Thursday, June 1, 2017

Teams on Tour-Part 8 (Spain’s Tour of 1981)

In the summer of 1981, the Spanish National Team embarked on a Tour of the South American continent.
Spain were to host the 1982 World Cup on home soil and the Tour was an essential part of the preparation for the main event in a year’s time.
Spain had been managed since the end of the 1980 Euros by former Real Madrid star, the Uruguayan-born Jose Santamaria.
Besides relying on the usual Real Madrid/Barcelona axis, Santamaria’s team included many players from the Basque squad of Real Sociedad.
They had just won that season’s La Liga title (and would also win the 1982 title was well).
The Real Sociedad contingent was led by goalkeeper and Captain Luis Arconada (He captained the National Team as well).
Other Sociedad players included Pericho Alonso (father of Xabi Alonso), Jesus Satrustegui and Jesus Zamora.
The Real Madrid clan included veterans such as Jose Antonio Camacho, Carlos Santillana and the fiery Juanito.
Santamaria did not include Barcelona’s Enrique Castro ‘Quini’ in his squad, who had just gone through an ordeal of being taken hostage and released thankfully unharmed, but was in no physical nor mental state to be selected.
Players missing out on the Tour included Athletic Bilbao’s Dani Ruiz, Real Sociedad’s Roberto ‘López Ufarte’ and the Valencia pair of Daniel Solsona and Enrique Saura.
The Tour actually started on European soil, before departing to the Americas. On June 20th, Portugal hosted Spain in its first match of the Tour at Porto.
Santamaria was to be without Barcelona and Sporting Gijon players for this match as the squads were paired for the Final of the Copa del Rey on June 18th (Barcelona 3-Sporting Gijon 1).
As a result players such as Barcelona’s Jose Alexanco, Jose Sanchez and Gijon’s Antonio Maceda, Jimenez, Joaquin and Cundi missed this match.
Some of the absences may explain Spain’s sluggish display against their Iberian neighbors in a front of a low crowd.
The absences gave a chance to start for the likes of Marcos Alonso and the debutant Gerardo.
The Spaniards started better in the first half, but as the match wore on they grew tired and Portugal took advantage near the end.
Both teams had goal called off due to infractions. Portugal with Alves in the 40th minute and Spain with Juanito in the 44th.

Photo From : World Soccer , December 1981
(Gerardo and Manuel Fernandes, June 20, 1981, Portugal 2-Spain 0)

In the 80th minute, Portugal took the lead. A corner from Chalana was headed across by Sousa to Nene who scored.
With minutes remaining, Nogueira doubled the lead through an individual effort.
The Spaniards were disappointed as they felt they could have done better.
Jose Santamaria blamed the heat for Spain’s poor display.


Photo From: Don Balon (special thanks to Jose Luis Carbonell)
(June 20, 1981, Portugal 2-Spain 0)



Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer (special thanks to Jose Luis Carbonell)
(Portugal squad, June 20, 1981, Portugal 2-Spain 0)


Photo From : World Soccer, September 1981
(Jesus Satrustegui, June 20, 1981, Portugal 2-Spain 0)

Photo From : World Soccer, August 1981
(Juanito, June 20, 1981, Portugal 2-Spain 0)

In general it had been a somewhat inexperienced squad, in addition to Gerardo making his debut. Quique Ramos was making only his second appearance and Victor and Marcos Alonso were each making only their third.
Afterwards Spain flew to Mexico to officially begin its overseas tour. On June 23rd, in the Azteca, they met Mexico. Spain now had Alexanco and Joaquin back and their presence solidified the team.
Spain defeated Mexico (3-1) with a conviction that was lacking against Portugal and many credited the presence of the pair as a reason.



Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer (special thanks to Jose Luis Carbonell)
(Mexico squad, June 23, 1981, Mexcio 1-Spain 3)

Photo From : Marca, June 25, 1981
(June 23, 1981, Mexcio 1-Spain 3)

Spain took the lead through Juanito in the 28th minute.  He started the move that also included Joaquin and Zamora before completing the task. (Some sources show Satrustegui may have also been involved in the move).
He doubled Spain’s lead in the 46th minute. Joaquin sent Satrustegui through who then set up Juanito.
The Mexican players protested that Satrustegui was in an offside position but the goal stood.
Cundi made his only appearance of the tour by coming on in the second half for Gordillo, as did Montero who came on for Juanito in the 71st minute.
Mexico pulled a goal back in the 73rd minute after Arconada was adjudged to have fouled Hugo Sanchez. The future Real Madrid star made no mistake from the spot (He would be signed by Atletico Madrid that summer).
Montero sent Zamora through to score Spain’s third in the 83rd minute.
Five days later, Spain faced Venezuela at Caracas.
Spain were without Montero who had returned home after suffering an injury.
Spain did not impress but won comfortably against weak opposition. They took the lead in the 5th minute. Zamora’s cross was headed by Satrustegui towards Juanito who headed it in.


Photo From: Don Balon (special thanks to Jose Luis Carbonell)
(Jesus Zamora, June 28, 1981, Venezuela 0-Spain 2)

Photo From : Mondial, new series, issue 25, April 1982
(Jesus Satrustegui, June 28, 1981, Venezuela 0-Spain 2)



Spain doubled its lead in the 73rd minute after Zamora was fouled by Pacheco in the box. Jesus Satrustegui scored from the ensuing penalty kick.

Photo From : Marca, July 3, 1981
(Jesus Satrustegui scoring from the spot, June 28, 1981, Venezuela 0-Spain 2)


There was some controversy in the 70th when Juanito was substitued by Santillana. As he was walking off Juanito made an offensive gesture to the jeering fans.





Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer (special thanks to Jose Luis Carbonell)
(Venezuela squad, June 28, 1981, Venezuela 0-Spain 2)


Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer
(Spain squad, June 28, 1981, Venezuela 0-Spain 2)

Photo From : Mondial, new series, issue 25, April 1982
(Jesus Satrustegui, June 28, 1981, Venezuela 0-Spain 2)


After that Spain were off to Colombia to face the home team at Bogota’s’El Campin’ on July 2nd. In that match Colombia lined up its future Coaching Great Francisco ‘Pacho’ Maturana. 
It was an improved performance from the Spanish from their previous match. Most of the match was a stalemate. The Colombians took the lead in the 77th minute through Herrera (from a cross by Caicedo).


Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer (special thanks to Jose Luis Carbonell)
(Colombia squad, July 2, 1981, Colombia 1-Spain 1)

Photo From : Marca, July 4, 1981
(Juanito, July 2, 1981, Colombia 1-Spain 1)

Spain tied the match in the 86th minute. Alexanco’s free kick deflected off of  Herrera and went past Zape.
Santamaria expressed satisfaction from Spain’s performance.
Three days later on July 5th, Spain faced Chile at Santiago’s Estadio Nacional. The match was preceded with the hosts honoring their star Elias Figueroa.


Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer
(Chile squad, July 5, 1981, Chile 1-Spain 1)

Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer (special thanks to Jose Luis Carbonell)
(Spain squad, July 5, 1981, Chile 1-Spain 1)


It was a hard fought match that came to life only in the beginning stages. In the 7th minute, the hosts took the lead. Patricio Yanez’s cross from the right side was struck in from close range by Carlos Caszely.

Photo From: Estadio, Issue 1978, 1981
(July 5, 1981, Chile 1-Spain 1)


Spain tied the match in the 16th minute. Juanito sent in a cross that was headed across by Marcos Alonso and Satrustegui chipped it over Mario Osbén.
The performance of the Spanish defense was praised though the Chileans felt they should have won. Santamaria was satisfied and felt the match served a useful purpose for both teams. For the Spanish, it was a chance to test itself against South American opposition that they were likely to face in the World Cup and for the Chileans it was also a chance to meet European opposition and prepare for the World Cup.


Photo From: Estadio, Issue 1978, 1981
(July 5, 1981, Chile 1-Spain 1)

Photo From: Estadio, Issue 1978, 1981
(July 5, 1981, Chile 1-Spain 1)


Photo From: Estadio, Issue 1978, 1981
(July 5, 1981, Chile 1-Spain 1)

Photo From: Estadio, Issue 1978, 1981
(July 5, 1981, Chile 1-Spain 1)


Photo From: Estadio, Issue 1978, 1981
(July 5, 1981, Chile 1-Spain 1)

Photo From: Estadio, Issue 1978, 1981
(July 5, 1981, Chile 1-Spain 1)


The top-billing match of the Tour was saved for last. Brazil were to host Spain at Salvador on July 8th.
Tele Santana’s Brazil were in confident mood, having just returned from a successful tour of Europe (wins over England, France and West Germany).
According to most observers, despite the loss (0-1), this was Spain’s best performance of the Tour. Spain had many chances in the early going and held their own against a strong Brazilian side led by Zico and Socrates.


Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer (special thanks to Jose Luis Carbonell)
(Teams entering the field, July 8, 1981, Brazil 1-Spain 0)


Photo From: Placar, Issue 583, July 17, 1981
(Spain and Brazil squads, July 8, 1981, Brazil 1-Spain 0)


Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer
(Spain squad, July 8, 1981, Brazil 1-Spain 0)

Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer
(Spain squad, July 8, 1981, Brazil 1-Spain 0)

Brazil scored the winner in the 48th minute. Eder’s corner from the left side was headed in by Baltazar (the future Atletico Madrid Pichichi, 1988/89).
Spain’s Tour ended with this loss as Spain headed back home with the hope that the Tour would help with their future prospects.


Photo From: Placar, Issue 583, July 17, 1981
(July 8, 1981, Brazil 1-Spain 0)

Photo From: Placar, Issue 583, July 17, 1981
(Perivaldo and Juanito, July 8, 1981, Brazil 1-Spain 0)


Six matches were played in less than a month to replicate World Cup Finals conditions.
Three players did not get to make an appearance on this Tour: back up goalkeeper Javier Urruticoechea, Antonio Maceda and Manuel Jimenez.
The majority of the players on this Tour did make the 1982 Finals squad. The only exceptions were Cundi, Marcos Alonso, Quique Ramos, Moran and Montero.
Santamaria had settled on the backbone of the team featuring Arconada, Camacho, Tendillo, Alexanco, Gordillo, Zamora, Satrustegui, Pericho Alonso and Juanito.
A rested and settled Quini was waiting in the wings and by the time of the World Cup, Real Sociedad’s Lopez Ufarte would also feature prominently.
It was also obvious that Juanito was a crucial element despite his temper.
In addition to the incident with the fans in the Venezuela match, it was reported that during the tour he had feuded with Arconada and Zamora.
However, he was indispensable to Santamaria’s Spain and a source of goals. Juanito would sadly be killed in a car accident in 1992, as would Javier Urruticoechea in 2001.
In retrospect this Tour did indicate Spain’s potential. The team’s performance in this Tour had not exactly impressed their faithful.
This Spanish squad was not a Team that could win a World Cup and the results the following year bore that out.
Spain’s performance was at the time once of the worst by a host Nation and in the end playing at home was more of a negative pressure than an inducement.




The selected squad for the Tour:
Goalkeepers:
Luis Maria ‘Arconada’ Echarri (captain) (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)
Francisco Javier Gonzalez ‘Urruticoechea’ (Real Club Deportivo Espanol-Barcelona

Defenders/ Midfielders / Strikers:
Jose Antonio ‘Camacho’ Alfaro (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
Miguel ‘Tendillo’ Belenguer (Valencia Club de Fútbol)
‘Gerardo’ Miranda Concepcion (Union Deportivo Las Palmas)
Jose Ramon ‘Alexanco’ Ventosa (Fútbol Club Barcelona)
Jose Vicente ‘Sánchez’ Felip (Fútbol Club Barcelona)
Manuel ‘Jimenez’ Jimenez (Real Sporting de Gijón) 
Antonio ‘Maceda’ Frances (Real Sporting de Gijón) 
‘Victor’ Munoz Manrique (Real Zaragoza)
Rafael ‘Gordillo’ Vazquez (Real Betis Balompié-Sevilla)
Secundio ‘Cundi’ Suarez Alvarez (Real Sporting de Gijón)
‘Joaquin’ Alonso Gonzalez (Real Sporting de Gijón) 
‘Marcos’ Alonso Pena (Club Atlético de Madrid)
Enrique ‘Quique Ramos’ Gonzalez (Atletico Madrid)
Miguel Angel ‘Perico Alonso’ Oyarbide (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)
Jesus Maria ‘Zamora’ Ansorena (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)        
Jesus Maria ‘Satrustegui’ Azpiroz (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)
Enrique ‘Moran’ Blanco (Real Betis Balompié-Sevilla)
Juan ‘Juanito‘Gomez Gonzalez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
Carlos ‘Santillana’ Alonso Gonzalez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
Enrique ‘Montero’ Rodriguez  (Sevilla Fútbol Club)

Coach: Jose Emilio ‘Santamaria’ Iglesias



The Matches on Tour:


Date: June 20, 1981
Competition: Friendly
Result: Portugal 2-Spain 0
Venue: Porto- Estadio das Antas 
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Marcel Bacou (France)      
Linesmen: Bourgeois (France), Jannot (France)
Goalscorers:
(Portugal): Nene 80, Nogueira 86
(Spain): None
Lineups:
Portugal:
Manuel Galrinho Bento (Sport Lisboa e Benfica)  (Antonio Jose Oliveira Meireles ‘Tibi’ (Futebol Clube do Porto) 46th)
Carlos Antonio Fonseca Simoes (Futebol Clube do Porto)
Gabriel Azevedo Mendes (Futebol Clube do Porto)     
Eurico Monteiro Gomes (Sporting Clube de Portugal-Lisboa)   (Amilcar Lopes da Fonseca (Clube de Futebol ´Os Belenenses`-Lisboa) 80th)
Minervino José Lopes Pietra (Sport Lisboa e Benfica)  (Antônio José Lima Pereira (Futebol Clube do Porto)  46th)          
Carlos Manuel Correia dos Santos (Sport Lisboa e Benfica) (Antonio Manuel Costa Nogueira’ (Clube de Futebol ´Os Belenenses`-Lisboa)  46th)
Sheu Han (Sport Lisboa e Benfica)
Joao Antonio Ferreira Resende Alves  (Sport Lisboa e Benfica) (Antonio Augusto Gomes de Sousa (Futebol Clube do Porto) 46th)          
José Alberto Costa (Futebol Clube do Porto)
Tamagnini Gomes Baptista Nené (Sport Lisboa e Benfica)
Manuel Jose Tavares Fernandes (Sporting Clube de Portugal-Lisboa)  (Fernando Albino de Sousa Chalana (Sport Lisboa e Benfica) 67th)

Coach: Julio Cernadas Pereira ‘Juca’

Team Captain: Tamagnini Gomes Baptista Nené
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas
Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, White Shorts, ??  Socks

Spain:  
Luis Maria ‘Arconada’ Echarri  (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)
Jose Antonio ‘Camacho’ Alfaro (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
Miguel ‘Tendillo’ Belenguer (Valencia Club de Fútbol)
‘Gerardo’ Miranda Concepcion (Union Deportivo Las Palmas)
‘Victor’ Munoz Manrique (Real Zaragoza)
Rafael ‘Gordillo’ Vazquez (Real Betis Balompié-Sevilla)
‘Marcos’ Alonso Pena (Club Atlético de Madrid) (Enrique ‘Quique Ramos’ Gonzalez (Atletico Madrid) 69th)
Miguel Angel ‘Perico Alonso’ Oyarbide (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)
Jesus Maria ‘Zamora’ Ansorena (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)        
Jesus Maria ‘Satrustegui’ Azpiroz (Real Sociedad de Fútbol) (Enrique ‘Moran’ Blanco (Real Betis Balompié-Sevilla) 46th )
Juan ‘Juanito‘Gomez Gonzalez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) (Carlos ‘Santillana’ Alonso Gonzalez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) 46th)

Coach: Jose Emilio ‘Santamaria’ Iglesias
Other Substitutes:
Francisco Javier Gonzalez ‘Urruticoechea’ (Real Club Deportivo Espanol-Barcelona
Enrique ‘Montero’ Rodriguez  (Sevilla Fútbol Club)


Team Captain: Luis Maria ‘Arconada’ Echarri 
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas
Uniform Colors: Blue Shirts, Blue Shorts, Black Socks




Date: June 23, 1981
Competition: Friendly
Result: Mexico 1-Spain 3
Venue: Mexico City –Estadio Azteca
Attendance: 50,000
Referee: Daniel Matovinovic (Yugoslavia)
Goalscorers:
(Mexico): Hugo Sanchez 73 pen
(Spain): Juanito 28, 46, Jesus Zamora 83
Lineups:
Mexico:
Francisco Castrejon
José Luis Aldrete
Gustavo Vargas
Juan Manuel Alvarez
Pablo Luna
José Luis Lopez (Tomas Boy 46th)
Manuel Manzo (Mario Hernandez 46th)
Leonardo Cuéllar
Manuel Negrete
Ricardo Castro (Jaime Pajarito 59th)
Hugo Sanchez

Coach: Raúl Cárdenas

Team Captain:
Official Kit Supplier/Designer:
Uniform Colors: White Shirts, Red Shorts, ??? Socks

Spain:  
Luis Maria ‘Arconada’ Echarri  (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)
Jose Antonio ‘Camacho’ Alfaro (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
Miguel ‘Tendillo’ Belenguer (Valencia Club de Fútbol)
Jose Ramon ‘Alexanco’ Ventosa (Fútbol Club Barcelona)
Rafael ‘Gordillo’ Vazquez (Real Betis Balompié-Sevilla) (Secundio ‘Cundi’ Suarez Alvarez (Real Sporting de Gijón) 46th)
‘Joaquin’ Alonso Gonzalez (Real Sporting de Gijón) 
Juan ‘Juanito‘Gomez Gonzalez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) (Enrique ‘Montero’ Rodriguez  (Sevilla Fútbol Club) 71st)
‘Victor’ Munoz Manrique (Real Zaragoza) (Miguel Angel ‘Perico Alonso’ Oyarbide (Real Sociedad de Fútbol) 57th)
‘Marcos’ Alonso Pena (Club Atlético de Madrid)       
Jesus Maria ‘Zamora’ Ansorena (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)        
Jesus Maria ‘Satrustegui’ Azpiroz (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)

Coach: Jose Emilio ‘Santamaria’ Iglesias
Other Substitutes:
Francisco Javier Gonzalez ‘Urruticoechea’ (Real Club Deportivo Espanol-Barcelona
‘Gerardo’ Miranda Concepcion (Union Deportivo Las Palmas)
Jose Vicente ‘Sánchez’ Felip (Fútbol Club Barcelona)
Manuel ‘Jimenez’ Jimenez (Real Sporting de Gijón) 
Antonio ‘Maceda’ Frances (Real Sporting de Gijón) 
Enrique ‘Quique Ramos’ Gonzalez (Atletico Madrid)
Enrique ‘Moran’ Blanco (Real Betis Balompié-Sevilla)
Carlos ‘Santillana’ Alonso Gonzalez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)

Team Captain: Luis Maria ‘Arconada’ Echarri 
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas
Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, Blue Shorts, Black Socks







Date: June 28, 1981
Competition: Friendly
Result: Venezuela 0-Spain 2
Venue: Caracas -Estadio Olímpico de la Universidad Central de Venezuela   
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Guillermo ‘Chato’ Velasquez (Colombia)
Linesmen: Pasquale and Fiorenza
Goalscorers:
(Venezuela): None
(Spain): Juanito 5, Jesus Satrustegui 73 pen
Lineups:
Venezuela:
Vicente Vega,
Pacheco
Pedro Acosta
Pedro Castro
Emilio Campos
Jose Luis Castrillo
Pedro Febles (Iriarte 75th)
Nelson Carrero (marcano 60th)
Bernardo Anor
Regueiro (Ernesto Chacon 76th)
Vicente Flores

Coach: Luis Mendoza
Booked: Vicente Flores 60th

Team Captain:
Official Kit Supplier/Designer:
Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, White Shorts, White Socks

Spain:  
Luis Maria ‘Arconada’ Echarri  (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)
Jose Antonio ‘Camacho’ Alfaro (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
Miguel ‘Tendillo’ Belenguer (Valencia Club de Fútbol)
Jose Ramon ‘Alexanco’ Ventosa (Fútbol Club Barcelona)
Rafael ‘Gordillo’ Vazquez (Real Betis Balompié-Sevilla)                           
‘Joaquin’ Alonso Gonzalez (Real Sporting de Gijón) 
Miguel Angel ‘Perico Alonso’ Oyarbide (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)
Jesus Maria ‘Zamora’ Ansorena (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)        
Jesus Maria ‘Satrustegui’ Azpiroz (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)
Juan ‘Juanito‘Gomez Gonzalez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) (Carlos ‘Santillana’ Alonso Gonzalez  (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) 70th)
‘Marcos’ Alonso Pena (Club Atlético de Madrid) (Jose Vicente ‘Sánchez’ Felip (Fútbol Club Barcelona) 60th)

Coach: Jose Emilio ‘Santamaria’ Iglesias
Other Substitutes:
Francisco Javier Gonzalez ‘Urruticoechea’ (Real Club Deportivo Espanol-Barcelona
‘Gerardo’ Miranda Concepcion (Union Deportivo Las Palmas)
Secundio ‘Cundi’ Suarez Alvarez (Real Sporting de Gijón)
Manuel ‘Jimenez’ Jimenez (Real Sporting de Gijón) 
Antonio ‘Maceda’ Frances (Real Sporting de Gijón) 
‘Victor’ Munoz Manrique (Real Zaragoza)
Enrique ‘Quique Ramos’ Gonzalez (Atletico Madrid)
Enrique ‘Moran’ Blanco (Real Betis Balompié-Sevilla)
Enrique ‘Montero’ Rodriguez  (Sevilla Fútbol Club) (injured, returned home)


Team Captain: Luis Maria ‘Arconada’ Echarri 
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas
Uniform Colors: Blue Shirts, Blue Shorts, Black Socks



Date: July 2, 1981
Competition: Friendly
Result: Colombia 1-Spain 1
Venue: Bogotá, Estadio Nemesio Camacho 'El Campín'
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Vicente Llobregat Vicedo (Venezuela)
Goalscorers:
(Colombia): Herrera 77
(Spain): Jose Ramon ‘Alexanco’ Ventosa 86
Lineups:
Colombia:
Pedro Zape
Hugo Valencia,
Astolfo Romero
Francisco Maturana
Jorge Porras
Henry Otero ( Rios 51st)
Juan Caicedo
Pedro Sarmiento (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí))           (Peloso 70th)
Hernan Dario Herrera (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí))
Angel Maria Torres
Eduardo Emilio Vilarete (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí))

Coach: Carlos Salvador Bilardo (Argentina)
Booked: Sarmiento 24th. Herrera 52nd

Team Captain:
Official Kit Supplier/Designer:
Uniform Colors: White Shirts with a diagonal stripe (yellow/blue/red) across, White Shorts, White Socks
Note: Peloso could possibly be Fernando ‘Pecoso’ Castro, Some sources also refer as Pelufo

Spain:  
Luis Maria ‘Arconada’ Echarri  (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)
Jose Antonio ‘Camacho’ Alfaro (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
Miguel ‘Tendillo’ Belenguer (Valencia Club de Fútbol)
Jose Ramon ‘Alexanco’ Ventosa (Fútbol Club Barcelona)
Rafael ‘Gordillo’ Vazquez (Real Betis Balompié-Sevilla)                           
‘Joaquin’ Alonso Gonzalez (Real Sporting de Gijón)  (Jose Vicente ‘Sánchez’ Felip (Fútbol Club Barcelona) 67th)
Miguel Angel ‘Perico Alonso’ Oyarbide (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)
Jesus Maria ‘Zamora’ Ansorena (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)        
Jesus Maria ‘Satrustegui’ Azpiroz (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)
Juan ‘Juanito‘Gomez Gonzalez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)        
‘Marcos’ Alonso Pena (Club Atlético de Madrid)  (Carlos ‘Santillana’ Alonso Gonzalez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) 57th)

Coach: Jose Emilio ‘Santamaria’ Iglesias
Booked: Miguel Tendillo 41st, Joaquin 64th
Other Substitutes:
Francisco Javier Gonzalez ‘Urruticoechea’ (Real Club Deportivo Espanol-Barcelona
‘Gerardo’ Miranda Concepcion (Union Deportivo Las Palmas)
Secundio ‘Cundi’ Suarez Alvarez (Real Sporting de Gijón)
Manuel ‘Jimenez’ Jimenez (Real Sporting de Gijón) 
Antonio ‘Maceda’ Frances (Real Sporting de Gijón) 
‘Victor’ Munoz Manrique (Real Zaragoza)
Enrique ‘Quique Ramos’ Gonzalez (Atletico Madrid)
Enrique ‘Moran’ Blanco (Real Betis Balompié-Sevilla)

Team Captain: Luis Maria ‘Arconada’ Echarri 
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas
Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, Blue Shorts, Black Socks




Date: July 5, 1981
Competition: Friendly
Result: Chile 1-Spain 1
Venue: Santiago -Estadio Nacional
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Jorge Eduardo Romero (Argentina)
Goalscorers:
(Chile): Carlos Humberto Caszely 7
(Spain): Jesus Satrustegui 16
Lineups:
Chile:
22-Mario Osbén (Club Social y Deportivo Colo Colo-Santiago)
2-Lizardo Antonio Garrido (Club Social y Deportivo Colo Colo-Santiago)
3-René Valenzuela (Club Deportivo Universidad Católica-Santiago)
4-Mario Soto Benavides (Club de Deportes Cobreloa -Calama)
5-Vladimir Bigorra (Corporación de Fútbol Profesional Universidad de Chile-Santiago)
18-Carlos Rivas (Club Social y Deportivo Colo Colo-Santiago) (14-Orlando Mondaca (Corporación de Fútbol Profesional Universidad de Chile-Santiago) 66th)
6-Rodolfo Dubó (Club Deportivo Palestino-Santiago)
10-Miguel Angel Neira (Club Deportivo Universidad Católica-Santiago)
17-Patricio Nazario Yánez (Club de Deportes San Luís -Quillota) (15-Oscar Herrera (Club Deportes Naval de Talcahuano) 79th)
9-Carlos Humberto Caszely (Club Social y Deportivo Colo Colo-Santiago)
11-Gustavo Moscoso (Club Deportivo Universidad Católica-Santiago)

Coach: Luis Santibáñez
Booked: Carlos Humberto Caszely 56th

Team Captain: Carlos Humberto Caszely
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas
Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, Blue Shorts, White Socks

Spain:  
1- Luis Maria ‘Arconada’ Echarri  (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)
2-Jose Antonio ‘Camacho’ Alfaro (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
5-
Miguel ‘Tendillo’ Belenguer (Valencia Club de Fútbol)
6-Jose Ramon ‘Alexanco’ Ventosa (Fútbol Club Barcelona)
3-
Rafael ‘Gordillo’ Vazquez (Real Betis Balompié-Sevilla)                           
8-‘Joaquin’ Alonso Gonzalez (Real Sporting de Gijón) 
4-Miguel Angel ‘Perico Alonso’ Oyarbide (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)
10-Jesus Maria ‘Zamora’ Ansorena (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)        
9-Jesus Maria ‘Satrustegui’ Azpiroz (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)
7-Juan ‘Juanito‘Gomez Gonzalez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
11-‘Marcos’ Alonso Pena (Club Atlético de Madrid)       

Coach: Jose Emilio ‘Santamaria’ Iglesias
Booked: Jose Antonio Camacho 26th, Jose Alexanco 65th
Other Substitutes:
Francisco Javier Gonzalez ‘Urruticoechea’ (Real Club Deportivo Espanol-Barcelona
‘Gerardo’ Miranda Concepcion (Union Deportivo Las Palmas)
Secundio ‘Cundi’ Suarez Alvarez (Real Sporting de Gijón)
Manuel ‘Jimenez’ Jimenez (Real Sporting de Gijón) 
Antonio ‘Maceda’ Frances (Real Sporting de Gijón) 
Jose Vicente ‘Sánchez’ Felip (Fútbol Club Barcelona)
‘Victor’ Munoz Manrique (Real Zaragoza)
Enrique ‘Quique Ramos’ Gonzalez (Atletico Madrid)
Enrique ‘Moran’ Blanco (Real Betis Balompié-Sevilla)
Carlos ‘Santillana’ Alonso Gonzalez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)

Team Captain: Luis Maria ‘Arconada’ Echarri 
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Uniform Colors: Blue Shirts, Blue Shorts, Black Socks




Date: July 8, 1981
Competition: Friendly
Result: Brazil 1-Spain 0
Venue: Salvador - Estádio da Fonte Nova
Attendance: 74,089
Referee: Clive Bradley White (England)
Linesmen: Henning (West Germany), Michel Vautrot (France)
Goalscorers:
(Brazil): Baltazar 48
(Spain): None
Lineups:
Brazil:
1-Valdir de Arruda Peres  (São Paulo Futebol Clube- São Paulo) (22-CarlosRoberto Gallo (Associação Atlética Ponte Preta- São Paulo) 77th)
2-Getúlio
Costa de Oliveira  (São Paulo Futebol Clube- São Paulo)  (13-Perivaldo Lucio Dantas  (Botafogo de Futebol e Regatas- Rio de Janeiro) 46th)
3-Alcides Fonseca Junior Juninho (Associação Atlética Ponte Preta- São Paulo)
4-Luiz Carlos Ferreira Luizinho (Clube Atlético Mineiro- Belo Horizonte) (14-Edino Nazareth Filho Edinho (Fluminense Football Club- Rio de Janeiro) 73rd )
6-Leovegildo Lins Gama Júnior (Clube de Regatas Flamengo- Rio de Janeiro)       
5-Antonio Carlos Toninho Cerezo’ (Clube Atlético Mineiro- Belo Horizonte) 
8- Sócrates Brasileiro Sampaio de Souza Vieira de Oliveira (Sport Club Corinthians Paulista- São Paulo)
7-’Paulo Isidoro’ de Jesus (Grêmio Foot-Ball Porto Alegrense) 
10-Artur Antunes Coimbra Zico (Clube de Regatas Flamengo- Rio de Janeiro)
9-BaltazarMaria de Moraís Júnior  (Grêmio Foot-Ball Porto Alegrense) 
11-ÉderAleixo de Assis (Clube Atlético Mineiro- Belo Horizonte)  

Coach: Tele Santana

Team Captain: Socrates
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Topper
Uniform Colors: Yellow Shirts, Blue Shorts, White Socks

Spain:  
1- Luis Maria ‘Arconada’ Echarri  (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)
2-Jose Antonio ‘Camacho’ Alfaro (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
5-
Miguel ‘Tendillo’ Belenguer (Valencia Club de Fútbol)
6-Jose Ramon ‘Alexanco’ Ventosa (Fútbol Club Barcelona)
3-
Rafael ‘Gordillo’ Vazquez (Real Betis Balompié-Sevilla)                           
8-‘Joaquin’ Alonso Gonzalez (Real Sporting de Gijón) 
4-Miguel Angel ‘Perico Alonso’ Oyarbide (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)
10-Jesus Maria ‘Zamora’ Ansorena (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)        
7-Juan ‘Juanito‘Gomez Gonzalez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
9-Jesus Maria ‘Satrustegui’ Azpiroz (Real Sociedad de Fútbol) (19-Carlos ‘Santillana’ Alonso Gonzalez  (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) 46th)
11-Jose Vicente ‘Sánchez’ Felip (Fútbol Club Barcelona)

Coach: Jose Emilio ‘Santamaria’ Iglesias
Other Substitutes:
Francisco Javier Gonzalez ‘Urruticoechea’ (Real Club Deportivo Espanol-Barcelona
‘Gerardo’ Miranda Concepcion (Union Deportivo Las Palmas)
Secundio ‘Cundi’ Suarez Alvarez (Real Sporting de Gijón)
Manuel ‘Jimenez’ Jimenez (Real Sporting de Gijón) 
Antonio ‘Maceda’ Frances (Real Sporting de Gijón) 
 ‘Victor’ Munoz Manrique (Real Zaragoza)
Enrique ‘Quique Ramos’ Gonzalez (Atletico Madrid)
Enrique ‘Moran’ Blanco (Real Betis Balompié-Sevilla)
‘Marcos’ Alonso Pena (Club Atlético de Madrid)       

Team Captain: Luis Maria ‘Arconada’ Echarri 
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, Blue Shorts, Black Socks


References:
Estadio, Issue 1978, 1981
MARCA, June 2, 1981
MARCA, June 5, 1981
MARCA, June 9, 1981
MARCA, July 3, 1981
MARCA, July 4, 1981
MARCA, July 6, 1981
MARCA, July 9, 1981
Mondial, new series, issue 25, April 1982
Placar, Issue 581, July 3, 1981
Placar, Issue 583, July 17, 1981
Todo Sobre La Seleccion Espanola, Felix Martialay, 2006
World Soccer, August 1981
World Soccer, September 1981 

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