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  • 24/03/18 Mauritania v Guinea. Reports say that Guinea substituted everyone except Kaba in the second half but the only info that I have is that Moussa Traoré came on for Yattara, and also that Lass Bangoura was used. 27/03/18 Namibia v Lesotho Extra Namibia sub Enzo Mungendje, but don't know who he came on for. Missing match 25/03/18 Congo 2 Guinea-Bissau 0 Stade Aimé Bergeal, Nantes-la-Ville CONGO Christoffer MAFOUMBI, Marvin BAUDRY, Fernand MAYEMBO (Baron KIBAMBA 46), Tobias BADILA, Dimtri BISSIKI, Dzon DELARGE (Merveil NDOCKYT 71), Delvin NDINGA (Jordan MASSENGO 73), Prince ONIANGUE, Kevin KOUBEMBA, Thievy BIFOUMA (Simon PAMBOU 88), Dylan BAHAMBOULA (Prestige MBOUNGOU 46) Goals: Oniangue 36, Bifouma 56 GUINEA-BISSAU JONAS Details of the G-B side lacking.
  • Iraq vs North Korea 26/3/2011 1 Ri Myong-Guk 2 Jang Kuk-Chol * Sent off for second booking on 62 mins 20 Ri Kwang-Hyok 3 Jang Song-Hyok 4 Pak Nam-Chol [c] 6 Pak Song-Chol 14 Pak Nam-Chol 12 Jon Kwang-Ik 8 Kang Kuk-Chol 16 Choe Kum-Chol 9 Jong Il-Gwan subs 7 An Byong-Jun for No.4 29 Pak Song-Chol for No.16 35 Kim Song-Gi for for No.8
  • Uganda vs Iraq 24/1/1977 Uganda 1-1 Iraq at the National Stadium, Kampala. 62 ??; Falah Hassan 13 IRAQ: Raad Hammoudi; Ibrahim Ali, Mohammed Tabra, Douglas Aziz, Adil Khudhair; Dhargham Al-Haidari, Jamal Ali, Husham Mustafa (Sabah Abdul-Jalil; Latif Labib); Ahmed Subhi, Falah Hassan, Ali Kadhim. COACH: Lenko Grcic (Yugoslavia)
  • Yesterday's Independence Day game in Zimbabwe 18/04/18 Zimbabwe 0 Botswana 1 National, Harare ZIMBABWE Bernard DONOVAN, Peter MUDUHWA, Stephen MAKATUKA (Kevin MOYO 66), Jimmy DZINGAI (Praise TONHA 46), Edwin MADHANHANGA, Winston MHANGO (Richard HACHIRO 47), Liberty CHAKOROMA, Leeroy MAVHUNGA, Raphael MANUVIRE (Ian NYONI 59), Terrence DZVUKAMANJA, Clive AUGUSTO BOTSWANA Goitseone PHOKO, Tapiwa GADIBOLAE, Lesenya RAMORAKA, Tshepo MAIKANO, Lesego KEREDILWE, Alphonse MODISAOTSILE, Kabelo SEAKANYENG, Gape MOHUTSIWA (Gift MOYO 77), Thatayaone KGAMANYANE (Keeagile KGOSIPULA 58), Kobamelo KEBAIKANYE (Thero SETSILE 73), Jerome RAMATLHAKWANE (Onkabetse MAKGANTAI 58) Goal: Kebaikanye 21
  • Independence day celebrations in Swaziland. I suppose we'll have to change the country name if the new constitution comes out, as the king has declared that it should now be called eSwatini. Unusual in that it starts with a lower case letter! I'm sure Namibia used extra subs but I can't find any report of who they were. 19/04/18 Swaziland 1 Namibia 0 Mavuso Sports Centre, Manzini Thulani SIBANDZE (Swaziland) SWAZILAND Sandanzwe MATHABELA, Linda MKHONTA, Sanele MKHWELI, Baneli DLAMINI, Siboniso MAMBA, Mandla PALMA, Zweli NXUMALO (Menzi SIMELANE), Tony TSABEDZE (Melusi MKHWANAZI), Felix BADENHORST (Bonginkhosi DLAMINI), Musa DLAMINI (Wonder NHLEKO), Phiwayinkosi DLAMINI (Barry STEENKAMP) Goal: Bo. Dlamini 90+3 Red Card: Mkhonta NAMIBIA Edward MAOVA, Charles HAMBIRA, Ferdinand KARONGEE, Riaan HANAMUB, Tjinotjiua Tijuana TJATINDI, Ronald KATJIJERE, Petrus SHITEMBI, Ikuaterua HOVEKA, Marcel PAPAMA, Itamunua KEIMUINE, Mapenzi MUWANEI (Kleopas USEB) Sub: Gustav ISAAK
  • [quote='bakerrp','http://www.national-teams.com/forum/index.php?thread/&postID=49649#post49649'] ... I suppose we'll have to change the country name if the new constitution comes out, as the king has declared that it should now be called eSwatini. Unusual in that it starts with a lower case letter! ... [/quote] Not necessarily. The english "Swaziland" was the official name adopted into their local language (Swazi). Now, "they" (or to be more concrete the king) changed the official name to eSwatini, which fits to the Swazi language. But in the english language Swaziland stays Swaziland, and btw in german it is "Swasiland", with a slightly different spelling. The thing behind is that countries have different names in different languages, another example would be "Côte d'Ivoire", using officially the french version for their country name, but in english it remains "Ivory Coast", just like we have it here on national-football-teams. If this site would be run in Swazi language, I would agree that we have to change the name to "eSwatini", but as this site is driven in english I see no need to change the name. @bakerrp Just my point of view to the name's topic. Your work on the match report is great, like always.
  • On the other hand it would be consistent with it's neighbours. eSwatini means the land of the people who speak Swati. The country takes its name from King Mswati II, so I would say that their spelling is more accurate than either the English or the German versions. Botswana translates as the same but with Setswana as the language and Lesotho as the land of the Sesotho speakers. It's a lot easier to call yourself that in a country that has one official indigenous language - South Africa would be a nightmare! Also, of course, Part of the Setswana speaking area was incorporated into South Africa in 1895 when British Bechuanaland was incorporated with the Cape Colony. The remaining half, the Bechuanaland Protectorate is what is now Botswana.
  • [b]John Mahoney[/b] Fullname is [i]John Francis Mahoney[/i] Height: 1.73m *1967; played for Cleveland Stokers. Made 12 appearances for the club that year. [b]John Borodiak[/b] Date of Birth: 22 April 1940, not 30 November 1939 Height: 1.73 [b]John Best[/b] Height: 1.83 *1974; made 0 appearance for Seattle Sounders. [b]Dietrich Albrecht[/b] *1979; made 0 appearances for Baltimore Bays. [b]Tony Lecce[/b] Height: 1.75m
  • [b]Luis Bradley[/b] Guatemala - D.o.D. 2018-04-21[url=http://www.prensalibre.com/deportes/futbol-nacional/Chicho-bradley-fallece-Luis-bradley-jugador-comunicaciones-seleccion-nacional][1][/url] [b]Gérard De Sanghere[/b] Belgium - D.o.D. 2018-04-17 [url=https://www.rtbf.be/sport/football/detail_gerard-desanghere-ex-diables-ancien-mauve-et-champion-avec-le-rwdm-est-decede-a-70-ans?id=9897597][2][/url]
  • Some missing Jordan lineups from 2002 Kenya 17/08/02 Amer Shafi, Haitham Simreen, Mohamed Zuher, Haitham Aqel, Mohamed Jarrar (Ashraf Shattat), Khaled Saad, Abdullah Abu Zema (Amer Deeb), Faisal Ibrahim (Moayad Abu Keshek), Anas al Zboun (Khaled Nemer), Haitham al Shboul (Ahmed Ghazi) (Abdulhadi al Maharmeh), Mahmoud Shelbaieh Goal: al Shboul 14 (other reports give scorer as Shelbaieh) Sudan 19/08/02 Lo'ai Al Amaireh, Haitham Semrin (Muhammed Mahadeen), Bashar Bani Yassin, Khaled Saad, Ashraf Shattat (Mustafa Shehada), Faisal Ibrahim (Moayad Abu Keshek), Haitham al Shboul (Muayed Salim), Abdullah Abu Zema (Mohamed Jarrar), Anas al Zboun (Amer Deeb), Mahmoud Shelbaieh. One player missing. Palestine 16/12/02 Amer Shafi, Khaled Saad, Bashar Bani Yassin, Faisal Ibrahim, Salman Helsa (Rafat Ali), Hassouneh al Sheikh, Muayed Salim, Haitham al Shboul (Amer Deeb), Abdullah Abu Zema, Haitham Aqel, Anas al Zboun Goal: Aqel Morocco Olympic 18/12/02 Amer Shafi, Khaled Saad, Bashar Bani Yassin, Haitham Aqel, Faisal Ibrahim, Haitham al Shboul, Salman Helsa (Rafat Ali), Hassouneh al Sheikh, Muayed Salim, (Amer Deeb), Abdullah Abu Zema, Anas al Zboun
  • Correction to Jordan Morocco line-up, I pushed the wrong button! Amer Shafi, Khaled Saad, Bashar Bani Yassin, Haitham Aqel, Faisal Ibrahim, Haitham al Shboul, Amer Deeb, Anas al Zboun (Samaan Halsa 78), Abdullah Abu Zema, Hassouneh al Sheikh, Mouayed Salim Goal: Abu Zema 64 pen Aqel's goal against Palestine was scored in the 11th minute.
  • Bahrain additions 2002 v Albania 10/1/02 Abdulrahman Abdulkarim (Abdulaziz Bouhjiah), Abdulla al Marzooqi (Abdulaziz Saleh), Arif Abdulrzak, Ghazi al Kuwari, Khaled al Dossary (Hadi Ali), Adel Abbas (Faisal Abdulaziz), Mohamed Salman (Mohamed Salmeen), Ibrahim al Mishkas, Rashid Jamal, Khaled Eid Rafia, Hussein Ali Ahmed Goals: Jamal 43, Salmeen 63, 72 v Qatar 17/01/02 Subs: Rashid Jamal for Yusuf, Ibrahim al Mishkas for R. al Dossary, Yusuf al Saadi for al Kuwari Extra match 14/9/02 v Thailand at Rajamangala, Bangkok
  • [b]MASL (5. League) 2017/18 table[/b] 1. Monterrey Flash *Lucas Ayala - 11 appearances and 2 goals. *Humberto Suazo - 1 appearance and 0 goals. 2. San Diego Sockers Indoor 3. Milwaukee Wave 4. Baltimore Blast (Champions) 5. Soles de Sonora [i](Mexico)[/i] 6. Syracuse Silver Knights *Kenardo Forbes - 20 appearances and 18 goals. 7. Cedar Rapids Rampage 8. Tacoma Stars 9. El Paso Coyotes 10. Ontario Fury [i](USA)[/i] 11. Florida Tropics SC *Robbie Aristodemo - 6 appearances and 0 goals. *Gerritson Craane - 5 appearances and 0 goals. 12. Kansas City Comets 13. Harrisburg Heat 14. St. Louis Ambush 15. Turlock Express 16. Rio Grande Valley Barracudas *Matías Vuoso - 3 appearances and 1 goal. [b]MASL (5. League) 2018/19 teams[/b] Baltimore Blast Dallas Sidekicks El Paso Coyotes Florida Tropics SC Harrisburg Heat Kansas City Comets Milwaukee Wave Mississauga MetroStars [i](Canada)[/i] *add Adrian Cann *add Dwayne De Rosario Monterrey Flash Ontario Fury Orlando SeaWolves Rio Grande Valley Barracudas San Diego Sockers Indoor St. Louis Ambush Tacoma Stars *add Mike Ramos Turlock Express Utica City FC [i](USA)[/i] *add Kenardo Forbes remove Syracuse Silver Knights from the list.