Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Old Team Photographs-Part 18b

Photo From: Onze, Issue 41, May 1979
(Fortuna Dusseldorf squad 1978/79)
Photo From: Onze, Issue 27, March 1978
(Atletico Mineiro squad, 1978)
Photo From: Onze, Issue 17, May 1977
(SV Hamburg squad, 1976/77)
Photo From: Onze, Issue 4, April 1976
(Atletico Madrid squad, 1975/76)
Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 102, September 1988
(Benfica squad 1988/89)
Photo From: Mondial, new series, Issue 89, August 1987
(Monaco squad, 1987/88, Top, left to right: Manuel Amoros, Mark Hateley, Jean-Luc Ettori, Glenn Hoddle, Patrick Battiston, Luc Sonor, Bottom, left to right: Fabrice M├ęge, Marcel Dib, Claude Puel, Jean-Phillipe Rohr, Youssef Fofana)
Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 65, August 1985
(Olympique Marseille squad, 1985/86)
Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 16, July 1981
(1981 England Champions Aston Villa)
Photo From: Kicker, 40 Jahre Bundesliga, 2003
(Koln squad 1963/64, Bundesliga Champions)
Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, de histoire van oranje, 1989-1995, Authors Matty Verkamman and Henk Mees
(Holland squad, January 7, 1989, Hapoel Petakh Tikva (Israel) 0-Holland 3, Top, left to right: Stanley Menzo, Johnny Bosman, Rene Eijkelkamp, Addick Koot, Rob Reekers, Erwin Koeman, Bottom, left to right: Jan Wouters, Rob Witschge, Sonny Silooy, Fred Rutten, Juul Ellerman)

Photo From: Guerin Sportivo, March 13-19, 1985
(Cruzeiro squad 1984)
Photo From: Guerin Sportivo, June 17-23, 1987
(Sardinian squad of Torres with ayoung Gianfranco Zola, Bottom row, at the left)
Photo From: Guerin Sportivo, July 2-8, 1986
(Denmark and Spain squads, June 18, 1986, World Cup, Spain 5-Denmark 1)
Photo From: Goal, March 1996
(Everton squad 1986)
Photo From: Foot Magazine, May 1990
(Anderlecht and Standard Liege squads, May 28, 1988, Belgian Cup, Anderlecht 2-Standard Liege 0)
Photo From: European Football Yearbook 1988
(Mechelen squad 1987/88)
Photo From: Calcio 2000, October 1998
(Udinese Squad, 1962/63 with Dino Zoff as goalkeeper)
Photo From: Calcio 2000, February 2000
(AC Milan squad, December 17, 1990, Intercontinental cup, AC Milan 3-Olimpia Asuncion 0)

6 comments:

  1. Why did the Dutch team wear PSV jerseys in Israel? Was it because the match was a friendly or other non-competitive game?

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    1. This was a pre match photo, in the game itself they wore their usual jerseys, Phillips were one of the sponsors of the NT

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  2. Philips was the sponsor of the Dutch team during the 2nd half of the 80's. The Netherlands (and so were other national teams) were allowed to wear sponsored jerseys in unofficial matches. This photo was taken on 07.01.1989 in Petakh Tikva, when the Dutch (in their 3rd kit) played against Hapoel Petakh Tikva. This match ended in a 3-0 victory for the Netherlands.

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  3. Thank you! You're welcome. To a bit more specific:
    The Dutch team were on a trip in Israel in the beginning of January 1989. The national coach, Thijs Libregts, wanted to play friendly matches: a serious one against Israel on 4 January 1989 and a game in which the Dutch could 'experiment'. Due to some organizational problems, it was difficult to find a 'sparring partner'. Thanks to Piet Lagarde (a representative of Adidas) and Emmanuel Schaffer, former manager of the Israel national football team, a match against Hapoel was arranged.
    This is a link to a Dutch newspaper article. It contains a match report, including a photo (unfortunately, not in colour):

    https://www.delpher.nl/nl/kranten/view?coll=ddd&query=%28nederlands+elftal+and+hapoel+petach+tikva%29&cql%5B%5D=%28date+_gte_+%2205-01-1989%22%29&cql%5B%5D=%28date+_lte_+%2209-01-1989%22%29&redirect=true&identifier=ddd%3A010645441%3Ampeg21%3Aa0334&resultsidentifier=ddd%3A010645441%3Ampeg21%3Aa0334


    Kind regards,

    Dirk Maas

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