Monday, September 29, 2014

Old Team Photographs-Part 25d

Photo From: AS Color, October 24,  1972
(Yugoslavia squad, Top, left to right: Dragoslav Stepanovic,  Petar Krivokuca, Blagoje Paunovic, Dragan Holcer,  Enver Maric, Dragan DzajicBottom, left to right: Miroslav Pavlovic, Ilija Petkovic, Dusan Bajevic, Jovan Acimovic, Franjo Vladic , October 19, 1972, World Cup Qualifier, Spain 2-Yugoslavia 2)
Photo From: AS Color, August 1, 1972
(Real Madrid squad, Summer 1972)

Photo From: AS Color, July 4, 1972
(Atletico Madrid squad, 1972)

Photo From: Onze, Issue 22, October 1977
(Newcastle United squad 1977/78)


Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 55, October 1984
(Cannes squad 1984/85 French Second Division, Top, left to right:  Jean-Louis Garcia, Gerard Bacconier, Parodi, Gilles Eyquem, Ruud Krol, Michel Dussuyer, Jean Fernandez , Bottom, left to right: Baptiste Gentili, Jean-Francis Samba, Gilles Rampillon, Wieczorek, Patrick Vernet, Bottom, left to right: Yves Bertucci, Debru, Lamine N’Diaye, Pierre Branconi, Alain Ravera )

Photo From: Mondial, old series, issue 35, October 1979
(Olimpia Asuncion squad 1979, Top, left to right: Alicio Soliande, Miguel Angel Piazza, Carlos Kiese, Ruben Jimenez, Ever Almeida, Roberto Paredes  , Bottom, left to right: Evaristo Isasi, Luis Torres, Enrique Villalba, Hugo Talavera, Osvaldo Aquino)

Photo From: Mondial, old series, Issue 18, July 1978
(Ajax Amsterdam squad 1978, Top, left to right: Ruud Krol, Tschen La Ling, Johan Zuidema, Wim Suurbier, Pim van Dord, Jan Everse, Piet SchrijversBottom, left to right:  Ruud Geels, Dick Helling, Soren Lerby, Dick Schoenaker )

Photo From: Mondial, Old Series, Issue 8, September 1977
(Sporting Lisbon squad 1977/78, Top, left to right: Laranjeira, Salif Keita, Victor Gomes, Da Costa, Artur, FraguitoBottom, left to right: Amandio, Baltazar, Barao, Manuel Fernandes, Valter)

Photo From: Guerin Sportivo, June 20-26, 1984
(Atalanta squad 1983/84 that earned promotion to the Serie A, Roberto Donadoni is at bottom row, third from the left )

Photo From: France Football, Issue 2411 , June 15, 1993
(Olympique Pantin squad 1918, the first French cup winners)

Photo From: France Football, Issue 2406, May 19, 1992
(Sampdoria squad 1991/92, Top, left to right: Attilio Lombardo, Moreno Mannini, Toninho Cerezo, Giuseppe Dossena, Pietro Vierchowod, Gianluca VialliMiddle, left to right: Marchi (Masseur), Gianluca Pagliuca, Marco Lanna, Dario Bonetti, Srecko Katanec, Renato Buso, Ivano Bonetti, Giullo Nucciari, Vigano (Masseur)Bottom, left to right:  Silas, Fausto Pari, Giuseppe Invernizzi, Pezzotti (assitant coach), Vujadin Boskov (Manager), Focardi (Physio), Roberto mancini, Alessandro Orlando, Michele Zanutta)

Photo From: France Football, Issue 2118, November 11, 1986
(Anderlecht squad 1986/87, Top, left to right: Michel De Groote, Stephane Demol, Eugene Kabongo, Beeckeman (Physio), Edi Krncevic, Pierre Janssen, Georges GrunMiddle, left to right: Martin Lippens (assistant coach), Adri van Tiggelen, Guido Swinnen, Luc Nilis, Henrik Andersen, Arnor Gudjohnsen, Arie Haan (Manager) Bottom, left to right: Dirk Vekeman, Franckie Vercauteren, Guy Marchoul, Juan Lozano, Enzo Scifo, Marc Wuyts, Jacques Munaron)

Photo From: France Football, Issue 1986, May 2, 1984
(AS Monao squad 1983/84, Top, left to right: Jean-Luc Ettori, Uwe Krause, Yvon Le Roux, Juan Ernesto Simon?, Claude Puel, Manuel Amoros  Bottom, left to right:  Patrick Delamontagne, Daniel Bravo, Dominique Bijotat, Bernard Genghini, Bruno Bellone )

Photo From: France Football, Issue 1963, November 22, 1983
(RC Lens squad 1983/84, Top, left to right: Rene Marsiglia, Francis Gillot, Daniel Xuereb, Daniel Krawczyk, Herve Flak, Jean-Pierre Tempet Bottom, left to right: Miroslaw Tlokinski, Didier Senac, Phillipe Vercruysse, Phillipe Piette, Francois Brisson)



Photo From: Foot Magazine, Issue 61, October 1986
(RWD Molenbeeb squad, Belgium Champions 1974/75,  Top, left to right:   Gerard Desanghere, Nico De Bree, Eric Dumon, Kresten Bjerre, Maurice Martens, Bottom, left to right: Eddy Koens, Benny Nielsen, Lon Polleunis, Jacques Teugels, Willy Wellens, Johan Boskamp)


Photo From: Foot Magazine, April 1984
(Romania squad in a Friendly 1983 (most likely in Tournoi Internationald de  Paris with Friendlies vs. Botafogo and Paris St Germain), Top, left to right: Silviu Lung, Rodion Camataru, Gino Iorgulescu, Costica Stefanescu, Mircea Rednic, Ladislau Boloni Bottom, left to right: Marcel Coras, Michael Klein, Nicolae Ungureanu, Aurel Ticleanu, Ilie Balaci)


Photo From: Calcio 2000, Issue 40, April 2001
(Juventus squad 1977/78, Top, left to right: Giovanni Trapattoni, Antonello Cuccureddu, Mariano Marchetti, Vinicio Verza, Massimo Tolfo, Giancarlo Alessandrelli, Dino Zoff, Paolo Virdis, Luciano Spinosi, Roberto Bettega, Romeo Benetti Middle, left to right: Francesco Morini, Franco Causio, Giuseppe Furino, Claudio Gentile, Roberto Boninsegna, Gaetano ScireaBottom, left to right: Corino, Antonio Cabrini, Pietro Fanna, Marco Tardelli, Fabio Francisca, Maurizio Schincaglia, De Maria)

Photo From: Calcio 2000, Issue 31, June 2000
(Genoa squad 1900, left to right: George Fawcus, Henmann, Ernesto De Galleani, Henri Dapples, Giovanni Bocciardo, Joseph William Agar, Howard Passadoro, Fausto Ghigliotti, Edoardo Pasteur I,  James Spensley, Paolo Rossi )





4 comments:

  1. Your namelist of Ajax 1978 is weird. Try this. Standing: Krol, Everse, Suurbier, Lübeke, van Dord, La Ling, Schrijvers. Front: Geels, Zuidema, Lerby, Schoenaker.

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    1. it is possible, i was going by the caption

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  2. Great photos but I think a small mistake in the name list for Yugoslavia 1972; sitting it is "Acimovic, Bajevic" not "Bajevic, Acimovic"

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