Sunday, November 3, 2013

Old Match Photographs-Part 20c

Photo From: Fussball Magazin, February march 1978
(Wladyslaw Zmuda and Mirandhina, July 6, 1974, World Cup, Poland 1-Brazil 0) 
Photo From: Fussball Magazin, December 1988
(Dieter Eckstein of Eintracht Frankfurt, October 22, 1988, Eintracht Frankfurt 0-SV Hamburg 1)

Photo From: Fussball Magazin, April May 1977
(Wolfgang Overath scoring, June 20, 1970, World Cup, West Germany 1-Uruguay 0)

Photo From: France Football, October 8, 1985
(Patrick Battiston, October 2, 1985, Champions Cup, Fenerbahce 0-Bordeaux 0)

Photo From:  France Football, November 2, 1982
(Argentinean midfielder Osvaldo Ardiles at Paris St Germain, 1982/83)

Photo From: France Football, Noember 26, 1986
(Werder Bremen bench, left to right: Kienert (masseur), Franck Neubarth, Otto Rehhagel, Rudi Voeller)

Photo From: France Football, May 23, 1978
(Brazil goalkeeper Emerson Leao, 1978)

Photo From:  France Football, March 8, 1988
(Jean-Marie Pfaff and Hugo Sanchez, March 2, 1988, Champions Cup, Bayern Munich 3-Real Madrid 2)

Photo From: France Football, January 29, 1991
(Metz’s Croatian player Aliocha Asanovic, January 13, 1991, Bordeaux 1-Metz 1)

Photo From:  France Football, January 15, 1991
(Tirol’s Czech Striker Vaclav Danek , 1990/91)

Photo From:  France Football, February 28, 1989
(Gerald Vanenburg and Ricardo Gallego, April 20, 1988, Champions Cup,  PSV Eindhoven 0-Real Madrid 0)

Photo From: France Football, December 31, 1985
(Denmark’s John Sivebaek, November 13, 1985, World Cup Qualifier, Republic of Ireland 1-Denmark 4)

Photo From:  France Football, April 17, 1990
(Uruguay’s Enzo Francescolli with Olympique Marseille, 1989/90)

Photo From:  France Football, April 4, 1989
(four part showing Jorge Buruchaga scoring Argentina’s winner , June 29, 1986, World Cup, Argentina 3-West Germany 2)

Photo From: Forever England, A History of the National Side, Authors Mark Shaoul, Tony Williamson
(Future England Manager Alf Ramsey as an England player)

Photo From: Foot Magazine, November 1984
(Rene Vandereycken, October 17, 1984, World Cup Qualifier, Belgium 3-Albania 1)

Photo From: Foot Magazine, May 1983
(Garth Crooks and Warren Neill, May 27, 1982, FA Cup, Tottenham 1-Queens Park Rangers 0)

Photo From: Foot Magazine, January 1984
(Jan Jongbloed with Go Ahead Eagles, 1983/84)

Photo From: Foot Magazine, December 1986
(Club Brugge’s Leo van der Elst and Serge-Didier Kimoni of Seraing, 1986/87)

Photo From: European Football Yearbook 1988
(Ruggiero Rizzitelli with Cesena, 1987/88)

Photo From: England, The Complete Post-War Record, Author Mike Payne
(England’s Liverpool contingent prior to Friendly vs. Switzerland on September 7, 1977 (scoreless tie), left to right: Ian Robert Callaghan, Terence McDermott, Raymond Neal Clemence, Philip George Neal, Raymond Kennedy, Emlyn Walter Hughes)

Photo From: El Grafico, La Historia de Argentina en los Mundiales
(Diego Maradona receiving his marching orders, July 2, 1982, World Cup, Brazil 3-Argentina 1)

Photo From: El Grafico, Historia de la seleccion Argentina, 1961-70
(Argentina players from the 1960s, left to right:: Antonio Ubaldo Rattin, Hector Casimiro Yasalde, Raul Emilio Bernao and Roberto Anibal Tarabini listening to Adolfo Pedernera)

Photo From: El Grafico, Historia de la seleccion Argentina, 1951-60
(Argentina players from the 1957 Copa America squad known as ‘Los Carasucias de Lima’, left to right: Oreste Omar Corbatta, Humberto Dionisio Maschio, Antonio Valentin Angelilo, Enrique Omar Sívori, Osvaldo Hector Cruz)

Photo From: El Grafico, Historia de la seleccion Argentina, 1902-20
(Jose Buruca Laforia, the first goalkeeper of Argentina National Team)

Photo From: El Grafico , Issue 3447, 1987
(Claudio Borghi with Argentinos Juniors)

Photo From: Don Balon-Espana-July 10-16, 1995
(Joseba Etxeberria of Real Sociedad, 1994/95)

Photo From:  Don Balon-Espana-April 12-18, 1994
(Ilia Najdoski with Real Valladolid 1993/94)

Photo From: Deutschlands Fussball Landerspiele, Eine Dokumentation von 1908-1989
(Future West Germany Manager Helmut Schoen as a player)

Photo From: Capitaines des bleus depuis 1904, Author Vincent Duluc
(France’s Raymond Kopa)

Photo From: Calcio 2000, February 2000
(AS Roma’s Maurizio Iorio, 1982/83)

Photo From: Calcio 2000, August 1998
(Roberto Baggio in an advertisement for Diadora as a Bologna player, 1997/98)

Photo From:  Azzurri, Storia della Nazionale di calcio tre volte campioni del Mondo, 1910-1983
(Drawing showing Giuseppe Meazza holding his shorts up while taking penalty kick, the elastic of his short had been ripped, June 16, 1938, World Cup, Italy 2-Brazil 1)

Photo From: 100 Melhores do Futebol Portugues, Volume I
(Brazil goalkeeper Gilmar and Portugal’s Carlos Gomes, April 8, 1956, Portugal 0-Brazil 1)


  1. I was lucky enough to see Baggio (thank you for the Diadora pic) playing as Juventus player and as a Bologna player, in the Dall'Ara stadium in Bologna. A true legend of the game. At his best he was able to win matches by himself.

  2. Nice set of pictures, but I think Brazil was not dressed with their traditional "canarinha" shirt until the 50's (after the 1950's "Maracanazo" versus Uruguay).