Minaur – University of Craiova, from the eighth round of the Cup, is played in Baia Mare. The hosts rented a mobile nightclub. Why couldn’t he play in Craiova


The match of the eighth round of the Romanian Cup, between Minaur Baia Mare and the University of Craiova, scheduled for Wednesday, October 27, at 18:00, will be played on the “Viorel Mateianu” arena in Baia Mare. The hosts of the match decided to rent a mobile nightclub for this match, despite the rather high costs (about 60,000 euros), which affect the club’s budget, but they wanted to organize on their own field the match against the trophy holder.

Part of the proceeds will be covered by the hosts from the price of tickets to the match, a fairly large one, 50 lei ticket. The stadium will be open at a rate of 50 percent, respectively, it relies on an attendance of 4,000 spectators, and 200 seats are reserved for the fans’ guests.

Minaur Baia Mare played the last match considered on its own field, the one with Lotus Băile Felix, in Recea, because certain repairs were made to the former “Dealul Florilor” arena.

Minaur – University of Craiova, from the eighth round of the Cup, is played in Baia Mare. The hosts rented a mobile nightclub. Why couldn’t he play in Craiova

In 2015, Minerul Baia Mare also played in the eighth round of the Romanian Cup with FCSB, and the hosts rented a mobile nightclub in order to be able to organize the game, won by the guests, in penalty kicks. In the current season, Minaur Baia Mare has already passed four rounds in the KO competition, eliminating: CSM Satu Mare, score 2-0, Comuna Recea, score 3-0, Unirea Dej, score 1-0, and Poli Iaşi, score 3-1.

On the other hand, the University of Craiova had, on its own field, in the sixteenth, CFR Cluj, score 1-0.

You couldn’t play in Craiova

If the Baia Mare officials did not resort to the option of renting a mobile nightclub, the match between Minaur Baia Mare, 2nd place in the C10 series, and the University of Craiova, the holder of the Romanian Cup, should have been played at another stadium.

Variants would have been Cluj, Bistrita or even Craiova. However, after the turf on “Ion Oblemenco” was changed in the last week, Craiova City Hall would not have accepted the match of two matches in two consecutive days, given that FCU Craiova plays the match in the eighth round of the Romanian Cup, with Sepsi, on Thursday , October 28, from 6 p.m.

Even the match of the latter match on the stadium in Bănie is in question, because after two days, on Saturday, October 30, it is scheduled another match on “Ion Oblemenco”, University of Craiova – CS Mioveni, in the 14th stage of League 1.


Source: Prosport by www.prosport.ro.

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