viernes, 3 de diciembre de 2010

1967: COIN, AND OUT

It was the Tournament of contrasts and unusual definitions. The Delegate of Colombia, Dr. Manuel López de Mesa, thanks in advance to the Paraguayan population, behavior and affection shown to his team convinced that he had been removed without playing the final game of the qualifying round. Argentina won the championship a "heads and tails" against Colombia and Paraguay, respectively.

COLOMBIA: UNPREDICTABLE

Colombians in vibrant game tied 1-1 with Argentina, not any Argentina: Goalkeeper "Perico" Doe, "Quique" Wolf, Dominichi, Garcia Cambon, Jose Gomez and Miguel Angel Converti, but lost 3-1 to Venezuela and when all believe it dropped in the final group match against the local archifavorito, we won 3-1. The surprise of the tournament.

A GAME OVER, ONE LESS MONEY





Colombia and Argentina finished tied for second place behind Paraguay. To define the classification was used to a game extra. The matching normal and 30 additional minutes were not enough to break the 0-0. The regulation stipulated that depleted these instances, the fate define the tie. Favored currency in Argentina by the same route that became champions against Paraguay.




1967 South American Youth


Round - Group A

6 / 3 Argentina 1-1 Colombia. Gol de Argentina: García Cambon.

12 / 3 3-1 Paraguay Argentina. Gol de Argentina: García Cambon.

19 / 3 Argentina 3-1 Venezuela. Goals in Argentina: García Ameijenda, and J. Cibeyra M. Martínez.

1.Paraguay 3 2 0 8 January to 4 April

2.Argentina 3 1 1 5 January to 3 May

2.Colombia 3 1 1 5 January to 3 May

4.Venezuela 3 1 0 4 February to 2 August

Replay

22 / 3 Argentina 0-0 Colombia

Colombia beat Argentina by lot.

Semifinal

26 / 3 Argentina 2-0 Brazil. Argentina Goals: J. M. Martinez and Garcia Cambon.

Final

29 / 3 Argentina 2-2 Paraguay. Argentina Goals: Pasternak (instead joined the ST Wolff) and Riccardi. Stadium: Pto Saxony. Referee: Cesar Orozco (Peru).

Argentina beat Paraguay by lot. Argentina captain, Dominichi, attended the draw.

Argentina Selection: On the last cut left out of the final list José Pekerman, Cesar and Ruben Laraignée Suñe.

· José A. Pérez (River)

Played at: River (1969-74), Independent (1975), SF Union (1976-77) and Platense (1978). In the first division of AFA played 331 games. He was champion of the Libertadores '75 with Independiente.

· Jorge Dominichi (River)

Played at: River (1967-1973) and Gimnasia LP (1978). In the first division of AFA played 136 games with 7 goals. He also played Hercules (1975-77).

· José Gómez (Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata)

· Carlos Siciliano (Racing)

Played on: Quilmes (1967-70 67 games) and Hurricane (1971-72 23 games). In the first division of AFA played 73 games with 1 goal.

· Jorge Teijón (Moron) (2)

He played for: San Martín (Tuc.) (1970-72) and Belgrano Cba. (1973-74), 43 games 2 goals.

· José M. Martínez (San Lorenzo)

He played for San Lorenzo (1967-68), Quilmes (1969-70), Gimnasia LP (1971) and Union (1977). In the first division of AFA played 103 games with 11 goals. He also played in Colombia and Ecuador. '67 Metropolitan was champion with San Lorenzo.

· Hector J. Martinez (Racing)

Played at: Newell's (1969-72 92 games), Independiente (1973 23 games) and Hurricane (1974 16 games with 1 goal). In the first division of AFA played 116 games with 5 goals. In Independent was Libertadores Champion '73 and '73 Intercontinental.

· Mario Ricciardi (Chacarita)

· José Pasternak (Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata)

· Antonio García Ameijenda (San Lorenzo)

He played for San Lorenzo (1967-74), Estudiantes (1975), Hurricane (1978) and Gimnasia LP (1979). In the first division of AFA played 183 games with 30 goals. He also played in Spain.

· Carlos M. Garcia Cambon (Chacarita)

He played in: Chacarita (1967-73) and Boca (1974-76). In the first division of AFA played 301 games with 79 goals. Chacarita was with the Metropolitan Champion '69. It is the only player who scored 4 goals in a Superclásico, when it debuted in the first xeneize (1). Garcia Cambon Boca played 105 games with 33 goals. Metropolitan Champion was '76 and '76 National. It later passed by Union and returned to Chacarita.

· Enrique Wolff (Racing)

He played in: Racing (1967-72), River (1973-74), Argentine (1979) and Tigre (1981). In the first division of AFA played 207 games with 36 goals. So did in Las Palmas (1974-77) and Real Madrid (1977-79, Champions League twice with Real Madrid). He played the '74 World. In Racing: '67 5 games, 13 games '68, '69, 22 games, 39 games 70, 46 games 40 games '71 and '72, 165 games.

· Robert J. D'Alessandro (San Lorenzo)

He played for San Lorenzo (1968-1974). In the first division of AFA played 57 games. He also played in Salamanca (1974).

· Francisco Cibeyra (River)

He played for River (1969-71-72) Union SF (1970), Atlanta (1975-76) and Boca (1977 16 games with 2 goals). In the first division of AFA played 98 games with 12 goals.

· Miguel Angel Converti (Banfield)

He played for Banfield (1968-71), Chacarita (1973-74), San Lorenzo (1979), Quilmes (1982) and Hurricane (1982-83). In the first division of AFA played 163 games with 46 goals. Leon also played in Mexico, Toluca, Defensores de Lima, Espanyol, Millonarios (1957-1977), Junior (1981-82) and Portuguesa de Venezuela. And he played in the rise: Banfield (was tournament top scorer with 24 goals 1ra.B 1985), Atlanta (1ra.B 1986) and Defense and Justice (Nat B 1986-87).

· Horacio Tocalini (Chacarita) (2)

He played in the rise in Communications and Flanders, 171 games with 11 goals.

· Eduardo Comisso (River)

He played in: Independent (1969-75), Chacarita (1978) and Students (1979). In the first division of AFA played 232 games with 2 goals. He also played Hercules (1975-78). In Independent was Champion: '70 Metropolitan, Metropolitan '71, '72 Libertadores, American '72, '73 Libertadores, Intercontinental '73, '74 Libertadores, American Libertadores '74 and '75.

· Juan Loyola (Chacarita)

He played in: Chacarita (1969) and San Lorenzo MDP (1972-1981). In the first division of AFA played 53 games 15 goals. In 1968 he played for Aucas.

DT. Juan Carlos Gimenez (Hurricane Racing 1947-50 and 1951-57 207 games at first division. In Racing: 26 games '51 (Champion), '52 27 games, 23 games, '53, '54 24 games, 19 games '55, 30 matches '57 '56 and 21 games. South American Champion '57) and Mario Imbelloni

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