Club World Championship 2005

FIFA Club World Championship 2005

(From 11-12-2005 to 18-12-2005)


[Note: After the agreement reached by FIFA and the contractual partners of the Toyota Cup, the former Intercontinental Cup (sponsored by the Japanese company Toyota) and the Club World Championship (with only one prior edition in 2000 in Brazil) merged into a single tournament gathering the champion clubs from every continental confederation.]


PARTICIPANTS

CHAMPION ASIA (AFC): Al-Ittihad SC [Jeddah] (Saudi Arabia).

CHAMPION AFRICA (CAF): Al-Ahly SC [Cairo] (Egypt).

CHAMPION NORTH & CENTRAL AMERICA (CONCACAF): Deportivo Saprissa [San José] (Costa Rica).

CHAMPION SOUTH AMERICA (CONMEBOL): São Paulo FC (Brazil).

CHAMPION OCEANIA (OFC): Sydney FC (Australia).

CHAMPION EUROPE (UEFA): Liverpool FC (England).


1/4 FINALS

 

STADIUM: Kokuritsu Kyogijo / National Stadium (Tokyo)

DATE: 11-12-2005 (19:20 h)

ATTENDANCE: 28.281

REFEREE: Graham Poll (ENG)

GOALS: 1-0 (Noor 78’)

BOOKED: Dokhi (22’), Kallon (32’), Kariri (43’), Falatah (90’) / Mohammed (38’)

Al-Ittihad SC - Al-Ahly SC
Saudi Arabia 1 - 0 Egypt

Al-Ittihad SC (coach: Anghel lordănescu)

Mabrouk Zaid

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Ahmed Dokhi al-Dosari

Hamad al-Montashari

Adnan Falatah

Redha Tukar

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Mohammed Amin Haidar (Ibrahim al-Shahrani 64’)

Manaf Abushgeer (Ali al-Garni 90+’)

Anderson Simas “Tcheco”

Saud Kariri

Mohammed Noor

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Mohammed Kallon

Al-Ahly SC (coach: Manuel José de Jesus)

Essam el-Hadary

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Islam el-Shater (Hossam Ashour 71’)

Ahmed el-Sayed

Wael Gomaa

Shadi Mohammed

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Mohammed Barakat

Gilberto dos Santos (Ahmed Abou Moslem 46’(Osama Hosni 84’))

Hassan Mostafa

Mohammed Shawqi

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Mohammed Aboutrika

Emad Moteab

 

STADIUM: Toyota Stadium (Toyota City, Nagoya)

DATE: 12-12-2005 (19:20 h)

ATTENDANCE: 28.538

REFEREE: Toru Kamikawa (JPN)

GOALS: 0-1 (Bolaños 47’)

BOOKED: McFlynn (3’), Milligan (71’), Ceccoli (RC 81’) / R. González (32’), Ronald Gómez (56’), Centeno (77’), Porras (90+’)

[Incidents: In minute 81, Ceccoli was sent off for a feet-first challenge on Saprissa goalkeeper José Francisco Porras.]

Sydney FC - Deportivo Saprissa
Australia 0 - 1 Costa Rica

Sydney FC (coach: Pierre Littbarski)

Clint Bolton

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Iain Fyfe

Alvin Ceccoli

Mark Milligan

Steve Corica (David Zdrilić 83’)

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David Carney

Andrew Packer (Mark Rudan 61’)

Terry McFlynn (John Buonavoglia 61’)

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Kazuyoshi Miura

Sasho Petrovski

Dwight Yorke

Deportivo Saprissa (coach: Hernán Medford)

José Francisco Porras

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Víctor Cordero

Ronald González

Jervis Drummond

Gabriel Badilla

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Try Bennett (José Luis López 83’)

Christian Bolaños

Walter Centeno (Reynaldo Parks 89’)

Randall Azofeifa

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Ronald Gómez

Álvaro Saborío (Gerold Drummond 90+’)

 

BYES: São Paulo FC, Liverpool FC.

 

1/2 FINALS

 

STADIUM: Kokuritsu Kyogijo / National Stadium (Tokyo)

DATE: 14-12-2005 (19:20 h)

ATTENDANCE: 31.510

REFEREE: Alain Sars (FRA)

GOALS: 0-1 (Amoroso 16’); 1-1 (Noor 33’); 1-2 (Amoroso 47’); 1-3 (Rogério Ceni [p.] 57’); 2-3 (Al-Montashari 68’)

BOOKED: Dokhi (34’), Tukar (57’), Al-Muwallad (87’) / Danilo (53’), Amoroso (66’), Lugano (71’), Mineiro (79’)

[Incidents: The French referee Alain Sars, injured during the first half, was replaced after halftime by the fourth referee, Japanese Toru Kamikawa.]

Al-Ittihad SC - São Paulo FC
Saudi Arabia 2 - 3 Brazil

Al-Ittihad SC (coach: Anghel lordănescu)

Mabrouk Zaid

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Ahmed Dokhi al-Dosari (Osama al-Muwallad al-Harbi 67’)

Hamad al-Montashari

Adnan Falatah

Redha Tukar

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Ibrahim al-Shahrani (Mohammed Amin Haidar 64’)

Manaf Abushgeer

Anderson Simas “Tcheco”

Saud Kariri

Mohammed Noor

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Mohammed Kallon

São Paulo FC (coach: Paulo Autuori)

Rogério Ceni

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Cícero João de Cézare “Cicinho”

José Fábio Alves “Fabão”

Edcarlos Conceição

Diego Lugano

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Jenílson de Souza “Júnior”

Carlos da Silva “Mineiro”

Josué Anunciado

Danilo de Andrade

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Márcio Amoroso

Aloísio da Silva (Edinaldo Batista “Grafite” 89’)

 

STADIUM: Kokusai Sogo Kyogijo / International Stadium (Yokohama)

DATE: 15-12-2005 (19:20 h)

ATTENDANCE: 43.902

REFEREE: Carlos Chandía (CHI)

GOALS: 0-1 (Crouch 3’); 0-2 (Gerrard 32’); 0-3 (Crouch 58’)

BOOKED: Azofeifa (29’)

Deportivo Saprissa - Liverpool FC
Costa Rica 0 - 3 England

Deportivo Saprissa (coach: Hernán Medford)

José Francisco Porras

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Víctor Cordero

Ronald González

Jervis Drummond

Gabriel Badilla

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Try Bennett (Alonso Solís 46’)

Christian Bolaños

Walter Centeno

Randall Azofeifa

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Álvaro Saborío (Allan Alemán 83’)

Ronald Gómez (Gerold Drummond 76’)

Liverpool FC (coach: Rafa Benítez)

Pepe Reina

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José Miguel González “Josemi”

Sami Hyypiä (Luis García 72’)

Jamie Carragher

Djimi Traoré

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Steven Gerrard (Florent Sinama-Pongolle 64’)

Mohamed Sissoko

Xabi Alonso (Dietmar Hamann 79’)

John Arne Riise

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Peter Crouch

Djibril Cissé

 

PLACES 5 & 6

 

STADIUM: Kokuritsu Kyogijo / National Stadium (Tokyo)

DATE: 16-12-2005 (19:20 h)

ATTENDANCE: 15.951

REFEREE: Toru Kamikawa (JPN)

GOALS: 0-1 (Yorke 35’); 1-1 (Moteab 45’); 1-2 (Carney 66’)

BOOKED: Ashour (42’), Gomaa (76’), Moteab (90+’) / Rudan (67’), Packer (71’), Yorke (87’)

Al-Ahly SC - Sydney FC
Egypt 1 - 2 Australia

Al-Ahly SC (coach: Manuel José de Jesus)

Nader el-Sayed

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Mohammed Abdelwahab (Flávio da Silva 76’)

Ahmed el-Sayed

Wael Gomaa

Emad el-Nahas (Shadi Mohammed 63’)

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Mohammed Barakat

Emad Moteab

Hossam Ashour

Mohammed Shawqi

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Osama Hosni (Islam el-Shater 46’)

Mohammed Aboutrika

Sydney FC (coach: Pierre Littbarski)

Clint Bolton

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Iain Fyfe

Matt Bingley

Mark Milligan

Steve Corica (Andrew Packer 64’)

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Mark Rudan

Ufuk Talay (Terry McFlynn 78’)

David Carney

Kazuyoshi Miura

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Dwight Yorke

Sasho Petrovski (David Zdrilić 89’)

 

PLACES 3 & 4

 

STADIUM: Kokusai Sogo Kyogijo / International Stadium (Yokohama)

DATE: 18-12-2005 (16:20 h)

ATTENDANCE: 46.453

REFEREE: Mohamed Guezzaz (MOR)

GOALS: 0-1 (Saborío 13’); 1-1 (Kallon 28’); 2-1 (Job [p.] 53’); 2-2 (Saborío [p.] 85’); 2-3 (Ronald Gómez 89’)

BOOKED: Al-Muwallad (84’), Al-Montashari (RC 85’), Kariri (90+’) / R. González (53’), Badilla (77’)

[Incidents: Al-Montashari was sent off (min. 85) after committing a penalty on Saborío.]

Al-Ittihad SC - Deportivo Saprissa
Saudi Arabia 2 - 3 Costa Rica

Al-Ittihad SC (coach: Anghel lordănescu)

Mabrouk Zaid

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Osama al-Muwallad al-Harbi

Hamad al-Montashari

Adnan Falatah

Redha Tukar (Mesfer al-Qahtani 69’)

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Manaf Abushgeer

Anderson Simas “Tcheco”

Saud Kariri

Mohammed Noor (Hamzah Idris Falatah 87’)

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Mohammed Kallon

Joseph-Désiré Job

Deportivo Saprissa (coach: Hernán Medford)

José Francisco Porras

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Juan Baustista Esquivel

Ronald González (Allan Alemán 80’)

Reynaldo Parks

Gabriel Badilla

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Alonso Solís (Ronald Gómez 64’)

Christian Bolaños

Walter Centeno

José Luis López

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Álvaro Saborío

Gerold Drummond (Víctor Cordero 90’)

 

FINAL

 

STADIUM: Kokusai Sogo Kyogijo / International Stadium (Yokohama)

DATE: 18-12-2005 (19:20 h)

ATTENDANCE: 66.821

REFEREE: Benito Armando Archundia (MEX)

GOALS: 1-0 (Mineiro 27’)

BOOKED: Lugano (57’), Rogério Ceni (90’)

MVP: Rogério Ceni

São Paulo FC - Liverpool FC
Brazil 1 - 0 England

São Paulo FC (coach: Paulo Autuori)

Rogério Ceni (c)

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Cícero João de Cézare “Cicinho”

José Fábio Alves “Fabão”

Edcarlos Conceição

Diego Lugano

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Jenílson de Souza “Júnior”

Carlos da Silva “Mineiro”

Josué Anunciado

Danilo de Andrade

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Márcio Amoroso

Aloísio da Silva (Edinaldo Batista “Grafite” 75’)

Liverpool FC (coach: Rafa Benítez)

Pepe Reina

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Steve Finnan

Sami Hyypiä

Jamie Carragher

Stephen Warnock (John Arne Riise 79’)

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Steven Gerrard (c)

Mohamed Sissoko (Florent Sinama-Pongolle 79’)

Xabi Alonso

Luis García

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Harry Kewell

Fernando Morientes (Peter Crouch 85’)

 

 

ROSTERS

(Selection of 23 players from the full team squads eligible for the Club World Championship)

São Paulo FC

Liverpool FC

Goalkeepers

1. Rogério Mücke Ceni (22-01-1973) BRA

22. João Bosco de Freitas Chaves (14-11-1974) BRA

23. Flávio Roberto Kretzer (10-02-1979) BRA

Defenders

2. Cícero João de Cézare “Cicinho” (24-06-1980) BRA

3. José Fábio Alves Azevedo “Fabão” (15-06-1976) BRA

4. Edcarlos Conceição Santos (10-05-1985) BRA

5. Diego Alfredo Lugano Moreno (2-11-1980) URU

6. Jenílson Ângelo de Souza “Júnior” (20-06-1973) BRA

13. Alex Bruno Costa Fernandes (9-05-1982) BRA

16. Fábio Santos Romeu (16-09-1985) BRA

18. Flávio Donizete da Costa (16-01-1984) BRA

Midfielders

7. Carlos Luciano da Silva “Mineiro” (2-08-1975) BRA

8. Josué Anunciado de Oliveira (19-07-1979) BRA

10. Danilo Gabriel de Andrade (11-06-1979) BRA

15. Denílson Pereira Neves (16-02-1988) BRA

17. Renan Teixeira da Silva (29-03-1985) BRA

20. Richarlyson Barbosa Felisbino (27-12-1982) BRA

21. Willamis de Souza Silva (4-02-1979) BRA

Forwards

9. Edinaldo Batista Libânio “Grafite” (2-04-1979) BRA

11. Márcio Amoroso dos Santos (5-07-1974) BRA

12. Christian Corrêa Dionísio (23-04-1975) BRA

14. Aloísio José da Silva (27-01-1975) BRA

19. Thiago Ribeiro Cardozo do Nascimento (24-02-1986) BRA

COACH: Paulo Autuori de Melo (25-08-1956) BRA

Goalkeepers

1. Jerzy Dudek (23-03-1973) POL

12. José Manuel “Pepe” Reina Páez (31-08-1982) SPA

13. Scott Carson (3-09-1985) ENG

Defenders

2. Stephen Warnock (12-12-1981) ENG

3. Steve Finnan (24-04-1976) IRL

4. Sami Hyypiä (7-10-1973) FIN

5. Danny O’Donnell (10-03-1986) ENG

6. John Arne Riise (24-09-1980) NOR

17. José Miguel González Rey “Josemi (15-11-1979) SPA

20. David Raven (10-03-1985) ENG

21. Djimi Traoré (1-03-1980) FRA

23. Jamie Carragher (28-01-1978) ENG

Midfielders

7. Harry Kewell (22-09-1978) AUS

8. Steven Gerrard (30-05-1980) ENG

14. Xabier “Xabi” Alonso Olano (25-11-1981) SPA

16. Dietmar Hamann (27-08-1973) GER

18. Darren Potter (21-12-1984) IRL

22. Mohamed Lamine Sissoko (22-01-1985) MLI

Forwards

9. Djibril Cissé (12-08-1981) FRA

10. Luis Javier García Sanz (24-06-1978) SPA

11. Florent Sinama-Pongolle (20-10-1984) FRA

15. Peter Crouch (30-01-1981) ENG

19. Fernando Morientes Sánchez (5-04-1976) SPA

COACH: Rafael “Rafa” Benítez Maudes (16-04-1960) SPA

Deportivo Saprissa

Al-Ittihad SC (نادي الاتحاد)

Goalkeepers

1. José Francisco Porras Hidalgo (8-11-1970) CRC

18. Fausto González Sibaja (13-09-1978) CRC

21. Keylor Antonio Navas Gamboa (15-12-1986) CRC

Defenders

3. Víctor Cordero Flores (9-11-1973) CRC

4. Ronald Alfonso González Brenes (8-08-1970) CRC

5. Jervis Drummond Johnson (8-09-1976) CRC

6. Reynaldo Parks Pérez (4-12-1974) CRC

13. Juan Bautista Esquivel Lobo (12-08-1980) CRC

16. Gabriel Badilla Segura (30-06-1984) CRC

22. José Pablo Fonseca Díaz (25-11-1973) CRC

23. Try Anthony Bennett Grant (5-08-1975) CRC

Midfielders

2. Christian Bolaños Navarro (17-05-1984) CRC

8. Walter Centeno Corea (6-10-1974) CRC

9. Pablo Andrés Brenes Quesada (4-08-1982) CRC

10. Alonso Solís Calderón (14-10-1978) CRC

14. Andrés Núñez Vargas (27-07-1976) CRC

15. Saúl Phillips Fernández (3-10-1984) CRC

17. José Luis López Ramírez (31-03-1981) CRC

19. Randall Azofeifa Corrales (30-12-1984) CRC

Forwards

7. Allan Alemán Ávila (29-07-1983) CRC

11. Ronald Gómez Gómez (24-01-1975) CRC

12. Álvaro Alberto Saborío Chacón (25-03-1982) CRC

20. Gerold George Drummond Johnson (8-09-1976) CRC

COACH: Hernán Evaristo Medford Bryan (23-05-1968) CRC

Goalkeepers

1. Mabrouk Zaid (مبروك زايد) (11-02-1979) KSA

22. Hussein al-Sadiq (حسين الصادق) (15-10-1973) KSA

23. Tisir al-Antaif (تيسير آل نتيف) (16-02-1974) KSA

Defenders

2. Ahmed Dokhi al-Dosari (أحمد الدوخي الدوسري) (25-10-76) KSA

4. Redha Tukar (رضا تكر) (29-11-1975) KSA

5. Ali al-Garni (علي القرني) (19-09-1978) KSA

6. Mesfer al-Qahtani (مسفر القحطاني) (15-01-1984) KSA

13. Osama al-Muwallad al-Harbi (أسامة المولد الحربي) (16-5-84) KSA

20. Adnan Falatah (عدنان فلاتة) (20-10-1983) KSA

21. Hamad al-Montashari (حمد المُنتشري) (22-06-1982) KSA

Midfielders

7. Mohammed Amin (محمد أمين) (29-04-1980) KSA

8. Manaf Abushgeer (مناف أبوشقير) (5-02-1980) KSA

11. Anderson Simas Luciano “Tcheco” (11-04-1976) BRA

12. Abdoh Hakami (عبده الحكمي) (14-06-1983) KSA

14. Saud Kariri (سعود كريري) (8-07-1980) KSA

17. Ibrahim al-Shahrani (ابراهيم الشهراني) (21-07-1974) KSA

18. Mohammed Noor (محمد نور) (26-02-1978) KSA

Forwards

3. Mohamed Kallon (6-10-1979) SLE

9. Hamzah Idris Falatah (حمزة إدريس فلاتة) (8-10-1972) KSA

10. Joseph-Désiré Job (1-12-1977) CAM

COACH: Anghel lordănescu (4-05-1950) ROM

Sydney FC

Al-Ahly SC (النادي الأهلي الرياضي)

Goalkeepers

1. Clint Bolton (22-08-1975) AUS

20. Justin Pasfield (30-05-1985) AUS

23. Mitchell Blowes (25-02-1981) AUS

Defenders

2. Iain Fyfe (3-04-1982) AUS

3. Alvin Ceccoli (5-08-1974) AUS

4. Mark Rudan (27-08-1975) AUS

8. Matt Bingley (16-08-1971) AUS

16. Mark Milligan (4-08-1985) AUS

17. Jacob Timpano (3-01-1986) AUS

18. Wade Oostendorp (20-04-1988) AUS

Midfielders

6. Ufuk Talay (26-03-1976) AUS

7. Robert Middleby (9-08-1975) AUS

10. Steve Corica (24-03-1973) AUS

12. David Carney (30-11-1983) AUS

13. Dustin Wells (31-05-1983) AUS

14. Andrew Packer (16-06-1980) AUS

15. Terry McFlynn (27-03-1981) NIR

Forwards

9. David Zdrilić (13-04-1974) AUS

11. Kazuyoshi Miura (三浦知良) (26-02-1967) JAP

19. Dwight Yorke (3-11-1971) TRI

21. Gianpaolo “John” Buonavoglia (19-10-1975) AUS

22. Sasho Petrovski (5-03-1975) AUS

COACH: Pierre Littbarski (16-04-1960) GER

Goalkeepers

1. Essam el-Hadary (عصام الحضرى) (15-01-1973) EGY

19. Amir Abdelhamid (أمير عبد الحميد) (24-04-1979) EGY

21. Nader el-Sayed Ibrahim (نادر السيد إبراهيم) (31-12-72) EGY

Defenders

2. Islam el-Shater (اسلام الشاطر) (16-11-1976) EGY

3. Mohammed Abdelwahab (محمد عبد الوهاب) (1-10-1983) EGY

4. Emad el-Nahas (عماد النحاس) (15-02-1976) EGY

5. Ahmed el-Sayed (أحمد السيد) (30-10-1980) EGY

6. Wael Gomaa (وائل جمعة) (3-08-1975) EGY

7. Shadi Mohammed (شادي محمد) (29-11-1977) EGY

15. Ahmed Abou Moslem (أحمد أبو مسلم) (25-07-1981) EGY

16. Rami Adel (رامي عادل) (18-08-1979) EGY

Midfielders

8. Mohammed Barakat (محمد بركات) (7-09-1976) EGY

10. Wael Riadh (وائل رياض) (2-08-1982) EGY

11. Ahmed Hassan (أحمد حسن) (12-04-1979) EGY

12. Gilberto dos Santos (21-09-1982) BRA

13. Hossam Ashour (حسام عاشور) (9-03-1986) EGY

14. Hassan Mostafa (حسن مصطفى) (20-11-1979) EGY

20. Hadi Khashaba (هادي خشبة) (19-12-1972) EGY

22. Mohammed Aboutrika (محمد أبوتريكة) (7-11-1978) EGY

Forwards

9. Emad Moteab (عماد متعب) (20-02-1983) EGY

17. Mohammed Shawqi (محمد شوقي) (5-10-1981) EGY

18. Osama Hosni (أسامة حسني) (18-06-1982) EGY

23. Flávio da Silva Amado (30-12-1979) ANG

COACH: Manuel José de Jesus Silva (9-04-1946) POR

 

 

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