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You are in: RomanianSoccer.ro - Romanian Cup - Season 2006 - 2007

'Sixteen finals

24.10.2006 Săcele Farul Constanța - Gloria Buzău
24.10.2006 Otopeni Unirea Urziceni - Juventus București
24.10.2006 Rm.Vâlcea Pandurii Târgu-Jiu - Jiul Petroșani (4-3p)
24.10.2006 Focșani FC Național București - FCM Bacău
24.10.2006 Oradea Someșul Satu-Mare - CFR 1907 Cluj-Napoca
24.10.2006 Câmpina Apulum Alba-Iulia - FC Vaslui (4-2p)
24.10.2006 București Dinamo București - Farul II Constanța
25.10.2006 București Forex Brașov - Steaua București
25.10.2006 București CSM Râmnicu-Vâlcea - Rapid București
25.10.2006 Târgoviște Corvinul Hunedoara - Oțelul Galați
25.10.2006 Brașov Gloria Bistrița - FC Caracal (3-5p)
25.10.2006 Timișoara FCU Poli II Timișoara - FCU Poli Timișoara
25.10.2006 Sibiu FCM UTA Arad - CS Otopeni
25.10.2006 Buzău FC Argeș Pitești - FCM Bacău II
25.10.2006 Sf.Gheorghe Politehnica Iași - Universitatea Cluj
25.10.2006 Brașov Ceahlăul P.Neamț - Universitatea Craiova

'Eighth finals

07.11.2006 Alexandria FC Național București - FC Caracal
07.11.2006 Târgu-Jiu

FCM UTA Arad - FC Argeș Pitești

08.11.2006 Galați Politehnica Iași - Farul Constanța
08.11.2006 București Pandurii Târgu-Jiu - Dinamo București
08.11.2006 Hunedoara FCU Poli Timișoara - CFR 1907 Cluj
08.11.2006 Focșani Unirea Urziceni - Oțelul Galați
08.11.2006 Ploiești Rapid București - Universitatea Craiova
09.11.2006 București Steaua București - Apulum Alba-Iulia

'Quarter finals

28.02.2007 Craiova Pandurii Târgu-Jiu - FC Național București
28.02.2007 Pitești FCU Poli Timișoara - Politehnica Iași
28.02.2007 Ploiești Rapid București - FC Argeș Pitești
01.03.2007 Constanța Steaua București - Oțelul Galați (5-4p)

'Semifinals

18.04.2007 București FCU Poli Timișoara - Steaua București
19.04.2007 Timișoara Pandurii Târgu-Jiu - Rapid București

'The final

Date: 26 May 2007
Kick-off: 20:45
Stadium: "Dan Păltinișan"
City: Timișoara
Referee: Augustus Constantin (Râmnicu-Vâlcea)
Assistant referees: Adrian Vidan (București), Corneliu Fecioru (București)
Fourth referee: Cristian Balaj (Baia-Mare)
Attendance: 40.000

2 - 0
(45' 1-0)

Răzvan Lucescu
( 1-3-4-3 )
( 1-4-4-2 )
Valentin Velcea

Dănuț Coman
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Costel Pantilimon
Marius Constantin
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Sorin Rădoi
Vasile Maftei (Cap)
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Jonathan McKain
Ionuț Rada
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Gabriel Cânu
Valentin Bădoi
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Ifeanyi Emeghara
Marius Măldărășanu
70'
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Abiodun Agunbiade
Nicolae Grigore
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Dan Alexa (Cap)
Dănuț Perjă
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58'
Mihăiță Pleșan
Ionuț Mazilu
82'
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Gabriel Torje
Mugurel Buga
76'
55'
Mansour Gueye
Ianis Zicu
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Gheorghe Bucur
Costin Lazăr
70'
55'
Andrei Cristea
Emil Dică
76'
58'
Peter Omuduemuke
Viorel Moldovan
82'
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Mugurel Buga
15'
1 - 0
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Ianis Zicu
48'
2 - 0
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Marius Constantin
09'
26'
Mihăiță Pleșan
Marius Măldărășanu
28'
51'
Mansour Gueye
Ionuț Rada
51'
61'
Peter Omuduemuke
Vasile Maftei
60'
66'
Gabriel Cânu
Nicolae Grigore
74'
83'
Dan Alexa

Not used: Mihai Mincă, Ionel Ganea, Ionuț Săpunaru, Ionuț Stancu - Marius Popa, Silviu Izvoranu, Ștefan Grigorie, Artavazd Karamian, John Srhoj

Rapid București won the National Cup for the second consecutive time and for the 13th time in their history, after defeating Poli Timișoara 2-0 (1-0) on Saturday, in the competition's final, held on the "Dan Păltinișan" stadium. Goal scorers were Buga in the 15th and Zicu in the 48th. Poli Timișoara footballers went to church early on Saturday in order to pray before the match against Rapid, fearing bad luck, after the team's coach bus had been involved in a collision with a tram the day before. Rapid players entered the pitch holding a banner displaying the two clubs' emblems and a message which read "Friends before and friends after". Upon entering the field, Rapid players were booed by the crowd, to which they retorted by applauding the local hostility. Their gesture was rewarded with applause by the Timișoara crowd. Also present in the stands were President Traian Băsescu, LPF President Dumitru Dragomir, FRF President Mircea Sandu. Poli Timișoara's supporters put on a display of white and violet plates, violet smoke bombs and confetti which engulfed a large part of the field. Rapid forward Viorel Moldovan played the final match of his career announcing he would retire from official competitions at the end of the season. Moldovan was booed by Timișoara supporters as he entered the field in the 82nd.

Coach Valentin Velcea declared he was sorry that fans were disappointed by the Cup defeat and he was hoping that Poli would reach another final as soon as possible. "We lost a chance of going out into Europe. The balance of the match was ruined, and rightfully so, causing Rapid to gain control. If we had been more confident in the first half, we could have scored. This is football, it punishes you if you don't respect it. Had I known that Omoduemuke would make a mistake typical of an amateur, I wouldn't have sent him in. Anyway, his gesture is inexplicable. The guys are devastated because of this defeat", pointed out Velcea.

In his turn, Rapid coach Răzvan Lucescu declared that he had focused on the Cup to the detriment of the fight for second place since this is a clean competition, while "the championship is known to be buyable". "We were the better team, we desperately wanted to win the trophy. This cup means a lot and I chose it to the detriment of second place. The Cup is a clean competition, while the championship is known to be buyable", Lucescu said.

Romania will also be represented in the UEFA Cup by CFR Cluj, who will play in the second preliminary round, after finishing third in the championship standings. Romanian champion, Dinamo, will enter the third preliminary round of the Champions League, with Steaua (seeded second) going into the second preliminary round of the competition.

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