1987–88 FC Dinamo București season

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FC Dinamo Bucureşti
1987-88 season
Manager Mircea Lucescu
Divizia A 2nd
Romanian Cup Finalist
Cup Winners' Cup First round
Top goalscorer Claudiu Vaişcovici (27 goals)

The 1987-88 season was FC Dinamo Bucureşti's 39th season in Divizia A. Dinamo had a perfect start in the championship, winning the first ten games. In the 11th round came the first and only defeat of the season, against Politehnica Timişoara. Despite that, Dinamo finished second, behind Steaua. In the Romanian Cup, Dinamo reached the final, where it met Steaua. The final had an unusual development. Steaua scored first, Dinamo equalised in the 87 minute, and in the additional time Steaua scored a goal, invalidated by the referee, due to offside. Steaua players left the field, Dinamo was given the trophy, but later the Romanian F.A. (bowing to pressure from the Communist Party) awarded the match 2-1 to Steaua. After the revolution of December 1989, Steaua propositioned to return the trophy to Dinamo, which refused to take it.

In Europe, Dinamo was eliminated in the first round of the Cup Winners Cup, by the future winner of the competition, KV Mechelen.

Results[edit]

Divizia A
Round Date Opponent Stadium Result
1 23 August 1987 Petrolul Ploiești H 5-0
2 26 August 1987 FCM Brașov A 2-0
3 6 September 1987 Sportul Studențesc H 2-1
4 10 September 1987 Flacăra Moreni A 1-0
5 20 September 1987 FC Argeș H 4-0
6 23 September 1987 Victoria București A 3-2
7 4 October 1987 ASA Târgu Mureș H 2-1
8 11 October 1987 SC Bacău A 2-1
9 17 October 1987 U Craiova H 3-1
10 31 October 1987 CSM Suceava A 3-1
11 8 November 1987 Poli Timișoara A 1-2
12 24 November 1987 U Cluj H 4-0
13 28 November 1987 Rapid București A 1-0
14 2 December 1987 Steaua București H 0-0
15 6 December 1987 Corvinul Hunedoara A 3-2
16 13 December 1987 Oțelul Galați H 3-1
17 17 December 1987 FC Olt Scornicești A 0-0
18 6 March 1988 Petrolul Ploiești A 2-0
19 13 March 1988 FCM Brașov H 5-1
20 19 March 1988 Sportul Studențesc A 2-1
21 3 April 1988 Flacăra Moreni H 2-0
22 9 April 1988 FC Argeș A 3-0
23 17 April 1988 Victoria București H 2-0
24 24 April 1988 ASA Târgu Mureș A 2-0
25 27 April 1988 SC Bacău H 3-1
26 1 May 1988 U Craiova A 3-1
27 8 May 1988 CSM Suceava H 9-1
28 14 May 1988 Poli Timișoara H 6-0
29 22 May 1988 U Cluj A 4-1
30 25 May 1988 Rapid București H 5-2
31 8 June 1988 Steaua București A 3-3
32 12 June 1988 Corvinul Hunedoara H 8-2
33 19 June 1988 Oțelul Galați A 3-0
34 22 June 1988 FC Olt Scornicești H 6-0
Cupa României
Round Date Opponent Stadium Result
Last 32 28 February 1988 Montana Sinana A 2-1
Last 16 4 May 1988 Progresul Brăila Buzău 4-1
Quarterfinals 5 June 1988 Corvinul Hunedoara Brașov 4-2
Semifinals 15 June 1988 Victoria București București 4-2
Final 26 June 1988 Steaua București București 1-2

Romanian Cup final[edit]

26 June 1988
19:00
Dinamo Bucureşti 1 – 2 Steaua Bucureşti
Răducioiu Goal 87' Lăcătuş Goal 27'
Balint Goal 90'
Stadionul 23 August, Bucharest
Attendance: 45,000
Referee: Radu Petrescu (Braşov)
DINAMO:
GK Dumitru Moraru
DF Iulian Mihăescu Substituted off 46'
DF Mircea Rednic
DF Ioan Andone
DF Ioan Varga
MF Dănuț Lupu
MF Ionuț Lupescu
MF Dorin Mateuț
MF Costel Orac Substituted off 82'
FW Rodion Cămătaru
FW Claudiu Vaișcovici
Substitutes:
DF Lică Movilă Substituted in 46'
FW Florin Răducioiu Substituted in 82'
Manager:
Mircea Lucescu
STEAUA:
GK Gheorghe Liliac
DF Ștefan Iovan
DF Adrian Bumbescu
DF Miodrag Belodedici
DF Iosif Rotariu
MF Lucian Bălan
MF Tudorel Stoica
MF Gheorghe Popescu
MF Gheorghe Hagi
FW Victor Pițurcă Substituted off 52'
FW Marius Lăcătuș
Substitutes:
FW Gavril Balint Substituted in 52'
Manager:
Anghel Iordănescu

Cup Winners' Cup[edit]

First round


30 September 1987
15:30
Dinamo Bucureşti 0 – 2 KV Mechelen
Hofkens Goal 39'
Den Boer Goal 71'
Stadionul Dinamo, Bucharest
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Pietro D'Elia (Italy)

KV Mechelen won 3-0 on aggregate

Squad[edit]

Goalkeepers: Dumitru Moraru, Florin Prunea, Bogdan Stelea.

Defenders: Ioan Andone, Bogdan Bucur, Vasile Jercălău, Iulian Mihăescu, Lică Movilă, Alexandru Nicolae, Mircea Rednic, Ioan Varga.

Midfielders: Ilie Balaci, Gheorghe Dumitrașcu, Ionuț Lupescu, Dănuț Lupu, Dorin Mateuț, Costel Orac, Gheorghe Timiș.

Forwards: Rodion Cămătaru, Marian Damaschin, Florin Răducioiu, Claudiu Vaișcovici.

Transfers[edit]

Dinamo brought Claudiu Vaişcovici in the winter break. The striker bought from Victoria Bucureşti scored 22 goals for Dinamo in the second part of the championship.

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