Sunday, December 9, 2018

Oriundis and Other Naturalized Internationals, Part Ten


1- Pat van den Hauwe -Belgium and Wales 1980s and 1990s
Welsh defender Pat van den Hauwe was born in Dendermonde in Belgium. He was brought up in London and eventually debuted in the English League.
He earned recognition with Everton when they won the League in 1985 and was capped for the first time that year for Wales.


                                           Photo From: Panini England 1985/86
(Pat van den Hauwe)



2- Roberto Di Matteo-Switzerland and Italy, 1990s
Italian midfielder Roberto Di Matteo was born in Schaffhausen in Switzerland. He made his debut in the Swiss League in Aarau.
He transferred to Italy in 1993 to Lazio and was capped by Arrigo Sacchi for Italy a year later in 1994.


                                         Photo From: Panini, Europa ‘96
(Roberto Di Matteo)



3- Yves Triantafyllos-Greece and France, 1960s into the 80s
Yves Triantafyllos was a French-born Greek striker. He had his best spell at St Etienne and Nantes in the 70s.
He earned a solitary cap for France in 1975.


                                      Photo From: Panini, France 1975/76
(Yves Triantafyllos)



4- Viktor Onopko-Ukraine and Russia 1990s and 2000s
Viktor Onopko was a Ukrainian defender from the 90s. After the break-up of the Soviet Union, he opted to represent Russia Internationally ahead of Ukraine, as Russia had replaced the USSR as a Football entity and felt had more of a chance to play in the 1994 World Cup.


Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 65, June 1994
(Viktor Onopko)




5- Ray Houghton-Scotland and Republic of Ireland, 1980s and 1990s
Glasgow-born midfielder Ray Houghton qualified to represent the Republic of Ireland through the Grand-parent rule.
He had been overlooked by Scotland, but Jackie Charlton selected him for Ireland as Houghton was eligible since his father was born in Buncrana, Donegal County in Ireland.


                                           Photo From: Panini, Europa ‘88
(Ray Houghton)



Friday, December 7, 2018

French First Division Kits in a Season: Part 1 (1984/85 season)


A new Addition about jerseys/kits of French clubs used in a season, I will try to include as many variatiations/permutations used as I can find
If anyone has examples (photos/diagrams) of other kits used please do not hesitate to contact and share.

French Premiere Division: Season 1984/85


Club
Kit Manufacturer
Shirt Sponsor
Auxerre
Duarig
Credit Agricole
Bastia
Puma
Beton Fabrication
Bordeaux
Adidas
Malardeau Sud Radio
Brest
Adidas
L
Laval
Patrick
Yoval
RC Lens
Adidas
Auchan, Europe 1
Lille OSC
Puma
Peaudouce
Metz
Adidas
Sollac
Monaco
Le Coq Sportif
Bally
Nancy
Le Coq Sportif
SIMAC 
Nantes
Adidas
Europe 1, Tele Poche
Olympique Marseille
Adidas
RMC
Paris St. Germain
Le Coq Sportif
RTL
Racing Club Paris
Adidas
Matra
Rouen
Adidas
Nova
Sochaux
Uhlsport
Peugeot
Strasbourg
Adidas
Hitachi, Unico, Mammouth
Toulon
Adidas
Mas d’Auge
Toulouse
Adidas
Malardeau 92.2 radio-Toulouse, R.M.O.
Tours
Puma
Crit


I. Auxerre




Photo From: Onze, Issue 105, September 1984
(Home Jersey short sleeves with blue shorts)




Photo From: Onze, Hors serie 23, 1985
(Home Jersey short sleeves with white shorts)





Photo From: Onze, Hors serie 23, 1985
(Home Jersey short sleeves in UEFA Cup with different writing of the shirt sponsors)





Photo From: France Football, Issue 2020, December 25, 1984
(Home Jersey long sleeves)





Photo From: France Football, Issue 2014, November 13, 1984
(Away Jersey long sleeves)
Note: This photo is in training, but Auxerre wore these for away matches. In one match at least, this same design was worn but Red instead of blue.





II. Bastia



Photo From: Onze, Issue 106, October 1984
(Home Jersey short sleeves)





Photo From: France Football, Issue 2027, February 12, 1985
(Home Jersey long sleeves)



Note: Away jersey photos missing


III. Bordeaux




Photo From: France Football, Issue 2024, January 22, 1985
(Home Jersey short sleeves)




Photo From: France Football, Issue 2044, June 11, 1985
(Home Jersey short sleeves)





Photo From: Onze, Issue 111, March 1985
(Home Jersey long sleeves)





Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 55, October 1984
(Home Jersey short sleeves in Europe with Shirt Sponsors written differently)





Photo From: Onze, Hors serie 22, 1985
(Home Jersey long sleeves in Europe with Shirt Sponsors written differently)





Photo From: L'Annee du Football, 1985
(Home Jersey long sleeves in Europe with Shirt Sponsors written in a straight line)





Photo From: Onze, Issue 110, February 1985
(Home Jersey long sleeves with different shirt sponsors on tour in Japan)





Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 61, April 1985
(Away Jersey long sleeves)




IV. Brest




Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 54,September 1984
(Home Jersey short sleeves)





Photo From: Onze, Issue 112, April 1985
(Home Jersey long sleeves)





Photo From: Onze, Issue 106, October 1984
(Home Jersey long sleeves alternate)





Photo From: archivesparisfootball.wordpress.com
(Away Jersey short sleeves)




Photo From: France Football, Issue 2044, June 11, 1985
(Away Jersey long sleeves)




V. Laval





Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 54,September 1984
(Home Jersey short sleeves)





Photo From: Onze, Issue 106, October 1984
(Home Jersey short sleeves)




Photo From: Onze, Issue 106, October 1984
(Home Jersey long sleeves)



Note: Away jersey photos missing


VI. RC Lens




Photo From: France Football, Issue 2019, December 18, 1984
(Home Jersey short sleeves with Europe 1)





Photo From: France Football, Issue 2004, September 4, 1984
(Home Jersey short sleeves with Auchan)





Photo From: Onze, Hors serie 23, 1985
(Home Jersey long sleeves)





Photo From: Onze, Issue 109, January 1985
(Possible Away Jersey long sleeves) (to be confirmed)




VII. Lille OSC



Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 54,September 1984
(Home Jersey short sleeves)





Photo From: France Football, Issue 2011, October 25, 1984
(Home Jersey long sleeves)





Photo From: Onze, Issue 107, November 1984
(Home Jersey long sleeves)





Photo From: Onze, Issue 107, November 1984
(Away Jersey short sleeves)





Photo From: France Football, Issue 2003, August 28, 1984
(Away Jersey short sleeves)




VIII. Metz




Photo From: Onze, Issue 105, September 1984
(Home Jersey short sleeves, Burgundy shorts)





Photo From: Onze, Issue 107, November 1984
(Home Jersey short sleeves, white shorts)




Photo From: France Football, Issue 2026, February 5, 1985
(Home Jersey long sleeves)




Photo From: L'Annee du Football, 1985
(Home Jersey long sleeves)




Photo From: Le Livre d'Or du Football, 1985
(Away Jersey short sleeves)





IX. Monaco




Photo From: France Football, Issue 2017, December 4, 1984
(Home Jersey short sleeves)





Photo From: France Football, Issue 2019, December 18, 1984
(Home Jersey short sleeves)





Photo From: Onze, Issue 111, March 1985
(Home Jersey long sleeves)





Photo From: Onze, Issue 111, March 1985
(Home Jersey long sleeves)





Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 63, June 1985
(Away Jersey short sleeves)




Photo From: France Football, Issue 2004, September 4, 1984
(Away Jersey short sleeves Alternate)



Note: There may have been another version of this Away jersey in Blue.



X. Nancy




Photo From: France Football, Issue 2005, September 11, 1984
(Home Jersey long sleeves)





Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 59, February 1985
(Away Jersey short sleeves)





XI. Nantes



Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 54,September 1984
(Home Jersey short sleeves with Europe 1)





Photo From: France Football, Issue 2024, January 22, 1985
(Home Jersey short sleeves with Tele Poche, most likely worn at away matches)







                         Photo From: Onze, Hors serie 23, 1985

(Home Jersey long sleeves with Europe 1)






Photo From: France Football, Issue 2026, February 5, 1985
(Home Jersey long sleeves with Europe 1)





Photo From: France Football, Issue 2029, February 26, 1985
(Home Jersey long sleeves with Tele Poche, most likely worn at away matches)




Photo From: France Football, Issue 2044, June 11, 1985
(Away Jersey long sleeves)





XII. Olympique Marseille




Photo From: France Football, Issue 2023, January 15, 1985
(Home Jersey short sleeves)





Photo From: Onze, Issue 112, April 1985
(Home Jersey long sleeves)





Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 63, June 1985
(Away Jersey short sleeves)





Photo From: archivesparisfootball.wordpress.com
(Third Jersey short sleeves)





XIII. Paris St. Germain



Photo From: France Football, Issue 1998, July 24, 1984
(Home Jersey short sleeves)




Photo From: France Football, Issue 2023, January 15, 1985
(Home Jersey short sleeves with Red Shorts)






Photo From: Le Livre d'Or du Football, 1985
(Home Jersey long sleeves)





Photo From: France Football, Issue 2009, October 9, 1984
(Home Jersey long sleeves in Europe with different writing of sponsor)




Photo From: Onze, Hors serie 23, 1985
(Away Jersey short sleevs)






XIV. Racing Club Paris




Photo From: France Football, Issue 2013,  November 6, 1984
(Home Jersey short sleeves)




Photo From: France Football, Issue 2013,  November 6, 1984
(Away Jersey short sleeves)



XV. Rouen



Photo From: Onze, Issue 109, January 1985
(Home Jersey long sleeves)



Photo From: Onze, Hors serie 23, 1985
(Away Jersey short sleeves)




XVI. Sochaux



Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 54,September 1984
(Home Jersey short sleeves with two versions)



Photo From: Onze, Hors Serie 20, 1984
(Home Jersey short sleeves with two versions)



Photo From: Onze, Issue 109, January 1985
(Home Jersey long sleeves version 1)


Photo From: Onze, Issue 109, January 1985
(Home Jersey long sleeves version 2)


Note: Away jersey photos missing




XVII. Strasbourg



Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 54,September 1984
(Home Jersey short sleeves with Hitachi)



Photo From: France Football, Issue 2024, January 22, 1985
(Home Jersey short sleeves with Mammouth)



Photo From: Onze, Issue 108, December 1984
(Home Jersey short sleeves with Unico)



Photo From: Onze, Issue 109, January 1985
(Home Jersey long sleeves with Mammouth)


Note: Away jersey photos missing



XVIII. Toulon



Photo From: Onze, Hors Serie 20, 1984
(Home Jersey short sleeves)



Photo From: Onze, Issue 110, February 1985
(Home Jersey long sleeves)


Note: Away jersey photos missing


XIX. Toulouse



Photo From: France Football, Issue 1998, July 24, 1984
(Home Jersey short sleeves)


Photo From: France Football, Issue 2002, August 21, 1984
(Away Jersey short sleeves)



Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 54,September 1984
(Away Jersey long sleeves)



XX. Tours



Photo From: France Football, Issue 2018, December 11, 1984
(Home Jersey short sleeves)


Photo From: Onze, Issue 110, February 1985
(Home Jersey long sleeves)


Note: Away jersey photos missing