Friday, August 28, 2015

International Season- 1982/83, Part 1


August

The International season started in the aftermath of the 1982 World Cup in Spain that Italy had won.
There were few matches of interest in August as most nations were just recuperating from the World Cup. In  New York, the FIFA/UNICEF charity match took place that the Europeans triumphed.
France played its traditional August curtain raiser. Their opponents Poland,  had also been their opponents in their last match of the previous World Cup.
The experimental and under-strength French squad was torn apart in Paris (0-4). France were to host the 1984 Euros, so Michel Hidalgo had two years of Friendlies as preparation.
This match was also the death-nail of French goalkeeper Jean-Luc Ettori’s international career. The goalkeeper who was already on thin ice following his disappointing World Cup was jeered throughout the match.


Date: August 1, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Torshavn
Faroe Islands 1-Iceland 4  (Jan Nielsen / Sigurdur Grétarsson  60,76 pen, Heimir Karlsson 44,  Sigurjon Kristjánsson 65)

Date: August 2, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Gata
Faroe Islands 0-Iceland 4  (Sigurdur Grétarsson 8,66, Sigurjon Kristjánsson 57,79)


Date: August 7, 1982
Competition: FIFA charity match for UNICEF     
Venue: East Rutherford, New Jersey-Giants Stadium, USA
FIFA World Stars 2-Europe XI 3  (Zico 29, Lakhdar Belloumi 35 / Kevin Keegan 58, Bruno Pezzey 79, Giancarlo Antognoni  88)


Photo From : Onze, Issue 81, September 1982
(Kevin Keegan, August 7, 1982, FIFA World Stars 2-Europe XI 3)



Date: August 11, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Oslo- Ullevaal Stadion
Norway 1-Sweden 0  (Tom Lund 57)

Date: August 11, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Copenhagen -Idrætsparken
Denmark 3-Finland 2 (Lars Bastrup 3, Soren Lerby 65, Soren Busk 71 / Ari Valvee 7, Hannu Turunen 37)



Date: August 15, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Suceava, Areni
Romania 4-Japan 0 (Michael Klein 22, Turcu 24, Ladislau Boloni 52, Dudu Georgescu 80)

Date: August 18, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Bucuresti -Stadionul 23 August        
Romania 3-Japan 1 (Ladislau Boloni 42, Dudu Georgescu 70, 86 / Totsuka 12)

Date: August 31, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Paris -Parc des Princes
France 0-Poland 4 (Jan Jalocha 28, Janusz Kupcewicz 61, 62, Andrzej Buncol 68 pen)


Photo From : Onze, Issue 81, September 1982
(Jean-Marc Ferreri, August 31, 1982, France 0-Poland 4)






September

The first phase of Qualification for the 1984 UEFA European Championships started this month.
Holland dropped a valuable point at Iceland, while Romania won an important match vs. Sweden at home.
Bobby Robson started his reign as England Manager, but it was Denmark who gave a warning shot to England and the rest of Europe despite tying at home with England.
Both Portugal and Poland defeated Finland in a group that also contained the USSR.
Holland somewhat redeemed themselves by the end of the month by defeating the Republic of Ireland (2-1) at home, with Dick Schoenaker scoring after 40 seconds and Ruud Gullit scoring his first ever goal for Holland.
West Germany and Belgium tested each other in a scoreless friendly at Munich.
The attendance was the lowest for Germany at home since the end of World War II.
Juup Derwall had wanted to select Stuttgart’s Karl Allgower, who refused the call-up, after his disappointment for not being selected for the World Cup.
Likewise, Felix Magath had retired from the National team in anger after not playing in the Final match of the World Cup.
Bernd Franke was supposed to have been the starting goalkeeper, however he was injured after colliding with Pierre Littbarski in training. Harald Schumacher was re-instated as the starting goalkeeper.



Date: September 1, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 7
Venue: Reykjavik - Laugardarsvollur
Iceland 1-Holland 1   (Atli Edvaldsson 49 / Dick Schoenaker 51)


Photo From: Foot Magazine, Issue No. 27, September 1983
(Willy van der Kerkhof and Ben Wijnestekers, September 1, 1982, EC Qualifier, Iceland 1-Holland 1)






Date: September 1, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Bucuresti -Stadionul 23 August
Romania 1-Denmark 0   (Ilie Balaci 6)

Date: September 7, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Sankt Gallen-Espenmoos Stadion
Switzerland 3-Bulgaria 2   (Claudio Sulser 41-Ivan Iliev (Own Goal) 59-Rudolf Elsener 70 / Tzvetan Yonchev 48, Radoslav Zdravkov 73)

Date: September 8, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Reykjavik, Laugardalsvøllur
Iceland 0-East Germany 1   (Joachim Streich 30)

Date: September 8, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 2
Venue: Kuopio, Vainolanniemella 
Finland 2-Poland 3   (Ari Valvee 84, Keijo Kousa 85 / Woldzmierz Smolarek 16 pen, Dariusz Dziekanowski 20, Janusz Kupcewicz 73)


Date: September 8, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 5
Venue: Bucuresti -Stadionul 23 August        
Romania 2-Sweden 0   (Ioan Andone 25, Michael Klein 47)




Date: September 22, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 3
Venue: Copenhagen -Idrætsparken
Denmark 2-England 2   (Allan Hansen II 69 pen, Jesper Olsen 89 / Trevor Francis 7,80)


Photo From : World Soccer, September 1983
(Lars Bastrup and Bryan Robson, September 22, 1982, EC Qualifier, Denmark 2-England 2   )




Date: September 22, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 2
Venue: Helsinki-Olympiastadion
Finland 0-Portugal 2  (Nene 15, Antonio Oliveira 89)



Date: September 22, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Burgas, Tschernomorez-Stadium
Bulgaria 2-East Germany 2   (Radoslav Zdravkov 44, 72 / Hans-Jurgen Dörner 33, Hans-Jurgen Riediger 56)

Date: September 22, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Györ -Raba Eto Stadıum
Hungary 5-Turkey 0   (Imre Garaba 10, Gyozo Burcsa 29, Laszlo Budavari 39, Laszlo Kiss 60, Joszef Poczik 73)

Date: September 22, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 7
Venue: Rotterdam-De Kuip-Feyenoord Stadion
Holland 2-Republic of Ireland 1  (Dick Schoenaker 1, Ruud Gullit 65 / Gerry Daly 80)

Photo From: Foot Magazine, Issue No. 27, September 1983
(Rene van der Gijp, September 22, 1982, EC Qualifier, Holland 2-Republic of Ireland 1)





Date: September 22, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 4
Venue: Swansea-Vetch Field
Wales 1-Norway 0  (Per Egil Nygard (own goal) 31)



Date: September 22, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 6
Venue: Vienna-Praterstadion
Austria 5-Albania 0  (Maximilian Hagmayr 23, Felix Gasselich 40, Agostin Kola (own goal) 64, Heribert Weber 66, Karl Brauneder 81)



Date: September 22, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: München- Olympiastadion
West Germany 0-Belgium 0  


Photo From: Chronik des deutschen fussballs, 2005
(Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, September 22, 1982, West Germany 0-Belgium 0)







October

The qualification phase continued with Belgium gaining an important home victory vs. Switzerland, while in the same group Scotland also defeated East Germany.
Portugal defeated Poland to gain the upper hand in their group, while USSR also won its first match vs. Finland in the same group.
In an upset Norway defeated Yugoslavia at home with Yugoslav Manager Todor Veselinovic making his debut.
In a high profile friendly, West Germany defeated England at Wembley. This loss ended England’s 12 match unbeaten streak.
West Germany become the first continental team to win twice against England at their home soil.
Karl Allgower once again refused a call-up from Derwall.
Pierre Littbarski played with the under-21’s the previous day and had scored a hat trick, he only came on the last twent minutes for this match.
Austria defeated Northern Ireland with two Schachner goals.
Italy played its first match since the World Cup and lost at home in a Friendly  to Switzerland. This was their first home defeat in eleven years and their first ever defeat against Switzerland.
The now retired Brazilian referee Arnaldo César Coelho, who had refereed the World Cup Final agreed to officiate in this match at the request of the Italian Federation.
Spain , with new Manager Miguel Munoz,  defeated Iceland narrownly at home.
Czechoslovaia, now under Frantisek Havrinek, started its qualification matches with a home tie (2-2) vs. Sweden.


Date: October 6, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 5
Venue: Bratislava -Tehelne Pole Stadion (Slovan Bratislava)
Czechoslovakia 2-Sweden 2   (Petr Janecka 48, 53 / Mats Jingblad 88, Ulf Eriksson 89)


Date: October 6, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Paris -Parc des Princes        
France 1-Hungary 0   (Laurent Roussey 65)


Photo From:  Onze, Hors Serie 16, 1983
(Jean Tigana, October 6, 1982, France 1-Hungary 0 )




Date: October 6, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 1
Venue: Bruxelles-Stade du Heysel  (Brussels- Heizelstadion)
Belgium 3-Switzerland 0   (Heinz Ludi (own goal) 2, Ludo Coeck 48, Erwin Vandenbergh 82)


Photo From: Foot Magazine, Issue No. 18, November 1982
(Alex Czerniatinski, October 6, 1982, EC Qualifier, Belgium 3-Switzerland 0)




Date: October 9, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 3
Venue: Luxembourg -Stade Municipal de Luxembourg   
Luxembourg 0-Greece 2   (Christos Dimopoulos 8 pe, Nikos Anastopoulos 25)




Date: October 10, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 2
Venue: Lisbon, Estadio da Luz (Estadio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica)
Portugal 2-Poland 1   (Nene 2 , Fernando Gomes 82 / Pawel Król 90)

Date: October 10, 1982
Competition: Merlion Cup -Group B
Venue: National Stadium, Singapore
Thailand 0-Australia 4   (Phil O’Connor 22, John Kosmina 71, 87, Gary Cole 73)

Date: October 13, 1982
Competition: Merlion Cup -Group B
Venue: National Stadium, Singapore
Indonesia 0-Australia 2   (David Mitchell 73, 77)

Date: October 13, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 2
Venue: Moskva (Moscow)-Tsentral'nyj Stadion imeni Vladimira Il'yicha Lenina (The Central V.I.Lenin's Stadium)
USSR 2-Finland 0   (Sergei Baltacha 2,  Sergei Andreyev 59)


Photo From: Футбол - Футбол-Хоккей\ 1982\№42---17.10.82
(October 13, 1982, EC Qualifier, USSR 2-Finland 0)




Date: October 13, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 7
Venue: Dublin, Lansdowne Road 

Republic of Ireland 2-Iceland 0   (Frank Stapleton 35, Tony Grealish 63)



Date: October 13, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 4
Venue: Oslo- Ullevaal Stadion       

Norway 3-Yugoslavia 1   (Tom Lund 5, Arne Larsen Okland 69, Aage Hareide 89 / Dusan Savic 74)

Photo From : World Soccer , December 1982
(Tom Lund in the air, October 13, 1982, EC Qualifier, Norway 3-Yugoslavia 1 )




Date: October 13, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 1
Venue: Glasgow - Hampden Park
Scotland 2-East Germany 0   (John Wark 52, Paul Sturrock 75)


Photo From: Foot Magazine, Issue No. 27, September 1983
(John Robertson and Reinhard Hafner, October 13, 1982, EC Qualifier, Scotland 2-East Germany 0)



Date: October 13, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: London - The Empire Stadium Wembley

England 1-West Germany 2   (Tony Woodcock 85 /  Karl-Heinz Rummenigge 72, 83)

Photo From : Fussball magazin, March april 1983
(Norbert Meier , October 13, 1982, England 1-West Germany 2 )






Date: October 13, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 6
Venue: Vienna-Praterstadion
Austria 2-Northern Ireland 0   (Walter Schachner 2, 39)


Photo From: Österreichs Fußball Länderspiele Chronik 1902 – 1993, Author: Anton Egger
(Walter Schachner scoring the first goal, October 13, 1982, EC Qualifier, Austria 2-Northern Ireland 0 )







Date: October 14, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Sofia- Vassil Levski Stadion
Bulgaria 7-Malta 0   (Rujdi Kerimov 13, Blagoi Blangov 21, Boicho Velichkov 33, Georgi Dimitrov 60, Georgi Slavkov 54,70, 78)

Date: October 15, 1982
Competition: Merlion Cup - Semi-finals
Venue: National Stadium, Singapore
Malaysia 0-Australia 2   (Peter Katholos 19, 37, John Kosmina 56, Phil O'Connor 64, Gary Cole)


Date: October 17, 1982
Competition: Merlion Cup - Final
Venue: National Stadium, Singapore
South Korea 2-Australia 3   (Oh Suk Jae 59, Park Chang Seun 83 / Phil O'Connor 17, David Mitchell 34, George Christopoulos 61)

Date: October 27, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Roma –Lo Stadio Olimpico

Italy 0-Switzerland 1   (Rudolf Elsener 53)




Date: October 27, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 7
Venue: Malaga, Estadio La Rosaleda
Spain 1-Iceland 0   (Pedraza 59)


Photo From :  Mondial, new series, issue 38, May 1983
(October 27, 1982, EC Qualifier, Spain 1-Iceland 0)





Date: October 27, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Copenhagen -Idrætsparken
Denmark 1-Czechoslovakia 3   (Michael Laudrup 20 / Milan Cermak 5, Jan Fiala 16, Pavel Chaloupka 43)

Date: October 27, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 6
Venue: İzmır -Kemal Atatürk Stadyumu
Turkey 1-Albania 0   (Arif 86)

Date: October 27, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 4
Venue: Sofia- Vassil Levski Stadion       
Bulgaria 2-Norway 2   (Boicho Velichkov 13, Plamen Nikolov 68 / Hallvar Thoresen 17 pen, Arne Larsen Okland 67)



Date: October 27, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Levkosia (Nicosia)-Makarion Athlítiko Kentro (Bishop Makarios Stadium)     
Cyprus 1-Greece 1  (Yiannakis Yiangoudakis 89 / Thomas Mavros 88)






November

France continued experimentation with a friendly away win at Holland. Luis Fernandez made his debut for France in that match.
France’s Marius Tresor earned his 63rd cap to equal Roger Marche’s record.
Italy, missing the injured Cabrini and Graziani, continued its dismal season and qualification matches by only tying at home with Czechsolovakia.
Switzerland defeated Scotland to already dent the Scots qualification hopes.
Republic of Ireland and Spain played in an entertaining (3-3) tie at Dublin.
Yugoslavia somewhat redeemed their previous loss at Norway by defeating Bulagaria away.
England defeated Greece (3-0) away with two goals from Tony Woodcock.
Bryan Robson was England Captain, as Ray Wilkins was out injured.
Northern Ireland inflicted an important loss to West Germany at Belfast, which marked Bernd Schuster’s return to the German squad.
The 1982 Asian Games started in India.
Austria’s Toni Polster scored his first goal for Austria in a qualifier vs. Turkey (4-0).


Date: November 10, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Rotterdam-De Kuip-Feyenoord Stadion

Holland 1-France 2  (Simon Tahamata 8 / Patrick Battiston 12, Michel Platini 81)


Photo From : Onze, Issue 86, February 1983
(Frank Rijkaard, Maxime Bossis and Luis Fernandez, November 10, 1982, Holland 1-France 2)






Date: November 10, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 3
Venue: Luxembourg -Stade Municipal de Luxembourg
Luxembourg 1-Denmark 2  (Marcel Di Domenico 54 / Lerby 29 pen, Klaus Berggreen 67)


Photo From : Mondial, new series, issue 47, February 1984
(Lars Bastrup between Meunier and Rohmann, November 10, 1982, EC Qualifier, Luxembourg 1-Denmark 2)





Date: November 13, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 5
Venue: Milano -Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, San Siro

Italy 2-Czechoslovakia 2  (Alessandro Altobelli 13, Kapko (own goal) 66 / Jiri Sloup 26, Pavel Chaloupka 72)

Photo From :  Mondial, new series, issue 33, December 1982
(Giancarlo Antognoni between Frantisek Jakubec and Peter Zelensky, November 13, 1982, EC Qualifier, Italy 2-Czechoslovakia 2  )



Date: November 13, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 5
Venue: Levkosia (Nicosia)-Makarion Athlítiko Kentro (Bishop Makarios Stadium)
Cyprus 0-Sweden 1  (Dan Corneliusson 34)


Date: November 13, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Kuwait
Kuwait  1-Norway 0 (Fath Kemal 82)


Date: November 17, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 1
Venue: Berne- Wankdorf Stadion

Switzerland 2-Scotland 0  (Claudio Sulser 49, Andre Egli 60)




Date: November 17, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 7
Venue: Dublin, Lansdowne Road
Republic of Ireland 3-Spain 3  (Ashley Grimes 2, Frank Stapleton 64, 76 / Antonio Maceda 31, Mick Martin (own goal) 47, Victor 60)


Photo from: Football Association of Ireland, 75 Years, Author Peter Byrne, 1996
 (Frank Stapelton, November 17, 1982, EC Qualifier, Republic of Ireland 3-Spain 3  )





Date: November 17, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 6
Venue: Vienna-Praterstadion  

Austria 4-Turkey 0  (Toni Polster 10', Bruno Pezzey 34', Herbert Prohaska 36 pen, Walter Schachner 54)


Photo From: Österreichs Fußball Länderspiele Chronik 1902 – 1993, Author: Anton Egger
(November 17, 1982, EC Qualifier, Austria 4-Turkey 0)  




Date: November 17, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 4
Venue: Sofia- Vassil Levski Stadion
Bulgaria 0-Yugoslavia 1  (Nenad Stojkovic 36          )




Date: November 17, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Karl-Marx-Stadt, Ernst-Thälmann-Stadion

East Germany 4-Romania 1 (Dieter Kühn 30, 65, Rudiger Schnuphase 40, Jurgen Heun 85 / Ladislau Bölöni 61)

Photo From: Chronik des deutschen fussballs, 2005
(Dumitru Moraru and Dieter Kühn, November 17, 1982, East Germany 4-Romania 1)
Date: November 17, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 3
Venue: Thessaloniki- Kaftantzoglio (Iraklis)
Greece 0-England 3  (Tony Woodcock 2, 63, Sammy Lee 68)


Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 41, August 1983
(November 17, 1982, EC Qualifier, Greece 0-England 3  )  





Date: November 17, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 6
Venue: Belfast- Windsor Park

Northern Ireland 1-West Germany 0  (Ian Stewart 18)



Date: November 20, 1982
Competition: Asian Games-Group A
Venue: Ambedkar Stadium
North Korea 1-Syria 1  (Jang Bong-Yong 21 / Raghed Khalil 86)

Date: November 20, 1982
Competition: Asian Games-Group A
Venue: Ambedkar Stadium
Saudi Arabia 1-Thailand 0 (Othman Fayrouz 42)

Date: November 20, 1982
Competition: Asian Games-Group C
Venue: Chhatrasal Stadium
China 1-Malaysia 0 (Liu Chengde 23)

Date: November 20, 1982
Competition: Asian Games-Group C
Venue: Nehru Stadium
India 2-Bangladesh 0 (Prasun Banerjee 2)

Date: November 21, 1982
Competition: Asian Games-Group B
Venue:
Iraq 4-Burma 0 (Natiq Hashim 10, Hussein Saeed 32, Ali Hussein 54, Haris Mohammed 86)

Date: November 21, 1982
Competition: Asian Games-Group B
Venue:
Kuwait 3-Nepal 1 (Yousuf Al-Suwaid, Abdullah Al-Baloushi, Anbar Saeed / B.Ghale)

Date: November 21, 1982
Competition: Asian Games-Group D
Venue: Chhatrasal Stadium
Japan1 –Iran 0 (Kazushi Kimura 79)

Date: November 21, 1982
Competition: Asian Games-Group D
Venue: Ambedkar Stadium
South Korea 3-South Yemen 0 (Chung Hae-Won 25, Choi Soon-Ho 75,80)

Date: November 22, 1982
Competition: Asian Games-Group A
Venue: Nehru Stadium
North Korea 3-Thailand 0 (Han Hyong-Il 28, 56, 62)

Date: November 22, 1982
Competition: Asian Games-Group A
Venue: Nehru Stadium
Sausi Arabia 1-Syria 1 (????)

Date: November 22, 1982
Competition: Asian Games-Group C
Venue:
China 1-Bangladesh 0 (Huang Xiangdong 22)

Date: November 22, 1982
Competition: Asian Games-Group C
Venue:
India 1-Malaysia 0 (Kartick Seth 68)

Date: November 23, 1982
Competition: Asian Games-Group B
Venue:
Iraq 3-Nepal 0 (Ayoub Odisho 3, Hussein Saeed 56,75)

Date: November 23, 1982
Competition: Asian Games-Group B
Venue:
Kuwait 4-Burma 0 (Nasser Al-Ghanim, Abdulaziz Al-Anbari, Yousuf Al-Suwaid, Moayed Al-Haddad)

Date: November 23, 1982
Competition: Asian Games-Group D
Venue: Nehru Stadium
Japan 3-South Yemen 1 (Hiromi Hara 66,79, Tetsuya Totsuka 84 / Mehdi Salem Ahmed 50)

Date: November 23, 1982
Competition: Asian Games-Group D
Venue: Nehru Stadium
Iran 1-South Korea 0 (Hamid Darakhshan 47)

Date: November 24, 1982
Competition: Asian Games-Group A
Venue: Chhatrasal Stadium
North Korea 2-Saudi Arabia 2 (Kim Jong-Man 33, Hwang Sang-Hoi 40 / Ahmed Bayazid 11, Samir Abdulshaker 13)

Date: November 24, 1982
Competition: Asian Games-Group A
Venue: Nehru Stadium
Syria 1-Thailand 3 (Jamal Keshak 30 / Boonum Suksawat 8,23, Piyapong Piew-On)

Date: November 24, 1982
Competition: Asian Games-Group C
Venue: Ambedkar Stadium
India 2-China 2 (Shabbir Ali 53, Kartick Seth 60 / Shen Xiangfu 25, Zuo Shusheng 82)

Date: November 24, 1982
Competition: Asian Games-Group C
Venue: Ambedkar Stadium
Bangladesh 2-Malaysia 1 (   ??? )

Date: November 25, 1982
Competition: Asian Games-Group B
Venue:
Kuwait 2-Iraq 1 (Yousuf Al-Suwaid, Abdulaziz Al-Anbari / Ali Hussein)

Date: November 25, 1982
Competition: Asian Games-Group D
Venue: Chhatrasal Stadium
Japan 2-South Korea 1 (????)

Date: November 25, 1982
Competition: Asian Games-Group D
Venue: Ambedkar Stadium
Iran 2-South Yemen 0 (Nasser Mohamedkhani 49, Ali Fayroozi 67)

Date: November 26, 1982
Competition: Asian Games-Group B
Venue:
Burma 3-Nepal 0 (Tin Hlaing 41, Aye Maung 80, Maung Win 81)

Date: November 27, 1982
Competition: Asian Games- Quarterfinals
Venue: Nehru Stadium
North Korea 1-China 0 (Kim Jong-Man 58)

Date: November 27, 1982
Competition: Asian Games- Quarterfinals
Venue: Nehru Stadium
India 0-Saudi Arabia 1 (Ahmed Bayazid)

Date: November 28, 1982
Competition: Asian Games- Quarterfinals
Venue: Nehru Stadium
Kuwait 1-Iran 0 (Moayed Al-Haddad 97)

Date: November 28, 1982
Competition: Asian Games- Quarterfinals
Venue: Nehru Stadium
Iraq 1-Japan 0 (Emad Jassim 102)

Date: November 30, 1982
Competition: Asian Games- Semifinals
Venue: Nehru Stadium
Kuwait 3-North Korea 2 (Mahboub Jumaa Mubarak 90+'pen, Moayed Al-Haddad 102, Abdulaziz Al-Anbari 104 / Kim Jong-Man 76, Kim Won-Chol 112)

Date: November 30, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Genk
Watesrchei (Belgium) 0-Romania 4 (Ilie Balaci 52, Romulus Gabor 59, 64, 70)



December

The Asian Games ended with Iraq defeating Kuwait in the Final. 
Italy lost more ground at home after only managing a scoreless tie at Florence with main group rivals Romania. France Baresi, who was in the Serie B that season with AC Milan, started in place of the injured Gaetano Scirea.
England demolished Luxembourg (9-0) at Wembley.
Luther Blisset became the first English player since Malcolm McDonald in 1975 (vs. Cyprus at Wembley)  to score 5 goals in a match.
Yugoslavia and Wales matchup at Titograd ended with the unbelievable score of (4-4) with eight different goalscorers.
Northern Ireland lost an important away point after a scorelss tie at Tirana vs. Albania.
Belgium took command of its group by defeating Scotland (3-2) at home.
Holland defeated Malta (6-0) at Aaschen, West Germany. Malta were banned from playing on their controversial sandy field. They initially intended to hold the match in the South of Italy, but the Dutch Federation offered them 20,000 British Pounds for a more Northern venue.




Date: December 1, 1982
Competition: Asian Games- Semifinals
Venue: Nehru Stadium
Iraq 1-Saudi Arabia 0 (Haris Mohammed 18)



Date: December 1, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Athens- Olympiako Stadio Athinas 'Spyros Louis' (OAKA)
Greece 1-Switzerland 3 (Nikos Anastopolus 24 / Andre Egli 9, Claudio Sulser 62, 80

Date: December 3, 1982
Competition: Asian Games- Final
Venue: Nehru Stadium
Iraq 1-Kuwait 0 (Hussein Saeed 82)

Date: December 4, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 5
Venue: Firenze -Stadio Comunale
Italy 0-Romania 0

Photo From:  Mondial, new series, issue 47, February 1984
(Nicoale Ungureanu, Claudio Gentile and Michael Klein, December 4, 1982, EC Qualifier, Italy 0-Romania 0)  





Date: December 8, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Lima
Juan Aurich (Peru) 0-Poland 0

Date: December 15, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Palermo
Palermo (Italy) 1-Bulgaria 0 (Gasparini 53)


Date: December 15, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 3
Venue: London - The Empire Stadium Wembley

England 9-Luxembourg 0 (Jeannot Moes (own goal) 17, Steve Coppell 21, Tony Woodcock 34, Luther Blissett 43,63,86, Mark Chamberlain 72, Glenn Hoddle 88, Phil Neal 90)

Photo From: World Soccer, February 1983
(December 15, 1982, EC Qualifier, England 9-Luxembourg 0)  





Date: December 15, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 4
Venue: Titograd- Stadion pod Goricom

Yugoslavia 4-Wales 4 (Zvjezdan Cvetkovic 14, Zvonko Zivkovic 17, Zlatko Kranjcar 36, Miodrag Jesic 66 / Brian Flynn 5, Ian Rush 39, Joey Jones 70, Robbie James 80)




Date: December 15, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 6
Venue: Tiranë (Tirana)- Stadiumi Kombetar ‘Qemal Stafa’
Albania 0-Northern Ireland 0

Date: December 15, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 1
Venue: Bruxelles-Stade du Heysel  (Brussels- Heizelstadion)
Belgium 3-Scotland 2 (Erwin Vandenbergh 25, Francois Van der Elst 38, 63 /  Kenny Dalglish 13, 35)


Photo From: Foot Magazine, Issue 20, January 1983
(Ludo Coeck, December 15, 1982, EC Qualifier, Belgium 3-Scotland 2)  




Date: December 19, 1982
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 7
Venue: Aachen - Tivoli Stadion, West Germany
Malta 0-Holland 6 (Edo Ophof 22 pen, Cees van Kooten 25,70, Hugo Hovenkamp 34, Dick Schoenaker 39,51)


Photo From:  Mondial, new series, issue 41, August 1983
(Pierre Vermeulen, December 19, 1982, EC Qualifier, Malta 0-Holland 6)  




Date: December 22, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Ramat-Gan, National Stadium
Israel 2-Tottenham Hotspur (England) 2 (Machnes, Beni Tabak / Garry Brooke, Giorgio Mazzon)

Date: December 22, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Ístanbul -Ali Sami Yen Stadyumu (Galatasaray)
Turkey 0-Bulgaria 1 (Jivko Gospodinov 79)

Date: December 22, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Ioannia- Ethniko Stadio "National"
Greece 1-Cyprus 0 (Giorgios Semertzidis 39)

Date: December 22, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Lima
Alianza Lima (Peru) 2-Poland 0 (???)

Date: December 23, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue:Siracusa
Siracusa (Italy) 0-Bulgaria 0


Date: December 26, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Mazara
Mazaro del Vallo (Italy) 1-Bulgaria 2 (  ???)

Date: December 26, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Barcelona-Nou Camp  
Spain 3-Foreigners XI 3 (Junaito 20, Martin 54, 78 / Jorge Valdano 7, Bernd Schuster 37, Mario Kempes 42)

Date: December 26, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Valettta ,Ta’Qali -National Stadium      
Malta 0-Bulgaria 0

Date: December 28, 1982
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Valettta ,Ta’Qali -National Stadium      

Malta 1-Bulgaria 7 ( ?? / Stoicho Mladenov 12,43, Russi Gochev 17, Nikolai Grancharov 30, Consiglio (own goal) 36 , Anyo Sadkov 68, Spass Djevizov 87)

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