Sunday, June 23, 2024

 This is the 128th episode of my podcast with Mr. Paul Whittle of https://the1888letter.com/, @1888letter.

 

For this episode, we interview English Author and Podcaster Mr. Rocco Dean, discussing his book ‘The Sons of Revie: Leeds United's Decade of Dominance.’ (2024).

 

In addition to the book, we will discuss, Mr. Dean is the Author of many Leeds United related books, such as  

Marcelo Bielsa vs The Damned United: The Extraordinary Story of a Club Reborn (2021)

The O'Leary Years: Football's Greatest Boom and Bust (2022)

League One Leeds: A Journey Through the Abyss (2022)

Marcelo Bielsa v The Premier League: Living, Loving and Losing Bielsaball (2023).

 

He is also a presenter on Leeds United related podcast, ‘Leeds, That!’ @LeedsThat.

 

 

For any questions/comments, you may contact us:

You may also contact me on this blog, on twitter @sp1873 and on facebook under Soccernostalgia.

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Mr. Paul Whittle, @1888letter on twitter and https://the1888letter.com/contact/

https://linktr.ee/BeforeThePremierLeague

 

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Please leave a review, rate and subscribe if you like the podcast.

Mr. Dean’s contact info:

Twitter: @roclufc

Twitter: @leedsthat

Link to Mr. O’Dean’s books:

https://www.amazon.com/Sons-Revie-Uniteds-Decade-Dominance-ebook/dp/B0CZ4NZJ9G?ref_=ast_author_dp

https://www.amazon.com/League-One-Leeds-Journey-Through-ebook/dp/B0CRHFSLNJ?ref_=ast_author_dp

https://www.amazon.com/Marcelo-Bielsa-Premier-League-Bielsaball-ebook/dp/B0CD2Q1LFJ?ref_=ast_author_dp

https://www.pitchpublishing.co.uk/shop/marcelo-bielsa-vs-damned-united

https://www.amazon.com/OLeary-Years-Footballs-Greatest-Boom-ebook/dp/B09P4B861C?ref_=ast_author_dp

https://www.pitchpublishing.co.uk/shop/oleary-years

https://www.amazon.com/Marcelo-Bielsa-Damned-United-Extraordinary-ebook/dp/B09LRDZBTX?ref_=ast_author_dp

 

Listen on Spotify / Apple Podcasts:

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https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/soccernostalgia-talk-podcast/id1601074369?i=1000659953097















Sunday, June 16, 2024

Soccernostalgia Talk Podcast-Episode 127 (Interview with Dutch Football fan Mr. Christian Klein as we discuss Ajax Amsterdam during the Louis Van Gaal era (1991-1997).

 This is the 127th episode of my podcast with Mr. Paul Whittle of https://the1888letter.com/, @1888letter.

 

For this episode, we interview Dutch Football fan Mr. Christian Klein as we discuss Ajax Amsterdam during the Louis Van Gaal era (1991-1997).

 

For any questions/comments, you may contact us:

You may also contact me on this blog, on twitter @sp1873 and on facebook under Soccernostalgia.

https://linktr.ee/sp1873

 

Mr. Paul Whittle, @1888letter on twitter and https://the1888letter.com/contact/

https://linktr.ee/BeforeThePremierLeague

 

You may also follow the podcast on spotify and now on Google and Apple podcasts all under ‘Soccernostalgia Talk Podcast’

Please leave a review, rate and subscribe if you like the podcast.


 

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Thursday, June 13, 2024

Compendium to The Soccernostalgia Interview- Part 90-Matches of Real Madrid in the UEFA Cup, 1984/85 season.

Real Madrid Matches during the UEFA Cup, 1984/85 Season:


September 19, 1984, Madrid, UEFA Cup, Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Spain) 5- Sparkasse Swarovski Wacker Innsbruck (Austria) 0 (Míchel 2, 58, Carlos Santillana 6, Juanito 51 pen, Emilio Butragueño 54)

October 3, 1984, Innsbruck, UEFA Cup, Sparkasse Swarovski Wacker Innsbruck (Austria) 2-Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Spain) 0 (Alfred Roscher 20, 64)

 

October 24, 1984, Rijeka, UEFA Cup, Nogometni Klub Rijeka (Yugoslavia) 3Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Spain) 1 (Adriano Fegić 39, 58, Danko Matrljan 40 / Isidro 81)

November 7, 1984, Madrid, UEFA Cup, Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Spain) 3- Nogometni Klub Rijeka (Yugoslavia) 0 (Juanito 67 pen, Carlos Santillana 79. Jorge Valdano 82)

 

November 28, 1984, London, UEFA Cup, Royal Sporting Club Anderlecht (Belgium) 3Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Spain) 0 (Erwin vandenbergh 66, Alex Czerniatisnki 68, Frank Vercauteren 85pen)

December 7, 1984, Madrid, UEFA Cup, Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Spain) 6-Royal Sporting Club Anderlecht (Belgium) 1 (Manuel Sanchis 3, Emilio Butragueno 16,47,50, Jorge Valdano 29, 39 / Per Frimann 34)

 

March 6, 1985, London, UEFA Cup, Tottenham Hotspur Football Club -London (England) 0- Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Spain) 1 (Own Goal (Steve Perryman) 15)

March 20, 1985, Madrid, UEFA Cup, Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Spain) 0- Tottenham Hotspur Football Club -London (England) 0 (-)

 

April 10, 1985, Milan, UEFA Cup, Internazionale Football Club- Milano (Italy) 2- Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Spain) 0 (Liam Brady 25 pen, Alessandro Altobelli 57)

April 24, 1985, Madrid, UEFA Cup, Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Spain) 3- Internazionale Football Club- Milano (Italy) 0 (Carlos Santillana 12, 42, Míchel 57)

 

May 8, 1985, Székesfehérvár, UEFA Cup, Videoton Sport Club- Székesfehérvári (Hungary) 0- Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Spain) 3 (Míchel 31, Carlos Santillana 77, Jorge Valdano 89)

May 22, 1985, Madrid, UEFA Cup, Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Spain) 0- Videoton Sport Club- Székesfehérvári (Hungary) 1 (Lajos Májer 86)

 

 

UEFA Cup 1984/85

 

Date: September 19, 1984

Competition: UEFA Cup- First Round, First Leg

Result: Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Spain) 5- Sparkasse Swarovski Wacker Innsbruck (Austria) 0

Venue: Madrid-Estadio Santiago Bernabéu

Attendance: 55,000

Referee: Siegfried Kirschen (East Germany)

Linesmen: -

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Real Madrid): Míchel 2, 58, Carlos Santillana 6, Juanito 51 pen, Emilio Butragueño 54

(Wacker Innsbruck): None

Summary of goals:

1:0 (2nd minute, Real Madrid): Michel scored from the left side from a narrow angle.

2:0 (6th minute, Real Madrid): A cross (or free kick) from the right was headed in by Santillana.

3:0 (51st minute, Real Madrid): Steinlechner fouled in the box. Juanito scored from the ensuing penalty kick.

4:0 (54th minute, Real Madrid): A cross from the right was knocked in by Michel.

5:0 (58th minute, Real Madrid): A cross from the right was knocked in by Butragueno.

Lineups:

Real Madrid:

Miguel Ángel, José Antonio Camacho, Paco Bonet, Chendo, Juan Lozano, San José, Uli Stielike (West Germany), Míchel, Emilio Butragueño (Ricardo Gallego 72), Juanito, Carlos Santillana (Isidro 40)

 

Coach: ‘Amancio’ Amaro Varela 

 

Team Captain: Carlos Santillana  

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Shirt Sponsor: Zanussi

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, White Shorts, White Socks

 

Wacker Innsbruck:

Hermann Steinlechner, Hugo Hovenkamp (Holland), Zoltán Kereki (Hungary), Michael Streiter, Robert Auer, Andreas Gretschnig, Manfred Linzmaier, Arnold Koreimann, Andreas Spielmann (Ewald Gröss74), Gert Jørgensen (Wolfgang Hupfauf 61), Alfred Roscher

 

Coach: Cor Brom (Holland)

 

Team Captain: -

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: -

Shirt Sponsor: -

Uniform Colors: Green (black sleeves) Shirts, Black Shorts, Green Socks







Date: October 3, 1984

Competition: UEFA Cup- First Round, Second Leg

Result: Sparkasse Swarovski Wacker Innsbruck (Austria) 2-Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Spain) 0

Venue: Innsbruck-Tivoli

Attendance: 4,500

Referee: László Pádár (Hungary)

Linesmen: -

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Wacker Innsbruck): Alfred Roscher 20, 64

(Real Madrid): None

Summary of goals:

1:0 (20th minute, Wacker Innsbruck): A cross from the right side was knocked in by Roscher.

2:0 (64th minute, Wacker Innsbruck): A free kick from the right side was headed in by Roscher.

Lineups:

Wacker Innsbruck:

Hermann Steinlechner, Hugo Hovenkamp (Holland), Zoltán Kereki (Hungary), Michael Streiter, Robert Auer, Andreas Gretschnig, Manfred Linzmaier, Arnold Koreimann, Ewald Gröss, Gert Jørgensen, Alfred Roscher

 

Coach: Cor Brom (Holland)

 

Team Captain: -

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: -

Shirt Sponsor: -

Uniform Colors: Green (black sleeves) Shirts, Black Shorts, Green Socks

 

 

Real Madrid:

Miguel Ángel, José Antonio Camacho, Fraile, Chendo, Manuel Sanchís, Juan Lozano (Isidro 46), Rafael Martín Vázquez, San José, Uli Stielike (West Germany), Emilio Butragueño, Jorge Valdano (Argentina) (Pineda 46)

 

Coach: ‘Amancio’ Amaro Varela 

 

Team Captain: José Antonio Camacho

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Shirt Sponsor: Zanussi

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, White Shorts, White Socks

 




Date: October 24, 1984

Competition: UEFA Cup- Second Round, First Leg

Result: Nogometni Klub Rijeka (Yugoslavia) 3Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Spain) 1

Venue: Rijeka-Kantrida

Attendance: 25,000

Referee: Keith Hackett (England)

Linesmen: -

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Rijeka): Adriano Fegić 39, 58, Danko Matrljan 40

(Real Madrid): Isidro 81

Summary of goals:

1:0 (39th minute, Rijeka): Adriano Fegić shot from the left side into the top corner.

2:0 (40th minute, Rijeka): A header from the left side reached Danko Matrljan who volleyed.

3:0 (58th minute, Rijeka): Adriano Fegić scored with a long-range shot from outside of the box.

3:1 (81st minute, Real Madrid): A pass from the middle, sent Isidro through on the left and he struck.

Lineups:

Rijeka:

1-Mauro Ravnić, 3-Miloš Hrstić, 4-Srećko Juričić, 6-Borče Sredojević, 5-Boris Tičić, 8-Nenad Gračan (13-Davor Radmanović 16), 7-Dušan Stevanović, 11-Damir Desnica, 10-Adriano Fegić, 2-Nebojsa Malbasa (16-Nenad Milenković 64), 9-Danko Matrljan

 

Coach: Josip Skoblar

Other Substitutes:

12-Savic, 14-Kahkovic, 15-Zrilic

 

Team Captain: Srećko Juričić

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Shirt Sponsor: None

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, White Shorts, White Socks

 

Real Madrid:

1-Miguel Ángel, 2-Chendo, 3-José Antonio Camacho, 4-Uli Stielike (West Germany), 5-Fraile, 6-San José, 7-Manuel Sanchís, 8-Ricardo Gallego (15-Rafael Martín Vázquez 68), 9-Pineda (16-Isidro 75), 10-Juan Lozano, 11-Emilio Butragueño

 

Coach: ‘Amancio’ Amaro Varela 

Other Substitutes:

12-Salguero, 13-Augustin, 14-Angel

 

Team Captain: José Antonio Camacho

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Shirt Sponsor: Zanussi

Uniform Colors: Purple Shirts, Purple Shorts, Purple Socks

 

 

 




Date: November 7, 1984

Competition: UEFA Cup- Second Round, Second Leg

Result: Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Spain) 3-Nogometni Klub Rijeka (Yugoslavia) 0

Venue: Madrid-Estadio Santiago Bernabéu

Attendance: 55,000

Referee: Roger Schoeters (Belgium)

Linesmen: -

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Real Madrid): Juanito 67 pen, Carlos Santillana 79. Jorge Valdano 82

(Rijeka): None

Summary of goals:

1:0 (67th minute, Real Madrid): Juanito scored with a penalty kick.

2:0 (79th minute, Real Madrid): A cross from the left side was knocked in by Santillana.

3:0 (82nd minute, Real Madrid): A shot from the edge of the box, deflected off a defender, Valdano knocked in the rebound from close range.

Lineups:

Real Madrid:

Miguel Ángel, José Antonio Camacho, Fraile (Manuel Sanchís 60), Chendo, Juan Lozano (Emilio Butragueño 60), San José, Uli Stielike (West Germany), Míchel, Juanito, Carlos Santillana, Jorge Valdano (Argentina)

 

Coach: ‘Amancio’ Amaro Varela 

 

Team Captain: Carlos Santillana  

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Shirt Sponsor: Zanussi

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, White Shorts, White Socks

 

Rijeka:

Mauro Ravnić, Miloš Hrstić, Srećko Juričić, Nenad Milenković, Borče Sredojević, Boris Tičić, Nenad Gračan, Dušan Stevanović (Zoran Šestan 37), Damir Desnica, Adriano Fegić, Danko Matrljan (Davor Radmanović 73)

 

Coach: Josip Skoblar

Sent-Off: Nenad Milenković 34, Damir Desnica 75, Boris Tičić 89

 

Team Captain: -

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: -

Shirt Sponsor: -

Uniform Colors: Dark Blue Shirts, Dark Blue Shorts, Dark Blue Socks

 





Date: November 28, 1984

Competition: UEFA Cup- Third Round, First Leg

Result: Royal Sporting Club Anderlecht (Belgium) 3Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Spain) 0

Venue: Brussels-Parc Astrid

Attendance: 41,000

Referee: Volker Roth (West Germany)

Linesmen: -

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Anderlecht): Erwin vandenbergh 66, Alex Czerniatisnki 68, Frank Vercauteren 85pen

(Real Madrid): None

Summary of goals:

1:0 (66th minute, Anderlecht): Per Frimann after a one-two with Scifo at the center sent vandenbergh through and he beat Miguel Angel with a low shot.

2:0 (68th minute, Anderlecht): after a quick counter-attack, the ball reached Vercauteren on the left side side touchline who sent in a cross in the goalmouth for Alex Czerniatisnki to head home.

3:0 (85th minute, Anderlecht):  Chendo fouled Alex Czerniatisnki in the box. Vercautern scored from the ensuing penalty kick.

Lineups:

Anderlecht:

1-Jacques Munaron, 3-Georges Grun, 10-Morten Olsen (Denmark), 2-Luka Peruzovic (Yugoslavia), 5-Michel De Groote, 7-Frank Arnesen (Denmark) (15-Per Frimann (Denmark) 59), 4-Enzo Scifo, 8-Wim Hofkens (Holland) (14-Walter De Greef 78), 6-Frank Vercauteren, 9-Erwin vandenbergh, 11-Alex Czerniatisnki

 

Coach: Paul van Himst

Booked: Alex Czerniatisnki 68

 

Team Captain: Frank Vercauteren

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Shirt Sponsor: Generale Bank

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, White Shorts, White Socks

 

Real Madrid:

1-Miguel Angel, 2-Miguel Chendo, 5-Fraile, 4-Uli Stielieke (West Germany), 3- José Antonio Camacho, 10-Michel, 6-Ricardo Gallego, 7-Manuel Sanchis, 8-Rafael Martin Vazquez (14-San José 46), 11-Jorge Valdano (Argentina) (16-Emilio Butragueno 75), 9-Carlos Santillana

 

Coach: ‘Amancio’ Amaro Varela 

Booked: Miguel Chendo 27, Fraile 54, Michel 89

 

Team Captain: Carlos Santillana

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Shirt Sponsor: Zanussi

Uniform Colors: Purple Shirts, Purple Shorts, Purple Socks

Note:

1-For more detail, see:

http://soccernostalgia.blogspot.com/2014/04/memorable-european-confrontations-part.html

 




 

Date: December 7, 1984

Competition: UEFA Cup- Third Round, Second Leg

Result: Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Spain) 6-Royal Sporting Club Anderlecht (Belgium) 1

Venue: Madrid-Estadio Santiago Bernabéu

Attendance: 85,000

Referee: Michel Vautrot (France)

Linesmen: -

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Real Madrid): Manuel Sanchis 3, Emilio Butragueno 16,47,50, Jorge Valdano 29, 39

(Anderlecht): Per Frimann 34

Summary of goals:

1:0 (3rd minute, Real Madrid): A free kick from the right by Lozano was headed in by Sanchis.

2:0 (16th minute, Real Madrid): Emilio Butragueno headed in a cross from Valdano from the right side.

3:0 (29h minute, Real Madrid): Gallego sent Emilio Butragueno clear on the right side who immediately passed across for Valdano to stab home in an empty net.

3:1 (34th minute, Anderlecht): A cross from the left was touched back by Camacho, Frimann knocked in the loose ball.

4:1 (39th minute, Real Madrid): Gallego sent Butragueno clear on the right and he crossed for Valdano to score.

5:1 (47th minute, Real Madrid): Camacho crossed from the left that was pushed back by the Anderlecht defense into the path of Butragueno who scored.

6:1 (50th minute, Real Madrid): A cross from the left reached Butragueno who after a scramble scored.

Lineups:

Real Madrid:

1-Miguel Angel, 5-San Jose, 4-Uli Stielieke (West Germany), 3- José Antonio Camacho, 2-Michel (14-Jose Salguero 55), 6-Ricardo Gallego, 7-Manuel Sanchis, 10-Juan Lozano (15-Rafael Martin Vazquez 73), 11-Jorge Valdano (Argentina), 8-Emilio Butragueno, 9-Carlos Santillana

 

Coach: ‘Amancio’ Amaro Varela 

Booked: Michel 5, Juan Lozano 7

 

Team Captain: Carlos Santillana

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Shirt Sponsor: Zanussi

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, White Shorts, White Socks

 

Anderlecht:

1-Jacques Munaron, 3-Georges Grun, 10-Morten Olsen (Denmark), 2-Luka Peruzovic (Yugoslavia), 5-Michel De Groote (15-Arnor Gudjohnsen 53), 8-Wim Hofkens (Holland) (13-Henrik Andersen (Denmark) 83), 9-Frank Arnesen (Denmark), 7-Per Frimann (Denmark), 4-Enzo Scifo, 6-Frank Vercauteren, 11-Alex Czerniatisnki

 

Coach: Paul van Himst

Booked: Alex Czerniatisnki 68 (to be verified)

 

Team Captain: Frank Vercauteren

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Shirt Sponsor: Generale Bank

Uniform Colors: Purple Shirts, Purple Shorts, Purple Socks

 

Team Captain: Frank Vercauteren

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Shirt Sponsor: Generale Bank

Uniform Colors: Purple Shirts, Purple Shorts, Purple Socks







 

Date: March 6, 1985

Competition: UEFA Cup- Quarterfinals, First Leg

Result: Tottenham Hotspur Football Club -London (England) 0- Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Spain) 1

Venue: London -White Hart Lane

Attendance: 39,914

Referee: Paolo Casarin (Italy)

Linesmen: -

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Tottenham): None

(Real Madrid): Own Goal (Steve Perryman) 15

Summary of goals:

0:1 (15th minute, Real Madrid): Butragueno’s cross from the right side was deflected into his own net by Perryman.

Lineups:

Tottenham Hotspur:

Ray Clemence, Chris Hughton (Republic of Ireland), Paul Miller (Ally Dick 82), Gary Andrew Stevens, Tony Galvin (Republic of Ireland), Micky Hazard, Glenn Hoddle, Steve Perryman, Mark Falco, John Chiedozie (Gary Brooke 62), Garth Crooks

 

Coach: Peter Shreeves

 

Team Captain: Steve Perryman

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Le Coq Sportif

Shirt Sponsor: Holsten

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, White Shorts, White Socks

 

Real Madrid:

Miguel Ángel, José Antonio Camacho, Salguero, Chendo, Manuel Sanchís, Ángel, Ricardo Gallego, Uli Stielike (West Germany), Míchel, Emilio Butragueño (Juanito 81), Jorge Valdano (Argentina) (Carlos Santillana 88)

 

Coach: ‘Amancio’ Amaro Varela 

 

Team Captain: José Antonio Camacho

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Shirt Sponsor: Zanussi

Uniform Colors: Purple Shirts, Purple Shorts, Purple Socks


Photo From: Kepes Sport 1985

(Manuel Sanchis, March 6, 1985, UEFA Cup, Tottenham Hotspur 0-Real Madrid 1)



Photo From: Kepes Sport 1985

(Real Madrid squad, March 6, 1985, UEFA Cup, Tottenham Hotspur 0-Real Madrid 1)







 

Date: March 20, 1985

Competition: UEFA Cup- Quarterfinals, Second Leg

Result: Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Spain) 0-Tottenham Hotspur Football Club -London (England) 0

Venue: Madrid-Estadio Santiago Bernabéu

Attendance: 95,000

Referee: Bruno Galler (Switzerland)

Linesmen: -

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Real Madrid): None

(Tottenham): None

Summary of goals:

-

Lineups:

Real Madrid:

Miguel Ángel, José Antonio Camacho, Salguero, Chendo, Manuel Sanchís, Ángel, Ricardo Gallego, Míchel, Emilio Butragueño (Juan Lozano 90), Pineda (San José 88), Jorge Valdano (Argentina)

 

Coach: ‘Amancio’ Amaro Varela 

 

Team Captain: José Antonio Camacho

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Shirt Sponsor: Zanussi

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, White Shorts, White Socks

 

Tottenham Hotspur:

Ray Clemence, Chris Hughton (Republic of Ireland), Paul Miller, Graham Roberts, Gary Andrew Stevens, Tony Galvin (Republic of Ireland) (Ally Dick 83), Micky Hazard, Glenn Hoddle, Steve Perryman, Garth Crooks (Gary Brooke 70), Mark Falco

 

Coach: Peter Shreeves

Sent-Off: Steve Perryman 79

 

Team Captain: Steve Perryman

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Le Coq Sportif

Shirt Sponsor: Holsten

Uniform Colors: Light Blue Shirts, Light Blue Shorts, Light Blue Socks

 




Date: April 10, 1985

Competition: UEFA Cup- Semifinals, First Leg

Result: Internazionale Football Club- Milano (Italy) 2- Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Spain) 0

Venue: Milano -Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, San Siro

Attendance: 75,521

Referee: Franz Wöhrer (Austria)

Linesmen: -

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Inter): Liam Brady 25 pen, Alessandro Altobelli 57

(Real Madrid): None

Summary of goals:

1:0 (25th minute, Inter): Altobelli was fouled by sanchis. Brady scored from the ensuing penalty kick.

2:0 (57th minute, Inter): From the middle, Rummenigge sent Altobelli through who advanced to score.

Lineups:

Internazionale Milano:

1-Walter Zenga, 6-Giuseppe Baresi, 2-Giuseppe Bergomi, 3-Andrea Mandorlini, 4-Giancarlo Pasinato (Franco Causio 85), 5-Giampiero Marini, 7-Enrico Cucchi, 8-Antonio Sabato, 10-Liam Brady (Republic of Ireland), 9-Alessandro Altobelli, 11-Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (West Germany)

 

Coach: Ilario Castagner

Booked: Giampiero Marini

 

Team Captain: Alessandro Altobelli

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Mecsport

Shirt Sponsor: Misura

Uniform Colors: Blue/Black vertically striped shirts Shirts, Black Shorts, Black Socks

 

Real Madrid:

1-Miguel Ángel, 3-José Antonio Camacho, 6-Isidro, 4-Salguero, 2-Chendo (San José 66), 5-Manuel Sanchís, 8-Ricardo Gallego, 10-Juan Lozano, 7-Rafael Martín Vázquez (Juanito 70), 9-Emilio Butragueño, 11-Jorge Valdano (Argentina)

 

Coach: ‘Amancio’ Amaro Varela 

Booked: Manuel Sanchís, Isidro

 

Team Captain: Calos Santillana

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Shirt Sponsor: Zanussi

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, White Shorts, White Socks

Photo From: Guerin Sportivo, No 16 (536), April 17-23, 1985

(April 10, 1985, UEFA Cup, Internazionale Milano 2-Real Madrid 0)



Photo From: Guerin Sportivo, No 16 (536), April 17-23, 1985

(April 10, 1985, UEFA Cup, Internazionale Milano 2-Real Madrid 0)


 




Date: April 24, 1985

Competition: UEFA Cup- Semifinals, Second Leg

Result: Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Spain) 3-Internazionale Football Club- Milano (Italy) 0

Venue: Madrid-Estadio Santiago Bernabéu

Attendance: 90,200

Referee: Bob Valentine (Scotland)

Linesmen: -

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Real Madrid): Carlos Santillana 12, 42, Míchel 57

(Inter): None

Summary of goals:

1:0 (12th minute, Real Madrid): Chendo’s cross from the left was headed down and leading to a scramble and Santillana knocked in.

1:0 (42nd minute, Real Madrid): A cross from the right side was headed in by Santillana.

3:0 (57th minute, Real Madrid): Michel shot from the edge of the box on the left side.

Lineups:

Real Madrid:

Miguel Ángel, José Antonio Camacho, Salguero (Fraile 26) (Juanito 76), Chendo, Ricardo Gallego, San José, Uli Stielike (West Germany), Míchel, Pineda, Carlos Santillana, Jorge Valdano (Argentina)

 

Coach: Luis Molowny

 

Team Captain: Calos Santillana

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Shirt Sponsor: Zanussi

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, White Shorts, White Socks

 

Internazionale Milano:

Walter Zenga, Giuseppe Baresi, Giuseppe Bergomi (Giancarlo Pasinato 38)( Franco Causio 80), Graziano Bini, Fulvio Collovati, Liam Brady (Republic of Ireland), Enrico Cucchi, Andrea Mandorlini, Antonio Sabato, Alessandro Altobelli, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (West Germany)

 

Coach: Ilario Castagner

 

Team Captain: Alessandro Altobelli

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Mecsport

Shirt Sponsor: Misura

Uniform Colors: Blue/Black vertically striped shirts Shirts, Black Shorts, Black Socks

 

Photo From: Guerin Sportivo, No 18 (538), May 1-7, 1985

(April 24, 1985, UEFA Cup, Real Madrid 3- Internazionale Milano 0)



Photo From: Guerin Sportivo, No 18 (538), May 1-7, 1985

(April 24, 1985, UEFA Cup, Real Madrid 3- Internazionale Milano 0)



Photo From: Guerin Sportivo, No 18 (538), May 1-7, 1985

(April 24, 1985, UEFA Cup, Real Madrid 3- Internazionale Milano 0)






Date: May 8, 1985

Competition: UEFA Cup- Final, First Leg

Result: Videoton Sport Club- Székesfehérvári (Hungary) 0- Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Spain) 3

Venue: Székesfehérvár, Sóstói stadion

Attendance: 30,000

Referee: Michel Vautrot (France)

Linesmen: -

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Videoton): None

(Real Madrid): Míchel 31, Carlos Santillana 77, Jorge Valdano 89

Summary of goals:

0:1 (31st minute, Real Madrid): From the middle, Gallego lobbed a ball to the left side and Michel Volleyed.

0:2 (77th minute, Real Madrid): Michel’s cross from the left side was headed in by Santillana.

0:3 (89th minute, Real Madrid): Michel’s pass from the left side was knocked in by Valdano.

Lineups:

Videoton:

Péter Disztl, István Borsányi, László Disztl, József Csuhay, Gábor Horváth, István Palkovics, Tibor Végh, Géza Wittmann, Imre Vadász, György Novath (László Gyenti 62), Gyõzõ Burcsa

 

Coach: Ferenc Kovács 

 

Team Captain: Tibor Végh

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Shirt Sponsor: None

Uniform Colors: Half Red/ Half Blue (Red and Blue sleeves on opposite colors of the half shirt) Shirts, Blue Shorts, Red Socks

 

Real Madrid:

Miguel Ángel; Chendo, Manuel Sanchís, Uli Stielike (West Germany), José Antonio Camacho; San José, Míchel, Ricardo Gallego; Emilio Butragueńo (Juanito 80), Carlos Santillana (Salguero 86), Jorge Valdano (Argentina)

 

Coach: Luis Molowny

 

Team Captain: Calos Santillana

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Shirt Sponsor: Zanussi

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, White Shorts, White Socks


Photo From: Onze, Issue 114, June 1985

(May 8, 1985, UEFA Cup, Videoton 0-Real Madrid 3)



Photo From: Onze, Issue 114, June 1985

(May 8, 1985, UEFA Cup, Videoton 0-Real Madrid 3)






Date: May 22, 1985

Competition: UEFA Cup- Final, Second Leg

Result: Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Spain) 0-Videoton Sport Club- Székesfehérvári (Hungary) 1

Venue: Madrid-Estadio Santiago Bernabéu

Attendance: 90,000

Referee: Alexis Ponnet (Belgium)

Linesmen: -

Kick-off time:

Goalscorers:

(Real Madrid): None

(Videoton): Lajos Májer 86

Summary of goals:

0:1 (86th minute, Videoton): Wittmann’s cross from the right side was deflected by the Sanchis in the path of Majer who struck from the edge of the box.

Lineups:

Real Madrid:

Miguel Ángel; Chendo, Manuel Sanchís, Uli Stielike (West Germany), José Antonio Camacho; San José, Míchel, Ricardo Gallego; Emilio Butragueńo, Carlos Santillana, Jorge Valdano (Argentina) (Juanito 57)

 

Coach: Luis Molowny

 

Team Captain: Calos Santillana

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Shirt Sponsor: Zanussi

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, White Shorts, White Socks

 

Videoton:

Péter Disztl, József Csuhay, László Disztl, Tibor Végh, Gábor Horváth, Gyõzõ Burcsa, Ferenc Csongrádi (István Palkovics 57), Imre Vadász, József Szabó, Lajos Májer, György Novath (Géza Wittmann 51)

 

Coach: Ferenc Kovács 

 

Team Captain: Ferenc Csongrádi

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Shirt Sponsor: None

Uniform Colors: Half Red/ Half Blue (Red and Blue sleeves on opposite colors of the half shirt) Shirts, Blue Shorts, Red Socks

 

Photo From: Onze, Issue 114, June 1985

(May 22, 1985, UEFA Cup, Real Madrid 0-Videoton 1)



Photo From: Onze, Issue 114, June 1985

(May 22, 1985, UEFA Cup, Real Madrid 0-Videoton 1)



Photo From: Kepes Sport 1985

(May 22, 1985, UEFA Cup, Real Madrid 0-Videoton 1)



Photo From: Kepes Sport 1985

(May 22, 1985, UEFA Cup, Real Madrid 0-Videoton 1)