Teams: FC Barcelona, România
Iordanescu (Romania): He qualified Romania for Euro'16. 7 matches this year, no defeats, but only two wins against Faroe. His selections and tactics are very criticized.
Lucescu (Shakhtar): Not his best year at Shakhtar compared to previous. No league or cup title, he won the Ukrainian Supercup. Currently his team is leader with the same points than Dynamo Kiev. Failed to do something in CL against Real Madrid and PSG, but he can't play games in his real home due to the war.
Galca (Steaua): No other Romanian coach managed to win 3 trophies in this year; he did it with Steaua (league, cup and league cup). Steaua fans never forgot Reghecampf though and he left. In December he got a contract at Espanyol where he won his first two matches.
Sumudica (Astra): Astra is finally a title contender under this polemic coach. His team was probably the most regular through this year. He got the best from difficult talents like Budescu and Alibec but he couldn't solve a somehow weak defending. He managed to eliminate West Ham from Europe, but failed to reach the EL groups.
Hagi (Viitorul): It was hard to believe some time ago, but Hagi's Viitorul will fight for the national title and he has all the merit. Contrary to the general opinion, Hagi is showing to be a competent coach (maybe because he's his own boss) and his team is a little tactical gem. He's currently second in the league.
Rednic (Dinamo): His Dinamo is, after many years, a competitive and disciplined side. Third in the league and in semifinals of the cup, this can be a successful season. And he already won a 'title': the win in the derby against Steaua after years of humiliation.
Edi Iordanescu (Pandurii): Judging by numbers his Pandurii is even better than the one of Grigoras. Iordanescu junior managed to keep the attractive style of this team and recuperated Nistor and Sapunaru in their best versions. Terrible inconsistency stopped him to put Pandurii higher in the table.
Petrescu (Jiangsu): After Galca he's the coach with more trophies: Romanian supercup with Targu Mures and Chinese cup with Jiangsu. That shows he's still a good coach despite doubtful decisions in his career.
Olaroiu (Al Ahli): The best we can say about Olaroiu in 2015 is that he surprinsingly reached the Asian CL final, but lost there against Scolari's Chinese team. Apparently he doesn't need big budgets to make good teams.
Honour mention to Liviu Ciobotariu, he was really close to win the league with Targu Mures.