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03 Jan 2018, 23:33 #1

Help me please.

Who scored unknown goal?

12.11.1986 Cyprus  Greece 1-2
? / Ioanis Samaras, Charis Baniotis 
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04 Jan 2018, 10:25 #2

Sorry, I can't help you: I have consulted the magazine World Soccer from January 1988. On page 42 they report the dates and the results of the Olympic Qualifiers, but not the goalscorers.
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05 Jan 2018, 23:48 #3

Savva.
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05 Jan 2018, 23:54 #4

Would that be Pavlos Savva?
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06 Jan 2018, 00:00 #5

Sshh, don't give so many hints!  If I'm a helpdesk operator than I reserve the right to be surly :-)
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11 Jan 2018, 10:40 #6

I apologize in advance if I have errors and misprints.
If I have errors and misprints, what should you write about this, please.
If someone has something that I do not know, then please help me and post this information.


Sources of information:
DIE NEUE FUSSBALLWOCHE FUWO
NEUES DEUTSCHLAND
BERLINER ZEITUNG
HET VRIJE VOLK: DEMOCRATISCH-SOCIALISTISCH DAGBLAD
DE TELEGRAAF
DIÁRIO DE LISBOA
TÍMINN
https://www.11v11.com/
http://www.rsssf.com/
http://www.fpf.pt/pt/selecoes/futebol-m ... pica/jogos

EUROPE

Group B [Italy]
 1.ITALY            8  5  3  0 11- 1 13
 2.East Germany     8  4  3  1 12- 5 11
 3.Portugal         8  2  4  2  4- 6  8
 4.Netherlands      8  1  3  4  6-12  5
 5.Iceland          8  1  1  6  5-14  3
 
3-12-86 Netherlands 0-1 East Germany
Goal: Damian Halata 6
Netherlands: Stanley Menzo, Piet Wijnberg, Danny Blind, Gerrit Plomp, Willy Boessen, Michel Boerebach, Gerald Vanenburg, Jan van Dijk, Jos Roossien (Danny Hoekman 69), John van Loen, Ronald Lengkeek     
East Germany: Jörg Weißflog, Heiko Peschke, Detlef Schößler (Waldemar Ksienzyk 60), Burkhard Reich, Matthias Lindner, Harald Mothes (Jens Pahlke 89), Bernd Schulz, Damian Halata, Christian Backs, Hans Richter, Martin Busse        
Utrecht. Galdenwaard. 2500 spectators. ARB.: Gunn, Martin, Mence (England).  

18- 2-87 Italy 1-0 Portugal
Goal: Roberto Galia 73' 
Italy: Stefano Tacconi, Mauro Tassotti, Luigi De Agostini, Giuseppe Iachini, Sergio Brio, Roberto Cravero, Massimo Mauro II, Roberto Galia, Marin Magrin, Antonio Pietro Paolo Virdis, Andrea Carnevale (Fausto Salsano 89 or 90)    
Portugal: Eduardo LÚCIO Esteves Pereira, JORGE Manuel PLÁCIDO Bravo Costa (Jorge Manuel Teixeira ROÇADAS 56 – from 11v11, LA STAMPA, not in DIÁRIO DE LISBOA), JORGE Manuel Lopes SILVA, Antonio Armando CERQUEIRA Coelho Jorge, António José Pereira de CARVALHO (Jorge Manuel Teixeira ROÇADAS 55 – from DIÁRIO DE LISBOA), João Ribeiro da Silva “COSTEADO” (Carlos Alberto Bastos PARENTE 73 or 74 – from 11v11, LA STAMPA,  not in DIÁRIO DE LISBOA), OCEANO Andrade da Cruz, Joaquim José Ferreirinha Moreira “QUINITO”, VALÉRIO Jorge Moreira Pereira, José Alberto Peixoto da Silva “JUANICO”, MIGUEL Alberto Fernandes Marques
Lecce. Stadio Via Del Mare. 22000 spectators. ARB.: Zoran Petrovic, Aldo Soldatic, Franjo Crnec (Yugoslavia). Yellow cards: António José Pereira de CARVALHO, JORGE Manuel PLACIDO Bravo Costa       
 

25- 2-87 Portugal 1-1 Netherlands
Goals: Antonio Armando CERQUEIRA Coelho Jorge 17 / Peter van Velzen 13
Portugal: Eduardo LÚCIO Esteves Pereira, João Ribeiro da Silva “COSTEADO”, Antonio Armando CERQUEIRA Coelho Jorge (António José Pereira de CARVALHO 33 or 29), Jose Silva COELHO, JORGE Manuel Lopes SILVA, VALÉRIO Jorge Moreira Pereira, MIGUEL Alberto Fernandes Marques, José Alberto Peixoto da Silva “JUANICO”, OCEANO Andrade da Cruz, Joaquim José Ferreirinha Moreira “QUINITO” (Jorge Manuel Teixeira ROÇADAS 60 or 59), Carlos Manuel Pereira Pinto “ADÃO”
Netherlands: Stanley Menzo, Danny Blind, Mark Verkuyl, Gerrit Plomp, John de Wolf, Jan van Dijk, Aron Winter (Michel Boerebach 66 or 65), Ronald Lengkeek, Wilbert Suvrijn, Peter van Velzen, Jos Roossien
Porto. Estádio Bessa. 5000 spectators. ARB.: Alan Snoddy, Frank McNight, Frank Spencey (North Ireland). Yellow card: João Ribeiro da Silva “COSTEADO”. Red card: Peter van Velzen
 
25- 3-87 East Germany 0-0 Italy
East Germany: Jörg Weißflog, Matthias Lindner, Volker Schmidt, Burkhard Reich, Axel Wittke, Martin Busse (Uwe Bredow 84), Harald Mothes, Damian Halata, Christian Backs, Hans Richter (Marcus Wuckel 46), Frank Pastor     
Italy: Stefano Tacconi, Pasquale Bruno, Roberto Cravero, Sergio Brio, Luigi De Agostini, Giuseppe Iachini, Marin Magrin, Carlo Ancelotti, Francesco Romano, Andrea Carnevale (Angelo Alessio 79), Antonio Pietro Paolo Virdis       
Magdeburg. Ernst-Grube-Stadion. ARB.: Syme (Scotland). 9000 spectators.
 
15- 4-87 Italy 2-0 Iceland
Goals: Antonio Pietro Paolo Virdis 41', Mauro Tassotti 87'
Italy: Stefano Tacconi, Mauro Tassotti, Luigi De Agostini, Giuseppe Iachini, Sergio Brio, Massimo Mauro II (Fausto Salsano 79), Carlo Ancelotti, Francesco Romano, Luca Pellegrini,  Andrea Carnevale, Antonio Pietro Paolo Virdis    
Iceland: Friðrik Friðriksson, Guðni Bergsson, Ágúst Már Jónsson, Loftur Ólafsson (Þorsteinn Þorsteinsson 31'), Ólafur Þórðarson, Njáll Eiðsson, Viðar Þorkelsson, Pétur Arnþórsson, Halldór Áskelsson (Ingvar Guðmundsson 81'), Guðmundur Steinsson, Guðmundur Torfason.
Pescara, Stadio Adriatico, 11543 spectators. ARB.: Victor Mintoff (Malta).
 

29- 4-87 Portugal 0-0 East Germany
Portugal: Eduardo LÚCIO Esteves Pereira, João Ribeiro da Silva “COSTEADO”, MIGUEL Alberto Fernandes Marques, VALÉRIO Jorge Moreira Pereira, Antonio Armando CERQUEIRA Coelho Jorge, OCEANO Andrade da Cruz, JAIME Jeronimo Merces, Joaquim José Ferreirinha Moreira “QUINITO” (José Alberto Peixoto da Silva “JUANICO” 62), JORGE Manuel Lopes SILVA (Jose Silva COELHO 68), Joaquim Carvalho de Azevedo “QUIM”, JORGE Manuel PLACIDO Bravo Costa      
East Germany: Jörg Weißflog, Frank Cebulla, Volker Schmidt, Burkhard Reich, Axel Wittke, Harald Mothes, Damian Halata, Uwe Bredow, Christian Backs, Frank Pastor, Thomas Doll (Hans Richter 60)
Viseu. ARB.: Aladren (Spain). 6000 spectators.     
 
26- 5-87 Iceland 2-2 Netherlands
Goals: Guðmundur Torfason 33' pen, 50' pen / Jurrie Koolhof 13, Mario Been 53
Iceland: Friðrik Friðriksson, Guðni Bergsson, Ágúst Már Jónsson, Þorsteinn Þorsteinsson, Valur Valsson, Ingvar Guðmundsson, Viðar Þorkelsson, Njáll Eiðsson, Pétur Arnþórsson, Guðmundur Steinsson (Hlynur Birgisson), Guðmundur Torfason.
Netherlands: Stanley Menzo, Boessen, Sjaak Troost (Keur 46), Gerrit Plomp, Mark Verkuyl, Jan van Dijk, Willems, Vanenburg, Mario Been, Hennie Meyer, Jurrie Koolhof   
Reykjavík, Laugardalsvöllur, 1228 spectators. ARB.: Daily
 
2- 9-87 Iceland 2-0 East Germany
Goals: Guðmundur Torfason 51', Olafur Þorðarson 80'
Iceland: Friðrik Friðriksson, Guðni Bergsson, Þorsteinn Þorsteinsson, Viðar Þorkelsson, Ólafur Þórðarson, Ingvar Guðmundsson, Heimir Guðmundsson, Pétur Arnþórsson, Halldór Áskelsson, Guðmundur Steinsson (Sveinbjörn Hákonarson), Guðmundur Torfason
East Germany: Jörg Weißflog, Heiko Peschke, Detlef Schößler, Bernd Schulz, Uwe Bredow,  Damian Halata, Harald Mothes, Rico Steinmann (Axel Wittke 73), Thomas Doll (Hans Richter 57), Marcus Wuckel, Frank Pastor
Reykjavík, Laugardalsvöllur. 1321 spectators. ARB.: King (Wales).
 
22- 9-87 East Germany 4-2 Netherlands
Goals:Damian Halata 28' penalty, Hans Richter 45', Marcus Wuckel 46', Heiko Peschke 85' / Hans Gillhaus 32, Juul Ellerman 44
East Germany: Jörg Weißflog, Volker Schmidt, Detlef Schößler, Heiko Peschke, Marco Köller, Uwe Bredow, Heiko März (Thomas Doll 58), Damian Halata, Jürgen Raab, Marcus Wuckel, Hans Richter (Harald Mothes 90)      
Netherlands: Stanley Menzo, Rene van Eck, Berry van Aerle, Gerrit Plomp, Mark Verkuyl, Ruud Brood, H.A.Willems (Pierre Blattler 77), Juul Ellerman, Hendrie Krüzen (Peter van der Waart 59), H Meyer (or Meijer), Hans Gillhaus
Nordhausen. Albert-Kunz-Sportpark 5400 spectators. ARB.: Röthlisberger (Switzerland).
 

7-10-87 Portugal 2-1 Iceland
Goals: Jose Silva COELHO 22', António Aires dos Santos APARÍCIO 51' / Guðmundur Steinsson 59'
Portugal: Eduardo LÚCIO Esteves Pereira, Jose Silva COELHO (Joaquim José Ferreirinha Moreira “QUINITO” 66 or 65), Carlos Alberto Bastos PARENTE, Carlos Manuel Oliveira da Silva “VERMELHINHO”, Rui António da Cruz Ferreira “NASCIMENTO” (JORGE Manuel PLÁCIDO Bravo Costa 46), António Aires dos Santos APARÍCIO, Francisco Manuel CRISANTO Rodrigues, Carlos Manuel Pereira Pinto “ADÃO”, VALÉRIO Jorge Moreira Pereira, MIGUEL Alberto Fernandes Marques, JAIME Jeronimo Merces
Iceland: Friðrik Friðriksson, Viðar Þorkelsson, Guðni Bergsson, Þorsteinn Þorsteinsson, Ólafur Þórðarson, Ingvar Guðmundsson (Njáll Eiðsson), Valur Valsson, Pétur Arnþórsson (Heimir Guðmundsson), Halldór Áskelsson, Guðmundur Steinsson, Guðmundur Torfason.
DIÁRIO DE LISBOA: Halldór Áskelsson (Gudjonsson 85), Guðmundur Torfason (Heimir Guðmundsson 85)  
Leiria. Estádio Municipal Leiria. 2000 spectators. ARB.: Yusuf Namoğlu, Hasan Ceylan, Ergui Yucedas (Turkey). Yellow cards: Guðmundur Torfason, Guðni Bergsson, António Aires dos Santos APARÍCIO
 
18-11-87 Italy 1-1 East Germany
Goals: Marco Pacione 13' / Thomas Doll 7'
Italy: Stefano Tacconi, Roberto Cravero, Mauro Tassotti, Sergio Brio, Luigi De Agostini, Carlo Ancelotti, Roberto Galia, Francesco Romano, Angelo Alessio, Marco Pacione (Ruggiero Rizzitelli 80), Stefano Borgonovo
East Germany: Jörg Weißflog, Heiko Peschke, Detlef Schößler, Jens Pahlke (Bernd Schulz 30), Matthias Lindner, Uwe Bredow, Lutz Radtke, Jürgen Raab, Damian Halata, Hans Richter, Thomas Doll (Uwe Machold 90) 
Roma. Stadium Flaminio. ARB.: Van Langenhove (Belgium). 10000 spectators. 
 
24- 2-88 Portugal 0-0 Italy
Portugal: SILVINO De Almeida Louro, João Ribeiro da Silva “COSTEADO”, FERNANDO Manuel Antunes MENDES (António José Pereira de CARVALHO 31 or 30), Carlos Alberto Bastos PARENTE (GILBERTO Santos Gomes 74), Rui António da Cruz Ferreira “NASCIMENTO”, OCEANO Andrade da Cruz, MIGUEL Alberto Fernandes Marques, Antonio Manuel PACHECO Domingos, VALÉRIO Jorge Moreira Pereira, RUI Gil Soares de BARROS, José RUI Lopes ÁGUAS
Italy: Stefano Tacconi, Mauro Tassotti, Luigi De Agostini, Carlo Ancelotti, Filippo Galli, Roberto Cravero, Roberto Galia, Francesco Romano, Massimo Mauro II, Andrea Carnevale, Antonio Pietro Paolo Virdis (Angelo Alessio 74)      
Oeiras. Estadio Nacional. 25000 spectators. ARB.: Manfred Neuner, G.Wiesel, Norbert Brückner (West Germany). Yellow cards: Mauro Tassotti, Carlo Ancelotti
 
9- 3-88 Netherlands 0-1 Italy
Goal: Antonio Pietro Paolo Virdis
Netherlands: Jan-Willem van Ede, Wilbert Suvrijn (Peter Bosz 50), John van Loen, Pierre Blätter (Peter van der Waart 68), Claus Boekweg, Gerrit Plomp, Jos Roossien, Jaap van de Wiel, Jan van Dijk, Mark Verkuyl, Herman Verrips
Italy: Stefano Tacconi, Luigi De Agostini, Mauro Tassotti, Andrea Carnevale, Sergio Brio, Roberto Cravero, Roberto Galia, Filippo Galli, Massimo Mauro II, Francesco Romano, Antonio Pietro Paolo Virdis (Marco Pacione 63)
Groningen.
 
29- 3-88 Netherlands 0-0 Portugal
Netherlands: Theo Snelders, Sturing, Fred Rutten, Monkou, Mulder, Wilbert Suvrijn, Barendse, Pierre Blätter, Robin Schmidt, Boere, Krommendijk (Foeke Booy 59)  
Portugal: ALFREDO Silva Castro (Boavista), DIMAS Manuel Marques Teixeira (Academica) (João Rafael dos Santos “SKODA” (Portimonense) 46), HERNÂNI Madruga Neves (Vitória FC Setúbal), António José Pereira de CARVALHO (Vitória SC Guimarães), Alvaro Cardoso TEIXEIRA (Belenenses), MIGUEL Alberto Fernandes Marques (Vitória SC Guimarães), Francisco Manuel CRISANTO Rodrigues (Vitória FC Setúbal), Joaquim José Ferreirinha Moreira “QUINITO” (Academica), VALÉRIO Jorge Moreira Pereira (Boavista), RUI Gil Soares de BARROS (Porto), CÉSAR Gonçalves de BRITO Duarte (Portimonense) (“CHICO (or XICO)” José Francisco Gonçalves FARIA (Belenenses) 71 or 75)
Zwolle. ARB.: Vadim Zhuk, Sergei Khusainov, Alexandr Kirillov (USSR). 3000 spectators. Yellow card: Fred Rutten
 
13- 4-88 Italy 3-0 Netherlands
Goals: Andrea Carnevale, Antonio Pietro Paolo Virdis penalty 12, 80
Italy: Stefano Tacconi, Carlo Ancelotti, Andrea Carnevale (Fausto Salsano 84), Sergio Brio, Angelo Colombo, Roberto Cravero, Roberto Galia, Filippo Galli (Pasquale Bruno 68), Massimo Mauro II, Francesco Romano, Antonio Pietro Paolo Virdis
Netherlands: Jan-Willem van Ede, John de Wolf, Hendrie Krüzen, Foeke Booy, Ruud Brood, Rene Eykelkamp, Wim Koevermans, Fred Rutten, Robin Schmidt (Peter van der Waart 72), Mark Verkuyl, Herman Verrips (Mike Snoei 59)
Padua
 
13- 4-88 East Germany 3-0 Portugal
Goals: Matthias Lindner 67, Olaf Marschall 72, Hans Richter 85
East Germany: Jörg Weißflog, Heiko Peschke, Matthias Lindner, Lutz Radtke, Dirk Schuster, Damian Halata, Heiko März, Jürgen Raab, Matthias Sammer (Heiko Scholz 67), Marcus Wuckel (Olaf Marschall 46), Hans Richter  
Portugal: ALFREDO Silva Castro, MIGUEL Alberto Fernandes Marques, DIMAS Manuel Marques Teixeira, VALÉRIO Jorge Moreira Pereira, Francisco Manuel CRISANTO Rodrigues, Alvaro Cardoso TEIXEIRA, João Rafael dos Santos “SKODA”, Joaquim José Ferreirinha Moreira “QUINITO”, HERNÂNI Madruga Neves (António Aires dos Santos APARÍCIO 69), “CHICO (or XICO)” José Francisco Gonçalves FARIA, RUI José MASIDE Ribeiro (Carlos Manuel Oliveira da Silva “VERMELHINHO” 46)
Aue. Otto-Grotewohl-Stadion. 6700 spectators. ARB.: Crucke, Van den Vijngaert, Thirion (Belgium). Yellow cards: Dirk Schuster, Skoda
      
27- 4-88 Netherlands 1-0 Iceland
Goal: Ruud Brood 53
Netherlands: Theo Snelders, Sjaak Troost, Mark Verkuyl, Fred Rutten, John de Wolf, Herman Verrips, Peter van der Waart, Ruud Brood, Piet Keur, Hendrie Krüzen, Rene Eykelkamp       
Iceland: Birkir Kristinsson, Þorsteinn Þorsteinsson, Ágúst Már Jónsson, Viðar Þorkelsson, Ólafur Þórðarson, Ingvar Guðmundsson, Þorvaldur Örlygsson, Pétur Arnþórsson, Halldór Áskelsson, Guðmundur Steinsson (Rúnar Kristinsson), Guðmundur Torfason.
Doetinchem, 573 spectators. ARB.: A.Snoddy (North Ireland).
 
30- 4-88 East Germany 3-0 Iceland
Goals: Olaf Marschall 25, Heiko Peschke 74, Jürgen Raab 88
East Germany: Jörg Weißflog, Heiko Peschke, Lutz Radtke, Matthias Lindner, Marco Köller, Damian Halata, Bernd Schulz, Matthias Sammer (Thomas Doll 46), Jürgen Raab, Olaf Marschall, Hans Richter (Heiko Scholz 81)       
Iceland : Birkir Kristinsson, Ágúst Már Jónsson, Viðar Þorkelsson, Þorsteinn Þorsteinsson, Þorvaldur Örlygsson, Pétur Arnþórsson, Rúnar Kristinsson, Ingvar Guðmundsson, Ólafur Þórðarson (Ormarr Örlygsson 80), Halldór Áskelsson (Heimir Guðmundsson 14), Guðmundur Steinsson
Bischofswerda. Stadion der Jugend. 5800 spectators. ARB.: Philippi, Bindels, Kesseler (Luxemburg). Yellow cards: Marco Köller, Damian Halata, Bernd Schulz, Viðar Þorkelsson, Rúnar Kristinsson
 
24- 5-88 Iceland 0-1 Portugal
Goal: “CHICO (or XICO)” José Francisco Gonçalves FARIA 88 – from http://www.fpf.pt/pt/selecoes/futebol-m ... ch/1040579
Goal: MIGUEL Alberto Fernandes Marques 89' – from DIÁRIO DE LISBOA  
Goal: Francisco Silva 88 (may be “CHICO (or XICO)” José Francisco Gonçalves FARIA) – from TÍMINN  
Iceland: Friðrik Friðriksson, Ágúst Már Jónsson, Þorsteinn Þorsteinsson, Viðar Þorkelsson, Ólafur Þórðarson, Ingvar Guðmundsson, Þorvaldur Örlygsson, Halldór Áskelsson, Pétur Arnþórsson, Guðmundur Steinsson (Rúnar Kristinsson 74), Guðmundur Torfason.
Portugal: ALFREDO Silva Castro, Carlos Manuel Oliveira da Silva “VERMELHINHO”, PAULO Jorge Cancio MONTEIRO (António Aires dos Santos APARÍCIO 35), DAVID Manuel Reis Silva, DIMAS Manuel Marques Teixeira,  António José Pereira de CARVALHO (DOMINGOS José Paciência OLIVEIRA 46), Alvaro Cardoso TEIXEIRA, Francisco Manuel CRISANTO Rodrigues, Jose Antonio Rocha GARRIDO, MIGUEL Alberto Fernandes Marques, “CHICO (or XICO)” José Francisco Gonçalves FARIA – from http://www.fpf.pt/pt/selecoes/futebol-m ... ch/1040579
Portugal: ALFREDO Silva Castro, Carlos Manuel Oliveira da Silva “VERMELHINHO”, PAULO Jorge Cancio MONTEIRO (António Aires dos Santos APARÍCIO 81), DAVID Manuel Reis Silva, DIMAS Manuel Marques Teixeira, António José Pereira de CARVALHO (DOMINGOS José Paciência OLIVEIRA 46), Alvaro Cardoso TEIXEIRA, Francisco Manuel CRISANTO Rodrigues, Jose Antonio Rocha GARRIDO, MIGUEL Alberto Fernandes Marques, “CHICO (or XICO)” José Francisco Gonçalves FARIA – from TÍMINN
Reykjavík, Laugardalsvöllur, 1564 spectators. ARB.: Peter Mikkelsen, Kim Milton Nielsen, Holger Hansen (Denmark). Yellow cards: Jose Antonio Rocha GARRIDO, Rúnar Kristinsson
  
29- 5-88 Iceland 0-3 Italy
Goals: Francesco Romano 35, Antonio Pietro Paolo Virdis, Andrea Carnevale 25
Iceland: Friðrik Friðriksson, Þorsteinn Guðjónsson, Ágúst Már Jónsson, Þorvaldur Örlygsson, Ólafur Þórðarson, Ingvar Guðmundsson, Valur Valsson, Pétur Arnþórsson, Halldór Áskelsson, Guðmundur Steinsson (Kristinn R. Jónsson 75), Guðmundur Torfason.
Italy: Stefano Tacconi, Luigi De Agostini, Mauro Tassotti, Carlo Ancelotti (Stefano Desideri 81), Andrea Carnevale, Sergio Brio, Angelo Colombo, Roberto Cravero, Massimo Mauro II, Francesco Romano, Antonio Pietro Paolo Virdis
Reykjavík, Laugardalsvöllur, 2537 spectators.  
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11 Jan 2018, 10:53 #7

Great work. Now I'm very busy, but I'll be more precise in the coming days about the Italy 1-0 Portugal match.
I don't know if you already knew this Italian archive, maybe it can be helpful: La Stampa
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11 Jan 2018, 11:38 #8

The Portugal FA website corroborates 11v11 (or perhaps that's where the data came from) in the Italy-Portugal match. Roçadas in for Jorge Plácido (56') and Parente in for Costeado (73'). Although for some reason they credit the refereeing team as coming from Oman...
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12 Jan 2018, 00:53 #9

I added information on Portugal to my previous message. But there was a problem on the match Iceland-Portugal. In DIÁRIO DE LISBOA it is indicated that the goal was scored by MIGUEL. On the site it is given that the goal was scored by "CHICO (or XICO)" José Francisco Gonçalves FARIA. In the Icelandic TÍMINN - misprint - it is indicated that the goal was scored by Francisco Silva. I think that the correspondent of the Icelandic TÍMINN had in mind that the goal was scored by "CHICO (or XICO)" José Francisco Gonçalves FARIA. I do not know whether DIÁRIO DE LISBOA had a correspondent on the match, which was held in distant Iceland and did not have a big tournament value for the Portuguese. Accurate data on the author of the goal can be learned only by video, or provided that someone can find about the match Iceland-Portugal reportage 1988 of the Portuguese edition, which had its own correspondent at this match. We must also find out that José Francisco Gonçalves FARIA is CHICO or XICO.
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12 Jan 2018, 08:58 #10

To increase the confusion, Dagblaðið Vísir credits the goal to António Carvalho. It was from a penalty, so you would expect the reports to be accurate...

As for the Chico/Xico, I don't think you will find an authoritative answer. They are two forms of the diminutive for Francisco, and are pronounced exactly the same. It's a bit like "donut" and "doughnut". My personal preference (in general) is to spell "Chico", because it's more common, and consistent with another diminutive, "Chiquinho" (which is almost never spelled "Xiquinho").
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12 Jan 2018, 09:34 #11

Kaizeler wrote: The Portugal FA website corroborates 11v11 (or perhaps that's where the data came from) in the Italy-Portugal match. Roçadas in for Jorge Plácido (56') and Parente in for Costeado (73'). Although for some reason they credit the refereeing team as coming from Oman...
Calcio 2000 issue 34 from September 2000, page 90, Almanacco Illustrato del Calcio 1988, page 508, and Annuario del Calcio Mondiale 1988-89, page 845, confirm the same situation (Annuario only states Roçadas in for Jorge Plácido at 55').

Antikov wrote: 9- 3-88 Netherlands 0-1 Italy
Goal: Antonio Pietro Paolo Virdis
Netherlands: Jan-Willem van Ede, Wilbert Suvrijn (Peter Bosz 50), John van Loen, Pierre Blätter (Peter van der Waart 68), Claus Boekweg, Gerrit Plomp, Jos Roossien, Jaap van de Wiel, Jan van Dijk, Mark Verkuyl, Herman Verrips
Italy: Stefano Tacconi, Luigi De Agostini, Mauro Tassotti, Andrea Carnevale, Sergio Brio, Roberto Cravero, Roberto Galia, Filippo Galli, Massimo Mauro II, Francesco Romano, Antonio Pietro Paolo Virdis (Marco Pacione 63)
Groningen.
 
Virdis scored at 61'.
The referee was Röthlisberger (Switzerland).
Source: Annuario del Calcio Mondiale 1988-89, page 845
Antikov wrote:  13- 4-88 Italy 3-0 Netherlands
Goals: Andrea Carnevale, Antonio Pietro Paolo Virdis penalty 12, 80
Italy: Stefano Tacconi, Carlo Ancelotti, Andrea Carnevale (Fausto Salsano 84), Sergio Brio, Angelo Colombo, Roberto Cravero, Roberto Galia, Filippo Galli (Pasquale Bruno 68), Massimo Mauro II, Francesco Romano, Antonio Pietro Paolo Virdis
Netherlands: Jan-Willem van Ede, John de Wolf, Hendrie Krüzen, Foeke Booy, Ruud Brood, Rene Eykelkamp, Wim Koevermans, Fred Rutten, Robin Schmidt (Peter van der Waart 72), Mark Verkuyl, Herman Verrips (Mike Snoei 59)
Padua
 
Carnevale scored at 74'
The referee was Kaupe (Austria)
Source: Calcio 2000 issue 34 from September 2000, page 90.
Antikov wrote: 29- 5-88 Iceland 0-3 Italy
Goals: Francesco Romano 35, Antonio Pietro Paolo Virdis, Andrea Carnevale 25
Iceland: Friðrik Friðriksson, Þorsteinn Guðjónsson, Ágúst Már Jónsson, Þorvaldur Örlygsson, Ólafur Þórðarson, Ingvar Guðmundsson, Valur Valsson, Pétur Arnþórsson, Halldór Áskelsson, Guðmundur Steinsson (Kristinn R. Jónsson 75), Guðmundur Torfason.
Italy: Stefano Tacconi, Luigi De Agostini, Mauro Tassotti, Carlo Ancelotti (Stefano Desideri 81), Andrea Carnevale, Sergio Brio, Angelo Colombo, Roberto Cravero, Massimo Mauro II, Francesco Romano, Antonio Pietro Paolo Virdis
Reykjavík, Laugardalsvöllur, 2537 spectators.  
The referee was Cooper (Wales).
Source: Calcio 2000 issue 34 from September 2000, page 90.
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13 Jan 2018, 01:55 #12

Kaizeler wrote:To increase the confusion, Dagblaðið Vísir credits the goal to António Carvalho. It was from a penalty, so you would expect the reports to be accurate...

As for the Chico/Xico, I don't think you will find an authoritative answer. They are two forms of the diminutive for Francisco, and are pronounced exactly the same. It's a bit like "donut" and "doughnut". My personal preference (in general) is to spell "Chico", because it's more common, and consistent with another diminutive, "Chiquinho" (which is almost never spelled "Xiquinho").
He was known as Chico Faria
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16 Jan 2018, 19:17 #13

Let me add a note about the complexity of the eligibility criteria in this edition.

Rui Águas was fielded by Portugal Olympic during the 1988 qualifiers even if he had previously played in a 1986 World Cup match against Morocco, replacing one of his teammates at 55'. At first this might seem a case of ineligible player, because FIFA's rules stated: “The Olympic Football Tournament - Seoul 1988, Preliminary and Final Competition - is open to all players except players from Europe and South America who have participated in matches of the FIFA World Cup, Preliminary and/or Final Competition”. But Rui Águas was perfectly eligible, because an additional paragraph stated: The European and South American players who have played less than 90 minutes in one single match of the Preliminary and/or Final competition of the FIFA World Cup, are eligible to participate in the Olympic Football Tournament”.

On the other hand, Per Frimann had appeared in three 1986 World Cup qualifying games and also played for Denmark Olympic during the 1988 qualifiers, but was disqualified.
The reason is this additional rule: “If a player has participated in a full match or less than 90 minutes during two or more matches of the Preliminiary and/or Final competition of a World Cup, he is no longer eligible to participate in the Olympic Football Tournament”.

The 1988 Olympic eligibility does really deserve the gold medal for intricacy....
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16 Jan 2018, 20:56 #14

Yes, so a guy who was substituted off in the 89th minute of one game would be eligible, but a guy who always comes on as a last minute sub (like Marchena in 2010) would not.

Wonder why they didn't just make a clean exclusion of all World Cup players.
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17 Jan 2018, 13:49 #15

Yes! Christian Backs of East Germany, for example, played 88 minutes versus Bulgaria in a 1986 World Cup qualifying game and was therefore allowed to compete in the 1988 Olympic qualifiers, as we can see above. If he had played the whole match versus Bulgaria (just 2 minutes more), he would have been ineligible for the Olympic tournament.
Note: this particular "less than 90 minutes" clause was valid only for the 1988 Olympic Games, not for the previous editions.
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30 Jan 2018, 18:46 #16

Information of NEBOJŠA IVKOVIĆ about Yugoslavian team
Information of BRECHT SCHELSTRAETE  about Belgian team 28-10-87 Belgium - Finland

Sources of information:
https://www.11v11.com/
http://www.rsssf.com/ 
ARBEITER-ZEITUNG
RUDÉ PRÁVO
http://www.austriasoccer.at/index.html
https://eu-football.info/_matches.php

Group E 
 1.YUGOSLAVIA       8  6  1  1 17- 5 13
 2.Czechoslovakia    8  6  0  2 10- 3 12
 3.Belgium                8  3  1  4  8-13  7
 4.Austria                  8  2  0  6  7-11  4
 5.Finland                  8  2  0  6  5-15  4
 
14-10-86 Finland 0-2 Belgium          
Goals: Marc Degryse 57', Benoît Thans 65' penalty
Finland: Ismo Korhonen, Jyrki Hännikäinen (Ismo Lius 65), Erik Holmgren, Reijo Vuorinen, Juha Laaksonen, Jari Rinne, Miika Juntunen (Ari Jalasvaara 46), Sixten Boström, Mika-Matti Paatelainen, Marko Myyry, Jari Niinimäki
Belgium: Philippe Van de Walle, Johan Schoofs, Bernard Wégria, Patrick Aussems, Raphaël Quaranta, Peter Créve (Didier Quain 74'), Pierre Janssen, Marc Degryse, Benoît Thans, Didier Beugnies, Dirk Goossens (Maxim Van Damme 87')
Tampere. Tampereen (Ratinan) Stadion. 878 spectators. ARB.: Michał Listkiewicz (Poland).
 
29-10-86 Czechoslovakia 2-0 Belgium           
Goals: Peter Herda 51', 60'
Czechoslovakia: Jan Stejskal, Július Bielik, Miroslav Kadlec, Ján Kocian, Peter Fieber, Miroslav Janů, Peter Herda, Vlastimil Kula, Miloš Belák (Vítězslav Lavička 87), Mirolsav Siva (Ivan Čabala 50 or 49), Tomaš Skuhravý
Belgium: Gilbert Bodart, Johan Schoofs, Bernard Wégria, Patrick Aussems, Raphaël Quaranta, Peter Créve, Pierre Janssen, Marc Degryse (Jean-Marie Abeels 65), Benoît Thans, Didier Beugnies, Dirk Goossens
Prague. 1000 spectators. ARB.: Kurt Röthlisberger (Switzerland). Yellow cards: Ján Kocian, Bernard Wégria  
 
18-11-86 Belgium 2-3 Austria            
Goals: Didier Beugnies 15', Dirk Goossens 19' / Manfred Zsak 37', Andreas Spielmann 44', Jürgen Werner I 63'
Belgium: Gilbert Bodart, Bernard Wégria, Jean-François De Sart, Nico Broeckaert, Patrick Gorez, Peter Créve (Alain De Nil 77), Didier Quain, Benoît Thans, Marc Degryse, Didier Beugnies (Jean-Marie Abeels 68), Dirk Goossens
Austria: Franz Wohlfahrt, Gerald Piesinger, Robert Frind, Kurt Garger, Franz Feirer, Manfred Linzmaier, Peter Webora (Andreas Reisinger 65), Manfred Zsak, Jürgen Werner I, Alfred Roscher (Rupert Marko 46), Andreas Spielmann
Antwerpen. Beerschot-Stadion. 1000 spectators. ARB.: Claude Bouillet (France). Yellow cards: Jürgen Werner I, Kurt Garger, Peter Créve, Franz Feirer, Dirk Goossens  
 
14- 4-87 Austria 2-0 Czechoslovakia  
Goals: Jürgen Werner I 23' penalty, Rupert Marko 36'
Austria: Franz Wohlfahrt, Gerald Piesinger, Robert Frind, Kurt Garger, Rudolf Weinhofer,  
Manfred Linzmaier, Manfred Zsak, Robert Idl, Jürgen Werner I (Andreas Heraf 88), Andreas Ogris, Rupert Marko (Gerhard Rodax 68)
Czechoslovakia: Jan Stejskal, Miroslav Janů, Ján Kocian, Jiří Jeslínek, Peter Fieber, Ivo Staš (Rudolf Pavlík 68), Peter Herda, Miloš Belák, Vítězslav Lavička, Miroslav Siva, Viliam Hýravý (Vlastimil Kula 46)
Salzburg. Stadium Lehen. 5600 spectators. ARB.: Georgios Koukoulakis (Greece). Yellow cards: Jiří Jeslínek, Rudolf Weinhofer, Jürgen Werner I
 
12- 5-87 Finland 2-1 Austria
Goals: Marko Myyry 13', Jari Niinimäki 21' / Rupert Marko 90'
Finland: Kari Laukkanen, Jyrki Hännikäinen, Petri Sulonen, Erik Holmgren, Juha Laaksonen, Jari Rinne, Sixten Boström, Marko Myyry, Ilkka Mäkelä, Ismo Lius (Markku Kanerva 75 or 76), Jari Niinimäki (Mika-Matti Paatelainen 68).
Austria: Franz Wohlfahrt, Alexander Sperr, Robert Frind, Kurt Garger, Gerald Piesinger, Manfred Linzmaier, Manfred Zsak, Andreas Roth (Andreas Heraf 46), Robert Idl, Rupert Marko, Andreas Ogris
Pori. Porin Stadion. 3912 spectators. ARB.: Håkan Lundgren (Sweden).
 
3- 6-87 Austria 0-1 Yugoslavia 
Goal: Semir Tuce 45'
Austria: Franz Wohlfahrt, Gerald Piesinger, Robert Frind, Kurt Garger, Franz Feirer, Manfred Linzmaier, Manfred Zsak, Jürgen Werner I, Robert Idl (Rudolf Steinbauer 46), Gerhard Rodax (Walter Knaller 70), Rupert Marko
Yugoslavia: Mauro Ravnić, Refik Šabanadžović, Davor Jozić, Čedomir "Čede" Janevski, Zoran Vulić, Admir Smajić, Dragan Stojković, Srečko Katanec, Toni Savevski, Radmilo Mihajlović, Semir Tuce 
Graz. Stadium Liebenau. 4500 spectators. ARB.: David Syme (Scotland). Yellow cards: Davor Jozić, Manfred Zsak
 
10- 6-87 Finland 0-2 Czechoslovakia           
Goals: Tomaš Skuhravý 43', Peter Fieber 59'
Finland: Kari Laukkanen, Jyrki Hännikäinen, Ilkka Mäkelä, Petri Sulonen, Juha Laaksonen, Jari Rinne, Marko Myyry (Markus Törnvall 60), Pasi Tauriainen (Jari Niinimäki 46), Sixten Boström, Ismo Lius, Mika-Matti Paatelainen.
Czechoslovakia: Jan Stejskal, Július Bielik, Miroslav Kadlec, Ján Kocian, Peter Fieber, Miroslav Janů, Peter Herda, Vítězslav Lavička, Miroslav Siva (Miloš Belák 85), Tomáš Skuhravý, Ľubomír Moravčík (Pavel Korejčík 67 or 68).
Äänekoski. Äänekosken Urheilupuisto. 400 spectators. ARB.: Guðmundur Haraldsson (Iceland).
 
26- 8-87 Yugoslavia 2-1 Austria          
Goals: Dragan Stojković 16' penalty, Srečko Katanec 56' / Paul Perstling 57'
Yugoslavia: Tomislav Ivković, Slobodan Marović, Zoran Vulić, Čedomir "Čede" Janevski, Dragan Stojković, Srečko Katanec (Edin Ćurić 74), Žarko Đurović, Admir Smajić, Semir Tuce, Sead Kajtaz, Radmilo Mihajlović
Austria: Franz Wohlfahrt, Robert Frind (Gerald Piesinger 63), Robert Pecl, Kurt Garger, Franz Feirer, Manfred Linzmaier, Manfred Zsak, Peter Artner, Frank Schinkels, Andreas Ogris(Alfred Drabits 60), Paul Perstling
Maribor. Stadium Ljudski vrt. 7000 spectators. ARB.: Ramos Marcos (Spain). Yellow cards: Slobodan Marović, Žarko Đurović, Manfred Zsak
 
2- 9-87 Yugoslavia 5-0 Finland (first half 4-0)           
Goals: Radmilo Mihajlović 3 goals, Semir Tuce 2 goals
Yugoslavia: Mauro Ravnić, Željko Cupan, Zoran Vulić, Čedomir "Čede" Janevski, Zvjezdan Cvetković, Žarko Đurović, Dejan Savićević, Aljoša Asanović, Semir Tuce (Edin Ćurić), Sead Kajtaz, Radmilo Mihajlović 
Finland: Kari Laukkanen, Erkki Putkonen, Ilkka Mäkelä, Erik Holmgren, Juha Laaksonen, Jari Rinne, Jarmo Alatensiö, Sixten Boström (Tommi Paavola 65), Ismo Lius, Marko Myyry, Jari Niinimäki (Mika-Matti Paatelainen 46).
Banja Luka. Stadium Gradski. ARB.: Vadim Zhuk (USSR). Yellow cards: Erkki Putkonen, Jari Rinne
 
23- 9-87 Czechoslovakia 2-0 Finland          
Goals: Lubomir Moravčik 31', Radek Drulák 48'
Czechoslovakia: Jan Stejskal, Ján Kapko (Vladimír Ekhardt 79), Ján Kocian, Ivo Staš, Peter Fieber, Rudolf Pavlík, Miroslav Janů, Ivan Čabala, Ľubomír Moravčík (Juraj Majoroš 72 or 73), Radek Drulák, Tomáš Skuhravý
Finland : Kari Laukkanen, Markku Kanerva, Ilkka Mäkelä, Petri Sulonen, Erkki Putkonen, Jari Rinne, Erik Holmgren, Petri Tiainen, Jarmo Alatensiö, Ismo Lius (Marko Myyry 81 or 80), Tommi Paavola (Kimmo Tarkkio 65).
Dunajská Streda. DAC Stadion. 4008 spectators. ARB.: Charles Gilson (Luxembourg). Yellow cards: Miroslav Janů, Jari Rinne, Erkki Putkonen
 
24- 9-87 Belgium 2-2 Yugoslavia  (first half 1-0)         
Goals: Francis Severeyns 2 goals / Dejan Savićević, Slobodan Marović or Dejan Savićević, Sead Kajtaz 
Belgium: Gilbert Bodart, Serge-Didier Kimoni, Philippe Albert, Jean-François De Sart, Patrick Gorez, Marc Emmers (Emmanuel Karagiannis), Didier Quain, Bruno Versavel, Hans Christiaens, Luc Nilis (Alain Van Baekel), Francis Severeyns 
Yugoslavia: Tomislav Ivković, Refik Šabanadžović, Slobodan Marović, Miodrag Krivokapić, Čedomir "Čede" Janevski, Vladimir “Vlado” Kasalo, Goran Stevanović (Janko Janković), Žarko Đurović, Dejan Savićević (Anel Karabeg), Sead Kajtaz, Radmilo Mihajlović 
Charleroi. 3000 spectators.  ARB.: Franz Gächter (Switzerland). Yellow cards: Vladimir “Vlado” Kasalo, Philippe Albert
 
7-10-87 Belgium 0-2 Czechoslovakia           
Goals: Ivo Staš 44', Tomaš Skuhravý 78'
Belgium: Gilbert Bodart, Pascal De Vilde (Didier Quain 70), Franky Dekenne, Jean-François De Sart, Serge-Didier Kimoni, Luc Nilis, Hans Christiaens, Patrick Gorez (Alain Van Baekel 46), Emmanuel Karagiannis, Dimitri M'Buyu, Philippe Albert  
Czechoslovakia: Jan Stejskal, Július Bielik, Miroslav Kadlec, Ján Kocian, Peter Fieber, Miroslav Janů, Rudolf Pavlík, Ivo Staš (Miroslav Siva 82), Ľubomír Moravčík, Radek Drulák (Pavel Korejčík 73), Tomaš Skuhravý
Waregem. 2000 spectators. ARB.: Hope (Scotland). 
 
28-10-87 Czechoslovakia 1-0 Yugoslavia           
Goal: Tomaš Skuhravý 87'
Czechoslovakia: Jan Stejskal, Július Bielik, Ján Kocian, Miroslav Kadlec, Peter Fieber, Rudolf Pavlík (Ivo Staš 73), Miroslav Janů, Ivan Čabala, L'ubomir Moravcik, Radek Drulák (Miroslav Siva 57), Tomaš Skuhravý     
Yugoslavia: Vladan Radača, Željko Cupan, Zoran Vulić, Vladimir “Vlado” Kasalo, Čedomir "Čede" Janevski, Goran Stevanović (Goran Vasilijević 84), Dejan Savićević, Dragoljub Brnović, Aljoša Asanović, Zoran Batrović (Vladislav Đukić 79), Predrag Jurić
Prague. Letná Stadium. 2500 spectators. ARB.: J.M.Lartigot (France). Yellow cards: Goran Stevanović, Predrag Jurić, Dragoljub Brnović
 
28-10-87 Belgium 1-0 Finland 
Goal: Johan Schoofs 67'
Belgium: Gilbert Bodart, Serge-Didier Kimoni (Johan Schoofs 46), Pascal Plovie, Jean-François De Sart, Philippe Albert, Marc Emmers, Patrick Gorez, Danny Boffin, Marc Wilmots, Marc Van der Linden, Dimitri M'Buyu (Francis Severeyns 83)
Finland: Kari Laukkanen, Markku Kanerva (Jouko Vuorela 75), Mika Ikävalko, Erik Holmgren, Kari Rissanen, Ilkka Mäkelä, Markus Törnvall (Jarmo Alatensiö 60), Petri Tiainen, Marko Myyry, Ismo Lius, Pasi Tauriainen.
Liège. Stadium FC Liégeois (Jules Georges). 3200 spectators. ARB.: Edgar Azzopardi, J. Zerafa, J. Cassar (Malta).
 
11-11-87 Austria 0-1 Belgium 
Goal: Danny Boffin 72'
Austria: Franz Wohlfahrt, Robert Frind, Peter Schöttel, Alexander Sperr, Peter Artner, Manfred Linzmaier, Jürgen Werner I, Peter Stöger (Manfred Kern 46), Frank Schinkels, Andreas Ogris (Paul Perstling 67), Gerhard Rodax 
Belgium: Gilbert Bodart, Johan Schoofs, Jean-François De Sart, Emmanuel Karagiannis, Philippe Albert, Marc Emmers, Didier Quain, Danny Boffin (Bruno Versavel 90), Alain Petermans, Marc Wilmots (Francis Severeyns 46), Hans Christiaens
or Didier Quain (Bruno Versavel 89)
Linz. Linzer Stadion “Gugl”. 1600 spectators. ARB.: Hill (England)
 
2-12-87 Yugoslavia 4-0 Belgium  (first half 2-0)         
Goals: Davor Jozić 2 goals, Dejan Savićević, Predrag Jurić
Yugoslavia: Vladan Radača, Davor Jozić, Vladimir “Vlado” Kasalo, Miodrag Krivokapić, Čedomir "Čede" Janevski (Robert Prosinečki), Srečko Katanec, Admir Smajić, Dragoljub Brnović, Dejan Savićević, Dragan Jakovljević, Predrag Jurić (Sead Kajtaz)
Belgium: Gilbert Bodart, Marc Emmers, Pascal Plovie, Jean-François De Sart, Geert Emmerechts, Bruno Versavel, Pascal De Vilde, Alain Petermans, Danny Boffin, Marc Van der Linden, Francis Severeyns (Marc Wilmots)
Petrinja. Stadium NK Mladost. 5000 spectators. ARB.: W.Fötkler (Germany). Yellow cards: Dragoljub Brnović, Jean-François de Sart, Marc Angéle Van der Linden, Bruno Versavel, Pascal Plovie
 
12- 4-88 Czechoslovakia 1-0 Austria           
Goal: Vaclav Daněk 77'
Czechoslovakia: Jan Stejskal, Július Bielik, Miroslav Kadlec, Ján Kocian, Peter Fieber, Michal Bílek, Ivo Staš (Viliam Hýravý 60), Ivan Čabala, Ľubomír Moravčík, Miroslav Siva, Tomaš Skuhravý (Vaclav Daněk 68)
Austria: Michael Konsel, Kurt Russ, Peter Schöttel, Robert Pecl, Anton Pfeffer, Peter Artner, Manfred Zsak, Jürgen Werner I, Manfred Kern (Gerald Glatzmayer 66 or 67), Rupert Marko, Gerhard Rodax (Ralph Hasenhüttl 7 or 10)
Nitra. 7617 spectators. ARB.: George Ionescu (Romania). Yellow cards: Manfred Kern, Peter Artner, Moravcik, Michael Konsel, Rupert Marko 
 
27- 4-88 Yugoslavia 1-0 Czechoslovakia   
Goal: Borislav Cvetković 51'
Yugoslavia:  Vladan Radača, Davor Jozić, Žarko Đurović (Predrag Spasić 71), Miodrag Krivokapić, Slobodan Marović, Dragan Stojković, Srečko Katanec, Jovica Nikolić, Dejan Savićević, Dragan Jakovljević, Borislav Cvetković (Gordan Petrić 90)
Czechoslovakia: Jan Stejskal, Július Bielik, Miroslav Kadlec, Ján Kocian, Peter Fieber, Michal Bílek, Viliam Hýravý, Ivo Staš (Radek Drulák 64) , Ľubomír Moravčík, Miroslav Siva (Tomaš Skuhravý 70), Vaclav Daněk
Petrinja. Stadium NK Mladost. 6000 spectators. ARB.: Aleksey Spirin (USSR). Yellow cards: Jovica Nikolić, Viliam Hyravy, Davor Jozić, Michal Bilek
 
18- 5-88 Finland 1-2 Yugoslavia       
Goals: Seppo Nikkilä 12' / Dejan Savićević 38', Dragiša Binić 47'
Finland: Markku Palmroos, Jyrki Hännikäinen, Mika Ikävalko, Petri Sulonen, Erkki Putkonen, Jari Rinne, Markku Kallio (Erkki Valla 53), Jarmo Alatensiö, Tommi Paavola, Ismo Lius, Seppo Nikkilä (Risto Puustinen 75).
Yugoslavia: Vladan Radača, Miodrag Krivokapić, Slobodan Marović, Gordan Petrić, Vladimir “Vlado” Kasalo, Srečko Katanec, Dragoljub Brnović, Zvonimir Boban, Dejan Savićević (Predrag Spasić), Dragan Jakovljević, Dragiša Binić  
Mikkeli. Urheilupuisto (Sportpark). 1500 spectators. ARB.: E.Halle (Norway). Yellow card: Dragoljub Brnović
 
31- 5-88 Austria 0-2 Finland            
Goals: Seppo Nikkilä 64', Ismo Lius 90'
Austria: Michael Konsel, Peter Schöttel, Alexander Sperr (Helmut Sauseng 46), Anton Pfeffer, Peter Artner, Manfred Zsak, Daniel Madlener, Kurt Russ, Andreas Heraf (Jürgen Werner I 56), Gerhard Rodax, Ralph Hasenhüttl
Finland: Kari Laukkanen, Jyrki Hännikäinen, Mika Ikävalko, Reijo Vuorinen, Erkki Putkonen, Erik Holmgren, Mika Aaltonen, Marko Myyry, Jarmo Alatensiö (Jari Rinne 68), Seppo Nikkilä (Ismo Lius 79'), Mika-Matti Paatelainen.
Wolfsberg. 4100 spectators. ARB.: Michel Girard (France). Yellow card: Peter Artner 
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03 Feb 2018, 10:10 #17

Great job. I have just a minor fix about "Marin Magrin", whose exact name is Marino Magrin.

Coming back to the eligibility criteria, if we take a look at Yugoslavia, we can see they fielded Davor Jozić and Dragan Stojković, who had previously appeared during the 1986 World Cup qualifiers. But they were eligible for the Olympic team, because they had played less than 90 minutes.
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03 Feb 2018, 16:09 #18

Luca wrote: Great job. I have just a minor fix about "Marin Magrin", whose exact name is Marino Magrin.
Thank you very much!

Now about group C

 Group C
 1.SWEDEN           8  6  1  1 13- 6 13
 2.Hungary            8  5  1  2 13- 8 11
 3.Spain               8  1  4  3  9-12  6
 4.Ireland             8  1  3  4 10-12  5
 5.France             8  1  3  4  9-16  5


Sources of information:
NÉPSPORT
EL MUNDO DEPORTIVO
ABC (MADRID)
https://www.11v11.com/
http://www.rsssf.com/ 
http://svenskfotboll.se/
http://selectiona.free.fr/affich4.php?c ... on=qjo1988
http://www.bdfutbol.com/es/c/seleccio.html


19-11-86 Spain 1-1 Sweden
Goals: Manuel ZÚÑIGA Fernández 75' / Mats Jingblad 63'
Spain: Juan Carlos ABLANEDO Iglesias, DIEGO Rodríguez Fernández, Manuel SANCHIS Hontiyuelo, Juan Carlos ARTECHE Gómez, Enrique Sánchez Flores “QUIQUE”, “TXETXU” José Ramón GALLEGO Souto, EUSEBIO Sacristán Mena, Manuel ZÚÑIGA Fernández, Roberto Simón MARINA (GABINO Rodríguez Rodríguez 60 or 62), Francisco LLORENTE Gento, José María BAKERO Escudero
Sweden: Sven Andersson, Mats-Ola Carlsson, Peter Lönn, Lars Göran Mikael Arnberg, Björn Kindlund, Martin Holmberg, Deval Eminovski, Ola Svensson, Lars Zetterlund, Mats Jingblad (Magnus Johansson 79 or 78 or 80), Anders Limpar
Madrid. Nuevo Estadio de Vallecas. 20000 spectators. ARB.: Carlos Alberto Silva Valente, Jose Francisco Conceicao Silva, Carlos Alberto Fonseca Esteves (Portugal).
 
19-11-86 Ireland 1-2 Hungary        
Goals: Michael Byrne 57' / Sándor Rostás 65', Sándor Steidl 75' 
Ireland: Alan O'Neill, Harry Kenny, John Coady, Peter Eccles, Alan Harrison, Patrick Byrne, Paul Doolin (Gino Lawless 78), Noel King, Barry Kehoe, T.Gaynor, Michael Byrne   
Hungary: Gábor Zsiborás, István Kozma, Attila Pintér, Árpád Toma, József Keller, István Varga, Sándor Rostás, József Fitos, Tamás Preszeller, János Zsinka (Imre Nagy 59), Imre Boda (Sándor Steidl 73)
Milltown (Dublin). Glenmalure Park. 5000 spectators. ARB.: Howard W.King (Wales). Yellow cards: Patrick Byrne, Árpád Toma, Sándor Steidl
 
4- 2-87 Ireland 2-2 Spain          
Goals: Noel Larkin 25', Michael Byrne 46' / Genar ANDRINÚA Kortabarría 40', Manuel ZÚÑIGA Fernández 70'
Ireland: Alan O'Neill (Dave Henderson 54 or 55), Harry Kenny, Peter Eccles, Patrick Byrne, Kevin Brady, Michael Neville, Paul Doolin, Barry Kehoe, Noel King, Noel Larkin, Michael Byrne
Spain: Francisco BUYO Sánchez, DIEGO Rodríguez Fernández, Genar ANDRINÚA Kortabarría, Manuel SANCHIS Hontiyuelo, Miquel SOLER Sarasols, Jon Andoni LARRAÑAGA Gurrutxaga, Manuel ZÚÑIGA Fernández, Roberto Simón MARINA, Rafael MARTÍN VÁZQUEZ (José María BAKERO Escudero 69), Francisco LLORENTE Gento (Antonio José OREJUELA Rivero 75), RAMÓN Vázquez García
Dublin. Tolka Park. 8000 spectators. ARB.: Alphonse Constantin (Belgium)
 
28- 4-87 France 0-2 Hungary                
Goals: István Vincze 14', Gyula Plotár 62'
France: Pascal Olmeta, Sylvain Kastendeuch, Antoine Kombouaré, Claude Barret, Thierry Laurey, Jacky Paillard (Carlos Lopez 37), Vincent Bracigliano (Philippe Fargeon 66), Bernard Pardo, Thierry Fernier, Stéphane Paille, Patrick Cubaynes
Hungary: József Gáspár, Tibor Farkas, Csaba Vörös, Attila Szalai, József Keller, Rezső Kékesi (Ervin Kovács 46 or 48), Péter Rubold, Sándor Rostás, József Szekeres (Duró József 73), Gyula Plotár, István Vincze
Aix-en-Provence. Stade Georges-Carcassonne. 7000 spectators. ARB.: Nail Midgley (England). Yellow cards: József Keller, Sándor Rostás
 
5- 5-87 Sweden 1-0 Ireland                 
Goal: Ola Svensson 90'
Sweden: Sven Andersson, Sulo Vaattovaara, Peter Lönn, Lars Göran Mikael Arnberg, Björn Kindlund, Thomas Lundmark (Martin Holmberg 64 or 65), Ola Svensson, Anders Limpar, Anders Palmér, Peter Truedsson, Jan Hellström   
Ireland: Alan O'Neill, Harry Kenny, Peter Eccles, Patrick Byrne, Kevin Brady, Michael Neville, Paul Doolin,  Barry Kehoe, Martin Bayly (Noel King 57), Noel Larkin, Michael Byrne (Desmond Gorman 73)
Malmö. Malmö Stadion or Stockholm. Rasunda. 2565 spectators. ARB.: Alex Jacobsen, Ib Nielsen, Holger Hasne (Denmark).
 
13- 5-87 Hungary 2-1 Spain                    
Goals: Gyula Plotár 32', József Dzurják 64' / Rafael MARTÍN VÁZQUEZ 35'
Hungary: Gábor Zsiborás, Tibor Farkas, László Disztl, Ervin Kovács, József Duró (István Kozma 59 or 60), Rezső Kékesi, Sándor Rostás, Péter Rubold, József Szekeres, Gyula Plotár (József Dzurják 59 or 60), István Vincze
Spain: Juan Carlos ABLANEDO Iglesias, Enrique Sánchez Flores “QUIQUE”, Genar ANDRINÚA Kortabarría, LUIS GARCÍA García, DIEGO Rodríguez Fernández, “TXETXU” José Ramón GALLEGO Souto (Lorenzo Juarros García “LOREN” 84 or 85), Manuel ZÚÑIGA Fernández, EUSEBIO Sacristán Mena (Roberto Simón MARINA 72 or 73), Rafael MARTÍN VÁZQUEZ, Ernesto VALVERDE Tejedor, José María BAKERO Escudero
Budapest. Üllői úti stadion. 2000 or 3000 spectators. ARB.: Rosario Lo Bello (Italy). Yellow cards: Manuel ZÚÑIGA Fernández, Péter Rubold, Ervin Kovács, István Vincze
 
3- 6-87 Hungary 2-1 Sweden                    
Goals: Gyula Plotár 26', 47' / Leif Forsberg 17'
Hungary: József Gáspár, Ervin Kovács, Gábor Híres, Attila Szalai (Tibor Farkas 46), Tamás Preszeller, Rezső Kékesi, István Varga, Zsolt Bücs, József Szekeres (István Lehota 58), Gyula Plotár, István Vincze
Sweden: Sven Andersson, Mats-Ola Carlsson, Peter Lönn, Lars Göran Mikael Arnberg, Björn Kindlund, Ola Svensson, Jonas Thern (Martin Holmberg 37 or 36), Mikael Andersson, Lars Zetterlund (Peter Truedsson 62), Magnus Johansson, Leif Forsberg
Budapest. Fáy utcai stadion (or Vasas Stadion). 8000 spectators. ARB.: Heinz Holzmann, Kaupe, Finzinger (Austria). Yellow cards: Magnus Johansson, Tibor Farkas
 
16- 6-87 Sweden 4-2 France                    
Goals: Leif Engqvist 71', 79', Leif Forsberg 84', Jan Hellström 85' / Patrick Cubaynes 8', Bruno Roux 18'
Sweden: Sven Andersson, Mats-Ola Carlsson, Peter Lönn, Björn Kindlund (Dennis Schiller 62 or 52), Martin Holmberg (Anders Palmér 73 or 75), Leif Engqvist, Jonas Thern, Ola Svensson, Magnus Johansson, Leif Forsberg, Jan Hellström
France: Gaëtan Huard, Sylvain Kastendeuch, Antoine Kombouaré, Éric Péan, Luc Sonor, Maurice Bouquet, Bernard Pardo, Jacky Paillard, Fabrice Mège (Thierry Laurey 78), Patrick Cubaynes, Bruno Roux (Laurent Delamontagne 87)
Malmö. Malmö Stadion. 2069 spectators. ARB.: Karl-Heinz Tritschler, W.Wiesel, S.Kröger  (West Germany).  
 
11- 8-87 France 1-1 Ireland                  
Goals: Thierry Fernier 55' / Noel Larkin 17' 
France: Pascal Olmeta, Sylvain Kastendeuch, Antoine Kombouaré, Éric Péan, Claude Lowitz (Jean-Pierre Bade 70), Jacky Paillard, Marcel Dib, Maurice Bouquet, Thierry Fernier, Bruno Roux, Stéphane Paille
Ireland: Alan O'Neill, Harry Kenny, Peter Eccles, Kevin Brady, Michael Neville, Paul Doolin, Gino Lawless, Barry Kehoe, Noel Larkin, Jackie Jameson, John Mannion
Dunkerque. Stade Marcel-Tribut. ARB.: Carlos Alberto Silva Valente (Portugal).
 
26- 8-87 Ireland 0-1 Sweden              
Goal: Jan Hellström 22'
Ireland: Alan O'Neill, Harry Kenny, Kevin Brady, Michael Neville, Paul Doolin, Martin Bayly, Barry Kehoe, Noel Larkin, Jackie Jameson (Kevin Power 74), John Mannion (Gino Lawless 46), Barry Murphy
Sweden: Sven Andersson, Sulo Vaattovaara, Lars Göran Mikael Arnberg, Ola Svensson, Mikael Andersson, Dennis Schiller, Leif Engqvist, Jonas Thern, Lars Zetterlund, Jan Hellström (Anders Palmér 84), Leif Forsberg
Dublin. Dalymount Park. ARB.: John Blankenstein, Ignace van Swieten, Johannes (Hans) Reijgwart (Netherlands). Yellow cards: Ola Svensson, Leif Forsberg
 
9- 9-87 Sweden 1-0 Hungary                   
Goal: Mikael Andersson 44'
Sweden: Sven Andersson, Sulo Vaattovaara, Peter Lönn, Lars Göran Mikael Arnberg, Roland Nilsson, Jonas Thern (Anders Palmér 76 or 75), Leif Engqvist, Mikael Andersson, Anders Limpar, Leif Forsberg, Jan Hellström
Hungary: Gábor Zsiborás, Ervin Kovács, László Disztl, Tibor Balog (József Dzurják 86 or 87), Attila Herédi, Sándor Lippai, Zsolt Bücs (József Szekeres 59), József Fitos, Tamás Preszeller, Gyula Plotár, István Vincze
Örebro. Eyravallen stadion. 6079 spectators. ARB.: Kazimierz Mikołajewski, Michal Listkiewicz, Kazimierz Orłowski (Poland). Yellow card: László Disztl
 
23- 9-87 Sweden 2-0 Spain                      
Goals: Jonas Thern 46', Jan Hellström 57'
Sweden: Sven Andersson, Sulo Vaattovaara, Peter Lönn, Lars Göran Mikael Arnberg, Bjorn Kindlund, Ola Svensson, Mikael Andersson (Anders Palmér 46), Leif Engqvist, Jonas Thern, Leif Forsberg, Jan Hellström (Peter Truedsson 89 or 87)
Spain: José Vicente Fernández BIURRUN, DIEGO Rodríguez Fernández, SERGIO Elías MORGADO Rodríguez, LUIS GARCÍA García, José María LUMBRERAS Paños, “TXETXU” José Ramón GALLEGO Souto, Roberto Simón MARINA (Jon Andoni GOIKOETXEA Lasa 68 or 69), Francisco “PAXTI” SALINAS Fernández, URBANO Ortega Cuadros (Antonio José OREJUELA Rivero 82 or 83), Francisco LLORENTE Gento, RAMÓN Vázquez García
Skellefteå. ARB.: Dušan Krchňák, Zdeněk Havlíček, Štefan Czető (Czechoslovakia). Yellow card: Francisco LLORENTE Gento
 
13-10-87 Spain 1-2 France 
Goals: RAMÓN Vázquez García 18' / Antoine Kombouaré 56', Pascal Pain 76' 
Spain: José Vicente Fernández BIURRUN, DIEGO Rodríguez Fernández, Miquel SOLER Sarasols, Ricardo Jesús SERNA Orozco, SERGIO Elías MORGADO Rodríguez, José María LUMBRERAS Paños, José Ángel Ruiz López “CHOLO”, “TXETXU” José Ramón GALLEGO Souto (Roberto Simón MARINA 87), URBANO Ortega Cuadros, RAMÓN Vázquez García (REYES 68), Manuel Sánchez Delgado “MANOLO”
REYES may be Antonio REYES González
France: Pascal Olmeta, Sylvain Kastendeuch, Antoine Kombouaré, Éric Péan, Jean-Pierre Bade, Pascal Gastien, Fabrice Mège (Patrice Rio 87), Paul Le Guen, Maurice Bouquet, Patrice Garande (Pascal Pain 72), Bruno Roux
Burgos. Estadio Municipal de El Plantío. 10000 spectators. ARB.: Ion Craciunescu (Romania). Yellow cards: Paul Le Guen, Manuel Sánchez Delgado “MANOLO”, Patrice Rio
 
18-11-87 Spain 1-0 Hungary                
Goal: EUSEBIO Sacristán Mena 66' penalty
Spain: José Vicente Fernández BIURRUN, DIEGO Rodríguez Fernández, LUIS GARCÍA García, Ricardo Jesús SERNA Orozco, Jesús Ángel SOLANA Bermejo, Francisco “PAXTI” SALINAS Fernández (EUSEBIO Sacristán Mena 46), Antonio José OREJUELA Rivero, URBANO Ortega Cuadros, Jon Andoni LARRAÑAGA Gurrutxaga, Miguel PARDEZA Pichardo, Manuel Sánchez Delgado “MANOLO” (Michel PINEDA Ozaeta 64)
Hungary: Zsiborás Gábor, István Kozma, Ervin Kovács, László Disztl, Attila Herédi, József Keller, István Varga (Gyula Plotár 82 or 84), István Vincze, Ferenc Mészáros, Sándor Steidl (Pál Fischer 69), Tamás Preszeller
Melilla. Estadio Municipal Álvarez Claro. 10000 or 12000 spectators. ARB.: George Smith (Scotland). Yellow cards: Francisco “PAXTI” SALINAS Fernández, István Kozma, László Disztl
 
18-11-87 Ireland 3-0 France                   
Goals: Peter Eccles 19', Mick Bennett 24', 59'
Ireland: Alan O'Neill, Harry Kenny, Peter Eccles, Patrick Byrne, Kevin Brady, Michael Neville, Barry Kehoe, Dave Barry, Noel Larkin (Jackie Jameson 81), Mick Bennett, J.Hanrahan
France: Pascal Olmeta, Pierre Dréossi, Jean-Pierre Bade, Albert Cartier, Éric Péan, Jacky Paillard, Paul Le Guen, Maurice Bouquet, Thierry Fernier, Patrice Garande, Bruno Roux
Dublin. Dalymount Park. 4000 spectators. ARB.: Siegfried Kirschen (East Germany)
 
23- 3-88 France 1-1 Spain  
Goals: Thierry Fernier 66' / RAMÓN Vázquez García 4'
France: Alain Casanova, Jean-Christophe Thomas, Albert Cartier, Éric Péan, Claude Barret,  Jacky Paillard, Fabrice Mège, Pascal Gastien, Thierry Fernier, Fabrice Henry (Philippe Tibeuf 48 or 49), Patrice Garande
Spain: José Vicente Fernández BIURRUN, Francisco “PAXTI” SALINAS Fernández, Ricardo Jesús SERNA Orozco, LUIS GARCÍA García, Manuel JIMÉNEZ Jiménez, URBANO Ortega Cuadros, Antonio José OREJUELA Rivero, Manuel ZÚÑIGA Fernández, MANUEL Ruiz HIERRO (Luis DE LA FUENTE Castillo 70), RAMÓN Vázquez García, José Ángel Ruiz López “CHOLO” (Manuel PEÑA Escontrela 70)
Le Havre. Stade Jules Deschaseaux. 7000 spectators. ARB.: Dušan Colić (Yugoslavia). Yellow cards: Manuel JIMÉNEZ Jiménez, URBANO Ortega Cuadros
 
27- 4-88 Hungary 2-2 France          
Goals: György Katona 51', Imre Fodor 59' penalty / Bruno Roux 54', Fabrice Mège 56'
Hungary: József Gáspár, Géza Mészöly, Csaba Vörös, József Szalma, Rezső Kékesi, Gábor Sikesdi, Imre Fodor, László Quirikó (Attila Herédi 46), István Görög, Gyula Plotár (Béla Melis 46), György Katona
France: Alain Casanova, Philippe Thys, Albert Cartier, Éric Péan, Jean-Christophe Thomas, Pascal Gastien, Fabrice Mège (Maurice Bouquet 78), Jacky Paillard, Fabrice Henry, Philippe Tibeuf, Bruno Roux (Philippe Prieur 82)
Budapest. Népstadion. 15000 spectators. ARB.: Vassilios Nikakis (Greece).
 
4- 5-88 Hungary 3-1 Ireland          
Goals: Béla Melis 28', György Katona 32', Péter Rubold 88' / Dave Barry 85'
Hungary: Gábor Zsiborás, Attila Gyimesi, László Disztl, Géza Mészöly, Rezső Kékesi, Gábor Sikesdi, László Gyimesi, József Szalma, Imre Fodor (Ferenc Lakatos 46), Béla Melis, György Katona (Péter Rubold 68)
Ireland: Alan O'Neill, Harry Kenny, Noel Larkin (Denis Bonner 46), Michael Neville, Kevin Brady, Dave Barry, Paul Doolin, Patrick Byrne, T.Lynch (P.Dillon 67), Mick Bennett, Desmond Gorman  
Budapest. Népstadion. 3000 spectators. ARB.: Michal Listkiewicz (Poland).  
 
18- 5-88 Spain 2-2 Ireland          
Goals: RAMÓN Vázquez García 42', 61' / Barry Kehoe 17', Noel Larkin 60'
Spain: José Vicente Fernández BIURRUN, Luis María LÓPEZ REKARTE, MANUEL Ruiz HIERRO, Genar ANDRINÚA Kortabarría, Jesús SERNA Orozco, ESTEBAN Gutiérrez Fernández (URBANO Ortega Cuadros 75), Ricardo Antonio Joaquín PARRA Fernández (Miguel PARDEZA Pichardo 68), EUSEBIO Sacristán Mena, RAMÓN Vázquez García, Lorenzo Juarros García “LOREN”, Aitor BEGIRISTAIN Mújika
Ireland: Alan O'Neill, Harry Kenny, Michael Neville, Denis Bonner, Kevin Brady, Paul Doolin, Martin Bayly, Dave Barry, Noel Larkin, Mick Bennett (Desmond Gorman 79), Barry Kehoe
Albacete. Carlos Belmonte. ARB.: Yusuf Namoğlu (Turkey). Yellow card: Michael Neville  
 
25- 5-88 France 1-2 Sweden                    
Goals: Philippe Prieur 40' / Mikael Andersson 45', Peter Lönn 47' penalty
France: Bernard Lama, Philippe Thys (Franck Burnier 73), Albert Cartier, Éric Péan, Jean-Christophe Thomas, Thierry Oleksiak, Jacky Paillard, Fabrice Henry, Loïc Lambert, Philippe Prieur, Christian Bracconi (Philippe Avenet 60)
Sweden: Sven Andersson, Sulo Vaattovaara, Peter Lönn, Lars Göran Mikael Arnberg, Roland Nilsson, Mikael Andersson, Leif Engqvist, Jonas Thern, Joakim Nilsson, Hans Eskilsson, Stefan Pettersson (Jan Hellström 80)
Lens. Stade Felix Bollaert. ARB.: Guðmundur Haraldsson (Iceland). 

HELP ME PLEASE.
I don`t have today only this information about line-ups and substitutions of European teams  in Qualification OG 1988:

Group D 
6- 4-88 Bulgaria 2-0 Switzerland 
Bulgaria: Petar Aleksandrov, Aleksandar Bonchev, others players ?

25- 5-88 Bulgaria 3-1 Turkey 
Turkey: UĞUR Tütüneker, others players ?

Group A

Preliminary Round
12-11-86 Cyprus 1-2 Greece
Cyprus: Savva, others players ?
Greece: Ioanis Samaras, Charis Baniotis, others players ?

10-12-86 Greece 2-0 Cyprus
Greece: Ioanis Samaras, others players ?
Cyprus: all players ?

Final Round
20- 5-87 Greece 0-5 Denmark
Greece: all players ?

22- 9-87 West Germany 3-0 Greece    
Greece: 1 player ?
Yiorgos Georgiadis
Nikolaos Tsiantakis
Iannis Antonopoulos
Stefanos Borbokis (Vassilis Dimitriadis 79)
Economidis (Minas Hantzidis 66)
Iakovos Hatziathanassiou
Thanasis Kanaras
Katsiaounis
Nentidis
Ioanis Samaras

12-12-87 Greece 0-2 West Germany     
Greece: 1 player ?
Vassilis Dimitriadis (Alexoulis 46)
Athanasios Kanaras
Aristidis Karasavidis
Konstandinos Kolomitrusis (Iannis Antonopoulos 34)
Christos Koutropoulos
Hristos Mihail
Panayotis Tsalukidis
Theo Tsiolis
Pagonis Vakalopoulos
Mihail Ziogas

Who has this information?
HELP ME PLEASE.
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03 Feb 2018, 23:23 #19

Some full names of Irish players missing above:

 19-11-86 Ireland 1-2 Hungary - Tommy Gaynor
 18-11-87 Ireland 3-0 France  - Joe Hanrahan
  4- 5-88 Hungary 3-1 Ireland - Tommy Lynch, Paddy Dillon
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08 Feb 2018, 22:00 #20

Who knows in which Stadium, in Praha,
Czechoslovakia - Belgium 2-0 (October 29th, 1986) was played?
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08 Feb 2018, 23:29 #21

Sparta's stadium, 1000 spectators.
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10 Feb 2018, 18:53 #22

Sources of information:
https://www.11v11.com/
http://www.rsssf.com/ 
L'IMPARTIAL
L’EXPRESS
MILLIYET
https://www.fotball.no/
http://www.retro-football.bg/?q=bg/all-books
http://russia-matches.ucoz.ru/index/prt ... tbolu/0-26

Group D 
Preliminary Round
10- 9-86 Liechtenstein 0-10 Switzerland           
Goals: Walter Pellegrini 1', 58', Alain Sutter 4', 43', 64', Philippe Hertig 27', 49', Rene Müller 77', 88', Roger Hegi 80'
Liechtenstein: Horst Marxer, E. Schreiber, Erich Bürzle, J. Seger, R. Kindle, F.(or E.) Meier, Donath Marxer, Modesto Haas, Wolfgang Ospelt, W. Matt (H. Frick 46), Harry Schadler
Switzerland: Roberto Böckli, Rolf Osterwalder, Peter Küffer, Rudolf Landolt, Pierre Thévenaz, Philippe Hertig (Rene Müller 59), Roger Kundert, Roger Hegi, Patrice Mottiez (Martin Müller 46), Alain Sutter, Walter Pelligrini
Triesen. 1000 spectators. ARB.: Helmut Kohl (Austria).
 
23- 9-86 Switzerland 9-0 Liechtenstein            
Goals: Walter Pellegrini 30', 32', 71', Alain Sutter 44', Christophe Bonvin 47', 90', Philippe Hertig 49', Beat Rietmann 60', Roger Hegi 62'
Switzerland: Roberto Böckli, Rolf Osterwalder, Rudolf Landolt, Beat Rietmann, Pierre Thévenaz, Roger Kundert, Walter Pelligrini, Rene Müller (Philippe Hertig 46), Roger Hegi, Martin Müller (Christophe Bonvin 46), Alain Sutter
Liechtenstein: S. Wolfinger, Manfred Büchel, Ralf Öhri, J. Seger, R. Kindle, Erich Bürzle, M. Meier, Wolfgang Ospelt, Manfred Moser, Haymo Haas (W. Matt 83), Harry Schadler
St. Gallen. 700 spectators. ARB.: Karl-Heinz Tritschler (West Germany).
 
Final Round
 1.USSR             8  6  2  0 12- 2 14
 2.Bulgaria         8  4  2  2 13- 5 10
 3.Switzerland      8  2  3  3  8-10  7
 4.Norway           8  0  5  3  1- 7  5
 5.Turkey           8  1  2  5  5-15  4
 
14-10-86 Norway 0-0 USSR 
Norway: Ola By Rise, Rune Bratseth, Tor Inge Smedås, Bård Ivar Bjerkeland, Hugo-André Hansen, Jan Berg, Kjetil Osvold, Vegard Skogheim, Rune Richardsen, Gøran Sørloth (Joar Vaadal 78 or 79), Sten Glenn Håberg
USSR: 
Dmitriy Kharin Дмитрий Харин, 
Gela Ketashvili Гела Кеташвили, 
Valeriy Panchik Валерий Панчик, 
Arkadiy Afanasiyev Аркадий Афанасьев, 
Arvydas Janonis Арвидас Янонис, 
Vladimir Lyutiy Владимир Лютый, 
Yevgeniy Kuznetsov Евгений Кузнецов, 
Yuriy Savichev Юрий Савичев, 
Aleksey Mikhaylichenko Алексей Михайличенко, 
Igor Dobrovolskiy Игорь Добровольский, 
Oleg Morozov Олег Морозов (Sergey Dmitriev Сергей Дмитриев 60)
Oslo. Ullevaal Stadion. 2417 or 7500 spectators. ARB.: John Kinsella (Ireland). Yellow card: Gela Ketashvili Гела Кеташвили
 
8-11-86 Switzerland 1-0 Norway                   
Goal: Martin Müller 55'
Switzerland: Roberto Böckli, Rolf Osterwalder, Ruedi Landolt, Pierre Thévenaz, Roger Kundert (Urs Schönenberger 90), Urs Bamert, Roger Hegi, Rene Müller, Martin Müller, Dario Zuffi (Patrice Mottiez 46), Andy Halter
Norway: Ola By Rise, Hugo-André Hansen, Rune Bratseth, Bård Ivar Bjerkeland, Vegard Skogheim (Kai Lagesen 46), Jan Berg, Kjetil Osvold, Sverre Brandhaug, Per Terje Markussen (Per-Mathias Høgmo 76), Gøran Sørloth, Sten Glenn Håberg
Luzern. Stadion Allmend. 3800 spectators. ARB.: Radu Petrescu (Romania)
 
3-12-86 Turkey 3-2 Switzerland            
Goals: ERDOĞAN Yılmaz 27', ZIYA Doğan 29', 73' / Patrice Mottiez 7', Roger Hegi 80' penalty
Turkey: ERCAN Ertemçöz, ALI Gültiken, İSMAIL Taviş, BÜNYAMIN Süral, RECEP Çetin, SAVAŞ Demiral, UĞUR Tütüneker (YALÇIN 82), ZIYA Doğan, HAKAN Tecimer (DURMUŞ Çolak 46), ORHAN Kapucu, ERDOĞAN Yılmaz 
Switzerland: Roberto Böckli, Rolf Osterwalder, Ruedi Landolt, Urs Bamert, Stefan Marini (Urs Schönenberger 40), Roger Kundert, Roger Hegi, Rene Müller, Martin Müller, Paul Friberg (Christophe Bonvin 65), Patrice Mottiez
Bursa. 8000 spectators. ARB.: Lajos Hartmann (Hungary).
 
15- 4-87 Turkey 0-2 USSR
Goals: Vladimir Lyutiy 23', Igor Dobrovolskiy 70'
Turkey: HAYRETTIN Demirbaş, ŞENOL Ustaömer, MUZAFFER Badalıoğlu, YAŞAR Yiğit, FIKRET Demirer, ALI Gültiken, İSMAIL Taviş, ZIYA Doğan, ORHAN Kapucu, FEYZULLAH Küçük (HAMI Mandıralı 73), HAKAN Tecimer (DURMUŞ Çolak 63)
USSR: 
Dmitriy Kharin Дмитрий Харин, 
Gela Ketashvili Гела Кеташвили, 
Igor Sklyarov Игорь Скляров, 
Yevgeniy Yarovenko Евгений Яровенко, 
Viktor Losev Виктор Лосев, 
Vadim Tishchenko Вадим Тищенко, 
Aleksey Mikhaylichenko Алексей Михайличенко, 
Yuriy Savichev Юрий Савичев, 
Nikolay Savichev Николай Савичев (Aleksandr Borodyuk Александр Бородюк 80), 
Igor Dobrovolskiy Игорь Добровольский, 
Vladimir Lyutiy Владимир Лютый
İzmir. Alsancak Stadium. 15000 spectators. ARB.: Aron Schmidhuber, Manfred Neuner, Gerd Zimmermann (West Germany). Yellow cards: MUZAFFER Badalıoğlu, Vadim Tishchenko Вадим Тищенко
 
16- 4-87 Switzerland 1-1 Bulgaria          
Goals: Christophe Bonvin 28' / Petar Aleksandrov 65'
Switzerland: Joel Corminboeuf, Martin Andermatt, Vincent Fournier, Urs Bamert, Urs Birrer, Roger Kundert, Thomas Bickel (Rene Müller 74), Pascal Besnard, Patrice Mottiez (Martin Müller 62), Dario Zuffi, Christophe Bonvin
Bulgaria: 
Antonio Ananiev Антонио Ананиев (Nikolay Donev Николай Донев 54 or 55), 
Nedyalko Mladenov Недялко Младенов, 
Bogomil Savov Богомил Савов, 
Krasimir Bezinski Красимир Безински, 
Stefan Lakhchiev Стефан Лъхчиев, 
Tachev Пламен Тачев (Eduard Yeranosian Едуард Ераносян 46), 
Hristo Kolev Христо Колев, 
Plamen Lyuboslav Penev Любослав Пенев, 
Petar Aleksandrov Петър Александров, 
Latchezar Tanev Лъчезар Танев, 
Iliya Voynov Илия Войнов
Langenthal. 3100 spectators. ARB.: Jean-Marie Lartigot (France).
 
6- 5-87 Norway 1-1 Turkey          
Goals: Jostein Flo 5' / Nusret Erdi Demir 1'
Norway: Ola By Rise, Trond Sollied, Rune Bratseth, Bård Ivar Bjerkeland, Tor Inge Smedås (Erland Johnsen 63), Rune Richardsen, Kjetil Osvold, Olav Klepp (Per Terje Markussen 46), Vegard Skogheim, Gøran Sørloth, Jostein Flo
Turkey: FATIH Uraz, ALI Gültiken, YAŞAR Yiğit, MUZAFFER Badalıoğlu, KADIR Akbulut, ZIYA Doğan (ŞENOL Ustaömer 75), SAVAŞ Demiral, FIKRET Demirer (EYÜP Taş 80), NUSRET ERDI Demir, ORHAN Kapucu, SERCAN Görgülü
Moss. Melløs stadion. 1344 spectators. ARB.: Kenneth Hope (Scotland).
 
7- 5-87 Bulgaria 0-1 USSR  
Goal: Aleksey Mikhaylichenko 63'
Bulgaria: 
Nikolay Donev Николай Донев, 
Nedyalko Mladenov Недялко Младенов, 
Bogomil Savov Богомил Савов, 
Georgi Karushev Георги Карушев, 
Plamen Tachev Пламен Тачев, 
Krasimir Bezinski Красимир Безински, 
Hristo Kolev Христо Колев, 
Marin Bakalov Марин Бакалов (Hristo Stoichkov Христо Стоичков 65), 
Petar Aleksandrov Петър Александров, 
Latchezar Tanev Лъчезар Танев, 
Vasil Dragolov Васил Драголов (Eduard Yeranosian Едуард Ераносян 46)
USSR: 
Dmitriy Kharin Дмитрий Харин, 
Viktor Losev Виктор Лосев, 
Igor Sklyarov Игорь Скляров, 
Yevgeniy Yarovenko Евгений Яровенко, 
Sergey Fokin Сергей Фокин, 
Vadim Tishchenko Вадим Тищенко, 
Aleksey Mikhaylichenko Алексей Михайличенко, 
Aleksandr Vorobiyov Александр Воробьёв (Vladimir Tatarchuk Владимир Татарчук 46), 
Valeriy Broshin Валерий Брошин,
Igor Dobrovolskiy Игорь Добровольский (Yevgeniy Kuznetsov Евгений Кузнецов 86), 
Vladimir Lyutiy Владимир Лютый
Sofiya. Vasil Levski National Stadium. 12000 spectators. ARB.: Joël Quiniou (France). Yellow card: Plamen Tachev Пламен Тачев. 
 
26- 5-87 Norway 0-0 Bulgaria
Norway: Ola By Rise, Arnfinn Engerbakk, Trond Sollied, Rune Bratseth, Cato Erstad, Vegard Skogheim (Arnt Martin Kortgaard 90 or 89), Arne Møller, Kjetil Osvold, Øivind Husby (Jostein Flo 85), Gøran Sørloth, Sten Glenn Håberg
Bulgaria: 
Antonio Ananiev Антонио Ананиев, 
Pavel Dochev Павел Дочев (Georgi Georgiev Георги Георгиев 82), 
Bogomil Savov Богомил Савов, 
Dimitar Vasev Димитър Васев, 
Zapryan Ivanov Rakov Запрян Иванов Раков, 
Krasimir Bezinski Красимир Безински, 
Yordan Mitev Йордан Митев (Aleksandar Bonchev Александър Бончев 40), 
Plamen Simeonov Пламен Симеонов, 
Petar Aleksandrov Петър Александров, 
Lyuboslav Penev Любослав Пенев, 
Iliya Voynov Илия Войнов
Trondheim. Lerkendal stadion. 4390 spectators. ARB.: Thomas Donnelly (Northern Ireland).
 
12- 8-87 USSR 1-0 Norway                  
Goal: Vladimir Lyutiy 48'
USSR: 
Dmitriy Kharin Дмитрий Харин, 
Viktor Losev Виктор Лосев,
Igor Sklyarov Игорь Скляров, 
Yevgeniy Yarovenko Евгений Яровенко, 
Sergey Fokin Сергей Фокин, 
Aleksey Mikhaylichenko Алексей Михайличенко, 
Vadim Tishchenko Вадим Тищенко, 
Valeriy Broshin Валерий Брошин (Dmitriy Kuznetsov Дмитрий Кузнецов 87), 
Vladimir Tatarchuk Владимир Татарчук (Yuriy Savichev Юрий Савичев 80), 
Igor Dobrovolskiy Игорь Добровольский, 
Vladimir Lyutiy Владимир Лютый
Norway: Ola By Rise, Arnfinn Engerbakk (Kai Lagesen 70 or 72), Trond Sollied, Rune Bratseth, Hugo-André Hansen, Vegard Skogheim, Arne Møller (Carsten Anders Bachke 82), Kjetil Osvold, Rune Richardsen, Gøran Sørloth, Nils Ove Hellvik.
Moscow. Central Stadium Dynamo. 18000 spectators. ARB.: Rune Larsson (Sweden).
 
26- 8-87 Norway 0-0 Switzerland
Norway: Ola By Rise, Arnfinn Engerbakk, Trond Sollied, Erland Johnsen, Hugo-André Hansen, Øivind Husby (Rune Richardsen 15), Vegard Skogheim, Børre Meinseth (Carsten Anders Bachke 80), Gøran Sørloth, Jan Kristian Fjærestad, Nils Ove Hellvik
Switzerland: Joel Corminboeuf, Fredy Grossenbacher, Stefan Marini, Urs Bamert, Urs Birrer, Roger Kundert, René Müller, Thomas Bickel, Martin Müller (Reto Gertschen 74), Robert Du Buisson, Dario Zuffi
Tromsø. Alfheim stadion. 4018 spectators. ARB.: Eero Aho (Finland).
 
7-10-87 Switzerland 2-0 Turkey                  
Goals: Martin Müller 38', Kubilay Türkyilmaz 84'
Switzerland: Jean-Claude Milani, Martin Andermatt, Philippe Hertig, Urs Bamert, Urs Birrer, Martin Müller, Roger Kundert, Thomas Bickel (René Müller 59), Pascal Besnard, Kubilay Türkyilmaz, Dario Zuffi (Reto Gertschen 79)
Turkey: FATIH Uraz, EYÜP Taş, KADIR Akbulut, FUAT, YAŞAR Yiğit, ŞENOL Ustaömer (BEYHAN Çalışkan 81), ALI Gültiken, ZIYA Doğan, AHMET (ORHAN Kapucu 65), FIKRET Demirer, SERCAN Görgülü 
Zürich. 4450 spectators. ARB.: Paolo Bergamo, Lo Bello, Magni (Italy).
 
28-10-87 Switzerland 2-4 USSR
Goals: Kubilay Türkyilmaz 16', Roger Kundert 55' / Vladimir Lyutiy 36', Igor Dobrovolskiy 65' penalty, Stanislovas (Stasys) Baranauskas 79', 83'
Switzerland: Jean-Claude Milani, Martin Andermatt, Urs Bamert, Urs Birrer, Martin Müller, Philippe Hertig, Roger Kundert, Blaise Piffaretti (Reto Gertschen 56 or 57), Pascal Besnard (René Müller 46 or 50), Robert Du Buisson, Kubilay Turkyilmaz
USSR: 
Dmitriy Kharin Дмитрий Харин, 
Gela Ketashvili Гела Кеташвили, 
Igor Sklyarov Игорь Скляров, 
Aleksey Cherednik Алексей Чередник, 
Sergey Fokin Сергей Фокин, 
Aleksey Mikhaylichenko Алексей Михайличенко, 
Vadim Tishchenko Вадим Тищенко, 
Yevgeniy Kuznetsov Евгений Кузнецов, 
Vladimir Tatarchuk Владимир Татарчук (Arminas Narbekovas Арминас Нарбековас 68), 
Igor Dobrovolskiy Игорь Добровольский, 
Vladimir Lyutiy Владимир Лютый (Stanislovas (Stasys) Baranauskas Станисловас Баранаускас 77)
Lausanne. Stade Olympique de la Pontaise. 11000 or 2000 spectators. ARB.: Joseph Bertram Worrall (England). 
 
14-11-87 Bulgaria 4-0 Norway          
Goals: Stoycho Stoev 2' (or 12'), 24', Aleksandar Bonchev 68', Lyuboslav Penev 71'
Bulgaria: 
Plamen Nikolov Пламен Николов, 
Iliyan Kiryakov Илиян Киряков, 
Pavel Dochev Павел Дочев, 
Dimitar Vasev Димитър Васев, 
Zapryan Ivanov Rakov Запрян Иванов Раков, 
Kostadin Yanchev Костадин Янчев, 
Yordan Mitev Йордан Митев (Aleksandar Bonchev Александър Бончев 36), 
Kiril Metkov Кирил Метков (Krasimir Balakov Красимир Балъков 71), 
Lyuboslav Penev Любослав Пенев, 
Ivaylo Kirov Ивайло Киров, 
Stoycho Stoev Стойчо Стоев
Norway: Ola By Rise, Hugo-André Hansen, Trond Sollied, Erland Johnsen, Gunnar Halle, Børre Meinseth (Jan Åge Fjørtoft 46), Tom Gulbrandsen (Bent Skammelsrud 73 or 82), Nils Ove Hellvik, Karl-Petter Løken, Jan Kristian Fjærestad, Carsten Anders Bachke
Sofiya. Stadium 9 Septemvri stadion. 5000 spectators. ARB.: Kostas Kapsos (Cyprus).
 
18-11-87 Turkey 0-0 Norway
Turkey: FATIH Uraz, İSMAIL Taviş, GÖKHAN Keskin, YAŞAR Yiğit, KADIR Akbulut, ZIYA Doğan, SAVAŞ Demiral, UĞUR Tütüneker, NUSRET ERDI Demir (FIKRET Demirer 61), FEYZULLAH Küçük (OĞUZ Çetin 82), KAYHAN Kaynak
Norway: Ola By Rise, Arnfinn Engerbakk, Trond Sollied, Erland Johnsen, Gunnar Halle, Tom Gulbrandsen, Kjetil Rekdal, Karl-Petter Løken (Hugo-André Hansen 76), Jan Kristian Fjærestad (Børre Meinseth 82), Nils Ove Hellvik, Jan Åge Fjørtoft.
Ankara. 19 Mayıs Stadyumu. 11000 spectators. ARB.: Ovadia Ben Itzhak, Ovadia Zvi,  Halim Lipkovitz (Israel)
 
9-12-87 Turkey 0-3 Bulgaria 
Goals: Luboslav Penev 19', Stoycho Stoev 30', Georgi Georgiev 83'
Turkey: ALPTEKIN Nazifoğlu, RECEP Çetin, İSMAIL Taviş, YAŞAR Yiğit, ŞENOL Ustaömer, FEYZULLAH Küçük (HAKAN Tecimer), MUHAMMED or also MEHMET, AVNI Okumuş (OĞUZ Çetin), ZIYA Doğan, ORHAN Kapucu, KAYHAN Kaynak
Bulgaria: 
Plamen Nikolov Пламен Николов, 
Krasimir Bezinski Красимир Безински, 
Bogomil Savov Богомил Савов, 
Dimitar Vasev Димитър Васев, 
Zapryan Ivanov Rakov Запрян Иванов Раков, 
Kostadin Yanchev Костадин Янчев,
Ivaylo Kirov Ивайло Киров (Kiril Metkov Кирил Метков 83), 
Georgi Georgiev Георги Георгиев, 
Lyuboslav Penev Любослав Пенев, 
Hristo Kolev Христо Колев (Aleksandar Bonchev Александър Бончев 78), 
Stoycho Stoev Стойчо Стоев
Konya. 20000 spectators. ARB.: Horst Brummeier (Austria). Yellow cards: ALPTEKIN Nazifoğlu, AVNI Okumuş, ORHAN Kapucu, Lyuboslav Penev Любослав Пенев
 
6- 4-88 Bulgaria 2-0 Switzerland 
Goals: Petar Aleksandrov 20', Aleksandar Bonchev Александър Бончев 36'
Bulgaria: 
Antonio Ananiev Антонио Ананиев (Miroslav Mitev Мирослав Митев 58), 
Krasimir Bezinski Красимир Безински, 
Bogomil Savov Богомил Савов, 
Georgi Karushev Георги Карушев, 
Trifon Ivanov Трифон Иванов, 
Kostadin Yanchev Костадин Янчев, 
Aleksandar Bonchev Александър Бончев, 
Georgi Georgiev Георги Георгиев (Kiril Metkov Кирил Метков 46), 
Petar Aleksandrov Петър Александров, 
Ivaylo Kirov Ивайло Киров, 
Vasil Dragolov Васил Драголов
Switzerland: Jean-Claude Milani, Fredy Grossenbacher, Philippe Hertig, Daniel Fasel, Jürg Wittwer (Herbert Baumann 46), Thomas Wyss, Thomas Bickel, Martin Andermatt, Dario Zuffi (Alain Sutter 56), Kubilay Türkyilmaz, Christophe Bonvin
Sofiya. Stadium Vasil Levski. 5000 or 8000 spectators. ARB.: Tullio Lanese (Italy).
 
6- 4-88 USSR 2-0 Turkey      
Goals: Yuriy Savichev 36', Aleksandr Borodyuk 86'
USSR: 
Dmitriy Kharin Дмитрий Харин, 
Gela Ketashvili Гела Кеташвили, 
Igor Sklyarov Игорь Скляров, 
Aleksey Cherednik Алексей Чередник, 
Viktor Losev Виктор Лосев, 
Yevgeniy Kuznetsov Евгений Кузнецов, 
Yuriy Savichev Юрий Савичев (Sergey Gorlukovich Сергей Горлукович 67), 
Aleksey Mikhaylichenko Алексей Михайличенко, 
Aleksandr Borodyuk Александр Бородюк, 
Igor Dobrovolskiy Игорь Добровольский, 
Vladimir Lyutiy Владимир Лютый (Valdas Ivanauskas Вальдас Иванаускас 46).
Turkey: ADNAN Erkan, RECEP Çetin, ŞENOL Ustaömer, GÖKHAN Gedikali, MÜCAHIT Yalçıntaş, GÖKHAN Keskin, OĞUZ Çetin, NECAT Barut, YÜCEL Uyar, ALI Gültiken, HAMI Mandıralı (HAYRETTIN Kılıç 72)
Simferopol. Stadium Lokomotiv. 23650 spectators. ARB.: Timo Heltonen (Finland).
 
27- 4-88 USSR 2-0 Bulgaria      
Goals: Aleksey Mikhaylichenko 41', Yevgeniy Kuznetsov 72'
USSR: 
Dmitriy Kharin Дмитрий Харин, 
Gela Ketashvili Гела Кеташвили, 
Igor Sklyarov Игорь Скляров, 
Aleksey Cherednik Алексей Чередник, 
Viktor Losev Виктор Лосев (Yevgeniy Kuznetsov Евгений Кузнецов 68 or 67), 
Sergey Gorlukovich Сергей Горлукович, 
Yevgeniy Yarovenko Евгений Яровенко, 
Valdas Ivanauskas Вальдас Иванаускас (Vladimir Tatarchuk Владимир Татарчук 77 or 78), 
Aleksey Mikhaylichenko Алексей Михайличенко, 
Igor Dobrovolskiy Игорь Добровольский, 
Aleksandr Borodyuk Александр Бородюк
Bulgaria: 
Antonio Ananiev Антонио Ананиев, 
Krasimir Bezinski Красимир Безински, 
Bogomil Savov Богомил Савов, 
Georgi Karushev Георги Карушев (Petar Aleksandrov Петър Александров 50), 
Georgi or Trifon Ivanov Георги or Трифон Иванов,
Dimitar Vasev Димитър Васев, 
Aleksandar Bonchev Александър Бончев (Ivan Kochev Иван Кочев 73 or 75), 
Iliyan Kiryakov Илиян Киряков, 
Lyuboslav Penev Любослав Пенев, 
Vasil Dragolov Васил Драголов, 
Hristo Stoichkov Христо Стоичков
Simferopol. Stadium Lokomotiv. 23600 spectators. ARB.: David Syme (Scotland). Yellow cards: Sergey Gorlukovich Сергей Горлукович, Yevgeniy Yarovenko Евгений Яровенко, Georgi or Trifon Ivanov Георги or Трифон Иванов
 
10- 5-88 USSR 0-0 Switzerland   
USSR: 
Dmitriy Kharin Дмитрий Харин, 
Viktor Losev Виктор Лосев, 
Igor Sklyarov Игорь Скляров, 
Aleksey Cherednik Алексей Чередник, 
Yevgeniy Yarovenko Евгений Яровенко, 
Sergey Gorlukovich Сергей Горлукович, 
Stanislovas (Stasys) Baranauskas Станисловас Баранаускас, 
Valdas Ivanauskas Вальдас Иванаускас (Yevgeniy Kuznetsov Евгений Кузнецов 46), 
Aleksey Mikhaylichenko Алексей Михайличенко, 
Igor Dobrovolskiy Игорь Добровольский, 
Aleksandr Borodyuk Александр Бородюк (Vladimir Tatarchuk Владимир Татарчук 62).
Switzerland: Jean-Claude Milani, Urs Fischer, Thomas Hengartner, Stéphane Bissig, Thomas Tschuppert, René Müller, Blaise Piffaretti, Thomas Wyss (Daniel Fasel 46 or 48), Thomas Bickel (Fredy Grossenbacher 60 or 65), Pierre-André Schürmann, Christophe Bonvin
Moscow. Central Stadium Dynamo. 10500 spectators. ARB.: Gérard Biguet (France). Yellow card: Aleksey Cherednik Алексей Чередник
 
25- 5-88 Bulgaria 3-1 Turkey 
Goals: Vasil Dragolov 11', 15', Petar Mikhtarski 54' / UĞUR Tütüneker 55'
Bulgaria: 
Antonio Ananiev Антонио Ананиев, 
Dimitar Mladenov Димитър Младенов, 
Bogomil Savov Богомил Савов, 
Krasimir Bezinski Красимир Безински, 
Dinko Gospodinov Динко Господинов, 
Kostadin Yanchev Костадин Янчев, 
Vasil Dragolov Васил Драголов, 
Kiril Metkov Кирил Метков, 
Petar Aleksandrov Петър Александров, 
Georgi Georgiev Георги Георгиев (Nikolay Todorov Николай Тодоров 62), 
Petar Mihtarski Петър Михтарски (Aleksandar Bonchev Александър Бончев 89)
Turkey: FATIH Uraz, RECEP Çetin, ŞENOL Ustaömer, GÖKHAN Gedikali, MÜCAHIT Yalçıntaş, GÖKHAN Keskin (MÜFIT İkizoğlu 76), UĞUR Tütüneker, OĞUZ Çetin, ZEKI Önatlı, YÜCEL Çolak (BEYHAN Çalışkan 55), SERCAN Görgülü
Blagoevgrad. Hristo Botev Stadium. 2000 spectators. ARB.: José Veiga Trigo (Portugal).


HELP ME PLEASE.
I don`t have today only this information about line-ups and substitutions of European teams  in Qualification OG 1988:

Group A

Preliminary Round
12-11-86 Cyprus 1-2 Greece
Cyprus: Savva, others players ?
Greece: Ioannis Samaras, Charis Baniotis, others players ?

10-12-86 Greece 2-0 Cyprus
Greece: Ioannis Samaras, others players ?
Cyprus: all players ?

Final Round
20- 5-87 Greece 0-5 Denmark
Greece: all players ?

22- 9-87 West Germany 3-0 Greece    
Greece: 1 player ?
Yiorgos Georgiadis
Nikolaos Tsiantakis
Iannis Antonopoulos
Stefanos Borbokis (Vassilis Dimitriadis 79)
Economidis (Minas Hantzidis 66)
Iakovos Hatziathanassiou
Thanasis Kanaras
Katsiaounis
Nentidis
Ioannis Samaras

12-12-87 Greece 0-2 West Germany     
Greece: 1 player ?
Vassilis Dimitriadis (Alexoulis 46)
Athanasios Kanaras
Aristidis Karasavidis
Konstandinos Kolomitrusis (Iannis Antonopoulos 34)
Christos Koutropoulos
Hristos Mihail
Panayotis Tsalukidis
Theo Tsiolis
Pagonis Vakalopoulos
Mihail Ziogas

Who has this information?
HELP ME PLEASE.
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11 Feb 2018, 10:18 #23

Antikov wrote:  
5- 5-87 Sweden 1-0 Ireland                 
Goal: Ola Svensson 90'
Sweden: Sven Andersson, Sulo Vaattovaara, Peter Lönn, Lars Göran Mikael Arnberg, Björn Kindlund, Thomas Lundmark (Martin Holmberg 64 or 65), Ola Svensson, Anders Limpar, Anders Palmér, Peter Truedsson, Jan Hellström   
Ireland: Alan O'Neill, Harry Kenny, Peter Eccles, Patrick Byrne, Kevin Brady, Michael Neville, Paul Doolin,  Barry Kehoe, Martin Bayly (Noel King 57), Noel Larkin, Michael Byrne (Desmond Gorman 73)
Malmö. Malmö Stadion or Stockholm. Rasunda. 2565 spectators. ARB.: Alex Jacobsen, Ib Nielsen, Holger Hasne (Denmark).
 
According to the match programme, it was played at Malmö Stadion at 19:00.
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11 Feb 2018, 13:20 #24

According to:
-Almanacco del calcio 1988
and
-RSSSF
it was played in Stockholm (Solna- Rasunda Stadion)
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11 Feb 2018, 23:45 #25

The "Irish Times" reports before and after the match clarify that the match was in Malmö. 
Goal: Ola Svensson 90+2'
ROI: O'Neill, Kenny, Eccles, Neville, Brady, Doolin, Bayly (King 60'), P.Byrne, Kehoe, Larkin, M.Byrne (Gorman 70').
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12 Feb 2018, 19:18 #26

This edition of the Olympic Games was in my opinion important because, for the last time, it saw the participation of proper “A” national teams. Countries from CONCACAF, CAF, AFC and OFC were allowed to send their strongest squads if they wished, as their World Cup players weren't barred from competing. On the other hand, countries from UEFA and CONMEBOL were obliged not to call up their World Cup players and were therefore understrength, but this is well-known.

The last time in which Europe could employ their “A” teams in an Olympic tournament was in 1976. But not all the European countries, only the communist ones, because World Cup players were eligible, but only if they were amateurs. And in such countries footballers were amateurs.
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12 Feb 2018, 20:01 #27

Just to add, in women's football "A" teams are permitted all round.
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12 Feb 2018, 21:28 #28

Also  in 1984 "A" teams from CONCACAF, AFC, CAF and OFC were allowed (ignored by Mexico). 
 
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14 Feb 2018, 10:52 #29

Also El Salvador employed a "non-A" team during the 1984 qualifiers.
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14 Feb 2018, 18:16 #30

Antikov wrote:HELP ME PLEASE.
I don`t have today only this information about line-ups and substitutions of European teams  in Qualification OG 1988:

10-12-86 Greece 2-0 Cyprus
Greece: Ioannis Samaras, others players ?

Final Round
20- 5-87 Greece 0-5 Denmark
Greece: all players ?
10-12-86 Greece 2-0 Cyprus
Goals: Samarás 72' 76'
Greece: Τερζή, Βασιλείου, Κολομητρούση, Μπανιώτη (Καναρά 78'), Πεπέ, Τζιόλα, Τσαλουχίδη, Μπονόβα (Λευκόπουλο 82'), Αναστασιάδη, Νόμπλια, Σαμαρά
(spellings from newspaper)
Coach: Παπαποστόλου
Ref: Pieri (Italy)

20- 5-87 Greece 0-5 Denmark        [Livadhiá]
Greece: Μανίκα, Βασιλείου, Κολομητρούση, Πεππέ (Χατζηαθανασίου 46'), Μπανιώτη, Μπονόβα, Τζόλα, Νόμπλια, Δίντσικο, Τσαλουχίδη, Αναστασιάδη (Καναρά 46').


Source: "I Kathimeriní" (newspaper)
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14 Feb 2018, 20:47 #31

Thank you very much.

Since there is  today no other way to find unknown information on Greece, please open this site.

https://el.wikipedia.org/wiki/%CE%9F%CE ... %8E%CE%BD)

Not all the information on this site can be correct, but I can determine which Greek players could play in those matches where the information on Greece is not known to me if you find in the Greek newspapers information about the composition of the Greeks in the following matches:
28/1/1987: Ελλάδα - Ουγγαρία 2-1 
25/4/1987: Ελλάδα - Βουλγαρία 3-2 
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14 Feb 2018, 21:11 #32

This "reverse engineering" would first assume that the info on Wikipedia is all correct and consistent.  Maybe if you add some  known lineups to Greek wikipedia, someone else may edit the page and add the missing ones?

There used to be a partial archive of the Greek "Athletic News" online, does anybody know what happened to it?
http://www.athlitikihxo.gr/
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14 Feb 2018, 21:24 #33

Antikov wrote:HELP ME PLEASE.
I don`t have today only this information about line-ups and substitutions of European teams  in Qualification OG 1988:

Group D 
6- 4-88 Bulgaria 2-0 Switzerland 
Bulgaria: Petar Aleksandrov, Aleksandar Bonchev, others players ?
I know you have since found this lineup from Bulgarian books, but meanwhile I found this anyway:
Goals: Aleksandrov 20', Bonchev 36'
Bulg: Ananiev (Mitev), Bezinski, Savov, Karushev, Ivanov, Yanchev, Bonchev, Georgiev (Metkov), Aleksandrov, Kirov, Dragolov.
Switz: Milani, Hertih, Fazel, Vidmer (Vauman), Grosenbaher, Andermat, Tsufi (Suter), Wis, Tyurkelmas, Bikel, Bonvin.


Source: "Rabotnichesko Delo" (Sofiya newspaper)
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14 Feb 2018, 22:25 #34

In Wikipedia, general information about the Greek Olympic team-1988 in 10 official and 5 friendlies games. Now I will give the information that I have on 3 of 5 friendlies games (2 matches of the Greeks with Italy from LA STAMPA and 1 match with East Germany from DIE NEUE FUSSBALLWOCHE FUWO). If I find out information from a Greek newspaper, the composition of the Greeks in 2 others friendlies games (28/1/1987 Greece-Hungary 2-1, 25/4/1987 Greece-Bulgaria 3-2), then I can use the exclusion method to determine, how many official matches (from Wikipedia) played every Greek in the qualifying tournament of the 1988 Olympic games.

Then I can use the exclusion method to determine how many matches were played by every Greek in the 1988 Olympic Games qualifier in these matches, information about which I do not know today (Cyprus-Greece 1-2 and one unknown player in each of the 2 matches West Germany-Greece). Unfortunately, there is no other way out today.
Greece GDR olympic 1988.PNG
Greece Italy  january 1987 olympic.PNG
Italy Greece october 1987 olympic.PNG
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14 Feb 2018, 22:59 #35

I understood already what you meant (exclusion), but I think that this method is rather unreliable particularly when applied over a set of 15 games.  It relies too much on the Wikipedia list being complete and correct.   It may be better to leave gaps - then someone with better Greek sources could provide the info later...

You could instead try to contact the author of the wikipedia file, or another Greek researcher.
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15 Feb 2018, 19:26 #36

HELP ME PLEASE.
I don`t have today only this information about line-ups and substitutions of European teams  in Qualification OG 1988:

Group A

Preliminary Round

12-11-86 Cyprus 1-2 Greece        
Cyprus: all players ?
Greece: Βασιλείου Vasiliou, Πεππές Peppes,  Μπανιώτης Baniotis, Σαμαράς Samaras,  others players ?

10-12-86 Greece 2-0 Cyprus 
Cyprus: all players ?

Who has this information?

Who has information about line-ups and substitutions of the Greeks in 2 friendlies games: 
28/1/1987 Greece-Hungary 2-1, 25/4/1987 Greece-Bulgaria 3-2 ?

Today I managed to find all the information on the line-ups and substitutions of the teams in the final round of the group A. I do not have all the information about the line-ups and substitutions of the teams in the preliminary round of the group A. I hope that somebody will someday find all the information about the line-ups and substitutions teams in the preliminary round of group A. My information about Greece needs further work. I hope that people will be able to find information about the line-ups and substitutions of the Greeks in Greek newspapers and write about it here. Then I will correct what is now in my message, and I will also fix the spelling of Greek names and surnames.

Sources of information:
https://www.11v11.com/
http://www.rsssf.com/ 
https://eu-football.info/_matches.php
http://www.wikiliga.pl/liga/index.php?t ... je_IO_1988
FRANKFURTER ALLGEMEINE ZEITUNG
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DZIENNIK POLSKI
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Group A 
Preliminary Round
12-11-86 Cyprus 1-2 Greece       
Goals: Savva / Ioannis Samaras 54΄, Charis Baniotis 64΄
Cyprus:
Greece:  
Lemesos.
 
10-12-86 Greece 2-0 Cyprus
Goals: Ioannis Samaras 72΄, 77΄
Greece: Τερζής Terzis, Βασιλείου Vasiliou, Κώστας Κολομητρούσης Kostas Kolomitrousis, Χάρης Μπανιώτης Charis Baniotis (Θανάσης Καναράς Thanasis Kanaras 78), Πεππές Peppes, Θ. Τζιόλας Tsiolas, Γιώτης Τσαλουχίδης Panagiotis Tsaloukhidis, Ανδρέας Μπονόβας Andreas Bonovas (Τάσος Λευκόπουλος Anastasios Lefkopoulos 82'), Αναστασιάδης Anastasiadis, Νίκος Νιόπλιας Nikolaos "Nikos" Nioplias, Γιάννης Σαμαράς Ioannis Samaras
Cyprus:
Thessaloniki. ARB.: Pieri (Italy).
 
Final Round
 1.WEST GERMANY     8  5  2  1 16- 4 12
 2.Denmark                    8  5  1  2 23- 5 11
 3.Poland                       8  4  2  2 11-10 10
 4.Romania                    8  2  1  5  5-17  5
 5.Greece                      8  1  0  7  4-23  2
 
18- 4-87 Romania 1-0 West Germany  
Goal: Gavril Balint 2'
Romania: Gheorghe Liliac, Mihail Marian, Miodrag Belodedici, Adrian Bumbescu, Anton Weissenbacher, Lucian Bălan (Ion Varga 73), Zsolt Muzsnay (Mihail Majearu 89), Tudorel Cristea, Ion Kramer, Septimiu Câmpeanu, Gavril Balint
West Germany: Werner Vollack, Paul Steiner, Alois Reinhardt, Günther Schäfer, Wolfgang Funkel, Roland Grahammer, Michael Zorc, Christian Schreier, Hans-Peter Lehnhoff (Stefan Engels 62), Norbert Dickel (Fritz Walter 78), Jürgen Klinsmann
Cluj-Napoca. 12000 spectators. ARB.: Robert Matušík (Czechoslovakia).
 
20- 5-87 Greece 0-5 Denmark         
Goals: Flemming Povlsen 12', Claus Nielsen 16', 27', Ulrik Moseby 77', Kim Vilfort 79'
Greece: Αντώνης Μανίκας Antonis Manikas, Βασιλείου Vasiliou, Κώστας Κολομητρούσης Kostas Kolomitrousis, Πεππές Peppes (Ιάκωβος Χατζηαθανασίου Iakovos Hatziathanasiou 46), Χάρης Μπανιώτης Charis Baniotis, Ανδρέας Μπονόβας Andreas Bonovas, Θ. Τζιόλας Tsiolas, Νίκος Νιόπλιας Nikolaos "Nikos" Nioplias, Γιάννης Δίντσικος Ioannis Dintsikos, Γιώτης Τσαλουχίδης Panagiotis Tsaloukhidis, Αναστασιάδης Anastasiadis (Θανάσης Καναράς Thanasis Kanaras 46)
Denmark: Peter Schmeichel, Bjørn Kristensen, Lars Olsen, Kent Nielsen, Jan Bartram (Johny Hansen 83), Ulrik Moseby, Pierre Larsen, John Jensen, John Lauridsen, Claus Nielsen, Flemming Povlsen (Kim Vilfort 74) 
Livadhiá. Municipal Stadium. 5000 spectators. ARB.: Itzhak Ben Itzhak (Israel). Yellow card: Flemming Povlsen
 
20- 5-87 Romania 0-0 Poland 
Romania: Gheorghe Liliac, Marian Mihail, Adrian Bumbescu, Anton Weissenbacher, Marian Rada, Lucian Bălan, Constantin Stancu, Mihail Majearu, Zsolt Muzsnay (Imre Bíró 60), Claudiu Vaișcovici (Ioan Cojocaru 70), Gavril Balint
Poland: Józef Wandzik, Jacek Grembocki, Piotr Piekarczyk, Marek Piotrowicz, Janusz Góra, Leszek Kosowski (Eugeniusz Ptak 86), Kazimierz Sokołowski, Krzysztof Iwanicki, Tadeusz Świątek, Krzysztof Warzycha (Robert Warzycha 75), Marek Leśniak
Cluj-Napoca. ARB.: Vladimir Kuznetsov (USSR).
 
10- 6-87 Denmark 8-0 Romania                  
Goals: Claus Nielsen 6', 66', 83', Ulrik Moseby 28', Bjørn Kristensen 30', Lars Olsen 51', Flemming Povlsen 77', John Jensen 79'
Denmark: Peter Schmeichel, Bjørn Kristensen, Lars Olsen, Kent Nielsen, Per Steffensen, Ulrik Moseby, Pierre Larsen (Carsten Pedersen 75), John Jensen, John Lauridsen, Claus Nielsen, Flemming Povlsen       
Romania: Gheorghe Liliac, Ion Adrian Zare, Dorian Ştefan, Miodrag Belodedici, Anton Weissenbacher, Lucian Bălan (Ion Varga 42 or 43), Zsolt Muzsnay, Lică Movilă, Tudorel Cristea, Claudiu Vaişcovici (Ioan Cojocaru 78), Ion Kramer
Aalborg. Aalborg Stadion. 10300 spectators. ARB.: Dimitar Sharlachki (Bulgaria).
 
3- 9-87 Romania 1-2 Denmark
Goals: Gavril Balint 84' penalty / Kent Nielsen 20', Lars Olsen 68'
Romania: Dumitru Stângaciu, Mihail Marian, Miodrag Belodedici, Adrian Bumbescu, Gheorghe Popescu, Augustin Eduard, Dănuţ Lupu, Iosif Rotariu (Zsolt Muzsnay 57), Zoltán Kádár, Ioan Cojocaru, Gavril Balint
Denmark: Peter Schmeichel, Bjørn Kristensen, Lars Olsen, Kent Nielsen, Per Steffensen, Ulrik Moseby, John Helt, John Jensen (Keld Bordinggaard 58), Jan Bartram, Claus Nielsen (Kim Vilfort 46), Michael Manniche
Bacău. Stadionul Municipal. 15000 spectators. ARB.: Einar Halle (Norway).  
 
22- 9-87 West Germany 3-0 Greece   
Goals: Frank Mill 16', 86', Wolfram Wuttke 63'
West Germany: Andreas Köpke, Roland Grahammer, Wolfgang Funkel, Ulrich Borowka, Günther Schäfer, Michael Zorc, Rudolf Bommer, Christian Schreier, Wolfram Wuttke (Dirk Bakalorz 77), Jürgen Klinsmann (Fritz Walter 61), Frank Mill  
Greece: Αλέκος Κατσιαούνης Alekos Katsiaounis, Χατζηνικολάου Hatzinikolaou, Θανάσης Καναράς Thanasis Kanaras, Αντωνόπουλος Iannis Antonopoulos, Νίκος Νεντίδης Nikos Nentidis, Γιώργος Σ. Γεωργιάδης Georgios or Yiorgos Georgiadis Georgiadis, Στέφανος Μπορμπόκης Stefanos Borbokis (Βασίλης Δημητριάδης Vasilis Dimitriadis 79), Κώστας Οικονομίδης Kostas Ikonomidis (Μηνάς Χατζίδης Minas Hantzidis 66), Νίκος Νιόπλιας Nikolaos "Nikos" Nioplias, Γιάννης Σαμαράς Ioannis Samaras, Νίκος Τσιαντάκης Nikolaos "Nikos" Tsiantakis
KICKER – played Χατζηνικολάου Hatzinikolaou (not Ιάκωβος Χατζηαθανασίου Iakovos Hatziathanasiou)
https://www.11v11.com/- played Ιάκωβος Χατζηαθανασίου Iakovos Hatziathanasiou (not Χατζηνικολάου Hatzinikolaou)
Offenbach am Main. 4023 spectators. ARB.: Dušan Colić (Yugoslavia).
 
13-10-87 West Germany 5-1 Poland           
Goals: Jürgen Klinsmann 10', 43', Wolfram Wuttke 21', Frank Mill 23', Christian Hochstätter 90' / Kazimierz Sokołowski 34'
West Germany: Uwe Kamps, Günther Schäfer, Wolfgang Funkel, Thomas Hörster, Ulrich Borowka, Rudolf Bommer, Wolfram Wuttke (Christian Schreier 70 or 67), Christian Hochstätter, Thomas Häßler, Jürgen Klinsmann, Frank Mill (Frank Ordenewitz 35)
Poland: Józef Wandzik, Jacek Grembocki, Piotr Piekarczyk, Marek Piotrowicz, Janusz Góra, Marek Chojnacki (Eugeniusz Ptak 76 or 75), Kazimierz Sokołowski, Krzysztof Iwanicki, Tadeusz Świątek (Robert Warzycha 46), Grzegorz Więzik, Marek Leśniak
Osnabrück. Stadion an der Bremer Brücke. 14000 spectators. Ignace van Swieten (Netherlands).
 
28-10-87 Poland awd Denmark awarded 2-0, originally 0-2*     
Goals: Kim Vilfort 25', 71'
Poland: Marek Szczech, Waldemar Tęsiorowski (Robert Warzycha 77 or 78), Piotr Piekarczyk, Eugeniusz Ptak, Janusz Góra, Mirosław Myśliński (Leszek Kosowski 46), Kazimierz Sokołowski, Krzysztof Iwanicki, Marek Chojnacki, Grzegorz Więzik, Marek Leśniak
Denmark: Peter Schmeichel, Bjørn Kristensen, Lars Olsen, Kent Nielsen, Per Steffensen, John Jensen, John Helt, Kim Vilfort, Per Frimann, Claus Nielsen, Flemming Povlsen
Szczecin. Stadion Miejski (Stadion Pogon). 3000 spectators. ARB.: Philippe Mercier (Switzerland). Yellow card: John Jensen
* Note: The Poland vs Denmark match on 28-10-87 originally ended 0-2, but FIFA annonced on 13-11-87 that Denmark had fielded an ineligible player (Per Frimann), and thus the result was overturned, and Poland were awarded the match by a default score of 2-0.
 
18-11-87 Denmark 0-1 West Germany      
Goal: Wolfram Wuttke 52'
Denmark: Peter Schmeichel, Bjørn Kristensen, Lars Olsen, Kent Nielsen, Per Steffensen (Bjarne Goldbaek 71), John Jensen, John Helt, Jan Bartram, Kim Vilfort, Claus Nielsen, Flemming Povlsen (Brian Laudrup 71)
West Germany: Andreas Köpke, Thomas Hörster, Wolfgang Funkel, Alois Reinhardt, Roland Grahammer, Ulrich Borowka, Armin Görtz, Rudolf Bommer, Wolfram Wuttke, Jürgen Klinsmann, Fritz Walter (Thomas Häßler 89)
Århus. Århus Stadion. 21800 spectators. ARB.: Lajos Hartmann (Hungary).
 
2-12-87 Greece 0-1 Poland  
Goal: Andrzej Rudy 71'
Greece: Αντώνης Μανίκας Antonis Manikas, Γιώργος Αγορογιάννης Giorgos or Georgios Agorogiannis (Αντωνόπουλος Iannis Antonopoulos 78), Τάσος Λευκόπουλος Anastasios Lefkopoulos, Παγώνης Βακαλόπουλος Pagonis Vakalopoulos, Χρήστος Κουτρόπουλος Christos Koutropoulos, Άρης Καρασαββίδης Aris Karasavidis, Θανάσης Καναράς Thanasis Kanaras, Γιώτης Τσαλουχίδης Panagiotis Tsaloukhidis, Κώστας Κολομητρούσης Kostas Kolomitrousis, Βασίλης Καραπιάλης Vasilis Karapialis, Γιώργος Σ. Γεωργιάδης Georgios Georgiadis (Σάκης Μουστακίδης Thanasis (or Sakis) Moustakidis 78)
Poland: Józef Wandzik, Robert Warzycha, Piotr Piekarczyk, Witold Wenclewski, Janusz Góra, Andrzej Rudy, Kazimierz Sokołowski, Waldemar Prusik, Grzegorz Więzik, Ryszard Cyroń (Krzysztof Warzycha 78), Marek Leśniak (Eugeniusz Ptak 86)
Ioannina or Yanina. Stadium Zosimades. 10000 spectators. ARB.: Carlo Longhi (Italy).
 
12-12-87 Greece 0-2 West Germany    
Goals: Christian Schreier 32', Fritz Walter 34'
Greece: Χρήστος Μιχαήλ Christos Mihail, Θ. Τζιόλας Tsiolas, Χρήστος Κουτρόπουλος Christos Koutropoulos, Παγώνης Βακαλόπουλος Pagonis Vakalopoulos, Γιώτης Τσαλουχίδης Panagiotis or Panayotis Tsaloukhidis, Βασίλης Δημητριάδης Vasilis Dimitriadis (Αλεξούλης Alexoulis 46), Σάκης Τσιώλης Athanasios (Sakis) Tsiolis, Θανάσης Καναράς Thanasis or Athanasios Kanaras,  Κώστας Κολομητρούσης Kostas or Konstandinos Kolomitrousis (Αντωνόπουλος Iannis Antonopoulos 34 or 35), Μιχάλης Ζιώγας Michalis Ziogas, Άρης Καρασαββίδης Aris (or Aristidis) Karasavidis
West Germany: Andreas Köpke, Thomas Hörster, Wolfgang Funkel, Alois Reinhardt, Roland Grahammer, Rudolf Bommer, Dirk Bakalorz, Ulrich Borowka (Günther Schäfer 81), Armin Görtz, Fritz Walter, Christian Schreier 
Larisa or Larissa. 5100 spectators. ARB.: Aleksey Spirin (USSR). Yellow card: Armin Görtz
 
16-3-88 Poland 5-1 Greece
Goals: Grzegorz Więzik 16', Jan Furtok 70' penalty, 78, 82', Leśniak 54' / Athanasios (Sakis) Tsiolis 10'
Poland: Janusz Jedynak, Robert Warzycha, Piotr Piekarczyk, Kazimierz Sokołowski (Eugeniusz Ptak 84 or Bogusław Pachelski 83), Marek Piotrowicz, Krzysztof Warzycha, Andrzej Rudy, Grzegorz Więzik, Marek Leśniak, Jan Furtok, Ryszard Cyroń (Bogusław Pachelski 84 or Eugeniusz Ptak 83)
Greece: Αντώνης Μανίκας Antonis or Andonios Manikas, Χρήστος Κουτρόπουλος Christos Koutropoulos, Αλέξης Αλεξίου Alexis or Alexandros Alexiou (Μαυροδήμος Sotiris Mavrodimos 31 or 32), Γιώτης Τσαλουχίδης Panagiotis or Panayotis Tsaloukhidis, Γιάννης Καλιτζάκης Ioannis Kalitzakis, Σάκης Τσιώλης Athanasios (Sakis) Tsiolis, Μιχάλης Ζιώγας Michalis Ziogas, Θανάσης Καναράς Thanasis or Athanasios Kanaras, Νίκος Κουρμπανάς Nikos Kourbanas, Δημοσθένης Κάβουρας Dimosthenis Kavouras, Βασίλης Δημητριάδης Vasilis Dimitriadis (Mavreas or Mavereas 72 or 73) 
Rybnik. 15000 spectators. ARB.: Günther Habermann (East Germany). Yellow cards: Γιάννης Καλιτζάκης Ioannis Kalitzakis, Νίκος Κουρμπανάς Nikos Kourbanas
 
30- 3-88 West Germany 1-1 Denmark       
Goals: Armin Görtz 56' / Claus Nielsen 75'
West Germany: Andreas Köpke, Thomas Hörster, Roland Grahammer, Wolfgang Funkel, Alois Reinhardt, Ulrich Borowka, Armin Görtz, Christian Hochstätter (Frank Neubarth 80), Thomas Häßler, Jürgen Klinsmann, Frank Mill
Denmark: Peter Schmeichel, Bjørn Kristensen, Lars Olsen, Kent Nielsen, Jan Bartram, Pierre Larsen, John Helt (John Jensen 76), Kim Vilfort, Brian Laudrup (Jan Lauridsen 76), Claus Nielsen, Flemming Povlsen
Osnabrück. Stadion an der Bremer Brücke. 22500 spectators. ARB.: Emilio Soriano (Spain). Yellow card: John Jensen
 
30- 3-88 Poland 1-0 Romania            
Goal: Marek Leśniak 83'
Poland: Janusz Jedynak, Robert Warzycha, Piotr Piekarczyk, Kazimierz Sokołowski, Marek Piotrowicz, Krzysztof Warzycha, Andrzej Rudy, Grzegorz Więzik (Krzysztof Iwanicki 77), Jan Furtok (Eugeniusz Ptak 85 or 86), Marek Leśniak, Ryszard Cyroń
Romania: Andrei Speriatu, Adrian Popescu, Costel Solomon, Augustin Eduard, Dorian Ştefan, Ioan Goanţă (Eugen Ralea 64 or 65), Cornel Mirea, Zsolt Muzsnay, Pavel Badea, Nistor Văidean, Ion Craiu (Iordan Eftimie 70 or 79)
Piotrków Trybunalski. Stadion GKS Concordii. 15000 spectators. ARB.: Todor Kolev (Bulgaria).
 
13- 4-88 Romania 0-1 Greece          
Goal: Alexandros Alexiou 24'
Romania: Andrei Speriatu, Adrian Popescu, Costel Solomon, Alpár "Mesi" Mészáros, Augustin Eduard, Dănuţ Lupu, Cornel Mirea, Zsolt Muzsnay (Ioan Goanţă 53), Eugen Ralea (Nistor Văidean 46), Pavel Badea, Radu Caşuba
Greece: Ηλίας Ταληκριάδης Ilias or Elias Talikriadis, Ιάκωβος Χατζηαθανασίου Iakovos Hatziathanasiou, Θανάσης Καναράς Thanasis or Athanasios Kanaras, Χρήστος Κουτρόπουλος Christos Koutropoulos, Αλέξης Αλεξίου Alexis or Alexandros Alexiou (Αντωνόπουλος Iannis Antonopoulos 46), Γιάννης Καλιτζάκης Ioannis Kalitzakis, Ανδρέας Μπονόβας Andreas Bonovas, Μηνάς Χατζίδης Minas Hantzidis, Σάκης Τσιώλης Athanasios (Sakis) Tsiolis, Νίκος Κουρμπανάς Nikos Kourbanas, Βασίλης Δημητριάδης Vasilis Dimitriadis (Φάνης Τουτζιάρης Theofanis "Fanis" Toutziaris or Toudziaris 83)
Bucureşti. ARB.: László Molnár (Hungary).
 
20- 4-88 Denmark 4-0 Greece            
Goals: Flemming Povlsen 4', 37', Brian Laudrup 23', Claus Nielsen 68'
Denmark: Peter Schmeichel, Bjørn Kristensen, Lars Olsen, Kent Nielsen (Per Steffensen 59), Ulrik Moseby, Pierre Larsen, John Helt, Jan Bartram, Brian Laudrup, Claus Nielsen, Flemming Povlsen (Kim Vilfort 74)
Greece: Αντώνης Μανίκας Antonis or Andonios Manikas, Γιάννης Γεωργαράς Giannis Georgaras, Χρήστος Κουτρόπουλος Christos Koutropoulos, Νίκος Κουρμπανάς Nikos Kourbanas, Tsiolas, Κώστας Λαγωνίδης Kostas or Konstantinos Lagonidis (Μαυροδήμος Sotiris Mavrodimos 46), Κοτίδης Panagiotis Kotidis, Αντωνόπουλος Iannis or Yannis Antonopoulos  (Κώστας Μαλιούφας Kostas Maliufas 59), Θανάσης Καναράς Thanasis or Athanasios Kanaras, Φάνης Τουτζιάρης Theofanis "Fanis" Toutziaris Toutziaris, Δημοσθένης Κάβουρας Dimos or Dimosthenis Kavouras
Aalborg. Aalborg Stadion. 9800 spectators. ARB.: Rune Larsson (Sweden).
 
27- 4-88 Poland 1-1 West Germany              
Goals: Jan Furtok 75' penalty / Frank Mill 89'
Poland: Józef Wandzik, Robert Warzycha, Piotr Piekarczyk, Marek Piotrowicz, Janusz Góra, Krzysztof Warzycha, Andrzej Rudy, Kazimierz Sokołowski, Grzegorz Więzik (Jacek Grembocki 66 or 69), Jan Furtok, Marek Leśniak (Krzysztof Iwanicki 87 or 88)
West Germany: Andreas Köpke, Günther Schäfer, Wolfgang Funkel, Gunnar Sauer, Roland Grahammer (Gerhard Kleppinger 77), Rudolf Bommer, Holger Fach, Wolfram Wuttke, Thomas Häßler, Frank Mill, Dieter Eckstein
Chorzów. Stadion Śląski. 50000 spectators. ARB.: Yuriy Savchenko (USSR).
 
18- 5-88 Denmark 3-0 Poland  
Goals: Bjørn Kristensen 14', Flemming Povlsen 68', Kim Vilfort 89'
Denmark: Peter Schmeichel, Bjørn Kristensen, Lars Olsen, Pierre Larsen, Per Steffensen, Ulrik Moseby, John Helt, Jan Bartram (Ejner Rahbek 88), Mark Strudal (Bent Christensen 57), Kim Vilfort, Flemming Povlsen
Poland: Józef Wandzik, Robert Warzycha, Piotr Piekarczyk, Janusz Góra, Marek Piotrowicz, Krzysztof Warzycha, Andrzej Rudy (Leszek Pisz 55), Kazimierz Sokołowski, Grzegorz Więzik, Jan Furtok (Eugeniusz Ptak 78), Marek Leśniak
Århus. Aarhus Stadion. 5800 spectators. ARB.: Zdeněk Havlíček (Czechoslovakia).  
 
18- 5-88 Greece 2-3 Romania                   
Goals: Antonis Gioukoudis 24', Theodoros Pahaturidis 26' penalty / Haralambie Puiu Antohi 2', Claudiu Vaişcovici 31', Gavril Balint 40' penalty
Greece: Αλέκος Ράντος Alekos (or Alexis) Rantos, Ιωσηφίδης Iosifidis, Θόδωρος Παχατουρίδης Theodoros Pahatouridis, Γιάννης Παπουλίδης Giannis Papoulidis,  Καράμπελας Karabelas, Βαγγέλης Βλάχος Vangelis Vlachos, Ξάνθης Xanthis, Γιώργος Βαΐτσης Giorgos Vaitsis (Παναγιώτης Σοφιανόπουλος Panagiotis Sofianopoulos 32), Ηλίας Σαββίδης Elias Savvidis, Αλέκος Αλεξανδρής Alekos Alexandris, Αντώνης Γιουκούδης Antonis Gioukoudis 
Romania: Dumitru Stângaciu, Adrian Popescu, Costel Solomon, Daniel Romeo Ciucă, Emil Săndoi, Lucian Bălan, Ioan Goanţă (Sorin Cigan 66), Cornel Mirea (Tudorel Cristea 46), Claudiu Vaișcovici, Haralambie Puiu Antohi, Gavril Balint
Athens. ARB.: Arie Frost (Israel).
 
31- 5-88 West Germany 3-0 Romania        
Goals: Wolfram Wuttke 38' penalty, Jürgen Klinsmann 57', 73'
West Germany: Andreas Köpke, Wolfgang Funkel, Alois Reinhardt (Michael Zorc 62), Gunnar Sauer, Ulrich Borowka, Armin Görtz, Holger Fach, Wolfram Wuttke, Thomas Häßler, Jürgen Klinsmann (Dieter Eckstein 74), Frank Mill
Romania: Dumitru Stângaciu, Costel Solomon, Daniel Romeo Ciucă, Emil Săndoi, Gheorghe Popescu, Lucian Bălan, Ioan Goanţă, Cornel Mirea, Claudiu Vaișcovici (Pavel Badea 73), Haralambie Puiu Antohi, Gavril Balint (Tudorel Cristea 58)
Dortmund. 22500 spectators. ARB.: John Martin (England). 
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15 Feb 2018, 22:00 #37

About Cyprus : did you try asking Xaris on RSSSF ?
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16 Feb 2018, 03:08 #38

Had tried. No answer.

Now I'll write in general what information I also do not have on the composition and substitutions of the European teams in the qualifications of the Olympics. If I'm not mistaken, I now do not have only French line-ups in the match 11-11-1959 France 1-0 Luxembourg and the Dutch line-ups in the match 24-05-1967 Finland - Netherlands 0-0. If someone ever finds this information, then very much I ask also to write about it here. 

When I have time, I will post here my information with the line-ups of European teams in the qualifications of the Olympics, as well as on the European Football Championships 1972-1988 under 23 and under 21 in the relevant sections of the forum.
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16 Feb 2018, 03:26 #39

Antikov wrote:the Dutch line-ups in the match 24-05-1967 Finland - Netherlands 0-0
Wim Bos, Arie Delmotte, Jos Lonnee, Cor Mel, Cros de Vries, Paul Scheurink, Jan Leget, Jan de Wit, Wim de Vos, Leo Ouwens, Leen de Ridder.
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16 Feb 2018, 20:24 #40

nfm24 wrote: There used to be a partial archive of the Greek "Athletic News" online, does anybody know what happened to it?
http://www.athlitikihxo.gr/
There's an archived section of it, but I fear it doesn't work anymore.
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17 Feb 2018, 01:08 #41

Open please :

https://el.wikipedia.org/wiki/%CE%91%CE ... F%87%CF%8E

I think, that may be Αθλητική Ηχώ had information about line-ups in 2 games Greece-Cyprus.
But who can find and open Αθλητική Ηχώ (november and december 1986 year) in Greece (Greek library)?
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17 Feb 2018, 01:17 #42

If you don't have a Greek collaborator to visit the library, then email is another way...

It is clear from some Greek wikipedia pages (e.g. the CISM tournament) that there are Greeks doing that kind of research, so it is a matter of attracting their attention - hence my previous suggestion, of editing the Wiki page.
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17 Feb 2018, 01:56 #43

I'm already tired of writing letters and sending messages to Greek libraries.

Who can help me find the email address of the person who created the data on the Greek Olympic team-1988 on this site?

https://el.wikipedia.org/wiki/%CE%9F%CE ... E%CE%BD%29
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17 Feb 2018, 02:13 #44

Maybe look at the edit history of that Wiki page, and go to the "talk" page of the main contributor, and write a message there.
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17 Feb 2018, 03:10 #45

Open please:
https://el.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?ti ... id=3539567

If I understood everything correctly and found out, the user of LIMNIOS began to give the number of games for each of the players at this time:

(παρόν | προηγ.) 13:37, 10 Σεπτεμβρίου 2012 LIMNIOS (Συζήτηση | Συνεισφορά) μ. . (28.942 bytes) (+47). . (→ 1988 Προολυμπιακό τουρνουά) (αναίρεση)


Who will be able to write this user LIMNIOS?
So you can find out the composition of the Greeks in the first game with Cyprus according to the user LIMNIOS, and find out what his information on the composition of the Greeks in each of the individual matches, in order to compare with the information that I found and posted on our forum.
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17 Feb 2018, 13:07 #46

You can write on LIMNIOS's wall here
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17 Feb 2018, 13:24 #47

I wrote a message. Open the link now:

https://el.wikipedia.org/wiki/%CE%A3%CF ... B7:LIMNIOS



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Joined: 07 Apr 2007, 16:28

17 Feb 2018, 13:49 #48

I don't know, I am not Joanna Southcott.
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Joined: 31 Oct 2006, 22:16

17 Feb 2018, 15:25 #49

Have you tried To Pontiki archives?  According to Wikipedia, they have free archives from 1979 onwards...

On second thoughts - it is mainly a political and satirical weekly newspaper.  I was able to access the front page of relevant editions on the To Pontiki website, but the full newspaper is no longer available on issuu due to copyright claims...

Kathimerini also used to have archives - they have a search facility, but you have to subscribe to view the e-paper archive:
http://www.kathimerini.gr/search
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Joined: 09 Feb 2011, 19:58

18 Feb 2018, 10:12 #50

I noticed that in this website: http://www.redsagainsthemachine.gr/ a lot of articles from "Athletic News" (Αθλητική Ηχώ) are published, as we can see here.

Perhaps you can try asking them if they still have access to that archive.
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