|Full name||Elviu Karl Žeoržiny|
|Year of birth||1964|
|Place of birth||Clementsgrad, Gerenia|
|Year of death||2018|
|2013–?||Glaxo Academy FT|
|* Appearances (Goals) |
Player received at least one call-up for any emboldened national teams
Žeoržiny was born in 1964 in Clementsgrad, where he lived until he moved to Port Isherwood at the age of 25. Žeoržiny returned to his hometown in late 2011, and worked as a decorator before his first managerial job.
Although he had studied football teams management, Žeoržiny had never taken any club. In 2012, he finally decided to apply for a post at recently-founded side KZK Gentóul. The team competed in the first Gerenian National Cup, eventually reaching the final, where they lost to Isherwood CSSC.
KZK Gentóul's campaign astonished the football community of Gerenia, however, their defensive play also aroused criticism. Once finished the second leg of the National Cup semi-finals, which ended in Gentóul's 2–1 victory over Clementsgrad United, United's manager George Lanata coldly greeted Žeoržiny, and spoke to him shortly (it was believed that Lanata insulted or caused offence to Žeoržiny, nevertheless, that was denied by both of them). At a post-match press conference, Lanata complained about Gentóul's extremely defensive style.