Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Compendium to the 1928 Olympics-Part 3


I.    1928 Olympics-Preliminary Round:

Note:
Bulgaria and Greece withdrew before the draw of the Preliminary Round. Estonia were to play Spain in the Preliminary Round on May 27th, but withdrew on May 22nd.

Preliminary Round:
May 27, 1928 (Amsterdam, Portugal 4-Chile 2)


Date: May 27, 1928
Competition: Olympics-Preliminary Round
Result: Portugal 4-Chile 2
Venue: Amsterdam-Olympisch Stadion, Holland
Attendance: 2,309
Referee: Youssaf Mohamed (Egypt)
Linesmen: Rafael Van Praag (Belgium), Maurice Hamus (Luxembourg)
Goalscorers:
(Portugal): Vitor Silva 38, Pepe 40,50, Valdemar Mota 63      
(Chile): Guillermo Saavedra 14, Alejandro Carbonell 30
Lineups:
Portugal:
Antonio Fernandes Roquete (Casa Pia Atlético Clube)
Carlos Alves Junior (Carcavelinhos Futebol Clube-Lisboa)
Jorge Gomes Vieira (Sporting Clube de Portugal-Lisboa)
Raul Soares Figueiredo Tomanqueiro (Sport Lisboa e Benfica)
Augusto da Silva (Clube de Futebol ´Os Belenenses`-Lisboa)
Cesar de Matos Rodrigues (Clube de Futebol ´Os Belenenses`-Lisboa)
Valdemar Mota da Fonseca (Futebol Clube do Porto)
José Manuel Soares Pepe (Clube de Futebol ´Os Belenenses`-Lisboa)
Vitor Marcolino da Silva (Sport Lisboa e Benfica)
Armando da Silva Martins (Vitória Futebol Clube-Setúbal)
José Manuel Martins (Sporting Clube de Portugal-Lisboa)

Coach: Cândido Fernandes Plácido de Oliveira
Team Captain: Jorge Gomes Vieira
Note: Vitor Marcolino da Silva had to leave the left due to an injury to his right knee, just after scoring, but returned at the start of second half.

Chile:
Juan Ibacache (Club Social y Deportivo Colo Colo-Santiago) (See Note 1)           
Ernesto Chaparro (Club Social y Deportivo Colo Colo-Santiago)          
Víctor Morales (Club Social y Deportivo Colo Colo-Santiago)           
Arturo Torres (Corporación Deportiva Everton -Viña del Mar)  
Guillermo Saavedra (Club Social y Deportivo Colo Colo-Santiago)           
Humberto Contreras (Club Deportivo Unión Española -Santiago) (See Note 2)
Carlos Schneberger (Club Social y Deportivo Colo Colo-Santiago)           
Oscar Alfaro (Club de Deportes San Luís -Quillota)
Guillermo Subiabre (Club Social y Deportivo Colo Colo-Santiago)           
Alejandro Carbonell (Valparaiso Ferroviarios)
Jose Miguel Olguín (Club Social y Deportivo Colo Colo-Santiago)           

Coach: Frank Powell (England)
Team Captain: Guillermo Saavedra
Notes:
1-In Some sources, Juan Ibacache is registered with (Club Social y Deportivo Colo Colo-Santiago), while in some he is with (Carioca FC Valparaiso).
2- In Some sources, Humberto Contreras is registered with (Club Deportivo Unión Española –Santiago), while in some he is with (Everton FC Vina del Mar)



Photo From: Los Sports, Issue 280, July 20, 1928
(May 27, 1928, Olympics, Portugal 4-Chile 2)



Photo From: IFFHS-Olympic Football Tournaments (1908-1936)
(May 27, 1928, Olympics, Portugal 4-Chile 2)



II.    1928 Olympics-First Round:


First Round:
May 27, 1928 (Amsterdam, Belgium 5-Luxembourg 3)
May 28, 1928 (Amsterdam, Germany 4-Switzerland 0)
May 28, 1928 (Amsterdam, Egypt 7-Turkey 1)
May 29, 1928 (Amsterdam, Italy 4-France 3)
May 29, 1928 (Amsterdam, Portugal 2-Yugoslavia 1)
May 29, 1928 (Amsterdam, Argentina 11-USA 2)
May 30, 1928 (Amsterdam, Spain 7-Mexico 1)
May 30, 1928 (Amsterdam, Holand 0-Uruguay 2)


Date: May 27, 1928
Competition: Olympics-First Round
Result: Belgium 5-Luxembourg 3
Venue: Amsterdam-Olympisch Stadion, Holland
Attendance: 5,834
Referee: Lorenzo Martinez (Argentina)
Linesmen: Albino Carraro (Italy), Guillermo Comorera Gatuellas (Spain)
Goalscorers:
(Belgium): Raymond Braine 9, 72, Louis Versyp 20, Jacques Moeschal 23, 67
(Luxembourg): Guillaume Schutz 32, Jean-Pierre Weisberger 43, Robert Theissen 45
Lineups:
Belgium:
Jean Caudron (Sporting Club Anderlechtois)
Jules Lavigne (Royal Racing Club de Bruxelles)
Nicolaas Hoydonckx (Berchem Sport)
Pierre Braine (Royal Beerschot Athletic Club-Antwerpen) 
Florimond Van Halme (Royal Cercle Sportif Brugeois)
Gustave Boesman (Association Royale Athletique La Gantoise)
Louis Versyp (Royal Football Club Brugeois)   
Gerard Devos (Royal Cercle Sportif Brugeois)
Raymond Braine (Royal Beerschot Athletic Club-Antwerpen) 
Jacques Moeschal (Royal Racing Club de Bruxelles) 
Jan Diddens (Racing Club Mechelen)  

Coach: Viktor Löwenfeld (Austria)
Team Captain: Florimond Van Halme

Luxembourg:
Henri Scharry (Association Sportive La Jeunesse d´Esch-sur-Alzette)   
Emile Kolb (Football Association Red Boys Differdange)
Nicolas Kirsch (Cercle Athlétique Spora Luxembourg)   
Bernard Fischer (Football Association Red Boys Differdange)
Paul Feierstein (Football Association Red Boys Differdange)
Albert Reuter (Football Club Red Black Pfaffenthal)  
Francois Weber (Cercle Athlétique Spora Luxembourg)   
Jean-Pierre Weisberger (Cercle Sportif Fola-Esch)          
Robert Theissen (Cercle Athlétique Spora Luxembourg)   
Joseph Kirpes (Association Sportive La Jeunesse d´Esch-sur-Alzette)   
Guillaume Schutz (Union Sportive Luxemburg)

Coach: Gustave Jacquemart
Team Captain: Nicolas Kirsch



Photo From: 90 Joer Letzebuerger Footballfederatioun / 90 ans Federation Luxembourgeoise de Football
(Luxembourg squad and match action, May 27, 1928, Olympics, Belgium 5-Luxembourg 3)




Photo From: 90 Joer Letzebuerger Footballfederatioun / 90 ans Federation Luxembourgeoise de Football
(May 27, 1928, Olympics, Belgium 5-Luxembourg 3)



Date: May 28, 1928
Competition: Olympics-First Round
Result: Germany 4-Switzerland 0
Venue: Amsterdam-Olympisch Stadion, Holland
Attendance: 16,158
Referee: Willem Eymers (Holland)
Linesmen: Vuyk (Holland), Henri Maeck (Belgium)
Goalscorers:
(Germany): Richard Hofmann 17, 75, 85,  Josef Hornauer 42
(Switzerland): None
Lineups:
Germany:
Heinz Stuhlfauth (1.Fußball-Club Nürnberg - Verein für Leibesübungen e.V. )
Albert Beier (Hamburger Sport-Verein e.V.)
Heinrich Weber (Kurhessen Kassel)
Georg Knöpfle (Spielvereinigung Fürth e.V.)
Hans Kalb (1.Fußball-Club Nürnberg - Verein für Leibesübungen e.V. ) 
Ludwig Leinberger (Spielvereinigung Fürth e.V.)
Ernst Albrecht (Düsseldorfer Turn-und Sportverein Fortuna 1895 e.V.)   
Josef Hornauer (Turn- und Sportverein München von 1860 e.V. )
Josef Pöttinger (Fußball-Club Bayern München e.V.)
Richard Hofmann (Meeraner Sport Verein 1907-Meerane)
Ludwig Hofmann (Fußball-Club Bayern München e.V.)

Coach: Prof. Otto Nerz
Team Captain: Hans Kalb

Switzerland:
Frank Séchehaye (Étoile Carouge Football Club – Genève)
Walter Weiler II (Grasshopper-Club Zürich)
Rudolf Ramseyer (Fußball Club Bern)
Paul De Lavallaz (Grasshopper-Club Zürich)
Kurt Pichler (Servette Football Club – Genève)
Paul Fässler (Berner Sport Club Young Boys-Bern)
Gaston Tschirren (
Grasshopper-Club Zürich)
Wilhelm Jaggi IV (Servette Football Club – Genève)
Walter Dietrich (Sportgemeinschaft Eintracht Frankfurt 1899 / Germany)
Max Abegglen II (Grasshopper-Club Zürich)
Raymond Bailly (Servette Football Club – Genève)

Coach: Thomas Crook ‘Tedy’ Duckworth (England)
Team Captain: Rudolf Ramseyer



Photo From: Deutschlands Fussball Landerspiele, Eine Dokumentation von 1908-1989
(Germany squad, May 28, 1928, Olympics, Germany 4-Switzerland 0)





Photo From: Deutschlands Fussball Landerspiele, Eine Dokumentation von 1908-1989
(May 28, 1928, Olympics, Germany 4-Switzerland 0)



Photo From: IFFHS-Olympic Football Tournaments (1908-1936)
(Match Action and Switzerland squad, May 28, 1928, Olympics, Germany 4-Switzerland 0)



Date: May 28, 1928
Competition: Olympics-First Round
Result: Egypt 7-Turkey 1
Venue: Amsterdam-Olympisch Stadion, Holland
Attendance: 2,744
Referee: Marcel Slawick (France) 
Linesmen: Vuyk (Holland), Fritz Spranger (Germany)
Goalscorers:
(Egypt): Ali El-Hassani 20 pen, Aly Mohammed Riad 27, Mahmoud Mokhtar 46, Ismail El-Sayed Hooda, Mahmoud Mokhtar, Mahmoud Mokhtar 63, Gamil El-Zobeir 86 (See Note 3)     
 (Turkey): Bekir Rafet 81 (See Note 1 and 2)
Lineups:
Egypt:
Abdel Hamid Hamdi (National SC Cairo)
El-Sayed Fahmi Abaza (National SC Cairo)
Ahmed Mohamed Salem (Olympic Club Alexandria)
Gaber Yaqout El-Soury (Al Ittihad Alexandria)
Ali El-Hassani (National SC Cairo)
Ahmed Mahmoud Soliman (National SC Cairo)
Ismail El-Sayed Hooda ‘Ismail II’ (Al Ittihad Alexandria)
Aly Mohammed Riad (Tersana Club Cairo)
Mahmoud Ismail Hooda ‘Ismail I’ (Al Ittihad Alexandria)
Mahmoud Al-Rifai Mokhtar ‘El Tetch’ (National SC Cairo)
Mohammed Gamil El-Zobeir (National SC Cairo)

Coach: None
Team Captain: Ali El-Hassani

Turkey:
Ulvi Yenal (Galatasaray Spor Kulübü–Istanbul)
Kadri Göktulga (Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü –Istanbul)
Burhan Atak (Galatasaray Spor Kulübü–Istanbul)
Cevat Seyit (Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü –Istanbul)
Nihat Bekdik (Galatasaray Spor Kulübü–Istanbul)
İsmet Uluğ (Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü –Istanbul)
Mehmet Leblebi (Galatasaray Spor Kulübü–Istanbul)
Alaeddin Baydar (Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü –Istanbul)
Zeki Rıza Sporel  (Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü –Istanbul)
Bekir Rafet (Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü –Istanbul)
Muhlis Peykoğlu (Galatasaray Spor Kulübü–Istanbul)

Coach: None
Team Captain: Zeki Rıza Sporel
Notes:
1-Per IFFHS (International Federation of Football History & Statistics), Turkey’s goal by Bekir Rafet is shown shown as 71st minute.
2- Turkey’s Bekir Rafet is referred as their goalscorer in most sources, however, according to the RSSSF website  all contemporary Dutch newspaper reports listed inside left Alaattin as the scorer.”
3-Egypt’s goslscoring sequence is shown per IFFHS, which does not have the minutes for some of the goals.
Other sources show the following different goalscoring sequences:
(Version 1): El Hassany 20 pen, Riad 27, Mokhtar 46, El Sayed Hooda, Mokhtar, Mokhtar 63, El Zobeir 86   
(Version 2): El-Zobeir 23pen, Riad 27, Ismail II 50, Mokhtar 46, 53, 63, Ali El-Hassani 86  
(Version 3): Muhammed İsmail 23, Riyaz 28, 50, 53 ,88,  Mokhtar 47 68     



Photo From: EnciclopediaFutbol#13
(May 28, 1928, Olympics, Egypt 7-Turkey 1)



Date: May 29, 1928
Competition: Olympics-First Round
Result: Italy 4-France 3
Venue: Amsterdam-Olympisch Stadion, Holland
Attendance: 2,509
Referee: Henri Christophe (Belgium)
Linesmen: Karl Weingärtner (Germany), Cheref Bey (Turkey)
Goalscorers:
(Italy): Gino Rossetti 19, Virgilio Levratto 39, Elvio Banchero 43, Adolfo Baloncieri 60         
(France): Juste Brouzes 14, 18, Robert Dauphin 61
Lineups:
Italy:
Giovanni De Prà (Genoa Foot Ball Club)  
Virginio Rosetta (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)             
Umberto Caligaris (Casale Foot Ball Club)  
Silvio Pietroboni (Foot Ball Club Internazionale- Milano)      
Fulvio Bernardini (Foot Ball Club Internazionale- Milano)     
Antonio Janni (Foot Ball Club Torino)  
Enrico Rivolta (Foot Ball Club Internazionale- Milano)      
Adolfo Baloncieri (Foot Ball Club Torino)  
Elvio Banchero (Unione Sportiva Alessandria)    
Gino Rossetti (Foot Ball Club Torino)  
Virgilio Levratto (Genoa Foot Ball Club)    

Coach: Augusto Rangone
Team Captain: Adolfo Baloncieri

France:
Alexis Thépot (Football Etoile Club de Levallois)
Urbain Wallet (Amiens Athlétic Club)   
Marcel Domergue (Red Star Olympique-Paris)    
Augustin Chantrel (Red Star Olympique-Paris)   
Robert Dauphin (Stade Français-Paris)            
Alexandre Villaplane (Sporting Club Nîmois)
Jules Dewaquez  (Olympique de Marseille)
Juste Brouzes (Red Star Olympique-Paris)    
Paul Nicolas (Red Star Olympique-Paris)  
Henri Pavillard (Stade Français-Paris)             
Marcel Langiller (Cercle Athlétique de Paris)     

Coach: Peter Farmer (England) along with a Technical Commission
Team Captain: Paul Nicolas
Note:
1-Belgian Referee Henri Christophe blew the half-time whistle six minutes too soon. After his assistants notified him of his error, the teams returned to resume the final minutes of the half.



Photo From: Guerin Sportivo-La Grande Storia Del Calcio Italiana-1927-1929
(Italy squad, May 29, 1928, Olympics, Italy 4-France 3)




Photo From: L’Equipe, L’Equipe de France de Football, la Belle Histoire
(May 29, 1928, Olympics, Italy 4-France 3)



Photo From: L’Equipe, L’Equipe de France de Football, la Belle Histoire
(May 29, 1928, Olympics, Italy 4-France 3)



Date: May 29, 1928
Competition: Olympics-First Round
Result: Portugal 2-Yugoslavia 1
Venue: Amsterdam- Oude Stadion (Nederlandsch Sportpark), Holland
Attendance: 1,226
Referee: Alfred Birlem (Germany)
Linesmen: Paul Putz (Belgium), Mihaly Iváncsics (Hungary)
Goalscorers:
(Portugal): Vitor Silva 26, Augusto Silva 90       
(Yugoslavia): Mirko Bonacic 40
Lineups:
Portugal:
Antonio Fernandes Roquete (Casa Pia Atlético Clube)
Carlos Alves Junior (Carcavelinhos Futebol Clube-Lisboa)
Jorge Gomes Vieira  (Sporting Clube de Portugal-Lisboa)
Raul Soares Figueiredo Tomanqueiro (Sport Lisboa e Benfica)
Augusto da Silva (Clube de Futebol ´Os Belenenses`-Lisboa)
Cesar de Matos Rodrigues (Clube de Futebol ´Os Belenenses`-Lisboa)
Valdemar Mota da Fonseca (Futebol Clube do Porto)
José Manuel Soares Pepe (Clube de Futebol ´Os Belenenses`-Lisboa)
Vitor Marcolino da Silva (Sport Lisboa e Benfica)
João dos  Santos (Vitória Futebol Clube-Setúbal)
José Manuel Martins (Sporting Clube de Portugal-Lisboa)

Coach: Cândido Fernandes Plácido de Oliveira
Sent off: Valdemar Mota 80
Team Captain: Jorge Gomes Vieira 

Yugoslavia: (See Note 1)
Geza Siflis (SAND (Suboticko Atletsko Nogometno Drustvo) Subotica) 
Milutin Ivkovic (Sport Klub Jugoslavija Beograd) 
Milorad Mitrovic (Beogradski Sport Klub- Beograd) 
Milorad Arsenijevic (Beogradski Sport Klub- Beograd) 
Danijel Premerl (HASK (Hrvatski Akademiski Sportski Klub)-Zagreb)
Ljubisa Djordjevic (Beogradski Sport Klub- Beograd) 
Kuzman Sotirovic (Beogradski Sport Klub- Beograd) 
Ivan Bek (Football Club de Sète / France)  
Mirko Bonacic (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)  
Slavin Cindric (Gradjanski Zagreb)
Franjo Giler (Gradjanski Zagreb)

Coach: Dr Ante Pandakovic
Sent off: Milutin Ivkovic 80
Team Captain: Danijel Premerl
Note:
1-Per RSSSF website, “the official report of the Olympic Games includes Beleslin, Benčić and Marjanović I in the Yugoslav line-up instead of, respectively, Mitrović, Sotirović and Bek.”



Photo From: Almanaque da Seleccao, Authors Published by Almanaxi, 2004
(Portugal squad, May 29, 1928, Olympics, Portugal 2-Yugoslavia 1)



Photo From: EnciclopediaFutbol#13
(May 29, 1928, Olympics, Portugal 2-Yugoslavia 1)




Photo From: IFFHS-Olympic Football Tournaments (1908-1936)
(May 29, 1928, Olympics, Portugal 2-Yugoslavia 1)



Photo From: IFFHS-Olympic Football Tournaments (1908-1936)
(May 29, 1928, Olympics, Portugal 2-Yugoslavia 1)



Date: May 29, 1928
Competition: Olympics-First Round
Result: Argentina 11-USA 2
Venue: Amsterdam-Olympisch Stadion, Holland
Attendance: 3,848
Referee: Paul Ruoff (Switzerland)
Linesmen: Thomas Balvay (France), Max de Vries Foltynski (Dutch East Indies)
Goalscorers:
(Argentina): Manuel Ferreira 9, 29,  Domingo Tarasconi 24, 63, 66, 89, Raimundo Orsi 41, 73, Roberto Cherro 47, 49, 57
(USA): Rudy Kuntner 55, Henry O'Carroll 75 (See Note 1)
Lineups:
Argentina:
Angel Bossio (Club Atlético Talleres Remedios De Escalada)
Ludovico Bidoglio (Club Atlético Boca Juniors -Buenos Aires)
Fernando Paternoster (Racing Club de Avellaneda-Avellaneda - Buenos Aires)       
Angel Segundo Médici (Club Atlético Boca Juniors -Buenos Aires)
Luis Felipe Monti (Club Atlético San Lorenzo de Almagro- Buenos Aires)
Saúl H. Calandra (Club Estudiantes de la Plata-La Plata)
Alfredo D. Carricaberry (Club Atlético San Lorenzo de Almagro- Buenos Aires)
Domingo Alberto Tarasconi (Club Atlético Boca Juniors -Buenos Aires)
Manuel Ferreira (Club Estudiantes de la Plata-La Plata)
Roberto Eugenio Cherro (Club Atlético Boca Juniors -Buenos Aires)
Raimundo Bibiano Orsi (Club Atlético Independiente Avellaneda- Buenos Aires)     

Coach: José Lago Millán
Team Captain: Luis Felipe Monti

USA:
Albert Cooper (Trenton FC)
John Duffy (Independent FC Harison)
Harry Smith (Lighthouse FC Philadelphia)
Francis J. Ryan (Lighthouse FC Philadelphia)
John Lyons (Fore River Shamrocks Boston)
Robert Allen Aitken, Jr. (Caledonian FC Paterson)
William Findlay (Galicia FC New York)
John Deal (Wolfenden Shore FC Philadelphia)
Rudolph Kuntner (New York Giants FC)
Henry O'Carroll (Bayonne Rovers FC)
James Gallagher (Ryerson Juniors FC Kearny)

Coach: George Henry Burford (England)
Team Captain: Robert Allen Aitken, Jr.
Note:
1-Most sources credit Henry O'Carroll as the scorer of USA’s first goal, but per other sources (including IFFHS), Rudy Kuntner was the scorer.
Per RSSSF, Dutch newspapers listed John Deal as the scorer.
There is also dispute as to the minute of the goal. IFFHS lists the goals as the 55th minute, while other sources show the 31st minute.


Photo From: EnciclopediaFutbol#13
(Argentina squad, May 29, 1928, Olympics, Argentina 11-USA 2)



Date: May 30, 1928
Competition: Olympics-First Round
Result: Spain 7-Mexcio 1
Venue: Oude Stadion (Nederlandsch Sportpark), Holland
Attendance: 2,344
Referee: Gabor Boronkay (Hungary) (See Note 2)
Linesmen: Max de Vries Foltynski (Dutch East Indies), Ernest Fabris (Yugoslavia) (See Note 1)
Goalscorers:
(Spain): Luis Regueiro 12, 43, Jose Maria Yermo 22, 49, 82, Marculteta 53, Mariscal 55  (See Note 4)
(Mexico): Juan Carreño 76 (See Note 3)
Lineups:
Spain:
Jose Maria Jáuregui Lagunas (Arenas Club Guecho)
Pedro Vallana Jeanguenat (Arenas Club Guecho)
Jacinto Fernandez de Quincoces Lopez de Albina (Club Deportivo Alves Vitoria)
Amadeo Labarta Rey (Real Sociedad de Futbol San Sebastian)
Francisco ‘Pachi’ Gamborena Herrandorena (Real Union Club Irun)
Trino Arizcorreta Sein (Real Sociedad de Futbol San Sebastian)
Angel Mariscal Beuba (Real Sociedad de Futbol San Sebastian)
Luis Regueiro Pagola (Real Union Club Irun)
Jose Maria Yermo Solaegui (Arenas Club Guecho)
Martin Marculeta Barberia (Real Sociedad de Futbol San Sebastian)
Luis Iruretagoyena Ayestaran, ‘Kiriki’ (Real Sociedad de Futbol San Sebastian)

Coach: Jose Angel Berraondo Insausti
Team Captain: Pedro Vallana Jeanguenat

Mexico:
Oscar Bonfiglio (Marte Futbol Club- Ciudad de Mexico)
Agustín Ojeda (Marte Futbol Club- Ciudad de Mexico)
Rafael Garza Gutiérrez ‘Record’ (CF América- Ciudad de Mexico)
Nieves Hernández (Marte Futbol Club- Ciudad de Mexico)
Pedro Suinaga (CF América- Ciudad de Mexico)
Luis Cerrilla (CF América- Ciudad de Mexico)
Carlos Garcés (CF América- Ciudad de Mexico)
Benito Contreras (CF América- Ciudad de Mexico)
Ernesto Sota (CF América- Ciudad de Mexico)
Juan Carreño (Atlante Futbol Club- Ciudad de Mexico)
Juan Terrazas (CF América- Ciudad de Mexico)

Coach: Alfonso Rojo de la Vega
Team Captain: Pedro Suinaga
Notes:
1-In some sources one of the the linemen is listed as Turkey’s Cheref Bey instead of Max de Vries Foltynski (Dutch East Indies).
2-The Italian Referee Achille Da Gama Silva Malcher was originally assigned for this match, but Spain protested as they were to meet Italy had they qualified. Gabor Boronkay of Hungary was assigned to Referee the match.
3-Various sources show Mexico’s goal scored by Juan Carreño in the 66th, 76th, 78th or 81st minutes.
4-Varios sources show the sequence of the Spanish goals differently than as shown.
(Version 1): Luis Regueiro 12,74, Jose Maria Yermo 24,56,87, Marculeta 36         
(Version 2): Luis Regueiro 13, 43, Jose Maria Yermo 27, 46, 80, Marculeta 56, Mariscal 60
(Version 3): Luis Regueiro 13, 27, Jose Maria Yermo 43,63, 85, Marculeta 66, Marsiscal 70 



Photo From: EnciclopediaFutbol#13
(May 30, 1928, Olympics, Spain 7-Mexico 1)



Photo From: EnciclopediaFutbol#13
(May 30, 1928, Olympics, Spain 7-Mexico 1)


Photo From: Todo Sobre La Seleccion Espanola, Felix Martialay, 2006

(Spain squad, May 30, 1928, Olympics, Spain 7-Mexico 1)

Date: May 30, 1928
Competition: Olympics-First Round
Result: Holland 0-Uruguay 2
Venue: Amsterdam-Olympisch Stadion, Holland
Attendance: 24,727
Referee: Johannes (John) Langenus (Belgium)
Linesmen: Carlo Dani (Italy), Youssof Mohamed (Egypt)
Goalscorers:
(Holland): None
(Uruguay): Héctor Scarone 20, Santos Urdinarán 86
Lineups:
Holland:
dr Agaeus Ijme ‘Gejus’ van der Meulen (HFC (Haarlemsche Football Club)-Haarlem) 
ir Henri Léonard Barthélémi ‘Harry’ Dénis (HBS (Houdt Braef Standt)-Den Haag)
Adolf  Henri ‘Dolf’ van Kol (Amsterdamse Football Club Ajax-Amsterdam)
Petrus Cornelis ‘Piet’ van Boxtel (NAC (NOAD (Nooit Opgeven Altijd Doorzetten) Advendo Combinatie) Breda)
Petrus Hubertus ‘Pierre’ Massy (Rfc (Roermondse football club) Roermond)
Gerardus Henricus ‘Puck’ van Heel (Rotterdamsche Voetbal en Atletik Vereniging Feijenoord-Rotterdam) 
mr Jan Johan Gerard Hendrik Elfring (vavv (verenigde Alkmaarse voetbal verenigingen) Alcmaria Victrix-Alkmaar)
Wouter Marianus ‘Wout’ Buitenweg (uc&vv (Utrechtse cricket & voetbal vereniging) Hercules-Utrecht)
Bertus Johannes Freese (AVC (Almelose voetbal club) Heracles-Almelo)  
Leonardus Franciscus ‘Leo’ Ghering (L.O.N.G.A.( Lichaams Ontwikkeling Na Gedane Arbeid)-Tilburg)
Jacob Gerardus ‘Jaap’ Weber (Rotterdamsche Voetbal en Atletiek Vereniging Sparta –Rotterdam)

Coach: Robert Glendenning (England)
Team Captain: ir Henri Léonard Barthélémi ‘Harry’ Dénis

Uruguay:
Andrés Mazali (Club Nacional de Football Montevideo)
José Nasazzi  (Club Atlético Bella Vista- Montevideo)
Pedro Arispe (Rampla Juniors Football Club - Montevideo)    
José Leandro Andrade (Club Nacional de Football Montevideo)
Lorenzo Fernández (Club Atlético Capurro Montevideo)
Alvaro Gestido (Sporting Club Solferino Montevideo)
Santos Urdinarán (Club Nacional de Football Montevideo)
Héctor Scarone  (Club Nacional de Football Montevideo)
René Borjas (Montevideo Wanderers Football Club)
Pedro Cea (Club Nacional de Football Montevideo)
Juan Pedro Arremón (Club Atlético Peñarol Montevideo)

Coach:  Primo Giannoti
Team Captain: José Nasazzi


Photo From: Los Sports, Issue 281, July 27, 1928
(May 30, 1928, Olympics, Holand 0-Uruguay 2)

Photo From: Oranje Toen En Nu, Deel 3, 1927-1932, 2002-2003, Author Matty Verkamman
(Holland squad, May 30, 1928, Olympics, Holand 0-Uruguay 2)

Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989
(May 30, 1928, Olympics, Holand 0-Uruguay 2)

Photo From: IFFHS-Olympic Football Tournaments (1908-1936)
(Team captains and Holland squad, May 30, 1928, Olympics, Holand 0-Uruguay 2)

Photo From: Oranje Toen En Nu, Deel 3, 1927-1932, 2002-2003, Author Matty Verkamman
(May 30, 1928, Olympics, Holand 0-Uruguay 2)


Photo From: Oranje Toen En Nu, Deel 3, 1927-1932, 2002-2003, Author Matty Verkamman
(May 30, 1928, Olympics, Holand 0-Uruguay 2)








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