1974–75 FC Dinamo București season

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FC Dinamo Bucureşti
1974-75 season
Manager Dumitru Nicolae Nicuşor
Divizia A 1st
Romanian Cup Last 32
UEFA Cup Second round
Top goalscorer Dudu Georgescu (33 goals)

The 1974-75 season was FC Dinamo Bucureşti's 26th season in Divizia A. Dinamo dominated the national championship, winning the first six matches and leading from start to finish. Instead, they left the Romanian Cup yet again in the last 32. In Europe, Dinamo played in the UEFA Cup and after the eliminating Boluspor, failed in the confrontation with F.C. Koln: 1-1 and 2-3!

Dudu Georgescu became the championship's top scorer, with 33 goals, and also won the European Golden Boot, being the first Romanian football player winner of a European prize.

Results[edit]

Divizia A
Round Date Opponent Stadium Result
1 11 August 1974 CSM Reșița H 2-1
2 17 August 1974 CFR Cluj A 2-0
3 25 August 1974 Steaua București H 2-0
4 28 August 1974 ASA Târgu Mureș H 5-1
5 1 September 1974 UTA A 1-0
6 8 September 1974 FC Argeş H 3-2
7 14 September 1974 Sportul Studențesc A 0-1
8 28 September 1974 Chimia Râmnicu Vâlcea A 2-0
9 19 October 1974 FCM Galați H 2-0
10 27 October 1974 FC Constanța A 1-1
11 1 November 1974 Jiul Petroșani H 3-1
12 10 November 1974 Olimpia Satu Mare A 0-1
13 17 November 1974 U Craiova H 1-0
14 20 November 1974 Poli Timișoara A 1-2
15 24 November 1974 U Cluj H 2-0
16 30 November 1974 Poli Iaşi A 4-3
17 8 December 1974 Steagul Roșu Brașov H 1-0
18 2 March 1975 CSM Reșița A 2-2
19 8 March 1975 CFR Cluj H 1-0
20 15 March 1975 Steaua București A 3-1
21 23 March 1975 ASA Târgu Mureș A 0-2
22 26 March 1975 UTA H 2-0
23 5 April 1975 FC Argeş A 2-2
24 9 April 1975 Sportul Studențesc H 3-0
25 23 April 1975 Chimia Râmnicu Vâlcea H 5-0
26 27 April 1975 FCM Galați A 1-2
27 4 May 1975 FC Constanța H 3-3
28 14 May 1975 Jiul Petroșani A 0-2
29 18 May 1975 Olimpia Satu Mare H 5-0
30 25 May 1975 U Craiova A 0-3
31 8 June 1975 Poli Timișoara H 2-2
32 11 June 1975 U Cluj A 0-1
33 23 June 1975 Poli Iaşi H 1-2
34 29 June 1975 Steagul Roșu Brașov A 1-2
Divizia A 1974-75 Winners
Dinamo Bucureşti
8th Title
Cupa României
Round Date Opponent Stadium Result
Last 32 13 November 1974 Rapid București București 1-2

UEFA Cup[edit]

First round

Boluspor 0 – 1 FC Dinamo Bucureşti
R.Nunweiller Goal 36'
Attendance: 2,116
Referee: Giulio Ciacci (Italy)

FC Dinamo Bucureşti 3 – 0 Boluspor
Dinu Goal 36'
Dumitrache Goal 58'
Lucescu Goal 85'
Attendance: 18,000

Dinamo Bucureşti won 4-0 on aggregate

Second round

FC Dinamo Bucureşti 1 – 1 F.C. Köln
Dinu Goal 65' Lauscher Goal 41'
Attendance: 30,000

F.C. Köln 3 – 2 FC Dinamo Bucureşti
Overath Goal 17'
Neumann Goal 58'
Müller Goal 73'
Custov Goal 4'
Georgescu Goal 8'
Attendance: 14,246

FC Köln won 4-3 on aggregate

Squad[edit]

Goalkeepers: Iosif Cavai (2 games/ 0 goals), Mircea Constantinescu (32/0), Constantin Traian Ștefan (1/0).

Defenders: Florin Cheran (31/0), Augustin Deleanu (33/0), Vasile Dobrău (32/0), Teodor Lucuță (3/0), Gabriel Sandu (25/2), Alexandru Sătmăreanu (29/3).

Midfielders: Cornel Dinu (30/3), Ion Marin (6/0), George Marincel (1/0), Radu Nunweiller (29/2), Viorel Sălceanu (5/1), Marian Vlad (1/0).

Forwards: Ionel Augustin (5/0), Alexandru Custov (31/2), Florea Dumitrache (10/4), Dudu Georgescu (31/33), Mircea Lucescu (31/4), Alexandru Moldovan (11/0), Cristian Vrînceanu (8/0), Toma Zamfir (31/8).

Transfers[edit]

Constantin Ștefan is transferred from U Cluj at the beginning of the season. George Marincel is transferred from Viitorul Scornicești at the mid-season. Florian Dumitrescu is transferred to Steaua and Viorel Sălceanu to FC Galați.

Marin Ion and Ionel Augustin are promoted from the youth team.

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