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Olympic Qualifiers 1980

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January 8th, 2018, 5:59 pm #1

Help me please.
I do not have information about which players scored goals in these matches of the qualifying tournament OG 1980.
If there is any data on this, can you post this information.

ASIA

19.03.1980 Syria            2-1 Yemen DPR

22.03.1980 Kuwait           5-1 Yemen DPR
Goals: Jasem Yaqoub Sultan Al-Besara 4 goals, ? / ?   

22.03.1980 Syria            2-0 Jordan
 
26.03.1980 Yemen   DPR         2-1 Jordan

28.02.1980 North Korea      7-0 Sri Lanka
Goals:
Gwang-Ho Kim         40   
 62  Own goal n /a                            
Se-Uk An    66                                         
Gwang-Ho Kim         70                          
Se-Uk An    73                          
Jong-Sok Cha            80
Own goal W. Sumathipala

AFRICA
FIRST ROUND

6 May 1979 Lesotho          4-1 Mauritius

13 May 1979 Mauritius        2-3 Lesotho    

15 May 1979 Madagascar       2-1 Ethiopia

27 May 1979 Ethiopia         1-1 Madagascar or 2-2      

SECOND ROUND

27 November 1979 Ghana            4-1 Kenya
Goals: ? / Apollo Obota 63'

21 December 1979 Zambia           5-0 Lesotho        
Goals: Evans Katebe 2, Godfrey Chitalu 2, ?

17 November 1979 Sierra Leone 3-1 Liberia 

9 December 1979 Madagascar 1-1 Egypt 
Goals:  ? / Moustafa Abdou 40

21 December 1979 Egypt 1-1 (4-3 penalty) Madagascar 
Goals: Mahmoud El-Khateeb Pen  / ? 

THIRD ROUND 

24 February 1980 Liberia          0-2 Ghana

13 April 1980 Ghana            2-2 Liberia         

NORTH AND  CENTRAL AMERICA, CARIBBEAN:

Trinidad and Tobago         2-0 Suriname

(1980) Haiti            0-2 Suriname 
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January 9th, 2018, 5:15 am #2

Antikov wrote: USA              1-1 Costa Rica
Goals: Don Ebert / ?
25/03/1980, Edwardsville, Illinois.

United States 1-1 Costa Rica

[Don Ebert 26'], [Carlos Toppings 79']

Source: La Opinión from March 27, 1980 (page 11).
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January 15th, 2018, 4:21 pm #3

Antikov wrote: (1979) Haiti 2-0 Suriname
Are you sure? I have found this report from December 1979: Haiti 0-2 Suriname. Goalscorers: Siegfried Rustenberg and John Nelom.
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January 17th, 2018, 9:07 am #4

Just a minor note about the eligibility criteria in this edition. The official rules obliged all the European and South American teams not to employ professional and 1978 World Cup players. This means Rüdiger Schnuphase of East Germany was perfectly eligible, because he was an amateur and because he had appeared in the 1974 World Cup (not in the 1978 edition).
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January 17th, 2018, 10:15 am #5

Luca wrote:The official rules obliged all the European and South American teams not to employ professional and 1978 World Cup players.
Including those who only played in qualifying (not the finals)?
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January 17th, 2018, 11:35 am #6

Luca wrote:
Antikov wrote: (1979) Haiti 2-0 Suriname
Are you sure? 
Open please:
https://www.delpher.nl/nl/kranten/view? ... 21%3Aa0279

and also

https://www.delpher.nl/nl/kranten/view? ... 21%3Aa0017
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January 17th, 2018, 2:22 pm #7

nfm24 wrote:
Luca wrote:The official rules obliged all the European and South American teams not to employ professional and 1978 World Cup players.
Including those who only played in qualifying (not the finals)?
Countries from UEFA and CONMEBOL could only select those amateur players who had never competed in the 1978 World Cup matches (qualifiers and final phase in Argentina).
Countries from the other confederations could select all the World Cup players they wished, provided that they were amateurs.
This was the last edition for amateurs only.
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March 5th, 2018, 5:46 pm #8

EUROPE 

Group 1
Sources of information:
RUDÉ PRÁVO
NÉPSPORT
ÚJ SZÓ
DZIENNIK POLSKI
https://www.11v11.com/
http://www.rsssf.com/
https://eu-football.info/_matches.php
http://www.retro-football.bg/?q=bg/all-books
https://www.magyarfutball.hu/forum/view ... 0&start=50
https://www.magyarfutball.hu/forum/view ... 0&start=60

FIRST ROUND

18.04.1979 Bulgaria 1-0 Czechoslovakia
Goal: Rusi Gochev 50 or 51  
Bulgaria: 
Georgi Velinov Георги Велинов, 
Plamen Nikolov Пламен Николов, 
Georgi Dimitrov Георги Димитров, 
Bozhil Kolev Божил Колев, 
Roman Karakolev Роман Караколев, 
Plamen Markov Пламен Марков, 
Petko Petkov Петко Петков, 
Georgi Slavkov Георги Славков, 
Rusi Gochev Руси Гочев, 
Stoycho Mladenov Стойчо Младенов (Mikhaylov Михайлов 70), 
Krasimir Goranov Красимир Горанов (Tenyo Minchev Теньо Минчев 60)
Czechoslovakia: Stanislav Seman, Josef Mazura, Libor Radimec, Luděk Macela, Zdeněk Rygel, Oldřich Rott, Jan Berger, František Štambachr, Ladislav Vízek (Viliam Martinák 81 or 80), Petr Janečka, Verner Lička (Rostislav Václavíček 86 or 85)
Burgas. 9 Septemvri Stadium. 15000 or 20000 spectators. ARB.: Θεόδωρος Τσανακλίδης Teodoros Tsanaklidis (Greece). Yellow cards: Luděk Macela, Georgi Slavkov Георги Славков
 
5.05.1979 Czechoslovakia 4-0 Bulgaria (Czechoslovakia win 4-1 on aggregate)
Goals: Verner Lička 40 or 39, 86 or 88, Oldřich Rott 65 or 64, Petr Janečka 85 or 84   
Czechoslovakia: Stanislav Seman, Josef Mazura, Luděk Macela (Rostislav Václavíček 88 or 87), Libor Radimec, Zdeněk Rygel, Jan Berger, Igor Novák (Oldřich Rott 46), František Štambachr, Ladislav Vízek, Verner Lička, Petr Janečka
Bulgaria: 
Georgi Velinov Георги Велинов, 
Plamen Nikolov Пламен Николов, 
Bozhil Kolev Божил Колев, 
Georgi Dimitrov Георги Димитров, 
Roman Karakolev Роман Караколев, 
Branimir Kochev Бранимир Кочев, 
Ivan Iliev Иван Илиев, 
Georgi Slavkov Георги Славков (Tenyo Minchev Теньо Минчев 20), 
Plamen Markov Пламен Марков, 
Rusi Gochev Руси Гочев (Stoycho Mladenov Стойчо Младенов 41 or 43), 
Petko Petkov Петко Петков
Prague. Ďolíček Stadion. 4000 spectators. ARB.: Dušan Maksimović (Yugoslavia). Yellow cards: Jan Berger, Ladislav Vízek, Plamen Markov Пламен Марков, Roman Karakolev Роман Караколев, Branimir Kochev Бранимир Кочев, Georgi Velinov Георги Велинов, Plamen Nikolov Пламен Николов    
 
18.04.1979 Romania 2-0 Hungary
Goals: Sevastian Iovănescu 29 or 28, Marin Radu 71 or 73 or 74
Romania: Andrei Speriatu, Mihai Zamfir, Costică Ştefănescu, Constantin Cârstea, Petre Ivan, Ionel Augustin, Ilie Bărbulescu (Marcel Răducanu 63), Sevastian Iovănescu, Alexandre Nicolae, Marin Radu, Constantin Stan (Rodion Gorun Cămătaru 88)  
Hungary: Béla Katzirz, Gábor Szántó, József Salamon, Tibor Rab (Sándor Baranyi 37 or 35), László Kutasi, László Gyimesi, Ferenc Oláh, György Tatár (Antal Nagy 72 or 73), József Póczik, Ignác Izsó, László Fekete (1954) from Újpesti Dózsa
Pitești. 22000 spectators. ARB.: Tokat (Turkey). Yellow cards: Alexandre Nicolae  
 
30.05.1979 Hungary 3-0 Romania (Hungary win 3-2 on aggregate)
Goals: László Fekete 17 - (1950) from DVTK, Mihály Borostyán 34, László Kiss 77 or 78
Hungary: Zoltán Tóth, Gábor Szántó, Ede Dunai, Tibor Rab, László Kutasi, Ferenc Oláh, György Tatár (Gyula Pál 90), Mihály Borostyán, Lászó Kiss, István Weimper, László Fekete (1950) from DVTK (László Tieber 47)
Romania: Andrei Speriatu, Mihai Zamfir, Costică Ştefănescu, Constantin Cârstea, Petre Ivan, Alexandre Nicolae, Sevastian Iovănescu, Ionel Augustin, Rodion Gorun Cămătaru, Marin Radu (Doru Nicolae 46), Aurel Rădulescu (Constantin Stan 77 or 80)
Miskolc (Diósgyőr). DVTK stadion. 30000 spectators. ARB.: Klaus Scheurell (East Germany). Yellow cards: Alexandre Nicolae, Andrei Speriatu, László Tieber, Ferenc Oláh

SECOND ROUND

1. Czechoslovakia   4  3  0  1   5- 5  6
2. Hungary               4  2  0  2   7- 4  4
3. Poland                 4  1  0  3   1- 4  2

12.09.1979 Czechoslovakia 1-0 Poland   
Goal: Petr Janečka 37
Czechoslovakia: Stanislav Seman, Josef Mazura, Luděk Macela, Libor Radimec, Zdeněk Rygel, Rostislav Václavíček, František Štambachr (Zdeněk Šreiner 75 or 70), Petr Slaný (Oldřich Rott 64), Ladislav Vízek, Petr Janečka, Verner Lička
Poland: Stanisław Ryszard Burzyński, Adam Topolski (Janusz Sroka 80 or 81), Piechaczek, Stanisław Sobczyński, Roman Mirosław Wójcicki, Henryk Miłoszewicz, Janusz Kupcewicz, Witold Sikorski, Romuald Chojnacki, Roman Ogaza, Krzysztof Adamczyk (Tadeusz Piotr Małnowicz 46)
Prague. Ďolíček Stadion. 8000 spectators. ARB.: Eldar Əzimzadə Эльдар Азимзаде (USSR). Yellow cards: Janusz Kupcewicz, Ladislav Vízek, Josef Mazura
 
17.10.1979 Poland 0-1 Czechoslovakia
Goal: Verner Lička 40 or 43
Poland: Stanisław Ryszard Burzyński, Waldemar Tumiński, Roman Mirosław Wójcicki, Rudolf Wojtowicz, Józef Teodor Adamiec, Henryk Miłoszewicz (Tomasz Marek Korynt 74), Romuald Chojnacki, Eugeniusz Kazimierz Nagiel, Tadeusz Piotr Małnowicz (Alfred Bolcek 46), Roman Ogaza, Józef Kwiatkowski
Czechoslovakia: Stanislav Seman, Josef Mazura, Luděk Macela, Libor Radimec, Zdeněk Rygel, Zdeněk Šreiner, Rostislav Václavíček, Jan Berger, Petr Janečka, Ladislav Vízek, Verner Lička (František Štambachr 79)
Warszawa. Stadion Wojska Polskiego. 8000 spectators. ARB.: Anders Mattsson (Finland). Yellow cards: Waldemar Tumińsk, Luděk Macela  
 
31.10.1979 Poland 1-0 Hungary
Goal: Marek Kusto 2
Poland: Stanisław Ryszard Burzyński, Adam Topolski, Paweł Janas, Stefan Majewski, Rudolf Wojtowicz, Roman Mirosław Wójcicki, Henryk Miłoszewicz, Leszek Lipka, Tadeusz Piotr Małnowicz (Romuald Chojnacki 59), Roman Ogaza, Marek Kusto
Hungary: Béla Katzirz, Gábor Szántó, József Salamon, Antal Nagy, László Kutasi, Ferenc Oláh, György Tatár, István Weimper, Mihály Borostyán, Lászó Kiss, László Fekete (1950) from DVTK (László Kuti 71)
Wrocław. Stadion Miejski. 3000 spectators. ARB.: Atanas Mateev (Bulgaria). Yellow card: József Salamon
 
14.11.1979 Hungary 2-0 Poland
Goals: László Kiss 43 or 42, György Tatár 55 penalty
Hungary: György Veréb, Gábor Szántó, József Salamon, Sándor Baranyi, László Kutasi, Ferenc Oláh, György Tatár, László Karsai (Sándor Fükő 75 or 76), Mihály Borostyán, Lászó Kiss, László Fekete (1950) from DVTK (László Fekete (1954) from Újpesti Dózsa 74 or 77)
Poland: Stanisław Ryszard Burzyński, Janusz Sroka, Stefan Majewski, Paweł Janas, Rudolf Wojtowicz, Roman Mirosław Wójcicki (Roman Ryszard Faber 76 or 77), Henryk Miłoszewicz, Leszek Lipka, Romuald Chojnacki (Tadeusz Piotr Małnowicz 46), Krzysztof Adamczyk, Marek Kusto
Miskolc (Diósgyőr). DVTK stadion. 18000 or 22000 spectators. ARB.: Nicolae Rainea (Romania). Yellow cards: György Tatár, Marek Kusto, Tadeusz Piotr Małnowic or Stefan Majewski, Stanisław Ryszard Burzyński. Red card: Janusz Sroka 75.
 
24.11.1979 Hungary 3-0 Czechoslovakia 
Goals: György Tatár 21 or 22, László Karsai 25, László Kiss 38 or 43
Hungary: György Veréb, Gábor Szántó, József Salamon, Sándor Baranyi, László Kutasi, Ferenc Oláh, György Tatár, László Karsai (József Pásztor 77), Mihály Borostyán, Lászó Kiss, László Fekete (1950) from DVTK (László Pogány 59)
Czechoslovakia: Stanislav Seman, Josef Mazura, Libor Radimec, Karel Nachtman (Oldřich Rott 46), Zdeněk Rygel, Zdeněk Šreiner, Rostislav Václavíček, Jan Berger, Petr Janečka, Dušan Herda (Pavel Klouček 68 or 67 or 66), Verner Lička
Miskolc (Diósgyőr). DVTK stadion. 25000 spectators. ARB.: Michel Vautrot (France). Yellow cards: László Kutasi, Zdeněk Rygel
 
13.04.1980 Czechoslovakia 3-2 Hungary        
Goals: Petr Janečka 18, Ladislav Vízek 49, Verner Lička 77 / András Komjáti 51, György Tatár 84 penalty
Czechoslovakia: Jaroslav Netolička, Josef Mazura, Libor Radimec, Luděk Macela, Zdeněk Rygel, Jindřich Svoboda (Oldřich Rott 70), Jan Berger, Petr Němec, Petr Janečka, Ladislav Vízek, Verner Lička (Rostislav Václavíček 88 or 87)
Hungary: Béla Katzirz, Gábor Szántó, József Salamon, Sándor Baranyi, László Kutasi, András Komjáti (József Pásztor 52 or 51), György Tatár, József Pál, László Fekete (1950) from DVTK, László Kiss (Sándor Paróczai 61), Mihály Kozma
Prague. Stadion Evžena Rošického. 28000 or 30000 spectators. ARB.: Rudolf Renggli (Switzerland). Yellow card: Sándor Baranyi 
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March 7th, 2018, 2:02 am #9

Group 2

Sources of information:
https://www.11v11.com/
http://www.rsssf.com/
http://www.austriasoccer.at/index.html
LA STAMPA
MILLIYET

FIRST ROUND

18.04.1979 Greece 1-0 Italy
Goal: Lazaros Kalaitzidis 36 or 35
Greece: 
Τσακμακίδης Tsakmakidis, 
Παναγιώτης Στυλιανόπουλος Panagiotis Stilianopulos, 
Ηλίας Αρμόδωρος Ilias Armodoros, 
Βασίλης Παπαγγέλης Vasilis Papanghelis, 
Αλεξιάδης Alexiadis, 
Λεπτοκαρύδης Leptokaridis (Παπαζώης Papazois 51), 
Κυπριτίδης Kypritidis (Μόσχος Moskos 76 or 77), 
Ηλίας Μπέριος Ilias Berios, 
Σταφυλάς Stafilas, 
Διαμαντόπουλος Diamantopoulos, 
Λάζαρος Καλαϊτζίδης Lazaros Kalaitzidis
Italy: Giovanni Galli, Fulvio Collovati, Carlo Osti, Giuseppe Baresi, Moreno Ferrario, Franco Baresi, Pietro Fanna, Claudio Prandelli,  Guido Ugolotti (Claudio Ambu 62 or 61), Roberto Tavola (Danilo Pileggi 46), Massimo Briaschi
Ioannina. 1250 spectators. ARB.: מנחם אשכנזי Menachem Ashkenazi (Israel).
 
2.05.1979 Italy 4-0 Greece (Italy win 4-1 on aggregate)
Goals: Vinicio Verza 2 or 3, Bruno Giordano 15 or 14, 81, Salvatore Bagni 84 or 83
Italy: Giovanni Galli, Carlo Osti, Giuseppe Baresi, Franco Baresi, Moreno Ferrario (Mauro Tassotti 58), Roberto Tavola, Salvatore Bagni, Vinicio Verza, Bruno Giordano, Danilo Pileggi, Pietro Fanna
Greece:  
Τσακμακίδης Tsakmakidis, 
Παναγιώτης Στυλιανόπουλος Panagiotis Stilianopulos (Σταθόπουλος Statopulos 86), 
Ηλίας Αρμόδωρος Ilias Armodoros, 
Αλεξιάδης Alexiadis, 
Παντέλης Pantelis, 
Βασίλης Παπαγγέλης Vasilis Papanghelis, 
Κυπριτίδης Kypritidis, 
Κώστας Αντωνίου Kostas Antoniu, 
Μόσχος Moskos, 
Διαμαντόπουλος Diamantopoulos, 
Λάζαρος Καλαϊτζίδης Lazaros Kalaitzidis
Udine. Stadio Friuli. 5500 spectators. ARB.: Nikola Dudin Никола Дудин (Bulgaria).
 
11.04.1979 Austria 1-0 Turkey
Goal: Rudolf Strobl 55
Austria: Klaus Lindenberger, Werner Gerak, Johann Dihanich, Dietmar Constantini, Oswald Steiger, Wolfgang Bauer (Rudolf Strobl 27), Franz Viertl, Arnold Koreimann, Gebhard Hammerle or Hämmerle (Rieder 46), Richard Burger, Schneider
Turkey: ASLAN, MUSTAFA Ulucan, MEHMET, BURHAN Söğütlü, SÜLEYMAN Oktay, ISMET Saral, AYKUT Yiğit, ILYAS, OĞUZ Aydoğdu, ÜMIT Türkoğlu (RIDVAN Çeçen or Ceti 70), NEVZAT Şuvak (KADIR Akbulut 46)
Amstetten. 2000 spectators. ARB.: Jaromír Fausek (Czechoslovakia)
 
25.04.1979 Turkey 2-1 Austria (Turkey win 4-3 penalty)
Goals: MAHMUT Kiliç 36, AYKUT Yiğit 71 / Werner Gerak 33
Turkey: ASLAN, SÜLEYMAN Oktay, KADIR Akbulut, MUZAFFER Badaloğlu, MUSTAFA Ulucan, ISMET Saral, OĞUZ Aydoğdu, ALPER Timur, MAHMUT Kiliç, AYKUT Yiğit, ILYAS
Austria: Klaus Lindenberger, Oswald Steiger, Werner Gerak, Kurt Nagl, Dietmar Constantini, Wolfgang Bauer (Rudolf Strobl), Christian Keglevits (Alfred Roscher), Franz Viertl, Richard Burger, Arnold Koreimann, Erwin Höld
Antalya. ARB.: Béla Nagy (Hungary)
Penalty scored: AYKUT Yiğit, MUSTAFA Ulucan, SÜLEYMAN Oktay, MUZAFFER Badaloğlu / ?

SECOND ROUND
 
1. Yugoslavia   4  3  0  1   9- 3  6
2. Italy               4  3  0  1  10- 5  6
3. Turkey          4  0  0  4   0-11  0

21.11.1979 Yugoslavia 3-0 Turkey  
Goals: Srebrenko Repčić 55, 63, Predrag Pašić 79
Yugoslavia: Dragan Pantelić, Miloš Hrstić, Vedran Rožić, Boro Primorac, Nikola Jovanović, Mišo Krstičević, Srebrenko Repčić, Rajko Janjanin, Miloš Šestić (Nikica Cukrov), Zlatko Kranjčar (Predrag Pašić), Zlatko Vujović
Turkey: ARIF Peçenek, SÜLEYMAN Oktay, KADIR Akbulut, EROL Köseer (BURHAN Söğütlü), MUSTAFA Ulucan, ISMET Saral, OĞUZ Aydoğdu, RIDVAN Çeçen (ZIYA Doğan), METIN Yildiz, AYKUT Yiğit, ALPER Timur
Belgrade. Stadion Jugoslovenske narodne armije. 8000 spectators. ARB.: מנחם אשכנזי Menachem Ashkenazi (Israel).
 
23.12.1979 Italy 1-0 Yugoslavia   
Goal: Bruno Giordano 65
Italy: Giovanni Galli, Carlo Osti, Attilio Tesser, Franco Baresi, Moreno Ferrario, Giuseppe Baresi, Pietro Fanna (Guido Ugolotti 80 or 81), Roberto Tavola, Bruno Giordano, Evaristo Beccalossi, Carlo Ancelotti
Yugoslavia: Dragan Pantelić, Nikola Jovanović, Miloš Hrstić, Mišo Krstičević, Boro Primorac,  Vedran Rožić, Slavoljub Muslin, Srebrenko Repčić, Rajko Janjanin (Ante Miročević 69), Zlatko Kranjčar (Dušan Pešić 75), Zlatko Vujović
Roma. 8000 spectators. ARB.: Georges Konrath (France).
 
20.02.1980 Turkey 0-2 Italy
Goals: Alessandro Altobelli 72 penalty, Evaristo Beccalossi 83  
Turkey: ARIF Peçenek, SÜLEYMAN Oktay, KADIR Akbulut, MUSTAFA Ulucan, BURHAN Söğütlü, ISMET Saral (MAHMUT Kılıç 71 or 70), OĞUZ Aydoğdu, ZIYA Doğan, ALPER Timur, AYKUT Yiğit, NEVZAT Şuvak (METIN Yildiz, 46)
Italy: Giovanni Galli, Carlo Osti, Attilio Tesser, Franco Baresi, Moreno Ferrario, Giuseppe Baresi, Pietro Fanna,  Roberto Tavola, Alessandro Altobelli, Evaristo Beccalossi, Carlo Ancelotti (Marco Nicoletti 65)
Aydin. 10000 spectators. ARB.: Emilio Guruceta Muro (Spain).
     
13.03.1980 Italy 5-0 Turkey
Goals: Pietro Fanna 6, 72, Carlo Ancelotti 7, Alessandro Altobelli 36 penalty, Luigi Sacchetti 52     
Italy: Giovanni Galli, Carlo Osti, Attilio Tesser (Guido Ugolotti 46), Franco Baresi, Moreno Ferrario, Giuseppe Baresi, Pietro Fanna, Luigi Sacchetti, Alessandro Altobelli, Evaristo Beccalossi, Carlo Ancelotti
Turkey: ARIF Peçenek, SÜLEYMAN Oktay (RIDVAN Çeçen 62 or 63), KADIR Akbulut, MUSTAFA Ulucan, BURHAN Söğütlü, ÜMIT Türkoğlu, OĞUZ Aydoğdu, ALPER Timur (ISMET Saral 32 or 33), METIN Yildiz, AYKUT Yiğit, ZIYA Doğan
Brescia. Stadio Mario Rigamonti. 9122 spectators. ARB.: Adolf Prokop (East Germany).
 
26.03.1980 Yugoslavia 5-2 Italy    
Goals: Boro Primorac 13, 20, Ante Miročević 53, Blaž Slišković 83, 84 / Franco Baresi 31, Pietro Fanna 33
Yugoslavia: Dragan Pantelić, Zoran Vujović, Milan Jovin, Mišo Krstičević (Dušan Pešić 77), Boro Primorac, Vedran Rožić, Ante Miročević, Srebrenko Repčić, Blaž Slišković, Zlatko Vujović, Nikica Klinčarski
Italy: Giovanni Galli, Carlo Osti, Attilio Tesser, Franco Baresi, Moreno Ferrario, Giuseppe Baresi, Pietro Fanna, Luigi Sacchetti (Danilo Pileggi 81), Alessandro Altobelli, Evaristo Beccalossi, Carlo Ancelotti (Giovanni Guerrini 46)
Mostar. Stadion pod Bijelim brijegom. 15000 spectators. ARB.: Franz Wöhrer (Austria).
 
2.04.1980 Turkey 0-1 Yugoslavia
Goal: Srebrenko Repcić 19   
Turkey: ARIF Peçenek, RIDVAN Çeçen (EROL Köseer), KADIR Akbulut, MUSTAFA Ulucan, ISA Gabrali, ÜMIT Türkoğlu, OĞUZ Aydoğdu, ISMET Saral (BURHAN Söğütlü), METIN Yildiz, AYKUT Yiğit, ZIYA Doğan
Yugoslavia: Dragan Pantelić, Zoran Vujović, Miloš Hrstić, Vedran Rožić, Boro Primorac, Mišo Krstičević, Ante Miročević, Blaž Slišković, Srebrenko Repčić,  Zlatko Vujović (Dušan Pešić), Nikica Klinčarski
Antalya. 7000 spectators.  ARB.: Walter Eschweiler (West Germany)
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Group 4

Sources of information:
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HAMBURGER ABENDBLATT
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FÆDRELANDSVENNEN

FIRST ROUND

16.05.1979 Ireland 0-0 Norway
Ireland: Jim Finnerty, Brian Daly, Tim Sheridan, Cormac Breslin, Ritchie Williams, Dan Heffernan, Ronnie Whelan, Gino Lawless (John Cervi 77), Paddy Joyce, Steven Craig, Gary Barrett
Norway: Roy Amundsen, Georg Hammer, Morten Vinje, Einar Jan Aas, Tor Brevik, Bjarne Berntsen, Arne Erlandsen, Arild Olsen, Torbjørn Svendsen (Geir Olav Henæs 72), Trygve Johannessen, Arne Larsen Økland
Dublin. Tolka Park. 81 spectators. ARB.: Johannes (Jan) Nicolaus Ignacius Keizer (Netherlands). 
 
31.05.1979 Norway 2-1 Ireland (Norway win 2-1 on aggregate)
Goals: Georg Hammer 71, Arne Larsen Økland 84 penalty / Paddy Joyce 61 or 69 or 70
Norway: Roy Amundsen, Georg Hammer, Morten Vinje, Einar Jan Aas, Tor Brevik, Arne Erlandsen, Bjarne Berntsen, Steiner Nilssen, Torbjørn Svendsen (Geir Olav Henæs 72), Trygve Johannessen, Arne Larsen Økland
Ireland: Jim Finnerty, Brian Daly (Con McLaughlin 70), Ritchie Williams, Cormac Breslin, Tim Sheridan, Dan Heffernan, Ronnie Whelan, Gino Lawless, Paddy Joyce, Steven Craig, Gary Barrett (John Cervi 85) 
Bergen. Brann Stadion. 7334 spectators. ARB.: Alojzy Jarguz (Poland). Yellow card: Dan Heffernan (Ireland).   

10.05.1979 Denmark 1-1 Finland
Goals: Jan Andersen 84 or 85 / Harri Lindholm 50
Denmark: Harbo Larsen, Jens Bangsbo, Peter Knudsen, John Pedersen, Ejner Rahbek, Jens Sass Hansen, Carsten Jørgensen (Jan Andersen 55), John Lauridsen, Ronald Stelmer, Flemming Christensen, Thorsten Kirchhoff (Gunnar Weber 67)
Finland: Olli Isoaho, Teuvo Vilen, Risto Salonen, Kari Virtanen, Mikko Lampi, Juha Dahllund, Arto Uimonen, Kalle Nieminen, Harri Lindholm, Pasi Rautiainen, Hannu Rajaniemi
Aalborg. Aalborg Stadion. 2600 or 2700 spectators. ARB.: Francis Rion (Belgium). Yellow card: Peter Knudsen. Red card: Teuvo Vilen 86
 
7.06.1979 Finland 4-1 Denmark (Finland win 5-2 on aggregate)
Goals: Juha Helin 9, Risto Rosenberg 21, Hannu Rajaniemi 61, Kalle Nieminen 70 / Jens Sass Hansen 83
Finland: Stefan Lindström, Mikko Lampi, Juha Dahllund, Juha Helin, Juha Rissanen, Risto Rosenberg (Pasi Rautiainen 46), Harri Lindholm, Kalle Nieminen, Arto Uimonen, Petteri Kupiainen, Hannu Rajaniemi 
Denmark: Harbo Larsen, Jens Bangsbo, Peter Knudsen, Torben Knudsen, Ejner Rahbek, Carsten Jørgensen, John Lauridsen, Ronald Stelmer, Jan Andersen, Thorsten Kirchhoff (Jens Sass Hansen 60), Jan Bank Olesen (Torben Nielsen 30)  
Kotka. Urheilukeskus. 5000 spectators. ARB.: Anatoliy Milchenko Анатолий Мильченко (USSR).

SECOND ROUND
    
1. Norway                 4  3  1  0   5- 1  7
2. West Germany     4  1  1  2   2- 3  3
3. Finland                 4  0  2  2   1- 4  2

9.08.1979 Finland 0-1 Norway
Goal: Vidar Davidsen 80 or 83
Finland: Olli Isoaho, Mikko Lampi, Leo Houtsonen, Juha Helin, Juha Rissanen, Kari Virtanen, Harri Lindholm (Arto Uimonen 62), Kalle Nieminen (Hannu Turunen 46), Heikki Lampi, Petteri Kupiainen, Hannu Rajaniemi   
Norway: Roy Amundsen, Georg Hammer, Morten Vinje, Einar Jan Aas, Tor Brevik, Bjarne Berntsen, Arne Erlandsen (Vidar Davidsen 78), Stein Gran (Svein Gunnar Rein 60), Geir Olav Henæs, Arne Larsen Økland, Torbjørn Svendsen
Kuopio. Väinölänniemen stadion. 6129 spectators. ARB.: Ole Amundsen (Denmark). 
 
13.09.1979 West Germany 2-0 Finland
Goals: Jürgen Halbe 15 or 16, Arno Wolf 82 or 81
West Germany: Valentin Herr, Hans-Jörg Stiller, Roland Dickgießer, Dieter Kohnle, Walter Kubanczyk, Karl Richter, Herbert Reiß, Hans-Peter Stark, Jürgen Halbe, Ralf Obermüller, Arno Wolf
Finland: Olli Isoaho, Mikko Lampi, Kari Virtanen, Juha Helin, Juha Rissanen, Risto Rosenberg (Jarmo Kaivonurmi 85 or 81), Tuomo Hakala (Harri Lindholm 70), Matti Ahonen, Juhani Himanka, Petteri Kupiainen, Hannu Rajaniemi 
Oberhausen. Stadion Niederrhein. ARB.: Luigi Agnolin (Italy).     
 
26.09.1979 Norway 2-0 West Germany   
Goals: Einar Jan Aas 5 or 6, Georg Hammer 27 or 28
Norway: Roy Amundsen, Georg Hammer (Øystein Wormdal 53), Morten Vinje, Einar Jan Aas, Tor Brevik, Bjarne Berntsen, Arne Erlandsen, Svein Fjælberg, Trygve Johannessen, Arne Larsen Økland, Torbjørn Svendsen (Kurt Kato Tunheim 80)  
West Germany: Valentin Herr, Hans-Jörg Stiller, Karl Richter, Walter Kubanczyk, Rüdiger Menges, Dieter Kohnle, Hans-Peter Stark, Herbert Reiß (Gisbert Paus 80), Jürgen Halbe, Ralf Obermüller, Arno Wolf
Trondheim. Lerkendal stadion. 11781 spectators. ARB.: Ian Foote (Scotland). 
 
10.10.1979 Finland 0-0 West Germany
Finland: Seppo Sairanen, Mikko Lampi (Aki Lahtinen 79 or 72), Kari Virtanen, Juha Helin, Juha Rissanen, Leo Houtsonen, Tuomo Hakala, Pasi Rautiainen, Juhani Himanka, Petteri Kupiainen, Jarmo Kaivonurmi (Harri Lindholm 66 or 68) 
West Germany: Valentin Herr, Dieter Bernhardt, Roland Dickgießer, Uwe Eplinius, Hans-Jörg Stiller, Karl Richter, Jürgen Halbe, Hans-Peter Stark, Gisbert Paus (Michael Grünewald 46), Ralf Obermüller, Arno Wolf
Helsinski. Olympiastadion. 2602 spectators. ARB.: Roger Schoeters (Belgium). 
                 
26.10.1979 Norway 1-1 Finland     
Goals: Svein Gunnar Rein 43 / Pasi Rautiainen 45
Norway: Roy Amundsen, Georg Hammer, Morten Vinje, Einar Jan Aas, Tor Brevik, Arne Erlandsen, Bjarne Berntsen, Svein Fjælberg, Trygve Johannessen (Vidar Hansen 46), Arne Larsen Økland, Svein Gunnar Rein (Stein Kollshaugen 87)  
Finland: Pekka Hieta, Aki Lahtinen, Kari Virtanen (Ari-Pekka Heikkinen 53), Juha Helin, Juha Rissanen, Antti Ronkainen, Juhani Himanka, Hannu Turunen, Raimo Kuuluvainen, Pasi Rautiainen, Harri Lindholm  
Stavanger. Stavanger stadion. 9400 spectators. ARB.: Erik Fredriksson (Sweden). 
 
14.11.1979 West Germany 0-1 Norway    
Goal: Arne Larsen Økland 78 
West Germany: Valentin Herr, Hans-Jörg Stiller, Karl Richter, Dieter Bernhardt (Günther Franusch 67), Roland Dickgießer, Uwe Eplinius, Dieter Kohnle, Michael Grünewald, Klaus Gahr, Ralf Obermüller, Arno Wolf (Hermann Sixt 46)
Norway: Roy Amundsen, Øystein Wormdal, Morten Vinje, Einar Jan Aas, Georg Hammer (Bjarne Berntsen 46), Svein Fjælberg, Anders Giske, Vidar Terje Davidsen, Arne Larsen Økland, Stein Kollshaugen (Stein Gran 74), Arne Erlandsen
Baunatal. Parkstadion. 4667 spectators. ARB.: Antonio Tomeo Palanques (Spain).
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March 7th, 2018, 2:34 pm #11

I have information about pre-olympic in South America (Colombia 1980) with line-ups.
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March 7th, 2018, 2:43 pm #12

You can please send this information hither ?
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March 8th, 2018, 6:24 am #13

Of course, give me a moment and I prepare it to put it.
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March 8th, 2018, 4:02 pm #14

EUROPE 

Group 3
Sources of information:
NIEUWE LEIDSCHE COURANT
HET VRIJE VOLK
LIMBURGSCH DAGBLAD
TROUW
LEIDSE COURANT
NIEUWSBLAD VAN HET NOORDEN
NRC HANDELSBLAD
EL MUNDO DEPORTIVO
ABC (MADRID)
TODO SOBRE TODAS LAS SELECCIONES

FIRST ROUND

1. Belgium            6  4  2  0   9- 3  10
2. Spain                6  2  3  1  10- 6  7
3. Israel                6  1  3  2   6-10  5
4. Netherlands      6  0  2  4   6-12  2

Group 3      
7.03.1979 Netherlands 1-2 Belgium
Goals: Martin (Mat) Hakkens 25 or 27 / Yvan Hoste 13 or 15, 81 or 75
Netherlands: Hennie Spierings, John van der Spek, Wim Wisse, Harry de Haas, Frans Meijer, Henk de Graaf (Bert Graafland), Giel van Dam, Martin (Mat) Hakkens, Rini Verstraeten (Karel Bouwens), Ginus (Ger) Meijerink, Henk Van der Ent
Belgium: Renaat De Zutter, Gaston Marcel Boeckstaens, Paul Theunis,  Danny Koeckelcoren, Michel Wintacq, Jozef (Jos) Daerden, Leo Albert Jozef "Lei" Clijsters, Denier (Gilbert Govaerts), Patrick Schoofs (Daniel Veyt), Paul Sanders, Yvan Hoste
Roosendaal. 1000 spectators. ARB. Riccardo Lattanzi (Italy).
 
28.03.1979 Israel 0-2 Belgium
Goals: Paul Sanders 77, Yvan Hoste 90 penalty
Israel: Arie Haviv, Gadi Machness, Avi Cohen, Haim Bar, Noah Einstein, Itzhak Shum (Shlomo Kirat, 46), Uri Malmilian, Shlomo Mizrahi (Moshe Gariani 81), Gideon (Gidi) Damti, Itzhak “Viki” Peretz, Israel Fogel
Belgium: Renaat De Zutter, Pierre Plessers, Paul Theunis, Michel Wintacq, Danny Koekelcoren, Jozef (Jos) Daerden, Leo Albert Jozef "Lei" Clijsters (Gilbert Govaert), Constant Van den Buys, Paul Sanders, Guido Swinnen (Daniel Veyt 70), Yvan Hoste
Jaffa. Bloomfield Stadium. 17000 spectators. ARB.: Otto Andercu (Romania)
 
28.03.1979 Spain 3-0 Netherlands
Goals: Francisco José “LOBO” CARRASCO Hidalgo 28 or 30 or 32, Manuel SARABIA López 63 or 62, JOAQUÍN Alonso González 73 or 75
Spain: José Luis Fernández MANZANEDO, GERARDO Miranda Concepción, Rafael GORDILLO Vázquez, JOAQUÍN Alonso González, Antonio GARCÍA NAVAJAS, José Cano López "CANITO", Francisco José “LOBO” CARRASCO Hidalgo, VÍCTOR MUÑOZ Manrique, José María BENGOETXEA Larrinaga (Manuel SARABIA López 58 or 59), Jorge DAVID López Fernández (Ricardo Penella ARIAS 85 or 84), Juan José RUBIO Jiménez
Netherlands: Hennie Spierings, Rob Ouderland, Giel van Dam, Harry de Haas, Leon Steeg, Ginus (Ger) Meijerink, Martin (Mat) Hakkens, Piet van Blanken, Bert Graafland (Henk ten Cate 69 or 78), Rini Verstraeten, Henk Van der Ent       
Almería. Stadio Franco Navarro. 20000 spectators. ARB.: António José da Silva Garrido (Portugal). Yellow cards: Ginus (Ger) Meijerink, Rob Ouderland, Harry de Haas
 
12.04.1979 Belgium 3-1 Spain  
Goals: Yvan Hoste 10 or 11 or 13, 40 or 42 or 43 or 44, Paul Sanders 70 or 71 or 72 / Juan José RUBIO Jiménez 54 or 55
Belgium: Renaat De Zutter, Gaston Marcel Boeckstaens, Paul Theunis, Danny Koekelcoren, Michel Wintacq, Jozef (Jos) Daerden, Leo Albert Jozef "Lei" Clijsters, Constant Van den Buys, Paul Sanders, Daniel Veyt, Yvan Hoste
Spain: José Luis Fernández MANZANEDO, GERARDO Miranda Concepción, Rafael GORDILLO Vázquez, Ricardo Penella ARIAS, Antonio GARCÍA NAVAJAS, José Cano López "CANITO", José Francisco ABAD Sorribes, VÍCTOR MUÑOZ Manrique, Manuel SARABIA López, Jorge DAVID López Fernández, Juan José RUBIO Jiménez
Lier. Herman Van der Poorten Stadion (or Het Lisp). 3000 spectators. ARB.: Brian McGinlay (Scotland).            
 
25.04.1979 Belgium 1-0 Netherlands
Goal:  Jozef (Jos) Daerden 38
Belgium: Renaat De Zutter, Gaston Marcel Boeckstaens, Dirk Sanders, Paul Theunis, Rombouts, Jozef (Jos) Daerden, Leo Albert Jozef "Lei" Clijsters, Denier, Paul Sanders, Daniel Veyt, Yvan Hoste
Netherlands: Hennie Spierings, Rob Ouderland, Wim Wisse, Harry de Haas, John van der Spek, Piet van Blanken, Martin (Mat) Hakkens, Ginus (Ger) Meijerink, Henk ten Cate (Rini Verstraeten), Bert Graafland, Henk Van der Ent (Karel Bouwens)
Seraing. 4000 or 5000 spectators. ARB.: Jan Redelfs (West Germany).
 
2.05.1979 Netherlands 1-1 Spain
Goals: Bert Graafland 43 or 44 / Juan José RUBIO Jiménez 35 or 36
Netherlands: Hennie Spierings, John van der Spek, Wim Wisse (Haan 82 or 33), Harry de Haas, Frans Meijer, Piet van Blanken, Giel van Dam, Martin (Mat) Hakkens, Bert Graafland (Karel Bouwens 70 or 71 or 72), Ginus (Ger) Meijerink, Rini Verstraeten
Spain: AGUSTÍN Rodríguez Santiago, GERARDO Miranda Concepción, Juan Jesús González SIERRA, Miguel ARACIL Arnau, Antonio GARCÍA NAVAJAS, José Cano López "CANITO", Vicente BLANCO Brazales, JOAQUÍN Alonso González, Francisco José “LOBO” CARRASCO Hidalgo, Jorge DAVID López Fernández (Miguel Ángel PORTUGAL Vicario 70 or 75), Juan José RUBIO Jiménez
Oldebroek. Municipal de Oldebroek. 500 spectators. ARB.: André Daina (Switzerland).  
 
9.05.1979 Spain 1-1 Israel
Goals: José Cano López "CANITO" 87 or 89 or 90 / Beni Tabak 10 or 11
Spain: AGUSTÍN Rodríguez Santiago, GERARDO Miranda Concepción, Juan Jesús González SIERRA, Miguel ARACIL Arnau, Antonio GARCÍA NAVAJAS, José Cano López "CANITO", Francisco José “LOBO” CARRASCO Hidalgo, JOAQUÍN Alonso González, Miguel Ángel PORTUGAL Vicario, Jorge DAVID López Fernández (Jesús LANDABURU Sagüillo 76 or 80), Juan José RUBIO Jiménez
Israel: Yossi Mizrahi (Arie Haviv 81 or 80), Gadi Machness, Avi Cohen, Avi Yerushalmi, Haim Bar, Uri Malmilian (Moshe Gariani 56), Itzhak Shum, Shlomo Mizrahi, Gideon (Gidi) Damti, Itzhak “Viki” Peretz, Beni Tabak
Murcia. Estadio La Condomina. 20000 spectators. ARB.: John Hunting (England).  
 
26.09.1979 Israel 0-3 Spain
Goals: VÍCTOR MUÑOZ Manrique 53, Miguel Ángel PORTUGAL Vicario 58 or 59, 84 or 85
Israel: Arie Haviv, Shlomo Kirat, Haim Bar, Avi Yerushalmi, Yaacov Cohen, Itzhak Shum, Uri Malmilian, Dani Neumann, Gideon (Gidi) Damti, Itzhak “Viki” Peretz, Beni Tabak
Spain: Francisco BUYO Sánchez, Santiago URQUIAGA Pérez, Antonio GARCÍA NAVAJAS, Rafael GORDILLO Vázquez, VÍCTOR MUÑOZ Manrique (Enrique “QUIQUE” RAMOS González 75), GERARDO Miranda Concepción, Miguel Ángel PORTUGAL Vicario, José JOAQUÍN Pichardo Fernández (MARCOS ALONSO Peña 75), JOAQUÍN Alonso González, Jorge DAVID López Fernández, Juan José RUBIO Jiménez
Ramat-Gan. Municipal Stadium. 15000 or 25000 spectators. ARB.: Horst Brummeier (Austria).  
 
4.10.1979 Netherlands 3-4 Israel
Goals: Giel van Dam 40 or 41, Bert Graafland 49 or 50 or 53, Ben Heemskerk 55 / Gideon (Gidi) Damti 71 or 72 or 61, 88 or 89, Rob Ouderland own goal 77 or Gideon (Gidi) Damti 67, Itzhak “Viki” Peretz 85 or 86
Netherlands: Gerard Drost, Rob Ouderland, Herman Knoppert, Harry de Haas, John van der Spek, Rolf Veneboer, Giel van Dam (Martin Toet 79), Ab Spielhagen, Ben Heemskerk (Piet van Blanken 85), Ginus (Ger) Meijerink, Bert Graafland
Israel: Imanuel "Mano" Schwartz, Nimrod Dreyfus (Yehuda Katsav 55), Haim Bar, Avi Yerushalmi, Noah Einstein, Shlomo Kirat, Itzhak Shum, Uri Malmilian, Gideon (Gidi) Damti, Itzhak “Viki” Peretz, Beni Tabak (Moshe Gariani 60)
Emmen. De Meerdijk Stadium. 2500 or 3000 spectators. ARB.: Rolf Nyhus (Norway)
 
10.10.1979 Belgium 0-0 Israel   
Belgium: Luc Van der Schommen, Patrick Houben, Danny Koekelcoren, Paul Theunis, Gilbert Govaert, Jozef (Jos) Daerden, Leo Albert Jozef "Lei" Clijsters (Patrick Schoofs 20), Constant Van den Buys, Paul Sanders, Guido Swinnen, Daniel Veyt
Israel: Imanuel "Mano" Schwartz, Shlomo Kirat, Haim Bar, Avi Yerushalmi, Noah Einstein, Uri Malmilian (Dani Neumann 67), Itzhak Shum, Yehuda Katsav, Gideon (Gidi) Damti, Itzhak “Viki” Peretz, Moshe Gariani
Forest. Stade Joseph Marien. 3000 spectators. ARB.: Paddy Mullhall (Ireland). Yellow card: Haim Bar. Red card: Yehuda Katsav 40
 
17.10.1979 Spain 1-1 Belgium    
Goals: José JOAQUÍN Pichardo Fernández 34 / Daniel Veyt 15 or 16
Spain: Francisco BUYO Sánchez, Santiago URQUIAGA Pérez, Rafael GORDILLO Vázquez, VÍCTOR MUÑOZ Manrique, Antonio GARCÍA NAVAJAS, GERARDO Miranda Concepción (Agustín GAJATE Vidriales 46), Miguel Ángel PORTUGAL Vicario (Francisco José “LOBO” CARRASCO Hidalgo 46), José JOAQUÍN Pichardo Fernández, JOAQUÍN Alonso González, Jorge DAVID López Fernández, Juan José RUBIO Jiménez
Belgium: Luc Van der Schommen, Patrick Houben, Danny Koekelcoren, Paul Theunis, Rik Van Mechelen, Jozef (Jos) Daerden, Constant Van den Buys, Patrick Schoofs, Daniel Veyt, Guido Swinnen, Paul Sanders  
Castellón de la Plana. Castalia. 15000 spectators. ARB.: Sándor Kuti (Hungary). Yellow card: Patrick Houben   
 
31.10.1979 Israel 1-1 Netherlands
Goals: Gidi Damti 69 / Bert Graafland 75
Israel: Yossi Mizrahi, Shlomo Kirat, Haim Bar, Gad Ben-Dror, Noah Einstein, Itzhak Shum (Beni Tabak 46), Asher Schwartzboim, Dani Neumann, Gideon (Gidi) Damti, Itzhak “Viki” Peretz, Moshe Gariani
Netherlands: Hennie Spierings, Rob Ouderland, Herman Knoppert, Harry de Haas, Giel van Dam, Ko Pot, Martin (Mat) Hakkens (Martin Toet 68), Rolf Veneboer, Bert Graafland, Ginus (Ger) Meijerink, Leo Wesel (Piet Struijk 55)
Beersheba. Municipal Stadium. 2000 spectators. ARB.: Stefanos Hatzistefanou (Cyprus)

SECOND ROUND
 
1. Spain             4  2  1  1   7- 4  5
2. Belgium         4  2  0  2   7- 8  4
3. France           4  1  1  2   7- 9  3

5.12.1979 France 1-1 Spain
Goals: Francisco Buyo own goal 88 or own goal 87 / Miguel Ángel PORTUGAL Vicario 39
France: Richard Ruffier, Daniel Bruno, Dominique Trénoras, Jacques Raymond, Thierry Ninot, Jean-Claude Lafargue, Alain Couriol, Jean-Louis Zanon, Jean-Marc Ferratge, Antoine Trivino (Éric Bellus 80 or 79 or 75), Yannick Stopyra
Spain: Francisco BUYO Sánchez, Santiago URQUIAGA Pérez, Andrés SABIDO Martín, Agustín GAJATE Vidriales, Enrique “QUIQUE” RAMOS González, Jesús LANDABURU Sagüillo, Miguel Ángel PORTUGAL Vicario, Jorge DAVID López Fernández, Hipólito RINCÓN Povedano, JOAQUÍN Alonso González, Juan José RUBIO Jiménez
Montpellier. Stade de la Mosson. 4677 spectators. ARB.: Paolo Bergamo (Italy). Yellow cards: Andrés SABIDO Martín, Juan José RUBIO Jiménez, Yannick Stopyra
 
13.12.1979 Belgium 2-1 Spain    
Goals: Van Den Buys 35 or 36, Paul Sanders 65 or 74 / Jesús LANDABURU Sagüillo 30 or 31
Belgium: Luc Van der Schommen, Gaston Marcel Boeckstaens, Paul Theunis, Dick Sanders, Rik Van Mechelen (Daniel Veyt 69 or 75), Jozef (Jos) Daerden, Leo Albert Jozef "Lei" Clijsters, Constant Van den Buys (Patrick Schoofs 46), Paul Sanders, Guido Swinnen, Yvan Hoste
Spain: Francisco BUYO Sánchez, Santiago URQUIAGA Pérez, Enrique “QUIQUE” RAMOS González, Miguel DE ANDRÉS Barace, Andrés SABIDO Martín, GERARDO Miranda Concepción, Miguel Ángel PORTUGAL Vicario (Javier SUBIRATS Hernández 63 or 64), Jesús LANDABURU Sagüillo, Hipólito RINCÓN Povedano (JOAQUÍN Alonso González 70 or 76 or 78), Jorge DAVID López Fernández, Juan José RUBIO Jiménez     
Genk. Cristal Arena (Waterschei Stadion). 3000 spectators.  ARB.: Bruno Galler (Switzerland). Yellow cards: Hipólito RINCÓN Povedano, Enrique “QUIQUE” RAMOS González, Guido Swinnen
 
20.02.1980 Belgium 4-2 France
Goals: Patrick Schoofs 40, Yvan Hoste 60 penalty, Daniel Veyt 75, Guido Swinnen 86 / Alain Couriol 69, Yannick Stopyra 83
Belgium: Goossens, Gaston Marcel Boeckstaens, Paul Theunis, Rudy Vossen (Patrick Houben 12), Danny Koekelcoren, Jozef (Jos) Daerden, Dirk Sanders, Patrick Schoofs, Daniel Veyt, Paul Sanders (Guido Swinnen 32), Yvan Hoste
France: Michel Dussuyer, Daniel Bruno, Dominique Trénoras (Jean-Claude Lafargue 61), Jacques Raymond, William Ayache, Paul Brot, Jean-Louis Zanon, Alain Couriol, Jean-Marc Ferratge, Yannick Stopyra, Antoine Trivino (Éric Bellus)
La Louvière. Stade du Tivoli. 1500 spectators.   
 
5.03.1980 Spain 2-0 Belgium   
Goals: Enrique “QUIQUE” RAMOS González 47 or 48, Juan José RUBIO Jiménez 89 or 90
Spain: Francisco BUYO Sánchez, Santiago URQUIAGA Pérez, Miguel DE ANDRÉS Barace, Rafael GARCÍA CORTÉS, José Manuel Martínez Toral “MANOLO” (Miguel ARACIL Arnau 46), JOAQUÍN Alonso González, Jorge DAVID López Fernández, Enrique “QUIQUE” RAMOS González, MARCOS ALONSO Peña, Enrique MONTERO Rodríguez (Estanislao ARGOTE Salaberría 87), Juan José RUBIO Jiménez
Belgium: Luc Van der Schommen, Gaston Marcel Boeckstaens, Danny Koekelcoren, Paul Theunis, Rudy Vossen, Jozef (Jos) Daerden (Pierre Janssen 62), Paul Sanders (Raphaël Quaranta 62), Patrick Schoofs, Daniel Veyt, Guido Swinnen, Yvan Hoste
or Belgian substitutions:  Dick Sanders (Pierre Janssen 62), Jozef (Jos) Daerden (Raphaël Quaranta 62)
Almería. Franco Navarro. 14000 spectators.  ARB.: Hendrik (Henk) Weerink (Netherlands).
 
19.03.1980 France 3-1 Belgium
Goals: Alain Couriol 8, 67, Jean-Claude Lemoult 40 / Yvan Hoste 35 penalty 
France: Richard Ruffier, Daniel Bruno, Jean-Claude Lafargue, Jacques Raymond, Thierry Ninot, Jean-Claude Lemoult, Jean-Louis Zanon, Paul Brot, Roger Ricort, Alain Couriol, Éric Bellus
Belgium: Luc Van der Schommen, Patrick Houben, Gaston Marcel Boeckstaens, Paul Theunis, Rudy Vossen, Raphaël Quaranta, Jozef (Jos) Daerden, Dirk Sanders, Guido Swinnen, Daniel Veyt (Oldebeech 57), Yvan Hoste
Limoges. Stade municipal de Beaublanc. 12000 spectators.  
     
23.04.1980 Spain 3-1 France
Goals: Enrique MONTERO Rodríguez 24 or 25 or 26, Juan José RUBIO Jiménez 38 penalty, 82 penalty or 83 penalty / Éric Bellus 75 or 76
Spain: Francisco BUYO Sánchez, Santiago URQUIAGA Pérez, Enrique “QUIQUE” RAMOS González, Miguel ARACIL Arnau, Miguel DE ANDRÉS Barace, Agustín GAJATE Vidriales, MARCOS ALONSO Peña, VÍCTOR MUÑOZ Manrique, Jorge DAVID López Fernández, Juan José RUBIO Jiménez (José Francisco ABAD Sorribes 88 or 86), Enrique MONTERO Rodríguez (JULIO SUÁREZ Cabrera 88 or 86)
France: Richard Ruffier, Daniel Bruno, Jacques Raymond, Jean-Claude Lafargue, Thierry Ninot, Jean-Claude Lemoult, Jean-Louis Zanon, Paul Brot, Gérard Buscher, Alain Couriol, Éric Bellus
Alicante. Estadio José Rico Pérez. 25000 spectators. ARB.: Marijan Rauš (Yugoslavia).   
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March 8th, 2018, 4:27 pm #15

Great job !!!.
I have some CONCACAF qualifying matches of 1980, tonight or tomorrow put them here.
I have a lot of information from all the pre-Olympic of South America since 1964 with lots of lineups.
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March 8th, 2018, 5:05 pm #16

Note that originally Round 1 of Group 3 had the same format as the other groups (2 pairs of 2 legs): the Netherlands vs Spain and Belgium vs Israel. The four countries requested FIFA and IOC to play instead a double round-robin with the top two qualifying for the next round with France.
PS: I'll go trough the details of the matches of the Netherlands (also of your other posts) and make corrections if necessary, but please be patient.
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March 9th, 2018, 4:57 pm #17

Antikov:
16.05.1979 Ireland 0-0 Norway
Ireland: Jim Finnerty, Brian Daly, Tim Sheridan, Cormac Breslin, Ritchie Williams, Dan Heffernan, Ronnie Whelan, Gino Lawless (John Cervi 77), Paddy Joyce, Steven Craig, Gary Barrett
I have:
 Jim Sheridan
 Gary Barrett (John Cervi 77').


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31.05.1979 Norway 2-1 Ireland (Norway win 2-1 on aggregate)
Goals: Georg Hammer 71, Arne Larsen Økland 84 penalty / Paddy Joyce 61 or 69 or 70
Ireland: Jim Finnerty, Brian Daly (Con McLaughlin 70),
I have:
 Hammer 75', Økland 84' pen / Joyce 73'
 Brian Daly (Redmond Lane 70')
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CONCACAF Qualifiers 1980
 
First Round
 
Zone 1 (North America)
 
Round 1
 
01-04-1979, Prospect, Bermuda National Stadium, 4000/5500
Bermuda - Canada 3-0
Andre Amory 6', Ralph Bean 12', 87' pen.
Bermuda: Arnold West, Wendell Simmons, Wendell 'Joe' Trott, Frankie Brewster, Ellsworth Lambert, George Brangman, Danvers Seymour, Robert Calderon (c) (Randy Bean 67'), Coolridge Bell, Andre Amory (Bernard Dowling), Ralph Bean. 
Coach: Carlton 'Peppy' Dill.
Canada: Enzo DiPede; Carlo Alberti, Jim McLoughlin, Mike McLenaghen, Ivan Belfiore (David McCaig 46'), Gerry Gray, Oscar Albuquerque, Mike Sweeney, Bob McAvan, Gerry Morelli (Lajos Nagy 71'), Branko Segota.
Coach: Barrie Clarke.
Referee: Tomas Herrera Garcia (El Salvador).
Note: Olympic Games 1980/Pan-American Games 1979 qualifying.
 
27-05-1979, Ottawa, Lansdowne Park, 5000/5500
Canada  – Bermuda 2-5
Mike Burke 62', Mike Sweeney 80'; Ralph Bean 38', 85', George Brangman 52', Wendell 'Joe' Trott 60', Marischal Astwood 76'
Canada: Marcus Klein; David MacKenzie, Mike McLenaghen, Randy Regan, Mike Sweeney, Bob McAvan (Neil McEachern 46'), David McCaig, Oscar Albuquerque, Gerry Gray, Lajos Nagy, Rosario Ongaro (Mike Burke 55').
Coach: Barrie Clarke.
Bermuda: Arnold West, Wendell Baxter, Wendell 'Joe' Trott, Frankie Brewster (Wendell Simmons), Ellsworth Lambert, George Brangman, Danvers Seymour, Robert Calderon (c), Ralph Bean, Marischal Astwood, Coolridge Bell (Melvin Bean).
Coach: Carlton 'Peppy' Dill.
Referee: Gino D'Ippolito (United States).
 
Bermuda win 8-2 on aggregate.
 
23-05-1979, Leon, Estadio León 'Nou Camp', 13000
Mexico – United States 4-0
David Sepúlveda 17', Miguel Ángel Mendoza 20', José Luis Rivera 77', Gonzalo Farfán 81'/Joseph Morrone 81' OG
Mexico: José Luis Lugo; Efraín Herrera, David Sepúlveda (Felipe Comparán 86'), Alejandro Villalobos, Miguel Ángel Fuentes, Hugo Dávila, José Luis Rivera, Miguel Ángel Mendoza, Eduardo Moses (Gonzalo Farfán 75'), Sergio Lira, Francisco Zacarias.
Coach: Luis Luna.
United States: David Brcic; Joe Clarke, Joseph Morrone, George Nanchoff, Greg Makowski, Perry van der Beck, Rick Davis, Larry Hulcer, Greg Villa (Louis Nanchoff 46'), Don Ebert, Dave MacWilliams (Curtis Leeper 62').
Coach: Walt Chyzowych.
Referee: Willie Taylor (Jamaica).
Note: also reported Felipe Comparán (Mexico) in at 46'?.

03-06-1979, New York, Giants Stadium
United States – Mexico 0-2
Efraín Herrera 38', Sergio Lira 90'
United States: David Brcic; Tony Crudo, Joe Clarke, Tyrone Keough, Greg Makowski, Curtis Leeper, Perry van der Beck, Angelo Di Bernardo (Dave MacWilliams), Greg Villa, Don Ebert (John Hayes), Jimmy Stamatis.
Coach: Walt Chyzowych.
Mexico: José Luis Lugo; Alejandro Villalobos, David Sepúlveda (Felipe Comparán), Miguel Ángel Fuentes (Cristóbal Rico), Efraín Herrera (Jorge Morales), Armando Romero, José Luis Rivera, Miguel Ángel Mendoza, Sergio Lira, Eduardo Moses, Francisco Zacarías.
Coach: Luis Luna.
Referee: Rómulo Méndez (Guatemala).
Sent off: Dave MacWilliams (United States) at +-45'.
 
Mexico win 6-0 on aggregate.
 
Note: United States filed a protest with the IOC over Mexico's use of professional players (in both matches, club side Unión de Curtidores had represented Mexico). Mexico withdrew its team which was replaced by United States.
 
Round 2
 
02-12-1979, Prospect, Bermuda National Stadium
Bermuda - United States 0-3
Njego Pesa 10', Rick Davis 68', Angelo DiBernardo 77'
Bermuda: Coolridge Bell.
Coach: Carlton 'Peppy' Dill.
United States: Paul Coffee; Greg Makowski, Tyrone Keough, Bill McKeon, Tony Bellinger, Larry Hulcer, Angelo Di Bernardo, Rick Davis, Njego Pesa, Louis Nanchoff, Greg Villa.
Coach: Walt Chyzowych.
Referee:
Sent off: Coolridge Bell (Bermuda) at 76'.
 
06-12-1979, Fort Lauderdale, Lockhart Stadium
United States – Bermuda 5-0
Greg Villa, George Nanchoff, Louis Nanchoff, Rick Davis (2)
United States: Paul Coffee; Greg Makowski, Tyrone Keough, Bill McKeon, Tony Bellinger, Perry van der Beck, Rick Davis, Larry Hulcer, Louis Nanchoff (George Nanchoff), Njego Pesa, Greg Villa.
Coach: Walt Chyzowych.
Bermuda:
Coach: Carlton 'Peppy' Dill.
Referee:
 
United States win 8-0 on aggregate.
 
Zone 2 (Central America)
 
Round 1
 
22-05-1979, San José/San Juan de Tibás, Estadio Ricardo Saprissa Aymá
Costa Rica – Panama 4-0
Gerardo Gutiérrez 8', 37', Jorge Ulate 77', 85'
Costa Rica: Rodolfo Álvarez, Octavio Castillo, Claudio 'Franco' Benavides, Álvaro Castro, Carlos Toppings, William Ávila, Carlos Luis Lobo, Rodolfo Ramírez Binns, Gerardo Gutiérrez, Jorge Ulate, Jorge White.
(Subs used: Álvaro Solano, Mario McKenzie).
Coach: Antonio Moyano Reina (Spain).
Panama: Raúl Moreno; Luis Araúz, Eric Luna, Selín González, Luis Aponte, Edwin González, Rogelio Cáceres (c), Antonio Davis, Ricardo Buitrago, Daniel Montilla, Agustín Sánchez. (Subs used: Héctor Ávila, Fernando Flores).
Coach: Omar Muraco (Argentina).
Referee: Jorge Alberto Narvéez (Mexico).

25-05-1979, San José, Estadio Nacional de La Sabana, 3797 
Costa Rica – Panama 2-0
Gerardo Gutiérrez 18', Jorge Manuel Ulate 32'
Costa Rica: Rodolfo Álvarez; Carlos Toppings, Claudio Benavides, Álvaro Castro, Enrique Díaz, Carlos Luis Lobo, William Ávila, Rodolfo Ramírez Binns (Álvaro Solano), Gerardo Gutiérrez, Jorge Manuel Ulate (Jorge Cheves), Jorge White.
Coach: Antonio Moyano Reina (Spain).
Panama: Raúl Moreno; Héctor Ávila, Eric Luna, Selín González, Luis Aponte, Edwin González, Rogelio Cáceres (c), Antonio Davis, Agustín Sánchez (Fernando Flores), Daniel Montilla, Ricardo Buitrago (Guillermo Quiñónez).
Coach: Omar Muraco (Argentina).
Referee: David Socha (United States).

Costa Rica win 6-0 on aggregate.
 
13-05-1979, Ciudad de Guatemala, Estadio Mateo Flores, 20000
Guatemala – El Salvador 2-0
Julio de la Roca 34', Adán Paniagua 52'
Guatemala: Hermenegildo Pepp Castro; Mynor Pérez McNish (José Francisco Vidal), Fredy Cabrera, Ricardo Rushford, José Domingo Calderón; Miguel Ángel Cruz, Selvin Galindo, Jorge Fernández; Julio de la Roca (Raúl Galdámez), Adán Paniagua, Mynor Morales.
Coach: Óscar Raúl Cancinos.
El Salvador: Ricardo Calderón; Orlando Parada Molina, Jaime Rodríguez (Abilio Martínez), Gonzalo Henríquez, Manuel Ramos; Mauricio Méndez, Rolando Aguirre, Mauricio Alfaro; Miguel González (José Antonio Infantozzi), Ever Hernández, Mauricio Quintanilla.
Coach: Raúl Magaña.
Referee: Luis Paulino Siles (Costa Rica).

20-05-1979, San Salvador, Estadio de Cuscatlán, 12000
El Salvador – Guatemala 1-0
Alex Cordero 30'
El Salvador: Ricardo Calderón; Orlando Parada Molina, Jaime Rodríguez (c), Gonzalo Henríquez, Luis Rivas (Mauricio Quintanilla); Mauricio Méndez, Rolando Aguirre, Mauricio Alfaro; Orlando Chicas, Miguel González, Alex Cordero.
Coach: Raúl Magaña.
Guatemala: Hermenegildo Pepp Castro; José Domingo Calderón, Fredy Cabrera, Ricardo Rushford, José Francisco Vidal; Miguel Ángel Cruz (c), Selvin Galindo (Víctor Hugo Monzón), Jorge Fernández; Julio de la Roca (Joaquín Álvarez 44'), Adán Paniagua, Mynor Morales.
Coach: Óscar Raúl Cancinos.
Referee: Carlos Marcel Pérez Guevara (Mexico).
Sent off: Alex Cordero (El Salvador) at 58' and Joaquín Álvarez (Guatemala) at 67'.

Guatemala win 2-1 on aggregate.
 
Round 2
 
25-07-1979, San José, Estadio Nacional de La Sabana, 12000 
Costa Rica – Guatemala 1-2
Jorge Manuel Ulate 55'; Carlos López Valdés 69', 80'
Costa Rica: Gladstone Edmond; Nelson Bastos, Álvaro Castro, Miguel Simpson Lacey, Enrique Díaz; José Manuel Rojas, Asdrúbal Paniagua, Róger Álvarez (Carlos Watson 46'); Gerardo Gutiérrez (Carlos Santana 32'), Jorge Manuel Ulate, Gerardo Solano.
Coach: Antonio Moyano Reina (Spain).
Guatemala: Hermenegildo Pepp Castro; José Domingo Calderón, Víctor Hugo Monzón,
Fredy Cabrera, Felipe Antonio Carías; Édgar Bolaños, Miguel Ángel Cruz, Jorge Fernández; Carlos López Valdez (Mynor Morales), Adán Paniagua, Byron Pérez (Jorge Escobar 76').
Coach: José Ernesto Romero.
Referee: Antonio Márquez Ramírez (Mexico).

05-08-1979, Ciudad de Guatemala, Estadio Mateo Flores, 50000
Guatemala – Costa Rica 0-1
Róger Álvarez 20'
Guatemala: Hermenegildo Pepp Castro; José Domingo Calderón, Víctor Hugo Monzón, Fredy Cabrera, Felipe Antonio Carías; Édgar Bolaños, Jorge Fernández, Miguel Ángel Cruz; Carlos López Valdez (Selvin Galindo 46'), Adán Paniagua, Byron Pérez.
Coach: José Ernesto Romero.
Costa Rica: Sergio Salazar; Nelson Bastos, Álvaro Castro (Enrique Díaz ~80'), Carlos Jiménez, Wílberth Barquero; Fernando Montero, Róger Álvarez, José Manuel Rojas; Carlos Santana, Wálter Navarro (Asdrúbal Paniagua ~70'), Javier Jiménez.
Coach: Antonio Moyano Reina (Spain).
Referee: Marcel Pérez Guevara (Mexico).
Note: Felipe Antonio Carías (Guatemala) missed a penalty at 31'.

Playoff 
 
26-08-1979, San Salvador, Estadio de Cuscatlán, 45000
Costa Rica – Guatemala 1-0
Fernando Montero 83'
Costa Rica: Sergio Salazar; Nelson Bastos, Álvaro Castro, Carlos Jiménez, Wílberth Barquero; Róger Álvarez (William Fischer Salgado 55'), Johnny Alvarado, José Manuel Rojas; Carlos Santana (Enrique Díaz 86'), Fernando Montero, Javier Jiménez.
Coach: Antonio Moyano Reina (Spain).
Guatemala: Hermenegildo Pepp Castro; José Domingo Calderón, Clemente Sánchez, Fredy Cabrera, Felipe Antonio Carías; Édgar Bolaños, Miguel Ángel Cruz, Selvin Galindo; René Morales (Jorge Fernández ~70'), Bobby Tally, Byron Pérez (Julio de la Roca 62').
Coach: José Ernesto Romero.
Referee: Tomás Herrera García (El Salvador).
Notes: played in El Salvador.
The goal-scorer is also reported as Javier Jiménez.
Two members of Guatemala's squad, Jorge Escobar and Richard Rushford, died in a car crash on 22-08-1979.

Costa Rica win 3-2 on aggregate.
 
Zone 3 (Caribbean)
 
Preliminary Round
 
Barbados w/o Grenada  [withdrew]
 
Round 1
 
08-05-1979, Bridgetown, Barbados National Stadium, 12000
Barbados – Suriname 1-2
Dana Hewitt 1-45'; Jacob Stewart 1-45', Johan Berdberg 66'
Barbados: Dana Hewitt.
Coach:
Suriname: Jacob Stewart, Johan Berdberg.
Coach:
Referee:
 
27-05-1979, Paramaribo, Surinamestadion, 8000
Suriname – Barbados 5-1
Lester Smith OG, Delano Rigters, Kenneth Stjeward, Roy George, Wilfred Garden 89'; Bascomb
Suriname: Delano Rigters, Kenneth Stjeward, Roy George, Wilfred Garden.
Coach:
Barbados: Lester Smith, Bascomb.
Coach:
Referee: Felix Gay (Trinidad and Tobago).
 
Suriname win 7-2 on aggregate.
 
13-05-1979, Kingston, Independence Park
Jamaica – Cuba 0-3
Ramón Núñez 23', 65', 84'
Jamaica: Orville Edwards, William Welch, Bancrooft Gordon, Lenworth Hyde, Lorne Donaldson, David Burgess, George Henry (Dennis Hutchinson 46'), Michael Clarke.
Coach:
Cuba: Andrés Roldán, Carlos Loredo, Dagoberto Lara, Regino Delgado, Jorge Massó, Jorge Maya Rondón, Ramón Núñez.
Coach:
Referee:
 
27-05-1979, La Habana, Estadio Pedro Marrero
Cuba – Jamaica 2-0
Regino Delgado, Lázaro Amado Povea
Cuba: Lázaro Amado Povea, Regino Delgado.
Coach:
Jamaica: Orville Edwards, O'neil Russell.
Coach:
Referee:
Sent off: O'neil Russell (Jamaica).
 
Cuba win 5-0 on aggregate.
 
01-04-1979, Port-au-Prince, Stade Sylvio Cator, 15000
Haiti - Dominican Republic 4-1
Gerald Romulus 17', Juan Maria Trinidad 32' OG, Fritz Bobo ??', Carlo Brevil ??'; Rafael Perez Gomez 5'
Haiti: Paul Maxi; Goebbels Cadet, Lionel Bayard, Ulrick Simeon, Guy Allen (c), Gerald Romulus, Jean Marie Jean Baptiste, Carlo Brevil, Jacques Jean Louis, Fritz Bobo, Jean Joseph Mathelier.
Coach: Rene Vertus.
Dominican Republic: Belman Mejia; Herminio Patrou, Anders Barrientos, Roberto Rodriguez, Juan Maria Trinidad, Alfredo Garcia, Ramon Cartagena, Jose de Jesus Pichardo (c), Jose A. Salcedo, Rafael Perez Gomez, Ramon Martinez Nota.
Coach:
Referee: Ilio Matos (Canada).
 
27-05-1979, Port-au-Prince, Stade Sylvio Cator
Haiti - Dominican Republic 3-0
Gerald Romulus 36' pen., Jacques Jean Louis 75', Fritz Bobo 85' pen.
Haiti: Paul Maxi; Goebbels Cadet, Guy Allen (c), Yves Jeune, Lionel Bayard; Gerald Duverger, Jacques Jean Louis, Fritz Bobo; Carlo Brevil, Gerald Romulus, Jean Joseph Mathelier.
Coach: Rene Vertus.
Dominican Republic: Belman Mejía; Herminio Padrón, Andres Barrientos, Roberto Rodríguez, Juan María Trinidad; Ramón Cartagena, José de Jesús Pichardo (c), Ramírez; Delgado, Ramón Martínez, Rafael Pérez Gómez.
Coach:
Referee: Ilio Matos (Canada).
 
Haiti win 7-1 on aggregate.
 
08-05-1979, Oranjestad, Wilhelminastadion
Netherlands Antilles - Trinidad and Tobago 2-3
Amado Rosina 39', Shon Cai Zimmerman 78' pen.; Marlon Charles 1', Bert Neptune 11' pen., Raymond Celaire 73' OG
Netherlands Antilles: Glenn La Rosa; Roland Sintjago, Shon Cai Zimmerman, Yenny Loefstok, Raymond Celaire, Edwin Helder, Edwin López, Louis Richardson, Amado Rosina, Joy Rosa, Jossy Koolman.
Coach:
Trinidad and Tobago: Michael Maurice; Anthony Fernandes, Gordon Husbands, Stephen Pierre, Reymond George, Curtis Murrell, Leonore La Forest, Kendall Wakes, Terrence Roach, Bert Neptune, Marlon Charles.
Coach:
Referee: George Douglas (Barbados).
 
19-05-1979, Port of Spain
Trinidad and Tobago - Netherlands Antilles 6-1
Marlon Charles (2), R. Frederick (2), Bert Neptune, Curtis Murrell; Stephen Pierre OG
Trinidad and Tobago: Marlon Charles, R. Frederick, Bert Neptune, Curtis Murrell, Stephen Pierre.
Coach:
Netherlands Antilles:
Coach:
Referee:
 
Trinidad and Tobago win 9-3 on aggregate.
 
Round 2
 
05-08-1979, La Habana, Estadio Pedro Marrero, 40000
Cuba - Haiti 0-1
Carlo Brévil 17'/21'
Cuba: José Francisco Reinoso; Miguel López, Carlos Loredo, Luis Dreke, Luis Manuel Sánchez, Andrés Roldán, Jorge Massó, Regino Delgado, Dagoberto Lara, Ramón Núñez. (1 missing) (Subs used: Fenton, Cepeda).
Coach: Roberto Hernández.
Haiti: Paul Maxi; Daniel 'Goebbels' Cadet, Gerald Duverger, Réginald Vielot, Guy Allen (c), Gerald Romulus, Jean-Marie Jean-Baptiste, Carlo Brévil, Jacques Jean-Louis, Fritz Bobo, Jean-Joseph Mathelier.
Coach: Rene Vertus.
Referee: David Socha (United States).
 
18-08-1979, Port-au-Prince, Estadio Silvio Cator
Haiti – Cuba 0-0
Haiti:
Coach: Rene Vertus.
Cuba:
Coach: Roberto Hernández.
Referee:
 
Haiti win 1-0 on aggregate.
 
09-08-1979, Port of Spain
Trinidad and Tobago – Suriname 2-0
?
Trinidad and Tobago:
Coach:
Suriname:
Coach: Armand Sahadsewsing.
Referee:
 
26-08-1979, Paramaribo, Surinamestadion
Suriname - Trinidad and Tobago 3-1
Delano Righters 15', 24', Rinaldo Entingh 30'; Mike 65'
Suriname: Delano Righters, Rinaldo Entingh.
Coach: Armand Sahadsewsing.
Trinidad and Tobago: Mike.
Coach:
Referee: ? (Netherlands Antilles).
 
Playoff
 
30-09-1979, Kingston, Independence Park
Suriname - Trinidad and Tobago 2-0
Roy George, Delano Righters
Suriname: Roy George, Delano Righters.
Coach: Armand Sahadsewsing.
Trinidad and Tobago:
Coach:
Referee:
Note: playoff played in Jamaica.
 
Suriname win 5-3 on aggregate.
 
Round 3
 
07-12-1979, Port-au-Prince, Stade Sylvio Cator, 20000
Haiti - Suriname 2-0
Gerald Romulus 5', Jean-Joseph Mathelier ??'
Haiti: Paul Maxi; Daniel 'Goebbels' Cadet, Lionel Bayard, Réginald Vielot, Guy Allen (c), Michael Fleurizard (Hugo Pierre), Gerald Romulus, Jean-Yves Vincent, Carmin Vélimat (Jacques Jean-Louis), Fritz Bobo, Jean-Joseph Mathelier.
Coach: Rene Vertus.
Suriname: Edmund Leilis; Milton Lieveld, Frank Borgia, Wilfred Garden, Siegfried Rustenberg, Edgar Rust, Frits Purperhart, Roy George, Herman Fransman, Delano Righters, Kenneth Stjeward.
Coach: Armand Sahadsewsing.
Referee: Carl Halford Belnavis (Jamaica).
Note: the date is also reported as 01-03-1980.
 
14-12-1979, Paramaribo, Surinamestadion
Suriname – Haiti 2-0
Siegfried Rustenberg, John Nelom.
Suriname: Edmund Leilis; Frank Borgia, Wilfred Garden, Frits Purperhart, Jacob Stewart, Jan Voorn, John Nelom, Ortwien Pinas, Milton Lieveld (Aloysius Hankers), Siegfried Rustenberg, Roy George.
Coach: Armand Sahadsewsing.
Haiti: Paul Maxi (gk).
Coach: Rene Vertus.
Referee: Luis Paulino Siles Calderon (Costa Rica).
Note: the date is also reported as 05-03-1980.
 
Playoff
 
12-01-1980, Port of Spain
Suriname – Haiti 2-0
?
Suriname:
Coach: Armand Sahadsewsing.
Haiti:
Coach: Rene Vertus.
Referee:
Notes: playoff played in Trinidad and Tobago.
 
Suriname win 4-2 on aggregate.
 
Final round
 
12-03-1980, San José
Costa Rica – Suriname 3-2
Javier Jiménez 1HT, 1HT, Rodolfo Mills 52' pen.; Siegfried Rustenberg 1HT, Herman Fransman 1HT
Costa Rica: Didier Gutiérrez; Carlos Nicanor Toppings, Ricardo García, Álvaro Castro, Marvin Obando; Rodolfo Mills (Carlos Torres), Eduardo Velásquez (Wílliam Ávila), Francisco 'Chico' Hernández; Jorge White, Fernando Montero, Javier Jiménez.
Coach: Antonio Moyano Reina (Spain).
Suriname: Edmund Leilis; Siegfried Rustenberg, Frank Borgia, Wilfred Garden, Milton Lieveld; Jacob Stewart, Roy George, Wensley Bundel; Jan Voorn (Delano Righters), Herman Fransman, Rinaldo Entingh.
Coach: Armand Sahadsewsing.
Referee:

16-03-1980, Orlando
United States – Suriname 2-1
Joseph Morrone, Don Ebert; Jantje Voorn 23'
United States: Paul Coffee; Joe Clarke, Bill McKeon, Tyrone Keough, Tony Bellinger, Perry Van der Beck, Joseph Morrone, Angelo Di Bernadro, Louis Nanchoff, Don Ebert, Greg Villa.
Coach: Walt Czychowych.
Suriname: Jantje Voorn.
Coach: Armand Sahadsewsing.
Referee:
 
20-03-1980, San José
Costa Rica – United States 0-1
Don Ebert 44'
Costa Rica squad: Didier Gutiérrez (gk), Javier Masís, Carlos Nicanor Toppings, Ricardo García, Álvaro Castro, Marvin Obando; Rodolfo Mills, Francisco 'Chico' Hernández, Herberth Quesada, Tomás Eduardo Velásquez, Róger Álvarez, Wílliam Ávila; Jorge White, Fernando Montero, Javier Jiménez, Carlos Torres.
Coach: Antonio Moyano Reina (Spain).
United States: Paul Coffee; Joe Clarke, Bill McKeon, Tyrone Keough, Tony Bellinger, Perry van der Beck, Joseph Morrone, Angelo DiBernardo, Louis Nanchoff, Don Ebert, Greg Villa.
Coach: Walt Czychowych.
Referee:
 
25-03-1980, Edwardsville, Cougar Field
United States - Costa Rica 1-1
Don Ebert 26'; Carlos Toppings 79'
United States: Paul Coffee; Joe Clarke, Tyrone Keough, Doc Lawson, Tony Bellinger, Perry van der Beck, Joseph Morrone, Angelo Di Bernardo, Louis Nanchoff, Don Ebert, Greg Villa.
Coach: Walt Chyzowych.
Costa Rica squad: Didier Gutiérrez (gk), Javier Masís, Carlos Nicanor Toppings, Ricardo García, Álvaro Castro, Marvin Obando; Rodolfo Mills, Francisco 'Chico' Hernández, Herberth Quesada, Tomás Eduardo Velásquez, Róger Álvarez, Wílliam Ávila; Jorge White, Fernando Montero, Javier Jiménez, Carlos Torres.
Coach: Antonio Moyano Reina (Spain). 
Referee:
Sent off: Angelo Di Bernardo (United States) at 63'.
 
30-03-1980, Paramaribo, Surinamestadion 
Suriname - Costa Rica 2-3
Siegfried Rustenberg 2HT, Rinaldo Entingh ??'; Jorge White 37', 2HT, Rodolfo Mills 42'
Suriname: Edmund Leilis; Milton Lieveld, Frank Borgia, Wilfred Garden, Siegfried Rustenberg, Delano Righters, Frits Purperhart, Rinaldo Entingh, Wensley Bundel, Herman Fransman/John Nelom, Jan Voorn.
Coach: Armand Sahadsewsing.
Costa Rica: Didier Gutiérrez; Javier Masís, Álvaro Castro, Ricardo García, Carlos Nicanor Toppings, Wílliam Ávila, Rodolfo Mills, Róger Álvarez, Francisco 'Chico' Hernández (c), Jorge White, Marvin Obando.
Coach: Antonio Moyano Reina (Spain).
Referee: Hubert/Porois Tromp (Netherlands Antilles).

02-04-1980, Paramaribo, Surinamestadion 
Suriname - United States 4-2
Roy George, Milton Lieveld, Kenneth Stjeward, John Nelom; Njego Pesa, Juli Veee
Suriname: Roy George, Milton Lieveld, Kenneth Stjeward, John Nelom.
Coach: Armand Sahadsewsing.
United States: Paul Coffee; Joe Clarke, Len Salvemini, John Lignos, John Hayes, Perry van der Beck, Ray Vigliotti, Njego Pesa, Greg Villa, Don Ebert, Darryl Gee.
Coach: Walt Chyzowych.
Referee:
 
1. Costa Rica       4  2  1  1   7- 6  5
2. United States   4  2  1  1   6- 6  5
3. Suriname         4  1  0  3   9-10  2
 
Costa Rica and United States qualify.
 
Note: due to political boycott United States did not enter the Final Tournament in Moscow. Cuba replacement United States.
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Suriname 3-1 Trinidad and Tobago
Goals: 1-0 Delano Righters 15', 2-0 Delano Righters 24', 3-0 Rinaldo Entingh 30', 3-1 Mike 65'

Trinidad and Tobago 0-2 Suriname  (Suriname win 5-3 on aggregate) 
Goals: Roy George, Delano Righters

Costa Rica 3-2 Suriname
Goals: 1-0 Javier Jiménez, 2-0 Javier Jiménez, 3-2 Javier Jiménez penalty or Rodolfo Mills 52 penalty  / Siegfried Rustenberg, Fransman Nelom

USA 2-1 Suriname
Goals: Joseph Morrone, Don Ebert / Jantje Voorn 23'
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RBJUAN69:
01-04-1979, Hamilton, Bermuda National Stadium, 5500
Bermuda - Canada 3-0
Andre Amory 6', Ralph Bean 12', 85'
Bermuda: Arnold West; George Bragman, Wendell Baxter, Stephen Riley, Frank Breester, Andre Amory, Coolridge Bell, Danny Lambert, Lorenzo Symonds (Ralph Bean 46´), Joseph Trot, Richard Calderon.
Coach:
Hmm. You have Ralph Bean scoring at 12', but not on the pitch until 46'...

I have:
Prospect, National Stadium, 4000
Andre Amory 6', Ralph Bean 12' 87' pen
Arnold West, Wendell Simmons, Wendell 'Joe' Trott, Frankie Brewster, Ellsworth Lambert, George Brangman, Danvers Seymour, Robert Calderon [c] (Randy Bean 67'), Coolridge Bell, Andre Amory (Bernard Dowling), Ralph Bean.
Coach: Carlton 'Peppy' Dill.

RBJUAN69:
27-05-1979, Ottawa, Lansdowne Park, 5000/5500
Canada  – Bermuda 2-5
Mike Burke 72', Mike Sweeney 81'; Ralph Bean 39', 85', Winston/Wendell Trott 52', George Brangman 58', Stephen/Marshall Astwood 77'
I have:
Burke 62', Sweeney 80' / Ralph Bean 38' 85', Brangman 52', Wendell 'Joe' Trott 60', Marischal Astwood 76'
Bermuda: Arnold West, Wendell Baxter, Wendell 'Joe' Trott, Frankie Brewster (Wendell Simmons), Ellsworth Lambert, George Brangman, Danvers Seymour, Robert Calderon [c], Ralph Bean, Marischal Astwood, Coolridge Bell (Melvin Bean).

02-12-1979, Hamilton, Bermuda National Stadium
Bermuda - United States 0-3
Angelo Di Bernardo, Njego Pesa, Rick Davis
Njego Pesa 10', Rick Davis 68', Angelo DiBernardo 77'
Sent off: Coolridge Bell 76'


12-12-1979, Fort Lauderdale
United States – Bermuda 5-0
Greg Villa, George Nanchoff, Louis Nanchoff, Rick Davis, ? Own Goal
6th December (not 12th), at Lockhart Stadium.  Rick Davis x2 (no OG) in most sources.


22-05-1979, San José, Estadio Ricardo Saprissa
Costa Rica – Panama 4-0
Gerardo Gutiérrez 8', 37', 77', Jorge Manuel Ulate 85'
"La Nación" says Gutiérrez 8' 37',  Ulate 77' 85'
 Buzón de Rodrigo agrees and gives you the proper spellings of all the Costa Rica player names.

Panama players are named in "La Nación" and on this Panama webpage.
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March 10th, 2018, 10:59 pm #21

Thank you very much Neal, updated data.
Do you have the Bermuda lineups against USA?
... and Guatemala against El Salvador?
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March 11th, 2018, 2:11 pm #22

Not at the moment.   The Bermuda newspaper was missing editions for the matches vs USA.   I haven't looked at Guatemala yet, so maybe that will follow.

Have you tried La Opinión, El Informador, and La Nación for all these matches?

Also sometimes it can be worth simply googling some of the player names, to see what other sources there may be - e.g other "buzóns" with some useful clues.
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March 11th, 2018, 2:26 pm #23

The truth is that no, I take many projects ... all at once.
Now I am with the lineups of the Central American games of Gabon 1976,
Pan American Games 1971 and 1991,
All football games played in 1984 with lineups,
pre-Olympic football 1956-2018 ..... too much for me alone.
When I have a moment I look at you and tell you something.

You have lineups of the Pan-American games of 1971 and 1991 ??

Very thanks you
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March 11th, 2018, 3:07 pm #24

RBJUAN69 wrote:The truth is that no, I take many projects ... all at once.
My question was more about making sure that the work (on any particular project) is at least a good thorough job using the best sources available.
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March 14th, 2018, 11:06 am #25

RBJUAN69 wrote:
 
Playoff
 
31-12-1980, Kingston, Independence Park
Suriname – Haiti 2-0

 
From my Source:  Almanacco Illustrato del Calcio 1981
January 12, 1980  in Port of Spain (not Kingston-Jamaica)
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April 1st, 2018, 10:13 pm #26

COSTA RICA 1 - GUATEMALA 0, el 26 de agosto de 1979. 
Estadio:Cuscatlán (El Salvador). Gol: Fernando Montero, a los 84’. Alineación:Sergio Salazar; Nelson Bastos, Álvaro Castro, Carlos Jiménez, Wílberth Barquero; Johnny Alvarado, José Ml. Rojas, Róger Álvarez (Wílliam Fischer, 55’); Carlos Santana (Enrique Díaz, 86’), Fernando Montero, Javier Jiménez.D. T.: Antonio Moyano.
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April 8th, 2018, 7:40 am #27

RBJUAN69 wrote:23-05-1979, Leon, Estadio León 'Nou Camp'
Mexico – United States 4-0
David Sepúlveda 17', Miguel Ángel Mendoza 20', José Luis Rivera 77', Gonzalo Farfán 81'/Joseph Morrone 81' OG
Mexico: José Luis Lugo; Efraín Herrera, David Sepúlveda (Felipe Comparán 86'), Alejandro Villalobos, Miguel Ángel Fuentes, Hugo Dávila, José Luis Rivera, Miguel Ángel Mendoza, Eduardo Moses (Gonzalo Farfán), Sergio Lira, Francisco Zacarias.
Coach: Luis Luna.
United States: David Brcic; Joe Clarke, Joseph Morrone, George Nanchoff, Greg Makowski, Perry van der Beck, Rick Davis, Larry Hulcer, Greg Villa (Louis Nanchoff), Don Ebert, Dave MacWilliams (Curtis Leeper 62').
Coach: Walt Chyzowych.
Referee: Willie Taylor (Jamaica).
Attendance 13000.   Farfán in at 75', Nanchoff in at 46'  (also reported Comparán in at 46' ?)
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April 8th, 2018, 7:53 am #28

RBJUAN69 wrote:CONCACAF Qualifiers 1980
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Zone 2 (Central America)
22/05/1979, San Juan de Tibás, Estadio Ricardo Saprissa
COSTA RICA          4 (Gerardo Gutiérrez 8' 37', Jorge Ulate 77' 85')
PANAMA              0
Costa Rica:         Rodolfo Álvarez, Octavio Castillo, Claudio 'Franco' Benavides,
                   Álvaro Castro, Carlos Toppings, William Ávila, Carlos Luis Lobo,
                   Rodolfo Ramírez Binns, Gerardo Gutiérrez, Jorge Ulate, Jorge White.
                   [Subs used: Álvaro Solano, Mario McKenzie.]
Panama:             Raúl Moreno, Luis Araúz, Eric Luna, Selín González, Luis Aponte,
                   Edwin González, Rogelio Cáceres [c], Antonio Davis, Ricardo Buitrago,
                   Daniel Montilla, Agustín Sánchez.
                   [Subs used: Héctor Ávila, Fernando Flores.]
Referee:            Jorge Alberto Narvéez (Mexico).
Coaches:            Costa Rica: Antonio Moyano Reina (Spain).
                   Panama: Omar Muraco (Argentina).


25/05/1979, San José, Estadio Nacional de La Sabana, 3797
COSTA RICA          2 (Gerardo Gutiérrez 18', Jorge Ulate 32')
PANAMA              0
Costa Rica:         Rodolfo Álvarez, Carlos Toppings, Claudio 'Franco' Benavides,
                   Álvaro Castro, Enrique Díaz, Carlos Luis Lobo, William Ávila,
                   Rodolfo Ramírez Binns (Álvaro Solano), Gerardo Gutiérrez, Jorge Ulate
                   (Jorge Cheves), Jorge White.
Panama:             Raúl Moreno, Héctor Ávila, Eric Luna, Selín González, Luis Aponte,
                   Edwin González, Rogelio Cáceres [c], Antonio Davis, Agustín Sánchez
                   (Fernando Flores), Daniel Montilla, Ricardo Buitrago (Guillermo Quiñónez).
Referee:            David Socha (USA).
Coaches:            Costa Rica: Antonio Moyano Reina (Spain).
                   Panama: Omar Muraco (Argentina).




13/05/1979, Ciudad de Guatemala, Estadio Mateo Flores, 20000
GUATEMALA           2 (Julio de la Roca 34', Adán Paniagua 52')
EL SALVADOR         0
Guatemala:          Hermenegildo Pepp Castro; Mynor Pérez McNish (José Francisco Vidal),
                   Fredy Cabrera, Ricardo Rushford, José Domingo Calderón; Miguel Ángel Cruz,
                   Selvin Galindo, Jorge Fernández; Julio de la Roca (Raúl Galdámez),
                   Adán Paniagua, Mynor Morales.
El Salvador:        Ricardo Calderón; Orlando Parada Molina, Jaime Rodríguez (Abilio Martínez),
                   Gonzalo Henríquez, Manuel Ramos; Mauricio Méndez, Rolando Aguirre,
                   Mauricio Alfaro; Miguel González (José Antonio Infantozzi), Ever Hernández,
                   Mauricio Quintanilla.
Referee:            Luis Paulino Siles (Costa Rica).
Coaches:            Guatemala: Óscar Raúl Cancinos.
                   El Salvador: Raúl Magaña.

20/05/1979, San Salvador, Estadio Cuscatlán, 12000
EL SALVADOR         1 (Alex Cordero 30')
GUATEMALA           0
El Salvador:        Ricardo Calderón; Orlando Parada Molina, Jaime Rodríguez [c],
                   Gonzalo Henríquez, Luis Rivas (Mauricio Quintanilla); Mauricio Méndez,
                   Rolando Aguirre, Mauricio Alfaro; Orlando Chicas, Miguel González,
                   Alex Cordero.
Guatemala:          Hermenegildo Pepp Castro; José Domingo Calderón, Fredy Cabrera,
                   Ricardo Rushford, José Francisco Vidal; Miguel Ángel Cruz [c],
                   Selvin Galindo (Víctor Hugo Monzón), Jorge Fernández; Julio de la Roca
                   (Joaquín Álvarez 44'), Adán Paniagua, Mynor Morales.
Referee:            Carlos Marcel Pérez Guevara (Mexico).
Coaches:            El Salvador: Raúl Magaña.
                   Guatemala: Óscar Raúl Cancinos.
Cards:              El Salvador: Alex Cordero [R 58'].
                   Guatemala: Joaquín Álvarez [R 67'].


25/07/1979, San José, Estadio Nacional de La Sabana, 12000
COSTA RICA          1 (Jorge Ulate 55')
GUATEMALA           2 (Carlos López Valdez 69' 80')
Costa Rica:         Gladstone Edmond; Nelson Bastos, Álvaro Castro, Miguel Simpson Lacey,
                   Enrique Díaz; José Manuel Rojas, Asdrúbal Paniagua, Róger Álvarez
                   (Carlos Watson 46'); Gerardo Gutiérrez (Carlos Santana 32'), Jorge Ulate,
                   Gerardo Solano.
Guatemala:          Hermenegildo Pepp Castro; José Domingo Calderón, Víctor Hugo Monzón,
                   Fredy Cabrera, Felipe Antonio Carías; Édgar Bolaños, Miguel Ángel Cruz,
                   Jorge Fernández; Carlos López Valdez (Mynor Morales), Adán Paniagua,
                   Byron Pérez (Jorge Escobar 76').
Referee:            Antonio Márquez (Mexico).
Coaches:            Costa Rica: Antonio Moyano Reina (Spain).
                   Guatemala: José Ernesto Romero.


05/08/1979, Ciudad de Guatemala, Estadio Mateo Flores, 50000
GUATEMALA           0
COSTA RICA          1 (Róger Álvarez 20')
Guatemala:          Hermenegildo Pepp Castro; José Domingo Calderón, Víctor Hugo Monzón,
                   Fredy Cabrera, Felipe Antonio Carías; Édgar Bolaños, Jorge Fernández,
                   Miguel Ángel Cruz; Carlos López Valdez (Selvin Galindo 46'), Adán Paniagua,
                   Byron Pérez.
Costa Rica:         Sergio Salazar; Nelson Bastos, Álvaro Castro (Enrique Díaz ~80'),
                   Carlos Jiménez, Wílberth Barquero; Fernando Montero, Róger Álvarez,
                   José Manuel Rojas; Carlos Santana, Wálter Navarro (Asdrúbal Paniagua ~70'),
                   Javier Jiménez.
Referee:            Marcel Pérez Guevara (Mexico).
Coaches:            Guatemala: José Ernesto Romero.
                   Costa Rica: Antonio Moyano Reina (Spain).
Note:               Felipe Antonio Carías missed a penalty at 31'.


26/08/1979, San Salvador (El Salvador), Estadio Cuscatlán, 45000
COSTA RICA          1 (Fernando Montero 83')
GUATEMALA           0
Costa Rica:         Sergio Salazar; Nelson Bastos, Álvaro Castro, Carlos Jiménez,
                   Wílberth Barquero; Róger Álvarez (William Fischer Salgado 55'),
                   Johnny Alvarado, José Manuel Rojas; Carlos Santana (Enrique Díaz 86'),
                   Fernando Montero, Javier Jiménez.
Guatemala:          Hermenegildo Pepp Castro; José Domingo Calderón, Clemente 'Lalín' Sánchez,
                   Fredy Cabrera, Felipe Antonio Carías; Édgar Bolaños, Miguel Ángel Cruz,
                   Selvin Galindo; René Morales (Jorge Fernández ~70'), Bobby Tally,
                   Byron Pérez (Julio de la Roca 62').
Referee:            Tomás Herrera García (El Salvador).
Coaches:            Costa Rica: Antonio Moyano Reina (Spain).
                   Guatemala: José Ernesto Romero.
Cards:              Costa Rica: Carlos Santana [Y].
                   Guatemala: Felipe Antonio Carías [Y], Édgar Bolaños [Y], Fredy Cabrera [Y].
Notes:              The goal-scorer is also reported as Javier Jiménez.
                   Two members of Guatemala's squad, Jorge Escobar and Richard Rushford,
                   died in a car crash on 22/08/1979.
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April 8th, 2018, 12:57 pm #29

Thank you very much for the information Neil,
CONCACAF updated.
I have doubts about a player in the matches of Costa Rica-Suriname and Suriname-Costa Rica: Herman Fransman / John Nelom
In the Suriname line-up it says' H. Nelom but in Suriname-USA 4-2 says John Nelom.
It can be full name Herman Fransman Nelom ??

You can look for additional information on these matches
I have a Costa Rican squad but can you get line-ups ???
Any data is important.

12-03-1980, San José (stadium ???)
Costa Rica - Suriname 3-2
Javier Jiménez ?? ', ??', Rodolfo Mills 52 'pen .; Siegfried Rustenberg, Fransman Nelom ?? ' (minutes of goals)
Costa Rica line-up
Referee: ???

03-16-1980, Orlando (stadium ???)
United States - Suriname 2-1
Joseph Morrone, Don Ebert; Jorn Voorn 23 '
minutes of goals
Referee: ???

03-20-1980, San José (stadium ???)
Costa Rica - United States 0-1
Costa Rica line-up
Referee: ???

03-25-1980, Edwardsville, Cougar Field
United States - Costa Rica 1-1
Referee: ???

02-04-1980, Paramaribo, Surinamestadion
Suriname - United States 4-2
Roy George, Milton Lieveld, Kenneth Stjeward, John Nelom; Njego Pesa, Juli Veee
(minutes of goals)
Referee: ???
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April 8th, 2018, 12:59 pm #30

Costa Rica-Suriname 3-2
Suriname-Costa Rica 2-3

Source: La Opinion
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April 8th, 2018, 8:16 pm #31

The beer is getting bigger.
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April 8th, 2018, 8:20 pm #32

Forget the beer .... a beer mug ..... or a beer keg ... you choose
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