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Nov 2 10 10:04 PM

Yes, I believe this is the complete tour. The dates also seem to be correct, at least as far as I can ascertain using reports printed with a few days' delay.

The first match against Milionarios and the one against Colo Colo were to be played a day earlier, but were postponed.

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Feb 16 11 1:31 AM

The match vs Saudi Arabia played in 1994 (Dec. 7th or 8th) is full intl for FIFA but not for PZPN. Saudis played with pretty much the same team as in the match on the 10th whis is A match for Poland. I have no clue why the first match isn't official...maybe Poland played with reserves?
Both Saudi teams included alot of youth players. Certainly not the same lineup as in the World Cup 94 and the Confederations Cup 95.

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Feb 18 11 9:20 PM

I have no clue why the first match isn't official...maybe Poland played with reserves?


I have no clue either. Maybe because the first Saudi team was much weaker - U21 or something?

Poland used the same players in both matches (16 and 15 respectively - the one who didn't play in the second, official match was Andrzej Kobylański).

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Feb 19 11 1:10 AM

I have no clue either. Maybe because the first Saudi team was much weaker - U21 or something? Poland used the same players in both matches (16 and 15 respectively - the one who didn't play in the second, official match was Andrzej Kobylański).

Strange cause the Saudi team was equally weak in both matches.. maybe the first match was officially scheduled to be played between reserves anyway. It happens often.

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Nov 3 11 1:45 PM

The 1974-04-13 match vs Haiti is for some reason "A" match for Poland. Poland played VFB Stuttgart the very same day as a preparation for the World Cup. I have some troubles with the stats for the match; Polish press do not indicate who scored the 2nd Haiti goal. The first is credited Sanon on a "clear" offside. Online sources give Guy St-Vil at 49' but also have him substituted at half-time. Anyone can confirm the scorer?

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Nov 3 11 8:19 PM

17 october 1969, at Pnom Phen: Polonia - North Korea 0-3

15 february 1975, at Ahwaz,Iran: Polonia U21 - North Korea U21 0-3

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Nov 3 11 9:57 PM

koba wrote:
17 october 1969, at Pnom Phen: Polonia - North Korea 0-3

15 february 1975, at Ahwaz,Iran: Polonia U21 - North Korea U21 0-3

I read this in site 11v11.com, is real?


No such matches were reported in Dziennik Polski at that time.

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Nov 4 11 1:30 PM

In 1988, Poland has played a friendly against Italian League XI

Milano (San Siro), 12/10/1988
Italian League XI - Poland 2-2
Italian League XI: G.Galli (62' Landucci), Mannini, Volpecina, Matthaus (55' Barbas), Tassotti (46' Gregucci), Manfredonia, Pari, Evani (46' Marocchi), Careca (62' Renato), Maradona, Virdis (46' Caniggia). Coach: Sacchi
Poland: Wandzik, Warzycma, Kaczmarek, Wdonczyk, Lukasik, Ziober (73' Soczynski), Warzycha, Komornick (80' Bendskoski), Urban, Araskiewicz, Kosecki (46' Tarasiewicz). Coach: Lazarek
Referee: Brummeier (Austria)
Goals: 20' Warzycha, 40' Tassotti, 58' Wdonczyk, 84' Maradona
Att: 5.464

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Nov 4 11 2:02 PM

The_Boss wrote:
In 1988, Poland has played a friendly against Italian League XI

Milano (San Siro), 12/10/1988
Italian League XI - Poland 2-2
Italian League XI: G.Galli (62' Landucci), Mannini, Volpecina, Matthaus (55' Barbas), Tassotti (46' Gregucci), Manfredonia, Pari, Evani (46' Marocchi), Careca (62' Renato), Maradona, Virdis (46' Caniggia). Coach: Sacchi
Poland: Wandzik, Warzycma, Kaczmarek, Wdonczyk, Lukasik, Ziober (73' Soczynski), Warzycha, Komornick (80' Bendskoski), Urban, Araskiewicz, Kosecki (46' Tarasiewicz). Coach: Lazarek
Referee: Brummeier (Austria)
Goals: 20' Warzycha, 40' Tassotti, 58' Wdonczyk, 84' Maradona
Att: 5.464


This was also a Polish League XI.

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Nov 4 11 5:31 PM

The 1974-04-13 match vs Haiti is for some reason "A" match for Poland.


Unfortunately yes. Supposedly the match was reported to FIFA as official, even though it was clear the A team was engaged elsewhere.


Polish press do not indicate who scored the 2nd Haiti goal. The first is credited Sanon on a "clear" offside. Online sources give Guy St-Vil at 49' but also have him substituted at half-time. Anyone can confirm the scorer?


Indeed, St-Vil's goal is also found in the FUJI book, and is reported by the Sport newspaper. So maybe it's the substitution that is ficititious...


17 october 1969, at Pnom Phen: Polonia - North Korea 0-3


It was a junior team, U-18 probably (contemporary age categories being still undecided at the time).

The match was played as part of a tournament attended also by other socialist countries (10 teams in total). I do not have any details though.

According to information from yearbooks and newspapers was the A-Team


Duh. The Polish A team was at that time hardly indistinguishable from the Polish League XI, as foreign players were rarely called up.

Incidentally, it was the match that led to the defection of Andrzej Rudy and his five year break with the national team.

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Nov 4 11 11:49 PM

koba wrote:


15 february 1975, at Ahwaz,Iran: Polonia U21 - North Korea U21 0-3
ù

11v11.com report this poland line up:
Bindek, Zbigniew Boniek, Marek Dziuba, Galant, Gazda, Lukasiak, Henryk Miloszewicz, Sowinski, Studzizba, Miroslaw Tlokinski, Rudolf Wojtowicz

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Nov 5 11 10:33 AM



Indeed, St-Vil's goal is also found in the FUJI book, and is reported by the Sport newspaper. So maybe it's the substitution that is ficititious...




There were two St-Vil's in the lineup so I guess there may have been confusion over which player was substituted and who scored..

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Nov 5 11 8:23 PM

Missing first names: Krystian or Zygmunt Bindek (twins), Marian Galant, Kazimierz Gazda, Bogdan Łukasiak, Mirosław Sowiński (gk), Jarosław Studzizba. All born in 1955, except Sowiński (1956).

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Nov 7 11 2:53 PM

silvermane wrote:

Polish press do not indicate who scored the 2nd Haiti goal. The first is credited Sanon on a "clear" offside. Online sources give Guy St-Vil at 49' but also have him substituted at half-time. Anyone can confirm the scorer?

Indeed, St-Vil's goal is also found in the FUJI book, and is reported by the Sport newspaper. So maybe it's the substitution that is ficititious...

Another possibility is that the goal was scored in injury time of the first half.

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Nov 7 11 2:56 PM

nfm24 wrote:
silvermane wrote:

Polish press do not indicate who scored the 2nd Haiti goal. The first is credited Sanon on a "clear" offside. Online sources give Guy St-Vil at 49' but also have him substituted at half-time. Anyone can confirm the scorer?

Indeed, St-Vil's goal is also found in the FUJI book, and is reported by the Sport newspaper. So maybe it's the substitution that is ficititious...

Another possibility is that the goal was scored in injury time of the first half.


The newspaper sources I checked give half-time result as 1-0 though. I'm inclined to belive it is a mix-up of the St-Vil players.

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Nov 7 11 3:42 PM

1979-08-22: Poland Olympic-Yugoslavia Olympic (in Bydgoszcz) 2-1. I found this while searching for the Olympic qualifying matches.

1979-09-23: Poland Olympic-GDR Olympic (In Białystok) 2-1.

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Nov 7 11 7:09 PM

An interesting match was played May 6th, 1961. Poland played Bulgaria as part of the 40th Anniversary of "Przeglad sportowy". In Dziennik Polski this was reported as a full international between Poland and Bulgaria national teams.
Bulgaria: Naydenov, Rakarov, Dimitrov, Kitov, Zhechev, Kovachev, Iliev, Yakimov, Yordanov, Kolev (scored from penalty at 9), Kostov.
Poland: Szymkowiak, Krzyżanowski, Oślizło, Kawula, Kowalski, Grzegorczyk, Polok, Myga (Eugeniusz Lerch), Pohl (Wilczek), Liberda, Lentner. Goal by Pohl at 43.

Shouldn't this match count as full inernational?

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Nov 7 11 8:58 PM

It is also important to know how this match was announced. In this topic http://roonba.20.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?t=929 I wrote about a similar situation on the Netherlands - Dutch East Indies match played on 26-06-1938. What is Przeglad sportsky?

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as full national team. The match was played at Amsterdam Olympic Stadium as part of the "Olympische Dag" (Olympic Day), which was between 1933 and 1958 a multi sports event to raise money for the Dutch Olympic Committee.

The Dutch national team played that match with the official badges on its shirts. The match was announced as official A international match in Dutch newspaper NRC (Nieuwe Rottedamsche Corant) of both 25 and 26 June 1938. At the end of the 1980's former Dutch newspaper Het Vrije Volk interviewed one of the players, Jan Linssen (the only one of that team who never became Dutch full international player according to official KNVB records). He showed the reporter the letter he received from KNVB in wich the match is named official. Linssen also received from KNVB a pluche rabbit, which only is given to players who make their full international debut for Holland.

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