Olympics 1976 Qualifying

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October 14th, 2012, 5:56 pm #1

Please add any extra data if you can. Particularly looking for newspaper reports to confirm dates and scores of the African games.

EUROPE
Round 1
15- 5-75 Finland 3-5 Norway [at Helsinki; this match was also part of the Nordic Championship]
[Miikka Toivola 3' 67', Aki Heiskanen 65' / Svein Kvia 14' 83', Helge Skuseth 48', Tom Lund 79', Stein Thunberg 81']
18- 6-75 Norway 1-1 Finland [at Stavanger]
[Gabriel Høyland 79' pen / Jarmo Manninen 61']
7- 5-75 Yugoslavia 1-1 Soviet Union [at Banja Luka]
[Miroslav Jeftić 76' / Mikhail Bulgakov 80']
21- 5-75 Soviet Union 3-0 Yugoslavia [at Moskva]
[Leonid Buryak 57' pen 61', Vasílis Khadzipanaghís 87']
Iceland bye
2- 4-75 Greece 0-1 East Germany [at Athína]
[Eberhard Vogel 11']
23- 4-75 East Germany 4-0 Greece [at Erfurt]
[Jürgen Pommerenke 9', Manfred Zapf 31', Eberhard Vogel 60', Hans-Jürgen Riediger 77']
15- 5-75 Rep. Ireland 1-2 Czechoslovakia [at Dublin]
[Hilary Carlyle 11' / Přemysl Bičovský 27', Zdeněk Nehoda 73']
7- 6-75 Czechoslovakia 1-0 Rep. Ireland [at Košice]
[Zdeněk Nehoda 12']
Austria bye
16- 4-75 West Germany 0-0 Spain [at Bielefeld]
15- 5-75 Spain 3-2 West Germany [at Barcelona]
[Salvador Escrihuela Quiles 32', Daniel Solsona 44' 74' / Rudolf Seliger 29' 87']
7- 5-75 Hungary 2-0 Bulgaria [at Budapest]
[László Fazekas 25', Mihály Kozma 62']
7- 6-75 Bulgaria 4-0 Hungary [at Sofiya]
[Bozhil Kolev 45', Pavel Panov 47' pen 52', Andrey Zhelyazkov 89']
Turkey bye
4- 6-75 Romania 4-0 Denmark [at Bucureşti]
[Attila Kun 15', Gabriel Sandu 65', Ion Dumitru 66', Cornel Dinu 82']
18- 6-75 Denmark 1-2 Romania [at København]
[Birger Mauritzen 27' / Mircea Lucescu 46' 49']
8- 4-75 Luxembourg 0-1 Netherlands [at Luxembourg]
[Ad van den Broek 50']
22- 4-75 Netherlands 2-1 Luxembourg [at Spakenburg]
[Cees Karstens 33', Wim van den Horst 56' pen / Jean-Louis Margue 71']
France bye

Round 2
Group 1
7- 7-75 Iceland 1-1 Norway [at Reykjavík]
[Árni Sveinsson 17' / Gabriel Høyland 21']
17- 7-75 Norway 3-2 Iceland [at Bergen]
[Sigbjørn Slinning 16', Gabriel Høyland 56', Helge Skuseth 63' / Teitur Þórðarson 12', Jóhannes Eðvaldsson 88']
30- 7-75 Iceland 0-2 Soviet Union [at Reykjavík]
[Aleksandr Minayev 53' 76']
28- 8-75 Norway 1-3 Soviet Union [at Oslo]
[Helge Skuseth 14' / Vladimir Sakharov 7' 52', Vladimir Fyodorov 8']
10- 9-75 Soviet Union 1-0 Iceland [at Moskva]
[Aleksandr Minayev 40']
24- 9-75 Soviet Union 4-0 Norway [at Moskva]
[Vladimir Sakharov 67', David Kipiani 76' 86', Aleksandr Minayev 79']
1.SOVIET UNION 4 4 0 0 10- 1 8
2.Norway 4 1 1 2 5-10 3
3.Iceland 4 0 1 3 3- 7 1

Group 2
29-10-75 East Germany 1-0 Austria [at Erfurt]
[Joachim Streich 49']
19-11-75 Czechoslovakia 1-1 East Germany [at Brno]
[Přemysl Bičovský 90' / Konrad Weise 81']
3-12-75 Austria 0-0 Czechoslovakia [at Maria Enzersdorf]
24- 3-76 Austria 0-2 East Germany [at Maria Enzersdorf]
[Hans-Jürgen Riediger 10', Wolfram Löwe 88']
7- 4-76 East Germany 0-0 Czechoslovakia [at Leipzig]
14- 4-76 Czechoslovakia 5-0 Austria [at Bratislava]
[Marián Masný 26' 58', Antonín Panenka 34', Zdeněk Nehoda 36' 63']
1.EAST GERMANY 4 2 2 0 4- 1 6
2.Czechoslovakia 4 1 3 0 6- 1 5
3.Austria 4 0 1 3 0- 8 1

Group 3
24- 9-75 Turkey 0-2 Bulgaria [at İstanbul]
[Andrey Zhelyazkov 33', Borislav Dimitrov 53']
8-10-75 Spain 2-1 Bulgaria [at Alicante]
[Carlos Alonso 'Santillana' 19', Daniel Solsona 36' / Atanas Aleksandrov 30']
12-11-75 Bulgaria 1-1 Spain [at Sofiya]
[Bozhil Kolev 29' / Jesús María Satrústegui 57']
21- 1-76 Spain 2-0 Turkey [at Sevilla]
[Daniel Solsona 23', Carlos Alonso 'Santillana' 60']
24- 3-76 Turkey 0-0 Spain [at Adana]
14- 4-76 Bulgaria 3-0 Turkey [at Stara Zagora]
[Kiril Milanov 9', Yordan Yordanov 69' 81']
1.SPAIN 4 2 2 0 5- 2 6
2.Bulgaria 4 2 1 1 7- 3 5
3.Turkey 4 0 1 3 0- 7 1

Group 4
12-11-75 Netherlands 2-3 France [at Veendam]
[Cees Karstens 28' pen, Thiemo Meertens 76' / Olivier Rouyer 52', Francisco Rubio 57', Jean-Marc Schaer 85']
3-12-75 France 4-0 Romania [at Blois]
[Jean Fernandez 43', Olivier Rouyer 65' 72' 80']
25- 2-76 France 4-2 Netherlands [at Caen]
[Jean-Marc Schaer 3', Olivier Rouyer 22' 59', Michel Platini 53' / Jan Peters 65', Wim van der Horst 72']
24- 3-76 Romania 1-0 France [at Bucureşti]
[Ladislau Bölöni 10']
6- 4-76 Netherlands 0-3 Romania [at Roosendaal]
[Anghel Iordănescu 54' pen 57' 62']
14- 4-76 Romania 5-1 Netherlands [at Bucureşti]
[Gheorghe Mulţescu 20', Iuliu Hajnal 25', Anghel Iordănescu 45' pen, Constantin Zamfir 64', Cornel Dinu 84' / Jan Peters 11']
1.FRANCE 4 3 0 1 11- 5 6
2.Romania 4 3 0 1 9- 5 6
3.Netherlands 4 0 0 4 5-15 0

SOUTH AMERICA
[tournament at Recife, Brazil]
21- 1-76 Brazil 1-1 Uruguay
[Cláudio Adão 10' / Horacio Italiano 44']
22- 1-76 Colombia 0-1 Peru
[Francisco Montero 31']
22- 1-76 Argentina 2-1 Chile
[Héctor Eleuterio Montes 55', Heriberto Correa 89' / Juan Soto 22']
24- 1-76 Argentina 3-1 Peru
[Roque Alfaro 30', Héctor Eleuterio Montes 39', José Carlos Costas 59' / García 28']
25- 1-76 Brazil 4-0 Colombia
[Erivélton Martins 4' 63', Cláudio Adão 10' pen, Alberto Marques 'Leguelé' 19']
25- 1-76 Uruguay 1-1 Chile
[Washington Olivera 89' / Nelson Sanhueza 68']
27- 1-76 Uruguay 3-0 Peru
[Washington Olivera 7', Rudy Rodríguez 15' 29']
27- 1-76 Brazil 2-1 Chile
[Erivélton Martins 34', Cláudio Adão 57' / Juan Carlos Orellana 73']
28- 1-76 Argentina 2-2 Colombia
[José Carlos Costas 52', Roque Alfaro 57' / Moisés Pachón 38', Eduardo Emilio Vilarete 55']
29- 1-76 Brazil 3-0 Peru
[Alberto Marques 'Leguelé' 18', Erivélton Martins 38', João dos Santos 62']
30- 1-76 Uruguay 2-0 Argentina
[Pedro Ortiz 4', Washington Olivera 17']
30- 1-76 Colombia 1-0 Chile
[Eduardo Emilio Vilarete 41']
1- 2-76 Chile 2-1 Peru
[Nelson Sanhueza 54', Jorge Neumann 65' / Freddy Cañamero 83']
1- 2-76 Uruguay 2-2 Colombia
[Nelson Pedetti 20', Pedro Ortiz 48' / Eduardo Emilio Vilarete 32', Carlitos Monsalve 70']
1- 2-76 Brazil 2-0 Argentina
[Cláudio Adão 2', Alberto Marques 'Leguelé' 66']
1.BRAZIL 5 4 1 0 12- 2 9
2.URUGUAY* 5 2 3 0 9- 4 7
3.Argentina 5 2 1 2 7- 8 5
4.Colombia 5 1 2 2 5- 9 4
5.Chile 5 1 1 3 5- 7 3
6.Peru 5 1 0 4 3-11 2
* Uruguay later withdrew from the final tournament on 8th June 1976; Argentina was invited as a
replacement but declined, and the place eventually went to Cuba (as best CONCACAF non-qualifiers).
Notes: Originally the tournament was to be played as two groups of five teams in the cities of
Recife and Salvador, but was restructured after the withdrawals of Bolivia, Ecuador,
Paraguay, and Venezuela before the first week of January. Argentina also announced its
withdrawal in early January, but reversed its decision just a couple of days before the
tournament: it was represented by the reserve team of Newell's Old Boys (Rosario).

NORTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN
Preliminary Round
17- 4-75 El Salvador 4-0 Nicaragua [at San Salvador]
[Norberto Huezo 1', Miguel Cornejo 17' 54', José Luis Rugamas 76']
20- 4-75 El Salvador 2-1 Nicaragua [at San Salvador]
[Ismael Díaz 37' 53' / ?]
12- 4-75 Barbados 1-1 Trinidad & Tob.[at Bridgetown]
[]
29- 4-75 Trinidad & Tob. 0-0 Barbados [at Port of Spain]
25- 5-75 Barbados 1-3 Trinidad & Tob.[playoff at Bridgetown (venue decided by drawing lots)]
[Victor Clarke pen / Sammy Llewellyn x2, OG] [HT 0-2]
16- 3-75 Jamaica 1-0 Dominican Rep. [at Kingston]
[]
3- 4-75 Dominican Rep. 1-2 Jamaica [at Santo Domingo]
[]

Round 1
20- 4-75 Bermuda 3-2 USA [at Prospect]
[Ralph Bean 10' ??', George Brangman 17' / John Stremlau 3', Len Salvemini ??'] [HT 1-1]
27- 4-75 USA 2-0 Bermuda [at San Francisco]
[Chris Bahr 9' 63']
Mexico bye
27- 7-75 Costa Rica 1-0 El Salvador [at San José]
[Carlos Watson 30']
3- 8-75 El Salvador 1-2 Costa Rica [at San Salvador]
[Baltazar Zapata 44' / Rolando Villalobos, Mario Barrantes] [HT 1-2]
6- 4-75 Honduras 0-0 Guatemala [at Tegucigalpa]
27- 4-75 Guatemala 2-0 Honduras [at Ciudad de Guatemala]
[]
20- 7-75 Cuba 1-0 Jamaica [at La Habana]
[Luis Hernández 64']
10- 8-75 Jamaica 1-0 Cuba [at Kingston]
[Peter Marston 24']
13- 9-75 Cuba 4-1 Jamaica [playoff at Ciudad de Panamá]
[Francisco Piedra 6' 11' 52', Andrés Roldán 89' / Roy Welch 62']
10- 8-75 Suriname 2-0 Trinidad & Tob.[at Paramaribo]
[Arnold Miller 5' pen, Edwin Schal 34']
24- 8-75 Trinidad & Tob. 1-1 Suriname [at Port of Spain]
[Kenwyn Cooper 38' / Edwin Schal 64']

Round 2
24- 8-75 Mexico 8-0 USA [at Toluca]
[Víctor Rangel 27', Héctor Tapia 30' 53' 68', Mario Carrillo 48', José Luis Caballero 56' 65', Carlos Garcia 81' pen]
28- 8-75 USA 2-4 Mexico [at Wilmington]
[Telmo Pires 1', George Chapla 58' / Hugo Sanchez 16' 69', Victor Rangel 65' 80']
30-11-75 Costa Rica 1-1 Guatemala [at San José]
[Wálter Elizondo 27' pen / Leonardo McNish 3' pen]
7-12-75 Guatemala 2-1 Costa Rica [at Ciudad de Guatemala]
[Óscar Sánchez 26', Leonardo McNish 38' / Johnny Álvarado 54']
7-12-75 Suriname 0-1 Cuba [at Paramaribo]
[Roberto Pereira 80']
21-12-75 Cuba 6-1 Suriname [at La Habana]
[Roberto Pereira x2, Regino Delgado x2, Jorge Masso, Andrés Roldán / Henry Playfair] [HT 4-0]

Round 3
28- 2-76 Mexico 4-2 Cuba [at Toluca]
[Hugo Sánchez 62' pen 85', Rafael Toribio 71', Víctor Rangel 73' / Julio Cepero 40', Andrés Roldán 56']
14- 3-76 Cuba 1-1 Mexico [at La Habana]
[Francisco Fariñas 1' / José Luis Caballero 50']
31- 3-76 Mexico 4-1 Guatemala [at Toluca]
[Víctor Rangel 35' ??', Hugo Sánchez 62', Héctor Tapia 89' / René Morales 26'] [HT 1-1]
4- 4-76 Guatemala 3-2 Mexico [at Ciudad de Guatemala]
[Marco Fión 5', José Gómez 19' OG, René Morales 56' / Guillermo Cossío 30', Víctor Rangel 75']
18- 4-76 Cuba 1-1 Guatemala [at La Habana]
[Andrés Roldán 48' pen / Luis Dreke 52' OG]
25- 4-76 Guatemala 1-1 Cuba [at Ciudad de Guatemala]
[Luis René Villavicencio 63' pen / Regino Delgado 44']
1.MEXICO 4 2 1 1 11- 7 5
2.GUATEMALA 4 1 2 1 6- 8 4
3.Cuba 4 0 3 1 5- 7 3
Note: following the withdrawal of Uruguay in June, and after Argentina declined to act as a
replacement, Cuba accepted an invitation to replace Uruguay in the final tournament.

AFRICA
First Round
11- 5-75 Algeria 1-1 Tunisia [at Alger]
[Mohamed Madani 81' / Mohieddine Habita 43']
1- 6-75 Tunisia 2-1 Algeria [at Tunis]
[Mohamed Ben Rehaiem 'Hammadi Agrebi', Néjib Limam / OG]
23- 2-75 Morocco 2-1 Libya [at Casablanca (also reported as Rabat)]
[Ahmed Faras 3', Hassan Amcharat 'Acila' 77' / Bahloul 70']
14- 3-75 Libya 0-1 Morocco [at Benghazi]
[]
18- 5-75 Mauritania 0-1 Mali [at Nouakchott]
[Idrissa Elba 56']
1- 6-75 Mali 6-0 Mauritania [at Bamako]
[]
Nigeria vs Cameroon (Nigeria walkover; Cameroon withdrew)
2- 5-75 Egypt 1-1 Sudan [at Cairo]
[Hassan Shehata / ]
30- 5-75 Sudan 1-0 Egypt [at Khartoum]
[]
18- 5-75 Ethiopia 0-0 Tanzania [at Addis Ababa]
31- 5-75 Tanzania 3-0 Ethiopia [at Dar-es-Salaam; abandoned at 75' (fighting)]
[Godfrey Nguluko, Gibson Sembuli, Jumanne Hassan]
Malawi vs Madagascar (Malawi walkover; Madagascar withdrew)
4- 5-75 Zambia 5-0 Mauritius [at Lusaka] [date unconfirmed]
18- 5-75 Mauritius 0-4 Zambia [at Port Louis] [date unconfirmed]
6- 4-75 Zaire 4-1 Upper Volta [at Kinshasa] [date unconfirmed]
27- 4-75 Upper Volta 1-2 Zaire [at Ouagadougou] [date unconfirmed]
18- 5-75 Togo 1-1 Senegal [at Lomé]
1- 6-75 Senegal 1-0 Togo [at Dakar]
27- 4-75 Gambia 0-1 Guinea [at Banjul] [date unconfirmed]
1- 6-75 Guinea 6-0 Gambia [at Conakry] [date unconfirmed]
6- 4-75 Ghana 6-0 Liberia [at Accra] [date unconfirmed]
20- 4-75 Liberia 1-4 Ghana [at Monrovia] [date unconfirmed]

Second Round
30-11-75 Tunisia 0-1 Morocco [at Tunis]
[Abdelali Zahraoui 8']
14-12-75 Morocco 1-0 Tunisia [at Casablanca]
[Ahmed Faras 15']
Nigeria vs Mali (Nigeria walkover; Mali withdrew)
22-11-75 Tanzania 1-0 Sudan [at Dar-es-Salaam] [date unconfirmed]
5-12-75 Sudan 2-0 Tanzania [at Khartoum] [date unconfirmed]
31- 8-75 Malawi 1-1 Zambia [at Zomba] [date unconfirmed]
12-10-75 Zambia 4-1 Malawi [at Lusaka] [date unconfirmed]
[ / Yasin Osman pen]
30-11-75 Senegal 3-1 Zaire [at Dakar] [date unconfirmed]
14-12-75 Zaire 2-0 Senegal [at Kinshasa; Senegal won 5-4 on penalties] [date unconfirmed, score also given as 3-1]
30-11-75 Guinea 1-0 Ghana [at Conakry] [date unconfirmed]
14-12-75 Ghana 6-2 Guinea [at Accra]

Third Round
3- 4-76 Nigeria 3-1 Morocco [at Lagos]
[Thompson Usiyen 14' 48', Kelechi Emeteole 80' / ?]
18- 4-76 Morocco 1-0 Nigeria [at Tanger]
[Hassan Amcharat 'Acila' 53']
NIGERIA qualify.
28- 3-76 Zambia 2-2 Sudan [at Ndola]
4- 4-76 Sudan 0-0 Zambia [at Khartoum; Zambia won 5-4 on penalties] [date unconfirmed]
ZAMBIA qualify.
14- 3-76 Senegal 0-0 Ghana [at Dakar]
28- 3-76 Ghana 2-1 Senegal [at Accra] [date unconfirmed]
GHANA qualify.
Note: as part of a general African boycott of the Olympics protesting the participation
of New Zealand (whose rugby team planned a summer tour of South Africa in spite
of the Soweto massacre), the three African participants withdrew a day before the
start of the Games and were not replaced.

ASIA AND OCEANIA
Group 1 [at Tehran, Iran]
20- 8-75 Iran 3-0 Bahrain
[Gholamhossein Mazloumi 16' 75', Ali Parvin 38']
20- 8-75 Iraq 2-1 Kuwait
[Ali Kadhim 28' 50' / Jassem Yakoub 76']
22- 8-75 Iran 1-1 Kuwait
[Hassan Rowshan 9' / Hussein Mohammed 86']
22- 8-75 Saudi Arabia 2-0 Iraq
[Fuad Abdus-Shakur 17', Tariq Kiyal 66']
24- 8-75 Iran 3-0 Saudi Arabia
[Gholamhossein Mazloumi 12' 83', Alireza Khorshidi 63']
24- 8-75 Kuwait 2-1 Bahrain
[Fathi Kamil x2 / Khalil Shuwair]
27- 8-75 Kuwait 4-2 Saudi Arabia
[Ali Al-Mulla 14' 87' pen, Mohammed Abdullah 24', Fathi Kamil 47' / Fuad Abdus-Shakur 32', Hamid Subhi 75' pen]
27- 8-75 Iraq 4-0 Bahrain
[Ali Kadhim 27' 30' 70' 87']
29- 8-75 Saudi Arabia 1-0 Bahrain
[] [HT 0-0]
29- 8-75 Iran 1-0 Iraq
[Alireza Khorshidi 66']
1.IRAN 4 3 1 0 8- 1 7
2.Kuwait 4 2 1 1 8- 6 5
3.Iraq 4 2 0 2 6- 4 4
4.Saudi Arabia 4 2 0 2 5- 7 4
5.Bahrain 4 0 0 4 1-10 0
Note: Lebanon withdrew on 14th August 1975.

Group 2
First Round
Papua New Guinea vs Australia (Papua New Guinea walkover; Australia withdrew)

Second Round [at Jakarta, Indonesia]
15- 2-76 Indonesia 0-0 Singapore
15- 2-76 Malaysia 10-1 Papua New Guinea
[Isa Bakar x5, Mokhtar Dahari x2, ?, ?, ? / ? 44' pen]
[Note: an Indonesian source reports that Isa Bakar scored 7 goals in this game]
17- 2-76 Indonesia 8-2 Papua New Guinea
[Djunaedi Abdillah 4' ??' 85' pen, Risdianto 7', Waskito 9', Andi Lala ??', Iswadi Idris 35' pen, Andjas Asmara ??' / Willi Seph 51', Bayang Mare 53']
18- 2-76 North Korea 2-0 Malaysia
[Ri Hi-Yong 5', Yang Song-Guk 30']
20- 2-76 North Korea 2-1 Indonesia
[An Se-Uk 58', Hong Song-Nam 72' / Johannes Auri 60']
20- 2-76 Singapore 7-4 Papua New Guinea
[V.Khanisen 3', Dollah Kassim 10' 14' 18' 77', Mohammed Noh 28', M.Kumar 53' / Willi Seph, Masso Salalau x2, Harsire Manhi] [HT 5-1]
22- 2-76 Malaysia 6-0 Singapore
[Hasli Ibrahim 66' OG, Mokhtar Dahari 75' 90', Harun Jusoh 76', Isa Bakar 86' 88']
22- 2-76 North Korea 4-0 Papua New Guinea
[An Se-Uk x3, Ma Jong-U]
24- 2-76 North Korea 2-0 Singapore
[Kim Zung-Gon 52', An Se-Uk 60']
24- 2-76 Indonesia 2-1 Malaysia
[Iswadi Idris 23', Risdianto 58' / Isa Bakar 27']
1.NORTH KOREA 4 4 0 0 10- 1 8 [advanced to group final]
2.INDONESIA 4 2 1 1 11- 5 5 [advanced to group final]
3.Malaysia 4 2 0 2 17- 5 4
4.Singapore 4 1 1 2 7-12 3
5.Papua New Guinea 4 0 0 4 7-29 0
Note: Bangladesh, India, and Thailand withdrew.
Group Final
26- 2-76 North Korea 0-0 Indonesia (North Korea won 5-4 on penalties)
NORTH KOREA qualify.

Group 3
First Round
14- 3-76 Japan 3-0 Philippines [at Tokyo]
[Hiroshi Ochiai 13' 73', Toshio Takabayashi 17']
17- 3-76 Japan 3-0 Philippines [at Tokyo]
[Nobuo Fujishima 28' 44', Hideki Maeda 72']
14-12-75 Taiwan 0-2 South Korea [at Taipei]
[Park Sang-In 35', Lee Young-Moo 61']
6- 3-76 South Korea 3-0 Taiwan [at Seoul]
[Cha Bum-Geun 14', Kim Jin-Gook 44', Park Byung-Chul 81']
Israel vs South Vietnam (Israel walkover; South Vietnam withdrew following the Vietnam war)

Second Round
21- 3-76 Japan 0-2 South Korea [at Tokyo]
[Lee Young-Moo 2', Park Sang-In 71']
27- 3-76 South Korea 2-2 Japan [at Seoul]
[Kim Jin-Gook 3', Cha Bum-Geun 77' / Kunishige Kamamoto 40' 88']
31- 3-76 Japan 0-3 Israel [at Seoul; Japan refused to issue visas to the Israel team]
[Gidi Damti 9', Viki Peretz 17', Yaron Oz 62']
4- 4-76 South Korea 1-3 Israel [at Seoul]
[Kim Ho-Gon 65' pen / Moshe Schweitzer 19', Gidi Damti 51' 72']
11- 4-76 Israel 4-1 Japan [at Ramat-Gan]
[Moshe Schweitzer 8', Gidi Damti 19', Itzhak Shum 53' 73' pen / Akira Matsunaga 40']
28- 4-76 Israel 0-0 South Korea [at Ramat-Gan]
1.ISRAEL 4 3 1 0 10- 2 7
2.South Korea 4 1 2 1 5- 5 4
3.Japan 4 0 1 3 3-11 1

Thanks to Giampaolo Testero (African info), Gerardo Coto (Costa Rica), Hassanin Mubarak (Iraq), Mark Sensen (Suriname info), and Novan Herfiyana (Indonesia).


Please add any extra data if you can. Particularly looking for newspaper reports to confirm dates and scores of the African games.
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October 15th, 2012, 3:29 pm #2

Congratulations, Neil: great work. Thanks also to Gerardo and Hassanin.
I have a curious anecdote about Argentina-Chile 2-1. It was a very violent match, where three players were sent off. Also, one of the defenders fielded by Argentina was Marcelo Bielsa, who, several years later, became the coach of the Chilean National team.
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October 15th, 2012, 4:12 pm #3

Thanks Luca. Note in particular that the following match is often listed with the wrong score of 7-0, not to mention the wrong date.
nfm24 wrote:20- 2-76 Singapore 7-4 Papua New Guinea
[V.Khanisen 3', Dollah Kassim 10' 14' 18' 77', Mohammed Noh 28', M.Kumar 53' / Willi Seph, Masso Salalau x2, Harsire Manhi]
Also many of the CONCACAF matches are often listed with nonsense dates.
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October 15th, 2012, 6:14 pm #4

I could only find some minor additions.
nfm24 wrote:10- 8-75 Suriname 2-0 Trinidad & Tob.[at Paramaribo]
[Edwin Schal, Arnold Miller]
M. Miller 5' pen., Schal 34', referee Ted Koetsier (Neth. Antilles), Surinamestadion
(Amigoe di Curaçao, 11 August 1975)
nfm24 wrote:24- 8-75 Trinidad & Tob. 1-1 Suriname [at Port of Spain]
[Kenwyn Cooper 38' / Edwin Schal 64']
Referee Rudi Mozes (Neth. Antilles) (originally assigned to referee Mario Rubio (Mexico) who did not show up. Oval Stadium.
(Amigoe di Curaçao, 25 August 1975)
nfm24 wrote:21-12-75 Cuba 6-1 Suriname [at La Habana]
[Roberto Pereira x2, Regino Delgado x2, Jorge Masso, Andrés Roldán / Henry Playfair]
HT 4-0
(Amigoe di Curaçao, 22 December 1975)
nfm24 wrote:14- 3-76 Cuba 1-1 Mexico [at La Habana]
[Francisco Fariñas 1' / José Luis Caballero 50']
1-0 by Perayra 45 after secs. Estadio Latinoamericano, att. 35.000
(Amigoe di Curaçao, 17 March 1976)
nfm24 wrote:Note: Bangladesh, India, and Thailand withdrew.
India withdrew because the government of Indira Gandhi gave no approval.
(Amigoe di Curaçao, 2 February 1976)
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October 16th, 2012, 6:53 am #5

Thanks!
Sensini wrote:
nfm24 wrote:14- 3-76 Cuba 1-1 Mexico [at La Habana]
[Francisco Fariñas 1' / José Luis Caballero 50']
1-0 by Perayra 45 after secs. Estadio Latinoamericano, att. 35.000
(Amigoe di Curaçao, 17 March 1976)
For this match I found full lineups in Mexican (or Hispanic) newspapers - Pereira was not in the Cuban lineup.
Sensini wrote:India withdrew because the government of Indira Gandhi gave no approval.
I saw that in another report - for a few countries the reasons for withdrawal were given but they were usually vague, e.g. "for internal reasons" or "for competitive reasons", and for other countries no reason was given at all. So I decided not to write the reasons. In general finances or lack of confidence may be assumed in most cases.
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October 16th, 2012, 7:42 am #6

nfm24 wrote:27- 1-76 Brazil 2-1 Chile
[Erivélton Martins 34', Cláudio Adão 57' / Eduardo Bonvallet 75']
Folha de São Paulo credits the Chilean goal to a Fonseca; Napoleão and Assaf's Seleção Brasileira to Juan Orellana. Neither seem to mention Bonvallet.
Full details for the South American group seem to be generally available, at least in the Folha archive (inc. lineups, referees, attendances). Would you be interested on those as well (or maybe you already have them)?
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October 16th, 2012, 10:43 am #7

Kaizeler wrote:
nfm24 wrote:27- 1-76 Brazil 2-1 Chile
[Erivélton Martins 34', Cláudio Adão 57' / Eduardo Bonvallet 75']
Folha de São Paulo credits the Chilean goal to a Fonseca; Napoleão and Assaf's Seleção Brasileira to Juan Orellana. Neither seem to mention Bonvallet.
Both "La Opinion" and "Jornal Do Brasil" mention "Bomballet" in the Chile lineup, as does RSSSF Brasil. La Opinion says he scored the Chilean goal, whereas Jornal and RSSSF Brasil say Orellana scored. "El Tiempo" of Colombia says Orellana scored the goal at 73', having replaced Neumann at end of first half (but full lineups are not given).
So I will change it to Orellana, but without conviction...
As for the Chile lineup, there are several versions:
RSSSF Brasil: Wirth, Sanhueza, Vergara, Cubillas, Quirinos, Gatica, Bombalet, Neumann, Fonseca, Zurita (Soto), Duran (Orellana).
Napoleão and Assaf: Wirth, Sanhueza, Gatz, Cubillas (Soto), Chirinos, Gatica, Nunez, Neumann, Fonseca, Zurita (Orellana), Duran.
La Opinion: Wirth, Sanhueza, Vergara, Urbino, Chirino, Gatica, Bombalet, Neumann, Fonseca, Zurita, Duran. [subs not mentioned]
Folha: Wirth, Sanhueza, Vergara, Urilla, Chirinos, Gatica, Zamora, Neumann, Fonseca, Zurita (Orellana), Duran (Soto).
Jornal do Brasil: Wirth, Sanhueza, Vergara, Ubilla, Chirinos, Gatica, Bomballet, Neumann, Fonseca, Zunita (Orellana), Duran (Soto).

Therefore by combination I deduce this lineup:
Óscar Wirth, Nelson Sanhueza, Augusto Vergara, Juan Ubilla, Mario Chirinos, Santiago Gatica, Eduardo Bonvallet, Jorge Neumann, Jaime Fonseca, Mario Zurita (Juan Carlos Orellana), Carlos Duran (Juan Soto Quintana).
Kaizeler wrote:Full details for the South American group seem to be generally available, at least in the Folha archive (inc. lineups, referees, attendances). Would you be interested on those as well (or maybe you already have them)?
I also found lineups for virtually all the matches listed in agency reports published in the newspapers mentioned above. I haven't typed them all because in this era of Olympics, South America is the least interesting continent (for me) because none of the countries could use their full national team.
And also due to inconsistent data such as discussed above.
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October 16th, 2012, 11:41 am #8

Novan Herfiyana kindly sent me some extra bits about the Indonesia group. I have incorporated these and edited the first post above.
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October 17th, 2012, 5:02 pm #9

Sources:
"Almanacco Illustrato del Calcio 1977"
Ref. : EUROPE, Round 2, Group 2
. 03.12.75 Austria-Czechoslovakia 0-0 in Klagenfurt (not Wien)
. 24.03.76 Austria-East Germany 0-2 in Enzersdorf (not Wien)
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October 17th, 2012, 5:20 pm #10

nfm24 wrote:Please add any extra data if you can. Particularly looking for newspaper reports to confirm dates and scores of the African games.
Most (let me say 98%) of African dates and scores are confirmed.
But I'll be more precise in my next post.
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October 17th, 2012, 5:39 pm #11

Giampaolo wrote:Sources:
"Almanacco Illustrato del Calcio 1977"
Ref. : EUROPE, Round 2, Group 2
. 03.12.75 Austria-Czechoslovakia 0-0 in Klagenfurt (not Wien)
. 24.03.76 Austria-East Germany 0-2 in Enzersdorf (not Wien)
Both matches were at the Südstadt Stadion (map). This is in the town of "Maria Enzersdorf" on the outskirts of Wien - previously it was considered in the Greater Wien area.
So interpret its location as you wish!
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October 18th, 2012, 12:19 pm #12

I verified AFRICA on my Sources.
My Sources:
.C2000 (Calcio 2000 Magazine) - Only scores
.AIC 76 (Almanacco Illustrato del Calcio 1976)
.AIC 77 (Almanacco Illustrato del Calcio 1977)
Discrepancies checked as follows:
First Round
1) 23.02.75 Morocco - Lybia 2-1 in Rabat (instead of Casablanca)
2) Dakar: Senegal - Togo 1-0 on 01.06.75 (instead of 01.05.75)
Second Round
1) 14.12.75 Zaire - Senegal 2-0; 4-5 pen - Senegal qualif. to Third Round
(5-4 pen qualifies Zaire)
2) Guinea-Ghana :
C2000 confirms scores.
AIC 77 confirms only the 14.12.75 Match (Accra : 6-2),
but adds two more Matches (16.11.75 Conakry Guinea-Ghana 6-0
and 23.11.75 Accra Ghana-Guinea 0-1) that I consider inconsistent (probably they confused Ghana with Gambia- see First Round)
3) Nigeria w/o Mali (Mali withdrew)
C2000 confirms.
In AIC 76 is reported: 05.09.75 Lagos Nigeria - Mali 1-4
I quote this only for information.
Third Round
1) 28.03.76 Zambia - Sudan 2-2 in Ndola (instead of Lusaka)
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October 18th, 2012, 3:11 pm #13

Great, thanks! Do Italian newspapers mention any of these matches? In general I would take newspaper reports as providing the most direct form of confirmation, where there is any discrepancy. But harder to find!
Giampaolo wrote:Discrepancies checked as follows:
1) 23.02.75 Morocco - Lybia 2-1 in Rabat (instead of Casablanca)
Could be. News agency reports were marked from Casablanca, but they didn't explictly say the game was played there:
El Mundo Deportivo , 24 Feb 1975
Casablanca, 23rd - Morocco yesterday beat Libya 2-1 in OGQ. [1-0 HT]
Straits Times & Berita Harian, 25 Feb 1975
Casablanca, Monday - Morocco yesterday beat Libya 2-1 (HT 1-0) in OGQ.
Goals: Faras 3', Urcilla 77' / Bahloul 70'
Giampaolo wrote:2) Dakar: Senegal - Togo 1-0 on 01.06.75 (instead of 01.05.75)
Almost certainly correct.
RSSSF countrywise files on Senegal and Togo give 1/5/75 (most likely taken from Barry Baker's 1996/97 African guidebook which gives the same). 1st of May was a Thursday so it's most unlikely compared to 1st of June (=Sunday). And then it also agrees with some of the other matches in the round.
Giampaolo wrote:2) Guinea-Ghana :
AIC 77 confirms only the 14.12.75 Match (Accra : 6-2),
but adds two more Matches (16.11.75 Conakry Guinea-Ghana 6-0
and 23.11.75 Accra Ghana-Guinea 0-1) that I consider inconsistent (probably they confused Ghana with Gambia- see First Round)
Hmm. Seems like AIC77 invented those dates for 1st Round as simply 7 and 14 days earlier than the 2nd Round.
I found only one newspaper report mentioning Gambia vs Guinea, as follows:
El Mundo Deportivo, 21 May 1975
Sevilla, 20th - Required by the Sports Ministry of his country and by request of the football federation, the Sevilla player "Biri Biri" has left for Gambia to join the Gambian national team for an Olympic qualifying match which his country plays next week vs Guinea.
Giampaolo wrote:
3) Nigeria w/o Mali (Mali withdrew)
C2000 confirms.
In AIC 76 is reported: 05.09.75 Lagos Nigeria - Mali 1-4
I quote this only for information.
Indeed, the same match was mentioned in FIFA News (September 1975 edition). Venue not given, referee from Ivory Coast.
Also given: 7/9/75 Ivory Coast 1-1 Nigeria (also referee from Ivory Coast).
So perhaps there was a triangular there but no other result was given.
Anyway I think this was unrelated to Olympic qualifying.
Giampaolo wrote:Third Round
1) 28.03.76 Zambia - Sudan 2-2 in Ndola (instead of Lusaka)
OK. I have no real evidence to support Lusaka (only 11v11), so let's say Ndola.
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October 18th, 2012, 3:42 pm #14

nfm24 wrote:
Giampaolo wrote:Sources:
"Almanacco Illustrato del Calcio 1977"
Ref. : EUROPE, Round 2, Group 2
. 03.12.75 Austria-Czechoslovakia 0-0 in Klagenfurt (not Wien)
. 24.03.76 Austria-East Germany 0-2 in Enzersdorf (not Wien)
Both matches were at the Südstadt Stadion (map). This is in the town of "Maria Enzersdorf" on the outskirts of Wien - previously it was considered in the Greater Wien area.
So interpret its location as you wish!
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vs DDR Preview Report
I confirm that both matches were at the Südstadt Stadion. Source: the interesting Austrian website (now unfortunately archieved) members.telering.at:
Austria-Czechoslovakia 0-0
Austria-East Germany 0-2
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October 18th, 2012, 3:50 pm #15

nfm24 wrote:
Giampaolo wrote:Sources:
"Almanacco Illustrato del Calcio 1977"
Ref. : EUROPE, Round 2, Group 2
. 03.12.75 Austria-Czechoslovakia 0-0 in Klagenfurt (not Wien)
. 24.03.76 Austria-East Germany 0-2 in Enzersdorf (not Wien)
Both matches were at the Südstadt Stadion (map). This is in the town of "Maria Enzersdorf" on the outskirts of Wien - previously it was considered in the Greater Wien area.
It's the stadium of Admira Wacker and called Trenkwalder Arena today. See http://www.admirawacker.at/verein/stadion .
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October 18th, 2012, 5:57 pm #16

nfm24 wrote:25- 2-76 France 4-2 Netherlands [at Caen]
[Jean-Marc Schaer 3', Olivier Rouyer 22' 59', Michel Platini 53' / Jan Peters 65', Wim van der Horst 72']
Note that the Jan Peters who scored was the one born in 1953, playing for Unitas and as a professional for FC Den Bosch and Feyenoord, not the one born in 1954 who played for NEC and AZ'67 (and scored twice against Engeland in 1977).
The first played only one international for the Dutch NT: as a sub against Argentina in Bern, May 1979 (75th anniversary of FIFA). The latter also played in this game. The match ended 0-0 and in the penalty shoot out that followed both missed...
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October 19th, 2012, 5:53 am #17

Another curiosity: during this tournament, Spain Olympic fielded a certain Vicente del Bosque.
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October 20th, 2012, 11:17 am #18

nfm24 wrote:
12- 4-75 Barbados 1-1 Trinidad & Tob.[at Bridgetown]
29- 4-75 Trinidad & Tob. 0-0 Barbados [at Port of Spain]
25- 5-75 Barbados 1-3 Trinidad & Tob.[playoff at Bridgetown (venue decided by drawing lots)]

24- 8-75 Mexico 8-0 USA [at Toluca]
1) My Source (AIC76) reports Barbados vs T&T as follows:
12.04.75 Bridgetown : Barbados - T&T 1-1
20.04.75 Port of Spain : T&T - Barbados 0-0
23.04.75 Port of Spain : T&T - Barbados 3-1
2) "American Soccer History Archive" reports:
25 (not 24).08.1975 Toluca : Mexico - USA 8-0
3) Finally, in AIC76 they report (but I think they made a typo):
Kuwait vs Saudi Arabia
and
Iraq vs Bahrain
on 26.08.75 instead of 27.08.75
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October 21st, 2012, 4:55 am #19

Giampaolo wrote:
nfm24 wrote:
24- 8-75 Mexico 8-0 USA [at Toluca]
1) My Source (AIC76) reports Barbados vs T&T as follows:
12.04.75 Bridgetown : Barbados - T&T 1-1
20.04.75 Port of Spain : T&T - Barbados 0-0
23.04.75 Port of Spain : T&T - Barbados 3-1
2) "American Soccer History Archive" reports:
25 (not 24).08.1975 Toluca : Mexico - USA 8-0
I am 100% sure it was held on 24-08-1975. I give you a link where you can verify:
El Informador from 25-08-1975.
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October 21st, 2012, 6:27 am #20

Luca wrote:
I am 100% sure it was held on 24-08-1975. I give you a link where you can verify:
El Informador from 25-08-1975.
Thanks, Luca, but I can't connect.
I found
where they say 25 August 1975
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October 21st, 2012, 8:16 am #21

El Mundo Deportivo published the result of Mexico-USA in their edition of August 25th hence the match must have been played the 24th latest. Indeed they also state match was played the 24th.
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October 21st, 2012, 3:31 pm #22

Giampaolo wrote:
Luca wrote:
I am 100% sure it was held on 24-08-1975. I give you a link where you can verify:
El Informador from 25-08-1975.
Thanks, Luca, but I can't connect.
Sorry, I put the wrong address...
Try now:
El Informador from 25-08-1975.
Also note that, during this game, Mexico fielded the famous Hugo Sánchez, who was just 17 years at that time.
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October 21st, 2012, 4:31 pm #23

Giampaolo wrote:1) My Source (AIC76) reports Barbados vs T&T as follows:
12.04.75 Bridgetown : Barbados - T&T 1-1
20.04.75 Port of Spain : T&T - Barbados 0-0
23.04.75 Port of Spain : T&T - Barbados 3-1
Some articles from the "Jamaica Gleaner" in May 1975 confirm the dates I gave as above (12/4, 29/4, 25/5).
http://www.ttfootballhistory.com/node/3259
http://www.ttfootballhistory.com/node/3261
http://www.ttfootballhistory.com/node/3262
(unfortunately the Gleaner archive is missing April 1975 itself)
Giampaolo wrote:2) "American Soccer History Archive" reports:
25 (not 24).08.1975 Toluca : Mexico - USA 8-0
To add to what Luca and trekky already said, "La Opinion" newspaper (Los Angeles) also confirms 24/8.
Giampaolo wrote:]3) Finally, in AIC76 they report (but I think they made a typo):
Kuwait vs Saudi Arabia
and
Iraq vs Bahrain
on 26.08.75 instead of 27.08.75
The Straits Times, Friday 29 Aug 1975 (paraphrased)
Tehran, Thur - Kuwait 4-2 Saudi Arabia, and Iraq 4-0 Bahrain in Olympic qualifiers here yesterday.
This indicates the match was on 27/8, which also supports data from Hassanin Mubarak. However, a Kuwaiti list gives 26/8 : http://www.alnwady.com/stock/archive/in ... 5-p-1.html
Without local reports it's hard to confirm further, but I'm going with 27/8 for now.
Thanks again Giampaolo for your comparisons!
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October 21st, 2012, 4:37 pm #24

I wrote:Do Italian newspapers mention any of these [African] matches?
Bump! Data on African matches in this period is like golddust.
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October 22nd, 2012, 11:26 am #25

nfm24 wrote:
I wrote:Do Italian newspapers mention any of these [African] matches?
Bump! Data on African matches in this period is like golddust.
Italian sport newspapers (mainly "Gazzetta dello Sport" and "Corriere dello Sport"), especially in the past years, mentioned World Matches, including the African ones.
The problem, now, is to find them, because most of the "years" are not available on line.
"El Mundo Deportivo" is. And to this purpose I'd like to draw your attention to the Edition of April 9th, 1975, page 4:
Torneo Preolimpico. Honduras-Guatemala 0-0.
http://hemeroteca.mundodeportivo.com/pr ... h=Honduras
The report from Tegucigalpa is dated April 8th (Tuesday). Normally the reports are written same day of the event, but not in this case.
It's obvious that a big attendance could be reached only on Sunday (the 6th). And this is a confirmation that the Match took place on April 6th.
Dates are a hard problem, to compile a correct list of the past Matches.
Now, thank to you and your Team effort, '76OG Qual. subject has been clarified.
It was necessary, because when you go to RSSSF (in particular: North/Central America, International Matches Section) you can still find a very long list of mistakes and discrepancies, under the symbol ogq.
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October 22nd, 2012, 5:04 pm #26

Giampaolo wrote:Italian sport newspapers (mainly "Gazzetta dello Sport" and "Corriere dello Sport"), especially in the past years, mentioned World Matches, including the African ones. The problem, now, is to find them, because most of the "years" are not available on line.
Sure, I found that myself when I tried to search this period. But I didn't know if you or Luca had access to a library or collection of the hard copies.
Giampaolo wrote:"El Mundo Deportivo" is. And to this purpose I'd like to draw your attention to the Edition of April 9th, 1975, page 4:
Yes I found the same article, and I made the same reasoning. Great minds...
Giampaolo wrote:'76OG Qual. subject has been clarified.
It was necessary, because when you go to RSSSF (in particular: North/Central America, International Matches Section) you can still find a very long list of mistakes and discrepancies, under the symbol ogq.
Yes and in Africa and Asia also (particularly for African Nations Cup). This is because at some point in the past, one person made the ridiculous decision to "guess" the unknown dates based on the known dates. I have not found out for 100% sure who that person was, but I can make some guesses... but I decline make accusations based on guesses to avoid hypocrisy.
Anyway, slowly we will undo their mistakes.
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October 26th, 2012, 5:36 am #27

nfm24 wrote:
Giampaolo wrote:Italian sport newspapers (mainly "Gazzetta dello Sport" and "Corriere dello Sport"), especially in the past years, mentioned World Matches, including the African ones. The problem, now, is to find them, because most of the "years" are not available on line.
Sure, I found that myself when I tried to search this period. But I didn't know if you or Luca had access to a library or collection of the hard copies.
In Italy, the most important sports newspapers are La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport. Nowadays, only Corriere dello Sport has an online archive. Unfortunately, it's very difficult to consult, because of many reasons: only few years are available; there aren't any search engines; the files are very “heavy” to download, so every search takes a lot of time; you've always to modify the “url” if you want to consult the day you desire...
As far as I know, the last year available on Corriere dello Sport is 1972, therefore all the data concerning 1976 Olympics aren't online.
On the other hand, I remember that some Italian publications dedicated some attention to the “exotic” football. For example, in the 1980's, the magazine Guerin Sportivo published some interesting lists with all the international matches in Europe, Africa and South America. The yearbook Almanacco Illustrato del Calcio was even better, because every year it published a list of results from every continent. Naturally, I can't guarantee they were 100% correct, anyway it was a good starting point.
nfm24 wrote:27- 4-75 Guatemala 2-0 Honduras [at Ciudad de Guatemala]
With regard to this second leg, I think I've found out the goalscorers for Guatemala. They were: Carlos “Pepino” Toledo and Óscar “Conejo” Sánchez. The source is Laprensa.hn, which seems to be quite reliable.
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October 26th, 2012, 6:05 am #28

Luca wrote:
For example, in the 1980's, the magazine Guerin Sportivo published some interesting lists with all the international matches in Europe, Africa and South America. The yearbook Almanacco Illustrato del Calcio was even better, because every year it published a list of results from every continent. Naturally, I can't guarantee they were 100% correct, anyway it was a good starting point.
Yes, and the newspaper "Corriere della Sera", too, published (end of December) the list of International Matches of the year: same list of "Guerin Sportivo".
Then, both of them stopped these publications.
"Almanacco Illustrato del Calcio" ("Panini" editions) is still publishing, year by year, (starting from 1971) the worldwide list of international matches (limited to NT vs NT): very interesting (I agree), but full of mistakes, as I again verified, when making '76 OG Qual. comparison.
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October 26th, 2012, 7:33 pm #29

Luca wrote:
nfm24 wrote:27- 4-75 Guatemala 2-0 Honduras [at Ciudad de Guatemala]
With regard to this second leg, I think I've found out the goalscorers for Guatemala. They were: Carlos “Pepino” Toledo and Óscar “Conejo” Sánchez. The source is Laprensa.hn, which seems to be quite reliable.
It certainly wasn't Pepino that played, unless it was his son. He played in the 1940s.
Of the other players listed in that Guatemala lineup, I don't recognise the names Carlos Morales, Carlos Salazar, or Felipe Borrayo.
Also that link mentions two games in 1983:
25/03/1983 / Tegucigalpa / Honduras 2-1 Mexico Youth
06/04/1983 / San Pedro Sula / Honduras 2-1 Mexico Youth
Mexico's youth team also won 5-0 in Panama (vs Union Espanola), lost 2-1 in San Jose to Sagrada Familia, and played Deportivo Rosa Lilia in Puntarenas (score unknown). Maybe they played other games on this tour, that's all I know.
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October 27th, 2012, 6:04 am #30

nfm24 wrote:
Luca wrote:
nfm24 wrote:27- 4-75 Guatemala 2-0 Honduras [at Ciudad de Guatemala]
With regard to this second leg, I think I've found out the goalscorers for Guatemala. They were: Carlos “Pepino” Toledo and Óscar “Conejo” Sánchez. The source is Laprensa.hn, which seems to be quite reliable.
It certainly wasn't Pepino that played, unless it was his son. He played in the 1940s.
Of the other players listed in that Guatemala lineup, I don't recognise the names Carlos Morales, Carlos Salazar, or Felipe Borrayo.
Yes, you're probably right. Taking a look at some newspapers from those days could be helpful, but I have no idea where to check.
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November 3rd, 2012, 5:08 pm #31

nfm24 wrote:31- 3-76 Mexico 4-1 Guatemala [at Toluca]
[Víctor Rangel 35' ??', Hugo Sánchez 62', Héctor Tapia 89' / René Morales 26'] [HT 1-1]
I found a comprehensive report in the Mexican newspaper El Informador 1 April 1976, page 15 and 16. I dont't know if you consulted that already. I couldn't find the minute of Rangel's second goal, maybe it isn't there, but it could also be my Spanish is too bad.
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November 3rd, 2012, 7:07 pm #32

I had the same problem.
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November 4th, 2012, 5:24 am #33

I can confirm that El Informador doesn't specify the exact minute. They only say Rangel scored the third goal for Mexico in the second half.
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January 7th, 2018, 2:15 pm #34

Open please:
http://mfa.forumfree.it/?t=70774292

 3- 4-76 Nigeria          3-1 Morocco        [at Lagos]
 Thompson UsiyanX2(14,48),Kelechi Emetole(3-1)/Mustapha Choukri(2-1)
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January 7th, 2018, 8:25 pm #35

A couple of additions/improvements:

20- 4-75 Bermuda          3-2 USA            [at Prospect]
           [Ralph Bean 10' 52', George Brangman 27' / John Stremlau 3', Kevin Welsh ~80']
           [Note: second American scorer also reported as Len Salvemini]

 1- 6-75 Tunisia          2-1 Algeria        [at Tunis]
           [Mohamed Ben Rehaiem 'Hammadi Agrebi' 56', Néjib Limam 74' / Sid Ahmed Belkedrouci 80']
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EUROPE

Group 2

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

FIRST ROUND

2- 4-75 Greece 0-1 East Germany
Goal: Eberhard Vogel 11
Greece: 
Μιχάλης Μυλωνάς Mikhalis Milonas, 
Θωμάς Δράμαλης Thomas Dramalis, 
Μυτιληναίος Mitilineos, 
Μάκης Κατσαβάκης Makis Katsavakis, 
Γιάννης Χριστοφορίδης Giannis Hristoforidis, 
Βαγγέλης Κότσαλος Vangelis Kotsalos, 
Θέμης Ρήγας Themis Rigas, 
Ντίνος Μπαλλής Balis, 
Μανώλης Παππάς Manolis Pappas (Τάσος Στράντζαλης Tasos Strantzalis 60), 
Τριανταφυλλίδης Triantafillidis, 
Κώστας Βαλλίδης Kostas Validis (Χρήστος Ζιάκος Hristos Ziakos 78)
East Germany: Jürgen Croy, Manfred Zapf, Gerd Kische, Konrad Weise, Bernd Bransch, Jürgen Pommerenke, Lothar Kurbjuweit, Axel Tyll, Martin Hoffmann, Hans-Jürgen Riediger (Joachim Streich 73), Eberhard Vogel
Athens. Stadium Panathinaikos. 6000 spectators. ARB.: Hedi Seoudi (Tunisia).

23- 4-75 East Germany 4-0 Greece        
Goals: Jürgen Pommerenke 9, Manfred Zapf 31, Eberhard Vogel 60, Hans-Jürgen Riediger 77     
East Germany: Jürgen Croy, Manfred Zapf, Gerd Kische, Konrad Weise, Lothar Kurbjuweit, Jürgen Pommerenke (Reinhard Häfner 71), Rüdiger Schnuphase, Axel Tyll, Joachim Streich, Hans-Jürgen Riediger, Eberhard Vogel (Martin Hoffmann 71)
Greece: 
Μιχάλης Μυλωνάς Mikhalis Milonas, 
Θωμάς Δράμαλης Thomas Dramalis, 
Μυτιληναίος Mitilineos, 
Μάκης Κατσαβάκης Makis Katsavakis, 
Γιάννης Χριστοφορίδης Giannis Hristoforidis, 
Βαγγέλης Κότσαλος Vangelis Kotsalos, 
Θέμης Ρήγας Themis Rigas, 
Ντίνος Μπαλλής Balis (Τάσος Στράντζαλης Tasos Strantzalis 66), 
Νίκος Καλαμπάκας Nikos Kalambakas, 
Δημήτρης Σταυρίδης Dimitris Stavridis, 
Ποντίκης Pontikis (Μανώλης Παππάς Manolis Pappas 46)
Erfurt. Georgi-Dimitroff-Stadion. 18000 spectators. ARB.: Olavi Peltola (Finland).

15- 5-75 Ireland 1-2 Czechoslovakia
Goals: Hilary Carlyle 11 or 15 / Přemysl Bičovský 27 or 28, Zdeněk Nehoda 73 or 72
Ireland: John Grace, J.Smith, F.O'Brien (N.Shelly), J.Sheridan, J.Bourke II, John Cervi, D.Hughes, P.O'Connor II, V.Grey (P.Connellan 46), F.Devlin, Hilary Carlyle      
Czechoslovakia: Dušan Kéketi, Karol Dobiaš, Karel Dvořák, Václav Samek, Koloman Gögh, Přemysl Bičovský, Lubomír Knapp, Marián Novotný, Marián Masný, Ladislav Petráš, Zdeněk Nehoda
Dublin. 2000 spectators. ARB.: Jacques Colling (Luxembourg). 

7- 6-75 Czechoslovakia 1-0 Ireland
Goal: Zdeněk Nehoda 12 or 10
Czechoslovakia: Dušan Kéketi, Pavol Biroš, Václav Samek, Karel Dvořák, Koloman Gögh, Štefan Tománek, Marián Novotný (Ladislav Józsa 77), Jozef Móder, Marián Masný, Zdeněk Nehoda, Ján Čapkovič
Ireland: John Grace, J.Smith, J.Bourke II, J.Sheridan, F.O'Brien, N.Shelly, P.O'Connor, John Cervi, T.Higgins, F.Devlin, V.Grey (C.Ferry 58)
Košice. 15000 spectators. ARB.: Roland Racine (Switzerland).

SECOND ROUND
 
1.EAST GERMANY     4  2  2  0  4- 1  6
 2.Czechoslovakia       4  1  3  0  6- 1  5
 3.Austria                     4  0  1  3  0- 8  1

29-10-75 East Germany 1-0 Austria          
Goal: Joachim Streich 49
East Germany: Jürgen Croy, Hans-Jürgen Dörner, Gerd Weber, Konrad Weise, Joachim Fritsche, Reinhard Häfner, Hans-Jürgen Riediger, Hartmut Schade, Joachim Streich, Peter Ducke (Reinhard Lauck 75), Eberhard Vogel
Austria: Gerhard Fleischmann, Werner Gerak, Heinrich Strasser, Herbert Oberhofer, Johannes Demantke, Günther Pospischil, Johann Horvath II, Anton Wustinger, Maximilian Hagmayr, Ernst Knorrek (Johann Neuwirth 66 or 67), Wilhelm Cerny
Erfurt. Georgi-Dimitroff-Stadion. 13000 spectators. ARB.: Sven Jonsson (Sweden)
 
19-11-75 Czechoslovakia 1-1 East Germany
Goals: Přemysl Bičovský 90+2 / Konrad Weise 82 or 81
Czechoslovakia: Ivo Viktor, Anton Ondruš, Ján Pivarník, Ladislav Jurkemik, Koloman Gögh, Přemysl Bičovský, Jaroslav Pollák, Jozef Móder, Marián Masný, Dušan Galis or Gallis (Karel Kroupa 54 or 55), Zdeněk Nehoda
East Germany: Jürgen Croy, Hans-Jürgen Dörner, Bernd Bransch, Konrad Weise, Gerd Kische, Gerd Weber, Lothar Kurbjuweit, Reinhard Häfner, Martin Hoffmann, Jürgen Sparwasser (Peter Ducke 11 or 12), Gert Heidler
Brno. Zbrojovka Stadion. 20000 spectators. ARB.: Tsvetan Stanev (Bulgaria).
 
3-12-75 Austria 0-0 Czechoslovakia
Austria: Gerhard Fleischmann, Johannes Demantke, Werner Gerak, Herbert Oberhofer, Heinrich Strasser (Ferdinand Bartosch 17 or 18), Günther Pospischil, Anton Wustinger, Johann Horvath II (Arnold Koreimann 57 or 58), Wilhelm Cerny, Ernst Knorrek, Maximilian Hagmayr
Czechoslovakia: Ivo Viktor, Ján Pivarník, Anton Ondruš, Ladislav Jurkemik, Koloman Gögh, Přemysl Bičovský, Jaroslav Pollák, Jozef Móder, Marián Masný (František Veselý 46), Dušan Galis or Gallis, Zdeněk Nehoda
Südstadt. 3000 spectators. ARB.: Dušan Maksimović (Yugoslavia). Yellow cards: Herbert Oberhofer, Ladislav Jurkemik, Marián Masný, Dušan Galis or Gallis
 
24- 3-76 Austria 0-2 East Germany
Goals: Hans-Jürgen Riediger 10, Wolfram Löwe 88
Austria: Gerhard Fleischmann, Werner Gerak, Johannes Demantke, Herbert Oberhofer, Heinrich Strasser, Johann Horvath II (Arnold Koreimann 46), Günther Pospischil, Anton Wustinger, Wilhelm Cerny, Ernst Knorrek, Maximilian Hagmayr
East Germany: Jürgen Croy, Hans-Jürgen Dörner, Bernd Bransch, Konrad Weise, Gerd Kische, Gerd Weber, Gert Heidler, Reinhard Häfner, Eberhard Vogel (Martin Hoffmann 73), Hans-Jürgen Riediger, Wolfram Löwe
Südstadt. 6000 or 8000 or 10000 spectators. ARB.: Giulio Ciacci (Italy)
 
7- 4-76 East Germany 0-0 Czechoslovakia
East Germany: Jürgen Croy, Hans-Jürgen Dörner, Gerd Kische, Konrad Weise, Lothar Kurbjuweit, Reinhard Häfner (Hartmut Schade 79 or 81), Reinhard Lauck, Gerd Weber, Gert Heidler, Hans-Jürgen Riediger, Martin Hoffmann
Czechoslovakia: Ivo Viktor, Anton Ondruš, Koloman Gögh, Karol Dobiaš, Ján Pivarník, Jozef Móder, Lubomír Knapp (Antonín Panenka 70 or 71), Jaroslav Pollák, Zdeněk Nehoda, Ján Švehlík (Ladislav Petráš 75 or 78), Marián Masný
Leipzig. Central Stadion. 45000 spectators. ARB.: Rudnev (USSR).

14- 4-76 Czechoslovakia 5-0 Austria
Goals: Marián Masný 26 or 25, 58, Antonín Panenka 34, Zdeněk Nehoda 36, 63
Czechoslovakia: Ivo Viktor, Pavol Biroš, Anton Ondruš, Jozef Čapkovič, Koloman Gögh, Karol Dobiaš, Jaroslav Pollák, Antonín Panenka, Marián Masný (Ján Švehlík 70 or 68), Zdeněk Nehoda (Jozef Móder 75 or 71), Ladislav Petráš  
Austria: Gerhard Fleischmann, Johannes Demantke (Herbert Oberhofer 77), Werner Gerak, Günther Pospischil, Ferdinand Bartosch, Anton Wustinger, Ernst Knorrek, Arnold Koreimann, Johann Neuwirth, Walter Gruber, Wilhelm Cerny
Bratislava. Tehelné Pole. 5000 or 7000 spectators. ARB.: Walter Eschweiler (West Germany). Yellow cards: Marián Masný, Johannes Demantke
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March 9th, 2018, 4:31 pm #37

Antikov:
15- 5-75 Ireland 1-2 Czechoslovakia
Ireland: John Grace, J.Smith, F.O'Brien (N.Shelly), J.Sheridan, J.Bourke II, John Cervi, D.Hughes, P.O'Connor II, V.Grey (P.Connellan 46), F.Devlin, Hilary Carlyle      
I have:
 Jim Grace, Joe Smith, Fran O'Brien (Niall Shelly 50'), Jim Sheridan [c], Joe Burke, John Cervi, David Hughes, Padraig O'Connor, Vinny Grey (Paul Connellan 71'), Frank Devlin, Hilary Carlyle.
(at Tolka Park)


Antikov:
7- 6-75 Czechoslovakia 1-0 Ireland
Ireland: John Grace, J.Smith, J.Bourke II, J.Sheridan, F.O'Brien, N.Shelly, P.O'Connor, John Cervi, T.Higgins, F.Devlin, V.Grey (C.Ferry 58)
ARB.: Roland Racine (Switzerland).
I have:
 Jim Grace, Joe Smith, Joe Burke, Jim Sheridan, Fran O'Brien, Niall Shelly, Padraig O'Connor, John Cervi, Tony Higgins, Frank Devlin, Vinny Grey (Charlie Ferry 58').
Ref: Gérard Racine
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March 10th, 2018, 6:19 am #38

Kaizeler wrote:
nfm24 wrote:27- 1-76 Brazil           2-1 Chile
          [Erivélton Martins 34', Cláudio Adão 57' / Eduardo Bonvallet 75']
Folha de São Paulo credits the Chilean goal to a Fonseca; Napoleão and Assaf's Seleção Brasileira to Juan Orellana. Neither seem to mention Bonvallet.
Full details for the South American group seem to be generally available, at least in the Folha archive (inc. lineups, referees, attendances). Would you be interested on those as well (or maybe you already have them)?
Could you help me with this, I have practically all lineups of the South American pre-Olympic 1976, but I lack assistance, I can publish the information I have and you correct it ??

Thank you very much
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You can please send this information hither, and then people will write about what they have. In my opinion, now the most important thing is to collect as much information as possible on the qualifications of the Olympics. Then it will be possible to give information about discrepancies, errors, additions.
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I updating data, if you see any error, let me know.
Thank you.

Preolympic South America (Brazil 1976)
 
21-01-1976, Recife, Estádio José do Rego Maciel 'Arruda', 12926/15000
Brazil - Uruguay 1-1
Cláudio Adão 14'; Horacio Italiano 44'
Brazil: Carlos Gallo; Rosemiro Sousa, Roberto Franquerira 'Tecão', Edinho Nazareth, Francisco 'Chico' Fraga, Alberto Marques 'Leguelé', Milton Mendonça (Luiz Fernando 70'), Francisco Cremilson da Penha, Erivélton Martins, Cláudio Adão, Joao Santos (Onofre Aluísio Batista 'Tiquinho' 70').
Coach: Tomás Soares Da Silva 'Zizinho'.
Uruguay: Rodolfo Rodriguez; Carlos Boccone, Hector Roux, Julio César Antúnez, Roberto Echarrea (Wilson Kenez 30'); Carlos Luthar, Alfredo Cáceres, Eduardo Pierri (Miguel Gomez 65'); Rudy Rodriguez, Horacio Italiano, Washington Olivera.
Coach: Walter Brienza.
Referee: Cesar Orozco Guerrero (Peru).
 
22-01-1976, Recife, Estádio José do Rego Maciel 'Arruda'
Peru - Colombia 1-0
Francisco Montero 31'
Peru: Dario Herrera; Alberto Alvarado, Raúl Obando, Torrico, Adrián Bernal; Augusto Rubini, García; Ricardo Quiles, José Cañamero, Francisco Montero, Simeon Olea.
Coach: Murilho Carvalho (Brazil).
Colombia: José James Mina; William Ospina, A. Amaya, Rafael Pacheco, Luis Montufar; González, Ariel Valenciano; Juan Moreno, Eduardo Vilarete, Américo Quiñonez, Bernardo Aristizabal.
(Subs used: Carlos Monsalve, Jaime Morón).
Coach: Blagoje Vidinic (Yugoslavia).
Referee: Jorge Alberto Navas (Mexico).
Sent off: Eduardo Vilarete (Colombia) at 89'.
 
22-01-1976, Recife, Estádio José do Rego Maciel 'Arruda'
Argentina - Chile 2-1
Héctor Montes 55', Luis Correa 89'; Juan Soto 22'
Argentina: Quinto Pages; Raúl Alfaro (Luis Correa), Marcelo Bielsa, Enzo Bulleri, Rubén Cicapoli, Miguel Colacrai, José Costas, Ricardo Giusti (Oscar Cecotti), Javier Graziottin, Eduardo Jara, Héctor Montes.
Coach: Jorge Griffa.
Chile: Oscar Wirth; Juan Ubilla, José Núñez, Augusto Vergara, Mario Chirinos; José Orellana, Jorge Neumann; Sachenia, Héctor Chávez, Leonel Gatica or Mario Zurita, Eduardo Bonvallet.
Coach: Pedro Morales.
Referee: Arnaldo Cesar Coelho (Brazil).
 
24-01-1976, Recife, Estádio José do Rego Maciel 'Arruda', 500
Argentina - Peru 3-1
Roque Alfaro 30', Héctor Montes 39', José Costas 59'; García 28'
Argentina: Quinto Pages; Raúl Delpóntigo, Marcelo Bielsa, Eduardo Jara, Miguel Colacrai, Ricardo Giusti, Héctor Montes, Enzo Bulleri, José Costas (Oscar Cecotti), Raúl Alfaro (Luis Correa), Rubén Cicapoli.
Coach: Jorge Griffa.
Peru: Dario Herrera; Ingo, Raúl Obando, Torrico, Augusto Rubini, Ricardo Quiles, *Vallejos, José Cañamero (Medrano), García (Novoa), Francisco Montero, Simeon Olea.
Coach: Murilho Carvalho (Brazil).
Referee: Luís Bazán (Uruguay).
Note: Peru player: *Augusto Bernal Vallejos?
 
25-01-1976, Recife, Estádio José do Rego Maciel 'Arruda'
Uruguay - Chile 1-1
Walter Daniel Olivera 89'; Nelson Sanhueza 68'
Uruguay: Rodolfo Rodríguez; Julio César Antúnez, Carlos Boccone, Alfredo Cáceres (Nelson Pedetti), Horacio Italiano (Ceballos), Carlos Luthar, Walter Daniel Olivera, Eduardo Pierri, Rudy Rodríguez, Héctor Roux, Wilson Kenez.
Coach: Walter Brienza.
Chile: Oscar Wirth; Mario Chirinos, Francisco Cuevas (Jorge Neumann), Jaime Fonseca, Leonel Gatica, José Orellana (Raúl Toro), Nelson Sanhueza, Juan Soto, Juan Ubilla, Augusto Vergara, Leonardo Zamora.
Coach: Pedro Morales.
Referee: Roberto Barreiro (Argentina).
Sent off: Héctor Roux (Uruguay) at 83'.
 
25-01-1976, Recife, Estádio José do Rego Maciel 'Arruda', 6758
Brazil - Colombia 4-0
Erivélton Martins 4', 63', Cláudio Adão 11' pen., Alberto Marques 'Leguelé' 19'
Brazil: Carlos Gallo; Rosemiro Sousa, Roberto Franquerira 'Tecão', Edinho Nazareth (Edival), Francisco 'Chico' Fraga; João Alfredo (Luiz Fernando), Alberto Marques 'Leguelé'; Francisco Cremilson da Penha, Erivélton Martins (Picolé), Cláudio Adão, Joao Santos.
Coach: Tomás Soares Da Silva 'Zizinho'.
Colombia: José James Mina; William Ospina, Rafael Pacheco, Luis Monturfar, A. Amaya; Ariel Valenciano, Américo Quiñonez; Juan Moreno, Carlos Monsalve (Cesar Valverde), Bernardo Aristizabal, Zamora (Moises Pachón). 
Coach: Blagoje Vidinic (Yugoslavia).
Referee: Juan Silvagno (Chile).
Sent off: José James Mina (Colombia).
 
27-01-1976, Recife, Estádio José do Rego Maciel 'Arruda'
Uruguay - Peru 3-0
Washington Olivera 7', Rudy Rodríguez 15', 29'
Uruguay: Rodolfo Rodríguez; Nelson Pedetti, Carlos Boccone, Julio César Antúnez, Daniel González; Carlos Luthar, Héctor Roux (Alfredo Cáceres 65'); Rudy Rodríguez, Garcés, Eduardo Pierri, Washington Olivera.
Coach: Walter Brienza.
Peru: Dario Herrera; Benigno Pérez, Raúl Obando, Torrico, Ricardo Quiles; Augusto Rubini, *Vallejos; Miguel Loayza, José Cañamero, José Zapata, Charry.
Coach: Murilho Carvalho (Brazil).
Referee: Arnaldo David Cezar Coelho (Brazil).
Note: Peru player: *Augusto Bernal Vallejos?
 
27-01-1976, Recife, Estádio José do Rego Maciel 'Arruda', 6100
Brazil - Chile 2-1
Erivélton Martins 34', Cláudio Adão 57'; José Orellana 73'/Eduardo Bonvallet 75'
Brazil: Carlos Gallo; Rosemiro Sousa, Roberto Franquerira 'Tecão', (Bianchi 65'), Edinho Nazareth, Francisco 'Chico' Fraga; João Alfredo, Pedro Zandonaida; Francisco Cremilson da Penha (Mauro de Campos Junior 65'), Erivélton Martins, Cláudio Adão, Joao Santos.
Coach: Tomás Soares Da Silva 'Zizinho'.
Chile: Oscar Wirth; Nelson Sanhueza, Augusto Vergara, Juan Ubilla, Mario Chirinos; Leonel Gatica, Eduardo Bonvallet; Jorge Neumann; Jaime Fonseca, Mario Zurita (José Orellana 59'), Carlos Durán (Juan Soto 59').
Coach: Pedro Morales.
Referee: Guillermo Velasquez Ramirez (Colombia).
 
28-01-1976, Recife, Estádio José do Rego Maciel 'Arruda', 25000
Argentina – Colombia 2-2
José Costas 52', Raúl Alfaro 57'; Moises Pachón 38', Eduardo Vilarete 55'
Argentina: Quinto Pagés; Javier Graziottin, Marcelo Bielsa, Eduardo Jara, Miguel Colacrai; Oscar Cecotti, Enzo Bulleri; Raúl Alfaro (Luis Correa 2nd HT), Héctor Montes, José Costas, Rubén Cicapoli (*Rodríguez 2nd HT).
Coach: Jorge Griffa.
Colombia: Alcides Saavedra; William Ospina, A. Amaya, Rafael Pacheco, Luis Montufar; Carlos Monsalve, Pedro Sarmiento; Cesar Valverde, Moises Pachón, Eduardo Vilarete, Bernardo Aristizabal (Juan Moreno 70').
Coach: Blagoje Vidinic (Yugoslavia).
Referee: Juan Silvagno (Chile).
Sent off: Blagoje Vidinic (coach Colombia).
Note: *Roberto Rodríguez or José Rodríguez.
 
29-01-1976, Recife, Estádio José do Rego Maciel 'Arruda', 4048
Brazil - Peru 3-0
Alberto Marques 'Leguelé' 18', Erivélton Martins 38', Joao Santos 72'
Brazil: Carlos Gallo; Rosemiro Sousa (Mauro de Campos Junior 55'), Roberto Franquerira 'Tecão', Edinho Nazareth, Francisco 'Chico' Fraga; Alberto Márquez 'Leguelé', Pedro Zandonaide; Francisco Cremilson da Penha, Cláudio Adão, Erivélton Martins, Joao Santos.
Coach: Tomás Soares Da Silva 'Zizinho'.
Peru: Ricardo Valladares; Benigno Pérez, Raúl Obando, Torrico, Adrián Bernal; Augusto Rubini, Garcia; Miguel Loayza (Jorge Medina Joya 35'), Francisco Montero (Carlos Santalla 55'), José Zapata, Simeon Olea.
Coach: Murilho Carvalho (Brazil).
Referee: José Luis Martínez (Uruguay).
 
30-01-1976, Recife, Estádio José do Rego Maciel 'Arruda'
Colombia - Chile 1-0
Eduardo Vilarete 41'
Colombia: Alcides Saavedra; Rafael Pacheco, A. Amaya, Luis Montufar, William Ospina; Pedro Sarmiento, Carlos Monsalve; Cesar Valverde, Juan Moreno (Américo Quiñones 82'), Eduardo Vilarete, Bernardo Aristizabal (Moises Pachon 73').
Coach: Blagoje Vidinic (Yugoslavia).
Chile: Oscar Wirth; Raúl Toro (Juan Soto), Nelson Sanhueza, Juan Ubilla, Augusto Vergara; José Orellana (Jorge Neumann), Carlos Durán, Jaime Fonseca; Leonardo Zamora, Leonel Gatica, Eduardo Bonvallet.
Referee: Jorge Alberto Navas (Mexico).
Sent off: Leonardo Zamora (Chile) at 83'.
 
30-01-1976, Recife, Estádio José do Rego Maciel 'Arruda', 620
Uruguay - Argentina 2-0
Pedro Ortiz 4', Washington Oliveira 17'
Uruguay: Rodolfo Rodríguez; Wilson Kenez, Carlos Boccone, Julio César Antúnez, Héctor Roux, Carlos Luthar, Nelson Pedetti, Rudy Rodríguez, Miguel Gómez, Pedro Ortiz (Alfredo Cáceres 2nd HT), Washington Olivera (Aníbal Pastorino 2nd HT).
Coach: Walter Brienza.
Argentina: Quinto Pagés; Eduardo Jara (Luis Correa 1st HT), Javier Graziottin, Miguel Colacrai, Ricardo Giusti, Raúl Alfaro, Héctor Montes, Rubén Cicapoli (José Rodríguez 2nd HT), José Costas, Raúl Delpóntigo, Roberto Rodríguez.
Coach: Jorge Griffa.
Referee: Cesar Orozco Guerrero (Peru).
 
01-02-1976, Recife, Estádio José do Rego Maciel 'Arruda'
Colombia - Uruguay 2-2
Eduardo Vilarete 32', Carlos Monsalve 68'; Nelson Pedetti 20', Pedro Ortiz 48'
Colombia: Alcides Saavedra; William Ospina, Rafael Pacheco, Luis Montufar, A. Amaya, Pedro Sarmiento, César Valverde, Carlos Monsalve, Moises Pachón, Eduardo Vilarete, Bernardo Aristizabal (Rafael Agudelo 65').
Coach: Blagoje Vidinic (Yugoslavia).
Uruguay: Rodolfo Rodríguez; Héctor Roux, Carlos Boccone, Julio César Antúnez, Wilson Kenez, Miguel Gómez, Carlos Luthar, Pedro Ortiz (Alfredo Cáceres 73'), Rudy Rodríguez, Nelson Pedetti, Washington Olivera (Horacio Italiano 80').
Coach: Walter Brienza.
Referee: Cesar Orozco Guerrero (Peru).
 
01-02-1976, Recife, Estádio José do Rego Maciel 'Arruda'
Brazil - Argentina 2-0
Cláudio Adão 1', Erivélton Martins 66'
Brazil: Carlos Gallo; Rosemiro Sousa, Roberto Franquerira 'Tecão', Edinho Nazareth, Francisco 'Chico' Fraga, João Alfredo, Alberto Marques 'Leguelé', Francisco Cremilson da Penha (Onofre Aluísio Batista 'Tiquinho' 2nd HT), Cláudio Adão, Erivélton Martins, Joao Santos (Mauro de Campos Junior 2nd HT).
Coach: Tomás Soares Da Silva 'Zizinho'.
Argentina: Quinto Pagés; Raúl Delpóntigo, Marcelo Bielsa, Javier Graziottin, Miguel Colacrai, Ricardo Giusti, Enzo Bulleri, Raúl Alfaro (Moyano 2nd HT), Morales, José Costas, Rubén Cicapoli (Luis Correa 2nd HT).
Coach: Jorge Griffa.
Referee: Guillermo Velasquez Ramirez (Colombia).
Sent off: Alberto Marques 'Leguelé' (Brazil).
 
01-02-1976, Recife, Estádio José do Rego Maciel 'Arruda'
Chile - Peru 2-1
Nelson Sanhueza 9', Jorge Neumann 20'; José Cañamero 83'
Chile: Oscar Wirth; Mario Chirinos, Augusto Vergara, Nelson Sanhueza, Juan Ubilla, Humberto Martínez, Leonel Gatica, Héctor Chávez, Jaime Fonseca, Juan Soto, Jorge Neumann.
Coach: Pedro Morales.
Peru: Ricardo Valladares; Benigno Pérez, Raúl Obando, Freddy Bustamante, Inga, Jorge Medina Joya, *Vallejos, García (Llamosa), José Zapata (Francisco Montero), José Cañamero, Simeon Olea.
Coach: Murilho Carvalho (Brazil).
Referee: Roberto Barreiro (Argentina).
Note: Peru player: *Augusto Bernal Vallejos?
 
1. Brazil             5  4  1  0  12- 2  9
2. Uruguay        5  2  3  0   9- 4  7
3. Argentina      5  2  1  2   7- 8  5
4. Colombia      5  1  2  2   5- 9  4
5. Chile             5  1  1  3   5- 7  3
6. Peru             5  1  0  4   3-11  2
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EUROPE

Group 1

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FIRST ROUND

15- 5-75 Finland 3-5 Norway
Goals: Miikka Toivola 3 or 4, 67, Aki Heiskanen 65 / Svein Ove Kvia 14 penalty, 83 or 86, Helge Peter Skuseth 48 or 49, Tom Arne Lund 79 or 83, Stein Borgar Thunberg 81 or 85
Finland: Göran Enckelman, Erkki Vihtilä, Errki Lehtinen, Matti Paatelainen, Esko Ranta, Jouko Suomalainen, Hannu Hämäläinen, Jukka Pirinen, Olavi Rissanen, Olavi Köykkä (Aki Heiskainen 85), Miikka Toivola
Norway: Erik Hjorth Johannessen, Erling Meirik, Jan Birkelund, Reidar Goa, Svein Grøndalen, Tor Egil Johansen, Svein Ove Kvia, Gabriel Høyland, Pål Jacobsen (Stein Borgar Thunberg 67), Tom Arne Lund, Helge Peter Skuseth
Helsinki. Helsingin Olympiastadion. 12031 spectators. ARB.: Erik Fredriksson (Sweden). Yellow cards: Tom Arne Lund, Errki Lehtinen

18- 6-75 Norway 1-1 Finland          
Goals: Gabriel Høyland 79 penalty / Jarmo Manninen 61
Norway: Erik Hjorth Johannessen, Erling Meirik, Jan Birkelund, Svein Grøndalen, Trond Pedersen, Tor Egil Johansen, Svein Ove Kvia, Gabriel Høyland, Helge Peter Skuseth (Frode Larsen 61), Pål Jacobsen (Helge Karlsen 85), Stein Borgar Thunberg
Finland: Göran Enckelman, Pauno Kymäläinen (Kalle Nieminen 34), Erkki Vihtilä, Matti Paatelainen, Esko Ranta, Jouko Suomalainen, Aki Heiskainen, Miikka Toivola, Olavi Rissanen, Jarmo Manninen, Heikki Suhonen
Stavanger. Stavanger Stadion. 12387 spectators. ARB.: Bent Nielsen (Denmark).

7- 5-75 Yugoslavia 1-1 USSR  
Goals: Pavle Jevtić 76 / Mikhail Bulgakov 80
Yugoslavia: Želimir (Željko) Stinčić, Nikica Cukrov, Mladomir Radovanović (Slavoljub Muslin 75), Dževad Kreso, Danilo Karadžić, Zvonko Vidačak, Božo Bakota, Ante Miročević, Ivan Lukačević, Drago Rukljač, Abid Kovačević (Pavle Jevtić 75)
USSR: 
Aleksandr Prokhorov Александр Прохоров, 
Vladimir Troshkin Владимир Трошкин, 
Sergey Olshanskiy Сергей Ольшанский, 
Nikolay Osyanin Николай Осянин, 
Yevgeniy Lovchev Евгений Ловчев, 
Aleksandr Maksimenkov Александр Максименков, 
Manuchar Machaidze Манучар Мачаидзе (Nikolay Khudiev Николай Худиев 73), 
Aleksandr Minaev Александр Минаев, 
Viktor Papaev Виктор Папаев (Valeriy Gladilin Валерий Гладилин 46), 
Vadim Nikonov Вадим Никонов, 
Mikhail Bulgakov Михаил Булгаков 
Banja Luka. 8000 spectators. ARB.: Erich Linemayr (Austria).
 
21- 5-75 USSR 3-0 Yugoslavia
Goals: Leonid Buryak 57 penalty, 61, Vasilis Hadzipanagis 87
USSR: 
Aleksandr Prokhorov Александр Прохоров, 
Vladimir Troshkin Владимир Трошкин, 
Sergey Olshanskiy Сергей Ольшанский, 
Viktor Zvyagintsev Виктор Звягинцев, 
Yevgeniy Lovchev Евгений Ловчев, 
Aleksandr Maksimenkov Александр Максименков, 
Mikhail Bulgakov Михаил Булгаков (Aleksandr Minaev Александр Минаев 50), 
Leonid Buryak Леонид Буряк, 
Vladimir Fyodorov Владимир Фёдоров, 
Valeriy Gladilin Валерий Гладилин, 
Vasilis Hadzipanagis Βασίλης Χατζηπαναγής Василис Хадзипанагис 
Yugoslavia: Želimir (Željko) Stinčić, Nikica Cukrov, Mladomir Radovanović (Dragan Tomić 65), Slavoljub Muslin, Danilo Karadžić, Zvonko Vidačak, Božo Bakota, Ante Miročević, Ivan Lukačević (Pavle Jevtić 70), Drago Rukljač, Dragoljub Pejović
Moscow. The large sports arena of the Central Lenin Stadium (Luzhniki Stadium). Большая спортивная арена Центрального стадиона имени В. И. Ленина (Стадион Лужники). 40000 spectators. ARB.: Constantin Petrea (Romania). Yellow cards: Leonid Buryak Леонид Буряк, Vladimir Troshkin Владимир Трошкин, Ante Miročević

SECOND ROUND
 
1.USSR             4   4   0   0  10- 1   8
2.Norway           4   1   1   2   5-10   3
3.Iceland           4   0   1   3   3- 7    1

7- 7-75 Iceland 1-1 Norway
Goals: Árni Sveinsson 16 or 17 / Gabriel Høyland 21
Iceland: Sigurður H.Dagsson, Gísli Torfason (Björn Lárusson 22), Jón Pétursson, Marteinn Geirsson, Jóhannes Eðvaldsson, Hörður Hilmarsson (Ernst Elmar Geirsson 60), Guðgeir Leifsson, Jón Alfreðsson, Árni Sveinsson, Teitur Benedikt Þórðarson, Matthías Hallgrímsson
Norway: Erik Hjorth Johannessen, Erling Meirik, Helge Karlsen, Svein Grøndalen, Trond Pedersen, Helge Peter Skuseth, Svein Ove Kvia, Erik Just Olsen (Svein Erling Mathisen), Frode Larsen, Stein Borgar Thunberg, Gabriel Høyland 
Reykjavík. Laugardalsvöllur. 10971 spectators. ARB.: Ulf Eriksson (Sweden).
 
17- 7-75 Norway 3-2 Iceland        
Goals: Sigbjørn Slinning 16 or 15, Gabriel Høyland 56 or 55, Helge Peter Skuseth 63 / Teitur Benedikt Þórðarson 12, Jóhannes Eðvaldsson 88
Norway: Erik Hjorth Johannessen, Trond Pedersen, Helge Karlsen, Svein Grøndalen, Sigbjørn Slinning, Tor Egil Johansen (Erik Just Olsen 72), Svein Ove Kvia, Stein Borgar Thunberg, Frode Larsen, Helge Peter Skuseth, Gabriel Høyland 
Iceland: Árni Stefánsson, Gísli Torfason, Jón Pétursson, Marteinn Geirsson, Jóhannes Eðvaldsson, Grétar Magnússon (Björn Lárusson 46), Guðgeir Leifsson, Jón Alfreðsson, Ólafur Eggert Júlíusson (Örn Óskarsson 73), Teitur Benedikt Þórðarson, Matthías Hallgrímsson
Bergen. Brann Stadion. 14000 spectators. ARB.: Edgar Pedersen (Denmark).

30- 7-75 Iceland 0-2 USSR 
Goals: Aleksandr Minaev 53, 76
Iceland: Árni Stefánsson, Gísli Torfason, Jón Pétursson, Marteinn Geirsson, Jóhannes Eðvaldsson, Guðgeir Leifsson, Karl Hermannsson, Árni Sveinsson, Ernst Elmar Geirsson (Ólafur Eggert Júlíusson 60), Teitur Benedikt Þórðarson, Matthías Hallgrímsson
USSR: 
Aleksandr Prokhorov Александр Прохоров, 
Valentin Utkin Валентин Уткин, 
Viktor Zvyagintsev Виктор Звягинцев, 
Yevgeniy Lovchev Евгений Ловчев, 
Nikolay Osyanin Николай Осянин, 
Vladimir Troshkin Владимир Трошкин, 
Aleksandr Minaev Александр Минаев, 
Leonid Buryak Леонид Буряк, 
Aleksandr Maksimenkov Александр Максименков, 
David Kipiani Давид Кипиани (Manuchar Machaidze Манучар Мачаидзе 59), 
Vasilis Hadzipanagis Βασίλης Χατζηπαναγής Василис Хадзипанагис
Reykjavík. Laugardalsvöllur. 9666 spectators. ARB.: John Gordon (Scotland).
 
28- 8-75 Norway 1-3 USSR
Goals: Helge Peter Skuseth 14 / Vladimir Sakharov 7, 52, Vladimir Fyodorov 8
Norway: Tore Antonsen, Trond Pedersen, Helge Karlsen, Svein Grøndalen, Sigbjørn Slinning, Jan Egil Hansen, Svein Ove Kvia, Helge Peter Skuseth, Frode Larsen (Stein Borgar Thunberg 43), Arne Dokken, Gabriel Høyland (Tor Egil Johansen 83)
USSR: 
Aleksandr Prokhorov Александр Прохоров, 
Valentin Utkin Валентин Уткин, 
Viktor Zvyagintsev Виктор Звягинцев, 
Yevgeniy Lovchev Евгений Ловчев, 
Nikolay Osyanin Николай Осянин, 
Vladimir Troshkin Владимир Трошкин, 
Aleksandr Minaev Александр Минаев, 
Leonid Buryak Леонид Буряк, 
Aleksandr Maksimenkov Александр Максименков, 
Vladimir Sakharov Владимир Сахаров, 
Vladimir Fyodorov Владимир Фёдоров
Oslo. Ullevaal Stadion. 15797 spectators. ARB.: Georg Krutelew (Finland).
 
10- 9-75 USSR 1-0 Iceland        
Goal: Aleksandr Minaev 40
USSR: 
Aleksandr Prokhorov Александр Прохоров, 
Valentin Utkin Валентин Уткин, 
Viktor Zvyagintsev Виктор Звягинцев, 
Yevgeniy Lovchev Евгений Ловчев, 
Nikolay Osyanin Николай Осянин, 
Aleksandr Maksimenkov Александр Максименков, 
Vladimir Fyodorov Владимир Фёдоров, 
Aleksandr Minaev Александр Минаев, 
Vladimir Sakharov Владимир Сахаров, 
Valeriy Filatov Валерий Филатов, 
Vasilis Hadzipanagis Βασίλης Χατζηπαναγής Василис Хадзипанагис 
Iceland: Árni Stefánsson, Ólafur Þór Sigurvinsson, Björn Lárusson, Jón Pétursson, Marteinn Geirsson, Gísli Torfason, Hörður Hilmarsson, Jón Alfreðsson (Árni Sveinsson 60), Matthías Hallgrímsson, Teitur Benedikt Þórðarson, Ernst Elmar Geirsson
Moscow. The large sports arena of the Central Lenin Stadium (Luzhniki Stadium). Большая спортивная арена Центрального стадиона имени В. И. Ленина (Стадион Лужники). 30000 spectators. ARB.: László Hámori (Hungary).     
 
24- 9-75 USSR 4-0 Norway  
Goals: Vladimir Sakharov 67, David Kipiani 76, 86, Aleksandr Minaev 79
USSR: 
Vladimir Astapovskiy Владимир Астаповский, 
Yuriy Saukh Юрий Саух, 
Sergey Nikulin Сергей Никулин, 
Yevgeniy Lovchev Евгений Ловчев, 
Nikolay Osyanin Николай Осянин, 
Valeriy Gladilin Валерий Гладилин, 
Aleksandr Maksimenkov Александр Максименков, 
Valeriy Filatov Валерий Филатов (Valentin Utkin Валентин Уткин 74), 
Aleksandr Minaev Александр Минаев, 
Vladimir Sakharov Владимир Сахаров (David Kipiani Давид Кипиани 67), 
Vasilis Hadzipanagis Βασίλης Χατζηπαναγής Василис Хадзипанагис 
Norway: Tom Rüsz Jacobsen, Trond Pedersen, Helge Karlsen, Svein Grøndalen, Sigbjørn Slinning, Jan Egil Hansen (Rune Ottesen 58), Svein Ove Kvia, Gabriel Høyland, Frode Larsen, Trygve Johannessen (Arne Dokken 65), Helge Peter Skuseth
Moscow. The large sports arena of the Central Lenin Stadium (Luzhniki Stadium). Большая спортивная арена Центрального стадиона имени В. И. Ленина (Стадион Лужники). 26000 spectators. ARB.: Ryszard Sobiecki, Marian Kustoń, Zbigniew Słabik (Poland).
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March 10th, 2018, 2:37 pm #43

Antikov wrote:Moscow. Stadium Luzhniki.
Wasn't it the Lenin Stadium at that time?
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March 10th, 2018, 2:42 pm #44

I gave a short title. Here is the full name:

https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%9B%D1 ... %BE%D0%BD)
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March 10th, 2018, 2:49 pm #45

Central Lenin Stadium (1956–1992)
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March 10th, 2018, 4:55 pm #46

I corrected my previous message:

The large sports arena of the Central Lenin Stadium (Luzhniki Stadium). Большая спортивная арена Центрального стадиона имени В. И. Ленина (Стадион Лужники). 

I'm against (contra) Lenin. Therefore, I always called this stadium Luzhniki.

There is another arena:
https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%9B%D1 ... D%D0%B0%29

Open please also:
https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%9B%D1 ... %BA%D1%81)
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March 10th, 2018, 6:06 pm #47

Antikov wrote:I'm against (contra) Lenin. Therefore, I always called this stadium Luzhniki.
I think it's better not to let personal preference (or morality) overrule facts.  It's supposed to be an objective record of history.
Otherwise there will be issues with e.g. Adolf Hitler Stadion, Stade Mobutu Sese Seko, Jan Smuts Stadium, Estádio Olímpico João Havelange etc.
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March 11th, 2018, 2:15 pm #48

BTW I don't mean to equate Lenin to any of those people (or equate any of them to each other), just examples of historical figures which some people would like to "write out of history".
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Group 4

FIRST ROUND

4- 6-75 Romania 4-0 Denmark
Goals: Attila Kun 15, Gabriel Sandu 65, Ion Dumitru 66, Cornel Dinu 82
Romania: Necula Răducanu, Florin Cheran, Alexandru Sătmăreanu, Gabriel Sandu, Teodor Anghelini, Ilie Balaci, Cornel Dinu, Ion Dumitru (Ladislau Bölöni 80), Zoltan Crișan, Attila Kun, Mircea Lucescu (Dumitru Marcu 46)
Denmark: Ivan LYKKE, Svend ANDRESEN, Lars LARSEN, Poul MATHIASEN, Niels TUNE, Jack HANSEN, Frank NIELSEN, Niels SØRENSEN (Allan HANSEN 70), Lars BASTRUP, Claus LARSEN, Bjarne PETTERSSON (Knud NØRREGAARD 35)
Bucharest. Stadionul 23 August. 8000 or 15000 spectators. ARB.: Hilmi Ok, O.Vilgor, A.Habil (Turkey).
 
18- 6-75 Denmark 1-2 Romania
Goals: Birger Mauritzen 26 or 27 / Mircea Sandu 46 or 47, 49
Denmark: Ivan LYKKE, Svend ANDRESEN, Lars LARSEN, Søren LARSEN, Niels TUNE, Jack HANSEN, Niels SØRENSEN, Lars BASTRUP (Bjarne PETTERSSON 69), Jens KOLDING, Claus LARSEN, Birger MAURITZEN
Romania: Silviu Iorgulescu, Florin Cheran, Alexandru Sătmăreanu, Gabriel Sandu, Teodor Anghelini, Ion Dumitru, Cornel Dinu, Ladislau Bölöni, Zoltan Crișan, Attila Kun (Mircea Sandu 46 (Dumitru Marcu 74)), Mircea Lucescu
Copenhagen. Københavns Idrætspark. 13300 spectators. ARB.: Rolf Haugen (Norway).
 
8- 4-75 Luxembourg 0-1 Netherlands
Goal: Ad van den Broek 50
Luxembourg: Jeannot Moes, Roger Fandel, Joé Hansen, René Flenghi, Jean-Louis Margue, Gilbert Dresch, Louis Trierweiler, Jeannot Krecké, Gilbert Zender, Jean-Paul Martin (Jean Hansen 78), Roland Thill (Jean-Paul Goerres 69)    
Netherlands: Peter van der Valk, Theo Hakkers, Nico Hokke, Aalt Kok, Aren Buvens, Rinus Brinkman, Kees Karstens, Wim van der Horst, Ad van den Broek, Leon Lahaye, Jantje (Jan) Vedder
Luxembourg. Stade Municipal. 1000 or 800 spectators. ARB.: Rudolf Frickel (West Germany). 

22- 4-75 Netherlands 2-1 Luxembourg
Goals: Kees Karstens 54, Wim van der Horst 79 penalty / Jean-Louis Margue 74
Netherlands: Peter van der Valk, Theo Hakkers, Nico Hokke, Aalt Kok, Aren Buvens, Rinus Brinkman, Kees Karstens, Wim van der Horst, Ad van den Broek, Leon Lahaye, Jantje (Jan) Vedder
Luxembourg: Jeannot Moes, Roger Fandel, Joé Hansen, Henri Römer, Jean-Louis Margue, Gilbert Dresch, Louis Trierweiler, Jeannot Krecké, Gilbert Zender, Jean-Paul Goerres (Jean Hansen 66), Roland Thill
Spakenburg. Terrein van IJsselmeervogels or "Vogelstadion" (maybe the same as Sportpark De Westmaat). 2500 spectators. ARB.: Dominic Byrne (Ireland).


SECOND ROUND
 
 1.FRANCE           4  3  0  1 11- 5  6
 2.Romania            4  3  0  1  9- 5   6
 3.Netherlands       4  0  0  4  5-15  0

Group 4

12-11-75 Netherlands 2-3 France      
Goals: Kees Karstens 28 penalty or 29 penalty or 30 penalty, Timo/Thimo Meertens 76 / Olivier Rouyer 51 or 52 or 53, Francisco Rubio 56 or 57, Jean-Marc Schaer 85
Netherlands: Mathieu/Matthieu Quanjel, Kees Van Veenendaal, Nico Hokke, Wout van Gelder, Aren Buvens, Kees Karstens, Timo/Thimo Meertens, Leon Lahaye, Peter Drent (Ad Van den Broek 74), Jan Peters, Louis Cordewener   
France: Jean-Claude Larrieu, Claude Chazottes, Alexandre Stassievitch, Michel Pottier, Daniel Lavocat, Jean Fernandez, Francisco Rubio, Omar Sahnoun, Olivier Rouyer, Jean-Marc Schaer, Loïc Amisse
Veendam. Gjaltema Stadion aan De Langeleegte. ARB.: Wolfgang Riedel (East Germany). Yellow cards: Olivier Rouyer, Claude Chazottes, Loïc Amisse, Aren Buvens 

3-12-75 France 4-0 Romania
Goals: Jean Fernandez 43, Olivier Rouyer 64 or 65, 72, 80
France: Jean-Claude Larrieu, Claude Chazottes, Michel Pottier, Alexandre Stassievitch, Francis Meynieu, Jean Fernandez, Michel Platini, Francisco Rubio, Olivier Rouyer, Jean-Marc Schaer, Loïc Amisse
Romania: Dumitru Moraru, Ion Mateescu, Ștefan Sameș, Gabriel Sandu, Teodor Lucuță, Cornel Dinu, Dudu Georgescu, Anghel Iordănescu, Radu Troi, Mircea Sandu (Ilie Balaci 62), Mircea Lucescu (Iuliu Hajnal 73)
Blois. Stade municipal des Allées Jean Leroi. 6051 spectators. ARB.: Bartley John Homewood (England).
 
25- 2-76 France 4-2 Netherlands
Goals: Jean-Marc Schaer 3 or 4, Olivier Rouyer 21 or 22, 57 or 59, Michel Platini 52 or 53 / Jan Peters 65 or 70, Wim van der Horst 72 or 75
France: Henri Orlandini, Claude Chazottes, Michel Pottier, Alexandre Stassievitch, Francis Meynieu, Jean Fernandez, Francisco Rubio, Loïc Amisse, Michel Platini, Jean-Marc Schaer, Olivier Rouyer
Netherlands: Ton Bakhuis, Aren Buvens, Nico Hokke, Wout van Gelder, Frans Meijer, Kees Karstens, Hans van der Linden/Linde (Wim Van der Horst),  Kees Van Veenendaal, Makkie Nijssen, Jan Peters, Louis Cordewener
Caen. Stade de Venoix. 7477 spectators. ARB.: László Hámori (Hungary).

24- 3-76 Romania 1-0 France       
Goal: Ladislau Bölöni 10
Romania: Necula Răducanu, Florin Cheran, Cornel Dinu, Ștefan Sameș, Iuliu Hajnal, Ion Dumitru, Ladislau Bölöni, Anghel Iordănescu, Mircea Lucescu, Dudu Georgescu (Zoltan Crișan 67), Attila Kun (Mihai Romilă 46)
France: Jean-Claude Larrieu, Claude Chazottes, Alexandre Stassievitch, Michel Pottier, Francis Meynieu, Jean Fernandez, Michel Platini, Francisco Rubio, Olivier Rouyer (Hervé Florès 85), Jean-Marc Schaer, Michel Cougé
Bucharest. Stadionul 23 August. 40000 spectators. ARB.: Giorgos Katsoras, P.Marinos, G.Martinos (Greece). Red card: Michel Pottier

6- 4-76 Netherlands 0-3 Romania
Goals: Anghel Iordănescu 54 penalty, 57, 62
Netherlands: Ton Bakhuis (Piet Tent 56), Aren Buvens, Wout van Gelder, Nico Hokke, Frans Meijer, Wim van der Horst, Kees Karstens, Makkie Nijssen, Jaan de Graaf, Jan Peters, Louis Cordewener  
Romania: Necula Răducanu, Florin Cheran, Gabriel Sandu, Cornel Dinu, Teodor Anghelini, Ladislau Bölöni, Anghel Iordănescu, Gheorghe Mulțescu, Zoltan Crișan, Marcel Răducanu, Iuliu Hajnal (Dudu Georgescu 61)
Roosendaal. De Luiten. 5000 spectators. ARB.: Norbert Rolles (Luxembourg).
 
14- 4-76 Romania 5-1 Netherlands
Goals: Gheorghe Mulţescu 20, Iuliu Hajnal 25, Anghel Iordănescu 45 penalty, Constantin Zamfir 64, Cornel Dinu 84 / Jan Peters 11
Romania: Necula Răducanu, Florin Cheran, Cornel Dinu, Gabriel Sandu, Iuliu Hajnal, Gheorghe Mulțescu (Dudu Georgescu 57), Ion Dumitru, Anghel Iordănescu, Zoltan Crișan, Marcel Răducanu, Constantin Zamfir
Netherlands: Piet Tent, Aren Buvens, Wout van Gelder, Nico Hokke, Frans Meijer, Wim van der Horst, Kees Karstens, Makkie Nijssen, Jaan de Graaf, Jan Peters, Louis Cordewener  
Bucharest. Stadionul 23 August. 30000 spectators. ARB.: Richard Casha, Christopher Ripard, Richard Stagnonvarra (Malta).
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March 13th, 2018, 10:00 am #50

Antikov wrote:Need help with the team of the Netherlands. In the game Netherlands - Luxembourg 2-1 need to clarify the minutes of goals. Also need to clarify the names and surnames of some players of the Netherlands team.
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22- 4-75 Netherlands 2-1 Luxembourg
Goals: Kees Karstens, Wim van den Horst penalty / Jean-Louis Margue
Spakenburg. Sportpark De Westmaat. 2500 spectators.
Karstens 54', van der Horst 79' pen / Margue 74'
Terrein van IJsselmeervogels, or "Vogelstadion"  (maybe the same as Sportpark De Westmaat)

Dutch player names:
Ton Bakhuis (not Tom)
Aren Buvens (or Arend Buvens)
Wout van Gelder
Aalt Kok
Hans van der Linden/Linde
Timo/Thimo Meertens
Makkie Nijssen
Mathieu/Matthieu Quanjel
Piet Tent
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