1970–71 FC Dinamo București season

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FC Dinamo Bucureşti
1970-71 season
Manager Dumitru Nicolae Nicuşor
Divizia A 1st
Romanian Cup Finalist
Inter-Cities Fairs Cup 2nd Round
Top goalscorer Florea Dumitrache (15 goals)

The 1970-71 season was FC Dinamo Bucureşti's 22nd season in Divizia A. Dinamo is close to their second double in Romania, but fails to win the Romanian Cup, losing again the final against Steaua. In was the fourth final in a row played by Dinamo. After a two-year break, Dinamo is back in the European cups, playing in the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup where is eliminated in the second round by Liverpool F.C..

Results[edit]

Divizia A
Round Date Opponent Stadium Result
1 30 August 1970 Dinamo Bacău H 2-1
2 6 September 1970 CFR Cluj A 1-0
3 12 September 1970 Poli Iaşi H 1-3
4 20 September 1970 Progresul Bucureşti A 0-0
5 27 September 1970 CFR Timişoara A 2-1
6 4 October 1970 Farul Constanţa H 4-1
7 17 October 1970 FC Argeş A 1-1
8 25 October 1970 Steaua București H 3-0
9 31 October 1970 UTA H 4-1
10 15 November 1970 Petrolul Ploieşti A 1-2
11 22 November 1970 Jiul Petroşani H 4-0
12 28 November 1970 Rapid Bucureşti A 1-1
13 6 December 1970 U Craiova A 0-1
14 9 December 1970 U Cluj H 2-1
15 13 December 1970 Steagul Roşu Braşov A 0-0
16 14 March 1971 SC Bacău A 1-1
17 21 March 1971 CFR Cluj H 4-0
18 28 March 1971 Poli Iaşi A 0-0
19 4 April 1971 Progresul Bucureşti H 1-2
20 11 April 1971 CFR Timişoara H 2-0
21 25 April 1971 Farul Constanţa A 1-2
22 2 May 1971 FC Argeş H 1-0
23 9 May 1971 Steaua București A 1-0
24 22 May 1971 UTA A 2-0
25 30 May 1971 Petrolul Ploieşti H 2-2
26 6 June 1971 Jiul Petroşani A 0-2
27 9 June 1971 Rapid Bucureşti H 1-1
28 13 June 1971 U Craiova H 1-2
29 20 June 1971 U Cluj A 2-2
30 27 June 1971 Steagul Roşu Braşov H 4-4
Divizia A 1970-71 Winners
Dinamo Bucureşti
6th Title
Cupa României
Round Date Opponent Stadium Result
Last 32 7 March 1971 Aurora Urziceni A 2-0
Last 16 24 March 1971 Chimia Făgăraş Braşov 1-0
Quarterfinals, 1st leg 28 April 1971 Progresul Brăila H 4-1
Quarterfinals, 2nd leg 2 June 1971 Progresul Brăila A 0-0
Semifinals, 1st leg 16 June 1971 Metalul Bucureşti A 0-1
Semifinals, 2nd leg 23 June 1971 Metalul Bucureşti H 5-1
Final 4 July 1971 Steaua București Bucureşti 2-3

Romanian Cup final[edit]

Dinamo Bucureşti 2 – 3 Steaua București
Lucescu Goal 2'58' (pen.) Tătaru Goal 23' (pen.)
Attendance: 50,000
Referee: Kevork Ghemigean (Bucharest)
DINAMO:
GK Mircea Constantinescu
DF Florin Cheran
DF Ion Nunweiller
DF Gabriel Sandu Substituted off 46'
DF Augustin Deleanu
MF Cornel Dinu
MF Radu Nunweiller
FW Viorel Sălceanu
FW Doru Popescu Substituted off 55'
FW Florea Dumitrache
FW Mircea Lucescu
Substitutes:
MF Mircea Stoenescu Substituted in 46'
FW Ion Hajdu Substituted in 55'
Manager:
Dumitru Nicolae Nicuşor
STEAUA:
GK Carol Haidu
DF Lajos Sătmăreanu
DF Marius Ciugarin
DF Gheorghe Cristache
DF Iosif Vigu
MF Vasile Negrea
MF Ioan Naom
FW Nicolae Pantea
FW Gheorghe Tătaru
FW Anghel Iordănescu
FW Dumitru Dumitriu Substituted off 70'
Substitutes:
FW Vasile Aelenei Substituted in 70'
Manager:
Ştefan Kovacs

Inter-Cities Fairs Cup[edit]

First round

FC Dinamo Bucureşti 5 – 0 PAOK Thessaloniki
Dumitrache Goal 8'49'73'
Popescu Goal 64'83'
Attendance: 20,000

PAOK Thessaloniki 1 – 0 FC Dinamo Bucureşti
Koudas Goal 80'
Attendance: 30,000

Dinamo Bucureşti won 5-1 on aggregate

Second round

Liverpool F.C. 3 – 0 FC Dinamo Bucureşti
Lindsay Goal 60'
Lawler Goal 73'
Hughes Goal 83'
Attendance: 36,525
Referee: Roger Machin (France)

FC Dinamo Bucureşti 1 – 1 Liverpool F.C.
Sălceanu Goal 34' Boersma Goal 48'
Attendance: 50,000

Liverpool F.C. won 4-1 on aggregate

Squad[edit]

Goalkeepers: Marin Andrei (4 games/0 goals), Iosif Cavai (1/0), Mircea Constantinescu (27/0).

Defenders: Florin Cheran (27/1), Augustin Deleanu (27/3), Cornel Dinu (24/4), Ion Nunweiller (20/0), Nicolae Petre (2/0), Gabriel Sandu (9/0), Mircea Stoenescu (20/0), Constantin Ştefan (8/0).

Midfielders: Alexandru Mustăţea (28/0), Radu Nunweiller (30/5), Viorel Sălceanu (26/8).

Forwards: Gavril Both (10/1), Florea Dumitrache (28/15), Ion Hajdu (14/2), Mircea Lucescu (23/3), Alexandru Moldovan (12/0), Ion Moţ (3/0), Petre Nuţu (12/0), Doru Popescu (22/7).

Transfers[edit]

Before the season, Dinamo transferred Alexandru Mustăţea from Universitatea Cluj, and Mircea Constantinescu from Politehnica Iaşi. Ion Nunweiller returned after two seasons spent at Fenerbahçe. Constantin Frățilă went to FC Argeş, Ion Pîrcălab to Olympique Nîmes, in France and Vasile Gergely to Hertha Berlin. Ion Moţ is transferred from Unirea Alba Iulia during the season. Gabriel Sandu is promoted from the second team.

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