Steaua-Rapid tickets, between RON 10 and 100
Steaua Club posted on its web site prices between RON 10 and 100 for the tickets to the home match with Rapid, due for Friday, at 9:00 PM, counting for the 31st leg of the first football League. A ground level ticket at Steaua-Rapid will cost RON 10, one at the second tribune – RON 20, first tribune – RON 30 and the ‘Zero’ (special) tribune – RON 50, while a place in an armchair will cost fans the sum of RON 100. Ticket booths will e open from Tuesday to Friday, between 12:00 and 6:00 PM During April 15-17 and on April 21, Steaua fans were able to buy a pack of tickets for the red-blue team’s matches with CFR Cluj, Otelul Galati, Dinamo and Rapid. Steaua will meet Rapid Bucharest on Friday, starting with 9:00 PM, in a match counting for the 31st leg of the First League.
Dinamo Kiev gets 13th title of champion
Dinamo Kiev is now certain to become the football champion of Ukraine for the 13th time in the club’s history, after a 3-2 win over Tavria Simferopol. Dinamo Kiev, which has in its team the Romanians Tiberiu Ghioane and Florin Cernat, can no longer be matched, in the three legs to remain of this season, by challenger Shakhtar Donetsk (which won 3-0 against FC Kharkov), as the difference between the two contestants stands now at 12 points. Shakhtar, the team coached by Mircea Lucescu, took its revenge in the UEFA Cup, where it succeeded to eliminate Dinamo Kiev in the semifinals and will play the Istanbul final on May 20 against the Germans of Werder Bremen.
Pancu scores twice for Terek Grozny
Romanian footballer Daniel Pancu scored twice for his team Terek Grozny, in a home match that ended in a draw (2-2) with Amkar Perm, counting for the 8th leg of the Russian championship. Pancu opened in the second minute, with a goal from penalty, and evened the odds in minute 84, after the guest team had scored twice through the Bulgarian player Martin Kusev (27, 45). After this achievement, Pamcu ranks third in the goal getters classification, with three goals, after Argentinean Alejandro Rodriguez (Rubin), 5 goals, and Pavel Pogrebniak (Zenit), 4 goals, thus being part of a selective group that also comprises Russians Alan Dzagoev (TSKA Moscow), Andrei Kerjakov (Dinamo Moscow), Turkish player Fatih Tekke (Zenit), Czech Jan Koller (Krilia Sovetov Saara), Serbian Milos Krasic (TSKA Moscow), Ukrainian Sergey Kornilenko (Tomsk) and Brazilian Welliton (Spartak Moscow).
Adrian Mutu ready to return on the grass
The Romanian footballer Adrian Mutu, who is in rehabilitation after his knee surgery, awaits the green light to return on the grass from professor Mariani, who will consult him again on Tuesday in Rome, the Italian media announced, quoted by Agerpres. Mutu, who has stopped playing for Fiorentina on March 22, has intensified lately his exercises in order to check the behaviour of his knee under pressure, and also to restore his muscle tonus, the answer being positive, “Corriere dello Sport” reports.