Thursday, July 20, 2017

Compendium to the 1924 Olympics-Part 3

I.    1924 Olympics-First Round:

Note:
Belgium, Bulgaria, Egypt, France, Ireland, Latvia, Luxembourg, Holland and Romania received a bye to the nexr round.
Sweden advanced as Portugal withdrew.



Date: May 25, 1924
Competition: Olympics-First Round
Result: Italy 1-Spain 0
Venue: Paris (Stade de Colombes)-Stade Olympique- Stade Yves du Manoir, France
Attendance: 18,991
Referee: Marcel Slawik (France)
Goalscorers:
(Italy): Pedro Vallana (Own Goal) 84th   
(Spain): None
Summary of goals:
1:0 (84th minute, Italy): Leopoldo Conti passed to Adolfo Baloncieri, who attempted to cross to Mario Magnozzi, but Vallana intercepted with his kneee and scored an won goal.
Lineups:
Italy:
Giovanni De Prà (Genoa Foot Ball Club)  
Virginio Rosetta (Unione Sportiva Pro Vercelli Calcio)
Umberto Caligaris (Casale Foot Ball Club)   
Ottavio Barbieri (Genoa Foot Ball Club)  
Luigi Burlando (Genoa Foot Ball Club)  
Giuseppe Aliberti (Foot Ball Club Torino)  
Leopoldo Conti (Foot Ball Club Internazionale- Milano)   
Adolfo Baloncieri (Captain) (Unione Sportiva Alessandria)    
Giuseppe Della Valle (Bologna Foot Ball Club) 
Mario Magnozzi (Unione Sportiva Livorno)     
Virgilio Levratto (Associazione Calcio Vado)

Coach: Vittorio Pozzo


Spain:
Ricardo Zamora Martinez (Real Club Deportivo Español-Barcelona)
Pedro Vallana Jeanguenat (captain) (Arenas Club de Guecho)
Luis Casas ‘Pasarin’ (Real Club Celta de Vigo)
Francisco  Gamborena Hernandez (Real Union de Irun)
Jesus Larraza Renovales (Athletic Club de Bilbao)
José Maria Peña Salegui (Arenas Club de Guecho)
Vicente Piera Paniella (Fútbol Club Barcelona)
José Samitier Vilalta (Fútbol Club Barcelona)
Juan Morjandin Callejón (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
Carmelo Goyenechea Sistiaga (Athletic Club de Bilbao)
Marcelino  Aguirrezabala Ibarbia ‘Chirri I’ (Athletic Club de Bilbao)

Coach: Pedro Parages
Sent Off: Jesus Larraza Renovales 55th


Photo From: Guerin Sportivo-La Grande Storia Del Calcio Italiana-1923-1924
(Vallana’s own goal, May 25, 1925, Olympics, Italy 1-Spain 0)


Photo From: Calcio 2000, Issue 33, August 2000
(Vallana’s own goal, May 25, 1925, Olympics, Italy 1-Spain 0)




Photo From: La Nazionale Italiana, 1978
(Italy squad, May 25, 1925, Olympics, Italy 1-Spain 0)



Photo From: Todo Sobre La Seleccion Espanola, Felix Martialay, 2006
(Spain squad, May 25, 1925, Olympics, Italy 1-Spain 0)



Photo From: IFFHS-Olympic Football Tournaments (1908-1936)
(May 25, 1925, Olympics, Italy 1-Spain 0)



Date: May 25, 1924
Competition: Olympics-First Round
Result: Switzerland 9-Lithuania 0
Venue: Paris -Stade Général John Joseph Pershing (Vincennes), France
Attendance: 8,110
Referee: Antonio Scamoni (Italy)
Goalscorers:
(Switzerland): Paul Sturzenegger 2nd, 43rd, 68th, 85th, Walter Dietrich 14th, Max Abegglen II 41st, 50th, 58th, Rudolf Ramseyer 63rd pen      
(Lithuania): None
Lineups:
Switzerland:
Hans Pulver (Berner Sport Club Young Boys-Bern)
Adolphe Reymond (Servette Football Club-  Genève)
Rudolf Ramseyer (Berner Sport Club Young Boys-Bern)
August Oberhauser (Fußball Club Nordstern Basel)
Paul Schmiedlin (Captain) (Fußball Club Bern)
Aron Pollitz (BSC (Baseler Sport Club) Old Boys-Basel)
Karl Ehrenbolger (Fußball Club Nordstern Basel)
Paul Sturzenegger (Fußball Club Zürich)
Walter Dietrich (Servette Football Club-  Genève)
Max Abegglen II (Grasshopper-Club Zürich)
Paul Fassler (Berner Sport Club Young Boys-Bern)

Coach: Edward Duckworth (England)


Lithuania:
Valerijonas Balčiūnas (Kovas Kaunas)
Stasys Janušauskas (Kovas Kaunas)
Jurgis Hardingsonas (KSK (Kownoer Sport Klub) Kaunas)
Stasys Razma (LFLS (Lietuvos fizinio lavinimosi sąjunga) Kaunas)
Vincas Bartuška (LFLS (Lietuvos fizinio lavinimosi sąjunga) Kaunas)
Leonas Juozapaitis (LFLS (Lietuvos fizinio lavinimosi sąjunga) Kaunas)
Edvardas Mikučiauskas (Kovas Kaunas)
Stasys Sabaliauskas (Kovas Kaunas)
Stepas Garbačiauskas (Captain)(LFLS (Lietuvos fizinio lavinimosi sąjunga) Kaunas)
Hansas Gecas (KSK (Kownoer Sport Klub) Kaunas)
Juozas Žebrauskas (Kovas Kaunas)

Coach: None


Date: May 25, 1924
Competition: Olympics-First Round
Result: Czechoslovakia 5-Turkey 2
Venue: Paris -Stade Bergeyre, France
Attendance: 4,344
Referee: Peder Christian Andersen (Norway)
Goalscorers:
(Czechoslovakia): Rudolf Sloup – Stapl 21st, Josef Sedlacek 28th, 37th, Jan Novak 64th, Josef Capek 74th
(Turkey): Bekir Rafet 65th, 84th
Lineups:
Czechoslovakia:
Josef Sloup Staplik (Sportovní klub Slavia Praha) 
Antonín Hojer (Athletic Club Sparta Praha)  
František Hojer (Sportovní klub Viktoria Zizkov)    
Otto Krombholz (DFC (Deutscher Fußball Club) 1892  Prag)
Josef  Pleticha (Sportovní klub Slavia Praha) 
Pavel Mahrer (DFC (Deutscher Fußball Club) 1892  Prag)
Josef Sedlacek I (Athletic Club Sparta Praha)  
Rudolf Sloup – Stapl (captain) (Sportovní klub Slavia Praha) 
Jan Novak (Sportovní klub Zidenice Brno)   
Josef Capek (Sportovní klub Slavia Praha)   
Josef Jelínek I (Sportovní klub Viktoria Zizkov)   

Coach: Jaroslav Bezecný

Note: Antonin Hojer missed a penalty kick before the 21st minute.

Turkey:
Nedim Kaleci (Altinordu Spor Kulübü–Istanbul) 
Cafer Çağatay (Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü –Istanbul)
Ali Gençay (Galatasaray Spor Kulübü–Istanbul)
Kadri Göktulga (Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü –Istanbul)
İsmet Uluğ (Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü –Istanbul)
Nihat Bekdik (Galatasaray Spor Kulübü–Istanbul)
Mehmet Leblebi (Galatasaray Spor Kulübü–Istanbul)
Alaeddin Baydar (Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü –Istanbul)
Zeki Rıza Sporel (Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü –Istanbul)
Bekir Rafet (captain) (Karlsruher Fußball-Club Phönix 1894 / Germany)
Bedri Gürsoy (Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü –Istanbul)

Coach: None (In some sources the Turkish Manager is the Scottish Billy Hunter)


Photo From: se Lvickem na prsou-Authors O.Bartunek, J.Kalat
(Czecholovakia squad, May 25, 1924, Olympics, Czechoslovakia 5-Turkey 2)



Photo From: IFFHS-Olympic Football Tournaments (1908-1936)
(Turkey squad, May 25, 1924, Olympics, Czechoslovakia 5-Turkey 2)



Date: May 25, 1924
Competition: Olympics-First Round
Result: USA 1-Estonia 0
Venue: Paris -Stade Général John Joseph Pershing (Vincennes), France
Attendance: 8,110
Referee: Paul Putz (Belgium)
Goalscorers:
(USA): Andrew J. Stradan 15th pen   
(Estonia): None
Lineups:
USA:
James E. Douglas (Newark Skeeters FC)
Irving C. Davis (Fairhill FC Philadelphia)
Arthur G. Rudd (Fleisher Yarn FC Philadelphia)
Frank Burkhardt Jones (Bridgeville FC Philadelphia)
Raymond A. Hornberger (Disston FC Philadelphia)
Frederick E. O'Connor (Lynn General Electric)
William Findlay (Galicia FC New York)
Dr. Aage E. Brix (Los Angeles Athletic Club)
Andrew J. Stradan (Fleisher Yarn FC Philadelphia)
Henry Charles Farrell (Fairhill FC Philadelphia)
Samuel H. Dalrymple (Disston FC Philadelphia)

Manager: George Matthew Collins
Coach: George Henry Burford

Estonia:
August Lass (FC Kalev Tallinn)
Arnold Pihlak (FC Kalev Tallinn)
Otto Silber (Tallinna JK (Jalgpalli Klubi))
Bernhard Rein (FC Sport Tallinn)
Elmar Kaljot (FC Kalev Tallinn)
Harald Kaarman  (FC Kalev Tallinn)       
Hugo Vali (FC Kalev Tallinn)       
Heinrich Paal (FC Sport Tallinn)
Eduard Ellman-Eelma(FC Kalev Tallinn)
Oskar Upraus (Captain) (FC Sport Tallinn)
Ernst Joll (FC Kalev Tallinn)       

Coach: Ferenc Konya (Hungary) 

Note:
1-In Estonian, FC Kalev Tallinn is referred as JK (Jalgpalliklubi) Tallinna Kalev
1-In Estonian, FC Sport Tallinn is referred as SK (Spordiklubi) Tallinna) Sport.


Note: Elmar Kaljot struck a penalty kick against the cross bar in the 68th minute.

Photo From: IFFHS-Olympic Football Tournaments (1908-1936)
(May 25, 1924, Olympics, USA 1-Estonia 0)



Date: May 26, 1924
Competition: Olympics-First Round
Result: Uruguay 7-Yugoslavia 0
Venue: Paris (Stade de Colombes)-Stade Olympique- Stade Yves du Manoir, France
Attendance: 3,025
Referee: Georges Vallat (France)
Goalscorers:
(Uruguay): José Vidal 20th, Hector Scarone 23rd, Pedro Petrone 35th, 61st, Pedro Cea 50th, 80th, Angel Romano 58th 
(Yugoslavia): None
Lineups:
Uruguay:
Andrés Mazali  (Club Nacional de Football Montevideo)
José Nasazzi (Captain) (Club Atlético Bella Vista- Montevideo)
Humberto Tomassina (Liverpool Fútbol Club- Montevideo)
José Leandro Andrade  (Club Atlético Bella Vista- Montevideo)
José Vidal (Club Atlético Belgrano Montevideo)
Alfredo Juan Ghierra (Universal Football Club Montevideo)
Santos Urdinarán   (Club Nacional de Football Montevideo)
Héctor Scarone (Club Nacional de Football Montevideo)
Pedro Petrone (Charley Football Club Montevideo)
Pedro Cea (Centro Atlético Lito Montevideo)
Angel Romano (Club Nacional de Football Montevideo)

Coach:  Ernesto Fígoli

Yugoslavia:
Dragutin Vrdjuka (Gradjanski Zagreb)
Stjepan Vrbancic (HASK (Hrvatski Akademiski Sportski Klub)-Zagreb)
Eugen Dasovic (Captain) (HASK (Hrvatski Akademiski Sportski Klub)-Zagreb)
Mare Marjanovic (HASK (Hrvatski Akademiski Sportski Klub)-Zagreb)
Janko Rodin (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)  
Rudolf Rupec (Gradjanski Zagreb)
Dragutin Babic (Gradjanski Zagreb)
Dusan Petkovic (Sport Klub Jugoslavija Beograd
Emil Perska (Gradjanski Zagreb)
Vladimir Vinek (Concordia Zagreb)
Eugen Placeriano (HASK (Hrvatski Akademiski Sportski Klub)-Zagreb)

Coach: Todor Sekulic


 
Photo From: IFFHS-Argentina (1902-1940)-Uruguay (1902-1940)
(Uruguay squad, May 26, 1924, Olympics, Uruguay 7-Yugoslavia 0)



Date: May 26, 1924
Competition: Olympics-First Round
Result: Hungary 5-Poland 0
Venue: Paris -Stade Bergeyre, France
Attendance: 3,578
Referee: Johannes (Job) Mutters (Holland)
Goalscorers:
(Hungary): Jozsef Eisenhoffer 19th, Ferenc Hirzer 52nd, 59th, Zoltan Opata 71st, 88th
(Poland): None
Lineups:
Hungary:
Janos Biri (Kispesti Athlétikai Club- Budapest)      
Karoly Fogl II (Újpesti Torna Egyesület- Budapest)     
Gyula Mandi (MTK (Magyar Testgyakorlók Köre)–Budapest)  
Gyorgy Orth (MTK (Magyar Testgyakorlók Köre)–Budapest)  
Bela Guttmann II (Sport Club Hakoah Wien / Austria)
Gábor Obitz  (Makkabi Brunn)
Jozsef Braun-Barna (captain) (MTK (Magyar Testgyakorlók Köre)–Budapest)  
Jozsef Eisenhoffer (Ferencvárosi Torna Club- Budapest)    
Zoltan Opata (MTK (Magyar Testgyakorlók Köre)–Budapest)  
Ferenc Hirzer (Makkabi Brunn)
Rudolf Jeny (MTK (Magyar Testgyakorlók Köre)–Budapest)  

Coach: Gyula Kiss
Note: Some sources refer to Karoly Fogl II as Hungary’s Captain

Poland:
Mieczysław Wiśniewski (Towarzystwo Sportowe Wisła Kraków)
Wawrzyniec Cyl (Łódzki Klub Sportowy- Lodz)
Stefan Fryc (Klub Sportowy Cracovia- Kraków)     
Marian Spoida (Klub Sportowy Warta Poznan)         
Zdzisław Styczeń (Towarzystwo Sportowe Wisła Kraków)
Stanisław Cikowski (Klub Sportowy Cracovia- Kraków)     
Wacław Kuchar (LKS (Lwowski Klub Sportowy) Pogon Lwów)
Mieczysław Batsch (LKS (Lwowski Klub Sportowy) Pogon Lwów)
Józef Kałuża (Klub Sportowy Cracovia- Kraków)     
Henryk Reyman (Captain) (Towarzystwo Sportowe Wisła Kraków)
Leon Sperling (Klub Sportowy Cracovia- Kraków)     

FA Captain: Adam Obrubański
Coach: Gyula Biró (Hungary)


Photo From: IFFHS-Olympic Football Tournaments (1908-1936)
(May 26, 1924, Olympics, Poland 0-Hungary 5)



Photo From: Bialo Czerwoni 1921-2001, Author Andrzej Gowarzewski
(Poland squad, May 26, 1924, Olympics, Poland 0-Hungary 5)





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