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Pulhac finally moves to Primera Division!

August 3, 2010 Leave a comment

Very close to a deal with Hercules Alicante a few weeks ago, Dinamo’s first choice at left back for years ended up on Getafe’s shortlist as well, which determined the newly promoted club in Primera Division to renew its interest and close the deal. One that sees Cristian Pulhac move on loan for one season to Hercules, in exchange of 400.000 Euros, with the Spaniards able to complete the transfer next summer and exted the player’s contract for three more seasons. The attacking full back was on Esteban Vigo’s wishlist, the same coach that had asked the club to get him another Dinamo player, Danciulescu, and had no problem releasing the striker without explanation or warning, after one good season. So, Pulhac shouldn’t get too comfortable in Spain, but the taste of real football could give him an idea of what he’s been missing  while feeling so well underachieving in Romania, wasting his own time and talent.

Pulhac misses out, Sapunaru returns home

February 1, 2010 Leave a comment
  • Cristian Pulhac (25) moves to Spain, after Dinamo agreed terms with Real Valladolid, in a rather surprising deal, for the following reasons: the secret was extremely well guarded and nothing appeared in the press until now, Pulhac returned this season after a long lay-off and rarely played above average, and the Spanish club should pay 700.000 EUR, although the player had “transfer pass” for 500.000 EUR. I was right to doubt this one! In fact, Pulhac returned this evening to Dinamo’s training camp, as the Spaniards completed another deal in the meantime – the loan of Asier del Horno.
  • Cristian Sapunaru (25) agreed to return on loan to Rapid Bucharest, the club that had sold him to FC Porto, although he was also requested in Greece, by Iraklis Thesalloniki. Sapunaru was facing a long spell on the sidelines and will play for Rapid until the summer.
  • Mihai Onicas (20), one of the players Steaua tried to promote this season, will move to Politehnica Iasi until the summer. The U21 Romanian international had a promising start of season, playing both in the league and in Europe, but faded away and should face a tougher competition for the anchorman position, after Ovidiu Petre’s return from injury.
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