mercredi 25 avril 2018

Coupe d'Europe, la C1 (fiche football)

Fiche descriptive parue en 1977 de la Coupe d'Europe des Clubs Champions illustrée par le Real Madrid 1966 et le Bayern Munich 1976. Le Real comptait alors 6 titres et le Bayern était triple-champion et champion en titre.



mardi 24 avril 2018

Germany national team's top scorer by year (1908-2018).


Germany national team's top scorer by year (1908-2018).


1908 : Fritz Förderer (Karlsruhe) & Fritz Becker (Kickers Frankfurt), 2 goals.
1909 : Willi Worpitzky (Viktoria Berlin), 2 goals.
1910 : Eugen Kipp (Sf Berlin), 3 goals.
1911 : Otto Dumke (Viktoria Berlin), 3 goals. Kipp, Förderer & Worpitzky, 2.
1912 : Gottfried Fuchs (Karlsruhe), 11 goals.
1913 : 4 players with 1 goal. Fuchs, Kipp, Wegele, Jäger.
1914 : 4 players with 1 goal. Harder, Jäger, Wegele, Queck. 1 match, 4-4 with NED.
1920 : Adolf Jäger (Altona, Hamburg), 2 goals.
1921 : Sepp Herberger (Waldhof, Mannheim), 2 goals.
1922 : 4 players with 1 goal. Jäger, Franz, Seiderer, Weissenbacher.
1923 : Leonhard Seiderer (Fürth) & Carl Hartmann (Potsdam), 2 goals.
1924 : Otto Harder (Hamburg) & Andreas Franz (Fürth), 3 goals.
1925 : Otto Harder (Hamburg) & Paul Pömpner (Leipzig), 3 goals.
1926 : Otto Harder (Hamburg), 6 goals.
1927 : Josef Pöttinger (Bayern), 4 goals.
1928 : Richard Hofmann (Meerane), 5 goals.
1929 : Georg Frank (Fürth), 5 goals. Richard Hofmann (Dresden), 4.
1930 : Richard Hofmann (Dresden), 7 goals.
1931 : Richard Hofmann (Dresden), 3 goals.
1932 : Richard Hofmann (Dresden), 5 goals.
1933 : Richard Hofmann (Benrath, Düsseldorf), 5 goals.
1934 : Richard Hofmann (Benrath, Düsseldorf), 7 goals.
1935 : Edmund Conen (Saarbrücken), 9 goals. Ernst Lehner (TSV Schwaben, Augsburg) & August Lenz (Dortmund), 7.
1936 : Adolf Urban (Schalke), 4.
1937 : Otto Siffling (Waldhof, Manneihm), 10 goals. Lehner, 7.
1938 : Jupp Gauchel (Neuendorf, Koblenz), 7 goals.
1939 : Helmut Schön (Dresden), 8 goals. Franz Binder (Rapid Wien), 7 goals.
1940 : Wilhelm Hahnemann (Admira Wien), 9 goals. Edmund Conen (Kickers Stuttgart), 8.
1941 : Fritz Walter (K'lautern), 7 goals. Ernest Willimowski (Chemnitz), 6.
1942 : Fritz Walter (K'lautern), Ernest Willimowski (1860 München) & Karl Decker (FC Vienna), 7 goals. August Klingler (Karlsruhe), 6.
1950 : Herbert Burdenski (Werder), 1 goal. 1 match played this year, 1-0 against SWI.
1951 : Max Morlock (Nürnberg), 4 goals.
1952 : Ottmar Walter (K'lautern), 4 goals.
1953 : Max Morlock (Nürnberg), 4 goals.
1954 : Max Morlock (Nürnberg), 9 goals. Hans Schäfer (Köln), 7.
1955 : Fritz Walter (K'lautern), Jupp Röhring (Köln), Karl Mai (Fürth), 2 goals.
1956 : Willi Schröder (Werder), 3 goals.
1957 : Helmut Rahn (Rot-Weiss Essen), Alfred Schmidt (Dortmund), Gerhard Siedl (Karlsruhe), 2 goals.
1958 : Helmut Rahn (Rot-Weiss Essen), 10 goals.
1959 : Uwe Seeler (Hamburg), 6 goals.
1960 : Gert Dörfel (Hamburg), 5 goals. Uwe Seeler (Hamburg), 4.
1961 : Uwe Seeler (Hamburg), 5 goals.
1962 : Heinz Streh (Nürnberg), 3 goals.
1963 : Uwe Seeler (Hamburg), 3 goals.
1964 : Uwe Seeler (Hamburg), 4 goals.
1965 : Klaus-Dieter Sieloff (VfB Stuttgart), 4 goals.
1966 : Uwe Seeler (Hamburg) & Franz Beckenbauer (Bayern), 7 goals.
1967 : Gerd Müller (Bayern), 6 goals.
1968 : Gerd Müller (Bayern), Wolfgang Overath (Köln), Georg Volkert (Nürnberg), Siegfried Held (Dortmund), 2 goals.
1969 : Gerd Müller (Bayern), 9 goals.
1970 : Gerd Müller (Bayern), 13 goals.
1971 : Gerd Müller (Bayern), 12 goals.
1972 : Gerd Müller (Bayern), 13 goals.
1973 : Gerd Müller (Bayern), 7 goals.
1974 : Gerd Müller (Bayern), 6 goals. Breitner (Bayern) & Cullmann (Köln), 4.
1975 : Jupp Heynckes (M'Gladbach), 4 goals. Erich Beer (Hertha Berlin), 3.
1976 : Dieter Müller (Köln) & Erich Beer (Hertha Berlin), 4 goals.
1977 : Klaus Fischer (Schalke), 11 goals.
1978 : Rainer Bonhof (M'Gladbach then Valencia), 5 goals. K-H Rummenigge (Bayern), 4.
1979 : Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (Bayern) & Klaus Fischer (Schalke), 5 goals.
1980 : Klaus Allofs (F. Düsseldorf), 7 goals.
1981 : Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (Bayern) & Klaus Fischer (Schalke), 9 goals.
1982 : Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (Bayern), 9 goals.
1983 : Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (Bayern), 8 goals. Rudi Völler (Werder), 6.
1984 : Rudi Völler (Werder), 5 goals.
1985 : Rudi Völler (Werder) & Pierre Littbarski (Köln), 4 goals.
1986 : Rudi Völler (Werder), 7 goals.
1987 : Rudi Völler (Roma) & Pierre Littbarski (Köln), 3 goals.
1988 : Lothar Matthaüs (Bayern then Inter), 4 goals.
1989 : Rudi Völler (Roma), 3 goals. Littbarski (Köln) & Möller (Dortmund), 2.
1990 : Rudi Völler (Roma) & Lothar Matthaüs (Inter), 7 goals.
1991 : Karl-Heinz Riedle (Lazio) & Lothar Matthaüs (Inter), 3 goals. Völler, 2.
1992 : Karl-Heinz Riedle (Lazio) & Thomas Hässler (Roma), 4 goals.
1993 : Andreas Möller (Juventus), 7 goals. Klinsmann (Monaco), 6. Riedle (Laz. then Dort.), 5.
1994 : Jürgen Klinsmann (Monaco then Tottenham), 11 goals.
1995 : Jürgen Klinsmann (Tottenham then Bayern), 6 goals. Möller (Dortmund), 5.
1996 : Jürgen Klinsmann (Bayern), 7 goals. Möller (Dortmund) & Bierhoff (Udinese), 6.
1997 : Oliver Bierhoff (Udinese), 7 goals. Ulf Kirsten (Leverkusen), 5.
1998 : Oliver Bierhoff (Udinese then Milan), 8 goals.
1999 : Oliver Bierhoff (Milan), 6 goals.
2000 : Oliver Bierhoff (Milan), Ulf Kirsten (Leverkusen), Carsten Jancker (Bayern), 3 goals.
2001 : Michael Ballack (Leverkusen), 6 goals.
2002 : Miroslav Klose (Werder), 12 goals.
2003 : Fredi Bobic (Hannover then H. Berlin), 6 goals.
2004 : Kevin Kuranyi (VfB Stuttgart), 10 goals. Ballack (Bayern), 8.
2005 : Lukas Podolski (Köln), 8 goals. Ballack (Bayern), 7.
2006 : Miroslav Klose (Werder), 13 goals. Lukas Podolski (Köln then Bayern), 12.
2007 : Kevin Kuranyi (Schalke), 5 goals.
2008 : Miroslav Klose (Bayern), 8 goals. Lukas Podolski (Bayern), 7.
2009 : Lukas Podolski (Bayern then Köln), 6 goals. Mario Gomez (VfB then Bayern), 5.
2010 : Miroslav Klose (Bayern), 10 goals.
2011 : Mario Gomez (Bayern), 7 goals. Klose, Özil, T. Müller, Schürrle, 5.
2012 : Mesut Özil (Real), 6 goals. Reus (M'Gladbach then Dortmund), 5. Gomez, Klose, 4.
2013 : Thomas Müller (Bayern), 6 goals.
2014 : Thomas Müller (Bayern), 10 goals.
2015 : Thomas Müller (Bayern), 5 goals.
2016 : Thomas Müller (Bayern), 5 goals. Gomez (Besiktas), 4.
2017 : Timo Werner (Leipzig), 7 goals. Goretzka (Schalke), 6.
2018 : Timo Werner (RB Leipzig), Toni Kroos (Real Madrid) and Leroy Sané (Manchester City), 2 goals.


lundi 23 avril 2018

Italy national team's top scorer per year (1910-2018)


Italy national team's top scorer per year (1910-2018).
Olympic Games' not taken in account since the first World Cup in 1930.


1910 : Pietro Lana (Milan), 3 goals.
1911 : Arturo Boiocchi (US Milanese), 2 goals.
1912 : Enrico Sardi (Genoa), Carlo Rampini (Vercelli), Franco Bontadini (Inter), 2 goals.
1913 : Guido Ara (Vercelli), 1 goal.
1914 : 4 players with 1 goal. Cevenini (Inter), Barbesino & Mattea (Casale), Berardo (Vercelli).
1915 : Aldo & Luigi Cevinini (Inter), 1 goal each.
1920 : Guglielmo Brezzi (Genoa), 5 goals. In 6 games. Aebi (Milan), 3 in 2, 3 vs France.
1921 : Luigi Cevenini (Inter), 3 goals.
1922 : Adolfo Baloncieri (Alessandria) & Giovanni Moscardini (US Lucchese), 3 goals. L. Cevinini, 2.
1923 : 4 players with 1 goal. L. Cevinini (Inter), Santamaria (Genoa), Moscardini (Lucchese), Migliavacca (Novara).
1924 : Mario Magnozzi (Livorno) & Giuseppe Della Valle (Bologna), 2 goals.
1925 : Adolfo Baloncieri (Roma), Giovanni Moscardini (Pisa), Virgilio Levratto (H. Verona), Angelo Schiavio (Bologna), Leopoldo Conti (Inter), 2 goals.
1926 : Virgilio Levratto (Genoa), Mario Magnozzi (Livorno), Giuseppe Della Valle (Bologna), 3 goals.
1927 : Adolfo Baloncieri (Roma) & Julio Libonatti (Torino), 6 goals.
1928 : Adolfo Baloncieri (Torino), 8 goals. Julio Libonatti (Torino), 7.
1929 : Gino Rossetti (Torino), 4 goals.
1930 : Giuseppe Meazza (Ambrosiana), 6 goals.
1931 : Giuseppe Meazza (Ambrosiana), 5 goals. Raimundo Orsi (Juventus), 4
1932 : Francesco Fedullo (Bologna), 3 goals vs Switzerland. Meazza, Orsi, Ferrari, Costantino, 2.
1933 : Giuseppe Meazza (Ambrosiana), 5 goals.
1934 : Giuseppe Meazza (Ambrosiana), 7 goals.
1935 : Giuseppe Meazza (Ambrosiana) & Silvio Piola (Lazio), 2 goals.
1936 : Giuseppe Meazza, Silvio Piola, Gino Colaussi, Giovanni Ferrari, Attilio Demaria, 2 goals.
1937 : Silvio Piola (Lazio), 5 goals.
1938 : Silvio Piola (Lazio), 9 goals. Gino Colaussi (Trieste), 6.
1939 : Silvio Piola (Lazio), 8 goals.
1940 : Amadeo Biavati (Bologna), 2 goals.
1942 : Pietro Ferraris (Torino), 2 goals.
1945 : Amadeo Biavati (Bologna), 2 goals.
1946 : 3 players with 1 goal. V. Mazzola & Castigliano (Torino), Piola (Lazio).
1947 : Romeo Menti (Torino), 4 goals. Guglielmo Gabetto (Torino), 3.
1948 : Francesco Pernigo (Modena), 4 goals vs USA.
1949 : Riccardo Carapellese (Milan), 3 goals. Then transferred to Torino.
1950 : Ermes Mucinelli (Juventus), 3 goals.
1951 : Amado Amadei (Napoli), 3 goals.
1952 : Egisto Pandolfini (Fiorentina then Roma) & Aredio Gimona (Palermo), 3 goals.
1953 : 5 players with 1 goal : Muccinelli, Pandolfini, Ricagni, Cervato, Frignani.
1954 : Carlo Galli (Roma), 4 goals.
1955 : Giampiero Boniperti (Juventus), 2 goals.
1956 : Angelo Longoni (Atalanta), 2 goals vs Austria & Giuseppe Virgili (Fiorentina), 2 vs Brazil.
1957 : Guido Gratton & Sergio Cervato (Fiorentina), 2 goals. 2 vs Portugal for Gratton.
1958 : Bruno Nicolè (Juventus), 2 goals.
1959 : Francisco Lojacono (Fiorentina), 2 goals.
1960 : 4 players with 1 goal : Lojacono, Montuori, Stacchini, Boniperti.
1961 : Omar Sivori (Juventus), 8 goals.
1962 : José Altafini (Milan) & Alberto Orlando (Roma), 4 goals. 4 vs Turkey for Orlando.
1963 : Gianni Rivera (Milan) & Angelo Sormani (Mantova), 2 goals.
1964 : Alessandro Mazzola (Inter), 3 goals.
1965 : Alessandro Mazzola (Inter), 6 goals.
1966 : Alessandro Mazzola (Inter), 5 goals.
1967 : Gigi Riva (Cagliari), 6 goals.
1968 : Gigi Riva (Cagliari), Pierino Prati (Milan) & Angelo Domenghini (Inter), 2 goals.
1969 : Gigi Riva (Cagliari), 8 goals.
1970 : Gigi Riva (Cagliari), 6 goals.
1971 : Roberto Boninsegna (Inter), 4 goals.
1972 : Gigi Riva (Cagliari), 4 goals.
1973 : Gigi Riva (Cagliari), 7 goals.
1974 : 4 players with 1 goal : Rivera, Boninsegna, Capello, Anastasi.
1975 : Paolo Pulici (Torino), 2 goals.
1976 : Roberto Bettega (Juventus), 8 goals. Francesco Graziani (Torino), 7.
1977 : Roberto Bettega (Juventus), 6 goals.
1978 : Paolo Rossi (Vicenza), 4 goals.
1979 : Paolo Rossi (Vicenza then Perugia), 3 goals.
1980 : Francesco Graziani (Torino), 5 goals.
1981 : Francesco Graziani (Torino then Fiorentina), 3 goals.
1982 : Paolo Rossi (Juventus), 6 goals.
1983 : Paolo Rossi & Antonio Cabrini (Juventus), 2 goals.
1984 : Paolo Rossi, Antonio Cabrini (Juventus), Alessandro Altobelli (Inter), 2 goals.
1985 : Alessandro Altobelli (Inter), 3 goals.
1986 : Alessandro Altobelli (Inter), 9 goals.
1987 : Gianluca Vialli (Sampdoria), 5 goals.
1988 : Gianluca Vialli (Sampdoria), 5 goals.
1989 : Roberto Baggio (Fiorentina), 3 goals.
1990 : Toto Schilacci (Juventus), 6 goals. R. Baggio (Fiorentina then Juventus), 4.
1991 : Gianluca Vialli (Sampdoria), 3 goals.
1992 : Roberto Baggio (Juventus), 6 goals.
1993 : Roberto Baggio (Juventus), 5 goals.
1994 : Roberto Baggio (Juventus), 5 goals.
1995 : Gianfranco Zola (Parma), 7 goals.
1996 : Pierluigi Casiraghi (Lazio), 5 goals.
1997 : Alessandro Del Piero (Juventus), 4 goals.
1998 : Christian Vieri (Atlético Madrid then Lazio), 6 goals.
1999 : Pippo Inzaghi (Juventus), 3 goals.
2000 : Pippo Inzaghi (Juventus), 5 goals. Del Piero (Juventus) & Totti (Roma), 4.
2001 : Pippo Inzaghi (Juventus), 4 goals.
2002 : Christian Vieri (Inter) & Alessandro Del Piero (Juventus), 5 goals.
2003 : Pippo Inzaghi (Milan), 6 goals. Vieri : 4.
2004 : Christian Vieri (Inter), 3 goals.
2005 : Luca Toni (Palermo then Fiorentina), 5 goals. Gilardino (Milan), 4, Pirlo (Milan), 3.
2006 : Luca Toni (Fiorentina) & Alberto Gilardino (Milan), 4 goals. Materazzi (Inter), 3.
2007 : Luca Toni (Fiorentina then Bayern), 4 goals. Di Natale (Udinese), 3.
2008 : Antonio Di Natale (Udinese), 4goals. De Rossi (Roma), 3.
2009 : Alberto Gilardino (Fiorentina), 6 goals.
2010 : Fabio Quagliarella (Napoli then Juventus), 4 goals.
2011 : Antonio Cassano (Milan), 4 goals. G. Rossi (Villareal) & Pazzini (Inter), 3.
2012 : Mario Balotelli (Manchester City), 4 goals.
2013 : Mario Balotelli (Milan), 7 goals.
2014 : Giorgio Chiellini (Juventus), 3 goals.
2015 : Graziano Pellè (Southampton), 3 goals. Antonio Candreva (Lazio) & Eder (Sampdoria), 2.
2016 : Graziano Pellè (Southampton then China), 5 goals.
2017 : Eder (Inter), 3 goals.
2018 : 9 players with 1 goal.

See also : the same for Brazil and France.

lundi 16 avril 2018

Onze d'Or et Onze de Onze 1987

Source : Onze n°144, Décembre 1987.
Vote des lecteurs (readers vote).

ONZE D'OR 87 :  DIEGO MARADONA (Naples & Argentine).
ONZE D'ARGENT : MARCO VAN BASTEN (Ajax Amsterdam, Milan AC & Pays-Bas).
ONZE DE BRONZE : JEAN TIGANA (France & Girondins de Bordeaux).


ONZE DE ONZE 87 :

Onze de Onze 1987
Détails des votes par postes (cliquer pour agrandir) :


Présélection parue deux mois en amont (cliquer pour agrandir) :




vendredi 13 avril 2018

Brazil national team's top scorer per year



Brazilian national team's top scorer per year (games recognized by the international federation only).


1914 : Rubens Salles (Paulistano), 1 goal. Unique goal scorer in two official games.
1915 : no games played.
1916 : Friedenreich, Alencar, Demósthenes & Mimi Sodré, 1 goal each in 4 games.
1917 : Neco (Corinthians), 3 goals. Amilcar (Corinthinas), 2.
1918 : no recognized games were played.
1919 : Friedenreich (Paulistano) & Neco (Corinthians), 4 goals.
1920 : Alvarizza (Brasil R-S) & Castelhano (Santos), 1 goal.
1921 : Machado (Fluminense), 2 goals. 2 against Paraguay. 2 games in all.
1922 : Neco, Amilcar & Gambarotta (Cor), Formiga (Paulist.) & Imparathino (Pal. Ita.), 2 goals.
1923 : Nilo (Brasil R-J), 4 goals.
1924 : no games played.
1925 : Lagarto (Fluminense), 4 goals. Nilo (Flu) : 3.
1926 : no recognized games played.
1927 : no recognized games played.
1928 : no recognized games played.
1929 : no recognized games played.
1930 : Preguinho (Fluminense), 4 goals. Carvalho Leite (Botafogo) : 3.
1931 : Nilo (Botafogo), 2 goals. 2-0 against Uruguay, unique match that year.
1932 : Leônidas (Bonsucesso), 2 goals. 2-1 against Uruguay, unique match that year.
1933 : no games played.
1934 : Leônidas (Vasco), 3 goals.
1935 : no recognized games played.
1936 : Roberto & Affonsinho (São Cristóvão), Niginho (Palestra Itá.), 1 goal. 3-2 against Peru, unique match that year.
1937 : Patesko (Botafogo) & Luiz M. Oliveira (Palestra Itália), 4 goals. Carvalho Leite  (Bot.) : 3.
1938:  Leônidas (Flamengo), 7 goals. All of them at the World Cup.
1939 : Leônidas (Flamengo), 2 goals. 2 matches played this year.
1940 : Leônidas (Flamengo), 6 goals.
1941 : no international matches played.
1942 : Pirillo (Flamengo), 6 goals.
1943 : no international matches played.
1944 : Jair Rosa Pinto (Vasco), 3 goals. 3 against Uruguay. 2 matches played this year.
1945 : Heleno de Freitas (Botafogo), 9 goals. Ademir Menezes (Vasco) : 7.
1946 : Zizinho (Flamengo), 6 goals. Jair R. Pinto (Vasco) : 4.
1947 : Heleno (Botafogo), Tesourinha (Internacional), Jair (Vasco), 1 goal. 2 matches played.
1948 : Canhotinho (Pal.), Carlyle (Atl. Mineiro), Danilo Alvim (Vasco), 1 goal. 2 matches played.
1949 : Jair R. Pinto (Flamengo), 9 goals. Tesourinha (Int) : 8. Ademir (Vasco) : 7. Zizinho (Fla) : 5.
1950 : Ademir Menezes (Vasco), 14 goals.
1951 : no international matches played.
1952 : Baltazar (Corinthians), 4 goals.
1953 : Julinho (Portuguesa), 5 goals including 4 in one match against Bolivia.
1954 : Baltazar (Corinthians), 7 goals.
1955 : Zizinho (Bangu, in one match against Paraguay) & Maurinho (São Paulo), 2 goals.
1956 : Zizinho (Bangu), 5 goals.
1957 : Didi (Botafogo) & Evaristo (Flamengo), 9 goals.
1958 : Pelé (Santos), 9 goals.
1959 : Pelé (Santos), 11 goals.
1960 : Quarentinha (Botafogo), 6 goals.
1961 : Coutinho (Santos), 3 goals.
1962 : Pelé (Santos) & Vavá  (Palmeiras), 8 goals. Garrincha (Botafogo) : 6.
1963 : Pelé (Santos), 7 goals.
1964 : Pelé (Santos), Rinaldo (Palmeiras) & Gérson (Botafogo), 2 goals.
1965 : Pelé (Santos), 9 goals.
1966 : Tostão (Cruzeiro), 6 goals. Pelé (Santos) : 5.
1967 : Paulo Borges (Bangu), 2 goals. 3 matches played only that year.
1968 : Tostão (Cruzeiro) & Jairzinho (Botafogo), 7 goals. Rivelino (Corinthians) : 6.
1969 : Tostão (Cruzeiro), 12 goals.
1970 : Jairzinho (Botafogo), 11 goals. Pelé (Santos) : 8.
1971 : Tostão (Cruzeiro) & Paulo César "Caju" (Botafogo), 2 goals.
1972 : Jairzinho (Botafogo), 3 goals.
1973 : Rivelino (Corinthians), Leivinha (Palmeiras) & Paulo César "Caju" (Flamengo), 3 goals.
1974 : Rivelino (Corinthians), 6 goals. Jairzinho (Botafogo) : 4.
1975 : Palhinha, Nelinho & Roberto Batata (Cruzeiro), 3 goals.
1976 : Zico (Flamengo) & Roberto "Dinamite" (Vasco), 6 goals.
1977 : Zico (Flamengo) & Roberto "Dinamite" (Vasco), 6 goals. 4 against Bol. for Zico.
1978 : Reinaldo (Atlético Mineiro), 4 goals. Dirceu G., Zico & Roberto "Dinamite" : 3.
1979 : Sócrates (Corinthians) & Zico (Flamengo), 5 goals.
1980 : Zico (Flamengo) & Zé Sergio (São Paulo), 4 goals.
1981 : Zico (Flamengo), 9 goals. Socrates & Reinaldo: 6.
1982 : Zico (Flamengo), 8 goals.
1983 : Careca (São Paulo), 4 goals.
1984 : Arturzinho (Vasco), 1 goal. Unique goal scorer in 3 matches that year (1-1-1).
1985 : Walter Casagrande (Corinthians), 4 goals. Alemão, Careca, Zico : 3.
1986 : Careca (São Paulo), 8 goals.
1987 : Valdo Filho (Grêmio) & Romário (Vasco), 4 goals.
1988 : Geovanni (Vasco), 4 goals. Edmar (Cor.) : 3.
1989 : Bebeto (Flamengo), 10 goals. Careca (Nap.). 6. Romário (PSV) : 4.
1990 : Careca (Napoli) & Müller (Torino), 3 goals.
1991 : Neto (Corinthians), 5 goals. Luis Henrique II (Bahia) & Branco (Genoa), 4.
1992 : Bebeto (Vasco then La Coruña), 7 goals. Raí (São Paulo), 6.
1993 : Bebeto (La Coruña), 7 goals. Pahlinha II (São Paulo), 5.
1994 : Romário (Barcelona), 10 goals. Bebeto (La Coruña), 8.
1995 : Túlio (Botafogo), 13 goals. He scored all of his NT goals that year, in 12 app.
1996 : Ronaldo (PSV then Barcelona), 5 goals. Sávio (Flamengo) : 4.
1997 : Romário (Flamengo then Valencia), 19 goals. Ronaldo (Barcelona then Inter Milan), 15.
1998 : Élber (Bayern München), 6 goals. Ronaldo (Inter Milan) & Rivaldo (Barcelona): 5.
1999 : Rivaldo (Barcelona), 8 goals. Ronaldo (Inter Milan), Amoroso (Udinese) & Ronaldinho (Grêmio), 7.
2000 : Rivaldo (Barcelona), 8 goals. Romário (Vasco), 7.
2001 : Edilson (Flamengo), 4 goals. Rivaldo, Romario : 3.
2002 : Ronaldo (Barcelona then Real Madrid), 11 goals. 2 as a Real player.
2003 : Kaká (São Paulo then AC Milan), 5 goals. Ronaldo (Real), Adriano (Parma) : 3.
2004 : Adriano (Inter Milan), 9 goals. Ronaldo (Real), Ronaldinho (Barça) : 6.
2005 : Adriano (Inter Milan), 10 goals. Ronaldinho (Barça) : 6.
2006 : Kaká (AC Milan) & Ronaldo (Real Madrid), 5 goals.
2007 : Robinho (Real Madrid), 6 goals. Kaká (AC Milan) & Ronaldinho (Barcelona), 5. 
2008 : Luís Fabiano (Sevilla), 6 goals. Robinho (Real then Man City) : 4.
2009 : Luís Fabiano (Sevilla), 11 goals. Nilmar (Internacional then Villareal) : 6.
2010 : Robinho (Santos then AC Milan), 6 goals.
2011 : Neymar (Santos), 7 goals.
2012 : Neymar (Santos), 9 goals.
2013 : Neymar (Santos), 10 goals. Fred (Fluminense), 9 goals.
2014 : Neymar (Barcelona), 15 goals.
2015 : Neymar (Barcelona) & Roberto Firmino (Hoffenheim), 4 goals. 
2016 : Philippe Coutinho (Liverpool) & Gabriel Jesus (Palmeiras), 5 goals. Neymar (Barça) & Renato A. (Beijing Guoan) : 4.
2017 : Paulinho (Guangzhou Evergrande), 5 goals. Gabriel Jesus (Man City) : 3.
2018 : Neymar (PSG), 7 goals. Philippe Coutinho (FC Barcelona) 5 goals.

Same for France here.

jeudi 12 avril 2018

Liverpool FC, "la puissance et la gloire" (fiche football)

L'Histoire ou l'historique du club logée sur une fiche.



Photo : Les Reds de Liverpool des Ian Callaghan, Steve Heighway, Tommy Smith, Emlyn Hughes, Kevin Keegan, Terry McDermott, ALec Lindsay, Jimmy Case, Ray Kennedy, David Johnson, Sammy Lee, Joey Jones, John Toshack, David Fairclough, Ray Clemence, Phil Thompson, Phil Neal encadrés par Bob Paisley, Joe Fagan et Robert Moran. A leurs pieds : les trophées. Et un ballon.

Tournoi juniors UEFA (fiche football)



Batista,"le poumon du Brésil" (fiche football)



Jean-Paul Bertrand-Demanes (fiche football)



Roberto Rosato (fiche football)



mercredi 11 avril 2018

Marc Degryse - Detailed stats in European Cups

Marc Degryse with "Les Mauves" (Anderlecht)

Marc Degryse - Matches and goals in European Cups.

Matches 1-21 with Club Brugge KV. Matches 22-58 with RSC Anderlecht. Matches 59-63 with PSV Eindhoven.



UEFA Cup 1984-1985
 1.  Nottingham Forest          (A, T, 81)            0-0 
 2.  Nottingham Forest          (H, T, 90*)           1-0
 3.  Tottenham Hotspur          (H, T, 90)            2-1 
 4.  Tottenham Hotspur          (A, T, 90)            0-3

UEFA Cup 1985-1986
 5.  Boavista FC                (A, T, 90)            3-4
 6.  Boavista FC                (H, T, 90)            3-0
 7.  Spartak Moskva             (H, T, 57)            1-3

Cup Winners Cup 1986-1987

 8.  Rapid Wien                 (A, S, 55)            3-4
 9.  Rapid Wien                 (H, S, 62)            3-3

UEFA Cup 1987-1988
10.  Zenit Leningrad            (A, T, 90)            0-2
11.  Zenit Leningrad            (H, T, 90)            5-0
12.  Crvena Zvezda              (A, T, 90)            1-3
13.  Crvena Zvezda              (H, T, 90)            4-0
14.  Borussia Dortmund          (A, T, 90)            0-3
15.  Borussia Dortmund          (H, T, 120)           5-0 a.e.t
16.  Panathinaïkos              (A, T, 90)            2-2         1 goal (86/ 2-2)
17.  Panathinaïkos              (H, T, 84)            1-0
18.  RCD Espanyol Barcelona     (H, T, 90)            2-0
19.  RCD Espanyol Barcelona     (A, T, 120)           0-3 a.e.t

Champions Cup 1988-1989
20.  Brøndby IF                 (H, T, 90)            1-0
21.  Brøndby IF                 (A, T, 90)            1-2

Cup Winners Cup 1989-1990
22.  Ballymena United           (H, T, 90)            6-0
23.  Ballymena United           (A, T, 90)            4-0         1 goal  (54/ 2-0)
24.  FC Barcelona               (H, T, 90)            2-0         1 goal  (46/ 2-0)
25.  FC Barcelona               (A, T, 51)            1-2 a.e.t
26.  FC Admira-Wacker           (H, T, 90)            2-0         2 goals (32, 37)
27.  FC Admira-Wacker           (A, T, 90)            1-1
28.  Dinamo Bucuresti           (H, T, 90)            1-0
29.  Dinamo Bucuresti           (A, T, 90)            1-0
30.  UC Sampdoria               (N, T, 103)           0-2 a.e.t

UEFA Cup 1990-1991
31.  Petrolul Ploiesti          (H, T, 90)            2-0
32.  Petrolul Ploiesti          (A, T, 90)            2-0
33.  Omonia Nikosia             (A, T, 90)            1-1
34.  Borussia Dortmund          (H, T, 90)            1-0
35.  Borussia Dortmund          (A, T, 90)            1-2
36.  AS Roma                    (A, T, 90)            0-3
37.  AS Roma                    (H, T, 90)            2-3

Champions Cup 1991-1992
38.  Grasshopper Zürich         (H, T, 90)            1-1         1 goal  (43/ 1-0)
39.  Grasshopper Zürich         (A, T, 90)            3-0
40.  PSV Eindhoven              (A, T, 90)            0-0
41.  PSV Eindhoven              (H, T, 90)            2-0         1 goal  (11/ 1-0)
42.  Panathinaikos              (H, T, 90)            0-0
43.  UC Sampdoria               (H, T, 90)            3-2         1 goal  (54/ 1-1)
44.  UC Sampdoria               (A, T, 90)            0-2
45.  Panathinaikos              (A, T, 90)            0-0
46.  Crvena Zvezda              (H, T, 90)            3-2         1 goal  (82/ 3-2)

UEFA Cup 1992-1993
47.  Hibernian FC               (A, T, 90)            2-2         1 goal  (37p/ 1-1)
48.  Hibernian FC               (H, T, 90)            1-1
49.  Dynamo Kiev                (H, T, 90)            4-2         1 goal  (37/ 2-1)
50.  Dynamo Kiev                (A, T, 90)            3-0
51.  Paris Saint-Germain        (A, T, 90)            0-0

Champions League 1993-1994
52.  FC Porto                   (H, T, 90)            1-0
53.  FC Porto                   (A, T, 90)            0-2
54.  AC Milan                   (A, T, 90)            0-0

Champions League 1994-1995
55.  Steaua Bucuresti           (H, T, 90)            0-0
56.  SL Benfica                 (A, T, 90)            1-3
57.  Steaua Bucuresti           (A, T, 90)            1-1
58.  SL Benfica                 (H, T, 90)            1-1

Cup Winners Cup 1996-1997
59.  Dinamo Batumi              (A, T, 80)            1-1
60.  Dinamo Batumi              (H, T, 80)            3-0
61.  SK Brann                   (A, T, 90)            1-2

Champions League 1997-1998
62.  Dynamo Kiev                (H, T, 53)            1-3
63.  Dynamo Kiev                (A, S, 85)            1-1


*: subbed out at the 90th minute.


Results by season:
1984-1985: eliminated in the Second Round of the UEFA Cup by Tottenham.
1985-1986: eliminated in the Second Round of the UEFA Cup by Spartak Moskva.
1986-1987: eliminated by Rapid Wien in the First Round of the Cup Winners Cup.
1987-1988: eliminated by RCD Espanyol in the Semi-finals of the UEFA Cup. Leverkusen beats Espanyol in Final.
1988-1989: Club Brugge are eliminated in the R. of 16/ 2nd R. of the Champions Cup by AS Monaco, without Degryse.
1989-1990: beaten in the Cup Winners Cup Final by Sampdoria.
1990-1991: eliminated in the Quarter-finals of the UEFA Cup by AS Roma.
1991-1992: 3rd of the Group A in Champions Cup (behind Sampdoria and Red Star Belgrad).
1992-1993: eliminated in the Round of 16/ 3rd Round of the UEFA Cup by PSG.
1993-1994: last of the Group B in Champions League behind Milan, Porto and Werder.
1994-1995: last of the Group C in Champions League behind Benfica, Hajduk and Steaua.
1996-1997: eliminated in the Second Round of the Cup Winners Cup by SK Brann.
1997-1998: second of the Group in Champions League, eliminated.

Best results and stats:
Runner-up of the Cup Winners Cup in 1990.
Semi-finalist of the UEFA Cup in 1988.
20 matches/ 4 goals in Champions Cup. 14 matches/ 4 goals in Cup Winners Cup. 29 matchs/ 3 goals in UEFA Cup.

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VIDEO 
RSC Anderlecht 1989-1990, road to the Cup Winners Cup Final (all goals).

Ali Daei - Detaled stats in European Cups

CL 1999-2000, Hertha Berlin v Chelsea. Daei beats De Goey.

Ali Daei - Matches and goals in European Cups.

Matches 1-5 with FC Bayern München. Matches 6-24 with Hertha Berliner Sport-Club. 



Champions League Qual. 1998-1999
 1.  FK Obilic               (A, S, 65)         1-1
Champions League 1998-1999
 2.  Manchester United       (H, S, 63)         2-2
 3.  FC Barcelona            (A, S, 64)         2-1
 4.  Dynamo Kiev             (A, S, 89)         3-3
 5.  Dynamo Kiev             (H, S, 75)         1-0

Champions League Qual. 1999-2000
 6.  Anorthosis Famagusta    (H, T, 83)         2-0         1 goal  (2/ 1-0)
 7.  Anorthosis Famagusta    (A, T, 69)         0-0
Champions League 1999-2000
 8.  Galatasaray SK          (A, T, 90)         2-2
 9.  Chelsea FC              (H, T, 90)         2-1         2 goals (3, 70/ 1, 2-0)
10.  AC Milan                (A, T, 90)         1-1         1 goal  (69/ 1-0)
11.  AC Milan                (H, T, 70)         1-0
12.  Galatasaray SK          (H, T, 90)         1-4
13.  Chelsea FC              (A, T, 90)         0-2
14.  FC Barcelona            (H, T, 90)         1-1
15.  FC Porto                (A, S, 82)         0-1
16.  Sparta Praha            (H, T, 90)         1-1
17.  Sparta Praha            (A, T, 90)         0-1
18.  FC Porto                (H, T, 90)         0-1

UEFA Cup 2000-2001
19.  FC Zimbru               (A, S, 49)         2-1         1 goal  (64/ 2-1)
20.  FC Zimbru               (H, T, 90)         2-0         1 goal  (26/ 2-0)
21.  Amica Wronki            (A, T, 90)         1-1
22.  FC Internazionale       (H, T, 90)         0-0
23.  FC Internazionale       (A, T, 90)         1-2

UEFA Cup 2001-2002
24.  Servette Genève         (H, S, 46)         0-3


Results by season:
1998-1999: Bayern is beaten by Manchester Utd in the CL Final. Daei last appeared during the semi-finals.
1999-2000: Second group phase of CL, last of the Group A.
2000-2001: eliminated in the Third Round of the UEFA Cup by Inter Milan.
2001-2002: eliminated in the Third Round of the UEFA Cup by Servette Genève.

Best results and stats:
Runner-up of the Champions League in 1999 (did not play the final, last app. in the S/F's).
15 matches/ 3 goals in Champions League (+ 3/ 1 in CL qual). 6 matches/ 2 goals in UEFA Cup.


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VIDEOS

Hertha Berlin v Chelsea and AC Milan v Hertha Berlin 1999 (CL's group stage).




Rinus Israël - Detailed stats in European Cups

Israël (Feyenoord) brings the European Cup to Holland in 1970

Rinus Israël - Matches and goals in European Cups.

Matches 1-6 with DWS Amsterdam. Matches 7-30 with Feyenoord.



Champions Cup 1964-1965
 1.  Fenerbahçe SK              (H, T, 90)            3-1
 2.  Fenerbahçe SK              (A, T, 90)            1-0
 3.  Lyn Oslo                   (H, T, 90)            5-0         1 goal  (72/ 3-0)
 4.  Lyn Oslo                   (A, T, 90)            3-1
 5.  Györi Vasas ETO            (H, T, 90)            1-1
 6.  Györi Vasas ETO            (A, T, 90)            0-1

Inter-cities Fairs Cup 1968-1969
 7.  Newcastle United           (A, T, 90)            0-4
 8.  Newcastle United           (H, T, 90)            2-0

Champions Cup 1969-1970
 9.  KR Reykjavík               (A, T, 90)           12-2
10.  KR Reykjavík               (H, T, 90)            4-0
11.  AC Milan                   (A, T, 90)            0-1
12.  AC Milan                   (H, T, 90)            2-0
13.  FC Vorwärts Berlin         (A, T, 90)            0-1
14.  FC Vorwärts Berlin         (H, T, 90)            2-0
15.  Legia Warszawa             (A, T, 90)            0-0
16.  Legia Warszawa             (H, T, 90)            2-0
17.  Celtic Glasgow             (N, T, 120)           2-1 a.e.t   1 goal  (31/ 1-1)

Champions Cup 1970-1971
18.  UT Arad                    (H, T, 90)            1-1
19.  UT Arad                    (A, T, 90)            0-0

Champions Cup 1971-1972
20.  Olympiakos Nikosia         (H, T, 90)            8-0         1 goal  (82/ 7-0)
21.  Olympiakos Nikosia         (A, T, 90)            9-0         3 goals (61p, 63p, 70/ 6to8)
22.  Dinamo Bucuresti           (A, T, 90)            3-0
23.  Dinamo Bucuresti           (H, T, 90)            2-0
24.  SL Benfica                 (H, T, 90)            1-0
25.  SL Benfica                 (A, T, 90)            1-5

UEFA Cup 1973-1974
26.  Standard de Liège          (A, S, 46)            1-3
27.  Standard de Liège          (H, T, 90)            2-0
28.  VfB Stuttgart              (A, S, 75)            2-2
29.  Tottenham Hotspur          (A, T, 90)            2-2
30.  Tottenham Hotspur          (H, T, 90)            2-0


Results by season:
1964-1965: eliminated in the Quarter-finals of the Champions Cup by Györi Vasas ETO.
1968-1969: eliminated in the First Round of the Fairs Cup by Newcastle United.
1969-1970: winner of the European Clubs Champions Cup over Celtic FC.
1970-1971: eliminated in the First Round of the Champions Cup by UT Arad.
1971-1972: eliminated in Quarter-finals of the Champions Cup by Benfica.
1973-1974: winner of the UEFA Cup against Tottenham.

Best results and stats:
Winner of the Champions Cup in 1970.
Winner of the UEFA Cup in 1974.
23 matches/6 goals in Champions Cup. 7 matches/ 0 goals in Fairs or UEFA Cup.
1 goal in a Champions Cup Final (in '70 against Celtic FC).



Intercontinental Cup:
1970:
 1.  Estudiantes de L.P          (A, T, 90)           2-2
 2.  Estudiantes de L.P          (H, T, 61)           1-0

2 matches/ 0 goals, 1 intercontinental title.


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VIDEO

1970 European Cup Final Feyenoord vs Celtic.