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Nehru Cup 1989

Played at the Fatorda Stadium (aka Nehru Stadium) in Margao, Goa, India

Group Stage

19- 1 Hungary Olympic 3-0 North Korea
[Tamás Petres, László Gyenti, Zoltán Csucsánszky]
[Crowd: 40000]
20- 1 India 0-2 Poland U21
[Jacek Bayer 48', Mirosław Kubisztal 86']
[Referee: Vadim Zhuk (USSR)]
21- 1 USSR U21 1-0 Iraq Youth
[Igor Kolyvanov 43']
[Referee: Sagar Sen (India)]
22- 1 Hungary Olympic 5-1 Poland U21
[Róbert Jován 32' 59', Zoltán Csucsánszky 9' 78', Tamás Petres 80' / Zsolt Máriási 85' OG]
23- 1 North Korea 0-0 Iraq Youth
24- 1 India 0-2 USSR U21
[Andrey Kobelev 81', Gela Ketashvili 87' pen]
[Referee: Sándor Puhl (Hungary)]
[Note: first goalscorer also reported as Andrey Pyatnitskiy]
25- 1 Hungary Olympic 1-0 Iraq Youth
26- 1 USSR U21 2-0 Poland U21
[Andrey Pyatnitskiy 8', Igor Shalimov 44']
[Ref: Melvin D'Souza (India)]
27- 1 India 1-2 North Korea
[Bikash Panji / ?]
28- 1 USSR U21 3-2 Hungary Olympic
[Andrey Kobelev 12' 82', Revishvili 86' / ?]
[Referee: Abdul Kader (Iraq)]
[Sent off: Zsolt Petry (Hungary)]
[Gela Ketashvili missed a penalty at 80']
29- 1 India 1-2 Iraq Youth
[Satyajit Chatterjee / ?]
30- 1 North Korea 2-0 Poland U21
[Chu Kyong-Sik 25', Ri Hyok-Chon 68']
[Referee: Sagar Sen (India)]
[Yellow cards: Ri Jong-Man / Marek Piotrowicz]
31- 1 India 0-1 Hungary Olympic
[Róbert Jován 28']
1- 2 USSR U21 1-0 North Korea
[Sergey Pogodin 58']
[Referee: Melvin D'Souza (India)]
2- 2 Poland U21 1-1 Iraq Youth
[Mirosław Kubisztal 86' / Wali Karim Mohammed 51']
[Referee: Sayed Iqbal Ahmed (India)]
[Yellow cards: Mirosław Kubisztal / Hamza Hadi Muhsin, Abdul Abbas]

1.USSR U21 5 5 0 0 9- 2 10
2.HUNGARY OLYMPIC 5 4 0 1 12- 4 8
3.North Korea 5 2 1 2 4- 5 5
4.Iraq Youth 5 1 2 2 3- 4 4
5.Poland U21 5 1 1 3 4-10 3
6.India 5 0 0 5 2- 9 0

Notes: The Hungarian team was in fact the club Videoton SC, which was appointed by the
MLSZ to play as Hungary's Olympic team in this tournament. Iraq's team was their
national youth team in preparation for the World Youth Championship in February 1989.
The standard of the North Korean team is not clear; this tournament clashes with the
Thai King's Cup 1989, in which a North Korean team also played. It is unclear which
of the two teams (if any) was the national team. The Polish and Soviet teams were
mostly the national under-21 squads, with the addition of two overage players
(Poland: Kubisztal 25 and Bayer 24, USSR: Prudnikov 28 and Ketashvili 23).


Final
4- 2 Hungary Olympic 2-0 USSR U21
[Zoltán Csucsánszky 31', Róbert Jován 57']
[Ref: Sagar Sen (India) - 4 yellow cards to each team]
[Crowd: 60000]

Top scorer : Róbert Jován (Hungary), 6 goals


Hungary Olympic squad:
János Koszta, Zsolt Petry, Zsolt Máriási, Csaba László, Gábor Horváth, László Emmer,
István Sallói, Zoltán Csucsánszky, György Novath, Gyula Jónás, Róbert Jován, Tamás Petres,
László Gyenti, Imre Kanyok, László Babai, József Király, István Földes, József Takács.

Hungary lineups:
vs N.Korea : Petry; Máriási, László, Novath, Horváth; Sallói (Gyenti 39'), Emmer, Petres; Jónás, Csucsánszky, Jován.
vs USSR (group) : Petry; Földes (Koszta), László, Nováth, Horváth; Máriási, Csucsánszky, Gyenti; Jónás, Jován, Petres.
vs India : Koszta; Máriási, László, Novath, Horváth; Csucsánszky, Emmer, Gyenti; Jónás, Jován, Petres.
vs USSR (final) : Koszta; Máriási, László, Novath, Horváth; Jónás, Emmer, Gyenti; Jován, Csucsánszky, Petres.


USSR U21 squad:
Andrey Kovtun, Aleksey Prudnikov*, Dmitriy Chugunov, Gela Ketashvili*, Andrey Kobelev, Igor Kolyvanov,
Aleksandr Mostovoy, Sergey Pogodin, Andrey Pyatnitskiy, Zaza Revishvili, Oleg Sergeyev,
Igor Shalimov, Sergey Shmatovalenko, Yevgeniy Smertin, Kakhaber Tskhadadze.
* Prudnikov aged 28, Gela Ketashvili aged 23.

USSR lineups:
vs Iraq : Kovtun, Ketashvili [c], Tskhadadze, Shmatovalenko, Chugunov, Mostovoy (Pogodin 86'), Smertin, Pyatnitskiy, Revishvili, Shalimov, Kolyvanov.
vs India : Kovtun, Ketashvili [c], Tskhadadze, Shmatovalenko, Chugunov, Mostovoy (Pogodin 65'), Smertin (Kobelev 46'), Pyatnitskiy, Revishvili, Shalimov, Kolyvanov.
vs Poland : Prudnikov, Ketashvili [c], Tskhadadze, Shmatovalenko, Chugunov, Mostovoy, Kobelev, Pyatnitskiy, Revishvili, Shalimov (Pogodin 46'), Kolyvanov (Sergeyev 60').
vs Hungary (group) : Prudnikov, Ketashvili [c], Tskhadadze, Shmatovalenko, Chugunov, Mostovoy (Pogodin 80'), Kobelev, Pyatnitskiy, Revishvili, Shalimov, Kolyvanov (Sergeyev 72').
vs North Korea : Prudnikov, Ketashvili [c], Tskhadadze, Shmatovalenko, Chugunov, Kobelev (Mostovoy 60'), Pyatnitskiy, Revishvili, Pogodin, Sergeyev (Kolyvanov 75'), Smertin.
vs Hungary (final) : Prudnikov, Ketashvili [c], Tskhadadze, Shmatovalenko, Chugunov, Mostovoy, Pyatnitskiy, Revishvili, Shalimov (Pogodin 15'), Kolyvanov, Kobelev (Smertin 46').


Poland U21 squad:
Jacek Chyła, Grzegorz Maśnik, Dariusz Adamczuk, Jacek Bayer*, Artur Chwedczuk, Jacek Cyzio,
Tomasz Dziubiński, Mateusz Jelonek, Waldemar Kamiński, Waldemar Kryger, Adam Książek, Mirosław Kubisztal*,
Tomasz Łapiński, Marek Piotrowicz, Dariusz Sajdak, Dariusz Skrzypczak, Zbigniew Szewczyk.
* Kubisztal aged 25, Bayer 24.

Poland lineups:
vs India : Chyła, Adamczyk, Łapiński, Piotrowicz, Kryger, Skrzypczak (Sajdak), Chwedczuk, Jelonek (Kamiński), Cyzio, Bayer, Kubisztal.
vs Hungary : Maśnik, Adamczuk, Łapiński, Książek, Piotrowicz, Skrzypczak, Chwedczuk, Bayer, Cyzio, Sajdak (Jelonek).
vs North Korea : Chyła, Adamczuk (Książek), Łapiński, Piotrowicz, Kryger, Cyzio, Jelonek, Dziubiński, Kamiński, Bayer (Skrzypczak), Kubisztal.
vs Iraq : Maśnik, Chwedczuk, Książek, Piotrowicz, Kryger, Łapiński (Szewczyk), Cyzio, Skrzypczak (Kamiński), Jelonek, Kubisztal, Bayer.

Sources: Xinhua General News, MTI, New Straits Times, www.indianfootball.de, www.niiis.com
Thanks: Sergey Gavrilov, Gwidon Naskrent, "Tanaka"


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Nov 19 10 1:12 PM

Here are details on the Iraqi team that I managed to get from Gautam Roy

Jawaharlal Nehru Gold
Cup - 1989

Held at Margao (Goa)

Round Robin League

1) USSR - 1 Iraq - 0

(K.Sergge - 43min)

Iraq(Team)- Jalil Razdan,Abbas Atyan,Hamza Hede,Sharar Hayder,Amar
Khanis,Rayyadi Abbas,Rayyadi Shanshal,Samir Kadame,Wali Khan,Sameer Elewie,Nayeem Saddam.

USSR (Team) - not Known

Referee - Melvyn De Souza (India)

2) Iraq - 0 North Korea - 0

Iraq(Team) - Jalil Razdan,Abbas Atyan,Hamza Hede,Amar Khanis,,Rayyadi Shanshal,Sameer Kadame,Mohammad Jassim,Wali Karim,Sameer Elewie,Majeed
Rayudo,Nayeem Saddam

North Korea(Team) - not known

Referee - Melvyn De Souza (India)

3) Hungary -1 Iraq - 0

Scorer,teams

Referee - not known

4) Iraq - 2 India-1

(Rayyadi Shanshal - 24 min (Satyajit Chatterjee -
43min)

Samer Kadame - 31min)

Iraq(Team)- Jalil Razdan,Abbas Atyan,Hamza Hede,Shara Hayder,Amar Khanis,Rayyadi Abbas,Rayyadi Shanshal,Samer Kadame(Mohammad Jassim),Wali Karim,Samer Elewie,Majeed Rayuda,Nayeem Saddam.

India(Team)-Henry Menezes,M.Babu,Amit Bhadra,Sudip
Chatterjee,Sharaf Ali,Bikash Panji,Mauricio Alphonso,Savio Medeira(Santosh Kashyap),Satyajit Chatterjee,Sisir Ghosh(John Araujo),Kuljit Singh.

Referee Sandor Phul
(Hungary)

5) Poland - 1 Iraq - 0

Details not known

Iraq finished fifth

Iraq Names:

Jalil Zaidan
Abbas Attiya
Hamza Hadi
Sharar Haidar
Amir Khamis
Radhi Shnishel
Samir Kadhim
Wali Karim
Samir Allewi ???
Naeim Saddam
Majeed Abdul-Ridha
Mohammed Jassim

Coach: Anwar Jassam

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Mar 20 12 9:47 AM

The Indian Express (Madras, India), Friday, 20.01.1989. "Hungary cash in"

Margao, 19.01. Hungary - North Korea - 3:0 (2:0).
Scorers: Tamás Petres ?', László Gyenti 43', Zoltán Csucsánszky 83'.
Hungary: Zsolt Petry, Zsolt Máriási, Csaba László, György Novath, Gábor Horváth, István Sallói (László Gyenti 39'), László Emmer, Tamás Petres (István Földes ?'), Gyula Jónás, Róbert Jován, Zoltán Csucsánszky. Coach: Gábor Kaszás.
N. Korea: Chung Kim, Oh Yong-Nam, Tak Yong-Bin, Pang Gwang-Chol, Chon Gum-Chol, Ri Jong-Man, Cho Yong-Nam, Kim Yong-Nam, Kim Yun-Chol, Kim Chang-Gyo, Han Hyong-Il. Coach: Pak Du-Ik.
Referee: Sayed Iqbal Ahmed (India). Linesmen: S. S. Shetty (India), Sagar Sen (India).

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The Indian Express (Madras, India), Saturday, 21.01.1989. "Poland cut down India"

Margao, 20.01. India - Poland - 0:2 (0:0).
Scorers: Jacek Bayer 48', Mirosław Kubisztal 83'.
India: Henry Menezes, M. Babu, Amit Bhadra, Sudip Chatterjee, Sharaf Ali, Bikash Panji, Mauricio Afonso [c], Savio Madeira, Satyajit Chatterjee, Sishir Ghosh (Camillo Gonsalves 70'), Kuljit Singh. Coach: Syed Nayeemuddin.
Poland: Jacek Chyła, Dariusz Adamczuk, Tomasz Łapiński, Waldemar Kryger, Marek Piotrowicz, Dariusz Skrzypczak, Artur Chwedczuk, Mateusz Jelonek (Waldemar Kamiński 46'), Jacek Cyzio, Jacek Bayer, Mirosław Kubisztal.
Referee: Vadim Zhuk (USSR). Linesmen: Abdul Kader (Iraq), Sándor Puhl (Hungary).

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The Indian Express (Madras, India), Sunday, 22.01.1989. "Russia come through after tough battle"

There are no line-ups in this article. For Iraqis I show the names from the text. Soviet line-up is from the Russian sources.

Margao, 21.01. USSR - Iraq - 1:0 (1:0).
Scorer: Igor Kolyvanov 43'.
USSR: Andrei Kovtun, Gela Ketashvili [c], Kakhaber Tskhadadze, Sergei Shmatovalenko, Dmitri Chugunov, Aleksandr Mostovoi (Sergei Pogodin 86'), Yevgeni Smertin, Andrei Piatnitski, Zaza Revishvili, Igor Shalimov, Igor Kolyvanov. Coach: Vladimir Radionov.
Iraq: Emad Hashim Hassan, Abbas Attiyah Zwair, Hamza Hadi Muhsin , ???, ???, Radhi Shenaishil Swadi [c], ???, Salem Hussain Ali, Wali Kareem Mohammed, ???, Naiem Saddam Menshed. Coach: Anwar Jassam Houbi.
Referee: Sagar Sen (India).
Cautions: Igor Kolyvanov, Andrei Piatnitski - Radhi Shenaishil Swadi, Hamza Hadi Muhsin, Abbas Attiyah Zwair.

Note: Emad Hashim and Salem Hussain are absent in the line-up written by HM_IRAQ57.

Two quotation from the article:
"In the 14th minute, Iraq's right winger Salem Hussain moved in from the flank and centered for Wally Karim who was a wee bit late in heading goalward."
"Kolyvanov caught the Iraqi defence square in the 41st minute with a near pass to Revishvili who took a first timer from the cap of the box. Custodian Amad Hassim was unable to gather the ball which, luckily for the team, bounced to safety on the sideline."

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The Indian Express (Madras, India), Moday, 23.01.1989. "Hungary overhelm Poland"

There are no line-ups in this article. The Polish line-up is from RSSSF.com, the Hungarian one is from magyarfutball.hu.

Margao, 22.01. Hungary - Poland - 5:1 (2:0).
Scorers (RSSSF & The Indian Express): Róbert Jován 32' 59', Zoltán Csucsánszky 9' 78', Tamás Petres 80' - Zsolt Máriási 85' OG
Scorers (magyarfutball): Csucsánszky, Petres, Sallói, Takács, Jován - Máriási OG
Hungary: Zsolt Petry, Zsolt Máriási, Csaba László, György Novath, Gábor Horváth, László Emmer (József Király ?'), István Sallói, Zoltán Csucsánszky, László Gyenti, Róbert Jován (József Takács ?'), Tamás Petres. Coach: Gábor Kaszás.
Poland: Grzegorz Maśnik, Dariusz Adamczuk, Tomasz Łapiński, Adam Książek, Marek Piotrowicz, Dariusz Skrzypczak, Artur Chwedczuk, Jacek Bayer, Jacek Cyzio, Dariusz Sajdak (Mateusz Jelonek ?').

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The Indian Express (Madras, India), Tuesday, 24.01.1989. "Fierce battle ends in draw"

The quality of scanned copy of the article is not good. That’s why I can’t read some players’ names from match data. Korean names marked with * are unsure.

Margao, 23.01. North Korea - Iraq - 0:0.
N. Korea: Chung Kim, Kim Gwang-Min, Oh Yong-Nam, Pang Gwang-Chol, Chon Gum-Chol, Tak Yong-Bin, Kim Chang-Gyo, Kim Pung-Il, Cho Yong-Nam (Paek Gil-Song ?'), Han Hyong-Il*, Kim Song-Jun*. Coach: Pak Du-Ik.
Iraq: Emad Hashim Hassan, Sharar Haydar Mohammad al-Hadithi, Hamza Hadi Muhsin, Abbas Attiyah Zwair, Amir Khamis Assi, Samir Kadhim Hasan (Nazar Nayef Faraj ?'), Radhi Shenaishil Swadi, Wali Kareem Mohammed, Naiem Saddam Menshed, Samir Allewi, Mahmoud Jassim Abdulla (unread substitution ?'). Coach: Anwar Jassam Houbi.
Referee: Melvyn D’Souza (India).
Caution: Wali Kareem Mohammed.

Note: Emad Hashim is absent in the line-up written by HM_IRAQ57.

The quotation from the article:
"Kim Pung-Il unleashed a powerful swerve from 23 yards, and Iraqi custodian Amad Hashim dived high to his right for an appreciable save."

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The Indian Express (Madras, India), Wednesday, 25.01.1989. "Soviet’s late burst seals India’s fate"

Soviet line-up is from the Russian sources.

Margao, 24.01. USSR - India - 2:0 (0:0).
Scorers: Kobelev 80', Ketashvili 83' pen.
USSR: Andrei Kovtun, Gela Ketashvili [c], Kakhaber Tskhadadze, Sergei Shmatovalenko, Dmitri Chugunov, Aleksandr Mostovoy (Sergei Pogodin 65'), Yevgeni Smertin (Andrei Kobelev 46'), Andrei Piatnitski, Zaza Revishvili, Igor Shalimov, Igor Kolyvanov. Coach: Vladimir Radionov.
India: Debashish Mukherjee, M. Babu, Amit Bhadra, Sudip Chatterjee, Sharaf Ali, Mauricio Afonso [c], Bikash Panji (Derrick D’Souza ?'), Savio Madeira, Satyajit Chatterjee, Kuljit Singh (John Araujo ?'), Camillo Gonsalves. Coach: Syed Nayeemuddin.
Referee: Sándor Puhl (Hungary). Linesmen: Vadim Zhuk (USSR), Sumantha Ghosh (India).
Caution: Gela Ketashvili.

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The Indian Express (Madras, India), Thursday, 26.01.1989. "Hungary head table"

Margao, 25.01. Hungary - Iraq - 1:0 (1:0).
Scorer: Tamás Petres 7'.
Hungary: Zsolt Petry, Zsolt Máriási, Csaba László, György Novath, László Gyenti, István Sallói (István Földes ?'), László Emmer, Tamás Petres, Gyula Jónás, Zoltán Csucsánszky, Róbert Jován. Coach: Gábor Kaszás.
Iraq: Oumar Ahmed, Salem Hussain Ali, Hamza Hadi Muhsin, Abbas Attiyah Zwair, Sharar Haydar Mohammad al-Hadithi, Radhi Shenaishil Swadi, Samir Kadhim Hasan (Mahmoud Jassim Abdulla ?'), Wali Kareem Mohammed, Naiem Saddam Menshed, Samir Allewi (Nazar Nayef Faraj ?'), Riadh Abdul Abbas Attiyah. Coach: Anwar Jassam Houbi.
Referee: Sayed Iqbal Ahmed (India). Linesmen: Melwyn D’Souza (India), D. S. Diez (India).
Caution: Salem Hussain Ali 78'.

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The Indian Express (Madras, India), Friday, 27.01.1989. "USSR virtually in final"

Soviet line-up is from the Russian sources.

Margao, 26.01. USSR - Poland - 2:0 (2:0).
Scorers: Andrei Piatnitski 8', Igor Shalimov 44'.
USSR: Aleksei Prudnikov, Dmitri Chugunov, Gela Ketashvili [c], Kakhaber Tskhadadze, Sergei Shmatovalenko, Andrei Kobelev, Aleksandr Mostovoi (Sergei Pogodin 46'), Andrei Piatnitski, Zaza Revishvili, Igor Shalimov, Igor Kolyvanov (Oleg Sergeyev 60'). Coach: Vladimir Radionov.
Poland: Jacek Chyła, Dariusz Adamczuk, Tomasz Łapiński, Waldemar Kryger, Marek Piotrowicz, Dariusz Skrzypczak (Mateusz Jelonek ?'), Artur Chwedczuk, Tomasz Dziubiński, Jacek Bayer (Jacek Cyzio ?'), Mirosław Kubisztal, Zbigniew Szewczyk.
Caution: Salem Hussain Ali 78'.

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The Indian Express (Madras, India), Saturday, 28.01.1989. "India lose again"

Margao, 27.01. North Korea - India - 2:1 (1:0).
Scorers: Oh Yong-Nam 28', Kim Yun-Chol 75' - Bikash Panji 89'
N. Korea: Chung Kim, Chon Man-Ho, Oh Yong-Nam, Pang Gwang-Chol, Chon Gum-Chol, Ri Jong-Man, Yun Jong-Su, Paek Gil-Song (Tak Yong-Bin ?'), Ri Hyok-Chon (Cho Yong-Nam ?'), Kim Yun-Chol, Chu Gyon-Sik. Coach: Pak Du-Ik.
India: Debashish Mukherjee, M. Babu, Amit Bhadra, Sudip Chatterjee, Sharaf Ali, Bikash Panji, Mauricio Afonso [c], Savio Madeira (Kuljit Singh ?'), Satyajit Chatterjee, Camillo Gonsalves (John Araujo ?'), Sishir Ghosh. Coach: Syed Nayeemuddin.
Referee: Vadim Zhuk (USSR).

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The Indian Express (Madras, India), Sunday, 29.01.1989. "USSR edge Hungary"

There are no line-ups in this article. Soviet line-up is from the Russian sources, the Hungarian one is from magyarfutball.hu.

Margao, 28.01. USSR - Hungary - 3:2 (0:1).
Scorers: Andrei Kobelev 12' 83', Zaza Revishvili 85' - Róbert Jován 50', Gyula Jónás 72'.
USSR: Aleksei Prudnikov, Gela Ketashvili [c], Kakhaber Tskhadadze, Sergei Shmatovalenko, Dmitri Chugunov, Aleksandr Mostovoi (Sergei Pogodin 80'), Andrei Kobelev, Andrei Piatnitski, Zaza Revishvili, Igor Shalimov, Igor Kolyvanov (Oleg Sergeyev 72'). Coach: Vladimir Radionov.
Hungary: Zsolt Petry, Zsolt Máriási, Csaba László, György Novath, Gábor Horváth, István Földes (János Koszta 75'), Zoltán Csucsánszky, László Gyenti, Gyula Jónás, Róbert Jován, Tamás Petres. Coach: Gábor Kaszás.
Referee: Abdul Kader (Iraq).
Sent off: Zsolt Petry 75'.
Gela Ketashvili missed a penalty at 80'.

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The Indian Express (Madras, India), Monday, 30.01.1989. "India fail to seize chances"

Margao, 29.01. Iraq - India - 2:1 (2:1).
Scorers: Radhi Shenaishil Swadi (1:0), Samir Kadhim Hasan (2:0) - Satyajit Chatterjee (2:1).
Iraq: Jalil Zaidan Agool, Abbas Attiyah Zwair, Hamza Hadi Muhsin, Sharar Haydar Mohammad al-Hadithi, Amir Khamis Assi, Riadh Abdul Abbas Attiyah, Radhi Shenaishil Swadi, Samir Kadhim Hasan (Mahmoud Jassim Abdulla ?'), Wali Kareem Mohammed, Samir Allewi (Majid Abid Abdul Ridha ?'), Naiem Saddam Menshed. Coach: Anwar Jassam Houbi.
India: Henry Menezes, M. Babu, Amit Bhadra, Sudip Chatterjee, Sharaf Ali, Bikash Panji, Maurisio Alonso [c], Savio Madeira (Santosh Kashyap 80'), Satyajit Chatterjee, Sishir Ghosh (John Araujo 70'), Kuljit Singh. Coach: Syed Nayeemuddin.

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The Indian Express (Madras, India), Tuesday, 31.01.1989. "N. Korea down Poland"

There are no line-ups in this article. The Polish line-up is from RSSSF.com. Korean players are from the article.

Margao, 30.01. North Korea - Poland - 2:0 (1:0).
Scorers: Chu Gyon-Sik 21', Ri Hyok-Chon 68'.
N. Korea: ???, ???, ???, ???, ???, Ri Jong-Man, ???, Paek Gil-Song, Ri Hyok-Chon, ???, Chu Gyon-Sik. Substitution: Kim Yong-Nam. Coach: Pak Du-Ik.
Poland: Jacek Chyła, Dariusz Adamczuk (Adam Książek ?'), Tomasz Łapiński, Marek Piotrowicz, Waldemar Kryger, Jacek Cyzio, Mateusz Jelonek, Tomasz Dziubiński, Waldemar Kamiński, Jacek Bayer (Dariusz Skrzypczak ?'), Mirosław Kubisztal.
Caution (RSSSF): Ri Jong-Man - Marek Piotrowicz.

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The Indian Express (Madras, India), Wednesday, 1.02.1989. "Hungary enter final"

There are no line-ups in this article. The Hungary line-up is from magyarfutball.hu. Indian players are from the article.

Margao, 31.01. Hungary - India - 1:0 (1:0).
Scorer: Róbert Jován 27'.
Hungary: János Koszta, Zsolt Máriási, Csaba László, György Novath, Gábor Horváth, Zoltán Csucsánszky, László Emmer, László Gyenti, Gyula Jónás, Róbert Jován, Tamás Petres. Coach: Gábor Kaszás.
India: Bibash Saha, D. Mannivannan, ???, Bikash Panji, Mauricio Afonso [c], Derrick Pereira, John Araujo, ???, Satyajit Chatterjee, ???, Kuljit Singh. Substitutions: Sishir Ghosh, Syed Firoze. Coach: Syed Nayeemuddin.
Cautions: Tamás Petres 88' - D. Mannivannan ?'.

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The Indian Express (Madras, India), Thursday, 2.02.1989. "Soviets maintain clean state"

There are no line-ups in this article. The Soviet line-up is from Russian sources. Korean players are from the article.

Margao, 1.02. USSR - North Korea - 1:0 (0:0).
Scorer: Sergei Pogodin 58'.
USSR: Aleksei Prudnikov, Gela Ketashvili [c], Kakhaber Tskhadadze, Sergei Shmatovalenko, Dmitri Chugunov, Andrei Kobelev (Aleksandr Mostovoi 60'), Andrei Piatnitski, Zaza Revishvili, Sergei Pogodin, Oleg Sergeyev (Igor Kolyvanov 75'), Yevgeni Smertin. Coach: Vladimir Radionov.
N. Korea: Kim Chi-Won, ???, ???, ???, ???, Yun Jong-Su, Chu Gyon-Sik (unknown substitution ?'), ???, ???, Ri Hyok-Chon, Han Hyong-Il (unknown substitution ?'). Coach: Pak Du-Ik.
Caution: Ri Hyok-Chon 5'.

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The Indian Express (Madras, India), Friday, 3.02.1989. "Poland, Iraq draw 1-1"

There are no line-ups in this article. The Polish line-up is from RSSSF. Iraqi players are from the article.

Margao, 2.02. Poland - Iraq - 1:1 (0:0).
Scorers: Jacek Bayer 88' - Wali Kareem Mohammed 50'
Poland: Grzegorz Maśnik, Artur Chwedczuk, Adam Książek, Marek Piotrowicz, Waldemar Kryger, Tomasz Łapiński (Zbigniew Szewczyk ?'), Jacek Cyzio, Dariusz Skrzypczak (Waldemar Kamiński ?'), Mateusz Jelonek, Mirosław Kubisztal, Jacek Bayer.
Iraq: Emad Hashim Hassan, Salem Hussain Ali, ???, ???, ???, Riadh Abdul Abbas Attiyah, ???, ???, Wali Kareem Mohammed, ???, ???. Coach: Anwar Jassam Houbi.

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The Indian Express (Madras, India), Friday, 5.02.1989. "Hungarians end the Russian reign"

There are no line-ups in this article. The Soviet line-up is from Russian sources, the Hungarian one is from magyarfutball.hu.

Margao, 4.02. Hungary - USSR - 2:0 (1:0). Final.
Scorers: Zoltán Csucsánszky 31', Róbert Jován 57'.
Hungary: János Koszta, Zsolt Máriási, Csaba László, György Novath, Gábor Horváth, Gyula Jónás, László Emmer, László Gyenti, Róbert Jován, Zoltán Csucsánszky, Tamás Petres. Coach: Gábor Kaszás.
USSR: Aleksei Prudnikov, Gela Ketashvili [c], Kakhaber Tskhadadze, Sergei Shmatovalenko, Dmitri Chugunov, Aleksandr Mostovoy, Andrei Piatnitski, Zaza Revishvili, Igor Shalimov (Sergei Pogodin 15'), Igor Kolyvanov, Andrei Kobelev (Yevgeni Smertin 46'). Coach: Vladimir Radionov.
Referee: Sagar Sen (India).
Cautions: 7 yelow cards (3 of Hungary, 4 of USSR).

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Mar 20 12 12:53 PM

North Korea team was their national.

Goalkeepers: Kim Ch'ung (김충), Kim Ch'i-Won (김치원)
Field players: Cho Yong-Nam, Chŏn Gŭm-Ch'ŏl (전금철), Chŏn Man-Ho (전만호), Chu Gyŏng-Sik (주경식), Han Hyŏng-Il (한형일), Kim Ch'ang-Gyo (김창교), Kim Gwang-Min (김광민), Kim Bung-Il (김풍일), Kim Yŏng-Nam (김영남), Kim Yun-Ch'ŏl (김윤철), O Yŏng-Nam (오영남), Paek Kil-Sŏng (백길성), Pang Gwang-Ch'ŏl (방광철), Ri Hyŏk-Ch'ŏn (리혁천), Ri Jŏng-Man (리정만), T'ak Yŏng-Bin (탁영빈), Yun Jŏng-Su (윤정수)
Coach: Pak Tu-Ik (박두익)

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Mar 20 12 1:55 PM

Nice work. I will compare these reports with the "Times of India" (no lineups given...) - comments below:

TovKirov wrote:
The Indian Express (Madras, India), Friday, 20.01.1989. Margao, 19.01. Hungary - North Korea - 3:0 (2:0).
Scorers: Tamás Petres ?', László Gyenti 43', Zoltán Csucsánszky 83'.


Times of India: Petres 14', Gyenti 42', Csucsanszky 85'
No lineups : the report mentioned Koreans: "O Yong-Nam" [captain], "Kimqun Chol", "Kim Gwang Min" (right-back), "Kim Chung" (goalkeeper), "Cho Yong" (forward)

TovKirov wrote:
The Indian Express (Madras, India), Sunday, 22.01.1989.
Margao, 21.01. USSR - Iraq - 1:0 (1:0).


10 Iraq players were mentioned in the Times of India report:
Amad Hussain (goalkeeper), Salem Hussain (right-back), Hamza Hade, Aytar (left-back), Rayadi Shanashal (captain), Sameer Kadame (midfield), Wali Karim (wing), Rayadi Abdul Abbas (midfield/forward), Naeem Sadem (striker), Majid Abdul Rayda (striker).

TovKirov wrote:
The Indian Express (Madras, India), Moday, 23.01.1989. "Hungary overhelm Poland"
Margao, 22.01. Hungary - Poland - 5:1 (2:0).
Scorers (RSSSF & The Indian Express): Róbert Jován 32' 59', Zoltán Csucsánszky 9' 78', Tamás Petres 80' - Zsolt Máriási 85' OG



Times of India scorers: Csucsansky 9' 69', Jovan 32' 59', Petres 70' / Mariasi 72' OG

TovKirov wrote:
The Indian Express (Madras, India), Tuesday, 24.01.1989. Margao, 23.01. North Korea - Iraq - 0:0.
The quality of scanned copy of the article is not good. That’s why I can’t read some players’ names from match data. Korean names marked with * are unsure.


Times of India mentioned these players:
Iraq: Sameer Kadame, Mahmood Jassam, Wali Karim (yellow card), Rayadi Shanashal, Abdul Nabeel, Hayder, Hade, Atyar, Elewie
N.Korea: "Kim Chung" (goalkeeper), "Kim Gwang", Cho Yong Nam (yellow card), "Han Yong Il", "Kim Yun Chol"

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The Indian Express (Madras, India), Monday, 30.01.1989. "India fail to seize chances"
Margao, 29.01. Iraq - India - 2:1 (2:1).
Scorers: Radhi Shenaishil Swadi (1:0), Samir Kadhim Hasan (2:0) - Satyajit Chatterjee (2:1).


Times of India scorers: Rayadi Shanshal 24', Samir Kadame 32' / Satyajit 45+3'

Iraq players mentioned: Jalil Razdan, Abbas Atyar, Hamza Hade, Sharaf Ali, Samir Kadame, Amar Khamis, Rayadi Shanshal, Naeem Saddam, Samir Elewie
Ref: Sandor Puhl
Yellow cards: Samir Elewie, Samir Kadame / Kuljit Singh


TovKirov wrote:
The Indian Express (Madras, India), Tuesday, 31.01.1989.
Margao, 30.01. North Korea - Poland - 2:0 (1:0).
Scorers: Chu Gyon-Sik 21', Ri Hyok-Chon 68'.
There are no line-ups in this article. The Polish line-up is from RSSSF.com. Korean players are from the article.


Times of India: Chu Gyong Sik 25', Ri Hyon Chon 68'

Kim Chi Won (goalkeeper), Oh Yong Nam (captain), Chang Gum Chol (left back), Ri Hyon Chon (striker), Chu Gyong Sik (striker), Kim Yong Nam (sub), Ri Jong Man (yellow card)

Ref: Sagar Sen (India)

TovKirov wrote:
The Indian Express (Madras, India), Wednesday, 1.02.1989.
Margao, 31.01. Hungary - India - 1:0 (1:0).
There are no line-ups in this article. The Hungary line-up is from magyarfutball.hu. Indian players are from the article.


Times of India: Jovan 29'
Indian players mentioned:
Bibhas Saha (goalkeeper), Mauricio Afonso (captain), Derrick Pereira, Satyajit Chatterjee, Araujo, Kuljit, Panji, Sudip, Manivannan
Ref: Vadim Zhuk

TovKirov wrote:
The Indian Express (Madras, India), Thursday, 2.02.1989.
Margao, 1.02. USSR - North Korea - 1:0 (0:0).
There are no line-ups in this article. The Soviet line-up is from Russian sources. Korean players are from the article.


Times of India:
Kim Chi Won (goalkeeper), Oh Yong Nam (captain, yellow card 43') Chon Man Ho, Chu Gyong Sik, Yun Jong Su, Han Hyang Koli, Ri Hyon Chon


TovKirov wrote:
The Indian Express (Madras, India), Friday, 3.02.1989. "Poland, Iraq draw 1-1"
Margao, 2.02. Poland - Iraq - 1:1 (0:0).
There are no line-ups in this article. The Polish line-up is from RSSSF. Iraqi players are from the article.


Times of India: Bayer 87' / Wali Karim 51'
Iraq players mentioned: Amad Hasim, Salem Hussain, Abbas Atyar, Wali Karim, Abdul Abbas, Naeem Saddam,


TovKirov wrote:
The Indian Express (Madras, India), Friday, 5.02.1989.
Margao, 4.02. Hungary - USSR - 2:0 (1:0). Final.
There are no line-ups in this article. The Soviet line-up is from Russian sources, the Hungarian one is from magyarfutball.hu.
Cautions: 7 yelow cards (3 of Hungary, 4 of USSR).


Times of India:
8 Yellow cards: Kolyvanov, Tskhadadze, Ketashvili, Mostovoi / G.Horvath, G.Novath, L.Emmer, G.Jonas

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Mar 21 12 3:36 PM

The "Times of India" had a few photos, but none involving North Korea.

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