2008–09 Liga I

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Liga I
Season2008–09
Champions Unirea Urziceni
Relegated Argeș Pitești
Farul Constanța
Otopeni
Gloria Buzău
Champions League Unirea Urziceni
Timișoara
Europa League Dinamo București
CFR Cluj
Vaslui
Steaua București
Matches played306
Goals scored707 (2.31 per match)
Top goalscorer Gheorghe Bucur, Florin Costea (17)
Biggest home win Otopeni 6–0 Farul
Biggest away win Pandurii 1–5 Unirea
Buzău 1–5 Unirea
Otopeni 0–4 CFR
Highest scoring Argeș 5–2 Dinamo
Vaslui 4–3 Timișoara
Gaz Metan 2–5 Universitatea
Longest winning run Timișoara (7)
Longest unbeaten run Urziceni (13)
Longest winless run Buzău (19)
Longest losing run Otopeni, Buzău (7)
Highest attendance TimișoaraSteaua (30,000) [1]
Lowest attendance OtopeniBistrița (100) [2]
2009–10

The 2008–09 Liga I was the ninety-first season of Liga I, the top-level football league of Romania. Season began on 26 July 2008 and ended on 10 June 2009. CFR Cluj were the defending champions.

Contents

Teams

Teams promoted from Liga II at the beginning of the season.

Relegated

Teams relegated to Liga II at the end of season.

Venues

FC Timișoara Steaua București FC U Craiova CFR Cluj
Dan Păltinișanu Steaua Ion Oblemenco Dr. Constantin Rădulescu
Capacity: 32,972Capacity: 28,365Capacity: 25,252Capacity: 23,500
Panoramio - V&A Dudush - Stadionu Dan Paltinisan.jpg Stadionul Steaua.jpg Stadium Ion Oblemenco - inside.JPG Dr Constantin Radulescu Stadium (8122846696).jpg
Gloria Buzău Farul Constanța Dinamo București Argeș Pitești
Municipal Farul Dinamo Nicolae Dobrin
Capacity: 18,000Capacity: 15,520Capacity: 15,032Capacity: 15,000
Bz stadium gloria.jpg Stadionul Farul in the 80's.jpg Dinamo Stadium (2006).jpg Nicolae Dobrin stadium.jpg
Oțelul Galați
Location of Bucharest teams.
Rapid București
Oțelul Giulești-Valentin Stănescu
Capacity: 13,500Capacity: 11,704 [lower-roman 1]
Stadionul Otelul din Galati.JPG Giulesti Stadium.JPG
Politehnica Iași FC Vaslui
Emil Alexandrescu Municipal
Capacity: 11,390Capacity: 9,240
Stadionul Emil Alexandrescu panorama.jpg Stadionul Municipal (Vaslui).jpg
Pandurii Târgu Jiu FC Brașov
Tudor Vladimirescu Silviu Ploeșteanu
Capacity: 9,200Capacity: 8,800
RO GJ Targu Jiu stadium 1.jpg Overview Brasov 1.JPG
Gloria Bistrița CS Otopeni [lower-roman 2] Unirea Urziceni Gaz Metan Mediaș
Gloria Astra Tineretului Gaz Metan
Capacity: 7,800Capacity: 7,000Capacity: 7,000Capacity: 5,300
Stadionul Jean Padureanu.jpg Stadionul Astra.JPG Intrare stadion - panoramio.jpg Stadionul Gaz Metan Medias.PNG
  1. Capacity of Giulești-Valentin Stănescu Stadium has been reduced from 19,100 to 11,704 due to advanced degradation of the resistance structure of the South End.
  2. CS Otopeni was relocated to Astra Stadium from Ploiești because Otopeni Stadium from Otopeni does not meet the standards for Liga I.

Personnel and kits

TeamHead coachCaptainKit manufacturerShirt Sponsor
Argeș Pitești Flag of Romania.svg Ionuț Badea Flag of Romania.svg Daniel Bălașa Flag of Germany.svg Adidas Pic
Brașov Flag of Romania.svg Răzvan Lucescu Flag of Romania.svg Robert Ilyeș Flag of Italy.svg Diadora Roman
CFR Cluj Flag of Portugal.svg António Conceição Flag of Portugal.svg Cadú Flag of the United States.svg Nike DOMO Group, Sigma Towers
Dinamo București Flag of Romania.svg Mircea Rednic Flag of Romania.svg Marius Niculae Flag of the United States.svg Nike Orange
Farul Constanța Flag of Romania.svg Lucian Marinof Flag of Romania.svg George Curcă Flag of England.svg Umbro SNC
FC U Craiova Flag of Romania.svg Ionel Gane Flag of Romania.svg Dorel Stoica Flag of Germany.svg Adidas editie.ro
Gaz Metan Mediaș Flag of Romania.svg Cristian Pustai Flag of Romania.svg Claudiu Boaru Flag of Spain.svg Joma RomGaz
Gloria Bistrița Flag of Romania.svg Ioan Sabău Flag of Romania.svg Adrian Nalați Flag of Germany.svg Puma Teraplast, Aldis, Darimex
Gloria Buzău Flag of Romania.svg Constantin Cârstea Flag of Senegal.svg Mansour Gueye Flag of Germany.svg Hummel
Otopeni Flag of Romania.svg Liviu Ciobotariu Flag of Romania.svg Florin Pârvu Flag of Italy.svg Kappa Urban
Oțelul Galați Flag of Romania.svg Petre Grigoraș Flag of Romania.svg Gabriel Paraschiv Flag of Germany.svg Hummel ArcelorMittal
Pandurii Târgu Jiu Flag of Romania.svg Sorin Cârțu Flag of Romania.svg Florin Stângă Flag of England.svg Umbro USMO
Politehnica Iași Flag of Italy.svg Cristiano Bergodi Flag of Romania.svg Bogdan Onuț Flag of the United States.svg Nike Iulius Mall
Rapid București Flag of Romania.svg Viorel Hizo Flag of Romania.svg Vasile Maftei Flag of Italy.svg LottoArsis
Steaua București Flag of Italy.svg Massimo Pedrazzini Flag of Romania.svg Sorin Ghionea Flag of the United States.svg Nike CitiFinancial
Timișoara Flag of Romania.svg Valentin Velcea Flag of Armenia.svg Artavazd Karamyan Flag of Italy.svg Lotto Balkan Petroleum
Unirea Urziceni Flag of Romania.svg Dan Petrescu Flag of Romania.svg George Galamaz Flag of Italy.svg Givova Alexandrion
Vaslui Flag of Romania.svg Cristian Dulca Flag of Romania.svg Gabriel Cânu Flag of England.svg Umbro Kia Motors

Managerial changes

TeamOutgoing managerManner of departureDate of vacancyReplaced byDate of appointment
Dinamo București Flag of Romania.svg Cornel Țălnar [3] Contract not renewed17 April 2008 Flag of Romania.svg Mircea Rednic [3] 17 April 2008
Rapid București Flag of Romania.svg Marian Rada Contract not renewed3 June 2008 Flag of Portugal.svg José Peseiro [4] 3 June 2008
Vaslui Flag of Romania.svg Emil Săndoi [5] Contract not renewed10 June 2008 Flag of Romania.svg Viorel Hizo [5] 10 June 2008
Otopeni Flag of Romania.svg Liviu Ciobotariu [6] Contract not renewed18 June 2008 Flag of Serbia.svg Miodrag Ješić [7] 21 June 2008
Gloria Buzău Flag of Romania.svg Ștefan Stoica [8] Sacked11 August 2008 Flag of Portugal.svg Álvaro Magalhães [9] 12 August 2008
Otopeni Flag of Serbia.svg Miodrag Ješić [10] Caretaker18 August 2008 Flag of Romania.svg Gabriel Mărgărit [11] 18 August 2008
CFR Cluj Flag of Romania.svg Ioan Andone [12] Sacked30 August 2008 Flag of Italy.svg Maurizio Trombetta [13] 1 September 2008
Otopeni Flag of Romania.svg Gabriel Mărgărit [14] Sacked8 September 2008 Flag of Romania.svg Marian Bucurescu [14] 8 September 2008
Pandurii Târgu Jiu Flag of Romania.svg Eugen Neagoe [15] Sacked21 September 2008 Flag of Romania.svg Sorin Cârțu [16] 21 September 2008
Rapid București Flag of Portugal.svg José Peseiro [17] Sacked2 October 2008 Flag of Romania.svg Nicolae Manea [18] 3 October 2008
Gloria Buzău Flag of Portugal.svg Álvaro Magalhães [19] Sacked3 October 2008 Flag of Romania.svg Mario Marinică [20] 9 October 2008
Rapid București Flag of Romania.svg Nicolae Manea [21] Caretaker9 October 2008 Flag of Portugal.svg José Peseiro [21] 9 October 2008
Steaua București Flag of Romania.svg Marius Lăcătuș [22] Resigned22 October 2008 Flag of Romania.svg Dorinel Munteanu [23] 26 October 2008
Vaslui Flag of Romania.svg Viorel Hizo [24] Sacked1 November 2008 Flag of Romania.svg Viorel Moldovan [25] 1 November 2008
Otopeni Flag of Romania.svg Marian Bucurescu [26] Resigned24 November 2008 Flag of Romania.svg Liviu Ciobotariu [26] 24 November 2008
Timișoara Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Dušan Uhrin, Jr. [27] Sacked2 December 2008 Flag of Romania.svg Gavril Balint [28] 29 December 2008
Gloria Buzău Flag of Romania.svg Mario Marinică [29] Sacked17 December 2008 Flag of Romania.svg Constantin Cârstea [30] 28 January 2009
Steaua București Flag of Romania.svg Dorinel Munteanu [31] Sacked31 December 2008 Flag of Romania.svg Marius Lăcătuș [31] 1 January 2009
CFR Cluj Flag of Italy.svg Maurizio Trombetta [32] Sacked6 January 2009 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Ales Jindra and
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Dušan Uhrin, Jr. [33]
8 January 2009
Politehnica Iași Flag of Romania.svg Ionuț Popa [34] Resigned11 January 2009 Flag of Italy.svg Cristiano Bergodi [35] 18 January 2009
Rapid București Flag of Portugal.svg José Peseiro [ citation needed ]Sacked12 January 2009 Flag of Romania.svg Marian Rada [36] 14 January 2009
CFR Cluj Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Ales Jindra and
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Dušan Uhrin, Jr. [37]
Sacked5 April 2009 Flag of Portugal.svg Toni [38] 6 April 2009
Farul Constanța Flag of Romania.svg Ion Marin [39] Resigned13 April 2009 Flag of Romania.svg Lucian Marinof [40] 13 April 2009
Rapid București Flag of Romania.svg Marian Rada [41] Resigned17 April 2009 Flag of Romania.svg Viorel Hizo [42] 3 May 2009
Universitatea Craiova Flag of Italy.svg Nicolo Napoli [43] Sacked15 May 2009 Flag of Romania.svg Ionel Gane [44] 15 May 2009
Steaua București Flag of Romania.svg Marius Lăcătuș [45] Resigned17 May 2009 Flag of Italy.svg Massimo Pedrazzini [46] 18 May 2009
Vaslui Flag of Romania.svg Viorel Moldovan [47] Resigned26 May 2009 Flag of Romania.svg Cristian Dulca [48] 26 May 2009
Timișoara Flag of Romania.svg Gavril Balint [49] Sacked31 May 2009 Flag of Romania.svg Valentin Velcea [50] 1 June 2009

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 Unirea Urziceni (C)3421765120+3170Qualification to Champions League group stage
2 FC Timișoara 3420775838+2067 [lower-alpha 1] Qualification to Champions League third qualifying round
3 Dinamo București 3420595630+2665Qualification to Europa League play-off round [lower-alpha 2]
4 CFR Cluj 34161174426+1859
5 Vaslui 34176114437+757Qualification to Europa League third qualifying round
6 Steaua București 34141464427+1756 [lower-alpha 3] Qualification to Europa League second qualifying round
7 Universitatea Craiova 34151184425+1956 [lower-alpha 3]
8 Rapid București 34167114434+1055 [lower-alpha 4]
9 Brașov 34141373525+1055 [lower-alpha 4]
10 Argeș Pitești (R)34128144147644Relegation to Liga II [lower-alpha 5]
11 Pandurii Târgu Jiu 341110132736943
12 Oțelul Galați 341171637481140
13 Gloria Bistrița 341151832441238
14 Politehnica Iași 341071732471537
15 Gaz Metan Mediaș 341061836511536Spared from relegation [lower-alpha 5]
16 Farul Constanța (R)34862027562930Relegation to 2009–10 Liga II
17 Otopeni (R)34572232542222
18 Gloria Buzău (R)34452523623917
Source: LPF (in Romanian)
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) head-to-head points; 3) head-to-head goal difference; 4) head-to-head goals scored; 5) goal difference; 6) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. Timișoara were docked 6 points after not respecting a ruling from CAS. [51] However, this decision was revoked by the CAS on 11 June 2009. [52]
  2. CFR Cluj as the 2008–09 Cupa României winners qualified for the play-off round of the 2009–10 UEFA Europa League.
  3. 1 2 STE 2–1 CRA; CRA 0–0 STE
  4. 1 2 RAP 3–1 BRA; BRA 0–0 RAP
  5. 1 2 Argeș Pitești were relegated to the Liga II due to allegations of referee bribery. Gaz Metan as best-placed relegated team were therefore spared from relegation. [53]

Positions by round

Team ╲ Round12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031323334
Argeș Pitești 913101414131112997586748810111010101010101010101010101010
Brașov 48121111856669101091110111111999989988889999
CFR Cluj 11578108555575736444454444445564444
Universitatea Craiova 38899912101010856343677765555556656557
Dinamo București 9641433211111122111111111111111223
Farul Constanța 41213121267111214141213151514141213131515151515161616161616161616
Gaz Metan Mediaș 714913131413131413131414131416161616161616161616151513141515151515
Gloria Bistrița 17111410101214141516171516141313121312121213121313131314131313131313
Gloria Buzău 13161617171717171818181818181818181818181818181818181818181818181818
Otopeni 18181818181818181617161617171717171717171717171717171717171717171717
Oțelul Galați 753157109886991110111098101111111111111112121212121112
Pandurii Târgu Jiu 9151515151515151312121312121212131414141314131212121211111111111211
Politehnica Iași 16171716161616161715151715161515151515151412141414141415151414141414
Rapid București 2214256811111087888755536766777775678
Steaua București 13875642132344455466687877664447766
Timișoara 941187119744433567333343323333333332
Unirea Urziceni 13763111323222211222222232222222111
Vaslui 432632447711111110999109878698899998885
Source: kicker.de (in German)
  = Leaders; Liga I ;   = 2nd place; Liga I ;   = 3rd place; Liga I

Results

Home \ Away ARG BRA CFR UCR DIN FAR GAZ GBI GBU OTO OȚE PAN PIA RAP STE TIM URZ VAS
Argeș Pitești 1–00–21–15–23–02–02–11–11–13–22–13–01–02–21–10–00–0
Brașov 1–01–11–12–02–12–10–04–02–01–12–12–00–01–01–01–00–0
CFR Cluj 2–02–01–11–03–02–12–22–01–01–11–10–00–01–12–01–03–0
Universitatea Craiova 1–00–04–12–03–22–00–01–12–21–02–02–00–00–01–30–00–1
Dinamo București 2–00–21–01–01–01–05–04–10–01–03–02–03–0 1–1 3–10–14–1
Farul Constanța 2–01–10–10–31–42–02–12–01–01–11–10–30–21–41–10–11–0
Gaz Metan Mediaș 2–20–02–02–51–10–13–12–03–02–22–11–01–00–15–11–01–2
Gloria Bistrița 2–01–01–22–01–21–01–02–03–13–01–03–11–32–20–10–10–3
Gloria Buzău 3–10–20–10–21–30–11–22–10–10–20–11–10–10–11–21–54–1
Otopeni 1–22–20–40–12–36–02–00–12–00–10–14–11–20–12–21–20–2
Oțelul Galați 2–02–11–10–20–12–03–11–01–23–10–03–22–12–02–20–20–1
Pandurii Târgu Jiu 3–10–02–11–01–10–01–01–11–01–11–01–12–02–00–11–51–0
Politehnica Iași 4–01–10–11–01–02–12–01–01–12–02–11–11–20–20–20–21–3
Rapid București 1–33–11–00–32–11–04–23–01–03–04–02–02–20–00–21–22–2
Steaua București 2–02–11–12–1 1–1 1–14–01–01–11–15–01–01–01–22–21–01–1
Timișoara 2–14–02–11–00–33–20–01–04–13–11–03–03–01–01–01–23–1
Unirea Urziceni 3–20–01–11–21–01–04–03–02–11–03–12–00–11–11–11–11–0
Vaslui 0–10–12–11–11–24–21–11–03–02–02–11–02–01–01–04–30–2
Source: LPF (in Romanian)
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Top goalscorers

PosPlayerClubGoals
1 Flag of Romania.svg Florin Costea Universitatea Craiova 17
Flag of Romania.svg Gheorghe Bucur Timișoara
3 Flag of Brazil.svg Spadacio Rapid București 16
4 Flag of Romania.svg Ionel Dănciulescu Dinamo București 12
Flag of Romania.svg Marius Niculae
6 Flag of Greece.svg Pantelis Kapetanos Steaua București 11
Flag of Romania.svg Bogdan Stancu
8 Flag of Burkina Faso.svg Yssouf Koné CFR Cluj 10
9 Flag of Romania.svg Gabriel Paraschiv Oțelul Galați 9
10 Flag of Romania.svg Alexandru Curtean Gaz Metan Mediaș / Timișoara 8
Flag of Zimbabwe.svg Mike Temwanjera Vaslui
Flag of Portugal.svg Chico Farul Constanța
Flag of Romania.svg Marius Onofraș Unirea Urziceni
Flag of Romania.svg Marius Bilașco

Source: Liga1.ro (in Romanian)

Season statistics

Scoring

Cards

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