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Bozhidar Chorbadzhiyski. Alexandru Stan. FC Astra Giurgiu. Mihai Pintilii. Hapoel Tel Aviv. Olimpiu Morutan. Thierry Moutinho.
CFR Cluj. Ovidiu Popescu. ACS Poli Timisoara. Florinel Coman. Ioan Hora. Al-Hazem Sport Club. Lukasz Gikiewicz. Hajer Football Club.
Juvhel Tsoumou. FC Hermannstadt. UTA Arad. Coloman Braun-Bogdan. Gheorghe Popescu. Ilie Savu. Angelo Niculescu. Eugen Mladin.
Gheorghe Ola. Gheorghe Constantin. Emerich Jenei. Traian Ionescu. Florin Halagian. Dumitru Dumitriu. A poor period of almost two decades followed in which the club claimed only three championships —68 , —76 , — Instead, the team won nine national cup trophies, for which matter it gained the nickname of "cup specialists".
Subsequently, Steaua became the first Romanian club to reach a European Cup final, which it ultimately won against Barcelona on penalties 2—0 thanks to goalkeeper Helmuth Duckadam saving all four penalties taken by the Spaniards , after a goalless draw.
Steaua therefore became the first Eastern European team to claim the title of European champions. Steaua remained at the top of European football for the rest of the decade, managing one more European Cup semi-final in —88 and one more European Cup final in lost 4—0 to Milan.
Notably, this was in addition to its four additional national titles —86, —87, —88 , [note 1] —89 and four national cups —85 , —87 , —88 , — Furthermore, from June to September , Steaua ran a record match undefeated streak in the championship, setting a world record for that time and a European one still standing.
The Romanian Revolution led the country towards a free open market and, subsequently, several players of the s team left for other clubs in the West.
At international level, the club also managed to reach the UEFA Champions League group stage three years in a row between —95 and — In , Becali allegedly managed to gain control over the club by turning it from non-profit to a public share company.
Subsequently, even though the club managed to win five national championships and to qualify for the UEFA Champions League four times, it became increasingly associated with Becali's controversial character, infamous for his homophobia,  xenophobia, misogyny, racism,  tax evasion  and even imprisonments.
According to comments made by Constantin Danilescu a former Steaua employee who worked for the club until , during the separation CSA Steaua did not relinquish ownership of the team's name, honours or brand, as was believed until The club only allowed the non-profit it partnered with to use these elements, but the non-profit never had any right to sell them, placing doubt over the claims of FCSB to titles won before the takeover by Becali.
Funded from privately owned CSA Steaua finances,  the team's objective is to promote every year to the higher league, until it reaches Liga I , a timeline which is to coincide with the opening of the new Stadionul Ghencea.
The team reached the promotion play-offs in their first two seasons but lost each time. During its first season, —48, Steaua wore yellow and red striped shirts with blue shorts, to symbolize Romania's tricolour flag.
Following the Romanian Revolution , the Army decided to break all links to the defunct communist regime, so, in , CSA Steaua had a last change of crest with an eagle also present on the Ministry of Defence coat of arms and also on Romania's.
As FC Steaua appeared in , the club added two yellow stars on top of the CSA Steaua badge signifying its 20 titles of champions won, along with the Fotbal Club specification.
Steaua played the first three matches in its history at the defunct Venus stadium. From to , Steaua played its home matches at the Stadionul Ghencea , a football stadium situated in South-Western Bucharest.
The original capacity was 30, on benches. A general renovation occurred in ; this included installing seats, which dropped the capacity to 28, Currently, the old Stadionul Ghencea is reconstructed, with the same approximate capacity of 30, seats, in order to serve as a training pitch for Euro Eternul derby "The Eternal Derby" has been the leading Romanian football encounter in the last 60 years, as Steaua and Dinamo are the two most successful football teams in the country.
Several clashes between different factions of supporters have often occurred and still occur inside and outside the stadium.
The heyday was reached before a match kick-off in , when Dinamo's fans set a sector of Stadionul Ghencea 's Peluza Sud , where they were assigned, on fire.
Several matches throughout the years between Steaua and Rapid have also ended in serious clashes between fans. As Steaua is the most popular club in Romania, there are, besides Bucharest , several cities counting a great majority of red and blue supporters among football lovers.
Widely speaking, these cities are predominant in the Eastern half of the country, particularly in the regions of Moldavia , Greater Wallachia and Northern Dobruja.
The club is also popular outside the borders, notably between Romanian emigrants. Ovidiu Popescu 26 years old 10 0. Ion 20 years old 2 0.
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