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Full name  Cornel Buta
1996-1999  FC Brasov
Position  Defender
Years  Team
Height  1.78 m
Playing position  Right back
Role  Football player
Place of birth  Gagesti, Romania
Name  Cornel Buta

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Date of birth  (1977-11-01) 1 November 1977 (age 38)

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Cornel Buta (born 1 November 1977 in Găgești, Vaslui County) is a Romanian retired football player. He played for as a right back and occasionally as a libero.


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He started his professional career at FC Braşov, playing in the first two football leagues in Romania. After three and a half seasons he transferred to Dinamo Bucureşti as a replacement for Cosmin Contra, who moved to Deportivo Alavés earlier. He stayed only a few months, however, and at the beginning of the next season he moved to Rapid Bucureşti, where he still could not confirm. As a result, he returned to FC Braşov, where he played for another season and a half.

After further spells at Rapid, twice, and FC Naţional, Buta played in Ukraine, at FC Volyn Lutsk, before returning in Romania, at Pandurii Târgu-Jiu. After a full season played, his next club would be Politehnica Iaşi, moving there as a free agent.

In his career, he won 4 trophies: Divizia A in 2000 with Dinamo, the Romanian Cup in 2000 with Dinamo and in 2002 with Rapid, and the Romanian Supercup in 2002 with Rapid


FC Braşov
  • Romanian Second League: 1998–99
  • Dinamo Bucureşti
  • Romanian League Championship: 1999–00
  • Romanian Cup: 1999-00
  • Rapid Bucureşti
  • Romanian League Championship: 2002–03
  • Romanian Cup: 2001–02
  • Supercupa României: 2002, 2003
  • References

    Cornel Buta Wikipedia

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