1989–90 FC Dinamo București season

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FC Dinamo Bucureşti
1989-90 season
Manager Mircea Lucescu
Divizia A 1st
Romanian Cup Winner
Cup Winners' Cup Semifinals
Top goalscorer Florin Răducioiu, Claudiu Vaișcovici (14 goals)

The 1989-90 season was FC Dinamo Bucureşti's 41st season in Divizia A. In this season, Dinamo made the double, stopping Steaua's supremacy in Romania. In Europe, Dinamo reached the semifinals of the Cup Winners' Cup, where it is defeated by Anderlecht Bruxelles. It was a special season because of the Romanian Revolution of 1989. Dinamo dominated the first half of the season, winning the derby with Steaua, 3-0, on its ground. It was the first defeat for Steaua in the Romanian championship after 104 consecutive games. In the winter break, after the Revolution, Dinamo suffered administrative changes, for a few days having a different name - Unirea Tricolor.

In the final of the season, because of the Romanian national team's qualification at the 1990 World Cup in Italy, FRF decided that the teams shall not use the chooseable players. However, in the game between Dinamo and Farul, Răducioiu and Lupu, respectively Marian Popa had played, managers and coaches of both clubs (Vasile Ianul and Lucescu for Dinamo) were suspended for three months, and the match, won by Dinamo 2-1 was replayed. To stay on the bench next stage Lucescu registered as a player, and even took the field, becoming at 45 years old, the oldest player in league history.

Results[edit]

Divizia A
Round Date Opponent Stadium Result
1 23 August 1989 FC Argeş A 2-0
2 27 August 1989 Inter Sibiu H 6-1
3 9 September 1989 Steaua București A 3-0
4 17 September 1989 Petrolul Ploiești H 5-0
5 20 September 1989 Poli Timișoara A 1-0
6 1 October 1989 Corvinul Hunedoara H 3-0
7 4 October 1989 Jiul Petroșani A 2-0
8 14 October 1989 SC Bacău H 7-1
9 22 October 1989 Victoria București A 4-1
10 28 October 1989 FCM Brașov H 4-0
11 5 November 1989 U Craiova A 0-1
12 19 November 1989 Sportul Studențesc H 3-2
13 26 November 1989 FC Bihor A 2-0
14 29 November 1989 FC Olt H 4-0
15 3 December 1989 Flacăra Moreni A 2-1
16 5 December 1989 U Cluj H 6-1
17 10 December 1989 Farul Constanța A 3-0
18 25 February 1990 FC Argeş H 2-0
19 2 March 1990 Inter Sibiu A 0-1
20 15 March 1990 Steaua București H 2-2
21 25 March 1990 Petrolul Ploiești A 1-1
22 8 April 1990 Poli Timișoara H 3-0
23 21 April 1990 Jiul Petroșani H 3-0
24 29 April 1990 U Craiova H 5-3
25 5 June 1990 SC Bacău A 1-1
26 6 May 1990 Victoria București H 3-0
27 9 May 1990 FCM Brașov A 2-2
28 16 May 1990 Sportul Studențesc A 1-1
29 19 May 1990 FC Bihor H 6-1
30 27 May 1990 Corvinul Hunedoara A 0-1
31 23 May 1990 FC Olt A 3-0
32 30 May 1990 Flacăra Moreni H 2-1
33 2 June 1990 U Cluj A 1-0
34 7 June 1990 Farul Constanța H 4-1
Divizia A 1989-90 Winners
Dinamo Bucureşti
13th Title
Cupa României
Round Date Opponent Stadium Result
Last 16 27 February 1990 Jiul Petroșani Alba Iulia 2-0
Quarterfinals 11 March 1990 Poli Timișoara Hunedoara 3-1
Semifinals 11 April 1990 U Craiova București 4-3 (p)
Final 2 May 1990 Steaua București București 6-4
Cupa României 1989-90 Winners
Dinamo Bucureşti
7th Title

Romanian Cup final[edit]

Dinamo Bucureşti 6 – 4 Steaua Bucureşti
Răducioiu Goal 3' (42)82'
Mateuț Goal 39'
Sabău Goal 47'
Lupu Goal 56'
Dumitrescu Goal 22'
Lăcătuș Goal 68'
Rotariu Goal 70'
Ungureanu Goal 85'
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Mircea Salomir (Cluj-Napoca)
DINAMO:
GK Bogdan Stelea
DF Anton Doboș Substituted off 57'
DF Mircea Rednic
DF Ioan Andone
DF Michael Klein
MF Ionuț Lupescu
MF Ioan Ovidiu Sabău
MF Dorin Mateuț Substituted off 65'
MF Dănuț Lupu
FW Claudiu Vaișcovici
FW Florin Răducioiu
Substitutes:
DF Daniel Timofte Substituted in 57'
MF Ionel Fulga Substituted in 65'
Manager:
Mircea Lucescu
STEAUA:
GK Daniel Gherasim
DF Lucian Ciocan
DF Adrian Negrău
DF Alin Artimon Substituted off 57'
DF Nicolae Ungureanu
MF Daniel Minea
MF Zsolt Muzsnai
MF Iosif Rotariu
MF Ilie Dumitrescu
FW Marius Lăcătuș
FW Gavril Balint Substituted off 57'
Substitutes:
MF Ilie Stan Substituted in 57'
FW Gheorghe Pena Substituted in 57'
Manager:
Anghel Iordănescu

Cup Winners' Cup[edit]

First round

Dinamo Tirana 1 – 0 Dinamo Bucureşti
Canaj Goal 52'
Attendance: 25,000

Dinamo Bucureşti 2 – 0 Dinamo Tirana
Mateuţ Goal 8'
Mihăescu Goal 13'
Attendance: 25,000

Dinamo Bucureşti won 2-1 on aggregate

Second round

Panathinaikos F.C. 0 – 2 Dinamo Bucureşti
Răducioiu Goal 57'
Mateuţ Goal 66'
Attendance: 50,000

Dinamo Bucureşti 6 – 1 Panathinaikos F.C.
Rednic Goal 21'
Mateuţ Goal 31'48'
Sabău Goal 40'50'
Klein Goal 89'
Samaras Goal 34'

Dinamo Bucureşti won 8-1 on aggregate

Quarterfinals

Dinamo Bucureşti 2 – 1 Partizan Belgrade
Răducioiu Goal 18'57' Spasic Goal 68'
Attendance: 12,000

Partizan Belgrade 0 – 2 Dinamo Bucureşti
Lupescu Goal 53'
Răducioiu Goal 70'
Attendance: 15,000

Dinamo Bucureşti won 4-1 on aggregate

Semifinals

Anderlecht Bruxelles 1 – 0 Dinamo Bucureşti
Nilis Goal 66'

Dinamo Bucureşti 0 – 1 Anderlecht Bruxelles
Vanderlinden Goal 60'

Anderlecht Bruxelles won 2-0 on aggregate

Squad[edit]

Goalkeepers: Costel Cîmpeanu (10 games/0 goals), Sorin Colceag (1/0), Bogdan Stelea (22/0).

Defenders: Ioan Andone (20/2), Anton Doboș (21/1), Florin Jelea (1/0), Michael Klein (23/2), Adrian Matei (10/0), Alpar Meszaros (15/1), Cornel Mirea (12/0), Iulian Mihăescu (24/7), Alexandru Nicolae (5/0), Mircea Rednic (19/1), Adrian Slave (1/0), Mihail Țicu (3/0).

Midfielders: Ionel Fulga (7/3), Claudiu Jijie (1/0), Constantin Lazăr (11/2), Ionuț Lupescu (29/4), Dănuț Lupu (22/6), Dorin Mateuț (22/9), George Radu (5/0), Ioan Ovidiu Sabău (24/5), Mihai Stoica (7/0), Daniel Timofte (20/8).

Forwards: Marian Damaschin (5/1), Nicu Glonț (1/0), Mircea Lucescu (1/0), Marian Năstase (3/0), Florin Răducioiu (24/14), Claudiu Vaișcovici (21/14), Cezar Zamfir (21/6).

Transfers[edit]

In the summer break, Dinamo brought Daniel Timofte from Jiul Petroșani and Anton Doboș from U.Cluj. Left the team Lică Movilă to Flacăra Moreni, Bogdan Bucur to Inter Sibiu, Rodion Cămătaru to Racing Charleroi and Dumitru Moraru to Vålerenga. Other two players, Viscreanu and Marcel Sabou, went to Spain. In the winter break, came to Dinamo Alexandru Nicolae from Victoria, Constantin Lazăr from Chimia Râmnicu Vâlcea and Mihai Stoica from FC Argeş.

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