Friday, October 29, 2021

International Season of 1991/92, Part 2 (September 1991)

 

September

On September 26, 1991, Carlos Alberto Pareira was appointed as Brazil National Team Manager. This was his second spell as Manager after 1983.

Vicente Miera made his debut as Spain Interim National Team Manager in a win over Uruguay (2-1).

In the most high profile friendly, England were defeated (0-1) at home vs. West Germany. This was Graham Taylor’s first loss as England Manager.

Paul van Himst made his debut as Beglium National Team Manager in a Euro qualifier win (2-0) over Luxembourg.

Brazil lost in a friendly vs. Wales (0-1) with caretaker Manager Ernesto Paulo.

On September 2, 1991, Frank Rijkaard announced that he would end his International retirement and be available for selection by Holland again. He played in the friendly vs. Poland.

Carlos Queiroz managed Portugal for the first time in a friendly vs. Austria.

Bo Johansson managed Iceland for the last time in their friendly vs. Denmark.

Asgeir Elíasson managed Iceland for the first time in their Euro Qualifier win over Spain (2-0).

Kalman Meszoly managed Hunagry for the last time in their Euro Qualifier vs. USSR.

For more detail, see :

http://soccernostalgia.blogspot.com/2011/05/september-11-1991-england-0-germany-1.html

http://soccernostalgia.blogspot.com/2017/02/national-team-managers-part-three_9.html

http://soccernostalgia.blogspot.com/2017/02/compendium-to-graham-taylor-article_9.html

http://soccernostalgia.blogspot.com/2017/02/compendium-to-graham-taylor-article_44.html

https://soccernostalgia.blogspot.com/2019/10/qualification-phase-part-eight-scotland.html

https://soccernostalgia.blogspot.com/2019/10/compendium-to-qualification-phase-part_29.html

 

 

 

Date: September 1, 1991

Competition: CEDEAO Qualifier

Venue: O Abidjan

Referee: -

Attendance:  -

Ivory Coast 1- Benin 0 (Ossery 12)

Note: In some sources, match date is September 4th

 

 

Date: September 4, 1991

Competition: Friendly

Venue: Athens-Olympiako Stadio Athinas 'Spyros Louis' (OAKA)

Referee: Periklis Vasilakis (Greece)

Attendance: 4,000

Greece 0-Albania 2 (Sokol Kushta 37, 85)

 

 

Photo from: Libri I Kombetares (1936-2001), Author Besnik Dizdari

(Albania squad, September 4, 1991, Greece 0-Albania 2)



 

Date: September 4, 1991

Competition: Friendly

Venue: Porto- Estadio das Antas

Referee: Raúl García de Loza (Spain)

Attendance: 5,000

Portugal 1-Austria 1 (Rui Barros 31 / Walter Kogler 70)

 

 

 

Date: September 4, 1991

Competition: UEFA European Championship Qualifier, Group 1

Venue: Bratislava -Tehelne Pole Stadion

Referee: Peter Mikkelsen (Denmark)

Attendance: 48,000

Czechoslovakia 1-France 2 (Vaclav Nemeck 21 / Jean-Pierre Papin 53, 89)


Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 32, September 1991

(September 4, 1991, EC Qualifier, Czechoslovakia 1-France 2)



Photo From: World Soccer, December 1991

(France squad, September 4, 1991, EC Qualifier, Czechoslovakia 1-France 2)



Photo From: Le Livre D'or du Football 1992, Authors Gerard Ejnes, Pierre -Marie Descamps

(France squad, September 4, 1991, EC Qualifier, Czechoslovakia 1-France 2)



Photo From: L'Integrale de L'Equipe de France de Football, Authors: J.M. and Pierre Cazal, Michel Oreggia, 1998

(France squad, September 4, 1991, EC Qualifier, Czechoslovakia 1-France 2)



Photo From: se Lvickem na prsou-Authors O.Bartunek, J.Kalat

(Czechoslovakia squad, September 4, 1991, EC Qualifier, Czechoslovakia 1-France 2)










Date: September 4, 1991

Competition: Friendly

Venue: Reykjavik -Laugardalsvöllur

Referee: Leslie William Mottram (Scotland)

Attendance: 4,185

Iceland 0-Denmark 0 (-)

 

 

Date: September 4, 1991

Competition: Friendly

Venue: Oviedo- Estadio Carlos Tartiere       

Referee: Jacobus Uilenberg (Holland)

Attendance: 21,600

Spain 2-Uruguay 1 (Rafael Martin Vázquez 9, Manolo 18 / Alvaro Guttierez 67)

 

 

Photo From: Special thanks to Josele Carbonell

(September 4, 1991, Spain 2-Uruguay 1)



 

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

(Spain squad, September 4, 1991, Spain 2-Uruguay 1)



 

Photo From: Special thanks to Josele Carbonell

(Spain squad, September 4, 1991, Spain 2-Uruguay 1)



 




Date: September 4, 1991

Competition: Friendly

Venue: Stockholm - Råsunda -Solna Stadion 

Referee: Alain Delmer (France)

Attendance: 11,510

Sweden 4-Yugoslavia 3 (Martin Dahlin 20, 69, Anders Limpar 51, Jonas Thern 84 / Dejan Savicevic 33, 66, 75)

Note:

In other sources, Yugoslavia’s third goal is credited as an own goal by Roland Nilsson who deflected Savicevic’s shot.




Date: September 4, 1991

Competition: Friendly

Venue: İstanbulnönü Stadyumu

Referee: Zoran Petroviç (Yugoslavia)

Attendance:  17,500

Turkey 1-USA 1 (Erdal Keser 31 / Frank Klopas 84)

 

Date: September 8, 1991

Competition: Friendly

Venue: Bamako

Referee: -

Attendance: -

Mali 0-Guinea 0 (-)

 

 

Date: September 11, 1991

Competition: UEFA European Championship Qualifier, Group 5

Venue: Luxembourg- Neie Stadion

Referee: Remi Harrel (France)

Attendance: 9,000

Luxembourg 0-Belgium 2 (Vincenzo Scifo 18, Marc Degrjse 49)

 

 

Photo From: 90 Joer Letzebuerger Footballfederatioun / 90 ans Federation Luxembourgeoise de Football

(Luxembourg squad, September 11, 1991, EC Qualifier, Luxembourg 0-Belgium 2)



 








Date: September 11, 1991

Competition: Friendly

Venue: Cardiff - Arms Park (The National Stadium)

Referee: Santiago Aladren (Spain)

Attendance:  20,000

Wales 1-Brazil 0 (Dean Saunders 58)

 

 

Photo From: World Soccer, April 1992

(September 11, 1991, Wales 1-Brazil 0)

 

 

Date: September 11, 1991

Competition: Friendly

Venue: London – Wembley

Referee: Aleksei Spirin (USSR)

Attendance: 59,500

England 0-Germany 1 (Karlheinz Riedle 45)

 

Photo From: World Soccer, February 1992

(Gary Pallister and David Platt with Guido Buchwald, September 11, 1991, England 0-Germany 1)



 

 

Photo From: World Soccer, October 1991

(Manfred Binz and Gary Lineker, September 11, 1991, England 0-Germany 1)






Date: September 11, 1991

Competition: UEFA European Championship Qualifier, Group 4

Venue: Landskrona (Sweden), Idrottsplats

Referee: Simon Ruokonen (Finland)

Attendance:  1,623

Faroe Islands 0-Northern Ireland 5 (Kevin Wilson 8, Colin Clarke 12, 51, 68 pen, Alan McDonald 14)





Date: September 11, 1991

Competition: UEFA European Championship Qualifier, Group 6

Venue: Porto- Estadio das Antas

Referee: Arturo Martino (Switzerland)

Attendance:  30,000

Portugal 1-Finland 0 (Cesar Brito 22)




Date: September 11, 1991

Competition: Friendly

Venue: Eindhoven - Philips Stadion

Referee: Alphonse Constantin (Belgium)

Attendance:  15,000

Holland 1-Poland 1 (Dennis Bergkamp 89 / Jacek Ziober 87)

 

 

Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, de histoire van oranje, 1989-1995, Authors: Matty Verkamman and Henk Mees

(Holland squad, September 11, 1991, Holland 1-Poland 1)



 




Date: September 11, 1991

Competition: Friendly

Venue: Raba ETO Stadium, Gyor

Referee: Periklis Vassilakis (Greece)

Attendance:  4,000

Hungary 1-Republic of Ireland 2 (Kalman Kovacs 50 / David Kelly 51, Kevin Sheedy 70)

 

 

Photo From: Labdarugas_1991_10

(September 11, 1991, Hungary 1-Republic of Ireland 2)










 

Date: September 11, 1991

Competition: UEFA European Championship Qualifier, Group 2

Venue: Berne- Wankdorf Stadion

Referee: Tullio Lanese (Italy)

Attendance:  48,000

Switzerland 2-Scotland 2 (Stephane Chapuisat 30, Heinz Hermann 39 / Gordon Durie 47, Ally McCoist 83)

 

Photo From: World Soccer, October 1991

(September 11, 1991, EC Qualifier, Switzerland 2-Scotland 2)






Date: September 14, 1991

Competition: Carolina Challenge Cup

Venue: High Point, North Carolina -AJ Simeon Stadium

Referee: Osborne (Bermuda)

Attendance:  9,128

USA 1-Jamaica 0 (Sadri Gjonbalaj 38)




Date: September 21, 1991

Competition: Friendly

Venue: -

Referee: -

Attendance:  -

Botswana 2-Swaiziland 1 (????)

Note: Unofficial Match

 

Date: September 21, 1991

Competition: African Games

Venue: Ismailia (Egypt)

Referee: -

Attendance:  -

Zimbabwe 2-Uganda 1 (????)

 

Date: September 21, 1991

Competition: African Games

Venue: Ismailia

Referee: -

Attendance:  -

Egypt 1-Nigeria 2 (????)

 

Date: September 22, 1991

Competition: African Games

Venue: Ismailia (Egypt)

Referee: -

Attendance:  -

Tunisia 3-Mauritius 0 (????)

 

Date: September 22, 1991

Competition: African Games

Venue: Alexandria (Egypt)

Referee: -

Attendance:  -

Cameroon 1-Mali 0 (????)

 

Date: September 23, 1991

Competition: African Games

Venue: Ismailia (Egypt)

Referee: -

Attendance:  -

Nigeria 8-Uganda 1 (????)

 

Date: September 23, 1991

Competition: African Games

Venue: Ismailia (Egypt)

Referee: -

Attendance:  -

Egypt 2-Zimbabwe 3 (????)

 

Date: September 24, 1991

Competition: African Games

Venue: Alexandria (Egypt)

Referee: -

Attendance:  -

Mali 5-Mauritius 0 (????)

 

Date: September 24, 1991

Competition: African Games

Venue: Alexandria (Egypt)

Referee: -

Attendance:  -

Tunisia 1-Camneroon 0 (????)

 

Date: September 25, 1991

Competition: African Games

Venue: Ismailia (Egypt)

Referee: -

Attendance:  -

Nigeria 1-Zimbabwe 0 (????)

 

Date: September 25, 1991

Competition: African Games

Venue: Ismailia

Referee: -

Attendance:  -

Egypt 1-Uganda 0 (????)

 

 

Date: September 25, 1991

Competition: 75th Anniversary of CONMEBOL       

Venue: Buenos Aires -Antonio Vespuci Alberti (El Monumental) (River Plate)

Referee: Ernesto Fillipi Cavani (Uruguay)

Attendance:  15,000

Argentian 2-CONMEBOL XI 1 (Oscar Ruggeri 8, Claudio Garcia 29 pen / Roberto Cabanas 6)




Date: September 25, 1991

Competition: Friendly

Venue: Sofia- Vassil Levski Stadion       

Referee: Branimir Babarogic (Yugoslavia)

Attendance:  20,000

Bulgaria 2-Italy 1 (Emil Kostadinov 8, Hristo Stoichkov 50 pen / Giuseppe Giannini 55)

 

Photo From:  Guerin Sportivo, No 40 (864), October 2-8, 1991

(September 25, 1991, Bulgaria 2-Italy 1)



 

Photo From:  Guerin Sportivo, No 40 (864), October 2-8, 1991

(September 25, 1991, Bulgaria 2-Italy 1)






Date: September 25, 1991

Competition: Friendly

Venue: Oslo-Ullevaal Stadion

Referee: John P. Nielsen (Denmark)

Attendance:  3,400

Norway 2-Czechoslovakia 3 (Jahn Ivar Jakobsen 42, Jan Aage Fjørtoft 80 / Vaclav Nemecek 18, Lubomir Moravcík 53, Pavel Kuka 81)

 

 

Date: September 25, 1991

Competition: UEFA European Championship Qualifier, Group 4

Venue: Landskrona (Sweden), Idrottsplats

Referee: James McCluskey (Scotland)

Attendance:  2,589

Faroe Islands 0-Denmark 4 (Kim Christofte 2 pen, Bent Christensen 7, Frank Pingel 71, Kim Vilfort 76)




Date: September 25, 1991

Competition: UEFA European Championship Qualifier, Group 3

Venue: Moscow- The Central V.I.Lenin's Stadium

Referee: Zoran Petrovic (Yugoslavia)

Attendance:  50,000

USSR 2-Hungary 2 (Igor Shalimov 37 pen, Andrei Kanchelskis 47 / Jozef Kiprich 7, 83)

 




Date: September 25, 1991

Competition: UEFA European Championship Qualifier, Group 1

Venue: Reykjavik -Laugardalsvöllur

Referee: Cornelius Bakker (Holland)

Attendance:  3,900

Iceland 2-Spain 0 (Thorvaldur Örlygsson 71, Eyjolfur Sverrisson 78)


Photo From: France Football, December 31, 1991, Issue 2386

(September 25, 1991, EC Qualifier, Iceland 2-Spain 0)







Date: September 26, 1991

Competition: African Games

Venue: Alexandria (Egypt)

Referee: -

Attendance:  -

Mali 0-Tunisia 0 (-)

 

 

Date: September 26, 1991

Competition: African Games

Venue: Alexandria (Egypt)

Referee: -

Attendance:  -

Cameroon 1-Mauritius 0 (????)

 

Date: September 28, 1991

Competition: African Games

Venue: Alexandria (Egypt)

Referee: -

Attendance:  3500

Tunisia 3-Zimbabwe 1 (Sirajeddine Chihi 25, Bouhali 65, Kebaier 75 / Silfa 35)

 
 

Date: September 28, 1991

Competition: African Games-7/8 Place

Venue: Alexandria (Egypt)

Referee: -

Attendance:  -

Mauritius 3-Uganda 0 (????)

 
 

Date: September 28, 1991

Competition: African Games-5/6 Place

Venue: Ismailia

Referee: -

Attendance:  -

Egypt 0-Mali 0 (????)

Note: Egypt won 6-5 on a penalty kick shoot-out.
 

Date: September 28, 1991

Competition: African Games-Semifinals

Venue: Ismailia (Egypt)

Referee: -

Attendance:  40,000

Cameroon 1-Nigeria 0 (Bekombo 70)

 

Date: September 30, 1991

Competition: African Games-Third Place

Venue: Cairo (Egypt)

Referee: -

Attendance:  -

Nigeria 3-Zimbabwe 0 (??)

 

Date: September 30, 1991

Competition: African Games-Final

Venue: Cairo (Egypt)

Referee: Sane (Senegal)

Attendance:  5,000

Cameroon 1-Tunisia 0 (Kemadjou 7)

 

Date: September 30, 1991

Competition: Friendly

Venue: -

Referee: -

Attendance:  -

Botswana 0-Ghana 0 (-)

Note: Unofficial Match





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