2002 MATCHES

INTERCONTINENTAL (July - December).

25/07/2002, Basseterre, Warner Park
St. Kitts/Nevis Football Festival
ST. KITTS/NEVIS     3
TAIWAN              0

27/07/2002, Basseterre (St. Kitts/Nevis), Warner Park
St. Kitts/Nevis Football Festival
TAIWAN              1
TRINIDAD/TOBAGO     0
Taiwan:
Trinidad/Tobago:    Kelvin Jack, Anthony Noriega, Keyeno Thomas, Anton Pierre, Kwesi Smith
                    (Denzil Theobald), Dale Saunders (Silvio Spann), Lyndon Andrews,
                    Josh Johnson (Nigel Daniel), Marlon Pierre, Colin Samuel 
                    (André Toussaint), Kerry Noray.
Referee:
Coaches:            Taiwan:
                    Trinidad/Tobago: Clayton Morris.

30/07/2002, St. George's, 4500
Friendly International
GRENADA             5 (Finbar Williams 2, Miguel Wharwood 2, Ricky Charles pen)
TAIWAN              2 (Hsiao Hsien-Chang, Chen Kun-Shan)
Grenada:            Kellon Baptiste, Anthony Modeste, Ricky Charles, Franklyn Baptiste, 
                    Kennedy Phillip, Chris Bain (Kitson Bain), Ian Andrew, Finbar Williams 
                    (Tyrone John), Patrick Modeste (Denis Rennie), Ashton Henry (Joel Forde),
                    Miguel Wharwood.
Taiwan:             Wu Chen-I, Wang Shyh-Kuen (Yang Cheng-Hsing), Ju Wen-Bin 
                    (Wang Chien-Hsiang), Chang Wu-Yeh (Hung Chin-Hwai), Lin Kuei-Pin, 
                    Wu Ching-Wen, Chen Chung-Tzu (Chen Jeng-I), Hsiao Hsien-Chang 
                    (Sheu Sheau-Bao), Tsai Hui-Kai, Hsu Tui-Chen (Chuang Wei-Sun), 
                    Chen Kun-Shan.

08/08/2002, Tabriz, Takhti Stadium, 25000
Friendly International
IRAN                1 (Ali Karimi 33' pen)
AZERBAIJAN          1 (Farrukh Ismaylov 16')
Iran:               Ebrahim Mirzapour, Rahman Rezaei, Jalal Kameli-Fard, Javad Nekounam,
                    Mehdi Amir-Abadi, Mohammed Nosrati, Ali Reza Vahedi-Nikbakht 
                    (Javad Kazemian 76'), Saeed Lotfi (Abolfazl Haji-Zadeh 87'), 
                    Mohsen Bayatinia (Moharram Navidkia 65'), Eman Mobali (Ali Badavi 46'),
                    Ali Karimi. [Sub also used: Reza Enayati 46'].
Azerbaijan:         Dzakhangir Gasanzade, Aslan Kerimov, Adagim Niftaliyev, Emin Imamaliyev 
                    (Vadim Vasilyev 70'), Emin Guliyev (Azer Mamedov 75'), Rashad Sadygov,
                    Tarlan Akhmedov, Makhmud Kurbanov, Kamal Guliyev (Ruslan Musayev 85'), 
                    Farrukh Ismaylov (Khagani Mamedov 75'), Samir Aliyev (Nadyr Nabiev 58').
Referee:            Rahim Rahim-Moqadam (Iran).
Coaches:            Iran: Branko Ivanković (Croatia).
                    Azerbaijan: Vagif Sadikov.
Cards:              Iran: Mohammed Nosrati [Y].
                    Azerbaijan: Rashad Sadygov [Y], Emin Guliyev [Y].
Note:               Date also reported as 11/08/2002, and 10/08/2002, attendance as 10000.

12/08/2002, Alexandria (Egypt), Alexandria Stadium, 30000
Gamhouria Olympic Tournament
KENYA               3 (Titus Muama 12', Jacob Omondi 15', Anthony Mathenge 67')
KUWAIT U23          0
Kenya:              Francis Onyiso, Adam Shaban (Philip Opiyo), George Waweru,
                    Bernard Odhiambo, Anthony Mathenge, Walter Odede, Godfrey Osama,
                    Justus Basweti (John Barasa), Titus Mulama, Nicholas Muyoti 
                    (Hillary Echesa), Jacob Omondi.
Kuwait U23:
Coaches:            Kenya: Jacob Mulee.
                    Kuwait U23:
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.
                    Francis Onyiso saved a penalty from Abdallah Yakuk at 45'.

17/08/2002, Amman, Amman Stadium
Friendly International
JORDAN              1 (Mahmoud Shilbayeh 14')
KENYA               1 (Hillary Eschesa 60')
Jordan:
Kenya:              Francis Onyiso, Adam Shaban, Issa Kassim, George Waweru, Hillary Echesa,
                    Anthony Mathenge, Titus Mulama (Godfrey Osama), Nicholas Muyoti,
                    Walter Odede, John Barasa, Jacob Omondi.
Note:               Another source reports the scorers as Haitham Al-Shboul for Jordan, and
                    Jacob Omondi for Kenya.

19/08/2002, Amman
Friendly International
JORDAN              0
SUDAN               0
Coaches:            Jordan:
                    Sudan: Wojciech Lazarek (Poland).

21/08/2002, Baku, Shafa, 7000
Friendly International
AZERBAIJAN          2 (Samir Aliyev 40', Farrukh Ismaylov 80')
UZBEKISTAN          0
Azerbaijan:         Dmitriy Kramarenko (Dzakhangir Gasanzade 75'), Kamal Guliyev,
                    Aslan Kerimov, Tarlan Akhmedov, Emin Agaev (Adagim Niftaliyev 85'),
                    Rashad Sadygov, Emin Guliyev, Makhmud Kurbanov (Rufat Guliyev 59'),
                    Emin Imamaliyev (Farrukh Ismaylov 60'), Samir Aliyev (Vadim Vasilyev 65'),
                    Kurban Kurbanov (Nadyr Nabiev 77').
Uzbekistan:
Referee:            Munis Abdullayev (Azerbaijan).
Coaches:            Azerbaijan: Vagif Sadikov.
                    Uzbekistan:

21/08/2002, Luxembourg, 1654
Friendly International
LUXEMBOURG          0
MOROCCO             2 (Mohamed Jabrane 72', Nouredine Kacimi 84')
Luxembourg:         Stéphane Gillet, Jeff Strasser, Eric Hoffmann, Ralph Ferron, 
                    Laurent Deville, Luc Holtz (Jean Vanek), Sven Di Domenico, 
                    Sébastien Remy, Manuel Cardoni, Alphonse Leweck (Sascha Schneider),
                    Marcel Christophe (Gordon Braun).
Morocco:            Abdellah Bagui, Abdessalam Ouaddou, Talal El Karkouri, Noureddine Naybet,
                    Tarek Chihab, Youssef Chippo, Youssef Sefri (Abdelkrim Kaissi),
                    Mourad Hdioued (Abderrahim Chkilet), Badr Kadouri (Noureddine Kacimi),
                    Adil Ramzi (Lotfi Benboubker), Rabii Laafoui (Mohamed Jabrane).
Referee:
Coaches:            Luxembourg: Allan Simonsen (Denmark).
                    Morocco: Badou Ezaki.

21/08/2002, Radès, Stade du 7 Novembre, 59223
Friendly International
TUNISIA             1 (Ali Zitouni 39')
FRANCE              1 (Mikaël Silvestre 19')
Tunisia:            Ali Boumnijel, Hatem Trabelsi, Khaled Badra [c], Radhi Jaïdi, 
                    Hamdi Marzouki, Jawar Mnari (Oussama Sellami 58'), Hassen Gabsi 
                    (Imed Mhedhebi 71'), José Clayton (Tarek Thabet 71'), Slim Ben Achour,
                    Mourad Melki (Lassaâd Ouertani 65'), Ali Zitouni (Mohamed Selliti 73').
France:             Grégory Coupet, Willy Sagnol (Emmanuel Petit 46'), Lilian Thuram 
                    (Bruno Cheyrou 75'), Philippe Christanval, Vincent Candela 
                    (Jérémie Bréchet 64'), Mikaël Silvestre (Marcel Desailly 46'), 
                    Eric Carrière (Patrick Vieira 46'), Claude Makelele, Zinedine Zidane [c],
                    Thierry Henry (Steve Marlet 46'), Sidney Govou (Djibril Cissé 63').
Referee:            Cosimo Bolognino (Italy).
Coaches:            Tunisia: Youssef Zouaoui.
                    France: Jacques Santini.

21/08/2002, Kyiv, Olympic, 18000
Friendly International
UKRAINE             0
IRAN                1 (Ali Daei 58')
Ukraine:            Oleksandr Shovkovskiy, Viktor Skrypnyk, Serhiy Kormiltsev, 
                    Anatoliy Tymoschuk, Serhiy Popov, Volodymyr Musolitin (Olexiy Ivanov 35'),
                    Serhiy Konovalov (Serhiy Serebrennikov 70'), Olexiy Bakharev 
                    (Maxym Kalynychenko 59'), Hennadiy Zubov, Andriy Voronin, Serhiy Rebrov 
                    (Oleksandr Melaschenko 59').
Iran:               Ebrahim Mirzapour, Sohrab Bakhtiyarizadeh, Yahya Golmohammadi, 
                    Mehrdad Minavand (Ali Badavi 89'), Rahman Rezaei, Mohammad Navazi,
                    Ali Reza Vahedi-Nikbakht (Mohsen Bayatinia 75'), Saeed Lotfi, 
                    Javad Nekounam, Ali Daei, Ali Karimi (Hamid Aziz-Zadeh 85').
Referee:            Asim Khudiev (Azerbaijan).
Coaches:            Ukraine: Leonid Buryak.
                    Iran: Branko Ivanković (Croatia).
Cards:              Ukraine: Viktor Skrypnyk [Y 43'].
                    Iran: Mohammad Navazi [Y 86'].

29/08/2002, Watford (England), Vicarage Road
Friendly International
JAMAICA             3 (Jermaine Anderson 34', Aaron Lawrence 72' pen, Ian Goodison 86')
INDIA               0
Jamaica:            Aaron Lawrence [c], Jermaine Anderson (Kevin Lisbie 46'), Ian Goodison,
                    Kirk Hendricks, Irvino English (Christopher Jackson 58'), Marco McDonald,
                    Fabian Dawkins (Dane Richards 77'), Fabian Taylor, Jonathan Williams 
                    (Damien Williams 46'), Kevin Wilson (Roland Dean 46'), Claude Davis.
India:              Sangram Mukherjee, Satish Kumar Bharti (Bijen Singh 77'), Mahesh Gawli
                    (Arun Malhotra 78'), Samir Naik, Deepak Mandal, Shanmugam Venkatesh 
                    (Jo Paul Ancheri 66'), Manitombi Singh, Tomba Singh, Renedy Singh 
                    (Krishnan Nair Ajayan 58'), Baichung Bhutia [c], Abhishek Yadav 
                    (Praveen Kumar 61').
Referee:            Steve Bennett (England).
Coaches:            Jamaica: Carl Brown.
                    India: Stephen Constantine (England).

01/09/2002, Wolverhampton (England), Molineux Stadium, 4000
Friendly International
JAMAICA             0
INDIA               0
Jamaica:            Donovan Ricketts, Claude Davis, Marco McDonald, Ian Goodison, 
                    Fabian Dawkins (Damien Williams 83'), Christopher Jackson, Kirk Hendricks
                    (Jonathan Williams 72'), Omar Daley, Fabian Taylor, Kevin Wilson
                    (Roland Dean 60'), Jermaine Anderson (Roen Nelson 32').
India:              Rajat Ghosh Dastidar, Debjit Ghosh, Deepak Mondal (Manitombi Singh 46'),
                    Mahesh Gawli, Samir Naik (Satish Kumar Bharti 79'), Jo Paul Ancheri, 
                    Shanmugam Venkatesh, Renedy Singh, Tomba Singh (Bijen Singh 62'), 
                    Baichung Bhutia [c], Abhishek Yadav (Praveen Kumar 74').
Referee:            Mike Riley (England).
Coaches:            Jamaica: Carl Brown.
                    India: Stephen Constantine (England).

17/09/2002, Tabriz, Takhti Stadium, 20000
LG Cup
IRAN                1 (Ali Bouab 23' OG)
MOROCCO             1 (Jalal Kalaï 90')
Iran won 4-3 on penalties.
Iran:               Ebrahim Mirzapour, Sohrab Bakhtiyarizadeh (Hussain Kaabi 67'), 
                    Jalal Kameli-Fard, Javad Nekounam, Ali Badavi, Mohammad Nosrati, 
                    Ali Reza Vahedi-Nikbakht, Yahya Golmohammadi, Javad Kazemian 
                    (Moharram Navid-Kia 69'), Eman Mobali (Hamid Aziz-Zadeh 90'), Ali Daei. 
                    [Sub also used:  Saee Lotfi 77'].
Morocco:            Tarik Jermouni, Karim Fekrouch, Hassan Motaz, Ali Bouab, Mourad Errafii,
                    Abdelkrim Boulmans, Thami Toujani, Khalid Mansour, Yazide Kaïssi,
                    Jalal Kalaï, Redouane El-Ouardi.
Referee:            Saad Kameel (Kuwait).
Coaches:            Iran: Branko Ivanković (Croatia).
                    Morocco:
Cards:              Iran: None.
                    Morocco: Hassan Motaz [Y 42'], Mourad Errafii [Y 56'], Ali Bouab [Y 84'].
Notes:              Not a full FIFA international.
                    Moroccan substitutes unknown.

17/09/2002, Tabriz (Iran), Takhti Stadium
LG Cup
PARAGUAY            2 (Gustavo Morinígo 83', ? 86' OG)
SOUTH AFRICA B      0
Coaches:            Paraguay: Aníbal Ruiz.
                    South Africa B: Conti Kubheka.
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

19/09/2002, Tabriz, Takhti Stadium, 25000
LG Cup
IRAN                1 (Ali Daei 41')
PARAGUAY            1 (Freddy Bareiro 35')
Iran won 4-3 on penalties.
Iran:               Ebrahim Mirzapour, Saeed Lotfi, Jalal Kameli-Fard, Javad Nekounam, 
                    Ali Badavi, Mohammad Nosrati, Ali Reza Vahedi-Nikbakht, Moharram Navid-Kia,
                    Javad Kazemian (Hussain Kaabi 52'), Eman Mobali (Mohsen Bayatinia 81'), 
                    Ali Daei.
Paraguay:           Ricardo Tavarelli, Néstor Isasi, Nelson Zelaya, Paulo Da Silva, 
                    Julio César Cáceres, Estanislao Struway, Oscar Sanabria, Jorge Brítez 
                    (Walter Fretes 46'), Walter Avalos (Arístides Masi 67'), David Gómez 
                    (Freddy Bareiro 24'), Julio Ortellado.
Referee:            Saad Kameel (Kuwait).
Coaches:            Iran: Branko Ivanković (Croatia).
                    Paraguay: Aníbal Ruiz.
Cards:              Iran: Ali Reza Vahedi-Nikbakht [Y 42'], Moharram Navid-Kia [Y 84'].
                    Paraguay: Julio Ortellado [Y 31'], Julio César Cáceres [Y 34'], 
                              Paulo Da Silva [Y 65'], Néstor Isasi [Y 67'].

12/10/2002, Tallinn, Le Coq Arena, 800 
Friendly International
ESTONIA             3 (Aivar Anniste 10', Kristen Viikmäe 52', Indrek Zelinski 82')
NEW ZEALAND         2 (Noah Hickey 41', Aaron Lines 45')
Estonia:            Martin Kaalma, Teet Allas (Andrei Stepanov 54'), Taavi Rähn, 
                    Sergei Hohlov-Simson, Erko Saviauk (Urmas Rooba 54'), Martin Reim 
                    (Kert Haavistu 54'), Marko Kristal (Enar Jääger 69'), Indrek Zelinski
                    (Joel Lindpere 84'), Aivar Anniste, Kristen Viikmäe, Sergei Terehhov 
                    (Aleksander Saharov 71').
New Zealand:        Jason Batty, David Mulligan, Gavin Wilkinson, Chris Zoricich, Gerard Davis, 
                    Glen Collins (Lee Jones 74'), Ivan Vicelich, Noah Hickey, Chris Jackson, Aaron Lines 
                    (Brent Fisher 71'), Vaughan Coveny.
Referee:            Rune Pedersen (Norway).
Coaches:            Estonia: Arno Pijpers (Netherlands).
                    New Zealand: Mick Waitt (England).
Note:               Kristen Viikmäe missed a penalty at 86'.  

12/10/2002, Lisboa, Estádio do Restelo
Friendly International
PORTUGAL            1 (Pauleta 5')
TUNISIA             1 (Ali Zitouni 42')
Portugal:           Ricardo, Paulo Ferreira, Fernando Couto, Fernando Meira, Nuno Valente,
                    Petit (Neca 80'), Costinha (Romeu 68'), Rui Costa (Vidigal 68'), 
                    Figo (Marco Ferreira 84'), Sérgio Conceição (Capucho 69'), Pauleta.
Tunisia:            Ali Boumnijel, Radhi Jaidi, Hamdi Marzouki, Ramzi Toujani 
                    (Mohamed Miladi 77'), Hatem Trabelsi, Riadh Bouazizi, Jawhar Mnari 
                    (Anis Boujelbene 89'), Kaies Zouaghi, Slim Ben Achour, Mourad El-Melki 
                    (Oussama Sallami 76'), Ali Zitouni (Mohamed Selliti 89').
Referee:            Paul Allaerst (Belgium).
Coaches:            Portugal: Agostinho Oliveira.
                    Tunisia: Roger Lemerre (France).
Cards:              Portugal: None.
                    Tunisia: Hatem Trabelsi [Y 71'].

15/10/2002, Edinburgh, Easter Road, 16207
Friendly International
SCOTLAND            3 (Steve Crawford 11', 73', Steven Thompson 49')
CANADA              1 (Dwayne De Rosario 9' pen)
Scotland:           Paul Gallacher, Christian Dailly [c], Steven Pressley, Lee Wilkie 
                    (Ian Murray 75'), Russell Anderson, Graham Alexander, Scot Gemmill 
                    (Scott Severin 66'), Paul Devlin, Maurice Ross (Callum Davidson 46'),
                    Steve Crawford (Kevin Kyle 89'), Steven Thompson (James McFadden 81').
Canada:             Lars Hirschfeld, Kevin McKenna, Richard Hastings, Paul Stalteri, 
                    Chris Pozniak, Tam Nsaliwa, Daniel Imhof (Davide Xausa 85'), 
                    Tomasz Radzinski, Dwayne De Rosario, Paul Fenwick [c], Julian De Guzman.
Referee:            Luc Huyghe (Belgium).
Coaches:            Scotland: Berti Vogts (Germany).
                    Canada: Holger Osieck (Germany).
Cards:              Scotland: None.
                    Canada: Paul Fenwick [Y].

16/10/2002, San José, Estadio Ricardo Saprissa, 8000
Friendly International
COSTA RICA          1 (Steven Bryce 53')
ECUADOR             1 (Carlos Tenorio 82')
Costa Rica:         Ricardo González, Try Benneth, Luis Marín, Jervis Drummond,
                    Pablo Chinchilla, Carlos Castro, Daniel Vallejos (Juan Esquivel 79'), 
                    Wálter Centeno (Kenneth Vargas 90'), Steven Bryce (Erick Scott 61'), 
                    Wílliam Sunsing (Rodrigo Cordero 77'), Winston Parks (Álvaro Saborío 61').
Ecuador:            Geovanny Ibarra, Luis Gómez, Iván Hurtado, Augusto Porozo, Marlon Ayoví
                    (Luis Capurro 80'), Alfonso Obregón, Edison Méndez, Wellington Sánchez 
                    (Franklin Salas 72'), Carlos Tenorio, Nicolás Asencio (Walter Ayoví 67'),
                    Edwin Tenorio (Otilino Tenorio 61').
Referee:            Rodrigo Badilla (Costa Rica).
Coaches:            Costa Rica: Rodrigo Kenton.
                    Ecuador: Hernán Darío Gómez (Colombia). 

16/10/2002, Tokyo, Yoyoki National Stadium, 55437
Friendly International
JAPAN               1 (Shinji Ono 7')
JAMAICA             1 (Ricardo Fuller 80')
Japan:              Seigo Narazaki, Akira Narahashi, Yutaka Akita, Naoki Matsuda, 
                    Toshihiro Hattori, Junichi Inamoto (Koji Nakata 82'), Shinji Ono 
                    (Takashi Fukunishi 82'), Hidetoshi Nakata, Shunsuke Nakamura, 
                    Naohiro Takahara, Atsushi Yanagisawa (Takayuki Suzuki 76').
Jamaica:            Aaron Lawrence (Donovan Ricketts 74'), Ian Goodison, Marco McDonald, 
                    Claude Davis, Omar Daley (Linval Dixon 61'), Robert Scarlett, Craig Zaidie,
                    Micah Hyde (Jarmaine Johnson 71'), Paul Hall (Fabian Taylor 77'),
                    Andrew Williams (Ricardo Fuller 61'), Barry Hayles.
Referee:            Kim Young-Joo (South Korea).
Coaches:            Japan: Zico (Brazil).
                    Jamaica: Carl Brown.
Cards:              Japan: Yutaka Akita [Y 60'].
                    Jamaica: Craig Zaidie [Y 38'], Ricardo Fuller [Y 69'].

16/10/2002, Ostrowiec Świętokrzyski, KSZO, 8000
Friendly International
POLAND              2 (Krzysztof Ratajczyk 52', Mariusz Kukiełka 87')
NEW ZEALAND         0
Poland:             Mariusz Liberda, Arkadiusz Głowacki, Marcin Kuś (Łukasz Surma 63'),
                    Krzysztof Ratajczyk, Jacek Zieliński, Kamil Kosowski, Marek Zieńczuk 
                    (Tomasz Dawidowski 46'), Mariusz Kukiełka, Mariusz Lewandowski 
                    (Michał Żewłakow 79'), Artur Wichniarek (Marcin Mięciel 46'), 
                    Maciej Żurawski (Marcin Żewłakow 69').
New Zealand:        Jason Batty, Danny Hay, Lee Jones (Gavin Wilkinson 69'), Scott Smith, 
                    Chris Zoricich (David Mulligan 65'), Glen Collins, Gerard Davis, 
                    Noah Hickey, Chris Jackson, Aaran Lines, Kris Bouckenooghe 
                    (Brent Fisher 74').
Referee:            Bertrand Layec (France). 
Coaches:            Poland: Zbigniew Boniek.
                    New Zealand: Mick Wait (England).
Cards:              Poland: None.
                    New Zealand: Aaran Lines [Y 27'], Chris Zoricich [Y 44'].

16/10/2002, Logrono, Nuevo Las Gaunas, 15000
Friendly International
SPAIN               0
PARAGUAY            0
Spain:              Contreras, Raúl Bravo (Capdevila 46'), Juanito, García Calvo, 
                    Míchel Salgado, Mendieta (Guti 46'), Albelda, Baraja (Xavi 46'), Capi, 
                    Morientes (Diego Tristán 46'), Vicente (Joaquín 46').
Paraguay:           Ricardo Tavarelli, Néstor Isasi, Carlos Gamarra, Celso Ayala, 
                    Paulo Da Silva, Roberto Acuña, Jorge Campos (Julio César Cáceres 85'),
                    Carlos Humberto Paredes, Carlos Bonet, Nelson Cuevas (Walter Ávalos 90+'),
                    David Gómez (Juan Samudio 46').
Referee:            Olegario Benquerença (Portugal).
Coaches:            Spain: Iñaki Sáez.
                    Paraguay: Aníbal Ruiz.
Cards:              None.

20/11/2002, Quito, Estadio Olímpico de Atahualpa, 35000
Friendly International
ECUADOR             2 (Alex Aguinaga 75' pen, Iván Kaviedes 85')
COSTA RICA          2 (Pablo Chinchilla 29', Andy Herron 45')
Ecuador:            Geovanny Ibarra, Ulises De la Cruz, Augusto Porozo, Iván Hurtado, 
                    Raúl Guerrón (Carlos Tenorio 53'), Kléber Chalá, Marlon Ayoví, 
                    Edwin Tenorio (Wellington Sánchez 71'), Alex Aguinaga [c], Nicolás Ascensio
                    (Wálter Ayoví 71'), Iván Kaviedes.
Costa Rica:         Ricardo González, Luis Marín, Pablo Chinchilla, Víctor Cordero,
                    Jervis Drummond, Carlos Castro (Leonardo González 89'), Fernando Patterson,
                    Steven Bryce, Jafet Soto (Julio Víquez 78'), Andy Herron (Athim Roper 65'),
                    David Diach (Douglas Sequeira 88').
Referee:            Pedro Ramos (Ecuador).
Coaches:            Ecuador: Hernán Darío Gómez (Colombia).
                    Costa Rica: Rodrigo Kenton.
Note:               It is also reported that Rodrigo Cordero played instead of Patterson.

20/11/2002, San Pedro Sula, Estadio Olímpico Metropolitano, 25000
Friendly International
HONDURAS            1 (Milton Núñez 74')
COLOMBIA            0
Honduras:           Noel Valladares, Edgar Álvarez, Nimrod Medina, Samuel Caballero
                    (Mario Berríos 82'), Oscar Bonilla (Emil Martínez 46'), Rony Morales,
                    Maynor Suazo, Walter Hernández (Sergio Mendoza 46'), Elvis Danilo Turcios 
                    (Walter Martínez 82'), David Suazo, Milton Núñez.
Colombia:           Miguel Ángel Calero, Gerardo Vallejo, Andrés Orozco, José Mera,
                    Gerardo Bedoya, Javier Restrepo (Aldo Ramírez 84'), Jorge Banguero, 
                    Elkin Murillo, David Ferreira (Luis Perea 81'), Edson Becerra 
                    (Carlos Ortiz 65'), Rafael Castillo (Gerardo Calle 46'). 
Referee:            Argelio Sabillón (Honduras) / Carlos Batres (Guatemala).
Coaches:            Honduras: José De la Paz Herrera 'Chelato Uclés'.
                    Colombia: Reynaldo Rueda.
Cards:              Honduras: Nimrod Medina [Y].
                    Colombia: Andrés Orozco [Y], Javier Restrepo [Y], Gerardo Vallejo [R 40'].
Note:               The match was also the farewell match for referee Sabillón, who was 
                    replaced by Batres at 15'.

20/11/2002, Saitama, Saitama 2002 Stadium, 61816
Friendly International
JAPAN               0
ARGENTINA           2 (Juan Pablo Sorín 47', Hernán Crespo 49')
Japan:              Seigo Narazaki, Akira Narahashi (Nobuhisa Yamada 52'), Yutaka Akita,
                    Naoki Matsuda, Eisuke Nakanishi, Takashi Fukunishi, Koji Nakata, 
                    Mitsuo Ogasawara (Yasuhito Endo 67'), Naohiro Takahara, Shunsuke Nakamura 
                    (Alexsandro Santos 58'), Suzuki Takayuki (Masashi Nakayama 55').
Argentina:          Pablo Cavallero, Roberto Ayala, Facundo Quiroga (Mauricio Pochettino 89'),
                    Walter Samuel, Javier Zanetti, Matías Almeyda, Juan Pablo Sorín,
                    Ariel Ortega (Javier Saviola 73'), Juan Sebastián Verón [c], Claudio López
                    (Cristian 'Kily' González 65'), Hernán Crespo (Santiago Solari 83'). 
Referee:            Saad Kameel Mane (Kuwait).
Coaches:            Japan: Masakuni Yamamoto.
                    Argentina: Marcelo Bielsa.
Cards:              Japan: None.
                    Argentina: Walter Samuel [Y 27'], Juan Pablo Sorín [Y 57'].

20/11/2002, Hesperange, 2750
Friendly International
LUXEMBOURG          0
CAPE VERDE          0
Luxembourg:         Alija Besic, Claude Reiter, Ben Federspiel, Eric Hoffmann, Manou Schauls,
                    Grégory Molitor (Sven Di Domenico 77'), Manuel Cardoni [c], Fons Leweck 
                    (Marcel Christophe 60'), Sébastien Remy, Gordon Braun, Daniel Huss 
                    (Sascha Schneider 61').
Cape Verde:         José Rocha, Paulo Santos (Matos Fonseca 75'), Jimmy Modeste, Pedro Brito,
                    Claudio Aguiar (Carlos De Pina 86'), Antônio Duarte (Aldino Medina 38'),
                    Carlos Sousa (José Andrade 69'), Simão Tavares, Carlos Moreira,
                    Adriano Duarte, Anilton Cruz.
Referee:            Damien Leduntu (France).
Coaches:            Luxembourg: Allan Simonsen (Denmark).
                    Cape Verde:

20/11/2002, Lagos, National Stadium, 35000
Friendly International
NIGERIA             0
JAMAICA             0
Nigeria:            Vincent Enyeama, Joseph Enakharhire, Benedict Idahor, Ikpe Ekong, 
                    Romalus Orjinta, Seyi Olajengbesi, Emmanuel Issah (Ishola Shuabu 68'), 
                    Francis Kumbur (Kingsley Elvis 35'), Peter Ijeh (Chike Ogugua 84'),
                    Bosun Ayeni (Eke Ezenura 32'), Otegberi Igha.
Jamaica:            Aaron Lawrence, Ian Goodison, Claude Davis, Tyrone Marshall 
                    (Linval Dixon 78'), Robert Scarlett, Craig Ziadie, Micah Hyde,
                    Andy Williams (Jermaine Johnson 55'), Ricardo Gardner (Omar Daley 80'),
                    Deon Burton (Richard Langley 70'), Kevin Lisbie (Trevor Benjamin 61').
Referee:            Alex Quartey (Ghana).
Coaches:            Nigeria: Christian Chukwu.
                    Jamaica: Carl Brown.
Cards:              Nigeria: Romalus Orjinta [Y 26'].
                    Jamaica: Ian Goodison [Y 45'], Andy Williams [Y 47'].

20/11/2002, Seoul, Sangam World Cup 2002 Stadium, 63000
Friendly International
SOUTH KOREA         2 (Seol Ki-Hyun 8', Ahn Jung-Hwan 56')
BRAZIL              3 (Ronaldo 17', 68', Ronaldinho 90+' pen)
South Korea:        Lee Woon-Jae (Kim Byung-Ji 85'), Hong Myung-Bo [c] (Kim Dae-Ui 58'), 
                    Choi Jin-Cheol, Kim Tae-Young, Lee Young-Pyo (Hyun Young-Min 85'), 
                    Song Jong-Gook (Choi Tae-Uk 52'), Kim Nam-Il, Yoo Sang-Cheol, Seol Ki-Hyun
                    (Cha Doo-Ri 74'), Lee Cheon-Soo (Kim Do-Hoon 80'), Ahn Jung-Hwan 
                    (Choi Yong-Soo 59' (Hwang Seon-Hong 88')).
Brazil:             Dida, Cafu [c] (Belletti 88'), Lúcio, Roberto Carlos, Edmílson, Zé Roberto,
                    Kléberson, Gilberto Silva, Ronaldinho Gaúcho, Ronaldo, Amoroso.
Referee:            Lu Jun (China).
Coaches:            South Korea: Kim Ho-Gon.
                    Brazil: Mario Zagallo.
Cards:              South Korea: Kim Nam-Il [Y].
                    Brazil: Lúcio [Y 43'].
Note:               Most sources don't include the yellow card for Kim Nam-Il.

10/12/2002, Santiago
Friendly International
CHILE               3
PALESTINE           1
Note:               It is suspected that the match was contested by Chile U20.

16/12/2002, Abu Dhabi
Friendly International
UAE                 1 (Abdullah Ali 50')
EGYPT               2 (Sayed Abdel Hafiz 6', Ahmed Belal 90')
UAE:                Waleed Salem, Hamid Khater, Bakhit Khater, Faisal Ali, Jamal Ali, 
                    Jumaa Khater, Abdul Raheem Jumaa, Mohamed Kasem, Sultan Rashed, 
                    Abdullah Ali, Zohair Bakhit. [subs: Fahd Masood, Ali Saeed, Mohammed Omar,
                    Bashir Saeed, Mohamed Sorour, Faisal Abdul Raheem, Salem Khamis].
Egypt:              Essam El-Hadary, Islam El-Shater, Shady Mohamed, Besheer El-Tabei,
                    Medhat Abdel Hady, Tarek El-Sayed (Sayed Meawwad), Sayed Abdel Hafiz,
                    Hani Said (Ahmed Fathi), Mohamed Gouda (Tamer Abdel Hamid), Ahmed Belal,
                    Abdel Halim Ali (Hazem Emam).
Referee:
Coaches:            UAE:
                    Egypt: Mohsen Saleh.

16/12/2002, Kuwait, 7000
Arab Cup
KUWAIT              1 (Faraj Laheeb 46')
MOROCCO OLYMPIC     1 (Boushaib Lembarki 26')
Kuwait:             Nawaf Al-Khalidi, Ali Abdulridha, Nheir Al-Shemmari, Walid Ali, 
                    Hamad Al-Tayyar (Mohamed Ashkenani 78'), Mohamed Jarragh 
                    (Saleh Al-Briki 31'), Youssouf Al-Youha, Issam Sakin, Abdullah Wabran,
                    Bashar Abdullah, Faraj Laheeb (Mossaed Nada 90').
Morocco Olympic:    Tareq Al-Jarmouni, Morad Falah, Al-Yazid Qaissi, Oussama Al-Suwaidi,
                    Moustapha Talha, Morad Al-Rafiyi, Mohamed Armomen, Boushaib Lembarki
                    (Jalal Al-Qalayi 46'), Saeed Kharazi, Mohamed Al-Wardi, Mounir Mowahil.
Referee:            Mahmoud Abbas (Syria).
Coaches:            Kuwait: Radojko Avramovic (Yugoslavia).
                    Morocco Olympic:
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

18/12/2002, Kuwait, 1500
Arab Cup
MOROCCO OLYMPIC     1 (Al-Yazid Qaissi 4')
JORDAN              1 (Abdullah Bou-Zama'a 64' pen)
Morocco Olympic:    Tareq Al-Jarmouni, Morad Al-Rafiyi (Othman Noayna'a 17'), Mustapha Talha,
                    Amin Al-Rabati, Mounir Sawahil (Morad Falah 76'), Al-Yazid Qaissi, 
                    Oussama Al-Suwaidi, Saeed Al-Kharazi (Younes Razzouq 69'), Mohamed Armomen,
                    Mohamed Al-Wardi, Hisham Abou-Sharwan.
Jordan:             Amer Shafih, Khaled Saad, Bashar Bani-Yassin, Hatem Aqel, Faysal Ibrahim,
                    Haytham Al-Shboul, Amer Zeeb, Anas Al-Zaboun (Sama'an Halsa 78'),
                    Abdullah Bou-Zama'a, Hassouna Al-Sheikh, Mouayyed Salim.
Referee:            Abdulrahman Al-Zeid (Saudi Arabia).
Coaches:            Morocco Olympic:
                    Jordan: Mahmoud El-Gohary (Egypt).
Cards:              Morocco Olympic: Al-Yazid Qaissi [R 66'].
                    Jordan:
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

18/12/2002, Kuwait, 2000
Arab Cup
KUWAIT              1 (Mossaed Nada 90')
SUDAN               0
Kuwait:             Nawaf Al-Khalidi, Nheir Al-Shemmari, Mossaed Nada, Walid Ali 
                    (Abdullah Al-Fadhli 90'), Youssouf Al-Youha, Hamad Al-Tayyar
                    (Hamad Ashkenani 42'), Saleh Al-Briki, Issam Sakin (Ali Fadhel 74'),
                    Abdullah Wabran, Bashar Abdullah, Faraj Laheeb.
Sudan:              Al-Moezz Mahjoub, Abdullah Bushra, Salem Mohamed Ahmed, Bakri Makin,
                    Ahmed Al-Sayyed, Richard Jesten, Abdulazim Gouda, Ma'amoun Ya'aqoub,
                    Mosaddaq Alwan Salim (Haytham Karrar 58'), Mohamed Ali Othman 
                    (Salah Moussa 46'), Ala'aeddine Jebril.
Referee:            Mohamed Zakrini (Algeria).
Coaches:            Kuwait: Radojko Avramovic (Yugoslavia).
                    Sudan: 

20/12/2002, Kuwait, 2000
Arab Cup
JORDAN              2 (Mouayyed Salim 17', Abdullah Bou-Zama'a 82' pen)
SUDAN               1 (Mohamed Ali 84')
Jordan:             Amer Shafih, Khaled Saad, Bashar Bani-Yassin, Hatem Aqel, Sama'an Halsa,
                    Faysal Ibrahim, Amer Zeeb (Haytham Al-Shboul 65'), Anas Al-Zaboun 
                    (Issam Abou-Touq 85'), Abdullah Bou-Zama'a, Hassouna Al-Sheikh, 
                    Mouayyed Salim (Ra'afat Jabr 76').
Sudan:              Al-Moezz Mahjoub, Edward Geldo-Fadda, Abdullah Bushra, Salem Mohamed Ahmed,
                    Bakri Makin, Mohamed Bastawi, Abdulazim Gouda (Haytham Karrar 31'),
                    Ma'amoun Ya'aqoub (Ammar Abdulqader 67'), Salah Al-Dayy, Motazz Ibrahim
                    (Ohamed Othman 62'), Ala'aeddine Jebril.
Referee:            Mahmoud Abbas (Syria).
Coaches:            Jordan: Mahmoud El-Gohary (Egypt).
                    Sudan: 
Cards:              Jordan:
                    Sudan: Al-Moezz Mahjoub [R 67'], Edward Geldo-Fadda [R 70'].

20/12/2002, Kuwait, 700
Arab Cup
MOROCCO OLYMPIC     3 (Mohamed Armomen 30', 40', Saeed Al-Kharazi 88') 
PALESTINE           1 (Ziad Al-Kurd 52')
Morocco Olympic:    Tareq Al-Jarmouni, Morad Falah, Moustapha Talha, Amin Al-Rabati,
                    Mounir Sawahil (Othman Noayna'a 51'), Younes Zarrouq, Oussama Al-Suwaidi,
                    Saeed Al-Kharazi (Jalal Al-Qala'ayi 90'), Mohamed Armomen, 
                    Mohamed Al-Wardi, Hisham Abou-Sharwan.
Palestine:          Ramzi Saleh, Hamada Shbeir, Pablo Abdullah, Saeb Jundiyyah, Jamal Al-Houli,
                    Rami Moustapha (Fadi Abou-Latifa 46'), Roberto Krin, Edgardo Abdullah,
                    Francisco Allam, Mohamed Al-Soweirki (Roberto Nicolas 82'), Ziad Al-Kurd.
Referee:            Mohamed Omar (UAE).
Coaches:
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

23/12/2002, Kuwait, 2000
Arab Cup
SUDAN               2 (Alem Khamis Farjallah 51', Tajeddine Al-Tijani 88')
PALESTINE           2 (Fadi Salem 31', Ziad Al-Kurd 53')
Sudan:              Ammar Makki, Abdullah Bushra (Ahmed Al-Fateh 76'), Abdulrahman Bakri,
                    Mohamed Bastawi, Salah Al-Dayy (Tajeddine Al-Tijani 46'), 
                    Alem Khamis Farjallah, Richard Jesten (Mosaddaq Alwan Salim 68'), 
                    Haytham Karrar, Ma'amoun Ya'aqoub, Mohamed Ali Othman, Ala'aeddine Jebril.
Palestine:          Ramzi Saleh, Edgardo Abdullah, Hamada Shebir, Mohamed Al-Sweyrki,
                    Roberto Krein, Mohamed Al-Jaish, Francisco Allam, Pablo Oscar Endraos, 
                    Fadi Salem, Ziad Al-Kurd, Jamal Nazmi.
Referee:            Abdulrahman Al-Zeid (Saudi Arabia).
Coaches:
Cards:              Sudan: Ma'amoun Ya'aqoub [Y 31'].
                    Palestine: Mohamed Al-Sweyrki [Y 39'].

28/12/2002, Kuwait, 2000
Arab Cup
SAUDI ARABIA        2 (Abdullah Al-Waked 20', Talal Al-Meshal 57')
MOROCCO OLYMPIC     0
Saudi Arabia:       Mabrouk Zayed, Ridha Takar, Hamad Al-Montasheri, Faysal Al-Abili
                    (Saoud Kariri 46'), Saleh Al-Saqri, Abdullah Al-Waked, 
                    Abdulaziz Al-Janoubi (Bandar Tamim 73'), Omar Al-Ghamdi, Mohamed Noor,
                    Yasser Al-Qahtani (Hamad Al-Eissa 84'), Talal Al-Meshal.
Morocco Olympic:    Tareq Al-Jarmouni, Othman Noayna'a, Falah Morad, Younes Razzouq, 
                    Amin Al-Rabati, Al-Yazid Qaissi, Jalal Qala'aji, Saeed Al-Kharazi,
                    Mohamed Armomen, Mohamed Al-Wardi, Hisham Abou-Sharwan.
Referee:            Mahmoud Abbas (Syria).
Coaches:            Saudi Arabia: Martin Koopman (Netherlands).
                    Morocco Olympic:
Cards:              Saudi Arabia: Faysal Al-Abili [Y 9'], Ridha Takar [Y 45'], 
                                  Mohamed Noor [Y 83']. 
                    Morocco Olympic: Saeed Al-Kharazi [Y 25'].
Notes:              Not a full FIFA international.
                    Saudi Arabian coach (Gerard van der Lem) suffered a heart attack 
                    prior to the match, and was replaced by his assistant (Koopman).

2002 overview

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