20 days left before the friendly game againt Germany.
Hai România! :strong:
Hai România! :strong:
I think we're going down actually. Nothing seems to be getting better and our main players are all out of form.Gonzo77 said:I know Germany is a strong team but i dont see them beating us 2-0 in Romania unless we have a terrible day like against Denmark. Romania is an up and coming team. I think Romania wins 2-1.
Funny how Contra has been called up separately from the other 13.1. Bogdan Lobonþ - Ajax
2. Bogdan Stelea - Salamanca
3. Flavius Stoican - Sahtior Doneþk
4. Adrian Iencsi - Spartak Moscova
5. Cristian Chivu - A.S. Roma
6. Rãzvan Raþ - Sahtior Doneþk
7. Cristian Dancia - Torpedo Moscova
8. Ovidiu Petre - Galatasaray
9. Daniel Pancu - Beºiktaº
10. Florin Cernat - Dinamo Kiev
11. Adrian Mutu - Chelsea
12. Ionel Ganea - Wolverhampton
13. Marius Niculae - Sporting
Nota: în perspectiva începerii preliminariilor Campionatului Mondial din 2006, precum ºi a reintegrãrii în cadrul lotului lãrgit, este convocat ºi jucãtorul Cosmin Contra, de la Atletico Madrid.
Dancia?? Never heard of him... What team did he play for in Romania?David said:7. Cristian Dancia - Torpedo Moscova
Dancia used to be a talent, we'll see how far his talent went now.
Let's see if Iordanescu will call Neaga or Caramarin for this freindly. They both deserve it. Who knows what a boost a call-up like this might be for them.
We are crap at that. I remember watching some qualifying game where we let the team through one-on-one about 3 times just from defensive passes.BaDaniS said:He's 24 years old as well(Dancia).
I am quite positive about this game, I see a 2-1 our way..I personally think the Germans are quite crap. The key to winning this game will be defending the headers very well since that's their main strenght.
Did I miss anything? Mutu did squat all game (understandable: he was injured) and Chivu got done twice leading up to their goal. In which way did they rise to the occasion?Marius said:Well, we've had times when individually our players were excellent and they played like crap for the national team.
Now it seems that individually players like Mutu and Chivu are not doing well, but the NT seems to be getting better (at least we keep winning all our friendlies which is a good start)...Scotland wasn't a pushover and Germany certainly isn't.
So it will be a good test and it will hopefully make players such as Chivu and Mutu rise to the occasion like they did against Scotland.
I don't know. It could work, but it would get me upset on the way!alex_3 said:I don't want to sound like an asshole, but I hope we get a good beating. Personally, I don't like how our team is at the moment. If we win, it might get to thier heads.
In my opinion, the team needs some crucial changes. Maybe a good beating would wake them up :stress:
They usually "rise to the occasion" when they play for our NT.Raven said:Did I miss anything? Mutu did squat all game (understandable: he was injured) and Chivu got done twice leading up to their goal. In which way did they rise to the occasion?