A report on FC Dunărea Călărași

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Romanian professional football club from the city of Călărași, Călărași County.

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FC Rapid București

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Romanian professional football club based in Bucharest, which competes in the Liga I.

Romanian professional football club based in Bucharest, which competes in the Liga I.

Iuliu Baratky, a true landmark in the club's history, nicknamed "The Blonde Wonder of Giulești".
Dan Coe, captain of the squad that won the first title, also a symbol of the club, being presently in fans' songs even today.
Valentin Stănescu, the coach that won the title with Rapid in 1967, also a former player of the club and a symbol, the stadium was renamed after him.
Rapid București team in the 1966–67 season, in which they won their first national title.
Ilie Greavu, Rapid player until 1971, also ranked second in the appearances table, with 294.
Rapid București team in the 1974–75 season, in which they promoted in the first league and also won the Romanian Cup.
Mircea Lucescu (pictured) and his son, Răzvan, had several spells as Rapid managers between 1997 and 2012. They won three, respectively two domestic trophies with the club.
Mircea Rednic, the coach that won the title with Rapid in 2003, also a former player of the team.
Chart showing the progress of Rapid's league finishes from 1932 to the 2016 bankruptcy.
The Giulești-Valentin Stănescu Stadium was the home of the club between 1939 and 2018.
The new stadium as seen from the South Stand on opening day, 26 March 2022
Rapid București fans on the day of the new stadium inauguration.

At the end of the 2015–16 season, Rapid promoted from the 1st place, with three points over its main follower, Dunărea Călărași.

2015–16 Liga II

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The 76th season of the Liga II, the second tier of the Romanian football league system.

The 76th season of the Liga II, the second tier of the Romanian football league system.

The winners of the five 2014–15 Liga III series were promoted to Liga II: Bucovina Pojorâta, Dunărea Călărași, Chindia Târgoviște, UTA Arad and Baia Mare.

FC UTA Arad

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Romanian professional football club based in the city of Arad, Arad County, which competes in the Liga I.

Romanian professional football club based in the city of Arad, Arad County, which competes in the Liga I.

Chart showing the progress of UTA's league finishes from 1946 to the present.
UTA Arad (1946–1947)
József Pecsovszky (left), probably the best player in UTA's history.
The club's logo when it was known as Flamura Roșie Arad (1950–1957)
Mircea Petescu, captain of UTA's golden team of the 1970s.
UTA Arad, champions of Romania (1969–1970)
Nicolae "Coco" Dumitrescu (left), former player and manager of UTA.
Flavius Domide spent his entire career with UTA from 1966 to 1979
Sorin Botiș, ex-captain and one of the main artisans of the team's return to Liga II.
Stadionul Francisc von Neumann (New Stadium).
Stadionul Francisc von Neumann (Old Stadium).

In their first season after the returning in the Liga II, UTA, now known as UTA Bătrâna Doamnă finished 2nd in the 2nd Series of the championship and qualified for a Liga I promotion play-off against Dunărea Călărași and Voluntari.

Dan Alexa, 2004

Dan Alexa

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Romanian professional football manager and former player.

Romanian professional football manager and former player.

Dan Alexa, 2004

Since 23 August 2017 he was manager of Dunărea Călărași until summer of 2019.

FC Astra Giurgiu

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Romanian football club based in the city of Giurgiu, Giurgiu County, which competes in the Liga II.

Romanian football club based in the city of Giurgiu, Giurgiu County, which competes in the Liga II.

Marius Șumudică led Astra to the 2015–16 Liga I title, the first in the history of the club.
Marin Anastasovici Stadium

After breezing past CS Luceafărul Oradea, FC Universitatea Cluj FC Dunărea Călărași and CFR Cluj, Astra faced FC Viitorul Constanța in the final.

2018–19 Liga I

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The 101st season of the Liga I, the top professional league for Romanian association football clubs.

The 101st season of the Liga I, the top professional league for Romanian association football clubs.

Dunărea Călărași and Hermannstadt joined as the promoted clubs from the 2017–18 Liga II.

2014–15 Liga III

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59th season of the Liga III, the third tier of the Romanian football league system.

59th season of the Liga III, the third tier of the Romanian football league system.

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2017–18 Liga II

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The 78th season of the Liga II, the second tier of the Romanian football league system.

The 78th season of the Liga II, the second tier of the Romanian football league system.

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2007–08 Liga III

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The 52nd season of Liga III, the third tier of the Romanian football league system.

The 52nd season of Liga III, the third tier of the Romanian football league system.

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2008–09 Liga III

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The 53rd season of Liga III, the third tier of the Romanian football league system.

The 53rd season of Liga III, the third tier of the Romanian football league system.

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