accused some club officials of stealing his mobile phone, only to find it later.
La Federacion Rumana de Futbol aprobo por unanimidad la propuesta de nombrar al el ex futbolista Gheorghe Hagi como seleccionador para los proximos tres anos en sustitucion de Ladislau Boloni.
GERMAN star Jorg Albertz has claimed that Georghi Hagi would never get a game for Rangers.
And it doesn't matter if Gheorge Hagi is coming back for Galatasaray on Tuesday night.
Italy midfielder Antonio Conte last night accused Romania's Gheorghe Hagi of trying to break his leg in the crunching tackle which ended the Juventus skipper's Euro 2000 campaign.
EVEN with ace playmaker Gheorghe Hagi back in their ranks, after he sat out Tuesday's last-minute win over England, the odds are stacked against Romania upsetting Italy at Brussels' King Baudoin Stadium tonight.