Algeria FLN team

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Algeria FLN team

Fast Midfielder
Joined: 26 Dec 2008, 16:44

15 Jan 2014, 22:25 #1

nfm24 wrote:
I was thinking also of Asian Cup (e.g. Japan using U23 team), and the African Nations Cup (Algeria and a few others affected by CAF's amateur restrictions), but I am not objecting to this rule anyway.
Algeria reminds me on another case, the pre independence FLN-team. Should this team be seen as Algerian real NT? Somewhere I found they also played (East-) European teams as Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania and Yugoslavia. Would be great if someone can tell more about. Did they really beat Yugoslavia 6-1 in Belgrade (in 1961) or was it against a Yugoslav XI instead of Yugoslavia NT?
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nfm24
Joined: 07 Apr 2007, 16:28

16 Jan 2014, 00:12 #2

There are more details here
http://www.rsssf.com/tablesa/alg-fln-intres.html
Somewhere I have scans of a book about the team.
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HMIRAQ57
Joined: 03 Oct 2010, 21:07

16 Jan 2014, 02:05 #3

Fast Midfielder wrote:
nfm24 wrote:
I was thinking also of Asian Cup (e.g. Japan using U23 team), and the African Nations Cup (Algeria and a few others affected by CAF's amateur restrictions), but I am not objecting to this rule anyway.
Algeria reminds me on another case, the pre independence FLN-team. Should this team be seen as Algerian real NT? Somewhere I found they also played (East-) European teams as Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania and Yugoslavia. Would be great if someone can tell more about. Did they really beat Yugoslavia 6-1 in Belgrade (in 1961) or was it against a Yugoslav XI instead of Yugoslavia NT?
FIFA actually sent FAs a letter declaring that if any association fielded a national side against the FLN - they would be banned or suspended. So most of the sides the FLN played were teams that played under the name of their city, so the Yugoslav side most likely played under the name "Belgrade XI". It was the unofficial Algerian national side. I've tried to find a full list of matches with dates, but no luck so far. Rachid Mekhloufi was a legend, still remembered in Iraq to this day. Had a quick look at the FLN file on rsssf, needs a clean up.
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Fast Midfielder
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16 Jan 2014, 08:01 #4

nfm24 wrote:
There are more details herehttp://www.rsssf.com/tablesa/alg-fln-intres.html
Somewhere I have scans of a book about the team.
The details are a sub mentioned here http://www.rsssf.com/tablesa/alg-intres.html. Remarkable the deails show other results.
This site also show the player's names as well some other results. This site even show more (also very remarkable; most remarkable must be a 6-0 away win over USSR) results, but no dates.
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nfm24
Joined: 07 Apr 2007, 16:28

16 Jan 2014, 09:45 #5

It is not exactly a true national team in the conventional sense as it was from only (almost) France-based players, who voluntarily chose to participate - the team could not select from within Algeria itself.
Of course, the circumstances meant that it was the closest thing possible to a true national team at that time. Also, one has to remember that the team was not organized by the football association of Algeria, but rather the FLN. So the same considerations which we talked about during the discussion on war-time games can also apply here.

Anyway, later I'll post the results I have.
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Fast Midfielder
Joined: 26 Dec 2008, 16:44

16 Jan 2014, 10:11 #6

So as the FLN team could not select players from within Algeria itself actually it was a restrictive team. So it was not (really) an A-team. I agree with you this team was the closest thing possible to a real NT at that time. Neverteheless it is good to mention the FLN matches for the reference.
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nfm24
Joined: 07 Apr 2007, 16:28

16 Jan 2014, 12:11 #7

As usual, my policy would be to list their games and let any reader make up his own mind whether to consider them or not.
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nfm24
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16 Jan 2014, 17:40 #8

From "La Glorieuse Equipe du FLN"Authors: Rabah Saâdallah, Djamel Benfars
Palmarès intégral de l'équipe du Front de Libération Nationale de football (1958-1962)
Tunisie, Avril 1958FLN - Union sportive Tunisienne          8-0FLN - Selection tunisienne               7-1FLN - Selection tunisienne               8-0
Tournoi maghrébin, Mai 1958FLN - Tunisie                            6-1FLN - Maroc                              3-1
Libye, Juin 1958 4- 6-58 FLN - El-Ahly de Tripoli        3-0 6- 6-58 FLN - selection de Tripoli      7-010- 6-58 FLN - selection de Benghazi     8-2
Maroc, novembre-décembre 195814-11-58 FLN - Maghreb Athletic Sport-Fez 5-016-11-58 FLN - Mouloudia Club Oudja       2-018-11-58 FLN - selection Chaouia Casabla  4-221-11-58 FLN - selection du Gharb-Rabat   2-125-11-58 FLN - selection du Sud Marakech  5-028-11-58 FLN - selection du Nord Tanger   7-0
Tournée du Moyen-Orient: 19 janvier-17 mars 1959
Jordanie30- 1-59 FLN - Naplouse                   4-2 1- 2-59 FLN - Jérusalem                 11-0 4- 2-59 FLN - Irbid                     10-1 6- 2-59 FLN - Amman                      8-2
Irak14- 2-59 FLN - selection de Mossoul       5-119- 2-59 FLN - selection de Slimanya      8-121- 2-59 FLN - selection de Kirkouk       5-022- 2-59 FLN - selection Ahly de Baghdad 10-125- 2-59 FLN - selection militaire (Bagh) 3-027- 2-59 FLN - Bassorah                   3-2
Tunisie, Avril 1959FLN - selection tunisienne                4-0
Première tournée en Europe de l'Est: 24 Avril - 30 Juillet 1959
Libye26- 4-59 FLN - Nadi El-Ahly (Tripoli)     4-0
Bulgarie12- 5-59 FLN - Dimetrograde               1-015- 5-59 FLN - Plovdiv                    0-119- 5-59 FLN - Varna                      1-121- 5-59 FLN - Sofia                      3-4
Roumanie26- 5-59 FLN - Staline                    2-528- 5-59 FLN - Rapid de Bucarest          1-0 1- 6-59 FLN - Pétrole de Bucarest        2-2
Hongrie 3- 6-59 FLN - Totabania                  5-5 6- 6-59 FLN - Juniors de Budapest        5-310- 6-59 FLN - Mitchkols                  6-3
Pologne15- 6-59 FLN - Houtch                     4-5
URSS25- 6-59 FLN - Leningrad                  2-228- 6-59 FLN - Rostof                     1-2 3- 7-59 FLN - Lebouroudjia               5-2 5- 7-59 FLN - Odessa                     4-3 8- 7-59 FLN - Karkhov                    2-013- 7-59 FLN - Jeunesse vietnamienne      5-0
Tchécoslovaquie17- 7-59 FLN - Kosice                     2-119- 7-59 FLN - Kachmarouk                 6-022- 7-59 FLN - Hodnine                    6-324- 7-59 FLN - Ihlava                     4-1
Tournée en Extreme-Orient: 9 octobre-28 décembre 1959
Libye11-10-59 FLN - Tripoli                    4-2
Chine18-10-59 FLN - selection de Province (Pékin) 4-021-10-59 FLN - selection de Pékin         2-421-10-59 FLN - selection de Tsen-Tsen     1-5    [date error as in book]31-10-59 FLN - selection de Shangai       2-0 4-11-59 FLN - selection de Canton        3-3
Vietnam du Nord 8-11-59 FLN - selection militaire (Hanoi) 5-112-11-59 FLN - selection de Haiphong      7-115-11-59 FLN - selection de Hon Gay       4-019-11-59 FLN - selection de Nam-Dinh      7-022-11-59 FLN - Equipe nationale Vietnam   5-0
Chine29-11-59 FLN - selection de Pékin         1-0
Libya: Début 1960FLN - selection libyenne                  7-0
Libye20- 5-60 FLN - Tripoli                    1-122- 5-60 FLN - Tripoli                    5-027- 5-60 FLN - Benghazi                   2-029- 5-60 FLN - Benghazi                   5-2
Deuxième tournée en Europe de l'Est : mars-mai 1961
Yougoslavie12- 3-61 FLN - Rijeka                     4-115- 3-61 FLN - Zaghreb                    0-319- 3-61 FLN - Naribor                    1-122- 3-61 FLN - Tuzla                      9-029- 3-61 FLN - Yougoslavie Olympique (Bel.) 6-1
BulgarieFLN - Strazogla                           1-1FLN - Sofia                               1-3FLN - Tergovitch                          7-0FLN - Ternov                              3-1FLN - Ruse                                3-4
RoumanieFLN - Galatsi                             3-3FLN - Baccav                              2-2FLN - Oradea                              4-4FLN - Bucarest                            5-2
HongrieFLN - Oroskozi                            6-2FLN - Budapest                            2-2FLN - Gyor                                2-3
TchécoslovaquieFLN - Pilsen                              2-3FLN - Prague                              4-1FLN - Zilima                              2-3FLN - Banska-Britika                      3-1
Libye: Décembre 1961FLN - Tripoli                             2 matchesFLN - Mesrata                             1 matchFLN - Benghazi                            2 matchesFLN - Derna                               1 matchI have typed as in the book.  I have not verified all the dates, scores, and opponents (that's the next job, any volunteers? )As you may count yourself, 91 matches in total.
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nfm24
Joined: 07 Apr 2007, 16:28

16 Jan 2014, 18:19 #9

Incidentally the book was published in 1985. Strange that none of the wikipedia articles cite it.
The results on French wikipedia for example are rather different from the above.

http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_des_ ... adversaire

What we can say at least, is that the list I've posted above is free of "internet errors"...
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HMIRAQ57
Joined: 03 Oct 2010, 21:07

16 Jan 2014, 19:12 #10

Great start,
15/04/1958 Tunisia Tunis 8-0
01/04/1958 Tunisia Tunis 7-1Date of match with Union sportive Tunisienne is missing
11/05/1958 Tunisia Casablanca 5-1
10/05/1958 Morocco Casablanca 3-1Other results (not sure of) 03/05/1958 Tunisia Tunis 4-1 01/05/1958 Tunisia Tunis 6-1
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HMIRAQ57
Joined: 03 Oct 2010, 21:07

16 Jan 2014, 19:28 #11

 
Another date01/05/1960 Libya          Benghazi      7-0
Interesting readinghttp://books.google.co.uk/books?id=DN21 ... ne&f=false
Union sportive Tunisienne was the first game for the FLN
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nfm24
Joined: 07 Apr 2007, 16:28

16 Jan 2014, 20:38 #12

What are the sources? I wonder that book might have just taken the info from your RSSSF file.

Because there is so much disagreement between different lists for the FLN team, we should use only contemporary newspapers to confirm the matches I think.
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HMIRAQ57
Joined: 03 Oct 2010, 21:07

16 Jan 2014, 21:58 #13

Maybe but I doubt it.
I don't remember where I managed to find the results as I put together the FLN equipe file so long ago, I may have some notes somewhere. The team was formed on April 13 1958 (when the players left France) - however the date of one game is April 1.
Some sources mention the Morocco-FLN score in 1958 as 2-1 to the FLN, and 5-1 and 6-1 with Tunisia. (dates mentioned 9th and 11th May 1958 for the tournament)
I remember there were some differences in the how many matches, most stated 91 games however some noted the number in the 110+ mark.
Also there was another Algerian side representing the ALN also - they toured Iraq and played two matches in Kirkuk and Baghdad.
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TovKirov
Joined: 20 Mar 2012, 09:37

17 Jan 2014, 19:31 #14

I've found one game in the USSR:

23-06-1959. Leningrad. Admiralteyets Leningrad - Algeria FLN 2-2 (Source: Н. Я. Киселёв, «70 футбольных лет», 1970)
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nfm24
Joined: 07 Apr 2007, 16:28

18 Jan 2014, 00:37 #15

A few newspaper confirmations:From Berliner Zeitung, Neues Deutschland, Rude Pravo
17- 7-59 Kosice      "a local selection"     1-2 FLN22- 7-59 Hodonín     Hodonín                 3-6 FLN
  -10-59             Shenyang                0-4 FLN  -10-59 Beijing     Beijing city selection  4-2 FLN  (reported in 23-10-59 edition)  -11-59             Guangdong province      3-3 FLN  (reported in 7-11-59 edition) 8-11-59 Ha Noi      Vietnam army selection  1-5 FLN
11- 5-61 Plzeň       Spartak Plzeň           3-2 FLN13- 5-61 Praha       Praha city selection    1-4 FLN17- 5-61 Žilina      Dynamo Žilina           3-2 FLNOther suggestions : 
maybe Al-Ahram (Cairo) for North African matches?Przeglad Sportowy for Poland, MTI for Hungary,Perhaps Hong Kong newspapers for Chinese gamesIsraeli or Turkish papers might mention games in Jordan
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TovKirov
Joined: 20 Mar 2012, 09:37

18 Jan 2014, 08:23 #16

Another one in the USSR:

5-07-1959. Chernomorets Odessa - Algeria FLN 4-3 (1-3).
Odessa. Central Stadium of the Black Sea State Shipping Company. 30,000.
Referee: Aleksandr Tsapovetski (Kiev). Linesmen: Mikhail Shliapin (Odessa), Mikhail Koniakhin (Odessa).
Scorers: Vladimir Kulagin 13', 77', Konstantin Furs 63', ?' – Abdelhamid Kermali 10', Rachid Mekhloufi 16', Abderrahmane Soukhane ?'.
Chernomorets: Georgi Gorodenko, Yuri Zabolotny, Vladimir Shchegolkov (Vladimir Yeliseyev), Nikolai Goliakov, Mikhail Kolosov, Vladimir Kulagin [c], V. Vasiliuk, Aleksandr Denisov (Robert Gnatchenko), Vladimir Deriabin, Konstantin Furs, Aleksandr Belokon (Viktor Solovyov).
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TovKirov
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18 Jan 2014, 08:46 #17

Another one in the USSR:

28-06-1959. Rostselmash Rostov on Don - Algeria FLN 2-1 (1-1).
Rostov on Don. Rostselmash Stadium.
Referee: Viktor Samolazov (Rostov on Don).
Rostselmash scorers: Gennadi Matveyev 31', 85'.
Rostselmash: Andrian Zhila, Valentin Khakhonov, Vladimir Makliuk, Ivan Smirnov, Aleksei Grigorov, Aleksandr Kazakov, Yevgeni Deriomov (Gennadi Marfin), Gennadi Matveyev, Vladimir Dolbaya, Nikolai Kireyev, Eduard Yakovenko.
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TovKirov
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18 Jan 2014, 10:29 #18

31-10-1959. Shanghai - Algeria FLN 0-2 (0-0).
Shanghai. Hongkou Football Stadium.
Scorers: Rachid Mekhloufi 麦克罗菲 58', 62' (as I understood from the Chinese report).
Shanghai: Sū Míngrén 苏明仁, Lǐ Guìfú 李桂福, Chén Tiānsòng 陈天送, Zhèng Guìzhī 郑桂芝, Fèi Yòuhuá 费幼华, Xú Cáibǎo 徐财宝, Zhū Zhènfāng 朱振芳, Chén Zhìhuá 陈志华, Jiāng Jūngēn 姜均根, Chén Jiāgēn 陈家根, Mǎ Jīnshēng 马津生 (Zhào Guānghuá 赵光华).

这场比赛上半时上海队根据客队前锋中路切入的特点,运用密集防守使客队攻势几次图劳而返,10分钟时右内锋陈志华越过对方左前卫,在30米外拉射,被客队门将奋勇救出;35分钟时上海队发动第6次进攻,李桂福截球一脚远送中央,陈志华得球直入,再传递给陈家根,陈拉门竟中柱弹出;下半时开赛后13分钟,客队“灵魂”,8号右内锋麦克罗菲单身切入主队球门,接得7号右翼从禁区外的斜传高球,凌空稍踮—下,然后一脚劲射,攻破头关。17分钟麦克罗菲得球后盘过上海左前卫,在禁区线外—米处,突然起脚低射入网。上海队失掉2球后发动攻势,左翼赵光华沿边深入后传中,陈志华凌空一脚,仍被身手不凡的门将杜杜接住。上海队上半时守得硬、攻得坚、射门次数也多,惜脚头缺乏威胁力,下半时主队前后场脱节,因而进攻机会不多,射门只有4次(客队8次),而锋线急于进攻,疏于防守,使后卫负担加重,露出破绽,当失掉二球后,立刻奋力反攻,前锋有几次巧妙配合,突入禁区,但最后一脚和一头,都太偏太高,功亏一篑。 客队在比赛中表现了独特的球艺,在中场和禁区附近不断进行掩护传球,活象篮球比赛,而当最后一击时,都采用直綫的一传—切,这种球又快又狠,是很少看到的进攻战术。



13-12-1959. Shanghai - Algeria FLN 0-1 (0-1).
Shanghai. Hongkou Football Stadium.
Scorer: Abderrahmane Soukhane 苏坎-阿 7' (as I understood from the Chinese report).
Shanghai: Jiǎng Yàozhāng 蒋耀章, Lǐ Guìfú 李桂福, Chén Tiānsòng 陈天送, Lǐ Chuánqí 李传祺, Fèi Yòuhuá 费幼华, Sū Fúquán 苏福全, Zhào Guānghuá 赵光华, Chén Zhìhuá 陈志华, Jiāng Jūngēn 姜均根, Zhāng Zhèngyou 张正友, Mǎ Jīnshēng 马津生.

阿尔及利亚队在越南访问后再次来到中国,11月底客队全体队员在北京体育学院进行了为期一周的学习。
上半时开始,客队锋线上的麦克鲁菲和班第弗尔在场上异常活跃,他们在进攻时不断采用篮球式的掩护配合和“一传一切”的战术,给予上海队不小威胁,7分钟时麦克鲁菲在中场得球后,直传给右内锋苏坎-阿,苏坎越过后卫后劲射破门。下半时上海队虽加强进攻,但横传、短传过多,影响了进攻速度,加上客队防守能力较强,守门员杜杜表演出色,上海队无功而返。整场比赛主客双方射门比为 11-28 。
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HMIRAQ57
Joined: 03 Oct 2010, 21:07

24 Aug 2014, 19:21 #19

P     W    D    L     F     A91   65   13   13   385 127Details from The Iraq Times and the Al-Rasheed magazine.





Baghdad XI 1-10 FLN Équipe Algeria

Mohammed Najim 69; Rachid Mekhloufi 4, 56, 68, 75, 85, Abderrahmane
Soukhane 7, Abdelhamid Bouchouk 12,  24,
Saïd Brahimi 31, 80



Friendly Match – Al-Kashafa
Stadium, Baghdad – February 22, 1959



Baghdad: Mohammed Thamir
[Al-Maslaha]; Jabar Fatah [Amana Al-Asama], Jabar “Abu Al-Awra” Mohammed
[Al-Shurta], Lutfi Abdul-Kadir [Al-Maslaha], Jassim “Abu Al-Awatif” Mohammed
[c] [Al-Shurta], Ali Karim [Al-Shurta], Ibrahim Taha [Al-Maslaha] (Shamil Flaih
[Amana Al-Asama] 46’) Mohammed “Sheita” Najim [Amana Al-Asama], Qasim “Zuwiya”
Mahmoud [Al-Maslaha], Tariq Mohammed Salih [Amana Al-Asama], Armek Sahakian
[Al-Shurta], Saadi Salih [Al-Maslaha]



Coach: Fahmi Al-Qaimaqchi


Algeria: Ali Doudou; Mustapha
Zitouni, Amar Rouaï, Abderrahmane Soukhane, Abdelhamid Bouchouk, Saïd Brahimi,
Mohamed Soukhane, Abdelhamid Zouba, Rachid Mekhloufi, Abdelaziz Bentifour [c].



Coach: Mokhtar Arribi

Referee: Ismail Hammoudi




Note: Mohammed Thamir saved a
penalty from Rachid Mekhloufi on 10 minutes.



 


Iraq Army 0-3 FLN Équipe Algeria


Saïd
Brahimi 61, Rachid Mekhloufi 79, Abderrahmane Soukhane 87



Friendly, Al-Kashafa Stadium, February 25, 1959


Iraq: Hamid Fawzi [Al-Quwa
Al-Jawiya], Karim “Afendi” Mohammed [Al-Farqa Al-Thaniya], Jalil Shihab
[Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya], Edison Eshay [Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya], Jamil Abbas “Jamoli”,
Khoshaba Lawo [Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya], Abbas Hamadi [Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya], Emmanuel
“Ammo” Baba [Nadi Athori], Youra Eshaya [Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya], Adil Abdullah
[Al-Farqa Al-Thaniya], Jabar Majeed [Al-Liwa Al-Thamin].



Coach: Aziz Jassim Al-Hajia






Referee: Abdul-Ghani Askar







FLN 5-1 Mosul


Bouchak 20,30, 58; Sattar Hassan 40


Rachid Mekhloufi 25, 67,


Rahim "Rahomi" Jassim missed a penalty in 55 min


 




FLN 8-1 Sulimaniya


Rachid Mekhloufi 20, 25, 35, 55,


Hamid Zoubi 10, 60,


Bouchak 50, Hassan Chabri 65; Aziz 30




FLN 3-2 Basra XI


5, 16, 65; Sabih
Darwish 60, 86
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Luca
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24 Aug 2014, 19:32 #20

Rachid Mekhloufi, along with Rabah Madjer, can be considered the best footballer ever produced by Algeria.
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Sensini
Joined: 25 May 2010, 20:50

24 Aug 2014, 20:57 #21

It seems a television documentary called Football Rebels: Mekhloufi and the FLN team was aired by Aljazeera last July. (See here).
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Fast Midfielder
Joined: 26 Dec 2008, 16:44

24 Aug 2014, 22:01 #22

Also take notice one of the FLN-team members had a key role France qualified for the 1958 Worldchampionships. When France hold Belgium on a 0-0 draw on 27-10-1957 Mustapha Zitouni cleared a Richard Orlans (Belgium) shot off the line. If Belgium had won this match, both teams would have finished at 6 points and a play off was needed.
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nfm24
Joined: 07 Apr 2007, 16:28

25 Aug 2014, 09:22 #23

Luca wrote:
Rachid Mekhloufi, along with Rabah Madjer, can be considered the best footballer ever produced by Algeria.
Depending on your definition of "produced", I would still vote Zidane ;-)
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Luca
Joined: 09 Feb 2011, 19:58

25 Aug 2014, 09:49 #24

nfm24 wrote:
Luca wrote:
Rachid Mekhloufi, along with Rabah Madjer, can be considered the best footballer ever produced by Algeria.
Depending on your definition of "produced", I would still vote Zidane ;-)
As to the worst Algerian footballer ever, I have half a mind to vote Benzema...
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HMIRAQ57
Joined: 03 Oct 2010, 21:07

25 Aug 2014, 18:30 #25

Quite remarkable story with Mekhloufi, he even won the CISM World Military Championship with France before he left to join the FLN. His name is still remembered in Iraq. 
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TovKirov
Joined: 20 Mar 2012, 09:37

22 Nov 2016, 13:38 #26

2-07-1959. Zaporozhye. Metallurg Zaporozhye - Algeria FNL 3-5
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nfm24
Joined: 07 Apr 2007, 16:28

08 Aug 2017, 18:41 #27

Karel at RSSSF recently revised the FLN file there, using the lists in two Algerian books together with our input on this forum.   However there are still many bugs in those lists, so I'm posting here some corrections from newspapers - other input welcome.

Confirmed:
 3-May-58 Tunis, Tunisia 1-5 FLN

Quadrangular in Tunis:
 9-May-58 Tunis, FLN 2-1 Morocco
 9-May-58 Tunis, Tunisia 4-1 Libya
11-May-58 Tunis, Morocco 2-1 Libya
11-May-58 Tunis, Tunisia 1-5 FLN

Tour of Morocco:
14-Nov-58 Fès, Sélection du Nord 1-5 FLN  (home side combination of MAS Fès and Rachad Meknès)
16-Nov-58 Oudja, MCO 0-2 FLN
18-Nov-58 Casablanca, Sélection de la Chaouia 2-4 FLN
21-Nov-58 Rabat, Sélection du Centre 2-3 FLN (home side also mentioned as the selection of Rharb)
25-Nov-58 Marrakech, KACM 2-6 FLN
28-Nov-58 Tanger, Sélection du Nord 0-7 FLN

Matches in Bulgaria:
19-May-59 Varna, "a trade union youth team of the city" 1-1 FLN
21-May-59 Sofiya, "a Sofiya trade union youth team" 4-3 FLN
I found no reports of matches in Dimitrovgrad and Plovdiv.
 2-Apr-61 Stara Zagora, "a trade union team of the city" 1-1 FLN
 5-Apr-61 Sofiya, "Combined Sofiya Trade Union team" 3-1 FLN
The home side included Naidenov (GK), and scorers Yakimov, Kolev, and Vladimirov (all national team players).
 9-Apr-61 Targovishte, "Burkov" 0-7 FLN

Matches in Hungary (thanks to Zsolt Kádár):
 3-Jun-59 Tatabánya, "Komárom county trade union miners combined team" 5-5 FLN
This could just be the club Tatabányai Bányász relabelled.
 6-Jun-59 Budapest (Üllői úti pálya), "Food industry trade union selection" 3-5 FLN
No report found for the match in Miskolc.
 1-May-61 Oroszlány (not Orosháza), "Komárom county miners selection" 2-6 FLN
 3-May-61 Budapest (Fáy utca), "Trade union selection" 2-2 FLN
 7-May-61 Győr, "Győr trade union selection" 4-2 (not 3-2) FLN

Match in Poland (thanks to Gwidon):
16-Jun-59 Łódź, Textile Trade Union XI 5-4 (not 4-4) FLN

At the end of the 1959 European tour, the FLN team was supposed to represent Algeria in the 7th World Youth & Students Festival in Vienna (July 26-Aug 4) and was drawn in Group B with USSR, Iraq and an Austrian team, but it seems Algeria withdrew fairly late.


From the ALN list, I looked for the matches played in Egypt.  This is what I found:
12-Jan-58 Cairo, Egyptian Armed Forces 3-1 ALN
17-Jan-58 Port Said, Masry SC 1-2 ALN
19-Jan-58 Cairo, Zamalek 2-3 ALN
26-Jan-58 Suez, Suez Canal Zone XI - ALN  (no report found)
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