Florin Cernat

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Florin Cernat
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Florin Cernat (2013)
Surname Florin Lucian Cernat
birthday March 10, 1980
place of birth GalațiRomania
size 171 cm
position midfield
Years station
1986-1998 Oțelul Galați
Years station Games (goals) 1
1998-2000 Oțelul Galați 36 0(5)
2000-2001 Dinamo Bucharest 25 0(2)
2001-2009 Dynamo Kiev 130 (31)
2007-2008 →  HNK Hajduk Split  (loan) 28 0(8)
2009-2010 HNK Hajduk Split 25 0(2)
2010-2013 Kardemir Karabükspor 68 (19)
2013-2014 Çaykur Rizespor 34 (11)
2014-2015 Oțelul Galați 26 0(6)
2015-2016 FC Viitorul Constanța 17 0(8)
2016-2018 FC Voluntari 59 (11)
National team
Years selection Games (goals)
2002-2004 Romania 14 0(2)
1 Only league games are given.
Status: end of season 2017/18

Florin Lucian Cernat (born March 10, 1980 in Galați , Galați district ) is a former Romanian football player .



Cernat's first professional club was Oțelul Galați in 1998 , from where he moved to Dinamo Bucharest in 2000 . At Dinamo he was only a year and a half, in which he was once Romanian champion and Romanian cup winner. In 2001 he was engaged by Dynamo Kiev , which had just undergone a change in personnel following the departure of Andrij Shevchenko , Serhiy Rebrow and Kacha Kaladze . While he was still a regular in his early years at Kiev, he was rarely used under new coach Anatoliy Demyanenko , who took over Kiev in 2005. In 2007, Cernat was therefore loaned to the Croatian first division club HNK Hajduk Split . At Hajduk he was a regular and reached the Croatian Cup final, where Dinamo Zagreb had to be beaten. In 2008 he returned to Dynamo Kiev, who had now got a new coach, Yuri Syomin . But even under Sjomin he was used very rarely, which is why he left Kiev after the 2008/09 season and moved to Hajduk Split.

After another season he moved to the Turkish first division promoted Kardemir Karabükspor . At this club, he immediately established himself as a leading player and was an undisputed regular player for two seasons. At the end of the first half of the 2012/13 season, Mesut Bakkal took over as coach at Karabükspor and put on the list of players he no longer plans with during the winter break. So after mutual agreement with the club management, Cernat terminated its contract prematurely and separated from this club.

After this split from Karabükspor, Cernat was associated with several Turkish first and second division clubs. Finally he moved to the TFF 1st Lig for the northeast Anatolian club Çaykur Rizespor . With his new club, he rose to the Süper Lig at the end of the 2012/13 season . In the summer of 2014, his contract was not extended after relegation . He then returned to Oțelul Galați. After relegation in 2015 , he left the club and joined FC Viitorul Constanța . In summer 2016 he moved to FC Voluntari . With his new club he was able to celebrate the cup victory in 2017 . In the 2017/18 season he and his team won the relegation class.

National team

For Romania , he made 14 caps for Romania until his last game in 2004. He played his first game against Ukraine in 2002 (4-1).

titles and achievements


Dinamo Bucharest
Dynamo Kiev
HNK Hajduk Split
Çaykur Rizespor
FC Voluntari

Web links

Commons : Florin Cernat  - Collection of Images, Videos and Audio Files

Individual evidence

  1. ua-football.com: Чернат возвращается в "Хайдук" , June 26, 2009
  2. mackolik.com: "Florin Cernat Rizespor'da" (accessed on January 2, 2013)
  3. hurriyet.com.tr: "Ç.Rizespor'da 4 yabancı ayrıldı" (accessed on August 7, 2014)