2006–07 FC Dinamo București season

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FC Dinamo Bucureşti
2006-07 season
Manager Mircea Rednic
Liga I 1st
Romanian Cup Last 16
UEFA Cup Last 32
Top goalscorer Claudiu Niculescu (18 goals)

The 2006-07 season was FC Dinamo Bucureşti's 58th season in Liga I. Dinamo qualified for the European Spring by beating Beşiktaş and Bayer Leverkusen 2-1 in Bucharest, drawing 1-1 at FC Brugge and losing 3-1 in London to Tottenham Hotspur. In the next round they faced Benfica, but were eliminated after a 0-1 loss at Da Luz and a 1-2 loss at home. Domestically, the team crushed most of its opponents in the first 19 rounds, ending up autumn champions, 13 points ahead of second place. After two spectacular away wins against the rivals, 4-2 with Steaua and 4-1 with Rapid, Dinamo relaxed and let some points slip in other matches. Nevertheless, they secured their 18th title with four rounds to spare.

Results[edit]

Liga I
Round Date Opponent Stadium Result
1 30 July 2006 FC Naţional A 2-1
2 6 August 2006 Pandurii Târgu Jiu H 1-0
3 13 August 2006 Jiul Petroşani A 1-0
4 20 August 2006 Politehnica Timișoara H 3-1
5 27 August 2006 Universitatea Craiova A 4-0
6 10 September 2006 UT Arad H 2-0
7 17 September 2006 FC Vaslui A 2-1
8 20 September 2006 Steaua București H 1-0
9 24 September 2006 FC Argeş A 3-2
10 1 October 2006 Rapid Bucureşti H 3-1
11 14 October 2006 Farul Constanţa H 2-1
12 21 October 2006 Gloria Bistriţa A 1-0
13 28 October 2006 Politehnica Iaşi H 5-0
14 5 November 2006 CFR Cluj A 1-2
15 11 November 2006 Oţelul Galaţi H 3-0
16 18 November 2006 Unirea Urziceni A 1-1
17 26 November 2006 Ceahlăul Piatra Neamţ H 2-0
18 4 December 2006 FC Naţional H 1-0
19 10 December 2006 Pandurii Târgu Jiu A 3-0
20 26 February 2007 Jiul Petroşani H 1-0
21 4 March 2007 Politehnica Timișoara A 1-1
22 11 March 2007 Universitatea Craiova H 0-0
23 18 March 2007 UT Arad A 1-1
24 31 March 2007 FC Vaslui H 0-0
25 7 April 2007 Steaua București A 4-2
26 15 April 2007 FC Argeş H 2-1
27 22 April 2007 Rapid Bucureşti A 4-1
28 25 April 2007 Farul Constanţa A 1-1
29 29 April 2007 Gloria Bistriţa H 2-0
30 5 May 2007 Politehnica Iaşi A 1-1
31 8 May 2007 CFR Cluj H 1-0
32 12 May 2007 Oţelul Galaţi A 1-2
33 19 May 2007 Unirea Urziceni H 1-2
34 23 May 2007 Ceahlăul Piatra Neamţ A 2-2
Liga I 2006-07 Winners
Dinamo Bucureşti
18th Title
Cupa României
Round Date Opponent Stadium Result
Last 32 24 October 2006 Farul II Constanţa București 3-1
Last 16 8 November 2006 Pandurii Târgu Jiu Bucureşti 0-1

UEFA Cup[edit]

First qualifying round

Hibernians F.C. Malta 0 – 4 Dinamo Bucureşti
Dănciulescu Goal 4'
Niculescu Goal 57'59'
Şt.Radu Goal 85'

Dinamo Bucureşti 5 – 1 Malta Hibernians F.C.
Cristea Goal 55'
Dănciulescu Goal 61'85'
Munteanu Goal 90+1'
Buzurović Goal 90+3' (o.g.)
Buzurović Goal 86'
Attendance: 5,000

Dinamo won 9-1 on aggregate.

Second qualifying round

Dinamo Bucureşti 1 – 0 Israel Beitar Jerusalem
Munteanu Goal 76'
Attendance: 8,500

Beitar Jerusalem Israel 1 – 1 Dinamo Bucureşti
Yitzhaki Goal 4' Gershon Goal 23' (o.g.)
Attendance: 500

1Due to the armed conflict going on in Israel, UEFA decided that no European matches could be staged in the country until further notice. Beitar Jerusalem's home match was moved to Sofia, Bulgaria.

Dinamo won 2-1 on aggregate.

First round

Skoda Xanthi Greece 3 – 4 Dinamo Bucureşti
Quintana Goal 8'45'
Kazakis Goal 66'
Niculescu Goal 18'34'
Dănciulescu Goal 25'
Pulhac Goal 84'

Dinamo Bucureşti 4 – 1 Greece Skoda Xanthi
Niculescu Goal 12'82'
Cristea Goal 47'
Dănciulescu Goal 79'
Paviot Goal 52'
Attendance: 9,000
Referee: Igor Egorov (Russia)

Dinamo won 8-4 on aggregate.

Group phase

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
England Tottenham Hotspur 4 4 0 0 9 2 +7 12
Romania Dinamo Bucureşti 4 2 1 1 6 6 0 8
Germany Bayer Leverkusen 4 1 1 2 4 5 −1 4
Turkey Beşiktaş 4 1 0 3 4 7 −3 3
Belgium Club Brugge 4 0 2 2 4 7 −3 2
Dinamo Bucureşti 2 – 1 Turkey Beşiktaş
Cristea Goal 21'
Niculescu Goal 87' (pen.)
Bobô Goal 58'
Attendance: 11,000

Club Brugge Belgium 1 – 1 Dinamo Bucureşti
Vermant Goal 62' (pen.) Niculescu Goal 33'
Attendance: 24,000

Dinamo Bucureşti 2 – 1 Germany Bayer Leverkusen
Niculescu Goal 37'74' Barbarez Goal 22'
Attendance: 12,000

Tottenham Hotspur England 3 – 1 Dinamo Bucureşti
Berbatov Goal 16'
Defoe Goal 39'50'
Mendy Goal 90+1'
Attendance: 34,000

Round of 32

Benfica Portugal 1 – 0 Dinamo Bucureşti
Miccoli Goal 90' Report
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Ivan Bebek (Croatia)

Dinamo Bucureşti 1 – 2 Portugal Benfica
Munteanu Goal 24' Report Anderson Goal 50'
Katsouranis Goal 64'
Attendance: 15,000

Benfica won 3-1 on aggregate.

Squad[edit]

Goalkeepers: Vladimir Gaev (11/0), Bogdan Lobonţ (14/0), Florin Matache (7/0), Glen Moss (1/0), Deniss Romanovs (1/0).

Defenders: George Blay (31/0), Eugen Crăciun (1/0), George Galamaz (1/0), Lucian Goian (7/0), Sergiu Homei (1/0), Adrian Mihuţ (5/0), Cosmin Moţi (29/1), Nicolae Muşat (2/0), Andrei Niţu (2/0), Cosmin Paşcovici (4/0), Cristian Pulhac (32/0), Ştefan Radu (32/1), Adrian Scarlatache (6/0), Maris Smirnovs (1/0).

Midfielders: Silviu Bălace (9/0), Adrian Cristea (28/3), Fabrice Fernandes (5/0), Leo Lerinc (1/0), Andrei Mărgăritescu (29/1), Cătălin Munteanu (32/4), Cornel Predescu (8/0), Adrian Ropotan (21/0), Dennis Şerban (7/2), Iulian Tameş (15/0), Vojislav Vranjković (9/0), Ze Kalanga (21/2).

Forwards: Ionel Dănciulescu (31/15), Ionel Ganea (18/14), Liviu Ganea (9/2), Valentin Lemnaru (1/0), Jean Philippe Mendy (9/0), Claudiu Niculescu (31/18), Sreten Stanić (1/0).

Transfers[edit]

New players: Summer break - Glen Moss -New Zealand (New Zealand Knights FC), George Blay -Ghana- (RAAL La Louviere), Cosmin Paşcovici (Farul Constanţa), Lucian Goian (Ceahlăul Piatra-Neamţ), Iulian Tameş (FC Naţional), Zé Kalanga Nsimba Paulo Baptista -Angola- (Atlético Petróleos Luanda), Leo Lerinc -Serbia- (Ethnikos Achnas), Sreten Stanić -Serbia- (FCU Politehnica Timișoara), Ionel Ganea (Wolverhampton Wanderers)

Winter break - Bogdan Lobonţ (AC Fiorentina), Deniss Romanovs -Latvia- (SK Ditton Daugavpils), Maris Smirnovs -Latvia- (SK Ditton Daugavpils), Sergiu Homei (FC Sopron), Silviu Bălace (FCU Politehnica Timișoara), Vojislav Vranjković -Serbia- (Pandurii Târgu-Jiu), Fabrice Fernandes -Franţa- (Beitar Jerusalem).

Left team: Summer break - Cosmin Bărcăuan (PAOK Thessaloniki), Szabolcs Perenyi (Farul Constanţa), Daniel Florea (APOEL Nicosia), Tiberiu Curt (retired), Florentin Petre (CSKA Sofia), Dan Alexa (FCU Politehnica Timișoara), Alin Ilin (FC Naţional Bucureşti), Ştefan Grigorie (FCU Politehnica Timișoara), Vlad Munteanu (FC Energie Cottbus), Ianis Zicu (Rapid Bucureşti), Florin Bratu (FC Nantes-Atlantique), Claudiu Drăgan (FC Naţional Bucureşti)

Winter break - Vladimir Gaev -Belarus (Chornomorets Odesa), Florin Matache (FC Vaslui), Mircea Oltean (Unirea Urziceni), George Galamaz (Unirea Urziceni), Cosmin Paşcovici (FCM UTA Arad), Lucian Goian (Ceahlăul Piatra-Neamţ), Dorin Mihuţ (FCM UTA Arad), Cornel Predescu (Gloria Bistriţa), Iulian Tameş (FC Argeş Piteşti), Dennis Şerban (free player), Dan Codreanu (Gloria Bistriţa), Mihai Damaschin (Gloria Bistriţa), Ionel Ganea (Rapid Bucureşti)

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