Cristian Dulca Professional Association Football Player
Cristian Alexandru Dulca (born 25 October 1972 in Cluj) is a former Romanian football player. Clubs he played for include CFR Cluj and Rapid Bucureşti. He was included in the Romania national football team squad for the 1998 FIFA World Cup. In 2003, he was forced to retire because of a congenital heart defect. In 2003, he became coach of Minerul Iara, the satellite team of Universitatea Cluj from Divizia C. In 2004 he was the coach of another Divizia C team, Avântul Reghin, during 13 matches. In February 2005, Dulca became executive director assistant at Universitatea Cluj.
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FC Universitatea Cluj Football
Fotbal Club Universitatea Cluj (Romanian pronunciation: [universiˈtate̯a kluʒ], commonly referred to as U Cluj) is a Romanian professional football club from Cluj-Napoca, founded in 1919 by Iuliu Hațieganu. The team plays in the country's top-flight league, Liga I. Universitatea Cluj traditionally plays in white and black, although variations used red, maroon and gold have been used, especially for away kits. U Cluj played for 89 years on the Ion Moina stadium, and then moved into the new Cluj Arena, built on the site of the old arena. U Cluj are nicknamed Şepcile roşii (English: Red Caps) after the red berets worn by students from the University of Medicine in Cluj. Universitatea Cluj are traditionally considered to be the most important football club in Transylvania, although their status has been recently threatened by the successes of their city rivals CFR Cluj. The club has spent the vast majority of its history in the first league, but they never became national champions. They have also appeared in four Romanian Cup finals, notably each time under a different name, and won the trophy in the 1964-65 season.
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CS Gaz Metan Mediaș Football
Clubul Sportiv Gaz Metan Mediaș is a Romanian professional football club from Mediaș, Sibiu county, founded in 1945, and currently playing in the Romanian first division. In a competition organized during the war, between 1943–1944, Devices and ASAM (Automecanica) in 1944 will establish KARRES team belonging leather and shoes factory in town. In 1946 this team already promoted in Division "B" finished a respectable 2nd place team from Cluj Dermatology, place that gave him the right to participate in the dam to promote the forefront. It took place in Bucharest and he also participated Textile Buhuși, Politehnica Timișoara and Arad AMEFA. The team managed to promote from the dam in Division "A", 1947–1948 edition, where the class to end the season on a respectable place 12 of 16 participants. Edition of the championship of Division "A" 1948–1949, the team has named the CSMM and Red Dawn (from the factory Vitrometan). Since the return of that championship team was taken over by Gaz Metan, but the championship had already been compromised and thus leaves the first echelon team.
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Stadionul Gaz Metan