Posts by soccerscout

    Antigua vs. St. Lucia (WCQ 2015) John Perry Joseph started, Jamil Joseph came on, Melanius Mullarkey was the third substitute http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/matches/round=274831/match=300310118/report.html http://national-football-teams.com/matches/report/13152/Antigua_And_Barbuda_Saint_Lucia.html http://national-football-teams.com/player/59204/Melanius_Mullarkey.html
    It was Adolfo Machado, not Abdiel Macea who played in the WCQ game between Panama and Costa Rica. Christian Bolaños came on as a substitute for Costa Rica. http://national-football-teams.com/matches/report/14246/Panama_Costa_Rica.html http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/matches/round=2000062536/match=300334122/report.html
    In the 2012 Caribbean Cup game between Jamaica and Cuba you have Damion Stewart in the starting line-up, but Tremaine Stewart being replaced. If I'm not wrong, it should be Tremaine instead of Damion in the starting line-up (Damion not playing at all). http://national-football-teams.com/matches/report/4564/Jamaica_Cuba.html
    Bermuda vs. Canada on Sunday featured 16-year-old Keishon Bean, not Keishen Bean (easy to overlook the difference) http://national-football-teams.com/matches/report/16323/Bermuda_Canada.html http://www.royalgazette.com/soccer/article/20170123/bermuda-moving-in-right-direction Edit: In the game between Costa Rica and Venezuela, it was the striker Ariel Rodríguez (same name as the midfielder) from Bangkok Glass who came on the field and scored (first and until now only national team game for him. The striker is called Ariel Francisco Rodríguez Araya, while the midfielder is Eithel Ariel Rodríguez Araya (playing history seems to be correct). http://national-football-teams.com/matches/report/15370/Costa_Rica_Venezuela.html
    In the game between St. Kitts & Nevis and Puerto Rico Gabriel González and Juan Vélez played instead of Andrés Pérez and Noah Delgado (both on the bench): http://national-football-teams.com/matches/report/4090/Saint_Kitts_Nevis_Puerto_Rico.html http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/matches/round=258361/match=300172496/report.html http://national-football-teams.com/player/57257/Juan_Velez.html Gabriel González doesn't have a profile yet
    In the game Martinique vs. Panama José Murillo from Plaza Amador started. Hécgar Murillo (Panama always writes him as Hécgar and not Héctor) came in - here Hécgar Murillo is put in starting line-up and as substitute. http://national-football-teams.com/matches/report/15225/Martinique_Panama.html http://national-football-teams.com/player/56637/Hector_Murillo.html
    Julio Sánchez plays for Alianza in his home country Panama, not the salvadoran club: http://national-football-teams.com/player/47631/Julio_Sanchez.html http://national-football-teams.com/club/1828/2016_1/Alianza_Fc_Panama.html He was born on 5 february (not 9) and he's 1,67m https://twitter.com/alianzafc/status/817599042326773760
    [quote='SiebenW'][quote='soccerscout']... In this game you have Carl Joseph as keeper, but Javid Joseph receiving a yellow card - could it be that in fact Javid Joseph played (or both are the same person)? http://national-football-teams.com/matches/report/2106/Antigua_And_Barbuda_Dominican_Republic.html http://national-football-teams.com/player/17876/Carl_Joseph.html http://national-football-teams.com/player/18148/Javid_Joseph.html[/quote] No, they are two persons. They look quite different and played for different clubs these days back in the game you mentioned. Carl Joseph is also older (born 6th february 1980). As we can see on the team pic Carl Joseph was the keeper in the starting line-up. So, it could only be that Javid Joseph received the yellow card being the reserve keeper on the bench.[/quote] But is there a possibility that the yellow card is wrong and in fact Carl Joseph received it?
    Edwin Villatoro played from 2013-2016 for Deportivo Nueva Concepción (2nd league Guatemala), this season for CSD Sacachispas (2nd league Guatemala) and will now be back at Deportivo Nueva Concepción http://national-football-teams.com/player/11721/Edwin_Villatoro.html http://www.tecojate.com/index.php/deportes/350-el-venado-villatoro-nuevo-refuerzo-concepcionense http://www.guatefutbol.com/noticias/primera-division/9799-hamilton-jugara-con-la-nueva-concepcion Hamilton López also moved to Deportivo Nueva Concepción (see link above) http://national-football-teams.com/player/61330/Hamilton_Lopez.html Edit: In this game you have Carl Joseph as keeper, but Javid Joseph receiving a yellow card - could it be that in fact Javid Joseph played (or both are the same person)? http://national-football-teams.com/matches/report/2106/Antigua_And_Barbuda_Dominican_Republic.html http://national-football-teams.com/player/17876/Carl_Joseph.html http://national-football-teams.com/player/18148/Javid_Joseph.html
    [quote='Benjamin'][quote='soccerscout']Mexico played a friendly vs. Venezuela on June 11, 2011 (0:3), which is still missing. http://www.the-sports.org/football-soccer-mexico-results-identity-equ824.html French Guiana (Ligue de Football de la Guyane) was founded in 1962, no FIFA entry, but confederation is CONCACAF Guadeloupe (Ligue Guadeloupéenne de Football): 1958, no FIFA entry, confederation: CONCACAF Martinique (Ligue de Football de la Martinique): 1953, no FIFA entry, confederation: CONCACAF Sint Maarten: 1986, no FIFA entry, confederation: CONCACAF Saint-Martin: 1986, no FIFA entry, confederation: CONCACAF Bonaire (Federashon Futbòl Bonairiano): according to wikipedia already founded in 1960, no FIFA entry, confederation: CONCACAF[/quote] I think that mexican squad was a youth team.[/quote] More or less - it was the team that prepared for the Copa América 2011, which they had to play with a U22 - I would personally put it under non-FIFA-friendlies.
    Mexico played a friendly vs. Venezuela on June 11, 2011 (0:3), which is still missing. http://www.the-sports.org/football-soccer-mexico-results-identity-equ824.html French Guiana (Ligue de Football de la Guyane) was founded in 1962, no FIFA entry, but confederation is CONCACAF Guadeloupe (Ligue Guadeloupéenne de Football): 1958, no FIFA entry, confederation: CONCACAF Martinique (Ligue de Football de la Martinique): 1953, no FIFA entry, confederation: CONCACAF Sint Maarten: 1986, no FIFA entry, confederation: CONCACAF Saint-Martin: 1986, no FIFA entry, confederation: CONCACAF Bonaire (Federashon Futbòl Bonairiano): according to wikipedia already founded in 1960, no FIFA entry, confederation: CONCACAF