Thursday, April 5, 2018

Compendium to the 1928 Olympics-Part 4


III.    1928 Olympics-Quarterfinals:

Quarterfinals:
June 1, 1928 (Amsterdam, Italy 1-Spain 1)
June 2, 1928 (Amsterdam, Argentina 6-Belgium 3)
June 3, 1928 (Amsterdam, Egypt 2-Portugal 0)
June 3, 1928 (Amsterdam, Uruguay 4-Germany 1)

Quarterfinals Replay:
June 4, 1928 (Amsterdam, Italy 7-Spain 1)


Date: June 1, 1928
Competition: Olympics-Quarterfinals
Result: Italy 1-Spain 1 (After Extra Time)
Venue: Amsterdam-Olympisch Stadion, Holland
Attendance: 3,388
Referee: Domingo Lombardi (Uruguay)
Linesmen: Paul Ruoff (Switzerland), Hans S. Boekman (Holland)
Goalscorers:
(Italy): Adolfo Baloncieri 63
(Spain): Zaldua 11
Lineups:
Italy:
Giampiero Combi (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)             
Virginio Rosetta (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)             
Umberto Caligaris (Casale Foot Ball Club)    
Silvio Pietroboni (Foot Ball Club Internazionale- Milano)      
Alfredo Pitto (Bologna Foot Ball Club) 
Antonio Janni (Foot Ball Club Torino)  
Enrico Rivolta (Foot Ball Club Internazionale- Milano)      
Adolfo Baloncieri (Foot Ball Club Torino)  
Angelo Schiavio (Bologna Foot Ball Club) 
Gino Rossetti (Foot Ball Club Torino)  
Virgilio Levratto (Genoa Foot Ball Club)    

Coach: Augusto Rangone
Team Captain: Adolfo Baloncieri

Spain:
Jose Maria Jáuregui Lagunas (Arenas Club Guecho)
Jacinto Fernandez de Quincoces Lopez de Albina (Club Deportivo Alves Vitoria)
Domingo ‘Chomin’ Zaldúa Anabitarte (Real Sociedad de Futbol San Sebastian)
Amadeo Labarta Rey (Real Sociedad de Futbol San Sebastian)
Antero Gonzalez de Audicana Inchaurriaga (Club Deportivo Alves Vitoria)
Jose Legarreta Abartúa (Athletic Club Bilbao)
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: Jose Maria Yermo
Note:
1-Antero left the field injured in the 35th minute, but returned at the start of the second half.



Photo From: Los Sports, Issue 281, July 27, 1928
(June 1, 1928, Olympics, Italy 1-Spain 1)



Date: June 2, 1928
Competition: Olympics-Quarterfinals
Result: Argentina 6-Belgium 3
Venue: Amsterdam-Olympisch Stadion, Holland
Attendance: 16,399
Referee: Achille Da Gama Silva Malcher (Italy)
Linesmen: Max de Vries Foltynski (Dutch East Indies), Alfred Birlem (Germany)
Goalscorers:
(Argentina): Domingo Tarasconi 4, 10, 75, 89, Manuel Ferreira 6, Raimundo Orsi 81        
(Belgium): Raymond Braine 24, Florimond Van Halme 28, Jacques Moeschal 53
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)      
Segundo Médici (Club Atlético Boca Juniors -Buenos Aires)
Luis Felipe Monti  (Club Atlético San Lorenzo de Almagro- Buenos Aires)
Rodolfo Orlandini (Club Social y Sportivo Buenos Aires)
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  

Belgium:
Jan De Bie (Royal Racing Club de Bruxelles)
Auguste Ruyssevelt (Royal Beerschot Athletic Club-Antwerpen)  
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)
Gerard Devos (Royal Cercle Sportif Brugeois) 
Georges Despae (Association Royale Athletique La Gantoise)  
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


Photo From: Los Sports, Issue 281, July 27, 1928
(June 2, 1928, Olympics, Argentina 6-Belgium 3)




Photo From: IFFHS-Olympic Football Tournaments (1908-1936) 
(Belgium squad, June 2, 1928, Olympics, Argentina 6-Belgium 3)



Date: June 3, 1928
Competition: Olympics-Quarterfinals
Result: Egypt 2-Portugal 0
Venue: Amsterdam-Olympisch Stadion, Holland
Attendance: 3,448
Referee: Dr. Giovanni Mauro (Italy)
Linesmen: Vuyk (Holland), Guillermo Comorera Gatuellas (Spain)
Goalscorers:
(Egypt): Mahmoud Mokhtar 15, Aly Mohammed Riad 48       
(Portugal): Vítor Silva 76
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) (See Note 1)
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


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:
1-In some sources Ezz El-Din Gamal is listed to have played for Egypt instead of Ahmed Mahmoud Soliman.




Date: June 3, 1928
Competition: Olympics-Quarterfinals
Result: Uruguay 4-Germany 1
Venue: Amsterdam-Olympisch Stadion, Holland
Attendance: 25,131
Referee: Youssof Mohamed (Egypt)
Linesmen: Henri Christophe (Belgium), Jan De Wolf (Holland)
Goalscorers:
(Uruguay): Pedro Petrone 35, 39, 84, Hector Castro 63 (See Note 1)
(Germany): Richard Hofmann 81
Lineups:
Uruguay:
Andrés Mazali  (Club Nacional de Football Montevideo)
José Nasazzi (Club Atlético Bella Vista- Montevideo)
Pedro Arispe (Rampla Juniors Football Club - Montevideo)    
Juan Píriz (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 Castro (Club Nacional de Football Montevideo)
Pedro Petrone (Club Nacional de Football Montevideo)
Pedro Cea (Club Nacional de Football Montevideo)
Antonio Cámpolo (Club Atlético Peñarol Montevideo)

Coach:  Primo Giannoti
Sent Off:  José Nasazzi 87
Team Captain: José Nasazzi

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
Sent off: Hans Kalb 37, Richard Hofmann 87
Team Captain: Hans Kalb
Note:
1-In some sources, Uruguay’s Héctor Castro is credited as the goalscorer in the 39th minute.


Photo From: Chronik des deutschen fussballs, 2005
(June 3, 1928, Olympics, Uruguay 4-Germany 1)




Photo From: Deutschlands Fussball Landerspiele, Eine Dokumentation von 1908-1989
(Germany squad and Team captains, June 3, 1928, Olympics, Uruguay 4-Germany 1)




Photo From: Die Geschichte der Fussball Nationalmanschaft, Author Dietrich Schulze-Marmeling (Hrsg), 2004
(June 3, 1928, Olympics, Uruguay 4-Germany 1)



Photo From: IFFHS-Argentina (1902-1940)-Uruguay (1902-1940)
(June 3, 1928, Olympics, Uruguay 4-Germany 1)



Photo From: IFFHS-Argentina (1902-1940)-Uruguay (1902-1940)
(June 3, 1928, Olympics, Uruguay 4-Germany 1)



Date: June 4, 1928
Competition: Olympics-Quarterfinals, Replay
Result: Italy 7-Spain 1
Venue: Amsterdam-Olympisch Stadion, Holland
Attendance: 4,770
Referee: Hans S. Boekman (Holland)
Linesmen: Rafael Van Praag (Belgium), Fritz Spranger (Germany)
Goalscorers:
(Italy): Mario Magnozzi 14, Angelo Schiavio 15 or 18, Adolfo Baloncieri 18 or 25, Fulvio Bernardini 40, Enrico Rivolta 72, Virgilio Levratto 76, 77 or 82
(Spain): Jose Maria Yermo 47
Lineups:
Italy:
Giampiero Combi (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)             
Virginio Rosetta (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)             
Umberto Caligaris (Casale Foot Ball Club)    
Alfredo Pitto (Bologna Foot Ball Club) 
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)  
Angelo Schiavio (Bologna Foot Ball Club) 
Mario Magnozzi (Unione Sportiva Livorno)   
Virgilio Levratto (Genoa Foot Ball Club)    

Coach: Augusto Rangone
Team Captain: Adolfo Baloncieri

Spain:
Jose Maria Jáuregui Lagunas (Arenas Club Guecho)
Jacinto Fernandez de Quincoces Lopez de Albina (Club Deportivo Alves Vitoria)
Domingo ‘Chomin’ Zaldúa Anabitarte (Real Sociedad de Futbol San Sebastian)
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)
Francisco ‘Paco’ Bienzobas Ocariz (Real Sociedad de Futbol San Sebastian)
Ignacio Maria Alcorta Hermoso ‘Cholín’ (Real Sociedad de Futbol San Sebastian)
Jose Maria Yermo Solaegui (Arenas Club Guecho)
Martin Marculeta Barberia (Real Sociedad de Futbol San Sebastian)
Robustiano Bilbao Echeverria ‘Robus’ (Arenas Club Guecho)

Coach: Jose Angel Berraondo Insausti
Team Captain: Jose Maria Yermo Solaegui



Photo From: EnciclopediaFutbol#13
(June 4, 1928, Olympics, Italy 7-Spain 1)



Photo From: Todo Sobre La Seleccion Espanola, Felix Martialay, 2006
(Spain squad, June 4, 1928, Olympics, Italy 7-Spain 1)




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