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Post by PAULOM37 » Thu Feb 02, 2012 8:52 pm

abcdef wrote:There was a friendly between Angola and Zambia on December 19, 2011

Result: Angola 1 - Zambia 0

Zambia Line up: Kalililo Kakonje – Jimmy Chisenga (Nyambe Mulenga, 82′), Francis Kasonde (Hichani Himonde, 68′), Stopilla Sunzu, Chisamba Lungu – Chris Katongo, Nathan Sinkala, Joseph Sitali (Bruce Musakanya, 77′), Rainford Kalaba – James Chamanga (Felix Katongo, 45′), Evans Kangwa (Given Singuluma, 45′).

It looks like this game is missing, unfortunately I haven't found the Angola line-up


http://www.zambianfootball.net/2011/12/ ... by-angola/
http://www.portalangop.co.ao/motix/en_u ... 201d1.html
http://www.footballdatabase.eu/football ... 79.fr.html

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Post by boca » Wed Feb 08, 2012 11:46 pm

Here we go:

Christobal Gilharry - 5"9, born in Corozal, Belize

Jason Ebanks - 1988-12-19, 5'10. George Town, Grand Cayman

Andrew Mwesigwa - born in Kamuli, Uganda

Rensy Barradas - 21 10 1990, 172 cm, Willemstad, Curacao. He actually scored 1 goal against St Lucia away, World Cup qual. (2-4)

Outhman Khatir - 27/06/1991. N'Djamena (Chad). 1,73 m, 73 kg.

Murun Altankhuyaga - Ulaanabaatar, Mongolia, 171 cm

Reyn Johnson - 5'9. born in Tamuning, Guam. Nov 1, 1990

Benjamin Cupid - 180 cm, George Town, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

Ismael Alassane - born in Niamey, Niger

Maigue, Abbas - born in N'Djamena (Chad)

Abebaw Butako - 2 March 1983 (his Facebook page says so)

Augustin, Abou Bakar - 28 September 1983

Girma, Adane - dOb 1985-06-25

Adonijah Richardson - Born in West End Village, Anguilla

Vanderpool, Alex - He is actually Aleks Vanderpool-Wallace. Born in Nassau, Bahamas, on 11 May 1988

McFarlane, Andre - born in George Town, Cayman Islands

Nigussie, Andualem - actual birth date is 1986-05-16 not 1985-06-15

Andy Sophie - born in Terre Rouge, Mauritius

Jesus Paesch - born in Oranjestad, Aruba, 1.75 m

Modeste, Anthony Benedict - born in Saint George's, Grenada

Sealy, Anton - it is actually Sealey. Born in Nassau, Bahamas

Ernesto Jiménez - 188 cm

Lloyd, Miguel - 180 cm

Springer, Bentley - 182 cm

Julien, Marcus - 180 cm

McKinnon, Kayode - 179 cm

Newton, Jake - 177 cm

Newton, Howard - 172 cm

Hayde, Richard - 187 cm

Bishop, Cory - 193 cm

Augustus, Ayinde - 185 cm

I also had some information, because I make patch All national teams in the world for Pro evolution soccer game.

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Post by Benjamin » Fri Feb 10, 2012 6:06 pm

PAULOM37 wrote:
ole wrote:
PAULOM37 wrote:
I think you mistake with this game http://www.footballdatabase.eu/football ... 90.fr.html , be careful two matchs Nigeria-Argentina in 2011
No, I'm not mistaken these matches. I'm talking exactly about this match: http://www.soccerway.com/matches/2011/0 ... a/1111530/

And I'm pretty sure that in database is the same wrong lineup as on soccerway.
Ok, so we talk about this game :

http://www.footballdatabase.eu/football ... 33.fr.html
Okay, I have to say that I am thoroughly confused. I'll have to look at this later, too much work right now.
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Post by Benjamin » Fri Feb 10, 2012 6:08 pm

abcdef wrote:There was a friendly between Angola and Zambia on December 19, 2011

Result: Angola 1 - Zambia 0

Zambia Line up: Kalililo Kakonje – Jimmy Chisenga (Nyambe Mulenga, 82′), Francis Kasonde (Hichani Himonde, 68′), Stopilla Sunzu, Chisamba Lungu – Chris Katongo, Nathan Sinkala, Joseph Sitali (Bruce Musakanya, 77′), Rainford Kalaba – James Chamanga (Felix Katongo, 45′), Evans Kangwa (Given Singuluma, 45′).

It looks like this game is missing, unfortunately I haven't found the Angola line-up



http://www.zambianfootball.net/2011/12/ ... by-angola/
http://www.portalangop.co.ao/motix/en_u ... 201d1.html
We have not included it, as Angola made 10 ore more substituations, and so that game should not count. That is becoming quite a huge problem nowadays.
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Post by boca » Sat Feb 11, 2012 1:01 am

Johan Ernesto Sanchez - 5'9 and born in Jarabacoa, Dom. Rep.

Bergen, Jean-Luc - height 1.75, birthplace: Oranjestad, Aruba

Mark Chargualaf - Born in Tamuning, Guam, 5'8 is his height

Brett Maluwelmeng - born in Sioux City, Iowa, USA. 6'3" (190cm)

Gaspar, Josip - born in Sinj, Croatia

Kasalo, Vlado - born in Osijek, Croatia

Drazic, Darko - born in Novi Travnik, Bosnia and herzegovina

Ian Mariano - Tamuning, Guam. 5'10"

Elias Merfalen - Tamuning, Guam 5'9"

Jude Brendan Bischoff - Tamuning, Guam. 6'2"

Allan Boere - 18/01/1990 height: 1.75m

Chris Mendiola - Tamuning, Guam 6'1

Umod Ukuri - Gambella, 178 cm

Dorji, Chimi - 22/12/1993, height 5.10. Born in Gelephu, Bhutan

Ebanks, Derrin - 6'1 height, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

Djimrangar, Leger - height 183 cm

Williams, Junior - 5'11 St. George, Grenada

Kerim, Yaya - 182 cm

Ninga, Rodrigue - season 2011/2012 club Renaissance FC N'Djamena

Good, Dusty - Played in Positive Vibes in St Thomas '08, '09, '10, then in Ratorp in Sweden in '11, he now plays in Sweden, FBK from this season 2011/2012. Height 5' 11", weight 170 lbs. Born in Cotati, California

Chimango Kayira - Height 1.65, weight 70kg. Date of birth 28 September 1993. Born in Mangochi District. Position: Attacking Midfielder

Chetiram, Raymond - His surname is actually Chetram, not Chetiram. Born on 7 April 1992 in Charlotte Amalie, UVI. Height 6'0

Dan Kowa, Koffi - born in Niamey, 185 cm

Bonkano, Djibrilla Moussa - 185 cm, born in Niamey

Idrissa Laouali - Actual height is 185, born in Maradi, Niger, source: http://afridevprofoot.jimdo.com/milieu- ... i-idrissa/

Mallam, Hamissou - 03 February 1987, born in Agadez. position: midfield. Height 191 cm. In 2007/2008 played for AS Police

Niamey, Member of AS FAN in seasons 2009/2010 and 2010/2011, in current season plays for Union Sportive de la Gendarmerie

Nationale - USGN. Don't know for season 08/09, probably played in Police.

Alhassane Issoufou - In season 2002-03 for club JS Ténéré Niamey he collected 26 caps and 12 goals.

Garba, Issoufou Boubacar - born in Niger. Career: 2004/2005 Zumunta, 8 goals, 05/06 Zumunta, 2006/07 Africa Football Club a Dakar (Senegal), 2007/08 ASFAN, 2008/09 Rail Club de Kadiogo (RCK) (Burkina Faso), 09/10 Muangthong United (Thailand)

Garba, Moustapha - It's probably this player: Moustapha Mahamadou Garba. Born on 20 March 1991 in Niamey, position striker, 184 cm

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Post by s2pid » Sun Feb 12, 2012 3:54 pm

Sierra Leone - 2011... Mohamed Kallon is listed with one goal. I'm guessing that's for the friendly against Nigeria. It was in fact Mohamed Kabia who scored not Mohamed Kallon.

For Sunil Chhetri of India. He is listed with 14 goals in 2011. He only scored 13 that year, but also scored against Qatar on 17.7 (non-FIFA, should be deleted). Unless he scored an extra goal somewhere which I might not be aware of??

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Post by PAULOM37 » Mon Feb 13, 2012 4:32 pm

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Post by boca » Mon Feb 13, 2012 5:50 pm

ole wrote:In a match against Poland from 15 December 2007 played Olympic Bosnia team not A side: http://www.nfsbih.net/arhiva.aspx?id=N1048 http://www.nfsbih.net/arhiva.aspx?id=N1056

Bosnian Federatiin doesn't count this match to the A team record: http://www.nfsbih.net/Rezult.aspx?id=2007#GG

The same situation was in a recent match from 2011. I see thay you added only Poland squad from this match, so I suggest you to do the same for game from 2007, remove Bosnia squad but keep Poland as Polish FA counts this match as official.
Absolutely. The media in B&H reffered to the team that played in 2011 against Poland as an Olympic-Medditeranean team (u-23). The coach is also different then the coach of "A" selection so there is no way that we can count these caps to B&H players.

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Post by s2pid » Mon Feb 13, 2012 9:18 pm

It seems Iraq's Younis Mahmoud is missing 2 goals for 2011... he's only listed with 4 but should have 6 for that year.

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Post by Benjamin » Sat Feb 18, 2012 7:57 pm

boca wrote:
Garba, Issoufou Boubacar - born in Niger. Career: 2004/2005 Zumunta, 8 goals, 05/06 Zumunta, 2006/07 Africa Football Club a Dakar (Senegal), 2007/08 ASFAN, 2008/09 Rail Club de Kadiogo (RCK) (Burkina Faso), 09/10 Muangthong United (Thailand)
One problem - I can't find an Africa Football Club in Senegal.
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Post by Benjamin » Sat Feb 18, 2012 8:05 pm

PAULOM37 wrote:
And 2005-2006 Gil Vicente --> Division 1 not Division 2.
We haven't really done league histories for most clubs, and will really start working on that issue after the next site update. Which should happen this year.
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Post by s2pid » Mon Feb 20, 2012 10:17 pm

s2pid wrote:For Sunil Chhetri of India. He is listed with 14 goals in 2011. He only scored 13 that year, but also scored against Qatar on 17.7 (non-FIFA, should be deleted). Unless he scored an extra goal somewhere which I might not be aware of??
So to answer my own question, the India-Qatar match has been entered. Will it remain despite it not being a full FIFA match?

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Post by PAULOM37 » Wed Feb 22, 2012 3:28 pm

For Salomon Kalou ( http://www.national-football-teams.com/ ... p?id=15842 )

He goals 16 with Ivory Coast not 17 for 48 matchs not 47, I think the mistake is in 2007 he goals 3 et not 4.

--> http://www.footballdatabase.eu/listemat ... n=0&type=0

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Post by s2pid » Sat Feb 25, 2012 9:35 pm

Macedonia - 2004

Goran Pandev should only have 4 goals. His extra goal should be credited to Aleksandar Vasoski, scoring in a World Cup qualifier.

http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/archive/ge ... eport.html

Jordan - 2010

Abdallah Deeb should only have 3 goals. His extra goal should be credited to Amer Deeb. They scored a goal each in the 4-1 win over Iraq on 16.9 (from what I've found).

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