1982–83 FC Dinamo București season

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FC Dinamo Bucureşti
1982-83 season
Manager Dumitru Nicolae Nicuşor
Divizia A 1st
Romanian Cup Semifinals
European Cup Second round
Top goalscorer Ionel Augustin (14 goals)

The 1982-83 season was FC Dinamo București's 34th season in Divizia A of Romanian association football.

Dumitru Nicolae Nicuşor is promoted as team manager, and brings the 11th championship title for Dinamo. The main rival was Sportul Studenţesc, but Dinamo took the first place at the half of the season and kept it until the final. In the Romanian Cup, Dinamo was eliminated by Universitatea Craiova in the semifinals, after the penalty kicks. After a 5-year absence, Dinamo reappears in the European Champions Cup, meeting (and eliminating) Vaaleregen Oslo. In the next stage, Dinamo had to confront a difficult opponent: the team of Vizek and Nehoda, Dukla Prague. They win at home, with 2-0, obtaining the qualification at Prague: 1-2. Dinamo is eliminated by Aston Villa, club of Bremmer, Cowans, Withe, Shaw and Morley.

Results[edit]

Divizia A
Round Date Opponent Stadium Result
1 7 August 1982 FCM Brașov A 1-0
2 11 August 1982 Petrolul Ploiești H 6-0
3 14 August 1982 ASA Târgu Mureș A 1-1
4 21 August 1982 FC Bihor H 3-1
5 28 August 1982 FC Olt A 1-1
6 11 September 1982 Poli Iași H 1-0
7 19 September 1982 Corvinul Hunedoara A 1-1
8 25 September 1982 FC Argeş H 2-0
9 3 October 1982 Steaua București A 1-1
10 9 October 1982 Jiul Petroșani A 1-1
11 16 October 1982 Poli Timișoara H 7-2
12 24 October 1982 Sportul Studențesc H 1-1
13 29 October 1982 Chimia Râmnicu Vâlcea A 0-0
14 7 November 1982 CS Târgoviște H 3-0
15 13 November 1982 U Craiova A 1-1
16 21 November 1982 SC Bacău H 3-1
17 24 November 1982 FC Constanța A 1-1
18 5 March 1983 FCM Brașov H 3-1
19 12 March 1983 Petrolul Ploiești A 1-1
20 19 March 1983 ASA Târgu Mureș H 2-1
21 23 March 1983 FC Bihor A 2-2
22 26 March 1983 FC Olt H 3-1
23 2 April 1983 Poli Iași A 0-2
24 6 April 1983 Corvinul Hunedoara H 2-0
25 19 April 1983 FC Argeş A 0-1
26 22 April 1983 Steaua București H 1-1
27 30 April 1983 Jiul Petroșani H 1-0
28 4 May 1983 Poli Timișoara A 3-1
29 18 May 1983 Sportul Studențesc A 3-0
30 25 May 1983 Chimia Râmnicu Vâlcea H 2-0
31 14 June 1983 CS Târgoviște A 1-1
32 18 June 1983 U Craiova H 1-1
33 25 June 1983 SC Bacău A 0-0
34 2 July 1983 FC Constanța H 3-0
Divizia A 1982-83 Winners
Dinamo Bucureşti
11th Title
Cupa României
Round Date Opponent Stadium Result
Last 32 23 February 1983 Poli Iași Brăila 3-1
Last 16 27 February 1983 Chimia Râmnicu Vâlcea Târgoviște 1-0
Quarter-finals 26 June 1983 FC Argeş Ploiești 2-1
Semifinals 29 June 1983 U Craiova Sibiu 1-1 (2-4 pen.)

European Cup[edit]

Qualifying Phase

25 August 1982
20:00
Dinamo Bucureşti 3 – 1 Vålerenga Fotball
Augustin Goal 35'
Georgescu Goal 45' (pen.)66'
Gran Goal 57'
Stadionul 23 August, Bucharest
Attendance: 70,000
Referee: Arsen Hoxha (Albania)

Dinamo Bucureşti won 4-3 on aggregate

First round


29 September 1982
20:00
Dukla Prague 2 – 1
(a.e.t.)
Dinamo Bucureşti
Nehoda Goal 15'30' Ţălnar Goal 94'
Dukla Stadium, Prague
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: Anatoli Milchenko (Soviet Union)

Dinamo Bucureşti won 3-2 on aggregate

Second round

20 October 1982
18:15
Dinamo Bucureşti 0 – 2 Aston Villa
Shaw Goal 10'77'

3 November 1982
19:30
Aston Villa 4 – 2 Dinamo Bucureşti
Shaw Goal 6'51'67'
Walters Goal 88'
Mulţescu Goal 30'
Iordache Goal 72'
Villa Park, Birmingham
Attendance: 22,244
Referee: Erik Fredriksson (Sweden)

Aston Villa won 6-2 on aggregate

Squad[edit]

Goalkeepers: Constantin Eftimescu (6 games / 0 goals), Dumitru Moraru (31/0).

Defenders: Cornel Dinu (25/0), Ion Marin (29/0), Ioan Mărginean (1/0), Laurențiu Moldovan (8/0), Alexandru Nicolae (30/4), Nelu Stănescu (14/0), Teofil Stredie (26/0), Nicușor Vlad (5/0).

Midfielders: Ionel Augustin (31/14), Alexandru Custov (28/2), Marin Dragnea (30/7), Lică Movilă (16/4), Gheorghe Mulțescu (31/6).

Forwards: Dudu Georgescu (8/5), Pompiliu Iordache (26/5), Costel Orac (32/9), Stere Sertov (3/0), Cornel Țălnar (23/4), Florea Văetuș (31/7).

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