1950 FC Dinamo București season

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FC Dinamo Bucureşti
1950 season
Manager Iuliu Baratky
Divizia A 8th
Cupa României Quarterfinals

The 1950 season was Dinamo Bucureşti's second season in Divizia A. Because of the system's switch to spring-autumn, between 1948–1949 and 1950 championships, Dinamo participated in the Fall Cup. The team played in the 5th Serie, and they won eight matches, draw one and lose one, at home with CFR Bucureşti.

Dinamo finished the championship in 8th place with 21 points. Constantin Popescu ranked third in the top scorer with 14 goals scored.

Results[edit]

Divizia A
Round Date Opponent Stadium Result
1 19 March 1950 CCA Bucureşti H 2-2
2 26 March 1950 Flamura Roşie Arad A 0-2
3 2 April 1950 Locomotiva Timişoara H 2-0
4 10 April 1950 Locomotiva Bucureşti A 2-4
5 16 April 1950 Partizanul Petroşani H 5-3
6 23 April 1950 Progresul ICO Oradea A 0-1
7 28 May 1950 CSU Timişoara A 3-2
8 4 June 1950 Locomotiva Târgu Mureş H 3-2
9 10 June 1950 Partizanul Bucureşti A 4-3
10 18 June 1950 Locomotiva Sibiu A 1-2
11 25 June 1950 Metalul Reşiţa A 0-2
12 13 August 1950 CCA Bucureşti A 1-0
13 20 August 1950 Flamura Roşie Arad H 1-3
14 27 August 1950 Locomotiva Timişoara A 3-1
15 2 September 1950 Locomotiva Bucureşti H 3-5
16 1 October 1950 Partizanul Petroşani A 0-0
17 17 October 1950 Progresul ICO Oradea H 0-2
18 24 October 1950 Ştiinţa Timişoara H 2-3
19 29 October 1950 Locomotiva Târgu Mureş A 0-2
20 4 November 1950 Partizanul Bucureşti H 2-2
21 12 November 1950 Locomotiva Sibiu H 2-1
22 19 November 1950 Metalul Reşiţa H 2-1
Cupa României
Round Date Opponent Stadium Result
Last 32 2 July 1950 Partizanul Ploieşti A 4-2
Last 16 17 August 1950 Partizanul Bucureşti H 1-1
Last 16 (replay) 7 September 1950 Partizanul Bucureşti H 4-3
Quarterfinals 12 October 1950 Progresul ICO Oradea A 1-2

Squad[edit]

Standard team: Petre Ivan - Florian Ambru, Caius Novac - Gheorghe Băcuţ, Constantin Marinescu, Angelo Niculescu (Ion Şiclovan) - Nicolae Voinescu (Iuliu Farkaş), Carol Bartha, Titus Ozon, Dumitru Nicolae, Constantin Popescu (Vasile Naciu).

Transfers[edit]

Gheorghe Băcuţ (UTA), Constantin Marinescu (Jiul Petroşani), Dumitru Nicolae, Nicolae Voinescu and Constantin "Titi" Popescu were brought from Metalul Bucureşti, along with the coach Iuliu Baratky. Simionescu was transferred to Locomotiva Bucureşti, and Farkaş to Partizanul Petroşani.

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