1989–90 NK Dinamo Zagreb season

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Dinamo Zagreb
1989–90 season
Chairman Zdenko Mahmet
Manager Josip Kuže
Stadium Maksimir Stadium
First League 2nd
Yugoslav Cup Second round
Top goalscorer Davor Šuker (12)
Highest home attendance 40,341 vs Hajduk Split00 (19 September 1989)
Lowest home attendance 6,179 vs Sarajevo
(5 November 1989)

The 1989–90 season was the 44th season of competitive football played by Dinamo Zagreb. The season was marked by a football riot on May 13, 1990 at Maksimir Stadium in Zagreb on a match between Dinamo Zagreb and Red Star Belgrade.


Squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia GK Miralem Ibrahimović
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia GK Dražen Ladić
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Željko Cupan
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Dražen Biškup
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Slavko Ištvanić
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Zvonko Lipovac
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Damir Lesjak
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Zoran Mamić
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Andrej Panadić
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Vlado Čapljić
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Milivoj Bračun
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Miodrag Đurđević
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Muhamed Preljević
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia MF Dražen Besek
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia MF Zvonimir Boban
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia MF Davor Matić
No. Position Player
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia MF Dražen Boban
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia MF Mladen Mladenović
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia MF Draženko Prskalo
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia MF Kujtim Shala
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia MF Vjekoslav Škrinjar
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia MF Dževad Turković
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia MF Dubravko Pavličić
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FW Zoran Škerjanc
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FW Stjepan Deverić
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FW Fabijan Komljenović
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FW Nedeljko Topić
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FW Igor Cvitanović
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FW Stanislav Komočar
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FW Alen Peternac
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FW Davor Šuker


First Federal League[edit]

Matches[edit]

Date Opponents Home /
Away
Result
(F – A)
Dinamo scorers Attendance
030 Jul 1989 Spartak H 1 – 0 Šuker 010,279
05 Aug 1989 Sloboda A 0 – 0 (5 – 3 p) 02,725
013 Aug 1989 Vojvodina H 2 – 0 Panadić (2) 012,287
019 Aug 1989 Vardar A 4 – 0 Panadić, Šuker, Mladenović (2) 06,296
027 Aug 1989 Željezničar H 2 – 0 Šuker, Škerjanc 08,026
010 Sep 1989 Osijek A 0 – 1 012,468
017 Sep 1989 Hajduk H 2 – 0 Shala, Boban 040,341
023 Sep 1989 Partizan A 1 – 1 (4 – 3 p) Shala 014,035
01 Oct 1989 Radnički H 3 – 0 Šuker (p), Mladenović, Boban 011,308
07 Oct 1989 Borac A 0 – 1 010,686
015 Oct 1989 Rijeka H 1 – 1 (4 – 3 p) Boban 08,123
022 Oct 1989 Budućnost A 0 – 2 06,680
05 Nov 1989 Sarajevo H 6 – 0 Shala, Boban, Mladenović, Škerjanc, Cvitanović (2) 06,179
011 Nov 1989 Rad A 2 – 0 Šuker, Mladenović 0515
019 Nov 1989 Olimpija H 2 – 1 Boban, Šuker 08,303
026 Nov 1989 Red Star A 0 – 0 (3 – 2 p) 023,985
03 Dec 1989 Velež H 3 – 0 Mladenović, Ištvanić, Cvitanović 09,513
09 Dec 1989 Spartak A 1 – 1 (6 – 5 p) Panadić 01,005
017 Dec 1989 Sloboda H 5 – 0 Mladenović, Boban (2), Cvitanović, Shala 09,513
018 Feb 1990 Vojvodina A 1 – 1 (4 – 3 p) Shala 04,235
025 Feb 1990 Vardar H 3 – 0 Shala, Šuker (2) 016,189
04 Mar 1990 Željezničar A 0 – 0 (0 – 2 p) 09,433
011 Mar 1990 Osijek H 3 – 1 Šuker, Mladenović, Boban 013,347
018 Mar 1990 Hajduk A 3 – 2 Boban, Shala, Šuker, 041,809
025 Mar 1988 Partizan H 2 – 1 Lesjak, Shala 027,215
01 Apr 1990 Radnički A 1 – 1 (6 – 5 p) Besek 08,300
08 Apr 1990 Borac H 3 – 1 Šuker, Mladenović, Cvitanović 09,749
015 Apr 1990 Rijeka A 1 – 1 (1 – 4 p) Šuker 07,038
022 Apr 1990 Budućnost H 0 – 0 (4 – 3 p) 012,276
025 Apr 1990 Sarajevo A 3 – 0 (f) 06,917
029 Apr 1990 Rad H 0 – 0 (4 – 5 p) 08,438
06 May 1990 Olimpija A 0 – 3 06,938
013 May 1990 Red Star H 0 – 3 (f) 0N/A
016 May 1990 Velež A 1 – 2 Mladenović 03,491

Classification[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
PW
PL
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Red Star (C) 34 24 3 2 5 79 29 +50 51 1990–91 European Cup
2 Dinamo Zagreb 34 17 8 3 6 53 25 +28 42 1990–91 UEFA Cup
3 Hajduk Split 34 18 2 1 13 50 35 +15 38 1990–91 European Cup Winners' Cup
4 Partizan 34 18 1 3 12 51 42 +9 37 1990–91 UEFA Cup
5 Rad 34 16 4 2 12 41 31 +10 36

Source: rsssf.com
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored
If a match ended in a draw, penalties were taken, and only the winner of the penalty shoot-out was rewarded with a point
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (E) = Eliminated; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round.
Only applicable when the season is not finished:
(Q) = Qualified to the phase of tournament indicated; (TQ) = Qualified to tournament, but not yet to the particular phase indicated; (RQ) = Qualified to the relegation tournament indicated; (DQ) = Disqualified from tournament.

Yugoslav Cup[edit]

Date Round Opponents Home /
Away
Result
(F – A)
Dinamo scorers
1989 First round Napredak Kruševac H 3 – 0
1989 Second round Partizan H 2 – 3
1989 Second round Partizan A 0 – 1

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