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Romania, Post-Golden Generation
This will be a look at a team who has improved from their recent qualification attempts but have to deal with the thought of a golden generation which was never possible to recreate. I think it has effected them, they have stressed the need for an inform striker (which they found) but I question why it was made to be such a search, despite the goal drought they were still doing well in qualifying. I believe it is an unseen and remaining expectation to attack as the old side once did but cannot be repeated and it’s an unreasonable request for the most part. But many requests that we make of ourselves are unreasonable, I suppose that is how you improve but at the same time the sting you use to push you forward could end up doing as much harm as good. (first year philosophy motherfucker).
Then the side of the 1990’s done what many Romanian sides of the past had threatened to do, become great. The side was Romania’s golden generation which ended up making themselves heard in the international game with talent that was not only world class but legendary. This would refer to such talents as Hagi, the playmaker and general of the team who was world class at both domestic and international level. The team can also be defined by the players who brought it for the national team but didn’t reach the same height for their clubs. This being the Raducioiu (scoring 21 goals in 40 games for Romania) and Dumitrescu (20 goals in 60 games for Romania). This team not only qualified for three world cups in a row (1990-1998) and a two Euros (1996-2000), they were able to reach a quarter finals in each and round of 16 in three. This was led by Iordanescu, the current Romania manager, who took the team to new heights after his predecessor was unable to qualify for euro 1992. This team went on to set a standard for all the coming Romanian generations who were to play in the same shirt. Iordanescu was fired in 2004, after returning in 2002, the majority of that generation had gone, competition attendance in the past 15 years has been sporadic at best.
This current team is too old or doesn’t have the prospects of the golden generation, this is a sad truth, which is who they will most likely be compared to. The same way that you can skim over the 1970’s Romania team to look at the golden generation, this team may be forgotten due to their successful predecessor. This current team should be praised for their defensive strength during the qualifiers, as they conceded fewer than any other nation (2 goals). However, this was in an ‘easy’ group where they still came second due to a myriad of disappointing attacking performances against lesser team. Unless there is a major upset, I can’t see them making it farther than the knockouts and even then it will be an uphill battle. There is talent in the team and this was shown in the quals, where a solid defence was led by the impressive Chiriches, who will captain Romania for years to come. That doesn’t really matter to the history books or the football nerds who end up doing history reviews on teams that they don’t even support.
LineupPredicted First team
A team with many players from less prestigious leagues but having a traditional preference to players who are contracted to local clubs. Out of character with most nations in the Euros and the current ideas on the position, the Romanian Full backs remain defenders first, attackers second. Along with this they have strong defensive midfielders who can play out from the back when needed. The defensive midfield spot is probably Romania’s weakest in terms of quality and prestige but contribute well to the team. Playing with two wide midfielders whose primary job is to cross the ball in means that they will constantly be pushing the flanks and the opposition full backs. This then allows room two midfielders (the #10 and the parallel winger) to push the defenders while the solo striker tries to occupy the defenders with the potential cross. This is why many of their goals can originate from crosses but are not necessarily from the crosses themselves.
The team attack would preferably look something like this
Players to watchVlad Chiriches (CB) – 40 caps – Aged 26
15 appearances in 2015/16 – Averaging 7.13
A familiar name to Spurs fans who will remember the reckless CB who made uninspired decisions, will be surprised with him now. Not an established member of the Napoli team (playing backup in Serie A and in the Europa league) but has still put in good performances while on the pitch. Especially for Romania, where he has become captain material and formed a strong partnership with Drogas Grigore. A constant in the Romania team, having played every qualifier, and being one of the few in the side playing at the top level, have made him a more confident player. The once uninspired decisions have developed into pieces of defensive mastery and now allow him to display his complete skill set to a more impressive degree. A good one to watch if precise slide tackles and adventurous defensive play is your preference (even if it isn’t mine).
Florin Andone (ST) – 6 caps – Aged 23
37 appearances in 2015/16 – Scoring 21 goals
Being the second top scorer in liga Adelante has earned Andone his place in the 23 man squad. Having only 6 caps and 1 international goal will lead some question his inclusion but his change in form could be compared to Harry Kane (but on a lower playing level). He is now seen as a player living up to potential and is seeing trust placed on him by Iordanescu who has been in need of a consistent spearhead to the attack. If he is the final piece to the puzzle that is the Romanian attack then he will grab the attention of those mid table clubs in Europe who are in need of a striker. He could also be just another player being tested in an attacking system which is inadequate in challenging the modern international counter attacking unit. For Romania fans they will hope that the first is true as if he is the right man for the job then the midfield could have a field day feeding him the ball.
Lucian Sanmartean (CM) – 20 caps – Aged 36
24 appearances in 2015/16 – Scored 7 goals
Put on the bottom of the list as he is not necessarily a starter for the team, but the reason that he is not a starter is the reason he is on the list. His dribbling ability and direct nature are a treat to watch, as are his many youtube highlight reels, but can be considered a liability in a defensive capacity. As he is now 36, his playtime may be limited but it will be that time when he will attempt to showcase his skill to Europe. Never having made a limited impact on a domestic level this will be his chance to put his name on peoples lips. He will try to nutmeg the opposition, he will be cheeky and, most importantly, at least one British commentator will say ‘That is a disrespectful way of playing’. I wouldn’t have it any other way.
Honorary mention for Nicolae Stanciu (not to be confused with teammate, Bogdan Stancu), had a brilliant season at Steaua Bucuresti and will look to make a mark on this Romania team.
FixturesPast results vs. France W3D2L7
20:00 Friday 10th June
11/1 to win
Past results vs. Switzerland W5D2L5
17:00 Wednesday 15th June
5/2 to win
Past results vs. Albania W10D3L2
20:00 Sunday 19th June
21/20 to win
AnalysisThe Sword vs. the Trident
Due to conceding only 2 goals in qualifying the defence is an interesting part of the team to examine. With a player who took the step down from ligue 1 to the Qatari League, Grigore, and a Spurs reject, Chiriches, the defensive superiority of the team may come as a surprise. One explanation was simply the weak teams they were matched up against who saw Romania as a team to defend against (also used to explain the attacking failures). The solidity of the defence was tested by the Spainish Juggernaut in the previous set of Friendlies (game ended 0-0 ). The Romania team has found clean sheets hard to come by more recently as they lost 4-3 against Ukraine, conceding more in that one game then they had in the whole of qualifying. Why was the Ukraine team able to challenge a defence that had held firm against the current European Champions?
The Romanian defence is built on 6 players (Back 4 and the 2 defensive midfielders) zonal marking the area that they are designated. This works well against teams who counter due to the fact that you are rarely outnumbered and the fact that pressure can be put on teams as soon as they cross the middle of the pitch. That doesn’t explain their proficiency against the Spanish, who work off a possession-based system. The Spanish team rarely challenged unless they were able to put together the intricate passing which players like David Silva mastermind. These moves really only happen on the highlight reels and don’t come around every few minutes like many would suggest. This worked against the Romania team because it increased the number of attacking threats which the CBs were instructed to deal with. The zonal system was abused by having multiple people in one zone (which is key to the short passing of players like Iniesta). This can also be seen in a Ukraine team but in a different way. The Ukraine team has numerous threats but not from a distribution stand point but from finishing ability and attacking runners. When faced with 4 potential scorers the Romanian defence crumbles. This was never on offer when playing teams like Northern Ireland, Finland and Hungary. Spain showed signs of it but didn’t have the potential scorers to really punish the Romanians.
They also struggle against teams who press in the attacking areas, the defensive midfielders lack the quality at times to prevent giving away the ball due to unexpected pressure from a striker or winger. It leads to an exposed defence and counter attacks which the Romanian team would usually outnumber but in these cases end up frantically backtracking. They are sometimes saved by the captain, Chiriches who puts in some brilliant tackles and can turn the game from Romania being boxed in, to Romania on a worthwhile attack. The same can be said of Rat (6.82 in 10 games), one of the few players in the team still playing the top levels of European football, and Tatarusanu (6.53 in 39 games), who puts in good performances which allows for the defence to rely on a solid goalie.
When facing France this vulnerability to multiple attacking threats will most likely be exposed on the first game of the tournament. I think they could pull something out against Switzerland though, as the Swiss team relies on a big striker who can be snuffed out of the game by the well regimented Chiriches and Grigore. They should win their final game against Albania but they could be surprised by an Albanian team that has been overlooked, so far, by the media. A third place finish is realistic if the defence can come back from the France game but second place in the group isn’t impossible.
Comparision of the defensive options. (some stats from 2014/15)
Is Andone the answer?
The Romanian team will look to stretch a defence and make opportunities for the midfield runners through dangerous crossing. Andone, the new inclusion in the Romania team, will be the receiver of many crosses from the wingers, Torje (6.95 in 25 games) and Stancu (6.93 in 29 games), but more importantly he will play on the CB’s shoulder. If he is able to do so effectively he will most likely not get the credit as the midfielders will reap the rewards of this attacking work. One of the midfielders looking to take advantage of such opportunities will be Nicolea Stanciu who will play the role of secondary striker and attempt to beat the likes of Berisha, Lloris and Sommer (all accomplished top European goalkeepers). Along with the crossing option, the team also performs a 4 man rush at times, looking to catch out a defence. It looks like a sound plan to execute against the competition but there are issues with it.
While Andone will attempt to keep the two CBs busy he will also cut himself out of the game, becoming as pointless as the previous players who took his position for this team. The qualifying campaign was littered with striking options not functioning in the system and subsequently leaving the work to the midfielders who didn’t have the same attacking game sense as any decent striker. For those who have watched Chelsea before Mourinho started his second term will remember a similar issue as post-Mourinho Chelsea had (2007-13). In a quest for attacking football they played a wide 4231, in this formation they played a talented 3 players behind the striker and often they became the main attacking threat. This led to a quality midfield but often meant that the striker that they would play was limited to the odd goal due to loneliness in the furthermost position on the pitch. This still led to success for Chelsea as they were able to invest in a quality midfield but the Romanian team have a decent midfield but no world class quality which can make up for the stifling of the main attacking threat. Of course the answer for Chelsea became Drogba and more recently Costa. Both players are pragmatic but don’t lack quality even if they run into scoring drought, this is what Andone will need to do for Romania if he wants to succeed (a pragmatic or even ‘dirty’ playstyle).
Comparison of the attacking midfield options (some stats from 2014/15).
Defence through the attack
One of the things that will prove important to the Romanian team is that they don’t give into the urge to counter attack against France. They will need to use break outs as a chance to allow the defence to decompress after a barrage of French attacks have left the backline shattered. What will be needed is a period where they stretch the French as described before and then wait to see if the right crossing opportunity makes itself available, allow the midfielders to catch up with the play but also keep some players committed to the defence. It might not match the current ‘meta’ of the footballing world and will not be what most teams will look to do but the defence needs to be seen as the core of the this Romania team. Keeping the ball for periods of the game is the best way for them to keep the French at bay.
Haunted by the past
I wonder if Iordanescu is effected by the Romania team that he took to glory and the way he treated the team in those days. I say this as he plays an attacking system which doesn’t work but keeps it their anyway, he doesn’t seem to value the defence as much as the ability to entertain and attack. This might be a stretch but he does seem to hold onto tactics when they clearly fail and has had plently of time to adjust but forces what he sees as better. In 2004, he was fired for not getting into the Euros, in 2006 he retired. In 2014 he jumps back into management. It isn’t unimaginable that he is doing what many international managers have done, using the old system which succeeded once but is now more of an artefact than a useful tool. As I said it’s a stretch and I can’t really put doubts on his success in qualifying for the tournament but it’s worth considering.
ManagerAnghel Iordanescu has one of the most interesting stories leading up to this Euro’s. Having played 57 times (1971-81) for Romania and he then went on to have some managerial success with Steaua Bucuresti (4 titles). Appointed Romania manager on three occasions (1993, 2002 and 2014), his final appointment came after 8 years of retirement, making this campaign even more impressive. His overall record for Romania has been 55 wins, 22 draws and 20 losses which any international manager of a country of Romania’s size would be happy with. His current terms record is 6 wins, 7 draws and 1 loss. In his 8 years of retirement he kept himself busy by entering the political arena becoming a Romanian Senator. He is also an official Major General in the Romanian Army, presumable because of his service to his country. His career will leave him as, probably, the best Romanian manager ever and his return most likely ensured his place in the hearts of the Romania fans. An interesting side note is Iordanescu’s experience in the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia, where he managed sides (Al Ain and Al-Ittihad) which might explain the trust in two countrymen playing in the region (Dragos Grigore and Lucian Sanmartean).
It’s those golden generations which shape the way that we play. The current Romanian team wouldn’t have so many technical midfielders if they didn’t watch Hagi when they were kids and tried to play like they did. It happens to every nation, we look at players from the past (George Best) and attempt to do the crazy things which they achieved before we were even able to kick a football.
Went off topic but Romania have a chance to get out of this group and then hopefully put a good performance in against the knockout round team. My statement about this team being forgotten might look very naive as Romanian kids for years to come might try tackling like Vlad Chiriches if this team can find Euro success.
Any Romanian fans who want to correct me are welcome to and share their opinions on the team.
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