1960 Olympic qualifiers

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March 31st, 2018, 10:27 am #101

Thank you Kaizeler,
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March 31st, 2018, 10:45 am #102

RBJUAN69 wrote:Do you know the name of the Calcutta stadium?
14-04-1960, Calcutta, ?, 16000
India - Indonesia 4-2
It was not explicitly mentioned in the reports I have available (Times of India, Indian Express), but I will take a look in another newspaper.

I should start charging for this helpdesk service :-)
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March 31st, 2018, 11:03 am #103

RBJUAN69 wrote:Do you know the Mexico line up in this match?
Name of stadium ?
Referee country ?

08-10-1959, Ciudad de Méjico
Mexico - United States 2-0 
Jorge Diez 14', Agustín Moreno 89'
Mexico:
Coach: Ignacio Trelles Campos.
United States: Victor Ottobini; Elwood Cook, Alex Ely, Rolf Ganger, Gene Grabowski, Ruben Mendoza, Jacob Ruscheinski, Zenon Snylyk, Joe Speca, Herman Wecke, Al Zerhusen.
Coach: Jim Reed.
Referee: Alvaro Masis Guerrero ().
Estadio de la Ciudad Universitaria, 30000
Goals: Diez 16', Moreno ~90'
Mexico: Mota; Mercado, Cuéllar, Carranza; Valle, Meza; Contreras, Velarde, Moreno, Diez, Sánchez.  Coach: Álvarez
USA (lineup/spellings according to "Excelsior"): Ottobani; Wecke, Kusenski, Speca; Smilick, Ely; Grabowsky, Ganger, Zerhausen, Mendoza, Cook.  Coach: Jimmy Reed.
Ref: Álvar Macís Guerrero (Costa Rica) - as Kaizeler wrote already...
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March 31st, 2018, 1:17 pm #104

You can review these match:

stadium ?
attendance ?
referee ?

22-11-1959, Los Angeles
United States - Mexico 1-1
William Looby 8'; Fernando Meza 85'
United States: Victor Ottobini; Alex Ely, Rolf Ganger, Alex Guild, William Looby, Eddie Murphy, Jacob Ruscheinski, Zenon Snylyk, Joe Speca, Herman Wecke, Al Zerhusen. 
Coach: Jimmy Reed.
Mexico: Antonio Mota; Sigfrido Mercado, Ruiz, Valle, Cuéllar, Fernando Meza, Javier Contreras, Sordo, Agustín Moreno, Isidoro Díaz Mejias, Damian Álvarez.
Coach: Ignacio Trelles Campos.
Referee:

16-12-1959, Lima, Estadio Nacional José Díaz
Peru - Uruguay 6-0
Sconosciuti (3), Gerardo Altuna 46', Alberto Ramírez 70', 86'
Peru:
Coach:
Uruguay:
Coach:
Referee:
 
22-12-1959, Montevideo
Uruguay - Peru 2-3
?
Uruguay:
Coach:
Peru:
Coach:
Referee:
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March 31st, 2018, 2:03 pm #105

RBJUAN69 wrote: You can review these match:

22-11-1959, Los Angeles
United States - Mexico 1-1

16-12-1959, Lima, Estadio Nacional José Díaz
Peru - Uruguay 6-0

22-12-1959, Montevideo
Uruguay - Peru 2-3
I might look for the Peru-Uruguay details.

But I don't understand why you ask me to review a match (USA-Mexico) when all the info is freely online (La Opinión). Referee, stadium, attendance all there, read the linked article.  In fact, the attendance and stadium are in the headline!
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March 31st, 2018, 3:04 pm #106

nfm24 wrote:
RBJUAN69 wrote: You can review these match:

22-11-1959, Los Angeles
United States - Mexico 1-1

16-12-1959, Lima, Estadio Nacional José Díaz
Peru - Uruguay 6-0

22-12-1959, Montevideo
Uruguay - Peru 2-3
I might look for the Peru-Uruguay details.

But I don't understand why you ask me to review a match (USA-Mexico) when all the info is freely online (La Opinión). Referee, stadium, attendance all there, read the linked article.  In fact, the attendance and stadium are in the headline!
It's true, I just saw it now,
Sorry

When you can, look for Peru-Uruguay details, please.

22-11-1959, Los Angeles, Rancho Ciénaga, 10000
United States - Mexico 1-1
William Looby 8'; Fernando Meza 85'
United States: Victor Ottobini; Herman Wecke, Jacob Ruscheinski, Joe Speca; Alex Ely, John Traina; Rolf Ganger, Zenon Snylyk, Eddie Murphy, William Looby, Al Zerhusen. 
Coach: Jimmy Reed.
Mexico: Antonio Mota; José Mercado, Cuéllar, Carranza; Valle, Ortiz; Damian Álvarez, Agustín Moreno, Jorge Díez, Fernando Meza, Sánchez.
Coach: ? Álvarez.
Referee: Ralph Morgan (Canada).
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April 1st, 2018, 12:12 pm #107

I don't have a Peru newspaper for Dec 1959, but I will try an Uruguayan paper.
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April 1st, 2018, 12:33 pm #108

Thank you Neil for trying to find it
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April 1st, 2018, 2:50 pm #109

Sensini wrote: Corrections and additions:
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I forgot:

14-10-59 Netherlands v Ireland referee: Adolphe Blitgen (Luxembourg)

2- 4-60 Netherlands v Great Britain referee: Marcel Lequesne (France)
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April 2nd, 2018, 7:21 am #110

I'll try the Irish Times next week, maybe I'll find some of the Irish players' full names.
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April 4th, 2018, 6:33 pm #111

Info from "Irish Times":

14-10-59 Netherlands 0-0 ROI
 ROI: Bobby Brohan [Cork Celtic]; Tony Dunne [Shelbourne], John Murphy [Dundalk]; Joe Clarke [St Patrick's Athletic], Willie Browne [UCD] [c], Noel Griffin [Waterford]; Frank McCarthy [Cork Celtic], Mick 'Sonny' Rice [Shamrock Rovers], Brian Murray [Drumcondra], Séamus Coad [Waterford], Tony Byrne [Drumcondra].

21-11-59 UK 3-2 ROI
 ROI: Bobby Brohan; Tony Dunne, John Murphy; Joe Clarke, Willie Browne [c], Noel Griffin; Mick Ahearne [Cork Hibernians], Mick 'Sonny' Rice, Tommy Carroll [Shelbourne], Séamus Coad, Brian Murray.

13- 3-60 ROI 1-3 UK
 Goals: McGrath 57' / Coates 48', Brown 75', Harding 80'
 ROI: Bobby Brohan; Tony Dunne, John Murphy; Paddy Byrne [Drumcondra], Willie Browne, Noel Griffin; Mick 'Sonny' Rice, Alfie Hale [Waterford], Tommy Carroll, Séamus Coad, Mick McGrath [Drumcondra].

20- 4-60 ROI 6-3 Netherlands          
 Goals: McCarthy 6', McGrath 15' 43', Hale 20' 82', van Ierland 57' OG / Hainje 21', Bouwman 59', Slijkhuis 70'
 ROI: Bobby Brohan; Pat Courtney [Shamrock Rovers], John Murphy; Paddy Byrne, Willie Browne [c], Noel Griffin; Séamus Coad, Alfie Hale, Mick 'Sonny' Rice, Frank McCarthy, Mick McGrath.
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April 4th, 2018, 7:38 pm #112

nfm24 wrote:I might look for the Peru-Uruguay details.
16-Dec-59 Peru 6-0 Uruguay
 Lima, Estadio Nacional
 Goals: Pasache 2', Altuna 23' 46', Nieri 27', Ramírez 66' 86'
 Peru: R.León; Aldo Rodríguez, Mario Yaksetig; Moisés Barack, Héctor Ladrón de Guevara, Teodoro Luna; Luis Pasache, Nicolás Nieri, Gerardo Altuna, Alberto Ramírez, Luis Manguier.   Coach: György Orth (Hungary)
 Uruguay: Luis Gutiérrez; Luis Licio, Antonio Ananía; Mario Godoy Frotes, Juan Tejera, Nadir Almeida; José Laurenz, Nelson Rodríguez, Alfredo Sosa, Adolis Gallero, Miguel Moreno.  Coach: Juan Carlos Ranzone
 Ref: Erwin Hieger (Austria/Peru)

22-Dec-59 Peru 3-2 Uruguay
 Lima, Estadio Nacional
 Altuna 33' 44' pen, Ramírez 65' / Gallero 3', Mocchi 74' pen
 Peru: R.León; Aldo Rodríguez, Mario Yaksetig; Moisés Barack, Héctor Ladrón de Guevara, Teodoro Luna; Luis Pasache, Nicolás Nieri, Gerardo Altuna, Alberto Ramírez, Luis Manguier.
 Uruguay: Pedro González Acuña; Mario Pini, Washington Cabaña; Mario Godoy Frotes, Antonio Ananía, Abel Urquiza; Roberto Mocchi, José Rodríguez Suárez, Héctor Diano, Adolis Gallero, Miguel Moreno.
 Ref: Erwin Hieger (Austria/Peru)
 Sent off: Moreno ~44'

Note: both legs in Lima
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April 4th, 2018, 7:38 pm #113

Note: Moisés Barack was only 15 years old, if online birth-dates are to be believed...
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April 4th, 2018, 7:53 pm #114

nfm24 wrote:
RBJUAN69 wrote:Do you know the name of the Calcutta stadium?
14-04-1960, Calcutta, ?, 16000
India - Indonesia 4-2
It was not explicitly mentioned in the reports I have available (Times of India, Indian Express), but I will take a look in another newspaper.
Mohun Bagan-East Bengal ground
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April 4th, 2018, 9:45 pm #115

nfm24 wrote:
nfm24 wrote:I might look for the Peru-Uruguay details.
16-Dec-59 Peru 6-0 Uruguay
 Lima, Estadio Nacional
 Goals: Pasache 2', Altuna 23' 46', Nieri 27', Ramírez 66' 86'
 Peru: R.León; Aldo Rodríguez, Mario Yaksetig; Moisés Barack, Héctor Ladrón de Guevara, Teodoro Luna; Luis Pasache, Nicolás Nieri, Gerardo Altuna, Alberto Ramírez, Luis Manguier.   Coach: György Orth (Hungary)
 Uruguay: Luis Gutiérrez; Luis Licio, Antonio Ananía; Mario Godoy Frotes, Juan Tejera, Nadir Almeida; José Laurenz, Nelson Rodríguez, Alfredo Sosa, Adolis Gallero, Miguel Moreno.  Coach: Juan Carlos Ranzone
 Ref: Erwin Hieger (Austria/Peru)

22-Dec-59 Peru 3-2 Uruguay
 Lima, Estadio Nacional
 Altuna 33' 44' pen, Ramírez 65' / Gallero 3', Mocchi 74' pen
 Peru: R.León; Aldo Rodríguez, Mario Yaksetig; Moisés Barack, Héctor Ladrón de Guevara, Teodoro Luna; Luis Pasache, Nicolás Nieri, Gerardo Altuna, Alberto Ramírez, Luis Manguier.
 Uruguay: Pedro González Acuña; Mario Pini, Washington Cabaña; Mario Godoy Frotes, Antonio Ananía, Abel Urquiza; Roberto Mocchi, José Rodríguez Suárez, Héctor Diano, Adolis Gallero, Miguel Moreno.
 Ref: Erwin Hieger (Austria/Peru)
 Sent off: Moreno ~44'

Note: both legs in Lima
Thank you very much Neil,
1960 Olympic qualification is more complete.
Great research work.
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April 4th, 2018, 9:50 pm #116

nfm24 wrote:
nfm24 wrote:
RBJUAN69 wrote:Do you know the name of the Calcutta stadium?
14-04-1960, Calcutta, ?, 16000
India - Indonesia 4-2
It was not explicitly mentioned in the reports I have available (Times of India, Indian Express), but I will take a look in another newspaper.
Mohun Bagan-East Bengal ground
Thank you very much Neil
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April 5th, 2018, 9:21 am #117

Nice jobs from all of you!
Just the venues (stadia) of :
07.10.1959 Wien          Austria - Czechoslovakia Ol. 0-0
06.04.1960 Brno          Czechoslovakia - Hungary     1-2
30.04.1960 Usti            Czechoslovakia - Austria        2-1
are still missing.
Who knows?
Many thanks.
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April 5th, 2018, 12:57 pm #118

Giampaolo wrote: Nice jobs from all of you!
Just the venues (stadia) of :
07.10.1959 Wien          Austria - Czechoslovakia Ol. 0-0
06.04.1960 Brno          Czechoslovakia - Hungary     1-2
30.04.1960 Usti            Czechoslovakia - Austria        2-1
are still missing.
Who knows?
Many thanks.
7-10-59 Austria 0-0 Czechoslovakia
ARBEITER-ZEITUNG for 8.10.1959 (page 10):
Wiener Stadion

Open please:
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ernst-Happel-Stadion

Therefore I think: 
7-10-59 Austria 0-0 Czechoslovakia - Praterstadion

6- 4-60 Czechoslovakia 1-2 Hungary
RUDÉ PRÁVO for 7.04.1960:
Stadion Spartak Brno

HELP ME PLEASE.
30- 4-60 Czechoslovakia 2-1 Austria
Ústí nad Labem. 

What stadion in 1960 year:
Městský stadion or other stadion ?
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April 5th, 2018, 8:01 pm #119

I would think Mestsky, as it is quite old and the name is bland (like "Municipal").
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