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The Indian Express (Madras, India), Tuesday, 19.01.1988. "Soviets scrape trough"

There are no line-ups in this article. Soviet line-up is from the Russian sources. Bulgarians are from the text.

Siliguri, 18.01. USSR - Bulgaria - 1:0 (1:0).
Scorer: Stasys Baranauskas 5'.
USSR: Dmitri Kharin, Viktor Losev [c], Igor Skliarov, Sergei Fokin, Aleksei Cherednik, Vadim Tishchenko, Yevgeni Kuznetsov, Yuri Savichev (Valdas Ivanauskas 46'), Aleksei Mikhailichenko, Stasys Baranauskas (Vladimir Tatarchuk 70'), Aleksandr Borodiuk. Coach: Anatoli Byshovets.
Bulgaria: Milan Karatanchev, ???, Dimităr Mladenov, ???, ???, Marin Bakalov, Yordan Mitev, ???, ???, ???, Atanas Pashev.
Referee: Sagar Sen (India).
Cautions: Vadim Tishchenko - Dimităr Mladenov.

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The Indian Express (Madras, India), Wednesday, 20.01.1988. "India begin disastrously"

There were two players named Wáng Tāo in the team of China: Wáng Tāo I (born date unknown for me) and Wáng Tāo II (born 22.04.1970 in Dalian). I don't know who of them played in this game.

Siliguri, 19.01. India - China - 0:2 (0:1).
Scorers: Xú Huī 31', Gāo Hóngbō 67'.
China: Yīn Wěimíng, Tú Shèngqiáo, Huáng Qǐnéng, Xú Hóng, Lǐ Hóngbīng, Jiǎo Chūnběn, Sūn Wěi (Wáng Tāo ?'), Gāo Hóngbō, Xú Huī, Liào Yǒuhuá (Hú Wěi ?'), Wèi Kèxīng.
India: Henry Menezes, Abdul Majid, Amit Bhadra, Tarun Dey, Deepak Kumar, Jagmohan Singh (Satyajit Chatterjee ?'), Sudip Chatterjee [c], P. Vijay Kumar, Victor Amalraj (Kuljit Singh ?'), Babu Mani, Pradeep Talukdar. Coach: Syed Nayeemuddin.

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The Indian Express (Madras, India), Thursday, 21.01.1988. "Russia outclass Hungary"

Soviet line-up is from the Russian sources.

Siliguri, 20.01. USSR - Hungary - 1:0 (1:0).
Scorer: Yuri Savichev 42'.
USSR: Dmitri Kharin, Gela Ketashvili, Igor Skliarov, Sergei Fokin, Yevgeni Yarovenko, Vadim Tishchenko, Yevgeni Kuznetsov, Yuri Savichev (Valdas Ivanauskas 46'), Aleksei Mikhailichenko [c], Stasys Baranauskas (Aleksandr Borodiuk 46'), Igor Kolyvanov. Coach: Anatoli Byshovets.
Hungary: Tamás Mázi, József Vincze (László Szabó ?'), Károly Lakatos [c], Gyula Dobesch, Endre Udvardi, Miklós Moldván, György Zircher, Károly Csapó, Gyula Plotár, István Vincze (Tibor Simon ?'), László P. Nagy.
Referee: M. G. Suvarna (India).

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The Indian Express (Madras, India), Friday, 22.01.1988. "Bulgaria recover to win"

There were two players named Wáng Tāo in the team of China: Wáng Tāo I (born date unknown for me) and Wáng Tāo II (born 22.04.1970 in Dalian). I don't know who of them played in this game.

Siliguri, 21.01. Bulgaria - China - 2:1 (0:1).
Scorers: Ivan Kochev 49', Georgi K. Georgiev 76' - Gāo Hóngbō ?'
Bulgaria: Dimităr Vichev, Trifon Pachev, Dimităr Mladenov, Ivan Kochev, Slavcho Horozov (Marius Urukov ?'), Marin Bakalov, Yordan Mitev, Georgi K. Georgiev, Vasil Dragolov (Blagoy Blangev ?'), Petăr Zehtinski [c], Atanas Pashev.
China: Yīn Wěimíng, Tú Shèngqiáo, Wèi Kèxīng, Huáng Qǐnéng, Xú Hóng, Sūn Wěi, Lǐ Hóngbīng, Jiǎo Chūnběn, Liào Yǒuhuá (Hú Wěi ?'), Sòng Liányǒng (Wáng Tāo ?'), Gāo Hóngbō.
Referee: Sheena S. Shetty (India).

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The Indian Express (Madras, India), Saturday, 23.01.1988. "India suffer second loss"

There are no line-ups in this article. All names are from the text.

Siliguri, 22.01. Hungary - India - 4:1 (2:0).
Scorers: László P. Nagy 11' pen., Gyula Plotár 23', György Zircher 70', 90' - Tarun Dey 85' pen.
Hungary: Tamás Mázi, ???, Károly Lakatos [c], ???, ???, Miklós Moldván, ???, Károly Csapó, Gyula Plotár, István Vincze, László P. Nagy. Substitution: György Zircher.
India: Henry Menezes, Musheer Ahmed, Tarun Dey, ???, ???, ???, Sudip Chatterjee [c], P. Vijay Kumar, Sishir Ghosh (Debashish Sarkar 46'), Babu Mani, Pradeep Talukdar (unknown substitution ?'). Coach: Syed Nayeemuddin.
Referee: Nedyalko Tahtadzhiev (Bulgaria).
Henry Menezes saved a penalty from László P. Nagy at 90'.

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The Indian Express (Madras, India), Monday, 25.01.1988. "Russia rally to down China"

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

Siliguri, 24.01. USSR - China - 2:1 (1:1).
Scorer: Igor Kolyvanov 32', Aleksandr Borodiuk 81' - Gāo Hóngbō 31'
USSR: Dmitri Kharin, Viktor Losev [c] (Gela Ketashvili 30'), Igor Skliarov, Sergei Fokin, Yevgeni Yarovenko, Vadim Tishchenko, Yevgeni Kuznetsov, Aleksei Cherednik, Aleksei Mikhailichenko, Stasys Baranauskas (Aleksandr Borodiuk, 70'), Igor Kolyvanov. Coach: Anatoli Byshovets.
China: Yīn Wěimíng, Chéng Yuèdōng, Wèi Kèxīng, Huáng Qǐnéng, Xú Hóng, ???, ???, ???, ???, ???, Gāo Hóngbō.
Referee (Russian source): Milan Dutta (India).

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The Indian Express (Madras, India), Tuesday, 26.01.1988. "India flop again"

Siliguri, 25.01. Bulgaria - India - 3:0 (1:0).
Scorer: Musheer Ahmed 12' OG, Yordan Mitev 42', Ivaylo Stoynov 82'.
Bulgaria: Milan Karatanchev (Dimităr Vichev), Trifon Pachev, Dimităr Mladenov, Blagoy Blangev, Ivan Kochev, Marin Bakalov, Yordan Mitev (Ivaylo Stoynov), Georgi K. Georgiev, Vasil Dragolov, Petăr Zehtinski [c], Atanas Pashev.
India: Debashish Mukherjee, Musheer Ahmed (Abdul Majid 46'), Amit Bhadra, Tarun Dey, Mastan Ahmed, Satyajit Chatterjee, Sudip Chatterjee [c], Victor Amalraj, P. Vijay Kumar, Babu Mani, Kuljit Singh (Uttam Mukherjee 59'). Coach: Syed Nayeemuddin.
Referee: Zhang Jicheng (China).
Caution: Trifon Pachev 69'.

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The Indian Express (Madras, India), Wednesday, 27.01.1988. "Chinese pole-axed"

There were two players named Wáng Tāo in the team of China: Wáng Tāo I (born date unknown for me) and Wáng Tāo II (born 22.04.1970 in Dalian). I don't know who of them played in the start line-up. My opinion is The Second was a substitute.

Siliguri, 26.01. Poland - China - 2:0 (1:0).
Scorers: Marek Leśniak 26', 62'.
Poland: Janusz Jedynak, Robert Warzycha, Piotr Piekarczyk, Janusz Góra, Eugeniusz Ptak, Kazimierz Sokołowski, Andrzej Rudy (Zenon Lissek ?'), Krzysztof Warzycha (Jacek Grembocki ?'), Grzegorz Więzik, Jan Furtok, Marek Leśniak. Coach: Zdzisław Podedworny.
China: Yīn Wěimíng, Chéng Yuèdōng, Wèi Kèxīng (Wáng Tāo ?'), Huáng Qǐnéng, Lǐ Hóngbīng, Sūn Wěi (Jiǎo Chūnběn ?'), Wáng Tāo, Gāo Hóngbō, Hú Wěi, Sòng Liányǒng, Xú Hóng.
Referee: Syed Iqbal Ahmed (India).
Yīn Wěimíng saved a penalty from Andrzej Rudy at 44'.

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The Indian Express (Madras, India), Thursday, 28.01.1988. "Bulgaria fight back"

There are no line-ups in this article. The Hungarian line-up is from magyarfutball.hu. Bulgarian names are from the text.

Siliguri, 27.01. Bulgaria - Hungary - 3:2 (1:2).
Scorers: Trifon Pachev 44', Marin Bakalov 51', Ivaylo Stoynov 75' - György Zircher 13', István Schmidt 43'.
Bulgaria: ???, Trifon Pachev, ???, Blagoy Blangev, ???, Marin Bakalov, Yordan Mitev, ???, ???, Petăr Zehtinski [c], Atanas Pashev. Substitution: Ivaylo Stoynov.
Hungary: Imre Kiss, József Vincze, Károly Lakatos [c], Endre Udvardi, József Szalma (Dénes Váczi ?'), Miklós Moldván, Károly Csapó (Tibor Simon ?'), István Schmidt, László P. Nagy, György Zircher, István Vincze.

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The Indian Express (Madras, India), Friday, 29.01.1988. "Poland struggle to hold India"

Siliguri, 28.01. India - Poland - 1:1 (1:0).
Scorers: P. Vijay Kumar ?' - Marek Leśniak 78'.
India: Debashish Mukherjee, Abdul Majid, Amit Bhadra, Tarun Dey [c], Deepak Kumar, Mastan Ahmed, Satyajit Chatterjee, Victor Amalraj, P. Vijay Kumar, Babu Mani (Jagmohan Singh 84'), Kuljit Singh (Uttam Mukherjee 68'). Coach: Syed Nayeemuddin.
Poland: Grzegorz Stencel, Jacek Grembocki, Piotr Piekarczyk, Marek Piotrowicz, Waldemar Tęsiorowski (Krzysztof Warzycha 65'), Kazimierz Sokołowski, Leszek Iwanicki (Andrzej Rudy 46'), Robert Warzycha, Jan Furtok, Grzegorz Więzik, Marek Leśniak. Coach: Zdzisław Podedworny.
Referee: Zhang Jicheng (China).

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The Indian Express (Madras, India), Saturday, 30.01.1988. "Soviets storm into final"

Soviet line-up is from the Russian sources. There is a mistake in original article: only 10 men are in the Polish start line-up, goalkeeper is absent.

Siliguri, 29.01. USSR - Poland - 2:0 (0:0). Capacity: 30,000
Scorers: Stasys Baranauskas 48', Aleksei Mikhailichenko 59'.
USSR: Dmitri Kharin, Gela Ketashvili, Igor Skliarov, Sergei Fokin, Yevgeni Yarovenko, Vadim Tishchenko, Aleksei Cherednik (Yuri Savichev 40'), Yevgeni Kuznetsov, Aleksei Mikhailichenko [c], Aleksandr Borodiuk (Valdas Ivanauskas 46'), Stasys Baranauskas. Coach: Anatoli Byshovets.
Poland: ???, Robert Warzycha (Waldemar Tęsiorowski ?'), Piotr Piekarczyk, Eugeniusz Ptak, Marek Piotrowicz, Kazimierz Sokołowski, Andrzej Rudy, Zenon Lissek, Krzysztof Warzycha, Jan Furtok (Jacek Grembocki ?'), Marek Leśniak. Coach: Zdzisław Podedworny.
Referee: Sagar Sen (India).

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The Indian Express (Madras, India), Sunday, 31.01.1988. "China snuff out Hungary's hopes"

There were two players named Wáng Tāo in the team of China: Wáng Tāo I (born date unknown for me) and Wáng Tāo II (born 22.04.1970 in Dalian). I don't know who of them played in this game.

Siliguri, 30.01. Hungary - China - 0:0.
Hungary: Imre Kiss, József Vincze, Károly Lakatos [c], Endre Udvardi (György Zircher ?'), Gyula Dobesch, Miklós Moldván, Dénes Váczi (Károly Csapó ?'), István Schmidt, László P. Nagy, Gyula Plotár, István Vincze.
China: Yīn Wěimíng, Chéng Yuèdōng, Lǐ Hóngbīng, Huáng Qǐnéng, Xú Hóng, Wáng Tāo, Jiǎo Chūnběn, Gāo Hóngbō, Wèi Kèxīng (Liào Yǒuhuá), Hú Wěi (Sòng Liányǒng), Xú Huī.

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I have no scan copies of the February issues.

Siliguri, 31.01. Bulgaria - Poland - 0:2.

Siliguri, 01.02. India - USSR - 0:2 (0:1).
Scorers: Aleksandr Borodiuk 22', 80'.
USSR (Russian sources): Aleksei Prudnikov, Gela Ketashvili, Igor Skliarov, Sergei Fokin, Yevgeni Yarovenko, Vadim Tishchenko [c], Yuri Savichev, Valdas Ivanauskas (Yevgeni Kuznetsov 46'), Vladimir Tatarchuk (Igor Dobrovolski 46'), Aleksandr Borodiuk, Igor Kolyvanov. Coach: Anatoli Byshovets.
Referee (Russian source): Nedyalko Tahtadzhiev (Bulgaria).

Siliguri, 02.02. Hungary - Poland - 0:2.
Scorers: Jan Furtok, Grzegorz Więzik.

Siliguri, 04.02. Poland - USSR - 0:2 (0:1). Final.
Scorers: Yuri Savichev 27', Valdas Ivanauskas 65'.
USSR (Russian sources): Dmitri Kharin, Gela Ketashvili, Igor Skliarov, Yevgeni Kuznetsov, Yevgeni Yarovenko, Vadim Tishchenko, Yuri Savichev, Valdas Ivanauskas, Aleksei Mikhailichenko [c], Vladimir Tatarchuk (Aleksandr Borodiuk 46'), Stasys Baranauskas (Igor Kolyvanov 55').
Referee (Russian source): M. G. Suvarna (India).
Janusz Jedynak saved a penalty from Aleksei Mikhailichenko at 20'.
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Mar 22 12 1:36 PM

All games played at the Kanchenjunga Stadium in Siliguri, West Bengal, India.

Squads:

Bulgaria (known players from the reports of The Indian Express):
Goalkeepers: Milan Karatanchev, Dimităr Vichev
Field players: Marin Bakalov, Blagoy Blangev, Vasil Dragolov, Georgi K. Georgiev, Slavcho Horozov, Ivan Kochev, Yordan Mitev, Dimităr Mladenov, Trifon Pachev, Atanas Pashev, Ivaylo Stoynov, Marius Urukov, Petăr Zehtinski

China (full squad from a Chinese blog):
Goalkeepers: Yīn Wěimíng (殷伟明), Wáng Yì (王毅)
Field players: Huáng Qǐnéng (黄启能), Xú Hóng (徐弘), Lǐ Hóngbīng (李红兵), Jiǎo Chūnběn (矫春本), Xú Huī (徐晖), Gāo Hóngbō (高洪波), Sòng Liányǒng (宋连勇), Sūn Wěi (孙伟), Liào Yǒuhuá (廖友华), Wèi Kèxīng (魏克兴), Chéng Yuèdōng (成跃东), Hú Wěi (胡伟), Wáng Tāo I (王涛), Wáng Tāo II (王涛), Tú Shèngqiáo (涂胜桥)

Hugary (known players from magyarfootball.hu and the reports of The Indian Express):
Goalkeepers: Imre Kiss, Tamás Mázi
Field players: Károly Csapó, Gyula Dobesch, Károly Lakatos, Miklós Moldván, László P. Nagy, Gyula Plotár, István Schmidt, Tibor Simon, László Szabó, József Szalma, Endre Udvardi, Dénes Váczi, István Vincze, József Vincze, György Zircher

India (full squad from indianfootball.de):
Goalkeepers: Debashish Mukherjee, Bibash Saha, Henry Menezes
Defenders: Abdul Majid, Mastan Ahmed, Tarun Dey, Amit Bhadra, Musheer Ahmed, Deepak Kumar, Sudip Chatterjee
Midfielder: Parminder Singh Jr., Jagmohan Singh, Victor Amalraj, P. Vijay Kumar, Sudip Chakraborty, Satyajit Chatterjee
Forwards: Babu Mani, Pradeep Talukdar, Sishir Ghosh, Debashish Sarkar, Kuljit Singh, Narender Kumar, Uttam Mukherjee

Poland (known players from the reports of The Indian Express):
Goalkeepers: Janusz Jedynak, Grzegorz Stencel
Field players: Jan Furtok, Janusz Góra, Jacek Grembocki, Leszek Iwanicki, Marek Leśniak, Zenon Lissek, Piotr Piekarczyk, Marek Piotrowicz, Eugeniusz Ptak, Andrzej Rudy, Kazimierz Sokołowski, Waldemar Tęsiorowski, Krzysztof Warzycha, Robert Warzycha, Grzegorz Więzik

Soviet Union (all players participated on the tournament):
Goalkeepers: Dmitri Kharin, Aleksei Prudnikov
Field players: Stasys Baranauskas, Aleksandr Borodiuk, Aleksei Cherednik, Igor Dobrovolski, Sergei Fokin, Valdas Ivanauskas, Gela Ketashvili, Igor Kolyvanov, Yevgeni Kuznetsov, Viktor Losev, Aleksei Mikhailichenko, Yuri Savichev, Igor Skliarov, Vladimir Tatarchuk, Vadim Tishchenko, Yevgeni Yarovenko

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There are no line-ups in this article. Soviet line-up is from the Russian sources. Bulgarians are from the text.
Siliguri, 18.01. USSR - Bulgaria - 1:0 (1:0).
Bulgaria: Milan Karatanchev, ???, Dimităr Mladenov, ???, ???, Marin Bakalov, Yordan Mitev, ???, ???, ???, Atanas Pashev.


Times of India mentioned only these Bulgarians (spellings as reported):
Milan Karatanchev, Todor Zaichev, Vasili Dragolov, Atanas Pashev, "Marin Balkov", "Geokgiev", "Dimitar Maldenov"

Siliguri, 19.01. India - China - 0:2 (0:1).
Scorers: Xú Huī 31', Gāo Hóngbō 67'.


Times of India: Jiao Chunben 30', Gao Hongbo 67'
Xinhua News Agency: Xu Hui 31', Gao Hongbo 66'
(no lineups given by either source)

Siliguri, 20.01. USSR - Hungary - 1:0 (1:0).
Soviet line-up is from the Russian sources.


Times of India lineups (spellings corrected):
USSR: Kharin, Ketashvili, Skliarov, Yarovenko, Fokin, Kuznetsov, Baranauskas (Ivanauskas 46'), Tishchenko, Kolyvanov, Mikhaylichenko [c], Savichev (Borodyuk 46').
Hungary: T.Mazi, J.Vincze (L.Szabo), K.Lakatos, G.Dobesch, E.Udvardi, M.Moldvan, G.Zircher, K.Csapo, G.Plotar, I.Vincze (T.Simon), L.Nagy.
Yellow card: Skliarov

Siliguri, 21.01. Bulgaria - China - 2:1 (0:1).
Scorers: Ivan Kochev 49', Georgi K. Georgiev 76' - Gāo Hóngbō ?'


Times of India: Kochev 48', Georgiev 75' / Gao Hongbo 22'



Siliguri, 22.01. Hungary - India - 4:1 (2:0).
There are no line-ups in this article. All names are from the text.
Hungary: Tamás Mázi, ???, Károly Lakatos [c], ???, ???, Miklós Moldván, ???, Károly Csapó,
Gyula Plotár, István Vincze, László P. Nagy. Substitution: György Zircher.
India: Henry Menezes, Musheer Ahmed, Tarun Dey, ???, ???, ???, Sudip Chatterjee [c],
P. Vijay Kumar, Sishir Ghosh (Debashish Sarkar 46'), Babu Mani, Pradeep Talukdar (unknown substitution ?'). Coach: Syed Nayeemuddin.


Times of India:
Goals: L.Nagy 11' pen, G.Plotar 25', G.Zircher 70' 90' pen / Tarun Dey 84' pen
India players: Henry Menezes, Sudip Chatterjee [c], Tarun Dey, Musheer Ahmed, Mastan Ahmed, Amit Bhadra,
Sisir Ghosh, Vijaykumar, Satyajit Chatterjee, Amalraj, Pradip Talukdar, Babu Mani. [12 players mentioned - I think Babu Mani was the sub for Talukdar, but it is not clarified]
Hungary players: G.Plotar, L.Nagy, K.Csapo, L.Szabo, M.Moldvan, E.Udvardi. Sub: G.Zircher
Yellow card: E.Udvardi

Siliguri, 24.01. USSR - China - 2:1 (1:1).
There are no line-ups in this article. Soviet line-up is from the Russian sources. Chinese players are from the text.
China: Yīn Wěimíng, Chéng Yuèdōng, Wèi Kèxīng, Huáng Qǐnéng, Xú Hóng, ???, ???, ???, ???, ???, Gāo Hóngbō.


Times of India:
Kolyvanov 33', Borodyuk 80' / Hongbo 31'
USSR players: Kharin, Skliarov, Kolyvanov, Baranauskas, Tischenko, Cherednik. Sub: Borodyuk
China players: Yin Weiming, Wei Kexing, Huang Qineng, Li Hongbing, Wang Tao, Hu Wei, Gao Hongbo

Siliguri, 27.01. Bulgaria - Hungary - 3:2 (1:2).
There are no line-ups in this article. The Hungarian line-up is from magyarfutball.hu. Bulgarian names are from the text.


Times of India:
Goals : T.Pachev 44', M.Bakalov 50', Stoinov 75' / D.Vichev 32' OG, I.Schmidt 42'
Bulgaria players: D.Vichev, B.Blangev, Mladenov, P.Zehtinski [c], I.Mitev, T.Pachev, M.Bakalov, A.Pashev, Kochev, Stoinov. Sub: Zaicev
Hungary players: I.Kiss, J.Vincze, K.Lakatos [c], E.Udvardi, J.Szalma, K.Csapo (72'), M.Moldvan, I.Schmidt, I.Vincze, G.Zircher, L.Nagy. Sub: Vkczi
Ref: Syed Hakeem
Yellow cards: J.Vincze, I.Vincze, I.Schmidt,


Siliguri, 28.01. India - Poland - 1:1 (1:0).
Scorers: P. Vijay Kumar ?' - Marek Leśniak 78'.


Times of India:
Piotrowicz 25' OG (or Vijaykumar) / Lesniak 77'
Poland captain Sokolowski.

Siliguri, 29.01. USSR - Poland - 2:0 (0:0).
Soviet line-up is from the Russian sources. There is a mistake in original article: only 10 men are in the Polish start line-up, goalkeeper is absent.


Times of India:
Polish goalkeeper: Janusz Jedynak
Yellow cards: Yarovenko, Ketashvili (90')


Siliguri, 30.01. Hungary - China - 0:0.


Yellow card: Li Hongbing

Siliguri, 31.01. Bulgaria - Poland - 0:2.


Times of India:
Goals: Grzegorz Wiezik 26' 41'
Polish players: Janusz Gora, Piotr Piekarczyk, Andrzej Rudy, Robert Warzycha, Krzysztof Warzycha, Grzegorz Wiezik, Jan Furtok (Jacek Grembocki), Marek Lesniak. Sub: Leszek Iwanicki.
Bulgarian players: Dimitar Vichev, Marivs Ourvkov, Mladenov, Trifon Pachev, Atanas Pashev. Sub: Vasil Dragolov
Ref: S.S.Hakeem
Linesmen: M.G.Suvarna, Iqbal Ahmed
Yellow cards: Trifon Pachev, Marivs Ourvkov, Robert Warzycha

Siliguri, 01.02. India - USSR - 0:2 (0:1).


Times of India:
India: Debasis Mukherjee, [no other players mentioned!]
USSR players: A.Prudnikov, V.Tatarchuk, I.Dobrovolski, Kolyvanov, Savichev, Borodyuk. Sub: Kuznetsov

Siliguri, 02.02. Hungary - Poland - 0:2.


Scorers: Jan Furtok 22', Grzegorz Więzik 41'.
Hungary players: T.Mazi, J.Vincze, K.Lakatos [c], G.Dobesch, K.Csapo
Poland players: K.Sokolowski, A.Rudy, K.Warzycha, G.Wiezik, M.Lesniak, J.Furtok
Ref: Valeriy Butenul (USSR)
Yellow card: G.Dobesch

Siliguri, 04.02. Poland - USSR - 0:2 (0:1). Final.


Goals: Savichev 26', Ivanauskas 67'
USSR players: Ketashvili, Yarovenko, Mikhaylichenko [c], Tishchenko, Tatarchuk (Borodyuk 53'), Ivanauskas, Kuznetsov, Baranauskas (Kolyvanov 46'), Savichev.
Poland players: J.Jedynak, R.Warzycha, K.Warzycha, Wiezik, Furtok, Lesniak.
Crowd 40000
Ref: M.G.Suvarna
Linesmen: Sagar Sen, Milan Dutta
4th official: Iqbal Ahmed
Yellow cards: Tishchenko, Ivanauskas, Wiezik

Note: in this match USSR wore red for the first time in the tournament, as Poland insisted on wearing white (in the group match between the two teams, Poland had worn red and USSR white).
This caused a 15 minute delay to the start of the match.



Karoly Csapo (aged 36) was in the Hungary Olympic team, but he played in the 1978 World Cup Finals, so he wasn't eligible for Olympic matches.
Presumably he was added to bolster the squad for this trip, or as a farewell trip for him before he retired.
Similarly Jan Furtok played in the Poland Olympic team but he played in the 1986 World Cup Finals.

Post-tournament exhibitions:
China apparently played friendly matches at Cuttack and Guwahati before returning home.
Poland and Bulgaria played each other in an exhibition match at Gangtok.

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Mar 23 12 10:31 AM

nfm24 wrote:

Karoly Csapo (aged 36) was in the Hungary Olympic team, but he played in the 1978 World Cup Finals, so he wasn't eligible for Olympic matches.
Presumably he was added to bolster the squad for this trip, or as a farewell trip for him before he retired.
Similarly Jan Furtok played in the Poland Olympic team but he played in the 1986 World Cup Finals.


I confirm that Károly Csapó wasn't eligible for the Olympic Games 1988, but Jan Furtok could take part in that competition, because, according to the eccentric FIFA rules, he played less than 90 minutes at the World Cup 1986.

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Mar 23 12 12:35 PM

nfm24 wrote:
Karoly Csapo (aged 36) was in the Hungary Olympic team, but he played in the 1978 World Cup Finals, so he wasn't eligible for Olympic matches.
Presumably he was added to bolster the squad for this trip, or as a farewell trip for him before he retired.
Similarly Jan Furtok played in the Poland Olympic team but he played in the 1986 World Cup Finals.


Hungarian team was Tatabányai Bányász Sport Club. It was a decision of Hungarian FA to name the club as Olympic team. That's why Csapó played in the tournament.

Bulgarian players were mostly from FC Trakia Plovdiv (now Botev), only few (three or four) players were from another clubs.

Poland and Soviet Union were really Olympic teams. Furtok was eligible and he played for Poland in 1988 Olympic Games Qualifying Tournament.

TovKirov wrote:
There were two players named Wáng Tāo in the team of China: Wáng Tāo I (born date unknown for me) and Wáng Tāo II (born 22.04.1970 in Dalian). I don't know who of them played in this game.


Wáng Tāo I, midfielder from Bayi FC, born April 9, 1967 in Dalian.
Wáng Tāo II, striker from Dalian FC, born April 22, 1970 in Dalian.

Sòng Liányǒng later played for Hong Kong national team (1997-199 as Sung Lin Yung.

nfm24 wrote:
… Todor Zaichev …
…Ref: Valeriy Butenul (USSR) …


Todor Zaytsev
Valeri Butenko

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Jul 7 13 6:08 PM

Bulgarian paper «Народен спорт»:
Siliguri, 18.01. USSR - Bulgaria - 1:0 (1:0).
Bulgaria: Milan Karatanchev, Trifon Pachev, Dimităr Mladenov, Marius Urukov, Ivan Kochev, Marin Bakalov, Todor Zaytsev, Vasil Dragolov, Georgi K. Georgiev, Yordan Mitev (Petăr Zehtinski), Atanas Pashev (Ivaylo Stoynov).

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