Striker Ionel Danciulescu has decided to return to Dinamo Bucharest after leaving Spain’s Hercules Alicante, a team for which he played last season. Dinamo’s President Nicolae Badea has stated that his club has reached an agreement on Danciulescu’s transfer. “I’m glad I have returned home! 99 out of 100 people told me not to come back. I am ambitious, I like challenges and I am happy to play for Dinamo again. I really want us to attain our objectives,” Ion Danciulescu stated for www.fcdinamo.ro. “Dinamo badly wanted Danciulescu’s return. When I say Dinamo I don’t mean the coaches and the club leadership alone, I mean all of the fans. We all count on Danciulescu’s experience and value, on his loyalty towards the club,” Nicolae Badea said. “It’s a very important transfer for Dinamo. Danciulescu is a valuable player, a worthy example for his colleagues. I am convinced his experience will help us a lot in our new campaign,” head coach Ioan Andone stated in his turn.
League I: Away win
for FC Brasov
FC Brasov won its away game against FCM Targu Mures on Monday, score 1-0 (0-0 at half time). The game counted for leg one of League I Bergenbier. In the 68th minute Chipciu’s high ball found striker Valentin Badea who headed the ball in. In the last game of leg one, Gaz Metan Medias defeated newly-promoted Victoria Branesti, score 3-2 (2-1 at half time). Brazil’s Eric De Oliveira (21st minute – penalty kick; 75th minute) and Radu Zaharia (28th minute) scored Gaz Metan’s goals. Vasile Olaru (39th minute – penalty kick) and Bogdan Oprea (91st minute) scored Victoria’s goals in what was the team’s first League I game.