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Starting lineup - published: 06.04.18

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

18

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GK Florin NITA Bucharest

10

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1

GK Silvio LUNG JR. Craiova

5

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2

DC Ionut NEDELCEARU Bucharest

5

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2

DRC Christian SAPUNARU Bucharest

5

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1

DRC Mihai BALASA Târgoviște 

7

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3

DLC Stefan RADU Bucharest

17

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6

DR/AMR Gabriel ENACHE Piteşti

4

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10

DL Razvan RAT Piatra-Olt

4

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3

DL Steliano FILIP Buzău

5

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5

DL/ML Bogdan VATAJELU Ostroveni 

5

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1

DC/DMC Valerica GAMAN Băilești

7

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1

DMC/DR Andrei PREPELITA Slatina

5

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1

MC Doru DUMITRESCU Drăgăneşti

3

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2

MRC Razvan MARIN Bucharest

11

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0

MLC Christian TANASE Piteşti

10

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2

MLC Dan NISTOR Rucăr

5

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4

AMC Florentin MATEI Bolintin-Vale

4

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2

AMRLC Aleksandru BALUTA Craiova

10

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0

AMRLC Alexandru MITRITA Bucharest

8

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0

AMRLC Valentin LAZAR Ploiești

9

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0

AMRL Adrian POPA Bucharest

13

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1

AMRL Aleksandru CHIPCIU Brăila

13

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1

AMRL Valentin COSTACHE Videle

4

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2

AML/DL Nicusor BANCU Crampoia

8

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0

AMRL/FC Aurelian CHITU Ţăndăre

5

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1

AMRL/FC Florin TANASE Găești 

7

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4

AMRL/FC Florinel COMAN Brăila

6

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2

SS/FC Constantnin BUDESCU Ploiești

14

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FRLC Andrei IVAN Moreni

4

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4

FRLC Bogadan STANCU Pitești

7

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3

FRLC Denis ALIBEC Mangalia

10

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2

FRLC Raul RUSESCU Râmnicu Vâlcea

10

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3

(Today part of: region Wallachia in Romania)

The people known as the Wallachians appeared in the 12th century in the Carpathian lands between the rivers Olt and the Danube. The area was under the control of Hungarian kings in mid-13th century, after which time the Mongol incursions and the dying out of the Árpád dynasty, followed by the inevitable civil war for the throne, curbed their power. In the meantime, these events enabled the strengthening of the local Wallachian elite to gain a greater degree of independence, and establish the Principality of Wallachia at the beginning of the 14th century, led by Basarab I (ruled 1310-1352), residing in Campulung. Soon after, to the north of it, in the area between eastern Carpathians and the river Dniester, in mid-14thcentury, rose the Principality of Moldavia.The fates of these two political entities will be closely interconnected from that time on.

Orthodoxy with Old-Slavic rites dominated both of them. Furthermore, the ancient Roman occupation left after itself a crude form of Latin in the deserted areas that will mark the local populace from their neighbors (the Slavs and Hungarians). In the Middle Ages 60% of the vocabulary was made up of borrowed words from Slavic languages, or Greek or Albanian. At the beginning of the 15th century the Ottoman conquests of their lands began. In general, the 14th, and especially from the 15th century on, the political success of Wallachian and Moldavian dukes was reduced to maintaining their autonomy, rather than achieving sovereignty and independence, and depended on the exploitation of the rivalry between the Hungarians and the Ottomans.

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