Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Stanley Rous Cup-Part 4 (1988)


After the success of Brazil’s participation in the 1987 Edition, the organizers invited another South American guest for the 1988 Edition.
This time it would the unknown Colombians. Pacho Maturana’s Colombia had impressed observers during the 1987 Copa America with Carlos Valderrama as its main stand out, along with the likes of the eccentric goalkeeper Rene Higuita and Leonel Alvarez among others.
The Colombians had embarked on a Tour of Europe and the Rous Cup was an educational experience for them with the 1990 World Cup qualifiers as their main long-term objective.
England had qualified for the 1988 Euros set for the following month and these matches were part of their preparations, with English Manager Bobby Robson eager to experiment ahead of the main event.
Scotland had not qualified for the Euros and much like Colombia were looking ahead for the 1990 World Cup qualifiers set to start in the Fall.
Scotland hosted Colombia on May 17th at Glasgow for the first match of the 1988 Edition of Rous Cup.
Just three days earlier (May 14th), the Colombians had defeated the USA (2-0) in Miami and then traveled to Europe. In fact they had only arrived 36 hours before the match. Despite this, they impressed their Scottish hosts with superior technique and should have won the match.
For Scotland, Maurice Johnston almost snatched an unexpected win when his header hit the post in the 83rd minute.
The match ended scoreless as neither team could make a breakthrough.
Scotland Manager Andy Roxburgh awarded first caps to Kevin Gallacher and Andy Walker (as a second half substitute).

Photo From: Scotland, the complete international  Football Record, Author Richard Keir
(May 17, 1988, Rous Cup, Scotland 1-Colombia 1)

On May 21st, the annual, England-Scotland match took place at Wembley.
Scotland’s only change from the previous match was to start Neil Simpson in place of Kevin Gallacher.
It was a match that England dominated and should have won with more goals.
England took the lead in the 12th minute, after Peter Beardsley scored a superb goal after a combination play with John Barnes.
Afterwards, England surged forward with Robson and Webb controlling the midfield.
However, Jim Leighton was in excellent form in the Scottish net and made many saves.
England continued to attack in the second half but Leighton was once again up to the task.
Scotland did have a chance near the end, but Shilton saved Gallacher’s attempt with his feet.
Jim Leighton had been Scotland’s hero saving them from a larger defeat.
At the end, Scotland Manager Roxburgh declared, “Beardsley comes from God. No coach has produced him”

Photo From: Official Match Programme, England v Scotland, 1988 


Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Hors Serie 3, 1990
(Alex McLeisch, May 21, 1988, Rous Cup, England 1-Scotland 0)


Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 2, March 1989
(Maurice Johnston, May 21, 1988, Rous Cup, England 1-Scotland 0)

Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 2, March 1989
(Alex McLeisch and Gary Lineker, May 21, 1988, Rous Cup, England 1-Scotland 0)


Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 2, March 1989
(Jim Leighton, May 21, 1988, Rous Cup, England 1-Scotland 0)


Photo From: Match, May 28, 1988
(May 21, 1988, Rous Cup, England 1-Scotland 0)


Photo From: Match, May 28, 1988
(Murdo McLeod and Peter Beardsley, May 21, 1988, Rous Cup, England 1-Scotland 0)

Photo From: Official Match Programme, England v Chile, 1989
(May 21, 1988, Rous Cup, England 1-Scotland 0)

Photo From: BBC SportsYear Magazine WC90
(Maurice Johnston, May 21, 1988, Rous Cup, England 1-Scotland 0)


Photo From: Match, May 27, 1989
(Bryan Robson and Paul McStay, May 21, 1988, Rous Cup, England 1-Scotland 0)

Photo From: Match, May 27, 1989
(Ally McCoist and Tony Adams, May 21, 1988, Rous Cup, England 1-Scotland 0)


The Final match was to take place on May 24th at Wembley between England and Colombia. This was only the second encounter between the Nations since 1970.
England just needed a tie to win while Colombia had to win. In Between these matches, Colombia had played a friendly at Helsinki vs. Finland on May 19th (3-1 win).
Colombia’s only change from the match vs. Scotland was the inclusion of Jaime de Jesus Arango ahead of John Jairo Tréllez.
England made four changes from their match vs. Scotland. Gary Stevens, Dave Watson, Neil Webb and Trevor Steven were replaced with Viv Anderson, Mark Wright, Steve McMahon and Chris Waddle.
England attacked early on in the game. Colombia once again displayed superior technique and a good passing game with Valderrama in fine form.
England took the lead in the 22nd minute with Gary Lineker heading in from a cross by Waddle.
Colombia continued their passing game and eventually drew level. In the 66th minute, Andres Escobar (who would tragically be killed in 1994) headed in the equalizer from a corner.
The tie (1-1) result earned England the title but Colombia had left a good impression. This was the Generation that would go on and qualify for three World Cups in the 1990s.


Photo From: Official Match Programme, England v Colombia, 1988 


Photo From: England, The Complete Post-War Record, Author Mike Payne
(May 24, 1988, Rous Cup, England 1-Colombia 1)

Photo From: Official Match Programme,  England v Chile, 1989
(Carlos Valderrama, May 24, 1988, Rous Cup, England 1-Colombia 1)


Photo From: Official Match Programme,  England v Chile, 1989
(May 24, 1988, Rous Cup, England 1-Colombia 1)


References:
England v Scotland, The Auld Enemy by Dean Hayes
England, The Complete Post-War Record, Author Mike Payne
Match, May 28, 1988 
Official Match Programme, England v Chile, 1989
Official Match Programme, England v Scotland, 1988
Official Match Programme, England v Colombia, 1988
Scotland, the complete international  Football Record, Author Richard Keir
World Soccer, June 1988
World Soccer, July 1988



1988 Rous Cup Matches:

Date: May 17, 1988
Competition: Stanley Rous Cup 1988
Result: Scotland 0-Colombia 0
Venue: Glasgow - Hampden Park 
Attendance: 20,489
Referee: Victor Manuel Fernandes Correia (Portugal)
Goalscorers:
(Scotland): None
(Colombia): None
Lineups:
Scotland:
1-James Leighton (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)
2- Charles ‘Richard’ Gough (Rangers Football Club-Glasgow) 
3-Stephen Nicol (Liverpool Football Club / England)
4- Robert Sime ‘Roy’ Aitken (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow)     
5-Alexander McLeish (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)
6- William Fergus Miller  (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)
7-Kevin William Gallacher (Dundee United Football Club)  (Andrew Walker (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow) 67th)
8- Paul Michael Lyons McStay (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow)
9- Alistair Murdoch McCoist (Rangers Football Club- Glasgow) (Derek Ferguson (Rangers Football Club-Glasgow) 58th)
10-Murdo Davidson MacLeod (Ballspielverein Borussia Dortmund 1909 e.V. / West Germany)
11- Maurice Johnston (Football Club de Nantes / France)

Coach: Andrew Roxburgh
Other Substitutes:
Henry George Smith (Heart of Midlothian Football Club-Edinburgh)
Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (Dundee United Football Club)
Neil Alexander Simpson (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

Team Captain: Robert Sime ‘Roy’ Aitken
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro
Uniform Colors: Navy Blue Shirts, White Shorts, Red Socks

Colombia:
René Higuita (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí)
Luis Fernando Herrera (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí))
Luis Carlos Perea (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí))
Andrés Escobar (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí))
Carlos Mario Hoyos (Asociacion Deportivo Cali)
Bernardo Redin (Asociacion Deportivo Cali)
Leonel de Jesus Alvarez (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí))
Alexis Enrique Garcia (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí))
Carlos Alberto Valderrama (captain) (Asociacion Deportivo Cali)
Arnoldo Alberto Iguarán (Club Deportivo Los Millonarios- Santafé de Bogotá)
John Jairo  Tréllez (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí))  (Jaime de Jesus Arango (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí) 68th)

Coach: Francisco Maturana

Team Captain: Carlos Valderrama
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Uniform Colors: Yellow Shirts, Blue Shorts, White Socks



Date: May 21, 1988
Competition: Stanley Rous Cup 1988
Result: England 1-Scotland 0
Venue: London - Wembley
Attendance: 70,480
Referee: Joel Quiniou (France)
Goalscorers:
(England): Peter Beardsley 12
(Scotland): None
Summary of goals:
1:0 (12th minute, England): A Throw-in by Gary Stevens on the right side, Beardsley dummied,  it reached Barnes. Beardsley did a one-two with Barnes before shooting past Leighton.
Lineups:
England:
1- Peter Leslie Shilton (Derby County Football Club)
2- Gary Michael Stevens (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)
3- Kenneth Graham Sansom (Arsenal Football Club-London)
4- Neil John Webb (Nottingham Forest Football Club)
5- David Watson (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)
6- Anthony Alexander Adams (Arsenal Football Club-London)
7- Bryan Robson (Manchester United Football Club)
8- Trevor Mc Gregor Steven (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)  (15-Christopher Roland Waddle (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London) 72nd)
9- Peter Andrew Beardsley  (Liverpool Football Club)
10- Gary Winston Lineker (Fútbol Club Barcelona / Spain)
11- John Charles Bryan Barnes (Liverpool Football Club)

Coach: Robert William Robson
Booked: David Watson (foul on Maurice Johnston)
Other Substitutes:
Vivian Alexander Anderson  (Manchester United Football Club)
Christopher Charles Eric Woods  (Rangers Football Club- Glasgow / Scotland)
Steve McMahon (Liverpool Football Club)
Michael Gordon ‘Mick’ Harford (Luton Town Football Club)

Team Captain: Bryan Robson
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro
Uniform Colors: White Shirts, Navy Blue Shorts, White Socks

Scotland:
1-James Leighton (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)      
2- Charles ‘Richard’ Gough (Rangers Football Club-Glasgow) 
3-Stephen Nicol (Liverpool Football Club / England)
4- Robert Sime ‘Roy’ Aitken (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow)     
5-Alexander McLeish (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)
6- William Fergus Miller  (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)
7-Neil Alexander Simpson (Aberdeen Football Club Limited) (14-Thomas Burns (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow) 74th)
8- Paul Michael Lyons McStay (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow)
9- Alistair Murdoch McCoist (Rangers Football Club- Glasgow) (15-Kevin William Gallacher (Dundee United Football Club) 77th)  
10- Murdo Davidson MacLeod (Ballspielverein Borussia Dortmund 1909 e.V. / West Germany)
11- Maurice Johnston (Football Club de Nantes / France)

Coach: Andrew Roxburgh
Other Substitutes:
Andrew Lewis Goram (Hibernian Football Club – Edinburgh)
Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (Dundee United Football Club)
Andrew Walker (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow)

Team Captain: Robert Sime ‘Roy’ Aitken
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro

Uniform Colors: Navy Blue Shirts, White Shorts, Red Socks


Date: May 24, 1988
Competition: Stanley Rous Cup 1988
Result: England 1-Colombia 1
Venue: London - Wembley
Attendance: 25,576
Referee: Karl-Josef  Assenmacher (West Germany)
Linesmen: Joel Quiniou (France), Victor Manuel Fernandes Correia (Portugal)
Goalscorers:
(England): Gary Lineker 22
(Colombia): Andrés Escobar 66
Summary of goals:
1:0 (22nd minute, England): Chris Waddle’s cross from the right side into box was headed in with a diving header by Lineker.
1:1 (66th minute, Colombia): Corner left side from Garcia (or Trellez or Alvarez) and Escobar headed in the equalizer.
Lineups:
England:
1- Peter Leslie Shilton (Derby County Football Club)
2- Vivian Alexander Anderson 
(Manchester United Football Club)
6- Anthony Alexander Adams
(Arsenal Football Club-London)
3- Kenneth Graham Sansom
(Arsenal Football Club-London)
5- Mark Wright (Derby County
Football Club)
4- Steve McMahon
(Liverpool Football Club)
7- Bryan Robson
 (Manchester United Football Club)
8- Christopher Roland Waddle
(Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London)  (15-Glenn Hoddle (Association Sportive de Monaco  / France)  74th)
11- John Charles Bryan Barnes
(Liverpool Football Club) 
9- Peter Andrew Beardsley 
(Liverpool Football Club) (16-Mark Wayne Hateley (Association Sportive de Monaco  / France) 74th)
10- Gary Winston Lineker
(Fútbol Club Barcelona / Spain)

Coach: Robert William Robson

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

Colombia:
1-René Higuita (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí)
4-
Luis Fernando Herrera (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí))
2-Andrés Escobar (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí))
15-Luis Carlos Perea (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí))
5-Carlos Mario Hoyos (Asociacion Deportivo Cali)
8-Alexis Enrique Garcia (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí))
10-Carlos Alberto Valderrama (Captain) (Asociacion Deportivo Cali)
11-Bernardo Redin (Asociacion Deportivo Cali)
14-Leonel de Jesus Alvarez (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí))
7-Jaime de Jesus Arango (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí) (17-John Jairo  Tréllez (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí))  58th)
16-Arnoldo Alberto Iguarán  (Club Deportivo Los Millonarios- Santafé de Bogotá ) (18-Alex ‘Didí’ Valderrama (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí)) 78th)

Coach: Francisco Maturana

Team Captain: Carlos Valderrama
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas
Uniform Colors: Yellow Shirts, Blue Shorts, White Socks




Final table               P     W   D   L  GF  GA  GD     Pts
1- England                2      1    1     0    2     1    +1       3
2- Colombia                 2     0    0     2    1     1    0       2
3- Scotland             2     0    1        1    0     1    -1       1


P-Played, W-Win, D-Draw, L-Loss, GF-Goals For, GA-Goals Against, GD-Goal Difference, Pts-Points


1988 Rous Cup squads:

England squad:
Goalkeepers:
Peter Leslie Shilton (Derby County Football Club) (September 18, 1949, Leicester)
Christopher Charles Eric Woods  (Rangers Football Club- Glasgow / Scotland) (November 14, 1959, Swineshead)
David Andrew Seaman (Queen's Park Rangers Football Club-London) (September 19, 1963, Rotherham)

Defenders:
Gary Michael Stevens (Everton Football Club-Liverpool) (March 27, 1963, Barrow-in-Furness)
Kenneth Graham Sansom (Arsenal Football Club-London) (September 26, 1958, Camberwell)
David Watson (Everton Football Club-Liverpool) (November 20, 1961 , Liverpool)
Anthony Alexander Adams (Arsenal Football Club-London) (October 10, 1966, Romford)
Vivian Alexander Anderson (Manchester United Football Club) (July 29, 1956, Clifton, Nottingham)
Mark Wright (Derby County
Football Club) (August 1, 1963, Dorchester)
Anthony Robert Dorigo
(Chelsea Football Club-London) (December 31, 1965, Adelaide, Australia)
Gary Andrew Pallister (Middlesbrough Football Club) (June 30, 1965, Ramsgate)

Midfielders:
Neil John Webb (Nottingham Forest Football Club) (July 30, 1963, Reading)
Bryan Robson (captain)  (Manchester United Football Club) (January 11, 1957, Chester-le-Street)
Trevor Mc Gregor Steven (Everton Football Club-Liverpool) (September 21, 1963, Berwick-upon-Tweed)
Steve McMahon (Liverpool Football Club) (August 20, 1961, Halewood)
Glenn Hoddle
(Association Sportive de Monaco  / France) (October 27, 1957, Hayes)
Christopher Roland Waddle (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London) (December 14, 1960, Felling , Tyne and Wear)
Peter Reid (Everton Football Club-Liverpool) (June 20, 1956, Huyton)

Forwards:
Peter Andrew Beardsley  (Liverpool Football Club) (January 18, 196, Hexham)
Gary Winston Lineker (Fútbol Club Barcelona / Spain) (November 30, 1960, Leicester)
John Charles Bryan Barnes (Liverpool Football Club) (November 7, 1963, Kingston, Jamaica)
Mark Wayne Hateley (Association Sportive de Monaco  / France) (November 7, 1961, Derby)
Michael Gordon ‘Mick’ Harford
(Luton Town Football Club) (February 12, 1959, Sunderland)
Anthony Richard Cottee (West Ham United-London) (July 11, 1965, Forest Gate, London)

Coach: Robert William Robson (February 18, 1933, Sacriston-July 31, 2009, Durham)

Note:
Some information for unused substitutes may not be available, therefore these are the players on and off the field that are verified to have been present).




Photo Credits:
All England players from (Panini England 87/88)
Except:
Lineker (Panini, Euros 1988)
Hoddle, Hateley (Panini France 1987/88)


Photo From: Panini, Euros 1988
(England Manager Bobby Robson)


Scotland squad:
Goalkeepers:
James Leighton (Aberdeen Football Club Limited) (February 16, 1953, Loughor)
Henry George Smith (Heart of Midlothian Football Club-Edinburgh) (March 10, 1956, Lanark)
Andrew Lewis Goram (Hibernian Football Club – Edinburgh) (April 13, 1964, Bury)
Bryan James Gunn (Norwich City Football Club / England) (December 22, 1963, Thurso)

Defenders:
Charles ‘Richard’ Gough (Rangers Football Club-Glasgow) (April 5, 1962 ,Stockholm, Sweden)
Stephen Nicol (Liverpool Football Club / England) (December 11, 1961, Troon)
Alexander McLeish (Aberdeen Football Club Limited) (January 21, 1959, Glasgow)
William Fergus Miller (Aberdeen Football Club Limited) (May 2, 1955, Glasgow) 
Gary Thomson Gillespie (Liverpool Football Club / England) (July 5, 1960, Stirling)
Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (Dundee United Football Club) (August 3, 1962, Dunfermline)
David Narey (Dundee United Football Club) (June 12, 1956, Dundee)

Midfielders/Forwards:
Robert Sime ‘Roy’ Aitken (captain) (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow) (November 24, 1958, Irvine)
Kevin William Gallacher (Dundee United Football Club) (November 23, 1966, Clydebank)
Andrew Walker (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow) (April 6, 1965, Glasgow)
Paul Michael Lyons McStay (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow) (October 22, 1964, Hamilton)
Alistair Murdoch McCoist (Rangers Football Club- Glasgow) (September 24, 1962, Bellshill)
Derek Ferguson (Rangers Football Club-Glasgow) (July 31, 1967, Calderbank)
Murdo Davidson MacLeod (Ballspielverein Borussia Dortmund 1909 e.V. / West Germany) (September 24, 1958, Glasgow)
Maurice Johnston (Football Club de Nantes / France) (April 13, 1963, Glasgow)
Neil Alexnder Simpson (Aberdeen Football Club Limited) (November 15, 1961, Hackney, London, England)
Thomas Burns (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow) (December 16, 1956, Glasgow-May 15, 2008, Glasgow)
James Edward McInally (Dundee United Football Club) (February 19, 1964, Glasgow)
Gordon David Strachan (Manchester United Football Club / England) (February 9, 1957, Edinburgh)
Grame Marshall Sharp (Dundee United Football Club / England) (October 16, 1960, Glasgow)
Brian McClair (Manchester United Football Club / England) (December 8, 1963, Bellshill)

Coach: Andrew Roxburgh (August 5, 1943, Glasgow)

Note:
Some information for unused substitutes may not be available, therefore these are the players on and off the field that are verified to have been present).




Photo Credits:
All Scotland players from (Panini England 87/88)
Except:
Maurice Johnston (Panini France 1987/88)
McLeod (Panini Bundesliga 87/88)
Goram (Panini England 88/89)

Photo From: Official Match Programme, Scotland v Hungary, 1987
(Scotland Manager Andy Roxburgh)




Colombia squad:
Goalkeepers:
René Higuita (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí) (August 27, 1966, Medellin)
Eduardo Niño (Independiente Santa Fe Corporacion Deportiva- Santafé de Bogotá) (August 8, 1967, Bogota)

Defenders:
Luis Fernando Herrera (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí)) (June 12, 1962, Medellin)
Luis Carlos Perea (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí)) (December 29, 1963, Turbo)
Andrés Escobar (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí)) (March 13, 1967,Medellin-July 2, 1994 Medellin)
Carlos Mario Hoyos (Asociacion Deportivo Cali) (February 28, 1962, Medellin)
Gildardo Biderman Gomez (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí) (October 13, 1963, Medellin)
Alexis Antonio Mendoza (Corporacion Popular Deportiva Junior- Barranquilla) (November 8, 1961, Barranquilla)

Midfielders:
Bernardo Redin (Asociacion Deportivo Cali) (February 26, 1963, Cali)
Leonel de Jesus Alvarez (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí)) (July 30, 1965, Remedios)
Alexis Enrique Garcia (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí)) (July 21, 1960, Quibdo)
Carlos Alberto Valderrama (captain) (Asociacion Deportivo Cali) (September 2, 1961, Santa Marta)
Alex ‘Didí’ Valderrama (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí))  (October 1, 1960, Santa Marta)
Mario Alberto Coll (América Cali) (August 20, 1960, Bucaramanga)

Gabriel Jaime Gómez (Club Deportivo Los Millonarios- Santafé de Bogotá) (December 8, 1959, Medellin)
José Ricardo Pérez  (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí)) (October 24, 1963, Manizales)

Forwards:
Arnoldo Alberto Iguarán (Club Deportivo Los Millonarios- Santafé de Bogotá) (January 18, 1957, Riohacha)
John Jairo Tréllez (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí)) (April 29, 1968, Turbo)
Jaime de Jesus Arango (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí) (January 11, 1962, Itagüí)
John Jairo Galeano (Corporacion Deportiva Club Atletico Nacional- Medellin (Itagüí) (August 12, 1962, Andes, Antioquia)

Coach: Francisco Maturana (February 15, 1949, Quibdo)

Note:
Some information for unused substitutes may not be available, therefore these are the players on and off the field that are verified to have been present).






Photo Credits:
All Colombia players from (Panini World Cup 1990)
Except:
Garcia, Herrera (Panini World Cup 1994)
Arango, Galeano (1989 toyota cup programme ac milan v Nacional Medellin)



Photo From: World Soccer, April 1996
(Colombia Manager Francisco Maturana)

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