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Ilie Balaci
Ilie Balaci
Ilie Balaci
(Romanian pronunciation: [iˈli.e ˈbalat͡ʃʲ]; born 13 September 1956) is a retired Romanian football midfielder and current manager. He spent 12 of his 15 years as a professional with Universitatea Craiova, appearing in more than 300 official games with the club and winning seven major titles. Balaci is considered one of the greatest Romanian footballers of all time, along with Gheorghe Hagi, Nicolae Dobrin, Marcel Răducanu
Marcel Răducanu
and Florea Dumitrache.[1]Contents1 Playing career1.1 Club career 1.2 International career2 Managerial career2.1 Managerial statistics3 Personal life 4 References 5 External linksPlaying career[edit] Club career[edit] Balaci is a product of Universitatea Craiova's youth system. He made his first team debut in 1973, at the age of 16, and won the league title in his first season
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Bistreţ
Bistreț
Bistreț
is a commune in Dolj County, Romania
Romania
with a population of 4,616 people in 2002
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Rodion Cămătaru
Rodion Gorun Cămătaru (Romanian: [rodiˈon kəməˈtaru]; born 22 June 1958) is a retired Romanian footballer, who played as a striker.Contents1 Club career 2 International career 3 References 4 External linksClub career[edit] He was born in Strehaia
Strehaia
and debuted in Divizia A with Universitatea Craiova in 1974. He spent twelve seasons with Universitatea, winning the league titles in 1980 and 1981. In 1986, he was transferred to Dinamo București, where he became the Divizia A top goalscorer the first season with 44 goals in 33 games. He retired in 1993, having played in Belgium and the Netherlands since 1989. Cămătaru scored his last ever goal as a professional in the Dutch cup final, playing for Heerenveen, on 20 May 1993. The match was won by Ajax. In a controversial case, he scored 18 goals in the last six matches of the 1986–87 season
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1973–74 Divizia A
The 1973–74 Divizia A
Divizia A
was the fifty-sixth season of Divizia A, the top-level football league of Romania. League table[edit]Pos Team [v t e]Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation1 Universitatea Craiova (C) 34 20 5 9 63 37 +26 45 1974–75 European Cup First round2 Dinamo București 34 18 8 8 60 34 +26 44 1974–75 UEFA
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Romanian League
The Liga I
Liga I
(Romanian pronunciation: [ˈliɡa ɨŋˈtɨj]; English: First League), also spelled Liga 1 (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈliɡa ˈunu]; English: League One), is a Romanian professional league for men's association football clubs. It is currently sponsored by betting company Betano, and thus officially known as the Liga 1 Betano.[1] At the top of the Romanian football league system, it is the country's primary football competition. Contested by 14 clubs, it operates on a system of promotion and relegation with Liga II. The teams play 26 matches each in the regular season, and then enter the play-off or the play-out according to their position in the regular season. Liga I
Liga I
was established in 1909 and commenced play for the 1909–10 campaign, being currently on the 20th place in UEFA's league coefficient ranking list. It is administered by the Liga Profesionistă de Fotbal (LPF)
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1979–80 Divizia A
The 1979–80 Divizia A was the sixty-second season of Divizia A, the top-level football league of Romania. League table[edit]Pos Team [v t e]Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation1 Universitatea Craiova (C) 34 17 10 7 66 31 +35 44 1980–81 European Cup First round2 Steaua București 34 17 10 7 74 44 +30 44 1980–81 UEFA Cup First round3 Argeș Pitești 34 16 7 11 51 38 +13 394 FC Baia Mare 34 18 3 13 57 51 +6 395 Dinamo București 34 14 9 11 50 37 +13 376 Sportul Studenţesc Bucureşti 34 16 5 13 44 34 +10 37 1980-81 Balkans Cup7 SC Bacău 34 12 11 11 40 47 −7 358 Politehnica Iași 34 16 2 16 47 45 +2 349 Chimia Râmnicu Vâlcea 34 14 6 14 42 49 −7 3410 Politehnica Timișoara 34 15 3 16 47 50 −3 33 1980–81 European Cup Winners' Cup First round11 Jiul Petroșani 34 12 9 13 26 39 −13 3312 Universitatea Cluj 34 14 4 16 44 43 +1 3213 FC Scorniceșt
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1980–81 Divizia A
The 1980–81 Divizia A was the sixty-third season of Divizia A, the top-level football league of Romania. League table[edit]Pos Team [v t e]Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation1 Universitatea Craiova (C) 34 21 4 9 72 33 +39 46 1981–82 European Cup First round2 Dinamo București 34 18 7 9 57 34 +23 43 1981–82 UEFA Cup First round3 Argeș Pitești 34 19 4 11 63 39 +24 424 Steaua București 34 15 8 11 50 45 +5 38 1981-83 Balkans Cup5 Sportul Studenţesc Bucureşti 34 17 2 15 54 35 +19 366 Corvinul Hunedoara 34 16 3 15 72 48 +24 357 Olt Scornicești 34 14 7 13 44 49 −5 358 FCM Brașov 34 14 6 14 35 41 −6 349 Chimia Râmnicu Vâlcea 34 15 4 15 51 60 −9 3410 Jiul Petroșani 34 14 5 15 44 41 +3 3311 SC Bacău 34 14 5 15 46 51 −5 3312 Politehnica Timișoara 34 13 7 14 33 46 −13 33 1981–82 European Cup Winners' Cup Preliminary round13 ASA Târgu M
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Romanian Cup
The Cupa României
Cupa României
(English: Romanian Cup) is a football cup competition for Romanian teams which has been held annually since 1933–34, except during World War II. It is the country's main cup competition, being open to all clubs affiliated with the Romanian Football Federation (FRF) and the county football associations regardless of the league they belong to. Currently, the winner of the competition is granted a place in the UEFA Europa League
UEFA Europa League
qualifiers and plays the Supercupa României. Most finals have been held at the Stadionul Național
Stadionul Național
(formerly known as "23 August"), and occasionally at other stadiums in Bucharest. During the construction of the new Stadionul Național, the final was staged each year in a different major city of the country
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AC Milan
Associazione Calcio Milan
Milan
(Italian pronunciation: [assotʃatˈtsjoːne ˈkaltʃo ˈmiːlan]), commonly referred to as A.C
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Communist Romania
The Socialist Republic
Republic
of Romania
Romania
(Romanian: Republica Socialistă România, RSR) refers to Romania
Romania
under Marxist-Leninist one-party Communist rule that existed officially from 1947 to 1989. From 1947 to 1965, the state was known as the Romanian People's Republic
Republic
(Republica Populară Romînă, RPR). The country was a Soviet-aligned Eastern Bloc state with a dominant role for the Romanian Communist Party enshrined in its constitutions. As World War II
World War II
ended, Romania, a former Axis member, was occupied by the Soviet Union, the sole representative of the Allies
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1986–87 Divizia A
The 1986–87 Divizia A was the sixty-ninth season of Divizia A, the top-level football league of Romania.Contents1 League table1.1 Positions by round 1.2 Results2 Top goalscorers 3 ReferencesLeague table[edit]Pos Team [v t e]Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation1 Steaua București (C) 34 25 9 0 87 17 +70 59 1987–88 European Cup First round2 Dinamo București 34 17 10 7 84 46 +38 44 1987–88 European Cup Winners' Cup First round3 Victoria București 34 15 8 11 43 39 +4 38 1987–88 UEFA Cup First round4 Sportul Studenţesc Bucureşti 34 14 7 13 55 46 +9 355 Universitatea Craiova 34 11 13 10 40 34 +6 356 Argeș Pitești 34 12 11 11 28 25 +3 35 1987-88 Balkans Cup7 Olt Scornicești 34 15 5 14 33 43 −10 358 Petrolul Ploiești 34 9 16 9 26 27 −1 349 Corvinul Hunedoara 34 13 7 14 64 56 +8 33 1987-88 Balkans Cup10 Universitatea Cluj 34 14 4
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Mircea Lucescu
Mircea Lucescu
Mircea Lucescu
(Romanian pronunciation: [ˈmirt͡ʃe̯a luˈt͡ʃesku]; born 29 July 1945) is a Romanian football manager and former player who is currently in charge of the Turkish national football team. During his playing career, Lucescu won six Romanian league titles with his home town club Dinamo București and made 70 appearances for the Romania
Romania
national football team, captaining the nation at the 1970 FIFA World Cup.[1] Lucescu has coached in Romania, Italy, Turkey, Ukraine
Ukraine
and Russia
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Association Football
Association football, more commonly known as football or soccer,[a] is a team sport played between two teams of eleven players with a spherical ball. It is played by 250 million players in over 200 countries and dependencies, making it the world's most popular sport.[3][4][5][6] The game is played on a rectangular field with a goal at each end. The object of the game is to score by moving the ball beyond the goal line into the opposing goal. Players are not allowed to touch the ball with outstretched hands or arms while it is in play, unless they are goalkeepers within their penalty area. Other players mainly use their feet to strike or pass the ball, but may also use any other part of their body except the hands and the arms. The team that scores the most goals by the end of the match wins. If the score is level at the end of the game, either a draw is declared or the game goes into extra time or a penalty shootout depending on the format of the competition
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Divizia A
The Liga I
Liga I
(Romanian pronunciation: [ˈliɡa ɨŋˈtɨj]; English: First League), also spelled Liga 1 (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈliɡa ˈunu]; English: League One), is a Romanian professional league for men's association football clubs. It is currently sponsored by betting company Betano, and thus officially known as the Liga 1 Betano.[1] At the top of the Romanian football league system, it is the country's primary football competition. Contested by 14 clubs, it operates on a system of promotion and relegation with Liga II. The teams play 26 matches each in the regular season, and then enter the play-off or the play-out according to their position in the regular season. Liga I
Liga I
was established in 1909 and commenced play for the 1909–10 campaign, being currently on the 20th place in UEFA's league coefficient ranking list. It is administered by the Liga Profesionistă de Fotbal (LPF)
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FC Olt Scornicesti
FC Olt Scornicești is a football club based in Scornicești, Olt County in southern Romania. Founded in 1973, it soon became one of the best teams from a rural area. It currently plays in the Liga IV.Contents1 Chronology of names 2 History 3 Notable former players 4 Notable managers 5 Honours 6 References 7 External linksChronology of names[edit]Name [1] PeriodViitorul Scornicești 1973–1978FC Scornicești 1978–1980FC Olt Scornicești 1980–1990CS Olt 90 Scornicești 1990–1994FC Olt Scornicești 1994–presentHistory[edit] The club represented the home village of former dictator Nicolae Ceaușescu, arguably receiving "extra help" to reach Divizia A and remain there. In 1974 promoted in Divizia C, 1978 in Divizia B and then, after only one year they reached the first division
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FC Dinamo Bucuresti
Fotbal Club Dinamo București (Romanian pronunciation: [diˈnamo bukuˈreʃtʲ]), commonly known as Dinamo București, or simply as Dinamo within Romania, is a Romanian professional football club based in Bucharest. Founded in 1948, it has spent its entire history in Liga I, the top tier of the Romanian football league system. Domestically, Dinamo București is one of the two most successful teams in Romania, having won 18 Liga I
Liga I
titles, 13 Cupa României, two Supercupa României, and one Cupa Ligii. In the 1983–84 season, they became the second Romanian club to reach the semi-finals of the European Cup. Dinamo's traditional home colours are white red, while the current crest is a modified version of the one adopted in the 1998
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