Friday, June 3, 2016

International Head-to-Head –Part Three, Spain and Yugoslavia-Part 1 (1930s-1970s)


Note: As a Footbaling entity, Yugoslavia ceased to exist at the end of 2002. However, for the purposes of this analysis I have chosen to include Serbia and Montenegro (2003/06) and Serbia (2006- ) as well.

1930s
The very first match between the nations took place in 1932 at Oviedo with Spain winning. The following year they met again at Belgrade (1-1 tie).
Due to the War and ideological differences (perhaps), the sides did not meet again for decades.



International Head-to-Head match No. 1

April 24, 1932
Spain 2-Yugoslavia 1
Friendly
Venue: Oviedo, Estadio Buenavista
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Tavares da Silva (Portugal)
Goalscorers:
(Spain): Isidro Langara 25, Luis Regueiro 27 
(Yugoslavia): Djordje Vujadinovic 30
Lineups:
Spain:
Ricardo Zamora Martinez (captain) (Madrid Football Club) (Gregorio Blasco Sanchez (Athletic Club de Bilbao) 74th)
Errasti Siunaga Ciriaco (Madrid Football Club)
Jacinto Fernandez de Quincoces I Lopez (Madrid Football Club)
Leonardo Cilaurren Uriarte (Arenas Club de Guecho)
Francisco  Gamborena Hernandez (Real Union de Irun)                 
Martin Marculeta Barberia (Donostia Club de Fútbol –San Sebastian)
Ramon de Lafuente Leal (Athletic Club de Bilbao)
Luis Regueiro Pagola (Madrid Football Club)
Isidro Lángara Galaragga (Oviedo Club de Fútbol)
Ignacio Aguirrezabala Ibarbia ‘Chirri II’ (Athletic Club de Bilbao)
Guillermo Gorostiza Paredes (Athletic Club de Bilbao)

Coach: D. José Maria Mateos Larrucea

Other Subs:
Pedro Pena Ponga (Real Sporting de Gijón)
Manuel Menendez Ovin (Real Sporting de Gijón)
Ricardo Gallart Selma (Oviedo Club de Fútbol)

Yugoslavia:
Jovan Spasic (Sport Klub Jugoslavija Beograd
Slavko Zagorac (Slavija Sarajevo)
Dragan Tosic (Beogradski Sport Klub- Beograd
Milorad Arsenijevic (captain) (Beogradski Sport Klub- Beograd
Danijel Premerl (Gradjanski Zagreb)
Bosko Ralic (Concordia Zagreb)
Aleksandar Tirnanic (Beogradski Sport Klub- Beograd
Blagoje Marjanovic (Beogradski Sport Klub- Beograd
Djordje Vujadinovic (Beogradski Sport Klub- Beograd
Franjo Giler (Gradjanski Zagreb)
Nikola Babic (HASK (Hrvatski Akademiski Sportski Klub)-Zagreb)

Coach: Bosko Simonovic

Photo From: Todo Sobre La Seleccion Espanola, Felix Martialay, 2006
(Spain squad, April 24, 1932, Spain 2-Yugoslavia 1)


International Head-to-Head match No. 2

April 30, 1933
Yugoslavia 1-Spain 1
Friendly
Venue: Beograd (Belgrade)- Stadion Beogradski SK
Attendance: 17,000
Referee: Mihaly Ivancsics (Hungary)
Goalscorers:
 (Yugoslavia): Blagoje Marjanovic 65
(Spain): Severiano Goiburu 36
Lineups:

Yugoslavia:
Franjo Glaser (Beogradski Sport Klub- Beograd
Milutin Ivkovic (Beogradski Sport Klub- Beograd
Dragan Tosic (BASK (Beogradski Akademski Sport Klub)- Beograd 
Milorad Arsenijevic (Beogradski Sport Klub- Beograd 
Gustav Lehner (Sport Klub Slavia Osijek)  
Andjelko  Marusic (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)  
Aleksandar Tirnanic (Beogradski Sport Klub- Beograd
Blagoje Marjanovic (Beogradski Sport Klub- Beograd
Svetislav Valjarevic (Concordia Zagreb) (Nikola Marjanovic (Beogradski Sport Klub- Beograd) 40)
Djordje Vujadinovic (Beogradski Sport Klub- Beograd
Dobrivoje Zecevic (Sport Klub Jugoslavija Beograd

Coach: Branislav Veljkovic
Sent off: Blagoje Marjanovic 86

Spain:
Ricardo Zamora Martinez (captain) (Madrid Football Club)
Errasti Siunaga Ciriaco (Madrid Football Club)
Jacinto Fernandez de Quincoces I Lopez (Madrid Football Club)
Leonardo Cilaurren Uriarte (Athletic Club de Bilbao)
Luis Valle Benitez (Madrid Football Club)
Martin Marculeta Barberia (Donostia Club de Fútbol –San Sebastian)
Jose Prat Ripolles (Real Club Deportivo Espanol-Barcelona)
Luis Regueiro Pagola (Madrid Football Club)
Julio Elicegui Antonio Cans (Real Union de Irun) 
Gonzalo Diez Gale (Oviedo Club de Fútbol)
Severino Goiburu Lopetegui (Fútbol Club Barcelona)
Crisanto ‘Tin’ Bosch Espin (Real Club Deportivo Espanol-Barcelona)

Coach: D. José Maria Mateos Larrucea

Other Subs:
Guillermo Eizaguirre Olmos (Sevilla Fútbol Club)
Ramón Zabalo Zubiarre (Fútbol Club Barcelona)
Manuel Ibarra Echano  (Racing de Santander)
Miguel Ayestaran Elizalde (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)


Note: Luis Regueiro scored a goal in the 29th minute that was offside and disallowed.

Photo From: Todo Sobre La Seleccion Espanola, Felix Martialay, 2006
(Spain squad, April 30, 1933, Yugoslavia 1-Spain 1)



1960s
After more than three decades the sides met again in a World Cup qualifying group that neither qualified from.
A scoreless tie in 1968, was followed up by a Spanish win in 1969 (2-1).


International Head-to-Head match No. 3

October 27, 1968
Yugoslavia 0-Spain 0
World Cup Qualifying-Group 6
Venue: Beograd (Belgrade), Stadion Crvene Zvezde (Red Star)
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Ferdinand Marschall (Austria)
Goalscorers:
(Yugoslavia): None
(Spain): None
Lineups:
Yugoslavia:
Ivan Curkovic (Fudbalski Klub Partizan- Beograd)
Rudolf Cvek (Nogometni Klub Dinamo- Zagreb)
Zivorad Jeftic (Fudbalski Klub Crvena zvezda (Red Star) -Beograd) 
Miroslav Pavlovic (Fudbalski Klub Crvena zvezda (Red Star) -Beograd) 
Kiril Dojcinovski (Fudbalski Klub Crvena zvezda (Red Star) -Beograd) 
Dragan Holcer (captain) (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)
Ilija Petkovic (OFK (Omladinski Fudbalski Klub) Beograd) (Josip Bukal (Fudbalski Klub Zeljeznicar-Sarajevo) 46th)
Rudolf Belin (Nogometni Klub Dinamo- Zagreb)
Slaven Zambata (Nogometni Klub Dinamo- Zagreb)
Miroslav Vardic (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)
Krasnodar Rora (Nogometni Klub Dinamo- Zagreb) (Bosko Antic (Fudbalski Klub Sarajevo) 70th)

Coach: Rajko Mitic

Spain:
José Angel  Iribar Cortajarena (Club Atlético de Bilbao)
Antonio Torres Garcia (Club de Fútbol Barcelona 
Alfonso Moreno Antonio Tonono  (Union Deportivo Las Palmas)
Silvestre Graells Eladio (Club de Fútbol Barcelona
Jesus Martinez Sanchez ‘Pirri’ (captain) (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
Pedro Mario Zabalza Inda (Club de Fútbol Barcelona
José Armando Ufarte Ventoso (Club Atlético de Madrid)
Amaro Varela Amancio  (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) 
Luis Aragones Suarez  (Club Atlético de Madrid(Jesus Maria Pereda Ruiz (Club de Fútbol Barcelona20th)
Pina Morales Marcial  (Real Club Deportivo Espanol-Barcelona) (Francisco Fernández Gallego (Club de Fútbol Barcelona) 80th)
German Devora Ceballos (Union Deportivo Las Palmas)

Coach: Eduardo Toba

Other Subs:
Salvador Sadurni Urpi (Club de Fútbol Barcelona
Martín Marrero de la Cruz ‘Martin II’ (Union Deportivo Las Palmas)
Juan Gilberto Gonzalez Exposito ‘Gilberto II’ (Union Deportivo Las Palmas)     
Jose Maria Garcia Lavilla (Real Club Deportivo Espanol-Barcelona)  


Photo From: Marca, October 28, 1968
(October 27, 1968, World Cup Qualifier, Yugoslavia  0-Spain 0)


Photo From: Marca, October 28, 1968
(October 27, 1968, World Cup Qualifier, Yugoslavia  0-Spain 0)


Photo From: Marca, October 28, 1968
(October 27, 1968, World Cup Qualifier, Yugoslavia  0-Spain 0)




International Head-to-Head match No. 4

April 30, 1969
Spain 2-Yugoslavia 1
World Cup Qualifying-Group 6
Venue: Barcelona-Estadio Nou Camp
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Rudolf Scheurer (Switzerland)
Goalscorers:
(Spain): Miguel Bustillo 20, Amancio 27
(Yugoslavia): Miroslav Pavlovic 67
Lineups:
Spain:
Salvador Sadurni Urpi (Club de Fútbol Barcelona
Martín Marrero de la Cruz ‘Martin II’ (Union Deportivo Las Palmas)
Alfonso Moreno Antonio Tonono  (Union Deportivo Las Palmas)
Francisco Vidagany Hernandez (Valencia Club de Fútbol
Jesus Glaria Roldan (Captain) (Real Club Deportivo Espanol-Barcelona)
Pedro Mario Zabalza Inda (Club de Fútbol Barcelona
Amaro Varela Amancio  (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) 
Ramon Moreno Grosso (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)   (José Maria Fusté Blanch (Club de Fútbol Barcelona46th)
Miguel Bustillo Lafoz  (Real Zaragoza) 
Manuel Velásquez Villaverde (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
Carlos Rexach Cerda (Club de Fútbol Barcelona

Coach: Salvador Artigas Sahun /Luis Molowny Arbelo /‘Miguel Munoz’ Mozun  

Other Subs:
José Angel  Iribar Cortajarena (Club Atlético de Bilbao)
Antonio Torres Garcia (Club de Fútbol Barcelona
Francisco Ballester Enguix (Elche
Juan Manuel ‘Asensi’ Ripoll (Elche Club de Fútbol)


Yugoslavia:
Ivan Curkovic (Fudbalski Klub Partizan- Beograd)
Mane Bajic (Fudbalski Klub Partizan- Beograd)
Branko Gracanin (Nogometni Klub Dinamo- Zagreb)
Miroslav Pavlovic (Fudbalski Klub Crvena zvezda (Red Star) -Beograd) 
Blagoje Paunovic (Fudbalski Klub Partizan- Beograd)
Dragan Holcer (Captain) (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)
Nenad Bjekovic (Fudbalski Klub Proleter Zrenjanin)  (Ilija Katic (Fudbalski Klub Partizan- Beograd) 46)
 Dobrivoje Trivic (Fudbalski Klub Vojvodina -Novi Sad)   
Ivan Osim (Fudbalski Klub Zeljeznicar-Sarajevo)
Jovan Acimovic (Fudbalski Klub Crvena zvezda (Red Star) -Beograd)   (Daniel Piric (Nogometni Klub Dinamo- Zagreb) 46)
Dragan Dzajic (captain) (Fudbalski Klub Crvena zvezda (Red Star) -Beograd) 

Coach: Rajko Mitic


Photo From: Marca, May 1, 1969
(April 30, 1969, World Cup Qualifier, Spain 2-Yugoslavia  1)


Photo From: Marca, May 1, 1969
(April 30, 1969, World Cup Qualifier, Spain 2-Yugoslavia  1)



Photo From: Marca, May 1, 1969
(April 30, 1969, World Cup Qualifier, Spain 2-Yugoslavia  1)



Photo From: Todo Sobre La Seleccion Espanola, Felix Martialay, 2006
(Spain squad, April 30, 1969, World Cup Qualifier, Spain 2-Yugoslavia 1)



1970s
The meetings intensified in this decade when the two sides were paired in qualifying groups. Yugoslavia eliminated Spain and qualified for the 1974 World Cup. Spain blocked Yugoslavia’s path for the 1978 World Cup and the 1980 Euros.
For the 1977 World cup qualifier, Juanito was injured in the 76th minute, as he was on the touchline he was struck on the head by a bottle thrown from the stands and knocked unconscious. He was taken to a hospital and required stitches.
For the 1979 match, a linesman was hit with an orange from the stands.

International Head-to-Head match No. 5

October 19, 1972
Spain 2-Yugoslavia 2
World Cup Qualifying-Group 7
Venue: Las Palmas de Gran Canaria- Estadio Insular        
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Keith Edwin Walker (England)
Goalscorers:
(Spain): Amancio 30, Juan Manuel Asensi 89
(Yugoslavia): Dusan Bajevic 52, 61
Lineups:
Spain:
José Angel  Iribar Cortajarena (Club Atlético de Bilbao)
Juan Cruz Sol Oria (Valencia Club de Fútbol) (Enrique Lora Millán (Sevilla Club de Fútbol46th) (José Armando Ufarte Ventoso (Club Atlético de Madrid)  70th)
Alfonso Moreno Antonio Tonono (captain) (Union Deportivo Las Palmas)
Jesus Martinez Sanchez ‘Pirri’ (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
Francisco Fernández Gallego  (Club de Fútbol Barcelona)
Jesús Antonio De la Cruz Gallego (Club de Fútbol Barcelona)
Amaro Varela Amancio (captain) (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
José Luis Lopez Peinado (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
Juan Manuel ‘Asensi’ Ripoll (Club de Fútbol Barcelona)
Pina Morales Marcial (Club de Fútbol Barcelona)
Oscar Rubén Valdez (Valencia Club de Fútbol)

Coach: Ladislao Kubala Stecz (Hungary/Spain)  
Booked: Juan Manuel Asensi , Francisco Gallego, Marcial

Other Subs:
Migeul Reina Santos (Club de Fútbol Barcelona)
Gregorio de Benito Rubio (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
Javier Iruretagoyena Amiano (Club Atlético de Madrid) 
Joaquin Quino Sierra Vallejo (Valencia Club de Fútbol)
German Devora Ceballos (Union Deportivo Las Palmas)
Enrique ‘Quini’ Castro Gonzalez  (Real Sporting de Gijón

Yugoslavia:
Enver Maric (Fudbalski Klub Velez- Mostar)
Petar Krivokuca (Fudbalski Klub Crvena zvezda (Red Star) -Beograd)      
Dragoslav Stepanovic (OFK (Omladinski Fudbalski Klub) Beograd)   
Miroslav Pavlovic (Fudbalski Klub Crvena zvezda (Red Star) -Beograd)      
Blagoje Paunovic (Fudbalski Klub Partizan- Beograd)   
Dragan Holcer (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split
 Ilija Petkovic (OFK (Omladinski Fudbalski Klub) Beograd)   
Franjo Vladic (Fudbalski Klub Velez- Mostar)
Dusan Bajevic (Fudbalski Klub Velez- Mostar)
Jovan Acimovic (Fudbalski Klub Crvena zvezda (Red Star) -Beograd)      
Dragan Dzajic (captain) (Fudbalski Klub Crvena zvezda (Red Star) -Beograd)     

Coach: Vujadin Boskov
Booked: Acimovic , Krivokuca, Stepanovic


Photo From: AS Color, Issue 75, October 24, 1972
(October 19, 1972, World Cup Qualifier, Spain 2-Yugoslavia 2)


Photo From: AS Color, Issue 75, October 24, 1972
(October 19, 1972, World Cup Qualifier, Spain 2-Yugoslavia 2)


Photo From: AS Color, Issue 75, October 24, 1972
(October 19, 1972, World Cup Qualifier, Spain 2-Yugoslavia 2)







International Head-to-Head match No. 6

October 21, 1973
Yugoslavia 0-Spain 0
World Cup Qualifying-Group 7
Venue: Zagreb- Stadion Maksimir     
Attendance: 65,000
Referee: Erich Linemayr (Austria)
Goalscorers:
(Yugoslavia): None
(Spain): None
Lineups:
Yugoslavia:
Enver Maric (Fudbalski Klub Velez- Mostar)
Petar Krivokuca (Fudbalski Klub Crvena zvezda (Red Star) -Beograd)  (Ivica Surjak (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)  60th
Vladislav Bogicevic (Fudbalski Klub Crvena zvezda (Red Star) -Beograd)      
Brane Oblak (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split
Josip Katalinski (Fudbalski Klub Zeljeznicar-Sarajevo)  
Miroslav Pavlovic (captain) (Fudbalski Klub Crvena zvezda (Red Star) -Beograd)      
Drago Vabec (Nogometni Klub Dinamo- Zagreb)
Jure Jerkovic (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split
Dusan Bajevic (Fudbalski Klub Velez- Mostar)
 Jovan Acimovic (Fudbalski Klub Crvena zvezda (Red Star) -Beograd)      
Nenad Bjekovic (Fudbalski Klub Partizan- Beograd)  (Stanislav Karasi (Fudbalski Klub Crvena zvezda (Red Star) -Beograd)  64th)

Coach: Vujadin Boskov

Spain:
José Angel  Iribar Cortajarena (Club Atlético de Bilbao)
Juan Cruz Sol Oria (Valencia Club de Fútbol)
Gregorio de Benito Rubio (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
Jesus Martinez Ribadeneyra (Valencia Club de Fútbol) (Javier Iruretagoyena Amiano (Club Atlético de Madrid)  30th)
Francisco Javier Alvarez Uría  (Real Oviedo Club de Fútbol)   
Enrique Alvarez Costas (Club de Fútbol Barcelona)
José Claramunt Torres (Captain) (Valencia Club de Fútbol)
Juan Manuel ‘Asensi’ Ripoll (Club de Fútbol Barcelona)
Roberto Juan Martinez Martinez (Real Club Deportivo Espanol-Barcelona)
José Eulogio Garate Ormaechea (Club Atlético de Madrid)  
Oscar Rubén Valdez (Valencia Club de Fútbol)        

Coach: Ladislao Kubala Stecz (Hungary/Spain)  
Booked: Uria 85

Other Subs:
Migeul Reina Santos (Club Atlético de Madrid) 
Juan Carlos Pérez López (Club de Fútbol Barcelona) 
Enrique ‘Quini’ Castro Gonzalez  (Real Sporting de Gijón
José Francisco ‘Chechu Rojo’ (Club Atlético de Bilbao)


Photo From: AS Color, Issue 127, October 23, 1973
(October 21, 1973, World Cup Qualifier, Yugoslavia 0-Spain 0)


Photo From: AS Color, Issue 127, October 23, 1973
(October 21, 1973, World Cup Qualifier, Yugoslavia 0-Spain 0)



Photo From: AS Color, Issue 127, October 23, 1973
(Yugoslavia squad, October 21, 1973, World Cup Qualifier, Yugoslavia 0-Spain 0)


Photo From: As Color
(Spain squad, October 21, 1973, World Cup Qualifier, Yugoslavia 0-Spain 0)


International Head-to-Head match No. 7

February 13, 1974
Yugoslavia 1-Spain 0
World Cup Qualifying-Group 7-Playoff
Venue: Frankfurt, Waldstadion-West Germany     
Attendance: 63,000
Referee: Vital Loraux (Belgium)
Goalscorers:
(Yugoslavia): Josip Katalinski 13
(Spain): None
Lineups:
Yugoslavia:
1-Enver Maric (Fudbalski Klub Velez- Mostar)
2-Ivan Buljan (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)   
3-Enver Hadziabdic (Fudbalski Klub Zeljeznicar-Sarajevo)  
4-Brane Oblak (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)   
5-Josip Katalinski (Fudbalski Klub Zeljeznicar-Sarajevo)  
6-Vladislav Bogicevic (Fudbalski Klub Crvena zvezda (Red Star) -Beograd)  
7- Ilija Petkovic (Troyes Aube Football / France
8-Stanislav Karasi (Fudbalski Klub Crvena zvezda (Red Star) -Beograd)  
9-Ivica Surjak (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)   
10-Jovan Acimovic (Fudbalski Klub Crvena zvezda (Red Star) -Beograd)   
11-Dragan Dzajic (captain) (Fudbalski Klub Crvena zvezda (Red Star) -Beograd)   

Coaches: Miljan Miljanic Milan Ribar ,Sulejman Rebac , Tomislav Ivic , and
Milovan Ciric
Sent off: Milan Miljanic (one of Yugoslavia Managers) 75


Spain:
1-José Angel  Iribar Cortajarena (Club Atlético de Bilbao)
2-Juan Cruz Sol Oria (Valencia Club de Fútbol)
3-Gregorio de Benito Rubio (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
4-Francisco Javier Alvarez Uría  (Real Oviedo Club de Fútbol)   
5-Jesus Martinez Ribadeneyra (Valencia Club de Fútbol)        
6-José Claramunt Torres (Valencia Club de Fútbol)
7-Amaro Varela Amancio (captain) (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) (15-Enrique ‘Quini’ Castro Gonzalez  (Real Sporting de Gijón73rd)
8-Juan Carlos Pérez López (Club de Fútbol Barcelona)  (16-Pina Morales Marcial (Club de Fútbol Barcelona) 73rd)
9-José Eulogio Garate Ormaechea (Club Atlético de Madrid)  
10-Juan Manuel ‘Asensi’ Ripoll (Club de Fútbol Barcelona)
11-Oscar Rubén Valdez (Valencia Club de Fútbol)        

Coach: Ladislao Kubala Stecz (Hungary/Spain)  

Other Subs:
Juan Antonio Deusto Olagorta (Club Deportivo Málaga
José Luis Capon González (Club Atlético de Madrid)  
Carlos Rexach Cerda (Club de Fútbol Barcelona)

Note: Claramunt assumed captaincy 73rd minute.


Photo From: World Soccer, March 1974
(February 13, 1974, World Cup Qualifier, Yugoslavia 1-Spain 0)


Photo From: World Soccer, February 1975
(February 13, 1974, World Cup Qualifier, Yugoslavia 1-Spain 0)


Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer (special thanks to Daniel Antonio Escobar Riquelme)
(Spain squad, Top, left to right: Iribar, Sol, Benito, Uria, Jesus Martinez, Claramunt,  Bottom, left to right:  Amancio, Juan Carlos, Garate, Asensi, ValdezFebruary 13, 1974, World Cup Qualifier, Yugoslavia 1-Spain 0)



International Head-to-Head match No. 8

October 10, 1976
Spain 1-Yugoslavia 0
World Cup Qualifying-Group 8
Venue: Sevilla -Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Menahem Ashkenazi (Israel)
Goalscorers:
(Spain): Pirri 84 Pen
(Yugoslavia): None
Lineups:
Spain:
1-Miguel Angel González Suárez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
4-José Antonio ‘Camacho’ Alfaro (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
José Luis
Capon González (Club Atlético de Madrid)  
6-Jesus Martinez Sanchez ‘Pirri’ (captain) (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
5-Miguel ‘Migueli’ Bernardo Bianqueti (Fútbol Club Barcelona)
3-Iñaki Cortabarria Arrabategui (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)
7-Enrique ‘Quini’ Castro Gonzalez  (Real Sporting de Gijón)
8-Angel Maria Villar Llona (Athletic Club de Bilbao)
9-Carlos ‘Santillana’ Alonso Gonzalez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)  
10-Vicente ‘Del Bosque’ Gonzalez  (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)  (14-Juan ‘Juanito‘Gomez Gonzalez (Burgos Club de Fútbol) 28th)
11-Ignacio Churruca Sistiaga (Athletic Club de Bilbao) (16-José Francisco ‘Chechu Rojo’ (Athletic Club de Bilbao) 70th)

Coach: Ladislao Kubala Stecz (Hungary/Spain)  
Booked: Chechu Rojo 88

Other Subs:
Luis Maria ‘Arconada’ Echarri (Real Sociedad de Fútbol) 
Antonio Biosca Perez (Real Betis Balompié –Sevilla)        
Santiago Idigoras Bilbao (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)  


Yugoslavia:
1-Ratko Svilar (Fudbalski Klub Vojvodina -Novi Sad)
4-Luka Peruzovic (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)   
3-Dzemal Hadziabdic (Fudbalski Klub Velez- Mostar)
8-Brane Oblak (captain) (Fußball Club Schalke von 1904- Gelsenkirchen / West Germany)
5-Josip Katalinski (Olympique Gymnaste Club de Nice / France)    
6-Vladislav Bogicevic (Fudbalski Klub Crvena zvezda (Red Star) -Beograd)  
7-Slavisa Zungul (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)    (16-Borislav Djordjevic (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)   72)
2-Drazen Muzinic (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)  
9-Danilo Popivoda (Braunschweiger Turn- und Sportverein Eintracht von 1895 e.V. / West Germany)    
10-Jure Jerkovic (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)  
11-Ivica Surjak (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)  

Coach: Ivan Toplak
Booked: Slavisa Zungul 69, Jure Jerkovic 75



Photo From: Mundo Deportivo, October 11, 1976
(Pirri’s winning penalty kick, October 10, 1976, World Cup Qualifier, Spain 1-Yugoslavia  0)


Photo From: Mundo Deportivo, October 11, 1976
(October 10, 1976, World Cup Qualifier, Spain 1-Yugoslavia  0)



Photo From: Todo Sobre La Seleccion Espanola, Felix Martialay, 2006
(Spain squad, October 10, 1976, World Cup Qualifier, Spain 1-Yugoslavia 0)



International Head-to-Head match No. 9

November 30, 1977
Spain 1-Yugoslavia 0
World Cup Qualifying-Group 8
Venue: Beograd (Belgrade), Stadion Crvene Zvezde (Red Star)  
Attendance: 100,000
Referee: Kenneth Howard Burns (England)
Goalscorers:
(Yugoslavia): None
(Spain): Rubén Cano 71
Lineups:
Yugoslavia:
1-Ivan Katalinic (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)   
6-Drazen Muzinic (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)   
3-Mario Boljat (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)   
4-Aleksandar Trifunovic (Fudbalski Klub Partizan- Beograd)
5-Nenad Stojkovic (Fudbalski Klub Partizan- Beograd)
2-Jusuf Hatunic (Fudbalski Klub Partizan- Beograd)
7-Danilo Popivoda (Braunschweiger Turn- und Sportverein Eintracht von 1895 e.V. / West Germany) (16-Vahid Halilhodzic (Fudbalski Klub Velez- Mostar) 63rd)
8-Sead Susic (Fudbalski Klub Crvena zvezda (Red Star) -Beograd)    (15-Momcilo Vukotic (Fudbalski Klub Partizan- Beograd) 63rd)
9-Miodrag Kustudic (Nogometni Klub Rijeka)
10- Ivica Surjak (captain) (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)   
11-Safet Susic (Fudbalski Klub Sarajevo)

Coach: Marko Valok ,Stevan Vilotic , and Goko Zec
Booked: Mario Boljat 42, Drazen Muzinic 84

Other Subs:
12- Petar Borota (Fudbalski Klub Partizan- Beograd) 
13-Djurovic
14- Dusan Nikolic (Fudbalski Klub Crvena zvezda (Red Star) -Beograd)   

Spain:
1-Miguel Angel González Suárez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
2-Marcellino Perez Ayllón (Club Atlético de Madrid)  
4-José Antonio ‘Camacho’ Alfaro (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
5-Jesus Martinez Sanchez ‘Pirri’ (captain) (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)  (12-Antonio ‘Olmo’ Ramirez (Fútbol Club Barcelona)  14th)
3-Miguel ‘Migueli’ Bernardo Bianqueti (Fútbol Club Barcelona)
6-Isidro San José Sanchez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)        
7-Juan ‘Juanito‘Gomez Gonzalez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) (15-Daniel ‘Dani Ruiz’ Bazan Justa (Athletic Club de Bilbao) 76th)
8-Eugenio Leal (Club Atlético de Madrid)  
9-Rubén Cano Sáez (Club Atlético de Madrid)       
10-Juan Manuel ‘Asensi’ Ripoll (Fútbol Club Barcelona)  
11-Julio Cardeñosa Rodriguez (Real Betis Balompié –Sevilla)        

Coach: Ladislao Kubala Stecz (Hungary/Spain)  
Booked: Marcelino 34, Rubén Andrés Cano 41, Juanito 42, Julio Cardenosa 81

Other Subs :
Luis Maria ‘Arconada’ Echarri (Real Sociedad de Fútbol) 
Sebastian Alabanda Fernandez (Real Betis Balompié –Sevilla)
Francisco Javier Lopez Garcia (Real Betis Balompié –Sevilla)
Rafael Maraňon Perez Gonzalez (Real Club Deportivo Espanol-Barcelona)
Carlos ‘Santillana’ Alonso Gonzalez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)  


Photo From: Onze, Hors Serie 7, 1978
(Juanito, November 30, 1977, World Cup Qualifier, Yugoslavia 0-Spain 1)

Photo From: Mondial, old series, Issue 12, January 1978
(November 30, 1977, World Cup Qualifier, Yugoslavia 0-Spain 1)


Photo From: AS Color, Issue 342, December 6, 1977
(Pirri’s injury, November 30, 1977, World Cup Qualifier, Yugoslavia 0-Spain 1)


Photo From: AS Color, Issue 342, December 6, 1977
(November 30, 1977, World Cup Qualifier, Yugoslavia 0-Spain 1)


Photo From: Onze, Hors Serie 7, 1978
(Spain squad, November 30, 1977, World Cup Qualifier, Yugoslavia 0-Spain 1)



International Head-to-Head match No. 10

October 4, 1978
Yugoslavia 1-Spain 2
UEFA European Championship Qualifying-Group 3      
Venue: Zagreb, Stadion Maksimir     
Attendance: 50,000
Referee: Erich Linemayr (Austria)
Goalscorers:
(Yugoslavia): Vahid Halilhodzic 44
(Spain): Juanito 20, Carlos Santillana 32
Lineups:
Yugoslavia:
1-Zeljko Stincic (Nogometni Klub Dinamo- Zagreb
2-Vilson Xhoni (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)   
3-Drazen Muzinic (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)   
4-Velimir Zajec (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)              (14-Nikica Cukrov (Nogometni Klub Rijeka) 66th)
6-Nenad Stojkovic (Fudbalski Klub Partizan- Beograd)
5-Vedran Rozic (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)   
7-Slavisa Zungul (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split) (16-Dusan Savic (Fudbalski Klub Crvena zvezda (Red Star) -Beograd)  66th)
8-Momcilo Vukotic (Fudbalski Klub Partizan- Beograd)
9-Vahid Halilhodzic (Fudbalski Klub Velez- Mostar)
10-Ivica Surjak (captain) (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)   
11-Safet Susic (Fudbalski Klub Sarajevo)

Coache: Ante Mladinic
Booked: Ivica Surjak 46

Other Subs:
12- Petar Borota (Fudbalski Klub Partizan- Beograd)
13- Dzemal Hadziabdic (Fudbalski Klub Velez- Mostar)
15-Aleksandar Trifunovic (Fudbalski Klub Partizan- Beograd)

Spain:
1-Miguel Angel González Suárez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
2-Marcellino Perez Ayllón (Club Atlético de Madrid)  
3-Miguel ‘Migueli’ Bernardo Bianqueti (Fútbol Club Barcelona)
5-Antonio ‘Olmo’ Ramirez (Fútbol Club Barcelona)  
4-Secundino Suárez Alvarez Cundi (Real Sporting de Gijón)  
8-Angel Maria Villar Llona (Athletic Club de Bilbao)
6-Vicente ‘Del Bosque’ Gonzalez  (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) 
10-Juan Manuel ‘Asensi’ Ripoll (captain) (Fútbol Club Barcelona)  
7-Juan ‘Juanito‘Gomez Gonzalez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) (12-José Vicente ‘Sánchez’ Felip (Fútbol Club Barcelona)  85th)
9-Carlos ‘Santillana’ Alonso Gonzalez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)   (16-Rubén Cano Sáez (Club Atlético de Madrid)  88th)
11-Francisco Javier Alvarez Uría (Real Sporting de Gijón)  

Coach: Ladislao Kubala Stecz (Hungary/Spain)  
Booked: Antonio Olmo 34, Miguel Angel 72

Other Subs:
13- Francisco Javier Gonzalez ‘Urruticoechea’ (Real Club Deportivo Espanol-Barcelona)
14-Joaquin Alonso Gozalez (Real Sporting de Gijón)  
15- Enrique Moran Blanco (Real Sporting de Gijón)  
‘Victor’ Munoz Manrique (Real Zaragoza)


Photo From: Mundo Deportivo, October 5, 1978
(October 4, 1978, EC Qualifier, Yugoslavia  1-Spain 2)


Photo From: Mundo Deportivo, October 5, 1978
(October 4, 1978, EC Qualifier, Yugoslavia  1-Spain 2)


Photo From: Mondial, old series, issue 24, November 1978
(Spain squad, October 4, 1978, EC Qualifier, Yugoslavia 1-Spain 2)



International Head-to-Head match No. 11

October 10, 1979
Spain 0-Yugoslavia 1
UEFA European Championship Qualifying-Group 3      
Venue: Valencia, Estadio Luis Casanova    
Attendance: 40,000
Referee: Brian Robert McGinlay (Scotland)
Goalscorers:
(Spain): None
(Yugoslavia): Ivica Surjak 5
Lineups:
Spain:
1-Luis Maria ‘Arconada’ Echarri (Real Sociedad de Fútbol) 
2-Isidro San José Sanchez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
3-Miguel ‘Migueli’ Bernardo Bianqueti (Fútbol Club Barcelona)
5-José Ramon ‘Alexanco’ Ventosa (Athletic Club de Bilbao)  
4-Francisco Javier Alvarez Uría (Real Sporting de Gijón)  
8-Vicente ‘Del Bosque’ Gonzalez  (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) 
6-Angel Maria Villar Llona (Athletic Club de Bilbao)
10-Juan Manuel ‘Asensi’ Ripoll (captain) (Fútbol Club Barcelona)  
7-Daniel ‘Dani Ruiz’ Bazan Justa (Athletic Club de Bilbao) 
9-Enrique ‘Quini’ Castro Gonzalez  (Real Sporting de Gijón)  (15-Carlos ‘Santillana’ Alonso Gonzalez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)   46th)
11-Juan Carlos Heredia (Fútbol Club Barcelona)  

Coach: Ladislao Kubala Stecz (Hungary/Spain)  
Booked: Jose Ramon Alexanco 30, Isidro San José 81
Sent off: Jose Ramon Alexanco 68

Other Subs:
Francisco Javier Gonzalez ‘Urruticoechea’ (Real Club Deportivo Espanol-Barcelona)
Genaro Celayeta (Real Sociedad de Fútbol) 
Ricardo Penella Arias (Valencia Club de Fútbol)
Eugenio Leal (Club Atlético de Madrid)  
Manuel Mesa Quiros (Real Sporting de Gijón)  
Roberto ‘López Ufarte’ (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)

Yugoslavia:
1- Dragan Pantelic (Fudbalski Klub Radnicki-Nis)
2-Zoran Vujovic (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)    
6-Miso Krsticevic (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)    
4-Velimir Zajec (Nogometni Klub Dinamo- Zagreb)  
5-Boro Primorac (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)    
3-Vedran Rozic (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)   
7-Zlatko Vujovic (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)    
8-Milos Sestic (Fudbalski Klub Crvena zvezda (Red Star) -Beograd)   (13-Drazen Muzinic (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split) 75th)
9-Blaz Sliskovic (Fudbalski Klub Velez- Mostar)  
10-Safet Susic (Fudbalski Klub Sarajevo)
11-Ivica Surjak (captain) (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)   

Coach: Miljan Miljanic
Booked: Miso Krsticevic 73, Drazen Muzinic 77, Blaz Sliskovic 82
Sent off: Miso Krsticevic 90



Photo From: Todo Sobre La Seleccion Espanola, Felix Martialay, 2006
(Spain squad, October 10, 1970, EC Qualifier, Spain 0-Yugoslavia 1)






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