Vasile Anghel was a Romanian footballer who played as a forward. Anghel scored one goal in a 4–0 victory against CSM Baia Mare in the 1959 Cupa Romaniei final, helping Dinamo win the first Cupa Romaniei trophy in the clubs history. He was also Dinamo Bucureștis president from 1980 until 1988, a period in which the club won three league titles, two cups and reached the European Cup semi-finals in the 1983–1984 edition.
Jack Moisescu was a Romanian football forward of Jewish origin. On 21 November 1948 he played in the first ever CSCA București - Dinamo București derby.
Mircea Stoenescu is a Romanian former football defender and a referee. As a referee he arbitrated matches in Romanias top-league Divizia A. He was also president at Dinamo București.
Mihai Flamaropol was a Romanian footballer, ice hockey player and coach and a writer. Flamaropol started playing football at Gloria București when he was 12 years old and at 17 he started to play ice hockey at Telefon Club București. He competed in both sports until he retired from football at age 35, but continued to play ice hockey until he was 40 years old. The Mihai Flamaropol Skating Rink from București is named in his honor.
Red Dog Pilbara, a dog who traveled Western Australia in the 1970s that became the basis for a novel and films Dhole, a canid species also called the red dog or Asiatic wild dog
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