Monday, July 21, 2014

Articles on Teams and Events-Part 30

Three Articles from El Grafico, about Argentina’s Tour of Europe in 1984
 (Magazine / Language : El Grafico Number 3387, 3388 and 3389 / Spanish by Aldo Proietto) 


Photo From: El Grafico Number 3389, 1984
(Jorge Burruchaga, September 12, 1984-West Germany 1-Argentina 3)

Photo From: El Grafico Number 3388, 1984
(September 5, 1984-Belgium 0-Argentina 2)



An article about the USA Bicentenial Cup held in 1976 
(Magazine / Language : Onze, Issue 6, June 1976 / French By Alain Leiblang) 


Photo From: Onze, Issue 6, June 1976
(Zico, May 31, 1976, USA Bicentenial Cup, Brazil 4-Italy 1)


Photo From: Onze, Issue 6, June 1976
(Michael Doyle and Paulo Roberto Falcao, May 23, 1976, USA Bicentenial Cup, Brazil 1-England 0)




An articles about the goalscorers in AC Milans history  
(Magazine / Language : Calcio 2000, Issue 25, December 1999 / Italian By  Carlo F. Chiesa) 



Photo From: Calcio 2000, Issue 25, December 1999
(Marco van Basten, one of the best goalscorers in the history of AC Milan )



An article about League wins achieved on the very last day of the season
(Magazine / Language : Goal, May 1996 / English By Graham Wray and Jeff King)  


Last Day League Wins

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Player Profiles-Part 30

Four profiles and one Interview on 60s Northern Irish legend George Best
(Magazine / Language : World Soccer, May 1968 / English By Phillip Rising)
(Magazine / Language : World Soccer, February 1969 / English By Roger McDonald)
(Magazine / Language : Mondial, new series, issue 60, March 1985 / French by Ghislain Loustalot) 
(Magazine / Language : Goal, Issue 11, August 1996 / English By Richard Tippett)
(Magazine / Language : Goal Issue 19, April 1997 / English By Michael Hodges)
(Magazine / Language : Calcio 2000, Issue 16, February 1999 / Italian)

Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 60, March 1985
(George Best with Manchester United)



Five profiles with Italy and Juventus midfielder Marco Tardelli
(Magazine / Language : Mondial, new series, issue 31, October 1982 / French) 
(Magazine / Language : Onze, Issue 84, December 1982  / French by Francis Huertas) 
(Magazine / Language : World Soccer, January 1988 / English By Jane Nottage)
(Magazine / Language : Calcio 2000, Issue 26, January 2000 / Italian By Carlo F. Chiesa)
(Magazine / Language : Calcio 2000, Issue 36 Suppplement, November-December 2000 / Italian By Marco Tarozzi)

Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 31, October 1982
(Marco Tardelli during the 1982 World Cup)



Twelve Profiles and one Interview with England striker Gary Lineker
(Magazine / Language : Mondial, new series, issue 69, December 1985 / French By Raoul Dufourcq)
(Magazine / Language : Onze, Issue 132, December 1986 / French By Alain Leiblang) 
(Magazine / Language : France Football, Issue 2130, February 3, 1987 / French By Paco Aguilar) 
(Magazine / Language : France Football, Issue 2133, February 24, 1987 / French By Paco Aguilar) 
(Magazine / Language : Fussball Magazin, May 1987 / German By Siegfried Buschschluter) 
(Magazine / Language : Guerin Sportivo, April 12-18, 1989 / Italian By Marco Strazzi) 
(Magazine / Language : Soccer International, February 1992 / English)
(Magazine / Language : Onze-Mondial, Issue 37, February 1992 / French By Thierry Hubac and Alain Gadoffre) 
(Magazine / Language : World Soccer, August 1992 / English By Colin Malam)
(Magazine / Language : World Soccer, May 1993 / English By Ken Goldman)
(Magazine / Language : World Soccer, July 1993 / English By Keir Radnedge)
(Magazine / Language : World Soccer, November 1994 / English By Mike Plastow)
(Magazine / Language : Calcio 2000, Issue 21, July 1999 / Italian By Carlo F. Chiesa)


Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 69, December 1985
(Gary Lineker with Klaus Aughentaler behind him, June 12, 1985, Azteca 2000, England 3-West Germany 0)



Three profiles on German defender Christian Ziege
(Magazine / Language : World Soccer, November 1993 / English By Arthur Rotmil)
(Magazine / Language : World Soccer, March 1997 / English By Nick Bidwell)
(Magazine / Language : World Soccer, October 1999 / English By Nick Bidwell)


Photo From: World Soccer, March 1997
(Christian Ziege with germany during the 1996 Euroepan Championships)


Ziege Profiles

Saturday, July 19, 2014

Interviews-Part 33

Six interviews and eight profiles on Italian goalkeeper Dino Zoff
(Magazine / Language : World Soccer, September 1974 / English)
(Magazine / Language : Mondial, Old Series, Issue 6, July 1977 / French)   
(Magazine / Language : Mondial, old series, Issue 11, December 1977  / French)
(Magazine / Language : Fussball Magazin, February March 1978 / German By Giovanni Mercuri)
(Magazine / Language : Mondial, old series, Issue 11, June 1979  / French)
(Magazine / Language : World Soccer, November 1981 / English By Keir Radnedge) 
(Magazine / Language : Onze, Issue 72, December 1981 / French By  Francois-Rene Simon)  
(Magazine / Language : Mondial, new series, Issue 24, March 1982  / French By Stefano Germano)
(Magazine / Language : Onze, Issue 84, December 1982 / French By  Francis Huertas)  
(Magazine / Language : Mondial, new series, issue 34, January 1983 / French By Jean-Luc Ettori)
 (Magazine / Language : France Football, Issue 2238, February 28, 1989 / French By Enzo D’Orsi)  
(Magazine / Language : France Football, Issue 2583, October 10, 1995 / French By Roberto Notarianni and Antonio Felici )  
(Magazine / Language : Calcio 2000, Issue 12, October 1998 / Italian By Marco Tarozzi) 
(Magazine / Language : Calcio 2000, Issue 26, January 2000 / Italian By Carlo F. Chiesa) 

Photo From : Onze, Issue 72, December 1981
(Dino Zoff reading November 1981 Issue of Onze)




Eleven interviews and seven profiles on France’s Dominique Bathenay
(Magazine / Language : Onze, Issue 7, July 1976 / French By Jacques Murgue)  
(Magazine / Language : Onze, Issue 15, March 1977 / French By Robert Nataf)  
(Magazine / Language : Mondial, Old Series, Issue 3, April 1977 / French)  
(Magazine / Language : World Soccer, June 1977 / English By Keir Radnedge) 
(Magazine / Language : Mondial, old series, Issue 15, April 1978 / French)  
(Magazine / Language : Mondial, old series, Issue 18, July 1978 / French By Bernard Peromet)  
(Magazine / Language : Onze, Issue 32, August 1978  / French By Robert Nataf)  
(Magazine / Language : Onze, Issue 40, April 1979 / French By Robert Nataf)  
(Magazine / Language : Mondial, old series, issue 35, October 1979 / French By Michel Diard)  
(Magazine / Language : Mondial, old series, issue 36, November 1979 / French)  
(Magazine / Language : Mondial, old series, issue 37, December 1979 / French)  
(Magazine / Language : Mondial, New series, issue 11, February 1981 / French By Francois Sorton)  
(Magazine / Language : France Football, Issue 1842, July 28, 1981 / French By Jean-Marie Lorant)  
(Magazine / Language : Onze, Issue 74, February 1982 / French By Jean-Michel Larque)  
(Magazine / Language : Mondial, new series, issue 36, March 1983 / French By Raoul Dufourcq)  
(Magazine / Language : France Football, Issue 2003, August 28, 1984 / French By Gerard Ejnes)  
(Magazine / Language : France Football, Issue 2012, October 30, 1984 / French)  
(Magazine / Language : Mondial, new series, Issue 85, April 1987 / French By Jean-Marc Estournes)  


Photo From : Onze, Issue 32, August 1978
(Dominique Bathenay upon joining Paris St. Germain in 1978)




Three interviews with Italian and Juventus goalkeeper Stefano Tacconi
 (Magazine / Language : Guerin Sportivo, April 12-18, 1989 / Italian By Maurizio Crosetti)  
(Magazine / Language : France Football, Issue 2271, October 17, 1989 / French By Karim Jbara)  
(Magazine / Language : Guerin Sportivo, September 18-24, 1991 / Italian By Carlo F. Chiesa)  

Photo From : France Football, Issue 2271, October 17, 1989
(Juventus goalkeeper Stefano Tacconi)



Fourteen interviews and profiles on Liberian George Weah
 (Magazine / Language : World Soccer, August 1990 / English By Bob Pateman) 
(Magazine / Language : France Football, Issue 2327, November 13, 1990 / French By Pierre-Marie Descamps)  
(Magazine / Language : Onze-Mondial, Issue 29, June 1991 / French By Didier Roustan)  
(Magazine / Language : France Football, Issue 2386, December 31, 1991 / French By Jean-Pierre Rivais)  
(Magazine / Language : World Soccer, January 1993/ English By Andrew Conradi) 
(Magazine / Language : France Football, Issue 2465, July 6, 1993 / French By Jean Issartel)  
(Magazine / Language : Onze-Mondial, Issue 74, March 1995 / French By Laurent Maltret and Christian Liewig)  
(Magazine / Language : France Football, Issue 2552, March 7, 1995 / French By Vincent Marchenaud)  
(Magazine / Language : France Football, Issue 2554, March 21, 1995 / French)  
(Magazine / Language : France Football, Issue 2563, May 23, 1995 / French By Christophe Larcher and Roberto Notarianni) 
(Magazine / Language : France Football, Issue 2581, September 26, 1995 / French By Roberto Notarianni)   
(Magazine / Language : Onze-Mondial, Issue 81, October 1995 / French By Thierry Hubac and Alain Gadoffre)  
(Magazine / Language : Goal, December 1996 / English By Osasu Obayiuwana) 
(Magazine / Language : Onze-Mondial, Issue 121, February 1999 / French By Thierry Hubac and Alain Gadoffre)   

Photo From : Onze-Mondial, Issue 74, March 1995
(George Weah with Liberia National team)

George Weah Interviews/Profiles

Friday, July 18, 2014

Memorable European Confrontations, Part 17-1991 Manchester United vs. Montpellier

Manchester United and Montpellier were paired in the Quarterfinals of the 1990/91 Cup Winners Cup.
The English Club Manchester United, managed by Alex Ferguson, were along with Aston Villa, the first English clubs to play in Europe after the Heysel ban in 1985.
They were led by the injury prone skipper Bryan Robson and contained players such as Irish defender Dennis Irwin, Welshmen Clayton Blackmore and Mark Hughes, Scottish forward Brian McClair and solid reliable defender Steve Bruce.
They had qualified with relative ease from their opening two Rounds. The Hungarians of Pecsi were defeated home and away (2-0 and 1-0 respectively), and Welsh squad Wrexham were also defeated home and away (3-0 and 2-0 respectively).
They were lagging behind in the League and Europe was their only chance for any silverware.

The little known French side of Montpellier was the surprise team of the Tournament.
They were a mid-table team in the League, but still contained many talented players.
The team was managed by the Polish Henryk Kasperczak and was led by skipper and rising star Laurent Blanc.
The foreigners on their books were Colombian star Carlos Valderrama, Dutchman Wilbert Suvrijn and Polish Striker Jacek Ziober.
They had surprised everyone by eliminating in the first two rounds, two recent former European Champions, the Dutch powerhouse PSV Eindhoven (1-0 Home, 0-0 away) and Romania’s Steaua Bucharest (5-0 Home, 3-0 away).

The first leg, on March 6th, was played at Manchester’ Old Trafford Stadium.
Manchester United were missing regulars in defense through injury: Steve Bruce and Dennis Irwin.

Photo From: France Football, Issue 2344, March 12, 1991
(Patrick Colleter and Clayton Blackmore) 

In their place Lee Martin and Mal Donaghy started.
International midfielder Neil Webb was also missing through injury.

Photo From: France Football, Issue 2344, March 12, 1991
(Mark Hughes between Der Zakarian and Blanc)


Montpellier were missing Carlos Valderrama and naturally adopted a defensive set up for this away match.

Photo From: France Football, Issue 2344, March 12, 1991
(Laurent Blanc and Bryan Robson) 

Manchester United scored right at the first minute. Lee Sharpe attacked from the left side, after a give and go with Hughes, he crossed for McClair to score.
Photo From: France Football, Issue 2344, March 12, 1991
(Brian McClair and Mark Hughes in front of the Montpellier goal)

Photo From: France Football, Issue 2344, March 12, 1991
(Daniel Xuereb’s late chance in front of Les Sealey)



But in the 8th minute, Ziober crossed from the left and Martin scored an own goal, even though they were no Montpellier players around him.
Photo From: France Football, Issue 2344, March 12, 1991
(Mark Hughes and Jacek Ziober)

Photo From: France Football, Issue 2346, March 26, 1991
(Pacal Baills walking off after being sent off)



In the 48th minute, Mark Hughes had an entanglement with Lemoult and as he got up, Pascal Baills pushed him and he was sent off.
Pascal Baills was sent after Mark Hughes.

Photo From: France Football, Issue 2344, March 12, 1991
(Michel Der Zakarian heading)

Manchester United did not take advantage fully of their man advantage at home despite having more chances.

Photo From: France Football, Issue 2344, March 12, 1991
(Jean-Claude Lemoult and Mark Hughes)


Daniel Xuereb nearly snatched a winner for Montpellier towards the end.
At this point it seemed Montpellier had the upper hand in the tie, with home field advantage coming up.


March 6, 1991
Manchester United Football Club (England) 1- Montpellier-Hérault Sports Club (France) 1
Cup Winners Cup- Quarterfinals, First Leg
Venue: Manchester-Old Trafford
Attendance: 41,950
Referee: Pierluigi Pairetto (Italy)
Goalscorers: (Manchester United): Brian McClair 1’
 (Montpellier): Lee Martin (own goal) 8’
Lineups:
Manchester United:
1-Les Sealey, 3-Lee Martin (12-Danny Wallace 60th), 4-Mal Donaghy (Northern Ireland), 6-Gary Pallister, 2-Clayton Blackmore (Wales), 5-Mike Phelan, 8-Paul Ince, 7-Bryan Robson, 11-Lee Sharpe, 9-Brian McClair (Scotland), 10-Mark Hughes (Wales)

Coach: Alex Ferguson (Scotland)
Booked: Bryan Robson 31st

Team Captain: Bryan Robson
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas
Shirt Sponsor: Sharp
Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, White Shorts, Black Socks

Montpellier:
1-Claude Barrabe, 2-Pascal Baills, 5-Laurent Blanc, 4-Michel Der Zakarian, 3-Franck Lucchesi, 6-Jean-Claude Lemoult, 7-Wilbert Suvrijn (Holland) (12-Regis Brouard 88th), 10-Patrick Colleter, 8-Vincent Guerin, 9-Clement Garcia (15-Daniel Xuereb 85th), 11-Jacek Ziober (Poland)

Coach: Henryk Kasperczak (Poland)
Booked: Garcia 58th, Vincent Guerin 70th
Sent Off: Pascal Baills 48th

Team Captain: Laurent Blanc
Official Kit Supplier/Designer:  Adidas
Shirt Sponsor:  Air Littoral
Uniform Colors: White Shirts, Orange Shorts, Blue Socks






The second leg, on March 19th, was played at Montpellier’s Stade La Mosson.
For Montpellier, Carlos Valderrama was back in the squad.
Defender Michel Der Zakarian was out injured; it turned out he had played most of the first leg carrying an injury. Thetis came in his place.
Brouard took the place of the suspended Baills. Vincent Guerin learned very late from a letter by UEFA that he was suspended from this match.
His booking in the first leg was the second in the competition.

Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 27, April 1991
(Team captains Laurent Blanc and Bryan Robson)

The suspensions of Baills and Guerin weakened Montpellier’s right side.
In contrast Manchester United were nearly in full strength as Irwin and Bruce were back in.

Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 27, April 1991
(Jean-Claude Lemoult between Mark Hughes and Paul Ince)

Photo From: World Soccer, April 1991
(Bryan Robson and Clayton Blackmore after the first goal)
The turning point of this match occurred in the injury time of the first half. Clayton Blackmore’s took a free kick that Claude Barrabe let slip through his hands.

Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 27, April 1991
(Claude Barrabe committing his fatal error on the first goal)


The devastated Barrabe was consoled at halftime by his Manchester counterpart Les Sealey who said ‘I’m Sorry’.
Early in the second half, Colleter fouled Blackmore in the penalty area and Bruce converted the kick.
Photo From: France Football, Issue 2346, March 26, 1991
(Clayton Blackmore and Jacek Ziober)

Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 27, April 1991
(Thetis being sent off)



Montpellier had no way back and in the entire match had two chances.
Thetis also was sent off after an altercation with Hughes.
Photo From: France Football, Issue 2346, March 26, 1991
(Mike Phelan and Patrick Colleter)

Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 27, April 1991
(Mike Phelan and Wilbert Suvrijn)



The volatile Montpellier owner Louis Nicollin was absolutely furious with Barrabe after his error and said that he better do his job properly in the League, otherwise he ‘ll return to Reunion (the island that Barrabe hailed from).



Manchester went on to the semifinals and after eliminating Legia Warsaw met Barcelona in the Final.
The triumph over Barcelona paved the way for two decades of unprecedented success under Alex Ferguson.



March 19, 1991
Montpellier-Hérault Sports Club (France) 0-Manchester United Football Club (England) 2
Cup Winners Cup- Quarterfinals, Second Leg
Venue: Montpellier-Stade La Mosson
Attendance: 23,000
Referee: Hubert Forstinger (Austria)
Goalscorers: (Montpellier): None
 (Manchester United): Clayton Blackmore 45’+4’,
    Steve Bruce (Penalty Kick) 51’

Lineups:
Montpellier:
1-Claude Barrabe, 5-Laurent Blanc, 2-Regis Brouard (15-Daniel Xuereb 57th), 4-Jean-Manuel Thetis, 3-Franck Lucchesi, 6-Jean-Claude Lemoult, 7-Wilbert Suvrijn (Holland), 8-Patrick Colleter, 10-Carlos Valderrama (Colombia), 9-Clement Garcia, 11-Jacek Ziober (Poland) (14-Patrice Garande 69th)

Coach: Henryk Kasperczak (Poland)
Booked: Wilbert Suvrijn 24th, Thetis 76th
Sent Off: Thetis 78th

Other Subs:
12-Jean-Jacques Nono
13-Franck Rizzetto
16-Phillipe Flucklinger

Team Captain: Laurent Blanc
Official Kit Supplier/Designer:  Adidas
Shirt Sponsor:  Air Littoral
Uniform Colors: White Shirts, Orange Shorts, Blue Socks


Manchester United:
1-Les Sealey, 2-Dennis Irwin (Republic of Ireland), 4-Steve Bruce,  6-Gary Pallister, 3-Clayton Blackmore (Wales), 5-Mike Phelan, 8-Paul Ince (14-Lee Martin 50th), 7-Bryan Robson, 11-Lee Sharpe, 9-Brian McClair (Scotland), 10-Mark Hughes (Wales)

Coach: Alex Ferguson (Scotland)
Booked: Bryan Robson 34th

Other subs:
12-Danny Wallace
13-Gary Walsh
15-Mal Donaghy (Northern Ireland)
16-Mark Robins

Team Captain: Bryan Robson
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas
Shirt Sponsor: Sharp

Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, White Shorts, Black Socks



Thursday, July 17, 2014

Old team Photographs-Part 24g

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(USSR squad, Top, left to right:  Aleksandr Gavrilovich Chivadze, Rinat Fayzrahmanovich Dassayev, Leonid Iosifovich Burjak, Oleg Vladimirovich Blokhin, Yuri Vladimirovich Susloparov, David Davidovich Kipiani,  Anatoli Vassilievich Demianenko Bottom, left to right: Sergey Vladimirovich Borovskiy ,  Vitali Kuhinovich Daraselia, Yuri Vassilievich Gavrilov, Tengiz Grigoriyevich Sulakvelidze  , May 5, 1981, SV Hamburg (West Germany) 2, USSR 3)
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(USSR squad, Top, left to right:  Murtaz Kalistratovich Khurtzilava, Valentin Ivanovich Afonin,  Anzor Amberkovich Kavazashvili,  Albert Alekseyevich Shesterniev, Revaz Mihaylovich Dzodzuashvili Bottom, left to right:  Anatoli Fedorovich Byshovets, Anatoli Kirillovich Puzach,  Viktor Petrovich Serebriannikov,  Nikolai Ivanovich Kiselev, Vitali Grigoriyevich Khmelnitzki, Vladimir Fedorovich Muntyan, June 10, 1970, World Cup, USSR 2-El Salvador 0)

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(USSR squad, May 18, 1966, Czechoslovakia 1-USSR 2)

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(Uruguay squad, Top, left to right: Alfonso Enrique Domínguez Maidana,  José Batlle Perdomo Texeira,  Nelson Daniel Gutiérrez Luongo, Adolfo Javier Zeoli Martinez, José Oscar Herrera Corominas,  Hugo Eduardo De León Rodriguez  Bottom, left to right: Antonio Alzamendi Casas, Ruben Sosa Ardaiz, Enzo Françescoli Uriarte, Ruben Walter Paz Márquez,  Santiago Javier Ostolaza Sosa  , July 8, 1989, Copa America, Argentina 1-Uruguay 0)

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(Sweden squad, Top, left to right:  Andreas Andersson, Roland Nilsson, Johan Mjällby, Joachim Björklund, Magnus Hedman Bottom, left to right: Jörgen Pettersson,  Fredrik Ljungberg,  Henrik Larsson, Pontus Kåmark,  Patrik Andersson, Stefan Schwarz , September 5, 1998, World Cup Qualifier, Sweden 2-England 1)


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(Sweden squad, Top, left to right: Mats Magnusson, Mats Gren, Klas Ingesson, Roger Ljung,  Peter Larsson,  Thomas Ravelli  Bottom, left to right: Johnny Ekström,  Roland Nilsson, Jonas Thern,  Glenn Hysén,  Anders Limpar , October 8, 1989, World Cup Qualifier, Sweden 3-Albania 1)

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(Spain squad, Top, left to right: ‘Julen Guerrero’ Lopez, Fernando Ruiz Hierro, Juan Antonio ‘Pizzi’ Torroija,  Jose Santiago ‘Canizares’ Ruiz, ‘Abelardo’ Fernandez Antuna,  Rafael ‘Alkorta’ Martinez   Bottom, left to right:  Jesus Javier ‘Manjarin’ Pereda,  ‘Sergi’ Barjuan Esclusa, Albert ‘Ferrer’ Llopis, ‘Donato’ Gama da Silva, ‘Luis Enrique’  Martinez Garcia, February 27, 1996, Spain 1-Norway 0)

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(Spain squad, Top, left to right:   Santiago ‘Urquiaga’ Perez,  Jose Ramon ‘Alexanco’ Ventosa, Luis Maria ‘Arconada’ Echarri,  Agustin ‘Guisasola’ Zabala, Rafael ‘Gordillo’ Vazquez,  Miguel ‘Migueli’ Bernardo BianquettiBottom, left to right: Daniel ‘Dani Ruiz’ Bazan Justa,  Juan ‘Juanito‘Gomez Gonzalez,  Enrique ‘Saura’ Gil, Jesus Maria ‘Satrustegui’ Azpiroz, Francisco Javier Alvarez ‘Uria’  , March 26, 1980, Spain 0-England 2)

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(Scotland squad, Top, left to right:  Thomas Valley ‘Tosh’ McKinlay,  Colin Calderwood,  Craig William Burley, James Leighton, Edward Colin James 'Colin' Hendry Bottom, left to right:  Darren Jackson,  John Angus Paul Collins, Kevin William Gallacher,  Gary McAllister, Thomas Boyd,  Paul Lambert , April 30, 1997, World Cup Qualifier, Sweden 2-Scotland 1)

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(Scotland squad, Top, left to right: David Harvey ,  James Allan Holton,  Joseph Jordan  , Daniel Fergus McGrain,  John Henderson Blackley  Bottom, left to right:  Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish,  William Pullar ‘Sandy’ Jardine,  Peter Patrick Lorimer  ,  William John Bremner,  David Hay, Denis Law, June 14, 1974, World Cup, Scotland 2-Zaire 0)

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(Germany squad, Top, left to right:  Jürgen Klinsmann,  Thomas Helmer, Jürgen Kohler, Guido Buchwald, Stefan Effenberg, Andreas KöpkeBottom, left to right:   Thomas Häßler, Ulf Kirsten, Andreas Möller, Andreas Brehme,    Lothar Herbert Matthäus, December 15, 1993, Argentina 2- Germany 1)

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(West Germany squad, Top, left to right:  Ulrich Stielike, Harald Anton ‘Toni’ Schumacher,  Bernd Schuster, Rudi Bommer,  Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler, Matthias Herget Bottom, left to right: Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Wolfgang Dremmler, Andreas Brehme, Lothar Herbert Matthäus,  Karlheinz Förster , February 29, 1984, Belgium 0-West Germany 1)


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(West Germany squad, Top, left to right:  Franz Beckenbauer,  Josef ‘Sepp’ Maier,  Bernhard Cullmann,  Georg Schwarzenbeck, Herbert Wimmer, Dieter Herzog, Jurgen Grabowski, Gerhard ‘Gerd’ Müller, Hans-Hubert ‘Berti’ Vogts, Paul Breitner, Ulrich ‘Uli” Hoeness , March 27, 1974, West Germany 2-Scotland 1)

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(Portugal squad, Top, left to right: Paulo Manuel Carvalho Sousa, Vitor Manuel Martins Baia, Fernando Manuel Silva Couto,  Carlos Alberto Oliveira Secretario, Dimas Manuel Marques Texeira, Rui Manuel Cesar Costa   Bottom, left to right: Sergio Paulo Marceneiro Conceicao, João Paulo Maio Santos ‘Paulinho Santos’, Joao Manuel Vieira Pinto,  Luis Filipe Madeira Caeiro Figo, Oceano Andrade da Cruz  , March 29, 1997, World Cup Qualifier, Northern Ireland 0-Portugal 0)

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(Italy squad, Top, left to right:  Paolo Maldini, Pierluigi Casiraghi, Mauro Tassotti,  Dino Baggio, Gianluca Pagliuca Bottom, left to right: Alessandro Costacurta, Diego Fuser, Roberto Baggio, Giuseppe Signori, Demetrio Albertini, Pietro Vierchowod , February 24, 1993, World Cup Qualifier, Portugal 1-Italy 3)


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(Italy squad, Top, left to right: Walter Zenga, Alessandro Altobelli, Giuseppe Bergomi, Fernando de Napoli,  Roberto Tricella, Ricardo Ferri Bottom, left to right:  Sebastiano Nela,  Gianluca Vialli, Giuseppe Dossena, Roberto Mancini,  Giuseppe Giannini  , April 18, 1987, West Germany 0-Italy 0)

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(Italy squad, Top, left to right: Franco Causio, Giancarlo Antognoni,  Marco Tardelli,  Claudio Gentile, Roberto Bettega, Francesco Graziani,  Dino Zoff,   Roberto Mozzini, Renato Zaccarelli,  Romeo Benetti, Giacinto Facchetti, October 8, 1977, West Germany 2-Italy 1)

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(Italy squad, Top, left to right: Sandro Salvadore, Giorgio Puia,  Giacinto Facchetti, Dino Zoff,  Luigi Riva Bottom, left to right: Luciano Chiarugi, Alessandro Mazzola, Giancarlo De Sisti, Pierluigi Cera,  Angelo Domenghini, Tarcisio Burgnich , November 22, 1969, World Cup Qualifier, Italy 3-East Germany 0)


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(Holland squad, Top, left to right:  Stanislaus Henricus Christina ‘Stan’ Valckx, Ronald Koeman, Richard Pieter Witschge,  Marcel ‘Marco’ van Basten, Rudi Dil ‘Ruud’ Gullit, Johannes Franciscus ‘Hans’ van BreukelenBottom, left to right: Dirk Franciscus ‘Danny’ Blind, Jan Jacobus Wouters, Aron Mohamed Winter,  Johannes Paulus ‘Hans’ Gillhaus,  Franciscus ‘Frank’ de Boer, September 26, 1990, Italy 1-Holland 0)

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(Holland squad, Top, left to right:  Pieter ‘Piet’ Wildschut ,  Maarten Cornelis ‘Martin’ Jol, Ronald Spelbos, Ernestus Wilhelmus Johannes ‘Ernie’ Brandts,  Johannes Franciscus ‘Hans’ van Breukelen,  Huibertus Johannes Nicolaas ‘Ben’ Wijnstekers Bottom, left to right:  Johannes Wilhelmus ‘Jan’ Peters,  Antonius Wilhelmus Maltheus Theodora ‘Toine’ van Mierlo, Wilhelmus Antonius ‘Willy’ van de Kerkhof ,  Joris Gerardus Maria ‘Jos’ Jonker,  Petrus Heinrich Gerardus ‘Pierre’ Vermeulen, October 11, 1980, Holland 1-West Germany 1)

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(Holland squad, Top, left to right: Jan van Beveren, Theodorus Jacobus ‘Theo’ De Jong,  Derk ‘Dick’ Schneider, Adriaan ‘Aad’ Mansveld, Rudolf Jozef ‘Ruud’ Krol, Bernardus Adriaan ‘Barry’ Hulshoff Bottom, left to right: Peter Johannes ‘Piet’ Keizer,  Theodorus Hermanus Johannes Maris ‘Theo’ Pahplatz,   Hendrik Johannes ‘Johan’ Cruijff  ,  Johannes Jacobus ‘Johan’ Neeskens,  Willem ‘Wim’ van Hanegem  , November 1, 1972, World Cup Qualifier, Holland 9-Norway  0)


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(Holland squad, Top, left to right:  Gerardus Jacobus Alphonsus ‘Fons’ van Wissen, Johannes Hendrikus ‘Hans’ Kraay,  Eduard Laurens ‘Eddy’ Pieters Graafland ,  Augustinus Wilhelmus ‘Guus’ Haak, Cor Pleun Veldhoen, Daniel Christiaan ‘Daan’ SchrijversBottom, left to right: Bernardus ‘Bennie’ Muller, Gerardus Maria Catherina Henricus ‘Pummy’ Bergholtz, Pieter ‘Piet’ Kruiver,  Klaas Nuninga, Lambertus Sibilla Winandus ‘Lambert’ Verdonk, May 25, 1964, World Cup Qualifier, Holland 2-Albania 0)

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(France squad, Top, left to right: Francis Camerini, Roger Lemerre, Georges Carnus, Jacques Novi, Jean Djorkaeff, Bernard Bosquier Bottom, left to right:  Georges Lech, Henri Michel,  Hervé Revelli, Fleury Di Nallo, Georges Bereta , April 24, 1971, EC Qualifier, Hungary 1-France 1)

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(Barcelona squad, Top, left to right:  Javier Urruticoechea, Jose Sanchez, Bernd Schuster, Jose Ramon Alexanco, Julio Alberto, Migueli Bottom, left to right: Pericho Alonso, Marcos Alonso, Urbano Ortega, Victor Munoz, Francisco Carrasco , January 26, 1983, UEFA Super Cup, Second Leg, Aston Villa 3-Barcelona 0)