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Starting lineup - published: 20.03.19

Position First name Last name Birthplace Like Dislike
GK Ciprian TATARUSANU Bucharest

21

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7

GK Costel PANTILIMON Bacău

1

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0

GK Silvio LUNG JR. Craiova

7

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2

DC Ionut NEDELCEARU Bucharest

7

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2

DC Vlad CHIRICHES Bacău

5

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3

DRC Christian SAPUNARU Bucharest

7

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1

DLC Stefan RADU Bucharest

19

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6

DRL Alexandru MATEL Constanța

1

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0

DRL Crisitian MANEA Constanța

1

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0

DL Steliano FILIP Buzău

7

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5

DL/ML Bogdan VATAJELU Ostroveni 

7

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1

DC/DMC Bogdan TIRU Constanța

1

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1

DC/DMC Valerica GAMAN Băilești

9

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1

DMC Tudor BALUTA Craiova

1

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0

DMC/DR Andrei PREPELITA Slatina

7

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1

MC Mihai PINTILII Iași

1

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0

MRC Razvan MARIN Bucharest

13

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0

MLC Christian TANASE Piteşti

12

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3

AMC Alexandru MAXIM Piatra Neamț

1

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0

AMC Florentin MATEI Bolintin-Vale

6

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2

AMRLC Aleksandru BALUTA Craiova

12

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0

AMRL Aleksandru CHIPCIU Brăila

15

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1

AMRL/FC Florin TANASE Găești 

9

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4

SS/FC Constantnin BUDESCU Ploiești

16

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FRLC Andrei IVAN Moreni

6

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4

FRLC Bogadan STANCU Pitești

9

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3

FRLC Denis ALIBEC Mangalia

12

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2

FRLC Raul RUSESCU Râmnicu Vâlcea

12

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3

FC Florin ANDONE Botoșani 

1

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0

(Today part of Romania (Wallachia, Moldavia, Dobruja)

In the beginning of the 19th century, Russia took Bessarabia from the Ottomans and encouraged resistance movements in Wallachia and Moldavia. They eventually happened in the form of the pan Balkan orthodox Eteria movement and Vladimirescu’s independence movement (1821). Despite the fact that the Ottomans managed to suppress the rebellions due to disputes between these groups, the principalities soon became Russian protectorates and continued to stage more or less successful rebellions. The society was divided into the rulers (hospodari) under Russian patronage and subjects: the citizen class mostly consisted of Greeks, Armenians and Jews. Along with Russia, who aspired to control the Black Sea and tried to open the way to Istanbul and the straits, establishment of independent Wallachia and Moldavia was attractive to Great Britain since they would, apart from grain exports, be useful as a buffer between Russia, the Habsburg Monarchy and the Ottoman Empire, as well as between Russia and the Dardanelles.

Therefore, in the context of the Eastern question, Moldavia and Wallachia united (1859), with a common prince, as the principality of Romania. The name for the people and the country (Român – Romanian) is the consequence of the romantic theory about the Roman origin of the Wallachians and Moldavians, who spoke a Romance language. This theory arose with the influence of the renaissance in the 16th century, when intellectuals showed greater interest in the ancient world. The formal suzerainty of the sultan would remain until the Berlin Congress (1878), when Romania gained complete independence. Despite the fact that they are often classified as Balkanic, Romanians steadfastly refuse such a classification, considering themselves to be the advance guard of Latinity and civilization in a sea of Turkish and Slavic barbarians.

Sources
    • Darko DUKOVSKI, Povijest Srednje i Jugoistočne Europe 19. i 20. stoljeća , SV.I., Zagreb, 2005.
    • Felipe FERNANDEZ-ARMESTO, Narodi Europe, Zagreb, 1997.
    • Grupa autora, Povijest: Napoleon, restauracija i revolucionarna kretanja (1800 – 1848), knjiga XIII., Zagreb 2008.
    • Katarina LUKETIĆ, Balkan: od geografije do fantazije, Zagreb, 2013.
    • Vasilj POPOVIĆ, Istočno pitanje , Sarajevo, 1956.
    • Marija TODOROVA, Imaginarni Balkan, Beograd, 2006.
    • Emblem: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Romanian_coats_of_arms