Cup Winners’ Cup 1978-79

(From 1-11-1978 to 22-03-1979)

 

 

GAME DETAILS (SPANISH CLUBS)

(The first five players in each team are the starting line-up, ordered according to their basic position: PG-F-C; the players in blue are the used substitutes)

 

 

1/8 FINAL

ÍS - FC Barcelona

158-249 (79-125 / 79-124)

FIRST LEG

ÍS - FC Barcelona 79-125 (33-64)

VENUE: Laugardalshöll (Reykjavík)

DATE: 22-11-1978 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 1.800

REFEREES: xxx Simmons (ENG), Alan Crow (SCO)

FOULED OUT: S. Sveinsson (28’), Jónsson (31’)

TOP SCORER: Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (27)

ÍS (coach: Birgir Örn Birgis)

John Johnson (24)

Dirk Dunbar (18)

Steinn Sveinsson (2)

Jón Héðinsson (23)

Bjarni Gunnar Sveinsson (6)

Ingi Stefánsson (2)

Ingvar Jónsson (4)

Albert Guðmundsson (-)

Jón Oddsson (-)

FC Barcelona (coach: Eduardo Kucharski)

Miguel López Abril (8)

Manolo Flores (26)

Pedro Ansa (14)

Chicho Sibilio (24)

Juan Domingo de la Cruz (8)

Nacho Solozábal (3)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (27)

Goyo Estrada (8)

Francisco Solé (7)

SECOND LEG

FC Barcelona - ÍS 124-79 (56-34)

VENUE: Palau Blaugrana (Barcelona)

DATE: 29-11-1978 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 3.000

REFEREES: Christian Marzin (FRA), Sérgio Bravo (POR)

FOULED OUT: Guðmundsson (23’), Héðinsson (40’)

TOP SCORER: Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (25), Dirk Dunbar (25)

[Incidents: Two consecutive games were played in Palau Blaugrana: first Intima-Cleveland Eagles (women’s Champions Cup), starting at 18:30 h, and immediately after it Barcelona-ÍS.]

FC Barcelona (coach: Eduardo Kucharski)

Miguel López Abril (6)

Manolo Flores (23)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (25)

Chicho Sibilio (17)

Bob Guyette (19)

Juan Domingo de la Cruz (10)

Goyo Estrada (2)

Pere Práxedes (22)

Juan Antonio Flores (-)

ÍS (coach: Birgir Örn Birgis)

John Johnson (22)

Dirk Dunbar (25)

Steinn Sveinsson (2)

Jón Héðinsson (20)

Bjarni Gunnar Sveinsson (8)

Ingi Stefánsson (2)

Albert Guðmundsson (-)

Jón Oddsson (-)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

FC Barcelona - Sinudyne Virtus Bologna

95-81 (39-41)

VENUE: Palau Blaugrana (Barcelona)

DATE: 10-01-1979 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 5.000

REFEREES: Peter van der Willige (NED), Paul de Coster (BEL)

FOULED OUT: M. Flores (38’) / Villalta (39’)

TOP SCORER: Bob Guyette (23)

[Incidents: Barcelona’s head coach, Kucharski, resigned the day before this game, and the club’s basketball manager, Portela, replaced him temporarily (although he remained as head coach until the end of the season).]

FC Barcelona (coach: Eduardo Portela)

Miguel López Abril (4)

Pedro Ansa (-)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (14)

Chicho Sibilio (21)

Bob Guyette (23)

Nacho Solozábal (3)

Manolo Flores (10)

Juan Domingo de la Cruz (20)

Sinudyne Virtus Bologna (coach: Terry Driscoll)

Carlo Caglieris (4)

Owen Wells (17)

Renato Villalta (16)

Gianni Bertolotti (13)

Krešimir Ćosić (19)

Piero Valenti (2)

Pietro Generali (10)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

FC Barcelona - UBSC Wien

106-82 (48-38)

VENUE: Palau Blaugrana (Barcelona)

DATE: 17-01-1979 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 2.500

REFEREES: David Turner (ENG), Ferdinand Francoeur (BEL)

FOULED OUT: López Abril (34’), Estrada (40’) / Poiger (31’), Wolf (33’)

TOP SCORER: Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (26), Juan Domingo de la Cruz (26)

FC Barcelona (coach: Eduardo Portela)

Miguel López Abril (6)

Manolo Flores (24)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (26)

Juan Domingo de la Cruz (26)

Bob Guyette (18)

Nacho Solozábal (4)

Pedro Ansa (2)

UBSC Wien (coach: Jim Parks)

Herbert Haselbacher (17)

Peter Poiger (2)

xxx Griffin (24)

Herbert Watzke (-)

xxx Gregg (21)

Walter Fuchs (-)

Erich Tecka (16)

Peter Wolf (2)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

KK Radnički - FC Barcelona

92-99 (46-53)

VENUE: Hala SD Radnički (Beograd)

DATE: 24-01-1979 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: Kostas Dimou (GRE), Pavol Bezek (CZE)

FOULED OUT: Estrada (30’), M. Flores (37’), Epi (38’)

TOP SCORER: Dragan Vučinić (20), Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (20), Bob Guyette (20)

KK Radnički (coach: xxx)

Zoran Prelević (9)

Dragi Ivković (19)

Dragan Vučinić (20)

Miroljub Damjanović (10)

Milun Marović (16)

Vladeta Milovanović (16)

Srećko Jarić (2)

FC Barcelona (coach: Eduardo Portela)

Nacho Solozábal (14)

Manolo Flores (11)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (20)

Chicho Sibilio (4)

Bob Guyette (20)

Pedro Ansa (16)

Juan Domingo de la Cruz (8)

Goyo Estrada (6)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Sinudyne Virtus Bologna - FC Barcelona

86-73 (44-36)

VENUE: Palasport di Piazza Azzarita (Bologna)

DATE: 31-01-1979 (21:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 5.000

REFEREES: Hüsamettin Topuzoğlu (TUR), Frank Blom (NED)

FOULED OUT: Bertolotti (40’)

TOP SCORER: Renato Villalta (28)

[Incidents: Barcelona’s head coach, Eduardo Portela, didn’t travel to Italy due to the recent death of his father, and his assistant coach, Jaime Berenguer, replaced him in this game.]

Sinudyne Virtus Bologna (coach: Terry Driscoll)

Carlo Caglieris (12)

Owen Wells (16)

Renato Villalta (28)

Gianni Bertolotti (10)

Krešimir Ćosić (14)

Mario Martini (6)

Pietro Generali (-)

FC Barcelona (coach: Jaime Berenguer)

Nacho Solozábal (2)

Manolo Flores (14)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (20)

Chicho Sibilio (-)

Bob Guyette (23)

Miguel López Abril (2)

Juan Domingo de la Cruz (12)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

UBSC Wien - FC Barcelona

84-91 (44-46)

VENUE: Wiener Stadthalle (Wien)

DATE: 7-02-1979 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: xxx

REFEREES: Jan Jarzebiński (POL), Baruch Schuminer (ISR)

FOULED OUT: De la Cruz (36’)

TOP SCORER: Pedro Ansa (27)

UBSC Wien (coach: Jim Parks)

Herbert Haselbacher (12)

Peter Wolf (6)

xxx Griffin (16)

Erich Tecka (23)

xxx Gregg (13)

Peter Poiger (-)

Herbert Watzke (14)

FC Barcelona (coach: Eduardo Portela)

Miguel López Abril (2)

Manolo Flores (12)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (10)

Juan Domingo de la Cruz (16)

Bob Guyette (16)

Pedro Ansa (27)

Chicho Sibilio (6)

Goyo Estrada (2)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

FC Barcelona - KK Radnički

102-95 (53-44)

VENUE: Palau Blaugrana (Barcelona)

DATE: 14-02-1979 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 5.000

REFEREES: Yvan Mainini (FRA), Walter Ochs (FRG)

FOULED OUT: Estrada (19’), Ansa (34’) / Banjanin (18’), Ivković (38’)

TOP SCORER: Miroljub Damjanović (38)

FC Barcelona (coach: Eduardo Portela)

Miguel López Abril (18)

Manolo Flores (17)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (10)

Juan Domingo de la Cruz (22)

Bob Guyette (26)

Pedro Ansa (2)

Chicho Sibilio (6)

Goyo Estrada (1)

KK Radnički (coach: xxx)

Dragi Ivković (19)

Dragan Vučinić (4)

Miroljub Damjanović (38)

Vladeta Milovanović (19)

Milun Marović (6)

Zoran Prelević (2)

Srećko Jarić (2)

Branko Banjanin (5)

xxx Šarac (-)

xxx Hranisavljević (-)

 

1/2 FINAL

FC Barcelona - Gabetti Pallacanestro Cantù

172-185 (89-84 / 83-101)

FIRST LEG

FC Barcelona - Gabetti Pallacanestro Cantù 89-84 (44-43)

VENUE: Palau Blaugrana (Barcelona)

DATE: 1-03-1979 (21:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 5.500

REFEREES: Valdu Suurkask (USSR), Jan Holmin (SWE)

FOULED OUT: Epi (40’) / Bariviera (29’), Della Fiori (34’), Marzorati (37’)

TOP SCORER: Dave Batton (33)

FC Barcelona (coach: Eduardo Portela)

Miguel López Abril (10)

Manolo Flores (23)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (18)

Chicho Sibilio (18)

Bob Guyette (14)

Pedro Ansa (4)

Juan Domingo de la Cruz (2)

Goyo Estrada (-)

Gabetti Cantù (coach: Arnaldo Taurisano)

Pierluigi Marzorati (9)

John Neumann (21)

Renzo Bariviera (6)

Fabrizio della Fiori (15)

Dave Batton (33)

Renzo Tombolato (-)

Denis Innocentin (-)

Antonello Riva (-)

SECOND LEG

Gabetti Pallacanestro Cantù - FC Barcelona 101-83 (50-49)

VENUE: Palasport Pianella (Cucciago)

DATE: 7-03-1979 (21:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 5.000

REFEREES: Simon Oblak (YUG), Jean-Claude Bois (FRA)

FOULED OUT: M. Flores (30’), Sibilio (38’), Guyette (38’)

TOP SCORER: Dave Batton (26)

Gabetti Cantù (coach: Arnaldo Taurisano)

Pierluigi Marzorati (9)

John Neumann (22)

Renzo Bariviera (20)

Fabrizio della Fiori (24)

Dave Batton (26)

Renzo Tombolato (-)

Carlo Recalcati (-)

FC Barcelona (coach: Eduardo Portela)

Miguel López Abril (-)

Manolo Flores (12)

Juan Antonio San Epifanio “Epi” (6)

Chicho Sibilio (20)

Bob Guyette (14)

Javier Lomas (10)

Pedro Ansa (17)

Juan Domingo de la Cruz (4)

Pere Práxedes (-)

 

 

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