The Romanian coach of famous Moldovan football club Zimbru, Flavius Stoican, is criminally investigated. He was pulled up by the police as he was driving but declined to pass the alcohol test.
He was taken then to a laboratory but refused to pass the test there either. If found guilty, Zimbru’s trainer may be fined up to 13,000 lei ($650) or ordered to perform community services of up to 240 h.
He may also be withdrawn his driver license. Stoican refrained from making comments when contacted by Publika TV.
PUBLIKA.MD reminder: The Romanian Flavius Stoican, aged 39, started to train Zimbru four months ago. He had played for Dinamo Bucureşti and Shakhtar Donetsk, and performed in 19 games with the Romania.