Raducanu Necula - International Appearances


The outstanding Romanian 'keeper, who was commonly known under his first name Raducanu rather than his family name Necula, obtained 56 international caps with his National Team. All matches are friendlies unless stated otherwise.
Born:  10- 5-1946
Country:  Romania
Caps:	56	(W19-D24-L13 - GF84-GA58 - %55.36)
Goals conceded: 58 (1.04 per match)
Age First Cap:	 21 yr  46 d	25- 6-1967 vs. Italy 0-1
Age Last Cap:	 32 yr 168 d	25-10-1978 vs. Yugoslavia 3-2
National Team Career: 11 yr 122 d


Caps   Date     Venue           Opponent       Score    Competition

  1  25- 6-67   Bucuresti       Italy           0-1     European Champ. Qual.
  2  16- 4-69   Athinai         Greece          2-2     World Cup Qualifier
  3  30- 4-69   Paris           France          0-1                     
  4  14- 5-69   Lausanne        Switzerland     1-0     World Cup Qualifier
  5  12-10-69   Bucuresti       Portugal        1-0     World Cup Qualifier
  6  16-11-69   Bucuresti       Greece          1-1     World Cup Qualifier
  7   9- 2-70   Lima            Peru            1-1                     
  8   8- 4-70   Stuttgart       West Germany    1-1                     
  9  28- 4-70   Reims           France          0-2                         
 10  10- 6-70   Guadalajara     Brazil          2-3     World Cup
 11  11-10-70   Bucuresti       Finland         3-0     European Champ. Qual.
 12  11-11-70   Cardiff         Wales           0-0     European Champ. Qual.
 13   2-12-70   Amsterdam       Netherlands     0-2                     
 14  21- 4-71   Novi Sad        Yugoslavia      1-0                     
 15  16- 5-71   Bratislava      Czechoslovakia  0-1     European Champ. Qual.
 16  22- 9-71   Helsinki        Finland         4-0     European Champ. Qual.
  -  10-10-71   KÝbenhavn       Denmark         1-2     Olympic Games Qual.
 17  14-11-71   Bucuresti       Czechoslovakia  2-1     European Champ. Qual.
 18  24-11-71   Bucuresti       Wales           2-0     European Champ. Qual.
 19   8- 4-72   Bucuresti       France          2-0                     
 20  29- 4-72   Budapest        Hungary         1-1     European Champ. Qual.
 21  14- 5-72   Bucuresti       Hungary         2-2     European Champ. Qual.
 22  17- 5-72   Beograd         Hungary         1-2     European Champ. Qual.
 23   3- 9-72   Craiova         Austria         1-1                     
 24  20- 9-72   Helsinki        Finland         1-1     World Cup Qualifier
 25  18- 4-73   Kiev            Soviet Union    0-2                     
 26   6- 5-73   TiranŽ          Albania         4-1     World Cup Qualifier
 27  27- 5-73   Bucuresti       East Germany    1-0     World Cup Qualifier
 28  26- 9-73   Leipzig         East Germany    0-2     World Cup Qualifier
 29  14-10-73   Bucuresti       Finland         9-0     World Cup Qualifier
 30  23- 3-74   Paris           France          0-1                     
 31  29- 5-74   Bucuresti       Greece          3-1     Balkan Cup
 32   5- 6-74   Rotterdam       Netherlands     0-0                     
 33  23- 7-74   Constanta       Japan           4-1                     
 34  25- 9-74   Sofia           Bulgaria        0-0                     
 35  13-10-74   KÝbenhavn       Denmark         0-0     European Champ. Qual.
 36   4-12-74   Tel-Aviv        Israel          1-0                     
 37  19- 3-75   Istanbul        Turkey          1-1                     
 38  31- 3-75   Praha           Czechoslovakia  1-1                     
 39  17- 4-75   Madrid          Spain           1-1     European Champ. Qual.
 40  11- 5-75   Bucuresti       Denmark         6-1     European Champ. Qual.
 41   1- 6-75   Bucuresti       Scotland        1-1     European Champ. Qual.
  -   4- 6-75   Bucuresti       Denmark         4-0     Olympic Games Qual.
 42  12-10-75   Bucuresti       Turkey          2-2                     
 43  16-11-75   Bucuresti       Spain           2-2     European Champ. Qual.
 44  29-11-75   Bucuresti       Soviet Union    2-2                     
 45  17-12-75   Glasgow         Scotland        1-1     European Champ. Qual.
  -  24- 3-76   Bucuresti       France Olympic  1-0     Olympic Games Qual.
  -   6- 4-76   Roosendaal      Netherlands Ol. 3-0     Olympic Games Qual.
  -  14- 4-76   Bucuresti       Netherlands Ol. 5-1     Olympic Games Qual.
 46   2- 7-76   Tehran          Iran            2-2                     
 47  22- 9-76   Bucuresti       Czechoslovakia  1-1                     
 48   6-10-76   Praha           Czechoslovakia  2-3                     
 49  28-11-76   Bucuresti       Bulgaria        3-2     Balkan Cup
 50  22- 3-78   Istanbul        Turkey          1-1     Balkan Cup
 51   5- 4-78   Buenos Aires    Argentina       0-2                     
 52   3- 5-78   Bucuresti       Bulgaria        2-0     Balkan Cup
 53  14- 5-78   Bucuresti       Soviet Union    0-1                     
 54  31- 5-78   Sofia           Bulgaria        1-1     Balkan Cup
 55  11-10-78   Bucuresti       Poland          1-0                     
 56  25-10-78   Bucuresti       Yugoslavia      3-2     European Champ. Qual.


Total Record  

Matches  Won Draw Lost  For Against  Points  Percentage
    56    19   24   13   84-  58      62      55.36


Types of Matches
Friendlies             24
World Cup Qualifiers    9 
World Cup               1  
European Champ. Qual.  17
Balkan Cup              5

Total                  56

NB: note that 5 Olympic Qualifying matches have been removed from the list
    after a FIFA decision in 1999


Goals conceded: 58 (1.04 per match)


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