They do not like to change, because then the statistics should be amended (the 100th match would be the 101th and so on).
If they don't like to change, because then the statistics should be amended (the 100th match would be the 101th and so on), why did they decide in 2002 to regard six matches as official afterwards (1926 against Portugal, 1927 against Czechoslovakia, 1933 against Portugal, 1952 against Moscow XI (which was de facto USSR) and 1956 against Lebanon?
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When Austria was part of the Third Reich (1938-1945) some Vienna v Budapest matches have been played. These matches were de facto Austria v Hungary matches. As far details of three matches have been published at www.magyarfutball.hu. As they have been published recently, probably more of these matches might have been played. The matches mentioned were played on dates Germany did not play or no Austrians were included in the German team that played on the very same day.
24-04-1938 Vienna (Austria) 3-5 Budapest (Hungary)
01-10-1939 Vienna (Austria) 3-1 Budapest (Hungary)
09-06-1940 Budapest (Hungary) 0-1 Vienna (Austria)
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As the http://kranten etc sides does not work anymore, here I have found an alternative for the 24-01-1934 match between an Hungarian and Dutch side. The Dutch fielded a team the named De Zwaluwen
, which is not the real NT, but a team with in particular youngsters or other players who might be NT players into the future.