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Romanian professional football club based in Ploiești, Prahova County, which plays in the Liga II. Wikipedia

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    • After Astra's first promotion to the Divizia A in the summer of 1998, its fans engaged in a grudge with their cross-town rivals Petrolul Ploiești.FC Astra Giurgiu-Wikipedia
    • However, there was an unexpected turn of events: top division clubs Astra Ploiești and Petrolul Ploiești merged, leaving a vacant place in the league table for Oțelul.ASC Oțelul Galați-Wikipedia
    • Other important Romanian football clubs are Rapid București, UTA Arad, Universitatea Craiova, Petrolul Ploiești, CFR Cluj, Astra Giurgiu, and Viitorul Constanța.Romania-Wikipedia
    • In the Romanian Cup, they reached the semi-finals, where they were eliminated by Petrolul, the winner of the competition.ASC Oțelul Galați-Wikipedia
    • Oțelul took advantage of this political trust and finished third in the 1982–83 season, eighth in 1983–84 and third in 1984–85 – after Petrolul Ploiești and local rival Dunărea Galați.ASC Oțelul Galați-Wikipedia
    • From 1992 to the summer of 2018, the team was known as Juventus București, a name which was also used by unrelated Petrolul Ploiești in the past.ASC Daco-Getica București-Wikipedia

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