Danut Lupu

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Danut Lupu playing for Panathinaikos

Danut Lupu is a Romanian former football attacking midfielder.

Lupu was born on February 27, 1967 in Galati, Romania. He was in the Romanian squad for the 1990 World Cup and immediately afterwards transferred to Panathinaikos. Despite his good footballing skills, he proved to be a liability with his difficult character. On February 16, 1991, he was arrested as the ring-leader of a criminal gang in Greece and was subsequently off-loaded by the greens first to Korinthos FC then to OFI. In 1994, Lupu left Greece.

Career statistics

  • 1986 Dunarea Galati 0 games 0 goals
  • 1987 Dunarea Galati 0 games 0 goals
  • 1987 Dinamo Bucureşti 16 games 1 goal
  • 1988 Dinamo Bucureşti 25 games 6 goals
  • 1989 Dinamo Bucureşti 27 games 4 goals
  • 1990 Dinamo Bucureşti 22 games 6 goals
  • 1991 Panathinaikos 10 games 1 goal
  • 1992 PAS Korinthos 27 games 1 goal
  • 1993 PAS Korinthos 20 games 2 goals
  • 1994 OFI Crete 9 games 1 goal
  • 1994 Rapid Bucureşti 2 games 0 goals
  • 1995 Brescia Calcio 15 games 1 goal
  • 1995 Rapid Bucureşti 13 games 6 goals
  • 1996 Dinamo Bucureşti 29 games 3 goals
  • 1997 Dinamo Bucureşti 13 games 4 goals
  • 1998 Rapid Bucureşti 22 games 5 goals
  • 1999 Rapid Bucureşti 28 games 5 goals
  • 2000 Rapid Bucureşti 27 games 3 goals
  • 2001 Dinamo Bucureşti 4 games 2 goals
  • 2001 Laminorul 1 game 0 goals
  • 2001 Tzafririm Holon Israel 1 game 0 goals

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