1988–89 FC Dinamo București season

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FC Dinamo Bucureşti
1988-89 season
Manager Mircea Lucescu
Divizia A 2nd
Romanian Cup Finalist
Cup Winners' Cup Quarterfinals
Top goalscorer Dorin Mateuţ (43 goals)
← 1987-88
1989-90 →

The 1988-89 season was FC Dinamo Bucureşti's 40th season in Divizia A. After a couple of seasons in the European competitions without remarkable results , Dinamo qualified in the quarterfinals of the Cup Winners' Cup. Their opponents were Sampdoria Genoa, an Italian squad. The two games ended with draws, but Sampdoria moved forward due to an away goal. In the internal competitions, Dinamo couldn't interrupt Steaua's dominance, ending the championship in second place and losing the Romanian Cup final. Dorin Mateuţ won the European Golden Boot with 43 goals that were scored in the championship game.

Results[edit]

Divizia A
Round Date Opponent Stadium Result
1 21 August 1988 SC Bacău A 3-1
2 28 August 1988 Victoria București H 3-1
3 31 August 1988 FC Bihor A 2-1
4 11 September 1988 Inter Sibiu H 8-1
5 14 September 1988 FC Argeș A 2-1
6 17 September 1988 Rapid București H 6-0
7 25 September 1988 Sportul Studențesc A 4-1
8 28 September 1988 U Cluj H 4-1
9 9 October 1988 U Craiova A 6-3
10 12 October 1988 FC Olt H 6-0
11 5 November 1988 Flacăra Moreni H 3-1
12 13 November 1988 Corvinul Hunedoara A 2-1
13 19 November 1988 ASA Târgu Mureș H 7-0
14 27 November 1988 FCM Brașov A 3-1
15 3 December 1988 Steaua București H 0-0
16 7 December 1988 Farul Constanța A 7-0
17 11 December 1988 Oțelul Galați H 6-3
18 5 March 1989 Oțelul Galați A 2-0
19 8 March 1989 Farul Constanța H 6-0
20 22 March 1989 Steaua București A 1-2
21 2 April 1989 FCM Brașov H 3-0
22 9 April 1989 ASA Târgu Mureș A 7-2
23 16 April 1989 Corvinul Hunedoara H 3-1
24 30 April 1989 Flacăra Moreni A 5-1
25 3 May 1989 FC Olt A 0-1
26 6 May 1989 U Craiova H 2-0
27 10 May 1989 U Cluj A 3-0
28 28 May 1989 Sportul Studențesc H 6-1
29 3 June 1989 Rapid București A 6-2
30 6 June 1989 FC Argeș H 1-0
31 11 June 1989 Inter Sibiu A 4-2
32 14 June 1989 FC Bihor H 5-1
33 17 June 1989 Victoria București A 4-1
34 20 June 1989 SC Bacău H 0-0
Cupa României
Round Date Opponent Stadium Result
Last 32 22 February 1989 Progresul Medgidia A 2-1
Last 16 8 June 1989 Inter Sibiu Alba Iulia 1-0
Quarterfinals 22 June 1989 SC Bacău Buzău 5-1
Semifinals 25 June 1989 Victoria București Brăila 2-0
Final 29 June 1989 Steaua București Brașov 0-1

Romanian Cup final[edit]

Dinamo Bucureşti 0 – 1 Steaua Bucureşti
Hagi Goal 67'
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Dan Petrescu (Bucharest)
DINAMO:
GK Bogdan Stelea
DF Ioan Varga
DF Mircea Rednic
DF Ioan Andone
DF Michael Klein
MF Dorin Mateuț
MF Ionuț Lupescu Substituted off 46'
MF Dănuț Lupu
MF Iulian Mihăescu
FW Rodion Cămătaru Substituted off 78'
FW Claudiu Vaișcovici
Substitutes:
MF Costel Orac Substituted in 46'
FW Florin Răducioiu Substituted in 78'
Manager:
Mircea Lucescu
STEAUA:
GK Silviu Lung
DF Dan Petrescu
DF Ștefan Iovan
DF Adrian Bumbescu
DF Iosif Rotariu
MF Tudorel Stoica
MF Daniel Minea Substituted off 84'
MF Ilie Dumitrescu
MF Gheorghe Hagi
FW Victor Pițurcă
FW Marius Lăcătuș Substituted off 85'
Substitutes:
MF Ilie Stan Substituted in 84'
FW Gavril Balint Substituted in 85'
Manager:
Anghel Iordănescu

Cup Winners' Cup[edit]

First round

Dinamo Bucureşti 3 – 0 Kuusysi Lahti
Jäntti Goal 12' (o.g.)
Andone Goal 72'
Vaişcovici Goal 74'

Kuusysi Lahti 0 – 3 Dinamo Bucureşti
Vaişcovici Goal 11' (pen.)
Kousa Goal 34' (o.g.)
Răducioiu Goal 71' (pen.)
Attendance: 5,000

Dinamo Bucureşti won 6-0 on aggregate

Second round

Dundee United 0 – 1 Dinamo Bucureşti
Mateuţ Goal 89'
Attendance: 20,000

Dinamo Bucureşti 1 – 1 Dundee United
Mateuţ Goal 82' Beaumont Goal 79'
Attendance: 20,000

Dinamo Bucureşti won 2-1 on aggregate

Quarterfinals

Dinamo Bucureşti 1 – 1 Sampdoria
Vaişcovici Goal 16' (pen.) Vialli Goal 90'
Attendance: 20,000

Sampdoria 0 – 0 Dinamo Bucureşti
Attendance: 17,652

Sampdoria Genova Bucureşti won 1-1 on aggregate due to away goal

Squad[edit]

Goalkeepers: Dumitru Moraru, Bogdan Stelea

Defenders: Ioan Andone, Bogdan Bucur, Michael Klein, Adrian Matei, Iulian Mihăescu, Alexandru Nicolae, Mircea Rednic, Ioan Varga

Midfielders: Ionuț Lupescu, Dănuț Lupu, Dorin Mateuț, Adrian Nicoară, Costel Orac, Ioan Ovidiu Sabău, Marcel Sabou, Gheorghe Viscreanu

Forwards: Rodion Cămătaru, Romeo Dochia, Florin Răducioiu, George Timiș, Claudiu Vaișcovici

Transfers[edit]

Dinamo brought Gheorghe Viscreanu from Flacăra Moreni and Ioan Ovidiu Sabău from ASA Târgu Mureș. In the winter break Dinamo brought Michael Klein from Corvinul Hunedoara and Adrian Matei from Rapid. Florin Prunea is loaned to U.Cluj.

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