Intercontinental Cup 1971

 

 

[Note: The runner-up of the 1971 European Champions Cup, Panathinaïkós AO, replaced the winner (AFC Ajax) in the final of Intercontinental Cup because the Dutch team refused to travel to Uruguay for the second leg against the South American champion Nacional of Montevideo (unofficially, the reason for this withdrawal was the fear of injuries in Ajax players, after the recent episodes of violence in Intercontinental Cup finals).]


FIRST LEG

STADIUM: Karaïskáki (Peiraiás, Athína)

DATE: 15-12-1971 (xxx h)

ATTENDANCE: 45.000

REFEREE: José Favilli Neto (BRA)

GOALS: 1-0 (Fylakouris 48'); 1-1 (Artime 52')

BOOKED: xxx

[Incidents: Morales was sent off (min. 60) after a tough tackling on Tomaras, whose right leg’s shinbone was horribly fractured. As a compensation for this sad incident, the coach and players of Nacional offered to pay for the hospital expenses of the Greek player. Earlier in the game, Kouvas also suffered a hard tackling and had to be substituted with an ankle injury. After the match, there were rumours that Panathinaïkós, infuriated by the Uruguayan toughness, had contacted UEFA to request the cancellation of the second leg in Montevideo.]

Panathinaïkós AO - Club Nacional de Football
Greece 1 - 1 Uruguay

Panathinaïkós AO (coach: Ferenc Puskás)

Takis Ikonomopoulos

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Giannis Tomaras (Georgios Vlachos 61')

Kostas Athanasopoulos

Kostas Eleftherakis

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Anthimos Kapsis

Fragiskos Sourpis

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Totis Fylakouris

Takis Dimitriou

Antonis Antoniadis

Mimis Domazos (c)

Sakis Kouvas (Georgios Deligiannis 20’)

Club Nacional (coach: Washington Etchamendi)

Aílton Corrêa “Manga”

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Ángel Brunell

Juan Carlos Masnik

Luis Ubiña

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Julio Montero Castillo

Juan Carlos Blanco

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Luis Cubilla

Ildo Maneiro

Luis Artime

Víctor Espárrago (c) (Juan José Duarte xx’)

Julio César Morales

 

 

SECOND LEG

STADIUM: Estadio del Centenario (Montevideo)

DATE: 28-12-1971 (21:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 70.000

REFEREE: Alastair Mackenzie (SCO)

GOALS: 1-0 (Artime 34'); 2-0 (Artime 75'); 2-1 (Fylakouris 90')

BOOKED: xxx

[Incidents: Although this game at Centenary Stadium set a new attendance record for Nacional, all the ticket-sale income was seized by state-owned Banca Comercial to cover for the unpaid debts of the Montevideo club.]

Club Nacional de Football - Panathinaïkós AO
Uruguay 2 - 1 Greece

Club Nacional (coach: Washington Etchamendi)

Aílton Corrêa “Manga”

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Luis Ubiña

Ángel Brunell

Juan Carlos Masnik

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Juan Carlos Blanco

Julio Montero Castillo

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Ildo Maneiro

Víctor Espárrago (c)

Luis Cubilla (Juan Mujica 80’)

Luis Artime

Juan Carlos Mamelli (Rubén Bareño 71’)

Panathinaïkós AO (coach: Ferenc Puskás)

Takis Ikonomopoulos

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Viktor Mitropoulos

Kostas Athanasopoulos

Anthimos Kapsis

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Fragiskos Sourpis

Kostas Eleftherakis

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Takis Dimitriou

Mimis Domazos (c)

Sakis Kouvas

Antonis Antoniadis

Aristidis Kamaras (Totis Fylakouris 43’)

 

 

ROSTERS (FINALISTS)

Club Nacional de Football

Panathinaïkós AO (Παναθηναϊκός ΑΟ)

Goalkeepers

Aílton Corrêa Arruda “Manga” (26-04-1937) BRA

Héctor Santos (29-10-1944) URU

Defenders

Ángel Brunell (2-02-1945) URU

Juan Carlos Masnik (2-03-1943) URU

Luis Ignacio Ubiña Olivera (7-06-1940) URU

Juan Carlos Blanco Peñalva (25-05-1946) URU

Atilio Genaro Ancheta Weigel (19-07-1948) URU

Juan Martín Mujica (22-12-1944) URU

Midfielders

Julio Walter Montero Castillo (25-04-1944) URU

Ildo Enrique Maneiro Ghezzi (4-08-1947) URU

Víctor Rodolfo Espárrago Videla (6-10-1944) URU

Juan José Duarte Lasarte (10-04-1949) URU

Ignacio Prieto Urrejola (23-09-1943) CHI

Forwards

Luis Alberto Cubilla Almeida (28-03-1940) URU

Luis Artime (2-12-1938) ARG

Julio César Morales (16-02-1945) URU

Juan Carlos Mamelli (5-03-1948) ARG

Rubén Laudelino Bareño (23-01-1944) URU

Walter Daniel Mantegazza (17-06-1952) URU

Washington Roberto Calcaterra (xxx) URU

“Tono” Abad (xxx) URU

COACH: Washington Etchamendi (2-03-1919) URU

Goalkeepers

Takis Ikonomopoulos (Τάκης Οικονομόπουλος) (19-10-1943) GRE

Vasilis Konstantinou (Bασίλης Kωνσταντίνου) (4-06-1947) GRE

Defenders

Giannis Tomaras (Γιάννης Τομαράς) (16-03-1947) GRE

Anthimos Kapsis (Άνθιμος Καψής) (3-09-1950) GRE

Fragiskos Sourpis (Φραγκίσκος Σούρπης) (4-03-1942) GRE

Georgios Vlachos (Γιώργος Βλάχος) (13-11-1948) GRE

Takis Dimitriou (Tάκης Δημητρίου) (20-01-1948) GRE

Kostas Athanasopoulos (Kώστας Aθανασόπουλος) (8-07-1947) GRE

Nikos Karamanlis (Νίκος Καραμανλής) (xx-xx-1952) GRE

Viktor Mitropoulos (Βίκτωρ Μητρόπουλος) (xx-xx-1946) GRE

Midfielders

Aristidis Kamaras (Αριστείδης Καμάρας) (2-03-1939) GRE

Kostas Eleftherakis (Κώστας Ελευθεράκης) (18-07-1950) GRE

Mimis Domazos (Μίμης Δομάζος) (22-01-1942) GRE

Georgios Gonios (Γιώργος Γονιός) (22-12-1945) GRE

Georgios Deligiannis (Γιώργος Δεληγιάννης) (26-09-1948) GRE

Georgios Rokidis (Γιώργος Pοκίδης) (xx-xx-1945) GRE

Forwards

Antonis Antoniadis (Αντώνης Αντωνιάδης) (25-03-1946) GRE

Charis Grammos (Xάρης Γραμμός) (10-12-1948) GRE

Totis Fylakouris (Tότης Φυλακούρης) (1-03-1947) GRE

Sakis Kouvas (Σάκης Κουβάς) (xx-xx-1946) GRE

Takis Papadimitriou (Tάκης Παπαδημητρίου) (xx-xx-1949) GRE

Dimitris Kalligeris (Δημήτρης Kαλλιγέρης) (xx-xx-1951) GRE

COACH: Ferenc Puskás (2-04-1927) HUN

 

 

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