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[Nov 7] Marius Urzica wants to become RGF President

Marius Urzica said in a TVR1 interview this evening that he "supports a change at RGF" (meaning a new President) and he will compete himself for the President position in the December 5 elections. Not like he may have chances to win or something (my opinion), but his statements may be a signal for local clubs who will vote the new President. Urzica said local clubs need more attention in the near future from RGF and young coaches need to be given a chance to do their job in Romania (by being paid decent wages).
Very nice to see such a great champion being involved in a positive change of our beloved sport; we just hope that more statements like this will follow next weeks, to wake up the minds of those who can vote for a change.
During a TV sport show at Prima TV tonight, Urzica said that he will retire after Worlds, his club "Dinamo" will support him for RGF Presidency. About his background, he finished the Sport University back in 1998; about Vieru: "there is a time in life when, due to age, you have to step back to leave the place to younger people." The suggestion to go for Presidency came "from some coaches" friends of him. Others says it came from an RGF official, too.
The latest Bucharest rumor, mentioned in the show, is about Maria Olaru thinking about the RGF Presidency (Maria being a B&B's close friend, we can imagine the source of this idea; the last thing romanian gymnastics need and the worst which can happen is to have a B&B's "puppet" at the RGF Presidency).
Asked about his intentions if he became the RGF President, Urzica answered
"our coaches need to have more support from us (RGF), rather then working abroad".
Urzica about men's team at Worlds: "we have chances at AA, floor, vault, pommel horse." Tomorrow the men's team have a test contest.Urzica (30 years old) have spend his past 24 years doing gymnastics.His palms, showed in front of TV cameras, were full of corns.

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