Friday, July 14, 2017

Compendium to Luis Suarez Article-Part 4 (Year 1991)


Luis Suarez managed match No. 24

Date: January 14, 1991
Competition: Friendly
Result: Spain 1-Portugal 1
Venue: Castellón de la Plana, Estadio Nuevo Castalia
Attendance: 12,300
Referee: Arcangelo Pezzela (Italy)
Linesmen: Cardona and Luci (Italy)
Goalscorers:
(Spain): Gabriel Moya 71st 
(Portugal): Oceano Cruz 37th
Summary of goals:
0:1 (37th minute, Portugal): Paolo Futre sent Oceano Cruz through on the right side and he scored from a narrow angle.
1:1 (71st minute, Spain): Francisco Villaroya crossed from the left side. The ball went over the head of a Spanish player and hit a Portuguese defender who inadvertently defected the ball in the path of Gabriel Moya who scored.
Lineups:
Spain:
1-Andoni ‘Zubizarreta’ Urreta (Fútbol Club Barcelona) (13-Juan Carlos ‘Abladeno’ Iglesias (Real Sporting de Gijón) 83rd)
3-Enrique ‘Quique’ Sanchez Flores (Valencia Club de Fútbol)  
2-Rafael ‘Alkorta’ Martinez (Athletic Club de Bilbao) (14-Fernando ‘Nando’ Munoz Garcia (Fútbol Club Barcelona) 46th)
4-Fernando Ruiz Hierro (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
5-‘Manuel Sanchis’ Hontiyuelo (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
6- ‘Roberto’ Fernandez  Bonillo (Valencia Club de Fútbol)   (16-Juan Antonio ‘Martin Dominguez’ (Club Atlético Osasuna) 46th)  
7- Manuel ‘Manolo’ Sanchez Delgado (Club Atlético de Madrid) (17-Gabriel Moya (Real Valladolid Club de Fútbol) 53rd)
8- José Miguel ‘Michel’ Martín del Campo (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) (15-Guillermo ‘Amor’ Martinez (Fútbol Club Barcelona) 46th)  
9-‘Emilio Butragueno’ Santos (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)(12-‘Carlos’ Antonio Munoz Cobo (Real Oviedo Club de Futbol) 46th)
11-Juan Antonio ‘Goicoechea’ Lasa (Fútbol Club Barcelona) (18-Francisco Javier Perez Villaroya (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) 46th)
10-‘Juan Vizcaino’ Morcillo (Club Atlético de Madrid)

Coach: Luis ‘Suarez’ Miramontes
Booked: Quique Flores 56th
Other Substitutes:
None

Team Captain: ‘Emilio Butragueňo’ Santos
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Le Coq Sportif
Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, Blue Shorts, Black Socks

Portugal:
1-Vitor Manuel Martins Baia (Futebol Clube do Porto) (12- Silvino de Almeida Louro (Sport Lisboa e Benfica) 46th)
2-João Domingos Silva Pinto (Futebol Clube do Porto)                            
3-José Martins Leal (Sporting Clube de Portugal-Lisboa)
4-Pedro Manuel Regateiro Venancio (Sporting Clube de Portugal-Lisboa)
5-Antonio August da Silva Veloso (Sport Lisboa e Benfica)
6- Oceano Andrade da Cruz (Sporting Clube de Portugal-Lisboa)
7-Vitor Manuel da Costa Araujo ‘Paneira’ (Sport Lisboa e Benfica)  (14-Carlos Jorge Marques Caldas Xavier (Sporting Clube de Portugal-Lisboa) 83rd)
11-Antonio Santos Ferreira André (Futebol Clube do Porto)  (15-Manuel Antonio Couto Guimaraes ‘Nelo’ (Boavista Futebol Clube- Porto) 66th)
9-Jose Rui Lopes Aguas (Sport Lisboa e Benfica) (16-Jorge Paulo Cadete Santos Reis (Sporting Clube de Portugal-Lisboa) 59th)
10-Paulo Jorge dos Santos Futre (Club Atlético de Madrid / Spain)   (17-António José de Azevedo Pereira ‘Toze’ (Sport Clube Beira Mar) 88th)
8-Paulo Manuel Carvalho Sousa (Sport Lisboa e Benfica)

Coach: Arthur Jorge Braga de Melo  Teixeira
Booked: Antonio André 65th
Other Substitutes:
13- Paulo Sérgio Braga Madeira (Sport Lisboa e Benfica)
18- Domingos Jose Paciencia Oliveira (Futebol Clube do Porto)

Team Captain: João Domingos Silva Pinto 
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas
Uniform Colors: White Shirts, White Shorts, White Socks


Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 25, February 1991
(Guillermo Amor and Antonio Andre, January 14, 1991, Spain 1-Portugal 1)


Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 25, February 1991
(Fernando Hierro heading, January 14, 1991, Spain 1-Portugal 1)

Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 25, February 1991
(Spain squad, January 14, 1991, Spain 1-Portugal 1)




Luis Suarez managed match No. 25

Date: February 20, 1991
Competition: UEFA European Championship Qualifier-Group 1
Result: France 3-Spain 1
Venue: Paris -Parc des Princes
Attendance: 41,174
Referee: Tulio Lanese (Italy)
Linesmen: Magni and Cinciripini (iatly)
Goalscorers:
(France): Franck Sauzee 14th, Jean-Pierre Papin 58th, Laurent Blanc 77th 
(Spain): Jose Maria Bakero 10th
Summary of goals:
0:1 (10th minute, Spain): Michel crossed into the box from the right side. Jose Maria Bakero trapped and shot past Bruno Martini.
1:1 (14th minute, France): Jean-Phillipe Durand took a free kick from the left side that was headed in by Franck Sauzee.
2:1 (58th minute, France): From the right side Manuel Amoros crossed into the box, and Jean-Pierre Papin scored with an overhead kick.
3:1 (77th minute, France): Pascal Vahirua took a free kick from the left side that was headed in by Laurent Blanc.
Lineups:
France:
1-Bruno Martini (Association de la Jeunesse Auxerroise) 
2-Manuel Amoros (Olympique de Marseille) 
4-Basile Boli (Olympique de Marseille) 
5-Laurent Blanc (Montpellier-Hérault Sports Club) 
3-Bernard Casoni (Olympique de Marseille) 
8-Frank Sauzee (Association Sportive de Monaco) 
6-Bernard Pardo (Olympique de Marseille)  (15-Luis Fernandez (Association Sportive de Cannes Football) 51st)
7-Jean-Philippe Durand (Girondins de Bordeaux Football Club)
9-Jean-Pierre Papin (Olympique de Marseille) 
11-Eric Cantona (Olympique de Marseille) 
10-Pascal Vahirua (Association de la Jeunesse Auxerroise) (13-Didier Deschamps (Girondins de Bordeaux Football Club)  82nd)

Coach: Michel Platini
Booked: Bernard Casoni 17th, Bernard Pardo 43rd
Other Substitutes:
16-Gilles Rousset (Olympique Lyonnais)
12-Jocelyn Angloma (Paris Saint-Germain Football Club)
14-Christophe Cocard (Association de la Jeunesse Auxerroise)

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

Spain:
1- Andoni ‘Zubizarreta’ Urreta (Fútbol Club Barcelona)  
3- Enrique ‘Quique’ Sanchez Flores (Valencia Club de Fútbol)  
2- Fernando  ‘Nando’ Munoz Garcia (Fútbol Club Barcelona) 
4- Juan Francisco ‘Juanito’ Rodriguez Herrera (Club Atlético de Madrid) 
5-‘Manuel Sanchis’ Hontiyuelo (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) 
8- José Miguel ‘Michel’ Martín del Campo (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
10- Guillermo ‘Amor’ Martinez (Fútbol Club Barcelona)  
11-‘Juan Vizcaino’ Morcillo (Club Atlético de Madrid) (14-Miguel ‘Soler’ Sarasols (Fútbol Club Barcelona) 60th)
9-‘Emilio Butragueno’ Santos (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) (16-Manuel ‘Manolo’ Sanchez Delgado (Club Atlético de Madrid) 74th)
6- Jose Maria ‘Bakero’ Escudero (Fútbol Club Barcelona) 
7- Juan Antonio ‘Goicoechea’ Lasa (Fútbol Club Barcelona) 

Coach: Luis ‘Suarez’ Miramontes
Booked: Juan Vizacaino 44
Other Substitutes:
13-Juan Carlos ‘Abladeno’ Iglesias (Real Sporting de Gijón)
12-Rafael ‘Alkorta’ Martinez (Athletic Club de Bilbao)
15-Carlos’ Antonio Munoz Cobo (Real Oviedo Club de Futbol)

Team Captain: ‘Emilio Butragueňo’ Santos
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Le Coq Sportif
Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, Blue Shorts, Black Socks

For More Detail, see:


Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 26, March 1991
(Team captains Manuel Amoros and Emilio Butragueno,  February 20, 1991, EC Qualifier, France 3-Spain 1)



Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 26, March 1991
(Emilio Butragueňo and Basile Boli, February 20, 1991, EC Qualifier, France 3-Spain 1)



Photo From: France Football, Issue 2342, February 26, 1991
(February 20, 1991, EC Qualifier, France 3-Spain 1)


Photo From: France Football, Issue 2342, February 26, 1991
(Franck Sauzee and Juan Vizcaino, February 20, 1991, EC Qualifier, France 3-Spain 1)



Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 26, March 1991
(Franck Sauzee scoring the equalizer, February 20, 1991, EC Qualifier, France 3-Spain 1)



Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 26, March 1991
(Jean-Pierre Papin, February 20, 1991, EC Qualifier, France 3-Spain 1)



Photo From: France Football, Issue 2342, February 26, 1991
(Jean-Pierre Papin scoring, February 20, 1991, EC Qualifier, France 3-Spain 1)



Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 26, March 1991
(Juan Goicoetchea between Manuel Amoros and Luis Fernandez, February 20, 1991, EC Qualifier, France 3-Spain 1)


Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 26, March 1991
(Pascal Vahirua, February 20, 1991, EC Qualifier, France 3-Spain 1)



Photo From: World Soccer, April 1991
(Jean-Pierre Papin and Manuel Sanchis, February 20, 1991, EC Qualifier, France 3-Spain 1)


Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 26, March 1991
(Jean-Pierre Papin, February 20, 1991, EC Qualifier, France 3-Spain 1)



Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 26, March 1991
(Andoni Zubizaretta after Papin’s goal, February 20, 1991, EC Qualifier, France 3-Spain 1)



Photo From: France Football, Issue 2342, February 26, 1991
(Laurent Blanc scoring past Andoni Zubizaretta, February 20, 1991, EC Qualifier, France 3-Spain 1)



Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 26, March 1991
(France squad, February 20, 1991, EC Qualifier, France 3-Spain 1)

Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer (special thanks to Jose Luis Carbonell)
(Spain squad, February 20, 1991, EC Qualifier, France 3-Spain 1)


 
Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer (special thanks to Jose Luis Carbonell)
(Spain squad, February 20, 1991, EC Qualifier, France 3-Spain 1)



Luis Suarez managed match No. 26

Date: March 27, 1991
Competition: Friendly
Result: Spain 2-Hungary 4
Venue: Santander-Esadio El Sardinero
Attendance: 21,000
Referee: Arturo Martino (Switzerland)
Linesmen: Jean-Claude Tagliabue and Walter Schar (Switzerland)
Goalscorers:
(Spain): Manolo 43rd pen, Carlos 83rd
(Hungary): Jozef Kiprich 42nd, 75th, Emil Lorincz 54th,88th
Summary of goals:
0:1 (42nd minute, Hungary): Spain lost ball in midfield and the ball is given to Kalman Kovacs. He crossed from left side to Jozef Kiprich to score.
1:1 (43rd minute, Spain): Spain are awarded a penalty kick after Zsolt Petry  fouled Jose Maria Bakero in the box. Manolo scored from the ensuing penalty kick.
1:2 (54th minute, Hungary): Kalman Kovacs crossed from the left side (after a one-two with Jozef Kiprich) and Emil Lorincz scored with a diving header.
1:3 (75th minute, Hungary): Jozef Kiprich sent Kalman Kovacs through on the  right side. He crossed back in the center for Jozef Kiprich to go through and score.
2:3 (83rd minute, Spain): Martin Dominguez took a free kick from the left side that was headed in by Carlos.
2:4 (88th minute, Hungary): Emil Lorincz is sent through on the left side and with a high shot scored.
Lineups:
Spain:
1-Andoni ‘Zubizarreta’ Urreta  (Fútbol Club Barcelona)  (13-‘Abel’ Resino Gonzalez (Club Atlético de Madrid) 46th)
2-Fernando ‘Nando’ Munoz Garcia (Fútbol Club Barcelona)   (15-‘Manuel Sanchis’ Hontiyuelo (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) 46th)
3-Rafael ‘Alkorta’ Martinez (Athletic Club de Bilbao)
4-Juan Francisco ‘Juanito’ Rodriguez Herrera (Club Atlético de Madrid)
5-Jose Maria ‘Bakero’ Escudero (Fútbol Club Barcelona)  (17-José Miguel ‘Michel’ Martín del Campo (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) 46th)
6-Aitor ‘Beguiristain’ Mugica (Fútbol Club Barcelona)  (18-Gabriel Moya (Real Valladolid Club de Fútbol) 46th)
7-Manuel ‘Manolo’ Sanchez Delgado (Club Atlético de Madrid) (14-‘Emilio Butragueno’ Santos (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) 46th)
8-‘Eusebio’ Sacristan Mena (Fútbol Club Barcelona)  (16-Juan Antonio ‘Martin Dominguez’ (Club Atlético Osasuna) 46th)  
9-‘Carlos’ Antonio Munoz Cobo (Real Oviedo Club de Futbol)
10-Guillermo ‘Amor’ Martinez (Fútbol Club Barcelona)  (12-‘Juan Vizcaino’ Morcillo (Club Atlético de Madrid) 46th)
11-Juan Antonio ‘Goicoechea’ Lasa (Fútbol Club Barcelona) 

Coach: Luis ‘Suarez’ Miramontes
Other Substitutes:
None

Team Captain: Andoni ‘Zubizarreta’ Urreta
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Le Coq Sportif
Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, Blue Shorts, Black Socks

Note: Emilio Butragueno assumed the captaincy in the second half.

Hungary:
1-Zsolt Petry (Budapesti Honvéd Sport Egyesület)
2-Tamos Monos (Koninklijke Football Club Germinal Ekeren / Belgium)     
3-Laszlo Disztl (Club Brugge Koninklijke Vereniging / Belgium)
4-Jozef Szalma (Tatabányai Bányász Sport Club)          (12-Janos Palaczky (Pécsi Munkás Sport Club) 61st)
5-Zsolt Limperger (Ferencvárosi Torna Club- Budapest)
6-Imre Garaba (Royale Charleroi Sporting Club)
7-Jozef Kiprich (Feyenoord Rotterdam / Holland)   
8-Tibor Nagy (VAC)   (14-Janos Maroszan(Siofok) 75th)
9-György Bognar (Royal Standard de Liege / Belgium) (15-Csaba Horvath (MTK (Magyar Testgyakorlók Köre )-VM (Voros Meteor) -Budapest) 89th)
10-Emil Lorincz (Racing White Daring Molenbeek / Belgium)
11-Kalman Kovacs (Association de la Jeunesse Auxerroise / France)

Coach: Kalman Meszoly
Booked: Kalman Kovacs 40

Team Captain: Imre Garaba
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro
Uniform Colors: White Shirts, White Shorts, White Socks

Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer (special thanks to Jose Luis Carbonell)
(Spain squad, March 27, 1991, Spain 2-Hungary 4)




Luis Suarez managed match No. 27

Date: April 17, 1991
Competition: Friendly
Result: Spain 0-Romania 2
Venue: Caceres- Estadio Principe Felipe
Attendance: 15,600
Referee: Joao Martins Pinto Correira (Portugal)
Linesmen: Fernandes Caroço and Silva Oliveira (Portugal)
Goalscorers:
(Spain): None
(Romania): Ion Timofte 46th, Gavril Balint 56th
Summary of goals:
0:1 (46th minute, Romania): Ioan Sabau crossed from the right side and Ion Timofte volleyed from the edge of the box.
0:2 (56th minute, Romania): Dan Petrescu crossed from the right side and Gavril Balint scored from close range.
Lineups:
Spain:
Andoni ‘Zubizarreta’ Urreta (Fútbol Club Barcelona) (‘Abel’ Resino Gonzalez (Club Atlético de Madrid) 84th)
Fernando ‘Nando’ Munoz Garcia (Fútbol Club Barcelona) 
Juan Francisco ‘Juanito’ Rodriguez Herrera (Club Atlético de Madrid)
Roberto ‘Solozabal’ Villanueva (Club Atlético de Madrid)
‘Juan Carlos’ Rodríguez Moreno (Club Atlético de Madrid) (Gabriel Moya (Real Valladolid Club de Fútbol)  83rd)
‘Juan Vizcaino’ Morcillo (Club Atlético de Madrid)
José Miguel ‘Michel’ Martín del Campo (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
‘Eusebio’ Sacristan Mena (Fútbol Club Barcelona)   (Fernando ‘Giner’ Gil (Valencia Club de Fútbol) 46th)
Juan Antonio ‘Martin Dominguez’ (Club Atlético Osasuna) (‘Luis Enrique’  Martinez Garcia (Real Sporting de Gijón) 68th)
‘Emilio Butragueno’ Santos (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) (Jose Angel ‘Ziganda’ Lacunza (Club Atlético Osasuna) 86th)
Manuel ‘Manolo’ Sanchez Delgado (Club Atlético de Madrid)

Coach: Luis ‘Suarez’ Miramontes
Booked: Juanito 68th, Nando 88th
Other Substitutes:
Jose Luis Perez Caminero (Real Valladolid Club de Fútbol)

Team Captain: ‘Emilio Butragueňo’ Santos
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Le Coq Sportif
Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, Blue Shorts, Black Socks

Romania:
Florin Prunea (Clubului Sportiv Universitatea Craiova)  
Dan Vasile Petrescu (Clubul Sportiv al Armatei Steaua- Bucuresti) 
Emil Sandoi (Clubului Sportiv Universitatea Craiova)  
Mircea Rednic  (Bursaspor Kulübü / Turkey)
Nicolae Zamfir (Clubului Sportiv Universitatea Craiova)  
Ioan Ovidiu Sabau (Feyenoord Rotterdam / Holland)  (Pavel Badea (Clubului Sportiv Universitatea Craiova) 56th)
Gheorghe Popescu (Philips Sports Vereniging Eindhoven / Holland) 
Dorin Mateut (Real Zaragoza / Spain)
Gheorge Hagi (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol / Spain)           (Sorin Vlaicu (Clubul Sportiv Politehnica Timisoara) 61st)
Gavril Pelé Balint (Burgos Club de Fútbol / Spain) (Zoltan Kadar (CSU (Clubul Sportiv Universitar) Universitatea (Cluj-Napoca) 87th)
Ion Timofte (Clubul Sportiv Politehnica Timisoara)    

Coach: Mircea Radulescu
Booked: Ioan Sabau 44th, Gavril Balint 54th

Team Captain: Gheorge Hagi
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas
Uniform Colors: Yellow Shirts, Yellow Shorts, Yellow Socks
Note:
1-Gheorge Popescu assumed the captaincy in the 61st minute.
2-In some sources, Dorin Mateut is listed as Captain


Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer (special thanks to Jose Luis Carbonell)
(Spain squad, April 17, 1991, Spain 0-Romania 2)




Players Selected during the Luis Suarez Era (1988/1991):
1-Andoni ‘Zubizarreta’ Urreta
2-Juan Carlos ‘Abladeno’ Iglesias
3-Miguel Porlan ‘Chendo’ Noguera
4-Miguel ‘Soler’ Sarasols 
5-Enrique ‘Quique’ Sanchez Flores
6-Genar ‘Andrinua’ Cortabarría
7-‘Manuel Sanchis’ Hontiyuelo
8-Francisco ‘Ferreira’ Colmenero (First capped by Suarez)
9-Rafael Martin Vazquez
10-Francisco ‘Patxi Salinas’ Fernandez (First capped by Suarez)
11-Julio ‘Salinas’ Fernandez 
12-José Miguel ‘Michel’ Martín del Campo
13-‘Emilio Butragueňo’ Santos
14-Fernando ‘Nando’ Martinez Perales (First capped by Suarez)
15-‘Roberto’ Fernandez Bonillo 
16-Aitor ‘Beguiristain’ Mugica 
17-Luis Maria ‘Lopez Rekarte’
18-Manuel ‘Jiminez’ Jimenez (First capped by Suarez)
19-Jose Maria ‘Bakero’ Escudero
20-Jesus ‘Solana’ Bermejo (First capped by Suarez)
21-Alberto ‘Gorriz’ Echarte (First capped by Suarez)
22-Manuel ‘Manolo’ Sanchez Delgado (First capped by Suarez)
23-‘Ramon’ Vasquez Garcia 
24-Ricardo Jesus ‘Serna’ Orozco (First capped by Suarez)
25-Juan Antonio ‘Laranaga’ Gurruchaga (Selected by Suarez but never played in an Official Match)
26-Jose ‘Lemos’ Rodriguez (Selected by Suarez but never played in an Official Match)
27-Bernardino Serrano Mori ‘Mino’ (Selected by Suarez but never played in an Official Match)
28-Diego ‘Orejuela’ Rodriguez (Selected by Suarez but never played in an Official Match)
29-Lorenzo ‘Loren’ Juarros Garcia (Selected by Suarez but never played in an Official Match)
30-Manuel Jesus Maderal ‘Villa’ (Selected by Suarez but never played in an Official Match)
31-‘Eusebio’ Sacristan Mena
32-Vicente Jose Fernandez ‘Biurrun’ (Selected by Suarez but never played)
33-‘Eloy’ Jose Olaya Prendes
34-Juan Manuel ‘Ochotorena’ Santa Cruz (First capped by Suarez)
35-Fernando Ruiz Hierro (First capped by Suarez)
36-Luis Mariano ‘Minguela’ Munoz (First capped by Suarez)
37-Francisco Javier Perez Villaroya (First capped by Suarez)
38-Miguel ‘Pardeza’ Pichardo (First capped by Suarez)
39-Juan Rodriguez 'Juanito' (First capped by Suarez)
40-Luis ‘Milla’ Aspas (First capped by Suarez)
41-‘Fernando’ Gomez Colomer (First capped by Suarez)
42-Tomas Renones’ Grego
43-‘Luis Manuel’ Arias Vega (First capped by Suarez)
44-Gabriel Moya (First capped by Suarez)
45-Felipe Minambres’ Fernandez (First capped by Suarez)
46- ‘Rafa Paz’ Marin (First capped by Suarez)
47-‘Pedro’ Gonzalez Martinez (Selected by Suarez but never played in an Official Match)
48-Rafael ‘Alkorta’ Martinez (First capped by Suarez)
49-Fernando ‘Nando’  Munoz Garcia (First capped by Suarez)
50-Ricardo Gonzalez Bango (First capped by Suarez)
51-Juan Antonio ‘Goicoechea’ Lasa  (First capped by Suarez)
52-‘Carlos’ Antonio Munoz Cobo (First capped by Suarez)
53-Ernesto ‘Valverde’ Tejedor (First capped by Suarez)
54-Guillermo ‘Amor’ Martinez (First capped by Suarez)
55-Juan Antonio ‘Martin Dominguez’ (First capped by Suarez)
56-‘Juan Vizcaino’ Morcillo (First capped by Suarez)
57-‘Abel’ Resino Gonzalez (First capped by Suarez)
58-Roberto ‘Solozabal’ Villanueva (First capped by Suarez)
59- ‘Juan Carlos’ Rodríguez Moreno (First capped by Suarez)
60-Fernando ‘Giner’ Gil (First capped by Suarez)
61-‘Luis Enrique’  Martinez Garcia (First capped by Suarez)
62- Jose Angel ‘Ziganda’ Lacunza (First capped by Suarez)
63-Jose Luis Perez Caminero (Selected by Suarez but never played)

35 players earned their first caps under Luis Suarez
8 players were selected but never earned an Official cap under Luis Suarez

Note : Juan Antonio ‘Laranaga’ Gurruchaga had already earned a cap under Suarez’s predecessor Miguel Munoz, but did not earn an Official cap with Suarez.



Played
Won
Drawn
Lost
GF
GA
GD
Year 1988
4
2
1
1
8
3
5
Year 1989
8
6
1
1
17
4
13
Year 1990
11
7
1
3
26
11
15
Year 1991
4
0
1
3
4
10
-6








Sum:
27
15
4
8
55
28
27


Suarez Era Goalscorers:
Michel 13 (5 pen)
Emilio Butragueno 11
Manolo 8 (1 pen)
Carlos 6
Julio Salinas 2
Fernando 2
Jose Maria Bakero 2
Aitor Beguiristain 1
Genar Andrinua
Juanito 1
Felipe Minambres 1
Alberto Gorriz 1
Roberto 1
Guillermo Amor 1
Fernando Hierro 1
Gabriel Moya 1

Anton Rogan (Northern Ireland) (own goal)
John McClelland  (Northern Ireland) (own goal) (Note: some sources credit this as a Roberto goal)

Goals in Unofficial Matches:
Felipe Minambres (2 goals)
Roberto 1
Rafael Martin Vazquez 1
Emilio Butragueno 1

Note: Spain may have played other unofficial and/or pratice matches





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