Romanian coach Mircea Lucescu was released from a Bucharest
hospital on Monday, more than two weeks after he was injured in
a car accident there.
Lucescu, 66, was rushed to hospital for surgery after
breaking several ribs and suffering a concussion in the crash.
"There wasn't such a big interest in me, even when I won the
Europa League," Lucescu was quoted by Romanian sports news site
www.sport.ro as saying after his release.
"I thank the Romanian doctors. I want to get back to my
team, to football as soon as possible. Will I be driving again?
Lucescu has coached Ukraine champions Shakhtar since 2004,
leading them to five domestic league titles, three Ukrainian
Cups and the UEFA Cup in 2009.
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