1985–86 FC Dinamo București season

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FC Dinamo Bucureşti
1985-86 season
Manager Constantin Cernăianu (rounds 1-12), Florin Cheran (round 13), Mircea Lucescu (rounds 14-34)
Divizia A 4th
Romanian Cup Winner
UEFA Cup First round
Top goalscorer Costel Orac, Nestor Văidean (7 goals)

The 1985-86 season was FC Dinamo Bucureşti's 37th season in Divizia A. This was the season when it started the Lucescu era for Dinamo. Mircea Lucescu was brought as manager in the 14th round. He won his first trophy at the end of the season, the Romanian Cup, beating Steaua in the final, the team that just became European champions.

In the championship, Dinamo started badly, and continued that way, ending only fourth. The results weren't good in the European competitions either. In the UEFA Cup, Dinamo was eliminated in the first round, by the Yugoslavian side Vardar Skopje.

In the game versus FC Bihor, in the 33rd round, the assistant manager Florin Cheran, was introduced in the team because of the medical problems in the squad. Cheran was 39 years old and ended his football career four years before.

Results[edit]

Divizia A
Round Date Opponent Stadium Result
1 4 August 1985 SC Bacău A 1-0
2 11 August 1985 U Cluj H 1-0
3 14 August 1985 Chimia Râmnicu Vâlcea H 3-0
4 18 August 1985 Steaua București A 0-1
5 1 September 1985 FC Olt H 2-0
6 14 September 1985 FC Argeş H 0-2
7 24 September 1985 Victoria București H 3-2
8 28 September 1985 Petrolul Ploiești A 0-0
9 5 October 1985 Rapid București H 2-1
10 18 October 1985 Poli Timișoara A 0-2
11 27 October 1985 FCM Brașov H 4-0
12 1 November 1985 ASA Târgu Mureș H 1-1
13 17 November 1985 U Craiova A 0-0
14 20 November 1985 Sportul Studențesc A 1-2
15 24 November 1985 FC Bihor H 5-1
16 1 December 1985 Gloria Buzău A 3-1
17 8 December 1985 Corvinul Hunedoara H 0-0
18 8 March 1986 SC Bacău H 3-1
19 11 March 1986 U Cluj A 1-0
20 22 March 1986 Chimia Râmnicu Vâlcea A 2-2
21 28 May 1986 Steaua București H 2-1
22 2 April 1986 FC Olt A 1-0
23 6 April 1986 FC Argeş A 1-0
24 13 April 1986 Victoria București A 0-0
25 19 April 1986 Petrolul Ploiești H 1-0
26 27 April 1986 Rapid București A 0-1
27 10 May 1986 Poli Timișoara H 2-1
28 18 May 1986 FCM Brașov A 0-1
29 21 May 1986 ASA Târgu Mureș A 1-0
30 25 May 1986 U Craiova H 4-0
31 31 May 1986 Sportul Studențesc H 0-5
32 8 June 1986 FC Bihor A 2-0
33 15 June 1986 Gloria Buzău H 2-0
34 18 June 1986 Corvinul Hunedoara A 1-2
Cupa României
Round Date Opponent Stadium Result
Last 32 5 December 1985 CS Târgoviște A 2-0
Last 16 22 February 1986 U Cluj Alba Iulia 3-1
Quarterfinals 14 May 1986 U Craiova Pitești 4-2 (pen.)
Semifinals 21 June 1986 Victoria București București 4-2
Final 25 June 1986 Steaua București București 1-0
Cupa României 1985-86 Winners
Dinamo Bucureşti
6th Title

Romanian Cup final[edit]

Dinamo Bucureşti 1 – 0 Steaua Bucureşti
Damaschin Goal 71'
Attendance: 40,000
Referee: Radu Petrescu (Brașov)
DINAMO:
GK Dumitru Moraru
DF Ioan Varga
DF Alexandru Nicolae
DF Lică Movilă
DF Nelu Stănescu Substituted off 46'
MF Mircea Rednic
MF Marin Dragnea
MF Ioan Andone
FW Alexandru Suciu
FW Marian Damaschin
FW Costel Orac
Substitutes:
DF Iulian Mihăescu Substituted in 46' Substituted off 89'
DF Nistor Văidean Substituted in 89'
Manager:
Mircea Lucescu
STEAUA:
GK Helmuth Duckadam
DF Ștefan Iovan
DF Adrian Bumbescu
DF Miodrag Belodedici
DF Ilie Bărbulescu
MF Gavril Balint
MF Tudorel Stoica
MF Ladislau Bölöni
MF Mihail Majearu Substituted off 75'
FW Victor Pițurcă
FW Marius Lăcătuș
Substitutes:
MF Lucian Bălan Substituted in 75'
Manager:
Emeric Ienei

UEFA Cup[edit]

First round

Dinamo Bucureşti 2 – 1 Vardar Skopje
Rednic Goal 28'
Augustin Goal 50' (pen.)
Pančev Goal 9'
Attendance: 15,000

Vardar Skopje 1 – 0 Dinamo Bucureşti
Zdravkov Goal 46'
Attendance: 10,000

FK Vardar Skopje won 2-2 on aggregate due to away goals

Squad[edit]

Goalkeepers: Constantin Eftimescu, Dumitru Moraru, Florin Prunea.

Defenders: Ioan Andone, Vasile Jercălău, Iulian Mihăescu, Virgil Mitici, Alexandru Nicolae, Mircea Rednic, Nelu Stănescu, Dan Topolinschi.

Midfielders: Marin Dragnea, Lică Movilă, Sorin Răducanu, Daniel Sava, Alexandru Suciu, Ioan Varga, Nistor Văidean, Ioan Zare.

Forwards: Ionel Augustin, Marian Damaschin, Costel Orac, Gheorghe Tulba.

Transfers[edit]

Dinamo brought Nistor Văidean (FCM Brașov), Marian Damaschin (Poli Iași). Cornel Țălnar is transferred to FCM Brașov, Nicușor Vlad, Teofil Stredie and Ionel Augustin to Victoria București. Vasile Jercălău, Florin Răducioiu and Florin Prunea make their debuts.

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