2003 MATCHES

INTERCONTINENTAL

26/01/2003, Bridgetown, Waterford stadium
Friendly International
BARBADOS            0
FINLAND             0
Barbados:           Adrian Chase; Wayne Sobers; John Hawkesworth, Jonathan Straker,
                    John Parris, Randy Burrowes; Michael Forde (Walton Burrowes 80'),
                    Gregory Goodridge, Kent Hall; Ryan Lucas (Rommel Braithwaite 84'),
                    Rivierre Williams (Roger Proverbs 65').
Finland:            Mikko Kavén; Juuso Kangaskorpi, Tero Penttilä, Toni Kuivasto, Ville Nylund;
                    Antti Okkonen, Simo Valakari, Miikka Multaharju (Fredrik Nordback 85'),
                    Peter Kopteff; Antti Pohja (Jari Ilola 65'), Mika Kottila (Jari Niemi 60').
Referee:            Noel Byboe (Trinidad/Tobago).
Coaches:            Barbados: Sherlock Yarde.
                    Finland: Antti Muurinen.

26/01/2003, Sharjah, Sharjah Stadium
Friendly International
UAE                 1 (Mohammed Sirour 63')
NORWAY              1 (Thorstein Helstad 72')
UAE:                Mohammed Abdullah; Humaid Fakher, Juma Khater (Abu Ali 75'), Abdullah Rabee
                    (Mohammed Rabih 81'), Fahd Ali Al-Shamsi; Abdul Rahim Juma, Subait Khater,
                    Fahad Masoud (Salah Abbas 75'), Rami Yaslem; Mohammed Sirour,
                    Mohammed Omar.
Norway:             Erik Holtan; Christer Basma, Brede Hangeland, Bård Borgersen,
                    Thomas Pereira; Pa-Modou Kah (Christer George 90'), Daniel Berg Hestad,
                    Fredrik Winsnes; Azar Karadas (Jonny Hanssen 67'), Sigurd Rushfeldt,
                    Thorstein Helstad.
Referee:            Mohammed Omar Al-Saeedi (UAE).
Coaches:            UAE: Roy Hodgson (England).
                    Norway: Nils Johan Semb.
Cards:              UAE:  Humaid Fakher [Y 45'].
                    Norway: Bard Borgersen [Y 82'].

28/01/2003, Wattayah, Royal Oman Police Stadium 
Friendly International
OMAN OLYMPIC        1 (Yousuf Shaaban 50')
NORWAY              2 (Azar Karadas 63', Sigurd Rushfeldt 82')
Oman Olympic:       Ali Al-Absi, Mohd. Rabei, Said Shoou, Khalifa Ael, Fauzi Basher,
                    Ahmed Hadid, Hamdi Hubeis (Ahmed Awadh 70'), Mohd. Mubarak 
                    (Ahmed Khalid 57'), Nabil Ashoor (Suleiman Said 81'), Ismail Suleiman 
                    (Yusuf Shaaban 46'), Hashim Saleh (Imad Suleiman 68').
Norway:             Erik Holtan; Christer Basma, Brede Hangeland, Frode Kippe, Thomas Pereira
                    (Alexander Aas 46'); Pa-Modou Kah (Christer George 52'), Jonny Hanssen
                    (Jan Frode 86'), Fredrik Winsnes, Raymond Kvisvik (Azar Karadas 46');
                    Sigurd Rushfeldt, Thorstein Helstad (Daniel Berg Hestad 75').
Referee:            Hassan Al-Ajmi (Oman).
Coaches:            Oman Olympic: Milan Máčala (Czech Republic).
                    Norway: Nils Johan Semb.
Note:               Match is a full FIFA international.

28/01/2003, Bangkok, Rajamangala Stadium
Friendly International
THAILAND            0
DENMARK LEAGUE      1 (Thomas Schultz 45+')
Thailand:           Phansa Meesatham; Jedsada Jidsawad, Thanongsak Prajjakata, 
                    Peeratat Phoruandee, Phaitoon Tiebma; Satid Mukkratok, Datsakorn Thonglao,
                    Narongchai Vachiraban, Therdsak Chaiman; Manit Noyvech, Beckenbauer Sue-in.
Denmark League:     Jimmy Nielsen; Brian Priske, Per Nielsen (Rasmus Daugaard 46'),
                    Asbjørn Sennels, Martin Albrechtsen; Michael Hansen (Niclas Hindsberg 62'),
                    Thomas Røll Larsen, Morten Wieghorst; Michael Johansen
                    (David Rasmussen 62'), Søren Berg (Kasper Dalgas 75'), Thomas Schultz
                    (Mads Jørgensen 83').
Referee:            Wittaya Mantiboom (Thailand).
Coaches:            Thailand: Peter Withe (England).
                    Denmark League: Morten Olsen.
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

29/01/2003, Port of Spain, Hasely Crawford Stadium
Friendly International
TRINIDAD/TOBAGO     1 (Jason Scotland 31')
FINLAND             2 (Mika Kottila 79', Jari Niemi 82')
Trinidad/Tobago:    Selwyn George; Craig Demming, Anton Pierre, Kurt Williams, David George,
                    Kwesi Smith, Kerry Baptiste, Owen Matthews, Handell Manswell 
                    (Kenwyne Jones 55' (Anthony Wolfe 80')), Jason Scotland, Errol McFarlane
                    (Steve Sealy 65').
Finland:            Jani Viander; Juuso Kangaskorpi, Marko Tuomela (Tero Penttilä 46'),
                    Toni Kuivasto (Mika Multaharju 65'), Rami Hakanpää; Jari Ilola
                    (Antti Pohja 46'), Simo Valakari, Fredrik Nordback (Antti Okkonen 46'),
                    Peter Kopteff; Antti Sumiala (Mika Kottila 73'), Jari Niemi.
Referee:            Mark Forde (Barbados).
Coaches:            Trinidad/Tobago: Hannibal Najjar.
                    Finland: Antti Muurinen.
Note:               Trinidad/Tobago used only three players from the original 18 selected,
                    because of the strike by the majority of first-choice players

31/01/2003, San Pedro Sula, Estadio Olímpico Metropolitano
Friendly International
HONDURAS            1 (Saúl Martínez 7')
ARGENTINA           3 (Diego Milito 15', Luis González 53', 56')
Honduras:           Víctor Coello; Arnold Cruz; Edgardo Álvarez, Rony Morales, 
                    Sergio Mendoza, Héctor Gutiérrez (Maynor Figueroa 30'); Amado Guevara,
                    Alex Andino, Francisco Pavón (Walter Martínez 77'); Saúl Martínez
                    (Ángel Gil, 80'), Jairo Martínez (Maynor Suazo 63'). 
Argentina:          Sebastián Saja; Ariel Garcé, Nicolás Burdisso, Gabriel Milito,
                    Pablo Guiñazú; Luis González, Leonardo Ponzio (Sebastián Battaglia 46'),
                    Andrés D'Alessandro, Federico Insúa (Gonzálo Rodríguez 80');
                    Mariano González (Clemente Rodríguez 85'), Diego Milito
                    (César Garignano 88').
Referee:            Neftalí Recinos (El Salvador).
Coaches:            Honduras: José de la Paz "Chelato Uclés".
                    Argentina:  Marcelo Bielsa.
Cards:              Honduras: Maynor Figueroa [R 46'], Amado Guevara [Y 58'].
                    Argentina: Nicolás Burdisso [Y 37'], Andrés D'Alesandro [Y 66'],
                               Gabriel Milito [R 73'], Ariel Garcé [R 79'],
                               Gonzalo Rodríguez [Y 80'].
Note:               Argentina fielded only local players, the date being outside of the
                    FIFA calendar. The match is still official for Argentina.

01/02/2003, Hong Kong, Hong Kong stadium, 15100
Carlsberg Cup
IRAN                1 (Javad Nekounam 47' pen)
DENMARK LEAGUE      0
Iran:               Ebrahim Mirzapour; Mohammed Nosrati, Yahya Golmohammadi [c],
                    Jalal Kameli-Mofrad, Moharram Navidkia; Hussain Kaebi, Javad Nekounam,
                    Hamed Kavianpour (Yadollah Akbari 69'), Alireza Vahedi-Nikbakht;
                    Khodadad Azizi (Mehrdad Minavand 83'), Ali Samerreh (Amin Mohtashami 71').
Denmark League:     Peter Skov-Jensen; Brian Priske, Rasmus Daugaard (Michael Hansen 84'),
                    Asbjørn Sennels, Martin Albrechtsen; Kaspar Dalgas, Thomas Røll Larsen
                    (David Rasmussen 79'), Morten Wieghorst [c]; Lars Mads Jørgensen
                    (Niclas Hindsberg 74'), Søren Berg, Thomas Schultz. 
Referee:            Albert Chiu Sin-Chuen (Hong Kong).
Coaches:            Iran: Homayoun Shahroukhi.
                    Denmark League: Morten Olsen.
Cards:              Iran: Mohammed Nosrati [Y 20'], Jalal Kameli-Mofrad [Y 55'].
                    Denmark League: Morten Wieghorst [Y 22'], Martin Albrechtsen [Y 50'].
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.
                    Morten Wieghorst missed a penalty at 45' (deliberately; Kameli-Mofrad had 
                    picked up the ball after hearing a whistle, but the whistle was from the 
                    crowd, and the referee gave a penalty, so the Denmark players agreed to
                    kick it wide of the goal).

01/02/2003, Hong Kong, Hong Kong stadium, 20785
Carlsberg Cup
HONG KONG LEAGUE    0
URUGUAY             3 (Julio Rodríguez 84', Horacio Peralta 86', Pablo Munhoz 89')
Hong Kong League:   Fan Chun-Yip; Cristiano Cordeiro; Dejan Antonić, Yau Kin-Wai 
                    (Szeto Man-Chun 25'), Poon Yiu-Cheuk (Chan Wai-Ho 90'), Guy Gérard Ambassa;
                    Lee Kin-Wo (Cornelius Udebuluzor 17'), José Ricardo Rambo 
                    (Leung Chi-Wing 90'), Kim Pan-Gon (Chan Chi-Hong 90'), Rochi Putiray,
                    Marcio Gabri Anacleto.
Uruguay:            Mauricio Nanni; Bruno Silva, Diego Lugano, Williams Martínez, Pablo Lima;
                    Julio Rodríguez (Julio Mozzo 86'), Marcelo Sosa, Martín Ligüera
                    (Mario Leguizamón 61'), Claudio Dadomo (Pablo Munhoz 70'); Germán Hornos
                    (Horacio Peralta 78'), Gonzalo Vargas (Fabián Estoyanoff 46').
Referee:            Shamsul Maidini (Singapore).
Coaches:            Hong Kong League: Kwok Ka-Ming.
                    Uruguay: Gustavo Ferrín
Note:               Not a full FIFA international. The Hong Kong League team consisted
                    of players from the local league, including foreigners. The match is
                    consequently unofficial for Uruguay. It is also reported that Luk Koon-Pong
                    played for Hong Kong League, instead of Kim Pan-Gon.

04/02/2003, Hong Kong, Hong Kong stadium
Carlsberg Cup (3rd place)
HONG KONG LEAGUE    1 (Dejan Antonić 90+' pen)
DENMARK LEAGUE      2 (Thomas Schultz 14', Michael Hansen 88' pen)
Hong Kong League:   Fan Chun-Yip; Cristiano Cordeiro; Dejan Antonić, Ng Wai-Chiu, 
                    Poon Yiu-Cheuk, Guy Gérard Ambassa; Lo Chi-Kwan, José Ricardo Rambo, 
                    Chan Chi-Hong, Rochi Putiray (Cornelius Udebuluzor 83'),
                    Marcio Gabri Anacleto.
Denmark League:     Peter Skov-Jensen (Jimmy Nielsen 46'); Brian Priske, Rasmus Daugaard,
                    Allan Jepsen, Martin Albrechtsen; David Rasmussen (Kaspar Dalgas 65'),
                    Thomas Røll Larsen, Michael Hansen; Lars Mads Jørgensen 
                    (Niclas Hindsberg 46'), Søren Berg, Thomas Schultz (Michael Johansen 72').
Referee:
Coaches:            Hong Kong League: Kwok Ka-Ming.
                    Denmark League: Morten Olsen.
Note:               Not a full FIFA international. The Hong Kong League team consisted 
                    of players from the local league, including foreigners.

04/02/2003, Hong Kong, Hong Kong stadium, 17877
Carlsberg Cup (Final)
URUGUAY             1 (Fabián Estoyanoff 84')
IRAN                1 (Ali Samerreh 30')
Uruguay won 4-2 on penalties.
Uruguay:            Mauricio Nanni; Diego Lugano; Bruno Silva, Williams Martínez, Pablo Lima,
                    Claudio Dadomo (Fabián Estoyanoff 46'); Julio Rodríguez, Marcelo Sosa
                    (Sebastián Taborda 69'), Martín Ligüera [c] (Julio Mozzo 80');
                    Germán Hornos (Sergio Blanco 91'), Mario Leguizamón (Horacio Peralta 29').
Iran:               Ebrahim Mirzapour; Mohammed Nosrati, Yahya Golmohammadi [c],
                    Jalal Kameli-Mofrad, Moharram Navidkia; Hussain Kaebi 
                    (Mehdi Amirabadi 69'), Javad Nekounam, Hamed Kavianpour 
                    (Yadollah Akbari 62'), Alireza Vahedi-Nikbakht; Khodadad Azizi 
                    (Eman Mobali 102'), Ali Samerreh (Mohsen Bayatinia 65').
Referee:            James Fong Yau-Fat (Hong Kong).
Coaches:            Iran: Homayoun Shahroukhi.
                    Uruguay: Gustavo Ferrín.
Cards:              Iran: Ali Samerreh [Y 40'], Hamed Kavianpour [Y 56'],
                          Mohsen Bayatinia [Y 79' YR 109'], Javad Nekounam [Y 90'].
                    Uruguay: Julio Rodríguez [Y 19'], Diego Lugano [Y 61'],
                             Horacio Peralta [Y 47' R 87'].
Penalties:          0-0 Javad Nekounam (miss), 1-0 Julio Rodríguez, 1-1 Yadollah Akbari,
                    2-1 Fabián Estoyanoff, 2-1 Mohammad Nosrati (save), 3-1 Pablo Lima,
                    3-2 Eman Mobali, 4-2 Bruno Silva.
Notes:              The Uruguayan goal is also attributed to an own-goal by Yahya Golmohammadi.
                    The Uruguayan penalty scorers are also reported in a different order
                    (Silva, Rodríguez, Estoyanoff, Lima).

04/02/2003, Los Angeles (USA), Memorial Coliseum
Friendly International
MEXICO              0
ARGENTINA           1 (Gonzálo Rodríguez 13')
Mexico:             Oswaldo Sánchez; Héctor Altamirano (Carlos Morales 68'), Diego Martínez,
                    Duilio Davino, Salvador Carmona; Pavel Pardo, Juan Pablo Rodríguez
                    (Luis Pérez 46'), Israel López, Braulio Luna (Fernando Arce 68');
                    Cuauhtémoc Blanco, Jesús Olalde (José Antonio Castro 74').
Argentina:          Sebastián Saja; Leonardo Ponzio, Nicolás Burdisso, Gonzálo Rodríguez,
                    Pablo Guiñazú; Luis Oscar González, Sebastián Battaglia,
                    Andrés D'Alessandro, Federico Insua; Mariano González
                    (César Carignano 85'), Diego Milito (Clemente Rodríguez 55'). 
Referee:            Kevin Stott (USA).
Coaches:            Mexico: Ricardo Lavolpe (Argentina).
                    Argentina: Marcelo Bielsa.
Cards:              Mexico: Juan Pablo Rodríguez [Y 37'], Luis Pérez [Y 62'], 
                            Fernando Arce [Y 90'].
                    Argentina: Leonardo Ponzio [Y 29'], Andres D'Alessandro [Y 44'],
                               Pablo Guiñazú [Y 45'], Sebastián Battaglia [Y 48'].
Note:               Argentina fielded only local players, the date being outside of the
                    FIFA calendar. The match is still official for Argentina.

08/02/2003, Miami, Orange Bowl
Friendly International
USA                 0
ARGENTINA           1 (Luis González 8')
USA:                Tim Howard; Sasha Victorine (Nick Garcia 57'), Dan Califf, 
                    Carlos Bocanegra (Steve Ralston 90'), Robert Convey; DaMarcus Beasley,
                    Pablo Mastroeni, Chris Klein (Jeff Cunningham 79'), Ben Olsen 
                    (Taylor Twellman 46'); Clint Mathis, Landon Donovan.
Argentina:          Sebastián Saja; Ariel Garce, Nicolás Burdisso, Gabriel Milito,
                    Pablo Guiñazú; Luis González, Sebastián Battaglia, Andrés D'Alessandro,
                    Federico Insúa (Leandro Romagnoli 77'); Mariano González 
                    (César Carignano 46'), Diego Milito (Clemente Rodríguez 85').
Referee:            Carlos Batres (Guatemala).
Coaches:            USA: Bruce Arena.
                    Argentina: Marcelo Bielsa.
Cards:              USA: Carlos Bocanegra [Y 71'].
                    Argentina: Sebastián Battaglia [Y 13'], Gabriel Milito [Y 41'],
                               Federico Insúa [Y 54'], Pablo Guiñazú [Y 74'], 
                               Andrés D'Alessandro [R 90'].
Note:               Argentina fielded only local players, the date being outside of the
                    FIFA calendar. The match is still official for Argentina.

09/02/2003, Guayaquil, Estadio Modelo
Friendly International
ECUADOR             1 (Iván Hurtado 90' pen)
ESTONIA             0
Ecuador:            José Francisco Cevallos; Marlon Ayoví, Iván Hurtado, Augusto Poroso, 
                    Luis Capurro (Fricson George 42'); Edwin Tenorio, Wellington Sánchez
                    (Edison Méndez 70'), Walter Ayoví (Johnny Baldeón 70'), José Gavica
                    (Kléber Chalá 72'); Otilino Tenorio (Walter Calderón 89'), Nicolas Asencio
                    (Roberto Mina 46').
Estonia:            Pavel Kisseljov; Teet Allas, Andrei Stepanov, Enar Jääger, Erko Saviauk;
                    Marko Kristal (Joel Lindpere 94'), Meelis Rooba (Taavi Rähn 93'),
                    Martin Reim, Ott Reinumäe; Aleksander Saharov (Kert Haavistu 74'),
                    Vjatšeslav Zahhovaiko (Dmitri Ustritski 90+').
Referee:            Pedro Ramos (Ecuador).
Coaches:            Ecuador: Hernán Darío Gómez (Colombia).
                    Estonia: Arno Pijpers (Netherlands).

12/02/2003, Bastia Umbra (Italy)
Friendly International
ALBANIA             5 (Alban Bushi 16', Florian Myrtaj 21', 38', Mehmet Dragusha 53',
                       Luan Pinari 86')
VIETNAM U23         0
Albania:            Foto Strakosha (Arjan Beqaj 46'); Elvin Beqiri, Besnik Hasi
                    (Luan Pinari 80'), Albert Duro, Arjan Xhumba (Nevil Dede 46');
                    Arjan Bellai, Mehmet Dragusha (Julian Ahmataj 70'), Bledi Shkembi,
                    Altin Haxhi (Edvin Murati 46'); Alban Bushi, Florian Myrtaj 
                    (Enkelejd Dobi 72').
Vietnam U23:
Referee:            Nicola Nicoletti (Italy).
Coach:              Albania: Hans-Peter Briegel (Germany).
                    Vietnam U23:
Note:               Match is a full FIFA international. The referee was not a FIFA referee.

12/02/2003, Annaba, Stade du 19 Juin 1956, 40000
Friendly International
ALGERIA             1 (Djamel Belmadi 90')
BELGIUM             3 (Emile Mpenza 2', 57', Wesley Sonck 7')
Algeria:            Lounès Gaouaoui; Mounir Zeghdoud; Karim Ghazi (Farouk Belkaïd 46'),
                    Noureddine Driouèche, Salim Aribi, Abderaouf Zarabi; Djamel Belmadi,
                    Yazid Mansouri, Nasreddine Kraouche (Amar Ammour 62'); Abdelmalek Cherrad
                    (Nassim Akrour 62'), Rafik Saïfi (Karim Ziani 46').
Belgium:            Geert De Vlieger (Frédéric Herpoel 46'); Olivier De Cock, Daniel Van Buyten
                    (Bernd Thijs 46'), Timmy Simons, Peter Van der Heyden; Gaëtan Englebert,
                    Yves Vanderhaeghe, Thomas Buffel (Sandy Martens 82'), Bart Goor 
                    (Tim Soetaers 86'); Wesley Sonck (Mbo Mpenza 54'), Emile Mpenza 
                    (Cédric Roussel 80').
Referee:            Djamel Baraket (Tunisia).
Coaches:            Algeria: Georges Leekens (Belgium).
                    Belgium: Aimé Antheunis.
Cards:              Algeria: Karim Ghazi [Y 21'], Nasreddine Kraouche [Y 51'], 
                             Nassim Akrour [Y 67'].
                    Belgium: Yves Vanderhaeghe [Y 34'].

12/02/2003, Guangzhou, Guangdong Olympic stadium
Friendly International
CHINA               0
BRAZIL              0
China:              Liu Yunfei; Yang Pu, Zheng Zhi, Li Weifeng, Wei Xin (Xiao Zhanbo 69');
                    Sun Jihai (Yu Genwei 85'), Li Xiaopeng (Xu Yunlong 24'), Li Tie,
                    Zhao Junzhe; Li Yi (Yang Chen 62'), Qi Hong (Li Jinyu 62'). 
Brazil:             Nelson Silva 'Dida'; Marcos de Morais 'Cafu', Luís da Silva 'Luisão',
                    Ânderson Polga, Roberto Carlos da Silva; José Kléberson 
                    (Antonio Reis 'Juninho Pernambucano' 74'), Gilberto da Silva,
                    Ronaldo de Assis 'Ronaldinho Gaúcho' (Denílson de Oliveira 62'),
                    Zé Roberto da Silva (Émerson da Rosa 74'); Ronaldo de Lima 
                    (Márcio Amoroso 46'), Rivaldo Ferreira. 
Referee:            Kim Tae-Young (South Korea).
Coaches:            China: Arie Haan (Netherlands).
                    Brazil: Carlos Alberto Parreira.
Cards:              China: Zhao Junzhe [Y 52'].
                    Brazil: None.

12/02/2003, Quito, Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa
Friendly International
ECUADOR             2 (Johnny Baldeón 24' 48')
ESTONIA             1 (Vjatšeslav Zahhovaiko 68')
Ecuador:            José Francisco Cevallos; Marlon Ayoví, Iván Hurtado, Geovanny Espinoza,
                    Fricson George; Edwin Tenorio, Edison Méndez (José Gavica 63'),
                    Alfonso Obregón, Kléber Chalá (Alejandro Castillo 82'); Roberto Mina
                    (Franklin Salas 22'), Johnny Baldeón (Walter Calderón 80').
Estonia:            Sergei Pareiko; Enar Jaager (Teet Allas 46'), Sergei Hohlov-Simson,
                    Taavi Rähn (Andrei Stepanov 65'), Urmas Rooba; Marko Kristal 
                    (Erko Saviauk 85'), Meelis Rooba, Ott Reinumäe (Kert Haavistu 46'),
                    Sergei Terehhov (Andres Oper 81'); Aleksander Saharov 
                    (Indrek Zelinski 55'), Vjatšeslav Zahhovaiko. 
Referee:            Luis Vasco (Ecuador).
Coaches:            Ecuador: Hernán Darío Gómez (Colombia).
                    Estonia: Arno Pijpers (Netherlands).
Cards:              Ecuador: None.
                    Estonia: Sergei Pareiko [Y 41'].

12/02/2003, Cairo, International stadium
Friendly International
EGYPT               1 (Ahmed Hassan 20')
DENMARK             4 (Claus Jensen 31', 68', 70', Jon Dahl Tomasson 60')
Egypt:              Nader El Sayed; Hani Ramzy; Hani Said, Abdelzaher El Sakka
                    (Wael Gomaa 88'), Bechir El Tabei, Tarek El Sayed; Ahmed Hassan,
                    Hossam Ghali, Ayman Abdelaziz (Mohamed Gouda 35'); Ahmed Hossam,
                    Hazem Emam (Shady Mohamed 71').
Denmark:            Thomas Sørensen; Jan Michaelsen (Brian Priske 87'), René Henriksen,
                    Martin Laursen, Niclas Jensen; Dennis Rommedahl (Jan Kristiansen 75'),
                    Christian Poulsen (Morten Wieghorst 63'), Thomas Gravesen
                    (Thomas Røll Larsen 72'), Jesper Grønkjær; Jon Dahl Tomasson, Claus Jensen.
Referee:            Essam Abd El Fatah (Egypt).
Coaches:            Egypt: Mohsen Saleh.
                    Denmark: Morten Olsen.
Cards:              Egypt: Tarek El Sayed [R 29'], Hossam Ghali [Y 63' R 90'].
                    Denmark: None.

12/02/2003, London, Upton Park, 34590
Friendly International
ENGLAND             1 (Francis Jeffers 69')
AUSTRALIA           3 (Tony Popovic 17', Harry Kewell 42', Brett Emerton 84')
England:            David James (Paul Robinson 46'); Gary Neville (Danny Mills 46'),
                    Rio Ferdinand (Wes Brown 46'), Sol Campbell (Ledley King 46'), Ashley Cole
                    (Paul Konchesky 46'); David Beckham [c] (Danny Murphy 46'), Paul Scholes
                    (Owen Hargreaves 46'), Frank Lampard (Jermaine Jenas 46'), Kieron Dyer
                    (Wayne Rooney 46'); James Beattie (Darius Vassell 46'), Michael Owen
                    (Francis Jeffers 46').
Australia:          Mark Schwarzer; Lucas Neill, Craig Moore, Tony Popovic (Tony Vidmar 72'),
                    Stanley Lazaridis; Brett Emerton, Josip Skoko (Marco Bresciano 46'),
                    Paul Okon, Scott Chipperfield (Vince Crella 77'); Harry Kewell
                    (John Aloisi 57'), Mark Viduka (Milo Sterjovski 85').
Referee:            Manuel Enrique Mejuto (Spain).
Coaches:            England: Sven-Göran Eriksson (Sweden).
                    Australia: Frank Farina.

12/02/2003, Tripoli, National Stadium, 52000
Friendly International
LIBYA               2 (Tarek Al Tayeb 27' pen, 60')
CANADA              4 (Kevin McKenna 18', Jim Brennan 34', Paul Stalteri 47',
                       Maycoll Canizalez 81')
Libya:
Canada:             Lars Hirschfeld (Pat Onstad 46'); Carl Fletcher, Paul Fenwick,
                    Jason de Vos, Richard Hastings; Atiba Hutchinson, Paul Stalteri,
                    Daniel Imhof (Mike Klukowski 60'), Jim Brennan (Chris Pozniak 88');
                    Kevin McKenna (Rob Friend 86'), Iain Hume (Maycoll Canizalez 65').
Referee:
Coaches:            Libya:
                    Canada: Holger Osieck (Germany).

12/02/2003, Phoenix (USA), Bank One Ballpark, 35000
Friendly International
MEXICO              0
COLOMBIA            0
Mexico:             Oswaldo Sánchez; Héctor Altamirano (José Castro 72'), Rafael Márquez,
                    Duilio Davino, Salvador Carmona; Pável Pardo, Israel López
                    (Juan Pablo Rodríguez 61'), Luis Pérez, Braulio Luna (Ramón Morales 46');
                    Cuauhtémoc Blanco (Eduardo Rergis 69'), Jared Borgetti (Jesús Olalde 46').
Colombia:           Oscar Córdoba; Gonzalo Martínez, Mario Yepes, Iván Córdoba, Gerardo Bedoya
                    (Roberto Carlos Cortés 80'); Freddy Grisales (Aldo Ramírez 46'),
                    Giovanni Hernández (Léider Preciado 76'), Alexander Viveros
                    (Carlos Ortiz 46'), John Restrepo; Juan Pablo Ángel, David Ferreira 
                    (Rafael Castillo 46'). 
Referee:            Ricardo Valenzuela (USA).
Coaches:            Mexico: Ricardo Lavolpe (Argentina).
                    Colombia: Francisco Maturana.
Cards:              Mexico: Salvador Carmona [Y 53'], Cuauhtémoc Blanco [Y 69'].
                    Colombia: Gonzalo Martinez [Y 53'], Gerardo Bedoya [Y 70'],
                              Roberto Carlos Cortés [Y 90+']

12/02/2003, Amsterdam, ArenA
Friendly International
NETHERLANDS         1 (Giovanni van Bronckhorst 87')
ARGENTINA           0
Netherlands:        Ronald Waterreus; Fernando Ricksen, Frank de Boer, Jaap Stam
                    (Michael Reiziger 46'), Boudewijn Zenden; Clarence Seedorf, Mark van Bommel
                    (Giovanni van Bronckhorst 71'), Philip Cocu (Paul Bosvelt 81'),
                    Edgar Davids; Ruud van Nistelrooij (Roy Makaay 46'), Patrick Kluivert. 
Argentina:          Pablo Cavallero; Roberto Ayala, Facundo Quiroga, Walter Samuel,
                    Juan Pablo Sorín; Javier Zanetti, Juan Sebastián Verón 
                    (Esteban Cambiasso 74'), Pablo Aimar; Ariel Ortega (Marcelo Gallardo 63'),
                    Claudio López (Santiago Solari 81'), Gustavo López (Javier Saviola 58').
Referee:            Kim Milton Nielsen (Denmark).
Coaches:            Netherlands: Dick Advocaat.
                    Argentina: Marcelo Bielsa.
Cards:              Netherlands: None.
                    Argentina: Walter Samuel [Y 19'], Claudio López [Y 48'].

12/02/2003, Radès, Stade du 7 Novembre
Friendly International
TUNISIA             1 (Najeh Braham 48')
SWEDEN              0
Tunisia:            Ali Boumnijel; Hatem Trabelsi, Radhi Jaïdi, Khaled Badra, José Clayton
                    (Anis Ayari 64'); Mehdi Nafti, Riadh Bouazizi (Jhawer Mnari 46'),
                    Slim Ben Achour, Mourad Melki (Nabil Messaoui 78'); Najeh Braham,
                    Imed Mhedhebi (Ziad Jaziri 46'(Ahmed Hammi 90')). 
Sweden:             Magnus Hedman; Mikael Gustavsson, Olof Mellberg, Michael Svensson,
                    Erik Edman; Anders Svensson, Marcus Lantz, Anders Andersson 
                    (Marcus Allbäck 70'), Kim Källstrom (Niclas Alexandersson 70');
                    Andreas Andersson, Rade Prica.
Referee:            Jamel Haimoudi (Algeria).
Coaches:            Tunisia: Roger Lemerre (France).
                    Sweden: Tommy Söderberg.
Cards:              Tunisia: Imed Mhedhebi [Y].
                    Sweden: Erik Edman [Y 74'].

16/02/2003, Wuhan
Friendly International
CHINA               1 (Li Weifeng 68')
ESTONIA             O
China:              Liu Yunfei (Yu Weiliang 46'); Yang Pu, Zheng Zhi, Li Weifeng, Wei Xin;
                    Li Xiaopeng, Du Ping (Qi Hong 46'), Xiao Zhanbo (Li Ming 46'), Zhao Junzhe;
                    Zhang Yuning (Qu Shengqing 66'), Li Jinyu (Li Yi 46').
Estonia:            Pavel Kiseljov; Teet Allas, Andrei Stepanov, Sergei Hohlov-Simson,
                    Taavi Rähn (Ott Reinumäe 87'); Marko Kristal (Dmitri Ustritski 87'),
                    Kert Haavistu (Martin Reim 65'), Meelis Rooba, Sergei Terehhov 
                    (Aleksander Saharov 74'); Indrek Zelinski, Vjatšeslav Zahovaiko.
Referee:             
Coaches:            China: Arie Haan (Netherlands).
                    Estonia: Arno Pijpers (Netherlands).

16/02/2003, Bangkok (Thailand), Suphachalasai National Stadium
King's Cup
SWEDEN              3 (Johan Elmander 17', 25', Niklas Skoog 82')
QATAR               2 (Hussain Yaser Abdulrahman 54', Mohamed Salem Al-Enazi 90' pen)
Sweden:             Andreas Isaksson; Martin Ulander, Daniel Majstorovic, Tommy Jönsson,
                    Mikael Dorsin; Andreas Johansson (Christoffer Andersson 82'),
                    Markus Johannesson, Mikael Nilsson, Alexander Farnerud 
                    (Stefan Ishizaki 68'); Niklas Skoog, Johan Elmander (Tobias Grahn 85').
Qatar:              Hussein Al-Rumaihi; Saad Al-Shemmari, Ibrahim Al-Ghanem, Anwar Mohamed,
                    Saoud Fateh Al-Kathiri (Jassem Al-Tamimi 82'); Yasser Nazmi Al-Qusi,
                    Jaffal Rashid Al-Kuwari, Hussain Yaser Abdulrahman, Abdullah Mohammed;
                    Mohamed Salem Al-Enazi, Mubarak Mustafa (Sayed Ali Bechir 62').
Referee:            Panya Hanlumyaung (Thailand).
Coaches:            Sweden: Tommy Söderberg.
                    Qatar: Pierre Lechantre (France).
Cards:              Sweden: Markus Johannesson [Y], Andreas Johansson [Y].
                    Qatar: Yasser Nazmi Al-Qusi [Y], Saad Al Shemmari [Y],
                           Ibrahim Al-Ghanem [Y].
Note:               Sweden fielded a team of local players as the tournament was outside
                    the FIFA calendar. The match is still official for Sweden.

18/02/2003, Wuhan
Friendly International
CHINA OLYMPIC       2
ESTONIA             2
China Olympic:      Yang Jun; Sun Ji, Du Wei, Zhou Lin, Sun Xiang; Wang Xinxin, Lu Feng,
                    Wu Wei'an, Wu Pingfeng, Gao Ming; Yu Tao.
Estonia:            Rene Kaas; Teet Allas, Taavi Rähn, Enar Jääger, Antti Arst; Joel Lindpere
                    (Marko Kristal 73'), Meelis Rooba (Martin Reim 78'), Ott Reinumäe,
                    Kert Haavistu; Aleksander Saharov, Dmitri Ustritski 
                    (Vjatšeslav Zahhovaiko 56').
Coaches:            China: Shen Xiangfu.
                    Estonia: Arno Pijpers (Netherlands).
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

18/02/2003, Bangkok (Thailand), Suphachalasai National Stadium
34th King's Cup
SWEDEN              1 (Niklas Skoog 21')
NORTH KOREA         1 (Pak Yong-Chol 84')
Sweden:             Eddie Gustafsson; David Marek, Per Nilsson, Fredrik Lundqvist,
                    Christoffer Andersson; Christian Wilhelmsson (Andreas Johansson 65'),
                    Stefan Ishizaki (Markus Johannesson 87'), Mattias Lindström,
                    Kennedy Bakircioglü; Niklas Skoog (Johan Elmander 46'), Tobias Grahn.
North Korea:        Ri Myong-Dok; Ri Pyong-Sam, Pak Yong-Chol, So Hyok-Chol, Nam Song-Chol;
                    Myong Song-Chol, Jon Yong-Chol (Choe Tu-Yong 73'), An Yong-Mu,
                    Kim Myong-Won (Choe Ung-Chon 52'); Hong Yong-Jo, Pak Song-Gwan 
                    (Rim Kun-Uk 56').
Referee:            Mongkol Rungklay (Thailand).
Coaches:            Sweden: Tommy Söderberg.
                    North Korea: Ri Jong-Man.
Cards:              Sweden: none.
                    North Korea: Ri Myong-Dok [Y], Ri Pyong-Sam [Y]..
Note:               Sweden fielded a makeshift team made of local players as 
                    the tournament is out of FIFA calendar.

20/02/2003, Bangkok, Suphachalasai National Stadium
34th King's Cup
THAILAND            1 (Narongchai Vachiraban 80')
SWEDEN              4 (Thanongsak Pajakkata 47' OG, Johan Elmander 63', Alexander Farnerud 66',
                       Daniel Majstorovic 69')
Thailand:           Phasa Meesattham; Niweat Siriwong, Peeratat Phoruandee, Rungroch Sawangsri,
                    Thanongsak Pajakkata; Apichate Puttan (Jetsada Jitsawad 68'),
                    Therdsak Chaiman, Datsakorn Thonglao, Narongchai Vachiraban;
                    Beckenbauer Sue-In (Pravit Vasuntra 74'), Manit Noyvach.
Sweden:             Andreas Isaksson; Fredrik Lundqvist, Daniel Majstorovic, Tommy Jönsson,
                    Mikael Dorsin; Alexander Farnerud, Mikael Nilsson (Martin Ulander 76'),
                    Markus Johannesson (Stefan Ishizaki 76'), Kennedy Bakircioglü 
                    (Mattias Lindström 81'); Andreas Johansson, Johan Elmander.
Referee:            Lee Ki-Young (South Korea).
Coaches:            Thailand: Peter Withe (England).
                    Sweden: Tommy Söderberg.
Cards:              Thailand: Preratat Phoruandee [Y].
Note:               Sweden fielded a team of local players as the tournament was outside
                    the FIFA calendar. The match is still official for Sweden.

22/02/2003, Bangkok (Thailand), Suphachalasai National Stadium
34th King's Cup (Final)
SWEDEN              4 (Niklas Skoog 2', 75', Tobias Grahn 26', Markus Johannesson 54')
NORTH KOREA         0
Sweden:             Eddie Gustafsson; Martin Ulander (Fredric Lundqvist 68'),
                    Daniel Majostorovic, Per Nilsson, Christoffer Andersson; Mattias Lindström,
                    Marcus Johannesson, Stefan Ishizaki (Christian Wilhelmsson 26'),
                    Mikael Nilsson; Tobias Grahn, Niklas Skoog (Alexander Farnerud 77').
North Korea:        Jang Jong-Hyok (Jon Tae Yong 57'); Choe Hyon-U, Pak Yong-Chol,
                    So Hyok-Chol (Ryang Myong-Il 28'), Nam Song-Chol; Myong Song-Chol,
                    An Yong-Mu, Rim Kun-Uk, Kim Myong-Won (Choe Tu Yong 26'); Hong Yong-Jo,
                    Pak Song-Gwan. 
Referee:            Chaiwat Kunsuta (Thailand).
Coaches:            Sweden: Tommy Söderberg.
                    North Korea: Ri Jong-Man.
Note:               Sweden fielded a team of local players as the tournament was outside
                    the FIFA calendar. The match is still official for Sweden.

23/02/2003, Lima, Estadio Alejandro Villanueva
Friendly International
PERU                5 (José Soto 13' pen, 83', Antonio Serrano 19', Jorge Soto 26',
                       Jefferson Farfán 84')
HAITI               1 (Jean-Robert Menelas 50')
Peru:               Oscar Ibáñez; Jorge Soto, Miguel Villalta (Jorge Araujo 61'), José Soto,
                    José Moisella (Guillermo Salas 59'); Henry Quinteros (Alfredo Carmona 69'),
                    Juan Jayo, Fernando Del Solar (Aldo Olcese 59'), Carlos Zegarra;
                    Jefferson Farfán (Miguel Mosto 89'), Antonio Serrano (Johan Sotil 61').
Haití:              Augustin Clamart (Rosario Lauture 9'); Roosevelt Désir
                    (Jean Luicadet Olman 46'), Jean-Jacques Pierre, Eddy César, Frantz Gilles
                    (Daniel Mentor 65'); Gabriel Michel (Alexandre Boucicaut 70'),
                    Romulus Turlien (Stephane Guillaume 78'), Peter Germain 
                    (James Saint-Cyr 70'), James Dorcelus; Pierre Golman, Jean-Robert Ménélas.
Referee:            Víctor Hugo Rivera (Peru).
Coaches:            Peru: Paulo César Autuori (Brazil).
                    Haiti: Caetano Rodrigues (Brazil).

19/03/2003, Port Said
Friendly International
EGYPT               6 (Gamal Hamza 14', 35', 37', Tarek El-Sayed 42', Fouad Souayyah 49',
                       Abdel Halim Ali 79' pen)
QATAR               0
Egypt:              Essam El-Hadary (Abdel Wahed El-Sayed 50'); Sayed Abdel Hafiz
                    (Ahmed Fathi 46'), Besheer El-Tabei (Wael Gomaa 46'), Hady Khashaba
                    (Emad El-Nahhas), Abdel Zaher El-Saqua (Shady Mohamed), Tarek El-Sayed
                    (Sayed Meawwad); Ahmed Hassan, Hossam Ghali, Mohamed Gouda
                    (Tarek El-Said 46'); Abdel Halim Ali, Gamal Hamza (Ahmed Salah Hosny 46').
Qatar:
Referee:            Reda El Beltagy (Egypt).
Coaches:            Egypt: Mohsen Saleh.
                    Qatar: Pierre Lechantre (France).

19/03/2003, Irving (USA), Texas Stadium
Friendly International
MEXICO              2 (Pavel Pardo 27', Jesús Olalde 72')
BOLIVIA             0
Mexico:             Adolfo Ríos; Salvador Carmona, Duilio Davino, Omar Briceño, Octavio Valdez;
                    Luis Pérez (Fernando Arce 70'), Pavel Pardo, José Antonio Castro
                    (Héctor Altamirano 46'), Ramón Morales (Christian Patiño 46'); Omar Bravo
                    (Jesús Olalde 46'), Jared Borgetti.
Bolivia:            Hugo Suárez; Wilson Escalante, Ronald Arana, Ronald Raldés, Johnny Nay 
                    (Joselito Vaca 46'); Raúl Gutiérrez (Carlos Suárez 80'), Lorgio Álvarez,
                    Richard Rojas, Diego Bengolea (Gualberto Mojica 46'); Roger Suárez,
                    José Alfredo Castillo. 
Referee:            Kevin Terry (USA).
Coaches:            Mexico: Ricardo Lavolpe (Argentina).
                    Bolivia: Walter Roque (Uruguay).
Cards:              Mexico: none.
                    Bolivia: Richard Rojas [Y 79'].

26/03/2003, San Diego (USA), Qualcomm Stadium
Friendly International
MEXICO              1 (Cristian Patiño 72')
PARAGUAY            1 (José Cardozo 74')
Mexico:             Adolfo Ríos; Salvador Carmona (Israel López 79'), Duilio Davino,
                    Omar Briceño (José Castro 62'), Octavio Valdez; Luis Pérez
                    (Juan Pablo Rodríguez 68'), Pavel Pardo, Rafael Márquez, Ramón Morales
                    (Christian Patiño 65'); Omar Bravo (Jesús Olalde 66'), Jared Borgetti.
Paraguay:           Justo Villar; Emilio Martínez, Ruben Maldonado, Paulo Da Silva,
                    Denis Caniza; Carlos Bonet, Jorge Britez (Salvador Cabañas 71'),
                    Ángel Ortiz, Víctor Hugo Ortiz (Daniel Sanabria 86');
                    Roque Santa Cruz, José Cardozo. 
Referee:            Michael Kennedy (USA).
Coaches:            Mexico: Ricardo Lavolpe (Argentina).
                    Paraguay: Aníbal Ruíz.
Cards:              Mexico: Luis Pérez [Y 36'], Rafael Márquez [Y 82'].
                    Paraguay: Jorge Brites [Y 33'], Ruben Maldonado [81'].

28/03/2003, Tokyo, Kasumigaoka National stadium
Friendly International
JAPAN               2 (Shunsuke Nakamura 23' pen, Junichi Inamoto 57')
URUGUAY             2 (Diego Forlán 21', Alejandro Lembo 25')
Japan:              Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi; Akira Narahashi, Yutaka Akita, Ryuzo Morioka,
                    Toshihiro Hattori; Hidetoshi Nakata, Junichi Inamoto, Shinji Ono 
                    (Koji Nakata 46'), Shunsuke Nakamura (Alexsandro Santos 'Alex' 46'),
                    Takayuki Suzuki (Teruaki Kurobe 76'), Naohiro Takahara.
Uruguay:            Fabián Carini; Bruno Silva (Carlos Ensenat 81'), Alejandro Lembo,
                    Gonzalo Sorondo, Darío Rodríguez; Sebastián Eguren
                    (Juan Ramón Curbelo 90+'), Marcelo Sosa, Pablo Lima, Álvaro Recoba;
                    Diego Forlán (Fabián Estoyanoff 84'), Javier Chevantón 
                    (Horacio Peralta 64').
Referee:            Kim Tae-Young (South Korea).
Coaches:            Japan: Artur Coimbra 'Zico' (Brazil).
                    Uruguay: Gustavo Ferrin.
Cards:              Japan: none.
                    Uruguay: Darío Rodríguez [Y 20'], Diego Forlán [Y 30'], 
                             Álvaro Recoba [Y 79'], Horacio Peralta [Y 90'].

29/03/2003, Busan, Asiad stadium
Friendly International
SOUTH KOREA         0
COLOMBIA            0
South Korea:        Lee Woon-Jae, Choi Sung-Yong, Lee Min-Sung (Cho Byung-Gook 46'),
                    Kim Tae-Young, Lee Young-Pyo; Lee Cheon-Soo (Choi Sung-Gook 43'),
                    Kim Nam-Il (Woo Sung-Yong 79'), Ahn Jung-Hwan, Yoo Sang-Cheol;
                    Choi Yong-Soo (Kim Sang-Shik 61'), Seol Ki-Hyun.
Colombia:           Farid Mondragón; Gonzalo Martínez, Iván Córdoba, Mario Yepes,
                    Brahaman Sinisterra; Harold Lozano, Rubén Velásquez (Andrés Pérez 46'),
                    Aldo Ramírez (Avimiled Rivas 46'), Andrés Sarmiento; Mayer Candelo 
                    (Wilson Carpintero 56'), Jairo Castillo (Jaime Ruíz 87').
Referee:            Yoshitsugu Katayama (Japan).
Coaches:            South Korea: Humberto Coelho (Portugal).
                    Colombia: Francisco Maturana.

29/03/2003, Tallinn, Le Coq Arena
Friendly International
ESTONIA             2 (Andres Oper 72', 90+')
CANADA              1 (Paul Stalteri 49')
Estonia:            Mart Poom; Teet Allas, Marek Lemsalu, Enar Jaager, Urmas Rooba;
                    Marko Kristal, Ott Reinumäe (Liivo Leetma 60'), Kert Haavistu 
                    (Ingemar Teever 81'), Sergei Terehhov; Indrek Zelinski (Andres Oper 62'),
                    Vjatšeslav Zahovaiko (Kristen Viikmäe 46').
Canada:             Patrick Onstad; Carl Fletcher (Chris Pozniak 55'), Paul Fenwick,
                    Richard Hastings, Jim Brennan; Julian de Guzman, Paul Stalteri, 
                    Daniel Imhof, Martin Nash; Kevin McKenna, Carlo Corazzin 
                    (Robert Friend 78').
Referee:            Martin Hansson (Sweden).
Coaches:            Estonia: Arno Pijpers (Netherlands).
                    Canada: Holger Osieck (Germany).
Cards:              Estonia: Kert Haavistu [Y 18'], Indrek Zelinski [Y 47'], 
                             Urmas Rooba [Y 70']
                    Canada: Julian de Guzman [Y 78'], Martin Nash [Y 90'].

29/03/2003, Porto, Estadio Das Antas
Friendly International
PORTUGAL            2 (Pedro Resende 'Pauleta' 8', Anderson de Souza 'Deco' 82')
BRAZIL              1 (Ronaldo de Assis 'Ronaldinho Gaúcho' 65' pen)
Portugal:           Ricardo Pereira; Paulo Ferreira, Fernando Couto, Fernando Meira,
                    Rui Jorge; Sérgio Conceição (Anderson de Souza 'Deco' 62'), Maniche Ribeiro
                    (Luis Loureiro 77'), Rui Costa, Francisco da Costa 'Costinha';
                    Pedro Resende 'Pauleta', Simão Sabrosa (Miguel Monteiro 87').
Brazil:             Marcos Reis; Marcos de Morais 'Cafu', Luís da Silva 'Luisão',
                    Edmílson Moraes, Roberto Carlos da Silva; José Kléberson,
                    Ronaldo de Assis 'Ronaldinho Gaúcho', Gilberto da Silva,
                    Zé Roberto da Silva (Márcio Amoroso 46' (Jenílson de Souza 'Júnior' 85'));
                    Ronaldo de Lima (Adriano Ribeiro 46'), Rivaldo Ferreira.
Referee:            Alon Yefet (Israel).
Coaches:            Portugal: Luiz Felipe Scolari (Brazil).
                    Brazil: Carlos Alberto Parreira.
Cards:              Portugal: Fernando Couto [Y 43'].
                    Brazil: Ronaldo de Assis 'Ronaldinho Gaúcho' [Y 57'],
                            Gilberto da Silva [Y 67'], Roberto Carlos da Silva [R 81'].

29/03/2003, Seattle, Seahawks Stadium
Friendly International
USA                 2 (Jovan Kirovski 52', Landon Donovan 76')
VENEZUELA           0
USA:                Kasey Keller; Steve Cherundolo (Frankie Hejduk 66'), Carlos Bocanegra,
                    Eddie Pope (Nick Garcia 85'), Robert Convey; DaMarcus Beasley,
                    Pablo Mastroeni, John O'Brien, Chris Klein (Earnie Stewart 46');
                    Brian McBride (Edson Buddle 80'), Jovan Kirovski (Landon Donovan 60').
Venezuela:          Gilberto Angelucci; Luis Vallenilla (Wilfredo Alvarado 81'), Leonel Vielma,
                    José Manuel Rey, Jorge Rojas; Luis Vera (Javier Villafraz 46'),
                    Leopoldo Jiménez, Gabriel Urdaneta (Giovanni Pérez 68'), Ricardo Páez;
                    Daniel Noriega (Christian Cásseres 68'), Juan García (Wilfredo Moreno 46').
Referee:            Michael Seifert (Canada).
Coaches:            USA: Bruce Arena.
                    Venezuela: Richard Páez.
Cards:              USA: Steve Cherundolo [Y 59'].
                    Venezuela: Luis Vallenilla [Y 52'], Gilberto Angelucci [R 86'].

29/03/2003, Alajuela, Estadio Alejandro Morera
Friendly International
COSTA RICA          2 (Winston Parks 36', Try Bennett 89')
PARAGUAY            1 (Julio César Cáceres 53')
Costa Rica:         Álvaro Mesén; Mauricio Wright, Luis Marín, Gilberto Martínez,
                    Carlos Castro (Try Bennett 56'); Wilmer López (Jafet Soto 56'),
                    Walter Centeno (Daniel Fonseca 70'), Daniel Vallejos, Leonardo González;
                    Rolando Fonseca, Winston Parks (Erick Scott 46').
Paraguay:           José Luis Chilavert (Ricardo Tavarelli 46'); Emilio Martínez,
                    Julio César Cáceres, Rubén Maldonado, Paulo Da Silva; Jorge Britez 
                    (Nelson Isasi 64'), Ángel Ortiz, Víctor Quintana, Víctor Hugo Ortiz
                    (Jorge Campos 46'); Pablo Jiménez (Fredy Bareiro 46'), Salvador Cabañas 
                    (Wálter Avalos 78'). 
Referee:            Wálter Quesada (Costa Rica) .
Coaches:            Costa Rica: Steve Sampson (USA).
                    Paraguay: Aníbal Ruíz.
Cards:              Costa Rica: Mauricio Wright [R 90'].
                    Paraguay: none.

02/04/2003, Minsk, Dinamo, 4000
Friendly International
BELARUS             2 (Maxim Tsygalko 26', Igor Rozhkov 52') 
UZBEKISTAN          2 (Aleksandr Khvostunov 66' pen, Aleksandr Geynrikh 69')
Belarus:            Yuri Tsygalko (Yuri Zhevnov 46'); Aleksandr Lukhvich 
                    (Sergei Omelyanchuk 63'), Aleksandr Khrapkovski, Sergei Shtanyuk
                    (Dmitri Rovneïko 46'), Sergei Kovalchuk (Vladimir Shuneïko 46');
                    Sergei Gurenko, Denis Kovba (Aleksandr Kulchiy 46'), Vitali Volodenkov,
                    Maxim Romashchenko; Vitali Kutuzov (Igor Rozhkov 46'), Maxim Tsygalko
                    (Valentin Belkevich 46').
Uzbekistan:         Aleksey Polyakov (Yevgeny Safonov 60'); Aleksandr Khvostunov,
                    Bakhtiyor Ashurmatov, Andrey Fëdorov, Maxim Ousmanov; Andrey Akopyants,
                    Viktor Karpyenko (Rinat Bayramov 72'), Andrey Vlasichev, Nikolaï Shirshov;
                    Maxim Shatskhikh (Aleksandr Geynrikh 54'), Vladimir Shishelov 
                    (Anvar Berdyev 87').
Referee:            Romans Lajuks (Latvia).
Coaches:            Belarus: Eduard Malofeyev.
                    Uzbekistan: Viktor Borisov.
Cards:              Belarus: none.
                    Uzbekistan: Nikolaï Shirshov [Y 80'].

02/04/2003, Caracas, Estadio Olímpico 
Friendly International
VENEZUELA           2 (Gabriel Urdaneta 11' pen, Ricardo Páez 38')
JAMAICA             0
Venezuela:          Gilberto Angelucci (Manuel Sanhouse 50'); Héctor González 
                    (Leonel Vielma 81'), Alejandro Cichero (Andrés Rouga 77'), 
                    Wilfredo Alvarado, Luis Vallenilla (Giovanni Rivero 66');
                    Miguel Mea Vitali, Leopoldo Jiménez (Javier Villafraz 66'), Ricardo Páez,
                    Gabriel Urdaneta (Christian Cásseres 59'); Wilfredo Moreno 
                    (Daniel Noriega 59'), Juan Arango.
Jamaica:            Shawn Sawyers (Aaron Lawrence 46'); Shavar Thomas; Gerald Neil,
                    Linval Dixon (Oneil Dunn 80'), Claude Davis, Robert Scarlett 
                    (Damion Williams 78'); Omar Daley, Cornel Chin-Sue, Jermaine Hue 
                    (Christopher Nicholas 57'); Fabian Dawkins (Jonathan Williams 75'),
                    Roen Nelson (Nicholas McCreath 68').
Referee:            Segundo Díaz (Ecuador).
Coaches:            Venezuela: Richard Páez.
                    Jamaica: Carl Brown.
Cards:              Venezuela: Wilfredo Alvarado [Y 84'].
                    Jamaica: Cornel Chin-Sue [Y 68'], Aaron Lawrence [Y 82'].

02/04/2003, Tegucigalpa, Estadio Nacional
Friendly International
HONDURAS            1 (Amado Guevara 14') 
PARAGUAY            1 (Víctor Quintana 55') 
Honduras:           Noel Valladares; Mario Beata; Edgard Álvarez (Reynaldo Tilguath 85'),
                    Sergio Mendoza (Wilson Palacios 46'), Milton Palacios, Rony Morales;
                    Walter Hernández (Emil Martínez 66'), Jaime Rosales (Héctor Gutiérrez 85'),
                    Iván Guerrero; Amado Guevara, Francisco Ramírez (Juan Cárcamo 66').
Paraguay:           José Luis Chilavert (Ricardo Tavarelli 46'); Néstor Isasi
                    (Jorge Britez 75'), Julio Cáceres, Jacinto Zorilla, Paulo Da Silva;
                    Santiago Salcedo (Salvador Cabañas 56'), Ángel Ortiz, Víctor Quintana,
                    Jorge Campos (Jorge Núñez 71'); Dante López (Fredy Bareiro 81'),
                    José Cardozo (Walter Avalos 88').
Referee:            Carlos Batres (Guatemala).
Coaches:            Honduras: Edwin Pavón.
                    Paraguay: Aníbal Ruíz.
Cards:              Honduras: Sergio Mendoza [Y 27'].
                    Paraguay: Víctor Quintana [Y 43'], Jorge Núñez [Y 81'].

30/04/2003, Santiago, Estadio Nacional, 8618
Friendly International
CHILE               1 (Pablo Contreras 60')
COSTA RICA          0
Chile:              Alex Varas; Cristián Álvarez, Jorge Vargas, Pablo Contreras,
                    Rodrigo Tello (Rodrigo Pérez 46'); Fernando Martel (Boris González 68'),
                    Clarence Acuña (Rodrigo Meléndez 46'), Milovan Mirosevic, Jorge Acuña
                    (Nicolás Córdova 68'); Reinaldo Navia, Mauricio Pinilla (Joel Soto 52').
Costa Rica:         Ricardo González; Mauricio Wright; Alexander Castro (Try Bennett 70'),
                    Luis Marín, Leonardo González, Carlos Castro; Walter Centeno 
                    (Pablo Chinchilla 86'), Mauricio Solís, Wílmer López (Jafet Soto 77');
                    Steve Bryce (Andy Herrón 55'), Winston Parks (Álvaro Saborío 15').
Referee:            Ubaldo Aquino (Paraguay). 
Coaches:            Chile: Juvenal Olmos.
                    Costa Rica: Steve Sampson (USA).
Cards:              Chile: Fernando Martel [Y 57'], Jorge Acuña [Y 68'], 
                           Rodrigo Meléndez [Y 90+'].
                    Costa Rica: Mauricio Solís [Y], Leonardo González [Y],
                                Walter Centeno [Y 45'].

30/04/2003, Miami (USA), Orange Bowl
Friendly International
COLOMBIA            0
HONDURAS            0
Honduras:           Héctor Medina; Wilson Palacios, Milton Palacios, Sergio Mendoza,
                    Rony Morales; Edgar Álvarez, Jaime Rosales, Walter Hernández,
                    Leonardo Isaula (Eric Vallecillo 82'); Danilo Turcios (Emil Martínez 74'),
                    Pompilio Cacho (Saúl Martínez 46' (Wilmer Velásquez 86')).
Colombia:           Farid Mondragón; Gonzalo Martínez, José Mera, Amaranto Perea,
                    Brahaman Sinisterra (Javier Martínez 46' (Edgar Ramos 78')); Franky Oviedo
                    (Jairo Patiño 46'), Giovani Hernández, Rubén Velázquez (David Montoya 46'),
                    John Javier Restrepo; Luis Gabriel Rey (Elson Becerra 46'),
                    Johnnier Montaño.
Referee:            Michael Kennedy (USA).
Coaches:            Honduras: Edwin Pavón.
                    Colombia: Francisco Maturana.
Cards:              Honduras: Walter Hernández [Y 54'], Sergio Mendoza [R 77'].
                    Colombia: John Javier Restrepo [Y 34'], Rubén Velázquez [Y 44'], 
                              Gonzalo Martínez [Y 45'].

30/04/2003, Saint-Denis, Stade de France
Friendly International
FRANCE              5 (Thierry Henry 26', 34', Robert Pires 45+', Djibril Cissé 62',
                       Olivier Kapo 79')
EGYPT               0
France:             Fabien Barthez; Willy Sagnol, William Gallas, Marcel Desailly
                    (Philippe Mexès 75'), Bixente Lizarazu; Sylvain Wiltord
                    (Daniel Moreira 71'), Benoît Pedretti, Olivier Dacourt, Robert Pires
                    (Jérôme Rothen 66'); Djibril Cissé (Mikaël Silvestre 83'), Thierry Henry
                    (Olivier Kapo 58').
Egypt:              Essam El Hadary; Ahmed Fathi, Abdel Zaher El Sakka, Beshir El Tabei,
                    Tarek El Sayed (Tarek El Said 72'); Ahmed Hassan, Hossam Ghaly 
                    (Hazem Emam 75'), Ayman Abd El Aziz, Hany Said; Ahmed Hossam,
                    Gamal Hamza (Mohamed Gouda 46').
Referee:            Massimo Busacca (Szwitzerland).
Coaches:            France: Jacques Santini.
                    Egypt: Mohsen Saleh.

30/04/2003, Tripoli, June 11th stadium
Friendly International
LIBYA               1 (Tareq Tayeb 66')
ARGENTINA           3 (Javier Saviola 22', Juan Ramón Riquelme 67', Pablo Aimar 89')
Libya:              Moftah Garzal; Ramzi Soeaker, Omar Maremi, Sami Gaid, Osama Hamadi;
                    Saadi Khadafi (Ahmed Saad 85'), Nader Targhouni (Marai Ramsi 84'),
                    Ridha Tawargi; Jihad Montasser (Khaled Hossen 72'), Tareq Tayeb,
                    Ahmed Masli (Khaled Margani 75').
Argentina:          Pablo Cavallero; Facundo Quiroga, Fabricio Coloccini, Diego Placente,
                    Juan Pablo Sorín (Gabriel Heinze 46'); Lucas Castromán 
                    (Juan Ramón Riquelme 46'), Esteban Cambiasso, Pablo Aimar, Santiago Solari
                    (Marcelo Gallardo 46'); Luciano Galletti, Javier Saviola
                    (Lionel Scaloni 72'). 
Referee:            Abdel Zahmul (Tunisia).
Coaches:            Libya:
                    Argentina: Marcelo Bielsa.
Cards:              Libya:
                    Argentina: Pablo Aimar [Y 7'].

30/04/2003, Vaduz, Rheinpark
Friendly International
LIECHTENSTEIN       1 (Franz Burgmeier 22')
SAUDI ARABIA        0
Liechtenstein:      Peter Jehle; Martin Telser, Daniel Hasler, Frédéric Gigon
                    (Jürgen Ospelt 89'), Michael Stocklasa; Mario Frick (Matthias Beck 60'),
                    Martin Stocklasa, Andreas Gerster; Thomas Beck, Fabio D'Elia,
                    Franz Burgmeier.
Saudi Arabia:       Tisir Al-Antaif; Nasser Al-Halawi, Jaber Hagawi, Hamad Al-Montasheri,
                    Saoud Al-Khaybari; Mohammed Noor Hawsawi, Abdullah H. Al-Shahrani
                    (Manaf Abu Shgeir 80'), Saud Khariri; Talal Al-Meshal, Yasser Al-Qahtani
                    (Beshir Al-Dossary 72'), Bandar Temim Al-Dossary 
                    (Abdulaziz Al-Janoubi 57').
Referee:            René Rogalla (Switzerland).
Coaches:            Liechtenstein: Ralf Loose.
                    Saudi Arabia: Gerard van der Lem (Netherlands).

30/04/2003, Guadalajara, Estadio Jalisco
Friendly International
MEXICO              0
BRAZIL              0
Mexico:             Oswaldo Sánchez; Salvador Carmona, Duilio Davino, Omar Briceño,
                    Octavio Valdez (Eduardo Rergis 76'); Pável Pardo (Israel López 46'),
                    Rafael Márquez (José Antonio Castro 73'), Ramón Morales 
                    (Irving Rubirosa 46'); Jesús Arellano (Alberto Medina 73'), Jared Borgetti,
                    Omar Bravo (Luis Ernesto Pérez 56').
Brazil:             Nelson Silva 'Dida'; Juliano Belletti, Ânderson Polga
                    (Luís da Silva 'Luisão' 46'), Edmílson de Moraes,
                    Jenílson de Souza 'Júnior' (Athirson Mazzoli e Oliveira 64');
                    José Kléberson Pereira, Gilberto da Silva (Émerson da Rosa 64'), 
                    Ronaldo de Assis 'Ronaldinho Gaúcho', Zé Roberto da Silva 
                    (Diego da Cunha 84'); Márcio Amoroso dos Santos 
                    (Antonio Reis 'Juninho Pernambucano' 50'), Ronaldo de Lima.
Referee:            Oscar Ruíz (Colombia) 
Coaches:            Mexico: Ricardo Lavolpe (Argentina).
                    Brazil: Carlos Alberto Parreira.
Cards:              Mexico: Rafael Márquez [Y 40'], Omar Bravo [Y 45'+].
                    Brazil: Ânderson Polga [Y 27'],
                            Ronaldo de Assis 'Ronaldinho Gaúcho' [Y 35'].

30/04/2003, Cape Town, Athlone Stadium
Friendly International
SOUTH AFRICA        0
JAMAICA             0
South Africa:       Brian Baloyi; Lucky Lekgwathi, John Mbulelo Mabizela, Tony Coyle,
                    Mandla Zwane; Sibusiso Zuma, Tebeho Mokoena, MacBeth Sibaya,
                    Stanton Fredericks; Lesley Manyathela, Nkosinathi Nhleko (Joel Seroba 63').
Jamaica:            Donovan Ricketts; Gerald Neil, Tyrone Marshall, Claude Davis,
                    Michael Johnson; Omar Daley, Jermaine Johnson (Cornel Chin Sue 87'),
                    Fitzroy Simpson, Damion Stewart; Paul Hall, Darren Byfield 
                    (Fabian Taylor 78').
Referee:            Joseph Musasa (Zimbabwe).
Coaches:            South Africa: Ephraim Mashaba.
                    Jamaica: Carl Brown.
Cards:              South Africa:
                    Jamaica: Jermaine Johnson [Y 59'].

30/04/2003, Madrid, Vicente Calderón
Friendly International
SPAIN               4 (Javi de Pedro 15', Fernando Morientes 21', 23', 64')
ECUADOR             0
Spain:              Santiago Cañizares (Iker Casillas 76'); Míchel Salgado (Gabri García 46'),
                    Carlos Marchena, Iván Helguera (César Martín 46'), Agustín Aranzábal
                    (Raúl Bravo 46'); Joaquín Sánchez, Xabi Alonso (Sergio González 66'),
                    Rubén Baraja (José María Gutiérrez 'Guti' 66'), Javi de Pedro;
                    Fernando Morientes (José Mari Romero 66'), Juan Carlos Valerón.
Ecuador:            José Francisco Cevallos; Ulises De la Cruz, Augusto Poroso 
                    (Geovanny Espinoza 27'), Iván Hurtado, Fricson George; Edwin Tenorio 
                    (Iván Kaviedes 27' (Wellington Sánchez 75')), Kléber Chalá 
                    (Franklin Salas 81'), Edison Méndez, Marlon Ayoví; Alex Aguinaga
                    (Ángel Fernández 75'), Carlos Tenorio (Nicolás Asencio 75').
Referee:            Sergo Kvaratskhelia (Georgia).
Coaches:            Spain: Iñaki Sáez.
                    Ecuador: Hernán Darío Gómez (Colombia).
Cards:              Spain: Rubén Baraja [Y 19'].
                    Ecuador: Edwin Tenorio [Y 18'], Alex Aguinaga [Y 38'], 
                             Franklin Salas [Y 88'].

30/04/2003, Toshkent, Central Stadium Pakhtator, 4000
Friendly International
UZBEKISTAN          1 (Vladimir Shishelov 43')
BELARUS             2 (Vladimir Shuneïko 15', Vitali Kutuzov 53')
Uzbekistan:         Aleksey Polyakov; Asror Alikulov (Maxim Ousmanov 46'),
                    Bakhtiyor Ashurmatov, Andrey Fëdorov, Nikolaï Shirshov; 
                    Andrey Akopyants, Viktor Karpenko (Ilyas Zheytullaev 75'), 
                    Leonid Koshelev (Sergey Dzheparov 72'); Anvar Soliev (Timur Kapadze 46'),
                    Maxim Shatskhikh (Aleksandr Geynrikh 72'), Vladimir Shishelov 
                    (Zeïnitdin Tadjiev 67').
Belarus:            Gennadi Tumilovich (Vasili Khomutovski 31' (Yuri Tsygalko 61'));
                    Aleksandr Lukhvich, Andrei Ostrovski, Sergei Shtanyuk 
                    (Aleksandr Khrapkovski 46'), Sergei Omelyanchuk; Sergei Gurenko
                    (Denis Kovba 46'), Andrei Lavrik (Andrei Milevski 64'),
                    Aleksandr Khatskevich (Sergei Kovalchuk 70'), Vladimir Shuneïko;
                    Vitali Kutuzov (Maxim Tsygalko 67'), Maxim Romashchenko.
Referee:            Viktor Kolpakov (Kyrgyzstan).
Coaches:            Uzbekistan: Viktor Borisov.
                    Belarus: Eduard Malofeyev.
Cards:              Uzbekistan: Bakhtiyor Ashurmatov [Y 46'].
                    Belarus: Andrei Lavrik [Y 19'], Maxim Romashchenko [R 77'].

30/04/2003, San Cristóbal, Estadio Pueblo Nuevo
Friendly International
VENEZUELA           3 (Juan Arango 30', 38', Daniel Noriega 75')
TRINIDAD/TOBAGO     0
Venezuela:          Gilberto Angelucci; Héctor González (Luis Vallenilla 61'), José Manuel Rey
                    (Alejandro Cichero 75'), Wilfredo Alvarado, Jorge Rojas; Miguel Mea Vitali,
                    Leopoldo Jiménez, Ricardo Páez (Giovanny Pérez 72'), Gabriel Urdaneta
                    (Daniel Noriega 51'); Juan Arango, Wilfredo Moreno (Juan García 60').
Trinidad/Tobago:    Peter Ramone Fortune; Cyd Gray, Brent Sancho, Keyeno Thomas, Nigel Daniel;
                    Silvio Spann (Kerri Baptiste 82'), Reynold Carrington (Anton Pierre 72'),
                    Brent Rahim (Conrad Smith 60'), Trent Noel; Ken Noray (Sean Julien 54'),
                    Glenn Cornell (Jason Scotland 79').
Referee:            Jorge Rivero (Venezuela).
Coaches:            Venezuela: Richard Páez.
                    Trinidad/Tobago: Zoran Vranes (Serbia/Montenegro).
Cards:              Venezuela: Daniel Noriega [Y 52'].
                    Trinidad/Tobago: Cyd Gray [Y 35'].

22/05/2003, Durban, ABSA Stadium, 48000
Friendly International
SOUTH AFRICA        1 (Benedict McCarthy 18' pen)
ENGLAND             2 (Gareth Southgate 1', Emile Heskey 64')
South Africa:       Brian Baloyi; John Mbulelo Mabizela, Lucas Radebe, Aaron Mokoena,
                    Thabang Molefe; Stanton Fredericks (Clement Mazibuko 77'), Tebeho Mokoena
                    (Jabulani Mendu 69'), MacBeth Sibaya, Delron Buckley; Benedict McCarthy
                    (Lesley Manyathela 68'), Shaun Bartlett.
England:            David James (Paul Robinson 46'); Danny Mills, Rio Ferdinand
                    (Matthew Upson 46'), Gareth Southgate, Phil Neville; David Beckham [c]
                    (Jermaine Jenas 50'), Steven Gerrard (Gareth Barry 82'), Paul Scholes
                    (Joe Cole 75'), Trevor Sinclair (Frank Lampard 58'); Michael Owen,
                    Emile Heskey (Darius Vassell 65').
Referee:            Lim Kee Chong (Mauritius).
Coaches:            South Africa: Jomo Sono.
                    England: Sven-Göran Eriksson (Sweden).
Cards:              South Africa: John Mbulelo Mabizela [Y 20'], Thabang Molefe [Y 26'].
                    England: Danny Mills [Y 17'].
Note:               South African regular coach Ephraim Mashaba had been suspended after 
                    refusing to pick players from European clubs.

25/05/2003, Kingston, National Stadium
Friendly International
JAMAICA             3 (Onandi Lowe 25', Jermaine Johnson 39', Andy Williams 90+')
NIGERIA             2 (Uche Ugochukwu 65', Nwankwo Kanu 80') 
Jamaica:            Donovan Ricketts (Aaron Lawrence 46'); Gerald Neil (Frank Sinclair 76'),
                    Claude Davis, Marco McDonald, Michael Johnson; Jermaine Johnson 
                    (Omar Daley 71'), Theodore Whitmore (Damion Stewart 71'), Micah Hyde,
                    Ricardo Gardner; Andrew Williams, Onandi Lowe.
Nigeria:            Sunday Rotimi; Efetobe Sodje, Ifeanyi Ekwueme, Bob Usim, Ogbonna Kanu;
                    Nwankwo Kanu, Tony Alagbe, Bina Ajuwa (Mobi Oparaku 90+'), Garba Lawal;
                    Uche Okechukwu (Henry Nwosu 66'), Samson Goodwin (Nixon Dayoatoge 90+').
Referee:            Neil Brizan (Trinidad/Tobago).
Coaches:            Jamaica: Carl Brown.
                    Nigeria: Christian Chukwu.
Cards:              Jamaica: Jermaine Johnson [Y 45+'], Gerald Neil [Y 60'],
                             Claude Davis [Y 68'] 
                    Nigeria: Ogbonna Kanu [Y 30'], Ifeanyi Ekwueme [Y 31'],
                             Nwankwo Kanu [Y 69'].

26/05/2003, San Jose, Spartan Stadium, 12282
Friendly International
USA                 2 (Landon Donovan 41' pen, Edward Lewis 59')
WALES               0
USA:                Nick Rimando; Ryan Suarez (Michael Petke 78'), Charles J. Brown,
                    Jeff Agoos, Gregory Vanney; Ernest Stewart (Manny Lagos 83'),
                    Richard Mulrooney, Robert Convey (Brian Ching 75'), Edward Lewis;
                    Jovan Kirovski (Alecko Eskandarian 89'), Landon Donovan.
Wales:              Paul Jones (Darren Ward 46'); Matthew Jones, Adrian Williams,
                    Andy Melville [c], David Vaughan; Simon Davies, Andy Johnson,
                    Mark Pembridge (Carl Robinson 78'), Jason Koumas; John Oster
                    (David Pipe 70'), Gareth Taylor (Neil Roberts 57').
Referee:            Benito Archundia (Mexico).
Coaches:            USA: Bruce Arena.
                    Wales: Mark Hughes.
Cards:              USA: Ryan Suarez [Y 69'].
                    Wales: Matthew Jones [Y 39' YR 48'], Mark Pembridge [Y 61'],
                           John Oster [Y 70'].

27/05/2003, Edinburgh, Tynecastle Park
Friendly International
SCOTLAND            1 (Stevie Crawford 11')
NEW ZEALAND         1 (Ryan Nelsen 48')
Scotland:           Rab Douglas; Maurice Ross (Graham Alexander 46'), Steven Pressley,
                    Andy Webster, Gary Naysmith; Paul Devlin, Christian Dailly,
                    Jackie McNamara (Brian Kerr 83'), James McFadden; Kevin Kyle 
                    (Andrew Gray 60'), Stevie Crawford.
New Zealand:        Michael Utting (Jason Batty 46'); David Mulligan (Duncan Oughton 46'),
                    Chris Zoricich (Scott Smith 69'), Ryan Nelsen, Gerard Davis; Aaran Lines
                    (Chris Bouckenooghe 81'), Chris Jackson (Raf de Gregorio 54'), Mark Burton,
                    Simon Elliott; Vaughan Coveny, Noah Hickey.
Referee:            Martin Ingvarsson (Sweden).
Coaches:            Scotland: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts (Germany).
                    New Zealand: Mick Waitt (England).

30/05/2003, Abuja (Nigeria), National Stadium
LG Cup (Nigeria)
CAMEROON A'         2 (Patrick Suffo 37', 68')
IRAN                1 (? 17' OG)
Cameroon A':        Ecoto Bufe (? Mayembe 46'), ? Aso, ? Ghaha, ? Memboli, Guy Equa,
                    Patrick Suffo, [5 missing].
Iran:               Ebrahim Mirzapour; Mehdi Amiramadi, Yahya Golmohammadi,
                    Sohrab Bakhtyarzadeh, Rahman Rezaei; Abbas Aghaye (Edmond Bizik 63'),
                    Javad Nekounam, Yadollah Akbari (Reza Jabbari 77'),
                    Ali-Reza Vahedi Nikbakht (Pejman Nouri 85'); Farhad Majidi
                    (Ali Samereh 65'), Ali Daei.
Referee:            Alex Mana (Nigeria).
Coaches:            Cameroon A': Winfried Schäfer (Germany).
                    Iran: Homayoun Shahrouki.
Cards:              Cameroon A':
                    Iran: Yahya Golmohammadi [Y], Mehdi Amirabadi [Y].
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

31/05/2003, Nairobi, Moi International Sports Centre
Friendly International
KENYA               1 (Dennis Oliech 22')
TRINIDAD/TOBAGO     1 (Hector Sam 7' pen)
Kenya:              Francis Onyiso; Mohammed Masoud, Pascal Ochieng, Anthony Mathenge,
                    Issa Kassim; Walter Odede, John Muiruri (Lawrence Owino 46'), Robert Mambo,
                    Titus Mulama (John Muligree 75'); Dennis Oliech, Francis Chinjili
                    (Bernard Mwalala 68').
Trinidad/Tobago:    Clayton Ince; Reynold Carrington; Carlos Edwards (Nigel Daniel 80'),
                    Brent Sancho, Keyeno Thomas, Avery John; Silvio Spann, Dale Saunders
                    (Anton Pierre 88'), Colin Samuel (Kerwyn Jemmot 46'); Hector Sam 
                    (Nigel Pierre 72'), Jason Scotland (Conrad Smith 78').
Referee:
Coaches:            Kenya: Jacob Mulee
                    Trinidad & Tobago: Stuart Charles-Fevrier

01/06/2003, Wolfsburg, Volkswagen Arena
Friendly International
GERMANY             4 (Carsten Ramelow 41', Paul Freier 53', Fredi Bobic 61', Tobias Rau 90+')
CANADA              1 (Kevin McKenna 20') 
Germany:            Frank Rost (Hans-Jörg Butt 46'); Arne Friedrich (Paul Freier 46'),
                    Christian Wörns, Frank Baumann (Marko Rehmer 59'), Tobias Rau;
                    Bernd Schneider (Michael Hartmann 75'), Carsten Ramelow
                    (Andreas Hinkel 46'), Sebastian Kehl, Torsten Frings; Benjamin Lauth
                    (Oliver Neuville 46'), Fredi Bobic (Kevin Kuranyi 69').
Canada:             Pat Onstad; Tam Nsaliwa (Carl Fletcher 82'), Paul Fenwick,
                    Nevio Pizzolitto, Richard Hastings; Martin Nash (Maycoll Canizalez 77'),
                    Daniel Imhof, Nick Dasovic, Julian de Guzman; Kevin McKenna, Paul Stalteri.
Referee:            Eric Poulat (France).
Coaches:            Germany: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
                    Canada: Holger Osieck (Germany).

02/06/2003, Nairobi, Kasarani Stadium, 2000
Friendly International
KENYA OLYMPIC       0
TRINIDAD/TOBAGO     2 (Carlos Edwards 64', Nigel Pierre 90')
Kenya Olympic:      Arnold Origi, Kelvin Otieno, Justus Mutingi, David Kanyua, Hilary Omondi,
                    Steven Kinuthia, Hilary Echesa [c], Jamal Mohammed (Ibrahim Said),
                    Issiah Omondi (Ibrahim Shikanda), Collins Tiego (Lawrence Owino),
                    Vincent Ochieng.
Trinidad/Tobago:    Clayton Ince, Brent Sancho, Reynold Carrington [c], Keyeno Thomas,
                    Avery John, Carlos Edwards, Silvio Spann (Dale Saunders 46'), 
                    Jason Scotland (Conrad Smith 84'), Collin Samuel (Nigel Daniel 79'),
                    Kerwyn Jemmott (Nigel Pierre 60'), Travis Mulraine (Anton Pierre 79').
Referee:
Coaches:            Kenya Olympic:
                    Trinidad/Tobago: Stuart Charles Fevrier.
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

06/06/2003, Braga, Primeiro de Maio
Friendly International
PORTUGAL            0
PARAGUAY            0
Portugal:           Ricardo Pereira; Paulo Ferreira (Silas Fernandes 76'), Fernando Couto,
                    Fernando Meira, Rui Jorge; Rui Costa, Luís Loureiro
                    (Anderson de Souza 'Deco' 46'), Maniche Ribeiro, Sérgio Conceição;
                    Luís Figo, Pedro Resende 'Pauleta' (Hélder Postiga 61').
Paraguay:           Justo Villar; Denis Caniza, Carlos Gamarra, Paulo da Silva, Delio Toledo;
                    Carlos Bonet, Júlio César Cáceres, Ángel Ortiz, Gustavo Morínigo
                    (Jorge Britez 70'); Nelson Cuevas (Pedro Irala 88'), Juan Samudio 
                    (Fredy Bareiro 76').
Referee:            Yoryos Kasnaferis (Greece).
Coaches:            Portugal: Luiz Felipe Scolari (Brazil).
                    Paraguay: Aníbal Ruíz.

07/06/2003, Miami (USA), Orange Bowl
Friendly International
VENEZUELA           2 (Gabriel Urdaneta 14', Juan Arango 36')
HONDURAS            1 (Wilmer Velásquez 45')
Venezuela:          Gilberto Angelucci; Luis Vallenilla, José Manuel Rey, Wilfredo Alvarado
                    (Alejandro Cichero 62'), Jorge Rojas; Leopold Jiménez, Luis Vera 
                    (Ruperth Moran), Ricardo Páez (Cristian Cásseres 41'), Gabriel Urdaneta
                    (Javier Villafraz 70'); Juan Arango (Giovanny Pérez 86'), Daniel Noriega. 
Honduras:           Héctor Medina; Samuel Caballero (Milton Palacios 60'); Edgard Álvarez
                    (Julio César Suazo 65'), Arnold Cruz (Carlos Oliva 89'), Mario Beata,
                    Rony Morales (Jairo Martínez 68'); Danilo Turcios, Jorge Luis Pineda
                    (Javier Martínez 77'), Walter Hernández; Wilmer Velásquez,
                    Christian Santamaría (Emil Martínez 61'). 
Referee:            Kevin Terry (USA).
Coaches:            Venezuela: Richard Páez.
                    Honduras: Ramón Maradiaga.
 
08/06/2003, Osaka, Nagai Stadium
Kirin Cup
JAPAN               1 (Yutaka Akita 55')
ARGENTINA           4 (Javier Saviola 30', Javier Zanetti 45', Bernardo Romeo 78',
                       Maximiliano Rodríguez 82')
Japan:              Seigo Narazaki; Akira Narahashi, Ryuzo Morioka, Yutaka Akita,
                    Toshihiro Hattori; Mitsuo Ogasawara (Takashi Fukunishi 46'),
                    Junichi Inamoto, Hidetoshi Nakata, Koji Nakata 
                    (Alexsandro Santos 'Alex' 46'); Takayuki Suzuki (Yuichiro Nagai 65'),
                    Masashi Nakayama (Yoshito Okubo 46').
Argentina:          Pablo Cavallero; Facundo Quiroga, Fabricio Coloccini, Diego Placente,
                    Javier Zanetti; Lucas Castromán (Gabriel Heinze 36'), Esteban Cambiasso,
                    Pablo Aimar (Juan Román Riquelme 63'), Santiago Solari 
                    (Maximiliano Rodríguez 75'); Luciano Galletti, Javier Saviola 
                    (Bernardo Romeo 72').
Referee:            Herbert Fandel (Germany).
Coaches:            Japan: Artur Coimbra 'Zico' (Brazil).
                    Argentina: Marcelo Bielsa.
 
08/06/2003, San José, Estadio Ricardo Saprissa, 18000
Friendly International
COSTA RICA          1 (Rolando Fonseca 88')
CHILE               0 
Costa Rica:         Ricardo González; Mauricio Wright; Gilberto Martínez, Luis Marín,
                    Leonardo González, Carlos Castro (Pablo Chinchilla 58'); Mauricio Solís
                    (Rolando Fonseca 74'), Walter Centeno, Steven Bryce (Daniel Vallejos 81');
                    Álvaro Saborío (Erick Scott 57'), Jafet Soto (Alexander Castro 46').
Chile:              Nelson Tapia; Cristián Álvarez, Ricardo Rojas, Pablo Contreras,
                    Rodrigo Pérez; Boris González (Mark González 75'), Claudio Maldonado,
                    Jorge Acuña, Milovan Mirosevic (Claudio Núñez 46'); Fernando Martel,
                    Héctor Tapia.
Referee:            Benigno Pineda (Honduras).
Coaches:            Costa Rica: Steve Sampson (USA).
                    Chile: Juvenal Olmos.
Cards:              Costa Rica: Mauricio Wright [Y], Pablo Chinchilla [Y], Steven Bryce [Y].
                    Chile: Rodrigo Pérez [Y], Pablo Contreras [Y], Jorge Acuña [Y],
                           Fernando Martel [Y], Cristián Álvarez [R 47'].
Note:               It is also reported that Rodrigo Meléndez played instead of Jorge Acuña.

08/06/2003, Seoul, Sangam World Cup Stadium
Friendly International
SOUTH KOREA         0
URUGUAY             2 (Germán Hornos 13', Sebastián Abreu 54')
South Korea:        Lee Woon-Jae; Park Choong-Kyun (Lee Young-Pyo 46'), Cho Byung-Gook,
                    Kim Tae-Young, Lee Ki-Hyung (Song Jong-Gook 62'); Choi Yong-Soo
                    (Wang Jung-Hyun 68'), Kim Nam-Il, Yoo Sang-Cheol [c], Lee Eul-Yong
                    (Cho Jae-Jin 57'); Cha Doo-Ri, Seol Ki-Hyun (Lee Cheon-Soo 46').
Uruguay:            Gustavo Munúa; Cristian González (Cono Aguiar 59'), 
                    Alejandro Lembo, Joe Bizera, Alejandro Lago [c]; Alvaro Recoba 
                    (Jorge Martínez 71), Marcelo Sosa, Martín Ligüera; Diego 
                    Forlán (Horacio Peralta 46'), Sebastián Abreu (Fabián 
                    Estoyanoff 82'), Germán Hornos (Diego Perrone 90')
Referee:            Yoshida Toshimitsu (Japan).
Coaches:            South Korea: Humberto Coelho (Portugal).
                    Uruguay: Juan Ramón Carrasco.
 
08/06/2003, Richmond, University of Richmond Stadium
Friendly International
USA                 2 (Chris Klein 21', Jovan Kirovski 65')
NEW ZEALAND         1 (Vaughan Coveny 23')
USA:                Marcus Hahnemann (Joe Cannon 46'); Steve Cherundolo, Carlos Bocanegra
                    (Cory Gibbs 63'), Gregg Berhalter, Greg Vanney; Chris Klein 
                    (Robert Convey 76'), Earnie Stewart (Kyle Martino 67'), Chris Armas,
                    Eddie Lewis; Jovan Kirovski, Taylor Twellman (DaMarcus Beasley 88').
New Zealand:        Michael Utting; Duncan Oughton, Chris Zoricich, Ryan Nelsen 
                    (Danny Hay 75'), Gerard Davis (David Mulligan 80'); Noah Hickey,
                    Mark Burton, Ivan Vicelich, Simon Elliott (Raf de Gregorio 85');
                    Vaughan Coveny, Chris Killen (Shane Smeltz 75').
Referee:            Hi Liu (Canada).
Coaches:            USA: Bruce Arena.
                    New Zealand: Mick Waitt (England).
Cards:              USA: Jovan Kirovski [Y 37'], Taylor Twellman [Y 47'],
                         Eddie Lewis [Y 54'], Steve Cherundolo [Y 72'],
                         Gregg Berhalter [Y 90+'].
                    New Zealand: Simon Elliott [Y 35'] .

10/06/2003, Gaborone, National Stadium
Friendly International
BOTSWANA            0
TRINIDAD/TOBAGO     0
Botswana:           Kagso Thelamesi; Mogogi Gabonamong, Masego Nishantane, Khumo Motlhabane,
                    Kagiso Tshelametsi; Phazha Butale, Busang Rasefako, Kabelo Kgosiang,
                    Innocent Ranku; Mpho Mabogo, Duncan Kgopolelo. [Subs: Tshepiso Molwantwa,
                    Michael Mogaladi, Tebogo Mothusi, Barney Marman].
Trinidad/Tobago:    Jan Michael Williams; Brent Sancho, Reynold Carrington, Keyeno Thomas,
                    Nigel Daniel; Carlos Edwards, Dale Saunders, Silvio Spann
                    (Conrad Smith 88'), Travis Mulraine; Nigel Pierre, Hector Sam
                    (Jason Scotland 80').
Referee:            
Coaches:            Botswana: Veselin Jelusić (Yugoslavia).
                    Trinidad/Tobago: Stuart Charles-Fevrier.

10/06/2003, Lisboa, Jamor National Stadium
Friendly International
PORTUGAL            4 (Jorge Andrade 8', Fernando Couto 14', Helder Postiga 41', 48')
BOLIVIA             0
Portugal:           Ricardo Pereira (Quim Silva 61'); Paulo Ferreira (Silas Fernandes 65'),
                    Fernando Couto (Beto Severo 58'), Jorge Andrade, Rui Jorge 
                    (Rogério Matias 46'); Sérgio Conceição, Tiago Mendes, Maniche Ribeiro
                    (Luis Loureiro 46'), Hugo Viana; Pedro Resende 'Pauleta' 
                    (Ricardo Quaresma 46'), Hélder Postiga.
Bolivia:            Hugo Suárez; Miguel Hoyos, Juan Manuel Peña, Ronald Raldés, 
                    Ronald Arana; Lorgio Álvarez, Franz Calustro (José Loyaza 89'),
                    Ronald García, Gualberto Mojica (Richard Rojas 46'); Róger Suárez
                    (Darwin Peña 68'), José Alfredo Castillo (Augusto Andaveris 62').
Referee:            Asaf Kenam (Israel).
Coaches:            Portugal: Luiz Felipe Scolari (Brazil).
                    Bolivia: Dalcio Giovagnoli (Argentina).
Cards:              Portugal: Sérgio Conceição [Y 83'] 
                    Bolivia:

11/06/2003, San Pedro Sula, Estadio Olímpico Metropolitano, 25000
Friendly International
HONDURAS            1 (José Luis Pineda 14')
CHILE               2 (Héctor Tapia 44' pen, Mark González 60')
Honduras:           Víctor Coello; Samuel Caballero; Wilson Palacios, Milton Palacios
                    (Javier Martínez 46'), Erick Vallecillo, Oscar Bonilla; Jaime Rosales
                    (Edgard Álvarez 46'), José Luis Pineda (Luis Guifarro 80'),
                    Carlos Oliva (Christian Santamaría 62'); Jairo Martínez 
                    (Saúl Martínez 46'), Emil Martínez.
Chile:              Nelson Tapia; Boris González (Rafael Olarra 87'), Ricardo Rojas,
                    Pablo Contreras, Rodrigo Pérez; Jorge Acuña, Claudio Maldonado
                    (Joel Soto 65'), Milovan Mirosevic (Nicolás Córdova 65'), Mark González;
                    Fernando Martel, Héctor Tapia.
Referee:            Fredy Burgos (Guatemala).
Coaches:            Honduras: Edwin Pavón.
                    Chile: Juvenal Olmos.
Cards:              Honduras: Milton Palacios [Y 40'].
                    Chile: Boris González [Y 70'].

11/06/2003, Abuja, National Stadium
Friendly International
NIGERIA             0
BRAZIL              3 (Gilberto Gonçalves 'Gil' 34', Luís Fabiano 38', Adriano Leite 81')
Nigeria:            Vincent Enyeama; Joseph Enakahire, Isaac Okoronkwo, Romanus Orjinta,
                    Ifeanyi Udeze; Nwankwo Kanu (Chukwudi Nworgu 85'), Prince Ikpe Ikong,
                    Augustine 'Jay-Jay' Okocha, Garba Lawal; John Utaka, Yakubu Aiyegbeni 
                    (Christian Obodo 46').
Brazil:             Nelson Silva 'Dida'; Juliano Belletti (Eduardo Costa 75'),
                    Lúcimar da Silva 'Lúcio', Juan dos Santos (Fábio Luciano 86'),
                    Kléber Corrêa (Gilberto Melo 81'); José Kléberson Pereira,
                    Émerson da Rosa, Ricardo Rodrigues 'Ricardinho', 
                    Ronaldo de Assis 'Ronaldinho Gaúcho'; Gilberto Gonçalves 'Gil' 
                    (Adriano Vieira 71'), Luís Fabiano (Adriano Ribeiro 71').
Referee:            Alex Quartey (Ghana).
Coaches:            Nigeria: Christian Chukwu
                    Brazil: Carlos Alberto Parreira.
Cards:              Nigeria: Prince Ikpe Ikong [Y 63'].
                    Brazil: none.
 
11/06/2003, Seoul, Sangam World Cup Stadium
Friendly International
SOUTH KOREA         0
ARGENTINA           1 (Javier Saviola 44')
South Korea:        Lee Woon-Jae; Song Jong-Gook (Lee Ki-Hyung 46' (Choi Sung-Yong 64')),
                    Cho Byung-Gook, Kim Tae-Young, Lee Young-Pyo; Lee Cheon-Soo, Kim Nam-Il,
                    Yoo Sang-Cheol, Lee Eul-Yong (Wang Jeong-Hyun 46'); Cha Doo-Ri 
                    (Choi Tae-Uk 58'), Cho Jae-Jin.
Argentina:          Pablo Cavallero; Facundo Quiroga, Fabricio Coloccini, Diego Placente,
                    Gabriel Heinze; Javier Zanetti, Esteban Cambiasso, Pablo Aimar 
                    (Juan Román Riquelme 78'), Santiago Solari (Lucas Castromán 82'); 
                    Luciano Galletti (Maximiliano Rodríguez 34'), Javier Saviola 
                    (Bernardo Romeo 85'). 
Referee:            Rungklay Mongkol (Thailand).
Coaches:            South Korea: Humberto Coelho (Portugal).
                    Argentina: Marcelo Bielsa.
 
11/06/2003, Saitama, Saitama Stadium
Kirin Cup
JAPAN               0
PARAGUAY            0
Japan:              Seigo Narazaki; Nobuhisa Yamada, Keisuke Tsuboi, Tsuneyasu Miyamoto,
                    Alexsandro Santos 'Alex'; Hidetoshi Nakata, Takashi Fukunishi
                    (Koji Nakata 46'), Yasuhito Endo, Shunsuke Nakamura; Naohiro Takahara,
                    Yoshito Okubo.
Paraguay:           Ricardo Tavarelli; Jorge Britez (Oscar Sanabria 46'), Rubén Maldonado,
                    Paulo da Silva, Delio Toledo; Carlos Bonet, Julio César Cáceres,
                    Gustavo Morínigo (Pedro Irala 63'), Ángel Ortiz; Nelson Cuevas
                    (Dante López 85'), Juan Samudio (Fredy Bareiro 58').
Referee:            Mike Riley (England).
Coaches:            Japan: Artur Coimbra 'Zico' (Brazil).
                    Paraguay: Aníbal Ruíz.
 
13/06/2003, Andorra la Vella, Comunal
Friendly International 
ANDORRA             0
GABON               2 (Ulrich Boutamba 41', Cédric Moubamba 45')
Andorra:            Jesús Luis Álvarez de Eulate 'Koldo'; Daniel Ferrón Pérez;
                    Roberto Jonás Alonso Martínez (David Ribolleda 90'),
                    Josep Manuel Ayala Díaz, Antonio Lima Sola, José Manuel García Luena 'Txema'
                    (Genis García Iscza 56'); Emiliano González Arquez (Fernando Silva 50'),
                    Josep Felix Álvarez Blásquez (Iván Lorenzo 50'), Oscar Sonejee Masand
                    (Manolo Jiménez Soria 60'), Justo Ruíz González (David Buxo Escabros 90');
                    Juli Fernández Ariza (Jesús Julián Lucendo Heredia 82').
Gabon:              Victor Bissafi; René Nsi-Akoué (François Nyamat 65'), Guy-Roger Nzeng,
                    Thibault Tchicaya, Paul Kessany; Théodore Nzué Nguéma 
                    (Bruno Mbanangoye 46'), Cédric Moubamba, Thierry Issiémou; Ulrich Boutamba
                    (Humel Yinda 70'), Yannick Lary, Roguy Meye.
Referee:            Damien Ledentu (France).
Coaches:            Andorra: David Rodrigo.
                    Gabon: Michel De Wolf (Belgium).
Note:               The Andorra lineup is also reported without the substitutes García Iscza,
                    Jiménez Soria, Lucendo Heredia, Buxo, or Silva, and with Ribolleda
                    replacing González Arquez at 46'.

14/06/2003, Port Elizabeth, Telkom Park
Friendly International 
SOUTH AFRICA        2 (Lesley Manyathela 20', 71' pen)
TRINIDAD/TOBAGO     1 (Anthony Coyle 24' OG)
South Africa:       Brian Baloyi (Andre Arendse 61'); Lucky Lekgwathi, John Mbulelo Mabizela,
                    Anthony Coyle, Thabang Molefe; Clement Mazibuko, Godfrey Sapula
                    (Benson Mhlongo 84'), Jabulani Mendu (Tebeho Mokoena 53'),
                    Stanton Fredericks; Lesley Manyathela, David Radebe.
Trinidad/Tobago:    Clayton Ince; Brent Sancho, Reynold Carrington, Keyeno Thomas,
                    Nigel Daniels (Anton Pierre 80'); Carlos Edwards, Silvio Spann,
                    Dale Saunders, Travis Mulraine (Kerwyn Jemmott 66'); Nigel Pierre
                    (Jason Scotland 75'), Hector Sam (Avery John 73').
Referee:            Boniface Mpofu (Botswana).
Coaches:            South Africa: Ephraim Mashaba.
                    Trinidad/Tobago: Stuart Charles-Fevrier.
Cards:              South Africa: none.
                    Trinidad/Tobago: Brent Sancho [R 70'].
 
18/06/2003, Saint-Denis (France), Stade de France
Confederations Cup, Group A
JAPAN               3 (Shunsuke Nakamura 12', 75', Hidetoshi Nakata 65')
NEW ZEALAND         0
Japan:              Seigo Narazaki; Nobuhisa Yamada, Keisuke Tsuboi, Tsuneyasu Miyamoto,
                    Alexsandro Santos 'Alex'; Hidetoshi Nakata, Yasuhito Endo, Junichi Inamoto,
                    Shunsuke Nakamura; Naohiro Takahara, Yoshito Okubo.
New Zealand:        Mike Utting; Duncan Oughton, Chris Zoricich, Ryan Nelsen, Gerard Davis;
                    Aaran Lines (Noah Hickey 70'), Ivan Vicelich, Simon Elliot, Mark Burton 
                    (Chris Jackson 73'); Vaughan Coveny, Chris Killen 
                    (Chris Bouckenhooghe 80').
Referee:            Coffi Codjia (Benin).
Coaches:            Japan: Artur Coimbra 'Zico' (Brazil).
                    New Zealand: Mick Waitt (England).
Cards:              Japan: Alexsandro Santos 'Alex' [Y 6'], Junichi Inamoto [Y 37'].
                    New Zealand: Duncan Oughton [Y 72'].

18/06/2003, Lyon, Stade de Gerland
Confederations Cup, Group A
FRANCE              1 (Thierry Henry 39' pen)
COLOMBIA            0 
France:             Grégory Coupet; Lilian Thuram, Philippe Mexès, Marcel Desailly,
                    Bixente Lizarazu; Sylvain Wiltord, Benoît Pedretti, Olivier Dacourt,
                    Olivier Kapo (Robert Pires 61'); Djibril Cissé (Sidney Govou 77'),
                    Thierry Henry (Steve Marlet 85').
Colombia:           Oscar Córdoba; Gonzalo Martínez (Gerardo Vallejo 90+'), Mario Yepes,
                    Iván Córdoba, Gerardo Bedoya; Giovanni Hernández, Rubén Velásquez,
                    Jorge López, Jairo Patiño (Eulalio Arriaga 66'); Víctor Aristizábal,
                    Elson Becerra.
Referee:            Lucilio Batista (Portugal).
Coaches:            France: Jacques Santini.
                    Colombia: Francisco Maturana.
Cards:              France: Philippe Mexès [Y 10'], Thierry Henry [Y 24'], 
                            Lilian Thuram [Y 90+'], Bixente Lizarazu [Y 90+'].
                    Colombia: Jorge López [Y 6'], Rubén Velásquez [Y 38'],
                              Elson Becerra [Y 78'], Iván Córdoba [Y 90'],
                              Víctor Aristizabal [Y 90+'].

19/06/2003, Saint-Denis (France), Stade de France
Confederations Cup, Group B
CAMEROON            1 (Samuel Eto'o 83')
BRAZIL              0
Cameroon:           Idriss Kameni; Jean-Joël Perrier-Doumbé, Rigobert Song, Lucien Mettomo,
                    Bill Tchato; Geremi Njitap, Eric Djemba-Djemba, Marc-Vivien Foé
                    (Thimothée Atouba 64'), Modeste Mbami; Samuel Eto'o (Pius N'Diefi 90+'),
                    Mohamadou Idrissou (Joseph-Désiré Job 67').
Brazil:             Nelson Silva 'Dida'; Juliano Belleti, Lúcimar da Silva 'Lúcio',
                    Juan dos Santos, Kléber Corrêa; Ronaldo de Assis 'Ronaldinho Gaúcho',
                    José Kléberson Pereira (Adriano de Souza 80'), Émerson da Rosa,
                    Ricardo Rodrigues 'Ricardinho'; Adriano Ribeiro (Ilan Dall'Igna 66'),
                    Gilberto Gonçalves 'Gil'.
Referee:            Valentin Ivanov (Russia).
Coaches:            Cameroon: Winfried Schäfer.
                    Brazil: Carlos Alberto Parreira.
Cards:              Cameroon: Eric Djemba-Djemba [Y 49'].
                    Brazil: Émerson da Rosa [Y 52'].

19/06/2003, Saint-Etienne (France), Stade Geoffroy Guichard
Confederations Cup, Group B
TURKEY              2 (Okan Yılmaz 40' pen, Tuncay Şanlı 70')
USA                 1 (DaMarcus Beasley 37')
Turkey:             Ömer Çatkıç; Fatih Sonkaya, Alpay Özalan, Bülent Korkmaz, İbrahim Üzülmez;
                    Volkan Arslan, Selçuk Şahin, Gökdeniz Karadeniz, Ahmet Yıldırım 
                    (Ergün Penbe 42'); Tuncay Şanlı (İbrahim Toraman 82'), Okan Yılmaz
                    (Hüseyin Kartal 90+').
USA:                Tim Howard; Frankie Hejduk, Dan Califf, Gregg Berhalter
                    (Taylor Twellman 80'), Greg Vanney; DaMarcus Beasley, Chris Armas,
                    Bobby Convey, Eddie Lewis (Earnie Stewart 72'); Jovan Kirovski 
                    (Clint Mathis 60'), Landon Donovan.
Referee:            Jorge Larrionda (Uruguay).
Coaches:            Turkey: Şenol Güneş.
                    USA: Bruce Arena.
Cards:              Turkey: İbrahim Üzülmez [Y 68'].
                    USA: Gregg Berhalter [Y 22'], Landon Donovan [Y 39'], Dan Califf [Y 42'],
                         Greg Vanney [Y 56'].

20/06/2003, Lyon (France), Stade de Gerland
Confederations Cup, Group A
COLOMBIA            3 (Jorge López 58', Mario Yepes 75', Geovanni Hernández 85')
NEW ZEALAND         1 (Raffaele De Gregorio 27')
Colombia:           Oscar Córdoba; Gonzalo Martínez, Iván Córdoba, Mario Yepes, Gerardo Bedoya
                    (Eulalio Arriaga 77'); Giovanni Hernández, Rubén Darío Velásquez 
                    (Jairo Patiño 8'), Jorge López, Elkin Murillo (Arnulfo Valentierra 46');
                    Elson Becerra, Víctor Aristizábal.
New Zealand:        Michael Utting; Duncan Oughton, Danny Hay, Ryan Nelsen, Gerard Davis;
                    Raffaele De Gregorio, Simon Elliott, Ivan Vicelich, Noah Hickey;
                    Vaughan Coveny (Shane Smeltz 83'), Chris Killen.
Referee:            Carlos Batres (Guatemala).
Coaches:            Colombia: Francisco Maturana.
                    New Zealand: Mick Waitt (England).
Cards:              Colombia: Gonzalo Martínez [Y 16'], Edson Becerra [Y 40'], 
                              Iván Córdoba [Y 60'].
                    New Zealand: Noah Hickey [Y 33'], Ryan Nelsen [Y 38'], 
                                 Chris Killen [Y 60' YR 69'], Michael Utting [Y 66'].

20/06/2003, Saint-Etienne, Stade Geoffroy Guichard
Confederations Cup, Group A
FRANCE              2 (Robert Pires 43' pen, Sidney Govou 66')
JAPAN               1 (Shunsuke Nakamura 60')
France:             Fabien Barthez; Willy Sagnol, William Gallas, Jean-Alain Boumsong,
                    Mikaël Silvestre; Robert Pires, Ousmane Dabo, Olivier Dacourt
                    (Benoît Pedretti 58'), Jérôme Rothen (Sylvain Wiltord 67'); Sidney Govou,
                    Steve Marlet (Thierry Henry 80').
Japan:              Seigo Narazaki; Nobuhisa Yamada, Keisuke Tsuboi, Tsuneyasu Miyamoto,
                    Alexsandro Santos 'Alex'; Yasuhito Endo, Hidetoshi Nakata, Junichi Inamoto
                    (Koji Nakata 74'), Shunsuke Nakamura (Mitsuo Ogasawara 81');
                    Naohiro Takahara, Yoshito Okubo.
Referee:            Mark Shield (Australia). 
Coaches:            France: Jacques Santini.
                    Japan: Artur Coimbra 'Zico' (Brazil).
Cards:              France: Sidney Govou [Y 21'], Willy Sagnol [R 90+'].
                    Japon: Yoshito Okubo [Y 33'], Junichi Inamoto [Y 42'] .
 
21/06/2003, Saint-Denis (France), Stade de France
Confederations Cup, Group B
CAMEROON            1 (Geremi Njitap 90+' pen)
TURKEY              0
Cameroon:           Idriss Kameni; Jean-Joël Perrier-Doumbé, Rigobert Song, Lucien Mettomo,
                    Bill Tchato (Valery Mézague 78'); Geremi Njitap, Eric Djemba-Djemba
                    (Thimothée Atouba 70'), Marc-Vivien Foé, Modeste Mbami; Samuel Eto'o,
                    Mohamadou Idrissou (Joseph-Désiré Job 56').
Turkey:             Rüştü Reçber; Fatih Akyel, Servet Çetin, Deniz Barış, İbrahim Toraman;
                    Volkan Arslan (Gökdeniz Karadeniz 60'), Selçuk Şahin, Yıldıray Baştürk,
                    Ergün Penbe; Tuncay Şanlı (Hüseyin Kartal 89'), Okan Yılmaz 
                    (Necati Ateş 76'). 
Referee:            Carlos Amarilla (Paraguay).
Coaches:            Cameroon: Winfried Schäfer (Germany).
                    Turkey: Şenol Güneş.
Cards:              Cameroon: Rigobert Song [Y 45'], Marc-Vivien Foé [Y 75'], 
                              Valery Mézague [Y 80'].
                    Turkey: Servet Çetin [Y 32'], Yıldıray Baştürk [Y 45'].

21/06/2003, Lyon (France), Stade de Gerland
Confederations Cup, Group B
BRAZIL              1 (Adriano Ribeiro 22')
USA                 0
Brazil:             Nelson Silva 'Dida'; Juliano Belleti (Mauro Mendes 'Maurinho' 70'),
                    Lúcimar da Silva "Lúcio", Juan dos Santos, Kléber Corrêa;
                    José Kléberson Pereira, Émerson da Rosa, Alexsandro de Souza 'Alex'
                    (Gilberto Gonçalves 'Gil' 74'), Ricardo Rodrigues 'Ricardinho';
                    Ronaldo de Assis 'Ronaldinho Gaúcho', Adriano Ribeiro (Ilan Dall'Igna 90').
USA:                Tim Howard; Steve Cherundolo, Carlos Bocanegra, Gregg Berhalter, Cory Gibbs
                    (Bobby Convey 79'); Chris Klein (Eddie Lewis 58'), Earnie Stewart,
                    Pablo Mastroeni (Taylor Twellman 85'), DaMarcus Beasley; Landon Donovan, 
                    Clint Mathis.
Referee:            Lucilio Batista (Portugal).
Coaches:            Brazil: Carlos Alberto Parreira.
                    USA: Bruce Arena.
Cards:              Brazil: Juliano Belletti [Y 69'], Gilberto Gonçalves 'Gil' [Y 89'].
                    USA: Steve Cherundolo [Y 63'], Earnie Stewart [Y 72'],
                         Carlos Bocanegra [Y 79'].

22/06/2003, Saint-Denis, Stade de France
Confederations Cup, Group A
FRANCE              5 (Olivier Kapo 17', Thierry Henry 20', Djibril Cissé 71',
                       Ludovic Giuly 90+', Robert Pires 90+')
NEW ZEALAND         0
France:             Mickaël Landreau; Lilian Thuram, Philippe Mexès, Marcel Desailly,
                    Bixente Lizarazu; Ludovic Giuly, Benoît Pedretti (Ousmane Dabo 69'),
                    Olivier Kapo; Sylvain Wiltord (Robert Pires 76'), Djibril Cissé,
                    Thierry Henry (Steve Marlet 74').
New Zealand:        Michael Utting; Chris Zoricich (Duncan Oughton 73'), Daniel Hay 
                    (Scott Smith 81'), Ryan Nelsen, Gerard Davis; Raffaele De Gregorio,
                    Simon Elliott, Mark Burton (Chris Jackson 69'), Noah Hickey;
                    Vaughan Coveny, Chris Bouckenhooghe.
Referee:            Masoud Moradi (Iran).
Coaches:            France: Jacques Santini.
                    New Zealand: Mick Waitt (England).

22/06/2003, Saint-Etienne (France), Stade Geoffroy Guichard
Confederations Cup, Group A
COLOMBIA            1 (Giovanni Hernández 68')
JAPAN               0
Colombia:           Oscar Córdoba; Gonzalo Martínez, José Mera, Mario Yepes, Gerardo Bedoya;
                    Oscar Díaz (Arnulfo Valentierra 46'), Jairo Patiño, Jorge López,
                    Giovanni Hernández; Víctor Aristizábal, Eulalio Arriaga 
                    (Gerardo Vallejo 76'). 
Japan:              Seigo Narazaki; Nobuhisa Yamada, Keisuke Tsuboi, Tsuneyasu Miyamoto,
                    Alexsandro Santos 'Alex'; Hidetoshi Nakata, Yasuhito Endo
                    (Daisuke Oku 85'), Koji Nakata, Mitsuo Ogasawara (Daisuke Matsui 74');
                    Naohiro Takahara, Yoshito Okubo (Yuichiro Nagai 67').
Referee:            Jorge Larrionda (Uruguay).
Coaches:            Colombia: Francisco Maturana.
                    Japan: Artur Coimbra 'Zico' (Brazil) .
Cards:              Japan: Nobuhisa Yamada [Y 12'], Hidetoshi Nakata [Y 83'], 
                           Daisuke Matsui [Y 88'].
                    Colombia: José Mera [Y 5'].

23/06/2003, Lyon (France), Stade de Gerland
Confederations Cup, Group B
CAMEROON            0
USA                 0
Cameroon            Eric Kwekeu; Lucien Mettomo; Gustave Bahoken (Geremi Njitap 83'),
                    Ngassam Falemi, Pierre Njanka, Thimothée Atouba; Joël Epallé,
                    Achille Emana, Valery Mézague (Modeste Mbami 75'); Joseph-Désiré Job 
                    (Samuel Eto'o 75'), Mohamadou Idrissou.
USA:                Tim Howard; Steve Cherundolo, Dan Califf, Carlos Bocanegra, Cory Gibbs;
                    Bobby Convey, Kyle Martino (Landon Donovan 55'), Chris Armas, Eddie Lewis
                    (DaMarcus Beasley 82'); Jovan Kirowski (Earnie Stewart 68'), Clint Mathis.
Referee:            Mark Shield (Australia). 
Coaches:            Cameroon: Winfried Schäfer (Germany).
                    USA: Bruce Arena.
Cards:              Cameroon: Thimothée Atouba [Y 54'] .
                    USA: Bobby Convey [Y 83'].

23/06/2003, Saint-Etienne (France), Stade Geoffroy Guichard
Confederations Cup, group B
BRAZIL              2 (Adriano Ribeiro 23', Alexsandro de Souza 'Alex' 90+')
TURKEY              2 (Gökdeniz Karadeniz 53', Okan Yılmaz 81')
Brazil:             Nelson Silva 'Dida'; Mauro Mendes 'Maurinho', Lúcimar 'Lúcio' da Silva,
                    Juan dos Santos, Gilberto Melo (Kléber Corrêa 72');
                    José Kléberson Pereira, Ronaldo de Assis 'Ronaldinho Gaúcho', 
                    Émerson da Rosa, Ricardo Rodrigues 'Ricardinho' 
                    (Alexsandro de Souza 'Alex', 64); Adriano Ribeiro, Ilan Dall'Igna
                    (Gilberto Gonçalves 'Gil' 62').
Turkey:             Rüştü Reçber; Fatih Akyel, Alpay Özalan, Bülent Korkmaz, İbrahim Üzülmez;
                    Volkan Arslan (Okan Yılmaz 36' (Serkan Balcı 88')), Selçuk Şahin,
                    Yıldıray Baştürk, Ergün Penbe (İbrahim Toraman 73'); Gökdeniz Karadeniz,
                    Tuncay Şanlı.
Referee:            Markus Merk (Germany). 
Coaches:            Brazil: Carlos Alberto Parreira.
                    Turkey: Şenol Güneş.
Cards:              Brazil: Gilberto Melo [Y 59'], Lúcimar 'Lúcio' da Silva [Y 62'],
                            Ronaldo de Assis 'Ronaldinho Gaúcho' [Y 76' YR 90+'],
                            Alexsandro de Souza 'Alex' [Y 90'].
                    Turkey: Bülent Korkmaz [Y 65'], Rüştü Reçber [Y 90+'].
Note:               It is also reported that Yıldıray Baştürk received a yellow card instead
                    of Rüştü Reçber.

26/06/2003, Lyon (France), Stade de Gerland
Confederations Cup, semi-final
CAMEROON            1 (Pius N'Diefi 9')
COLOMBIA            0
Cameroon:           Idriss Kameni; Pierre Njanka, Lucien Mettomo, Rigobert Song, Bill Tchato;
                    Geremi Njitap, Eric Djemba-Djemba, Marc-Vivien Foé (Valery Mézague 75'),
                    Modeste Mbami; Pius N'Diefi (Thimothée Atouba 74'), Mohamadou Idrissou
                    (Ngassam Falemi 90').
Colombia:           Oscar Córdoba; Gonzalo Martínez, Iván Córdoba, Mario Yepes, Gerardo Bedoya
                    (Elkin Murillo 70'); Arnulfo Valentierra, Giovanni Hernández,
                    Rubén Darío Velásquez (Elson Becerra 46'), Jorge López; Víctor Aristizábal,
                    Jairo Patiño.
Referee:            Markus Merk (Germany).
Coaches:            Cameroon: Winfried Schäfer (Germany).
                    Colombia: Francisco Maturana.
Cards:              Cameroon: Marc-Vivien Foé [Y 23'], Idriss Kameni [Y 37'], 
                              Bill Tchato [Y 43' YR 69'], Eric Djemba-Djemba [Y 77'].
                    Colombia: Iván Córdoba [Y 49'], Oscar Córdoba [Y 54'].
Note:               Cameroon player Marc-Vivien Foé collapsed on the pitch, at 72', 
                    and later died in hospital.

28/06/2003, Saint-Etienne (France), Stade Geoffroy Guichard
Confederations Cup, 3rd place
TURKEY              2 (Tuncay Şanlı 2', Okan Yılmaz 86')
COLOMBIA            1 (Giovanni Hernández 63')
Turkey:             Ömer Çatkıç; Fatih Sonkaya (Selçuk Şahin 60'), Servet Çetin, Deniz Barış,
                    İbrahim Toraman; Gökdeniz Karadeniz, Volkan Arslan (Ergün Penbe 87'),
                    Serkan Balcı, İbrahim Üzülmez; Tuncay Şanlı, Necati Ateş (Okan Yılmaz 66').
Colombia:           Oscar Córdoba; Gonzalo Martínez, Iván Córdoba, Mario Yepes, Gerardo Bedoya;
                    Jairo Patiño, Giovanni Hernández, Rubén Darío Velásquez, Jorge López
                    (Arnulfo Valentierra 28'); Elson Becerra (Eulalio Arriaga 41'),
                    Víctor Aristizábal.
Referee:            Mark Shield (Australia).
Coaches:            Turkey: Şenol Güneş.
                    Colombia: Francisco Maturana.
Cards:              Turkey: Servet Çetin [Y 20'], İbrahim Üzülmez [Y 33'],
                            Tuncay Şanlı [Y 57'], Ömer Çatkıç [Y 90'].
                    Colombia: Gonzalo Martínez [Y 33'].

29/06/2003, Saint-Denis, Stade de France
Confederations Cup, final
FRANCE              1 (Thierry Henry 97')
CAMEROON            0
After Sudden Death Extra Time.
France:             Fabien Barthez; Willy Sagnol (Lilian Thuram 76'), William Gallas,
                    Marcel Desailly, Bixente Lizarazu; Ludovic Giuly, Benoît Pedretti,
                    Olivier Dacourt (Olivier Kapo 90'), Sylvain Wiltord (Robert Pires 65');
                    Djibril Cissé, Thierry Henry.
Cameroon:           Idriss Kameni; Jean-Joël Perrier-Doumbé, Lucien Mettomo, Rigobert Song,
                    Thimothée Atouba; Geremi Njitap, Eric Djemba-Djemba, Valery Mézague
                    (Achille Emana 91'), Modeste Mbami; Pius N'Diefi (Samuel Eto'o 67'),
                    Mohamadou Idrissou. 
Referee:            Valentin Ivanov (Russia).
Coaches:            France: Jacques Santini.
                    Cameroon: Winfried Schäfer (Germany).
Cards:              France: Olivier Dacourt [Y 44'].
                    Cameroon: Modeste Mbami [Y 89'].

02/07/2003, San Francisco (USA), Candlestick Park
Friendly International
PERU                2 (Roberto Silva 15', Carlos Orejuela 35')
GUATEMALA           1 (Gonzálo Romero 82' pen)
Peru:               Erick Delgado (Leao Butron 46'); Jorge Soto (José Corcuera 77'),
                    John Galliquio (Miguel Villalta 66'), José Soto, Martín Vásquez
                    (Guillermo Salas 46'); Henri Quinteros (Aldo Olcese 46'), Juan Jayo
                    (Carlos Zegarra 77'), Marko Ciurlizza (Gregorio Bernales 46'),
                    Alfredo Carmona; Carlos Orejuela, Roberto Silva.
Guatemala:          Edgar Estrada; Everaldo Valencia; Julio Monterroso, Nélson Morales,
                    Álvaro Jiménez (Mynor González 1'), Edwin González; Héctor Aguirre
                    (Mario Rodríguez 29'), Freddy Thompson, Martín Machón (Gonzálo Romero 56');
                    Juan Carlos Plata (Dwight Pezzarossi 58'), Mario Acevedo. 
Referee:            Brian Hall (USA).
Coaches:            Peru: Paulo César Autuori (Brazil).
                    Guatemala: Víctor Manuel Aguado.
Cards:              Peru: Martín Vásquez [Y 31'], José Soto [Y 37'], Carlos Orejuela [Y 42'],
                          Gregorio Bernales [Y 54'], Juan Jayo [Y 74'].
                    Guatemala: Mynor González [Y 36'].

02/07/2003, San Francisco (USA), Candlestick Park
Friendly International
PARAGUAY            1 (Juan Samudio 3')
EL SALVADOR         0
Paraguay:           Justo Villar; Jacinto Zorrilla, Celso Ayala, Rubén Maldonado, 
                    Jorge Núñez; Carlos Bonet, Walter Frétes (Gustavo Morínigo 46'),
                    Ángel Ortiz, Jorge Campos (Víctor Hugo Ortiz 75'); Derlis Soto 
                    (Jorge Achucarro 77'), Juan Samudio (Fredy Barreiro 86'). 
El Salvador:        Juan José Gómez; Marvin González; William A. Torres, Víctor Velásquez,
                    Ramón Sánchez, Guillermo Morán; William G. Torres Alegría 
                    (Santos Cabrera 62'), Gilberto Murgas, Oscar Navarro (Diego Mejía 46');
                    Rudis Corrales, Juan Alexander Campos (Carlos Menjivar 62').
Referee:            Ricardo Valenzuela (USA).
Coaches:            Paraguay: Aníbal Ruíz.
                    El Salvador: Juan Ramón Paredes.
Cards:              Paraguay: Juan Samudio [Y 79'].
                    El Salvador: Víctor Velázquez [Y 54'], William A. Torres [Y 76'].
Note:               Paraguay fielded a team of home-based players, but the match is still 
                    official for Paraguay.

03/07/2003, Port of Spain, Hasely Crawford Stadium
Friendly International
TRINIDAD/TOBAGO     2 (Stern John 48' pen, 73')
VENEZUELA           2 (Cristian Cásseres 1', 49')
Trinidad/Tobago:    Jan Michael Williams; Dennis Lawrence, Reynold Carrington, Keyeno Thomas,
                    Nigel Daniel (Glendon Wolfe 90+'); Carlos Edwards, Silvio Spann 
                    (Trent Noel 89'), Dale Saunders (Kendall Davis 70'), Kerry Baptiste;
                    Stern John, Héctor Sam (Nigel Pierre 70'). 
Venezuela:          Manuel Sanhouse; Luis Vallenilla, José Manuel Rey, Leonel Vielma,
                    Jorge Rojas; Javier Villafraz (Luis Vera 89'), Leopoldo Jiménez, 
                    Giovanny Pérez (Alejandro Cichero 75'), Gabriel Urdaneta 
                    (Ricardo Páez 80'); Ruberth Morán (Daniel Noriega 69'), Cristian Cásseres
                    (Juan Arango 78'). 
Referee:            Richard Piper (Trinidad/Tobago).
Coaches:            Trinidad/Tobago: Stuart Charles-Fevrier.
                    Venezuela: Richard Páez.
Cards:              Trinidad/Tobago: Carlos Edwards [Y 41'].
                    Venezuela: José Manuel Rey [Y 8' YR 81'], Cristian Cásseres [Y 50'],
                               Leonel Vielma [Y 83'].

06/07/2003, Columbus, Columbus Crew Stadium
Friendly International
USA                 2 (Landon Donovan 12', Earnie Stewart 90+')
PARAGUAY            0
USA:                Kasey Keller; Frankie Hejduk, Carlos Bocanegra, Cory Gibbs
                    (Nick Garcia 87'), Greg Vanney; Earnie Stewart, Richard Mulrooney,
                    Bobby Convey (Claudio Reyna 61'), DaMarcus Beasley; Clint Mathis 
                    (Eddie Lewis 71'), Landon Donovan (Brian McBride 90').
Paraguay:           Justo Villar; Rodrigo Mendoza, Rubén Maldonado, Celso Ayala, Jorge Núñez;
                    Carlos Bonet, Diego Gavilán (Walter Avalos 69'), Ángel Ortiz,
                    Jorge Campos (Víctor Hugo Ortiz 46'); Derlis Soto (Jorge Acucharro 70'),
                    Juan Samudio (Fredy Bareiro 46').
Referee:            Mauricio Navarro (Canada).
Coaches:            USA: Bruce Arena.
                    Paraguay: Aníbal Ruíz.
Cards:              USA: none.
                    Paraguay: Rodrigo Mendoza [Y 22'], Ángel Ortiz [Y 89'].
Note:               Paraguay fielded a team of home-based players, but the match is still 
                    official for Paraguay.

09/07/2003, Kingston, National Stadium
Friendly International
JAMAICA             2 (Darren Byfield 13', Richard Langley 30')
PARAGUAY            0
Jamaica:            Donovan Ricketts; Craig Ziadie (Gerald Neil 81'), Claude Davis
                    (Marco McDonald 74'), Tyrone Marshall, Michael Johnson; Richard Langley
                    (Omar Daley 74'), Theodore Whitmore, James Lawrence, Ricardo Gardner
                    (Fabian Taylor 74'); Darren Byfield, Andy Williams (Onandi Lowe 74').
Paraguay:           Justo Villar; Rodrigo Mendoza (Walter Fretes 62'), Darío Caballero,
                    Rubén Maldonado, Jorge Núñez; Carlos Bonet, Diego Gavilán
                    (Walter Avalos 46'), Ángel Ortiz (Edgar González 46'), 
                    Víctor Hugo Ortiz; Fredy Bareiro (Jacinto Zorilla 35'), Juan Samudio
                    (Miguel Cardenas 55').
Referee:            Godfrey Bowen (Cayman Islands).
Coaches:            Jamaica: Carl Brown.
                    Paraguay: Aníbal Ruíz.
Cards:              Jamaica: Michael Johnson [Y 90+'].
                    Paraguay: Rubén Maldonado [Y 15'], Diego Gavilán [Y 45'], 
                              Justo Villar [R 54'], Rodrigo Mendoza [Y 60'].
Note:               Paraguay fielded a team of home-based players, but the match is still 
                    official for Paraguay.

13/07/2003, Ciudad de México, Estadio Azteca
CONCACAF Gold Cup, Group A
MEXICO              1 (Jared Borgetti 80')
BRAZIL              0
Mexico:             Oswaldo Sánchez; Salvador Carmona, Ricardo Osorio, Omar Briceño,
                    Octavio Valdez; Fernando Salazar, Pavel Pardo, Rafael García
                    (Juan Pablo Rodríguez 68'); Jesús Arellano (Daniel Osorno 68'),
                    Jared Borgetti, Miguel Zepeda (Luis Pérez 46'). 
Brazil:             Heurelhio Gomes; Maicon Sisenando, Luisão da Silva, Alex da Costa,
                    Adriano Claro; Júlio César Baptista (Nadson de Souza 83'), Paulo Almeida,
                    Diego da Cunha (Nilmar da Silva 73'), Ricardo Leite 'Kaká';
                    Ewerthon de Souza (Thiago Motta 54'), Robson de Souza 'Robinho'. 
Referee:            Rodolfo Sibrián (El Salvador).
Coaches:            Mexico: Ricardo Lavolpe (Argentina).
                    Brazil: Ricardo Gomes.
Cards:              Mexico: Jesús Arellano [Y 20'], Luis Pérez [Y 56'], 
                            Octavio Valdez [Y 70'], Oswaldo Sánchez [Y 90+'].
                    Brazil: Paulo Almeida [Y 87'].
Note:               Brazil fielded their Olympic team in the 2003 Gold Cup, coached by 
                    Ricardo Gomes and not by the A team coach Carlos Alberto Parreira.
                    Nevertheless, Brazil considers these matches to be official, as does FIFA.

13/07/2003, Miami (USA), Orange Bowl
CONCACAF Gold Cup, Group B
COLOMBIA            1 (Jairo Patiño 43')
JAMAICA             0
Colombia:           Farid Mondragón; Gerardo Vallejo, José Mera, Amaranto Perea, 
                    Rubén Darío Bustos (David Montoya 46'); Giovanni Hernández, Harold Lozano 
                    (Rubén Darío Velásquez 77'), John Javier Restrepo, Jairo Patiño 
                    (Kilian Virviescas 46'); Mauricio Molina, Jairo Castillo. 
Jamaica:            Donovan Ricketts; Craig Ziadie, Claude Davis, Tyrone Marshall,
                    Michael Johnson (Fabián Taylor 82'); Richard Langley (Omar Daley 60'),
                    Theodore Whitmore, James Lawrence, Ricardo Gardner; Andy Williams,
                    Darren Byfield (Onandi Lowe 60').
Referee:            Kevin Stott (USA).
Coaches:            Colombia: Francisco Maturana.
                    Jamaica: Carl Brown.
Cards:              Colombia: John Javier Restrepo [Y 90'].
                    Jamaica: James Lawrence [Y 88'].
 
15/07/2003, Ciudad de México (Mexico), Estadio Azteca
CONCACAF Gold, Group A
BRAZIL              2 (Maicon Sisenando 16', Diego da Cunha 84')
HONDURAS            1 (Julio César de León 90+' pen)
Brazil:             Heurelhio Gomes; Maicon Sisenando, Luisão da Silva, Alex da Costa,
                    Adriano Claro; Júlio César Baptista, Ewerthon de Souza
                    (Carlos Alberto de Jesús 73'), Paulo Almeida, Diego da Cunha;
                    Ricardo Leite 'Kaká', Robson de Souza 'Robinho' (Thiago Motta 55').
Honduras:           Víctor Coello; Javier Martínez; Eric Vallecillo, Milton Palacios,
                    Jaime Rosales, Oscar Bonilla (Emil Martínez 75'); Walter Hernández,
                    Luis Guifarro, Julio César de León; David Suazo (Jairo Martínez 71'),
                    Wilmer Velázquez (Danilo Turcios 46').
Referee:            Mauricio Navarro (Canada).
Coaches:            Brazil: Ricardo Gomes.
                    Honduras: Edwin Pavón.
Cards:              Brazil: Alex da Costa [Y 45'], Thiago Motta [Y 80'].
                    Honduras: Milton Palacios [Y 43'], David Suazo [Y 44'].
Note:               Brazil fielded its Olympic team in the 2003 Gold Cup, coached by 
                    Ricardo Gomes and not by the A team coach Carlos Alberto Parreira.
                    Nevertheless, Brazil considers these matches to be official, as does FIFA.
 
17/07/2003, Miami (USA), Orange Bowl
CONCACAF Gold Cup, Group B
COLOMBIA            1 (Mauricio Molina 79')
GUATEMALA           1 (Carlos Ruíz 21' pen)
Colombia:           Farid Mondragón; Gerardo Vallejo (Kilian Virviescas 46'), José Mera,
                    Luis Perea, Rubén Darío Bustos; Giovanni Hernández, Harold Lozano 
                    (Rubén Darío Velásquez 46'), John Javier Restrepo, Jairo Patiño;
                    Mauricio Molina, Jairo Castillo (Julián Vásquez 46').
Guatemala:          Edgar Estrada; Everaldo Valencia; Julio César Monterroso, Néstor Martínez,
                    Mynor González, Martín Machón; Héctor Aguirre, Fredy Thompson 
                    (Nelson Morales 76'), Gonzalo Romero (Fredy García 57'); Carlos Ruíz,
                    Juan Carlos Plata (Mario Rodríguez 40'). 
Referee:            Greivin Porras (Costa Rica).
Coaches:            Colombia: Francisco Maturana.
                    Guatemala: Víctor Manuel Aguado.
Cards:              Colombia: Farid Mondragón [Y 20'], José Mera [Y 45'], Luis Perea [Y 64'],
                              Julián Vásquez [Y 90'].
                    Guatemala: Héctor Aguirre [Y 26'], Everaldo Valencia [Y 78'].

23/07/2003, Miami, Orange Bowl
CONCACAF Gold Cup, semi-final
USA                 1 (Carlos Bocanegra 62')
BRAZIL              2 (Ricardo Leite 'Kaká' 89', Diego da Cunha 100' pen)
After Sudden Death Extra Time.
USA:                Kasey Keller; Frankie Hejduk, Carlos Bocanegra, Cory Gibbs, Bobby Convey;
                    Earnie Stewart (Damarcus Beasley 83'), Pablo Mastroeni, Claudio Reyna
                    (Richard Mulrooney 71'), Eddie Lewis; Brian McBride (Clint Mathis 30'),
                    Landon Donovan.
Brazil:             Heurelhio Gomes; Maicon Sisenando, Luisão da Silva, Alex da Costa,
                    Adriano Claro; Júlio César Baptista, Paulo Almeida (Ewerthon de Souza 86'),
                    Diego da Cunha, Ricardo Leite 'Kaká'; Nilmar da Silva 
                    (Nadson de Souza 80'), Robson de Souza 'Robinho' 
                    (Carlos Alberto de Jesús 73').
Referee:            Carlos Batres (Guatemala)
Coaches:            USA: Bruce Arena.
                    Brazil: Ricardo Gomes.
Cards:              USA: Claudio Reyna [Y 7'], Pablo Mastroeni [Y 41'],
                         Carlos Bocanegra [Y 85'], Cory Gibbs [R 100'].
                    Brazil: Nilmar da Silva [Y 16'], Adriano Claro [Y 62'],
                            Maicon Sisenando [Y 65'], Carlos Alberto de Jesús [Y 78'],
                            Diego da Cunha [Y 90'].
Note:               Brazil fielded their Olympic team in the 2003 Gold Cup, coached by 
                    Ricardo Gomes and not by the A team coach Carlos Alberto Parreira.
                    Nevertheless, Brazil considers these matches to be official, as does FIFA.

26/07/2003, Watford (England), Vicarage Road
Friendly International
NIGERIA             1 (Augustine 'Jay-Jay' Okocha 8')
VENEZUELA           0
Nigeria:            Vincent Enyeama; George Abbey, Joseph Yobo, Isaac Okoronkwo,
                    Joseph Enakakhire; John Utaka, Seyi Olofinjana, Augustine 'Jay-Jay' Okocha
                    (Onoriode Omagufi 46'), Ifeanyi Ekwueme; Nwankwo Kanu (Ahmed Garba 82'),
                    Benedict Akwuegbu. 
Venezuela:          Gilberto Angelucci; Luis Vallenilla, Wilfredo Alvarado, Alejandro Cichero,
                    Jonay Hernández; Miguel Mea Vitali (Javier Villafraz 77'),
                    Leopoldo Jiménez, Juan Arango (Giovanni Pérez 82'), Ricardo Páez
                    (Wilfredo Moreno 80'); Ruberth Morán (Gabriel Urdaneta 56'), 
                    Cristian Cásseres (Daniel Noriega 77').
Referee:            
Coaches:            Nigeria: Christian Chukwu.
                    Venezuela: Richard Páez.
 
27/07/2003, Ciudad de México, Estadio Azteca
CONCACAF Gold Cup, final
MEXICO              1 (Daniel Osorno 97')
BRAZIL              0
After Sudden Death Extra Time.
Mexico:             Oswaldo Sánchez; Salvador Carmona, Ricardo Osorio, Omar Briceño,
                    Octavio Valdez; Fernando Salazar (Mario Méndez 76'), Pavel Pardo,
                    Luis Pérez, Rafael García (Juan Pablo Rodríguez 65'); Jesús Arellano
                    (Daniel Osorno 65'), Jared Borgetti. 
Brazil:             Heurelhio Gomes; Maicon Sisenando, Luisão da Silva, Alex da Costa,
                    Adriano Claro (Diego Coelho 60'); Júlio Baptista, Ricardo Leite 'Kaká',
                    Paulo Almeida, Diego da Cunha; Robson de Souza 'Robinho'
                    (Carlos Alberto de Jesús 46'), Nilmar da Silva (Ewerthon de Souza 91').
Referee:            Mauricio Navarro (Canada).           
Coaches:            Mexico: Ricardo Lavolpe (Argentina).
                    Brazil: Ricardo Gomes.
Cards:              Mexico: Omar Briceño [Y 42'], Salvador Carmona [Y 86'].
                    Brazil: Júlio Baptista [Y 15'], Diego da Cunha [Y 53'], 
                            Luisão da Silva [Y 80'], Paulo Almeida [Y 86'].
Note:               Brazil fielded their Olympic team in the 2003 Gold Cup, coached by 
                    Ricardo Gomes and not by the A team coach Carlos Alberto Parreira.
                    Nevertheless, Brazil considers these matches to be official, as does FIFA.

13/08/2003, Tehran (Iran), Azadi stadium
LG Cup (Iran)  
URUGUAY             4 (Carlos Bueno 31', 46', Horacio Peralta 59', Fabián Estoyanoff 66')
CAMEROON A'         0
Uruguay:            Gustavo Munúa (Luis Barbat 77'); Adrián Romero (Juan Ramón Curbelo 53'),
                    Cristian González (Cono Aguiar 71'), Alejandro Lago, Bruno Silva;
                    Carlos Diogo, Marcelo Sosa (Marcelo Broli 64'), Martín Ligüera;
                    Fabián Estoyanoff, Carlos Bueno [c] (Nicolás Vigneri 68'), Horacio Peralta.
Cameroon A':        Vital Merengue [c], Landry Noyves, Marcellin Gaha, Augustin Binya,
                    Omarou Sanda (Raymond Tombé 60'), Gaspard Aloma (? 54'), 
                    Narcissé Fish Abada (Felix Nzeina 58'), [4 missing].
                    [Sub also used: Cyrille Tchana 66'].
Referee:            Ali Khosravi (Iran).
Coaches:            Uruguay: Juan Ramón Carrasco.
                    Cameroon A': Winfried Schäfer (Germany).
Cards:              Uruguay: Gustavo Munúa [Y 56'].
                    Cameroon A': Felix Nzeina [Y 72'], ? [R 78'].
Note:               Not a full FIFA international, and unofficial for Cameroon and Uruguay
                    (although Uruguay considers its other match in this tournament to be
                    official).

15/08/2003, Tehran, Azadi stadium
LG Cup (Iran), 3rd place 
IRAN                4 (Farhad Majidi 11', Ali Daei 13', Hossein Kaebi 32', Javad Kazemian 84')
CAMEROON A'         1 (Mokake N'Dembé 89')
Iran:               Ebrahim Mirzapour; Jalal Kameli-Mofrad (Mohammad Nosrati 82'),
                    Yahya Golmohammadi, Rahman Rezaei, Mehdi Amirabadi (Ali Badavi 74');
                    Hossein Kaabi, Javad Nekounam, Iman Mobali (Arash Borhani 85');
                    Farhad Majidi (Yadollah Akbari 72'), Ali Daei, Pejman Nouri 
                    (Javad Kazemian 33').
Cameroon A':        Felix Ekoto; Vital Merengue, Marcellin Gaha, Landry Noyves, 
                    Cyrille Tchana (Samuel Ngomé 34'); Felix Nzeina, Augustin Binya,
                    Omarou Sanda (Mokake N'Dembé 69'), Raymond Tombé; Gaspard Aloma,
                    Narcissé Fish Abada.
Referee:            Saad Kameel Al-Fadhli (Kuwait).
Coaches:            Iran: Homayoun Shahroukhi.
                    Cameroon A': Winfried Schäfer (Germany).
Cards:              Iran: Yahya Golmohammadi [Y 46'], Rahman Rezaei [Y 65'].
                    Cameroon A':
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

15/08/2003, Tehran (Iran), Azadi Stadium, 7000
LG Cup (Iran), final 
URUGUAY             5 (Martín Ligüera 31', 36', 82' pen, Carlos Bueno 67', 70')
IRAQ                2 (Hisham Mohammed Fayadh 58', Ali Wahaib Shnaiyn 87' pen)
Uruguay:            Gustavo Munúa (Luis Barbat 75'); Adrián Romero (Juan Ramón Curbelo 58'),
                    Cristian González, Alejandro Lago, Bruno Silva [c] (Cono Aguiar 68');
                    Carlos Diogo, Marcelo Sosa (Marcelo Broli 72'), Martín Ligüera;
                    Fabián Estoyanoff, Carlos Bueno, Horacio Peralta (Nicolás Vigneri 32').
Iraq:               Saad Nassir Jamil; Haidar Jabar Khadim; Rafid Badraddin, 
                    Haidar Obaid Jassim, Ahmed Khadim Asad, Jassim Swadi Fayadh 
                    (Abbas Rahim Zayer 72'); Abdul-Wahab Abu Al-Hail (Ali Wahaib Shnaiyn 55'),
                    Mohanad Mohammed Ali (Haitham Khadim Tahir 46'), Ahmed Abdul-Jabar
                    (Saeed Muhsin 55'); Razzaq Farhan Musa, Hussam Fawzi Naji [c]
                    (Hisham Mohammed Fayadh 46'). 
Referee:            Rahim Moghadam Rahimi (Iran).
Coaches:            Iraq: Bernd Stange (Germany).
                    Uruguay: Juan Ramón Carrasco.
Note:               Not a full FIFA international, but considered official for Uruguay
                    and Iraq.

19/08/2003, Dublin, Lansdowne Road
Friendly International
IRELAND             2 (John O'Shea 74', Clinton Morrison 80')
AUSTRALIA           1 (Mark Viduka 49')
Ireland:            Nick Colgan; Steven Carr (Ian Harte 57'), Kenny Cunningham 
                    (Richard Dunne 83'), Gary Breen (Andy O'Brien 46'), John O'Shea;
                    Steve Finnan (Kevin Kilbane 66'), Matt Holland (Colin Healy 19'),
                    Mark Kinsella, Damien Duff (Alan Quinn 79'); Gary Doherty 
                    (Clinton Morrison 57'), Robbie Keane (David Connolly 46').
Australia:          Mark Schwarzer; Lucas Neill, Hayden Foxe, Anthony Popovic, Stan Lazaridis;
                    Brett Emerton, Marco Bresciano, Paul Okon (Vince Grella 67'), Danny Tiatto
                    (Tony Vidmar 69'); Mark Viduka (John Aloisi 78'), Scott Chipperfield. 
Referee:            Karel Vidlák (Czech Republic).
Coaches:            Ireland: Brian Kerr.
                    Australia: Frank Farina.
 
20/08/2003, Wien, Ernst Happel stadion
Friendly International
AUSTRIA             2 (Eduard Glieder 34' pen, Roman Wallner 70')
COSTA RICA          0
Austria:            Thomas Mandl (Helge Payer 46'); Ernst Dospel, Anton Ehmann, Martin Hiden,
                    Emanuel Pogatetz (Markus Katzer 79'); Markus Schopp 
                    (Markus Weissenberger 67'), René Aufhauser, Andreas Ivanschitz,
                    Thomas Flögel; Eduard Glieder (Mario Haas 64'), Roland Kirchler 
                    (Roman Wallner 64').
Costa Rica:         Ricardo González; Luis Marín; Alexánder Castro (Hárold Wallace 68'),
                    Jervis Drummond, Pablo Chinchilla, Leonardo González; Wálter Centeno 
                    (Try Bennett 85'), Mauricio Solís, Daniel Fonseca (Gerald Drummond 60');
                    Steven Bryce, Rolando Fonseca. 
Referee:            Alain Hamer (Luxembourg).
Coaches:            Austria: Johan Krankl.
                    Costa Rica: Steve Sampson (USA).
Cards:              Austria: Ernst Dospel [Y], Eduard Glieder [Y], Markus Schopp [Y].
                    Costa Rica: Wálter Centeno [Y], Daniel Fonseca [Y], Leonardo González [Y].

20/08/2003, Minsk, Dinamo, 10000
Friendly International
BELARUS             2 (Maxim Romashchenko 9' pen, Sergei Shtanyuk 41')
IRAN                1 (Pejman Nouri 84')
Belarus:            Gennadi Tumilovich; Artem Chelyadinski (Dmitri Rovneïko 46'),
                    Andrei Ostrovski (Vladimir Shuneïko 32' (Aleksandr Khrapkovski 66')),
                    Sergei Shtanyuk, Sergei Omelyanchuk; Sergei Gurenko 
                    (Vladimir Makovski 83'), Denis Kovba, Aleksandr Kulchiy, Maxim Romashchenko
                    (Sergei Kornilenko 69'); Roman Vasilyuk (Vitali Volodenkov 46'), 
                    Vitali Kutuzov (Sergei Kovalchuk 77').
Iran:               Ebrahim Mirzapour; Jalal Kameli (Mohsen Bengar 82'), Yahya Golmohammadi,
                    Rahman Rezaei, Mohammad Nosrati (Ali Badavi 89'); Hossein Kaebi, 
                    Javad Nekounam, Yadollah Akbari (Pejman Nouri 58'), Mehrzad Madanchi;
                    Ali Daei, Javad Kazemian.
Referee:            Nikolai Ivanov (Russia).
Coaches:            Belarus: Anatoli Baydachni.
                    Iran: Homayoun Shahroukhi.
Cards:              Belarus: Sergei Gurenko [Y 32'], Dmitri Rovneïko [Y 76'].
                    Iran: Hossein Kaebi [Y 29'].

20/08/2003, Tianjin, Minyuan Stadium, 15000
Friendly International
CHINA               0
CHILE               0
China:              Liu Yunfei; Wei Xin, Li Weifeng, Xiao Zhanbo, Yang Pu (Li Ming 46');
                    Liu Jindong (Zhou Haibin 46'), Lu Gang (Xu Yunlong 74'), Zhou Ting,
                    Xiao Junzhe; Li Yi (Zhang Shuo 77'), Li Jinyu (Du Ping 46'). 
Chile:              Nelson Tapia; Cristián Álvarez, Luis Fuentes, David Henríquez,
                    Rodrigo Pérez; Arturo Sanhueza (Boris González 61'), Marcos González,
                    Rodrigo Millar (José Luis Jeréz 79'), Mark González; Arturo Norambuena
                    (José Luis Villanueva 60'), Manuel Neira (Daniel Pérez 80'). 
Referee:            Sun Baojie (China).
Coaches:            China: Arie Haan (Netherlands).
                    Chile: Juvenal Olmos.
Cards:              China: Yang Pu [Y 23'].
                    Chile: none.
 
20/08/2003, New York (USA), Shea Stadium, 16000
Friendly International
COLOMBIA            0
SLOVAKIA            0
Colombia:           Farid Mondragón (Juan Carlos Henao 65'); Iván López, José Mera,
                    Amaranto Perea, Gerardo Bedoya (Roberto Carlos Cortés 46'); David Montoya,
                    John Viáfara (Rubén Darío Velásquez 46'), Jorge López, David Ferreira
                    (Álvaro Domínguez 46'); Martín Arzuaga (Rafael Castillo 46'), 
                    Léider Preciado.
Slovakia:           Branislav Rzeszoto; Michal Hanek, Branislav Labant, Vladimír Labant,
                    Maroš Klimpl (Dušan Sninský 46'); Karol Kisel (Miroslav Barčík 77'),
                    Radoslav Zabavník, Rudolf Urban, Martin Ďurica; Róbert Vittek 
                    (Marián Kurty 67'), TomᚠOravec (Peter Babnič 46').
Referee:            Kevin Stott (USA).
Coaches:            Colombia: Francisco Maturana.
                    Slovakia: Ladislav Jurkemik.
Cards:              Colombia:
                    Slovakia: Dušan Sninský [Y].

20/08/2003, Ambato
Friendly International
ECUADOR             2 (Johnny Baldeón 6', Alex Aguinaga 50')
GUATEMALA           0
Ecuador:            José Francisco Cevallos; Néicer Reasco, Iván Hurtado, Geovanny Espinoza,
                    Kléber Corozo (Fricson George 46'); Luis Fernando Saritama 
                    (Alfonso Obregón 46'), Edison Méndez, Santiago Morales (Marlon Ayoví 46'),
                    Alex Aguinaga (Paul Ambrossi 62'); Johnny Baldeón (Ángel Fernández 46'),
                    Franklin Salas (Evelio Ordóñez 46').
Guatemala:          Paulo César Motta; Everaldo Valencia; Julio Monterroso, Néstor Martínez,
                    Pablo Melgar (Víctor Hernández 78'), Edwin González (Hernán Sandoval 75');
                    Héctor Aguirre, Fredy Thompson, Gonzalo Romero (José Zacarías Antonio 75');
                    Juan Carlos Plata (Eddy Ortiz 46'), Mario Acevedo (Mario Rodríguez 78'). 
Referee:            Segundo Díaz (Ecuador).
Coaches:            Ecuador: Hernán Darío Gómez (Colombia).
                    Guatemala: Víctor Manuel Aguado.
Cards:              Ecuador: Fernando Saritama [Y 36'].
                    Guatemala: Everaldo Valencia [Y 34'].

20/08/2003, Tokyo, National Stadium
Friendly International
JAPAN               3 (Naohiro Takahara 1', 39', Yasuhito Endo 72')
NIGERIA             0
Japan:              Hitoshi Sogahata; Nobuhisa Yamada, Keisuke Tsuboi, Tsuneyasu Miyamoto, 
                    Alexsandro Santos 'Alex'; Hidetoshi Nakata, Junichi Inamoto, Yasuhito Endo,
                    Shunsuke Nakamura; Atsushi Yanagisawa, Naohiro Takahara 
                    (Yoshito Okubo 68').
Nigeria:            Greg Etafia; Efetobore Sodje, Emmanuel Izuagha, Joseph Enakahire,
                    Patrick Ovie (Kola Adams 74'); Haruna Babangida, Seyi Olofinjana,
                    Benedict Akwuegbu, Ikpe Ekong; Ifeanyi Ekwueme (Samuel Ayorinde 44'),
                    Ike Kalu (Femi Opabunmi 78').
Referee:            Kim Tae-Young (South Korea).
Coaches:            Japan: Artur Coimbra 'Zico' (Brazil).
                    Nigeria: Christian Chukwu.
 
20/08/2003, Rīga, Skonto stadions, 4000
Friendly International
LATVIA              0
UZBEKISTAN          3 (Andrey Akopyants 41', Anvar Soliev 80', Alexandr Geynrikh 86')
Latvia:             Aleksandrs Koliņko; Dzintars Zirnis, Mihails Zemļinskis,
                    Igors N. Stepanovs, Oļegs Blagonadeždins (Mihails Miholaps 76'); 
                    Imants Bleidelis (Andrejs Štolcers 59'), Jurģis Pučinsks 
                    (Vitālijs Astafjevs 46'), Juris Laizāns, Andrejs Rubins; Māris Verpakovskis
                    (Vladimirs Koļesņičenko 82'), Viktors Dobrecovs (Andrejs Prohorenkovs 46').
Uzbekistan:         Aleksey Polyakov; Aleksandr Khvostunov, Bakhtiyor Ashurmatov,
                    Andrey Fyodorov, Asror Alikulov; Timur Kapadze (Vladislav Kiryan 90'),
                    Sergey Dzheparov, Leonid Koshelev, Nikolai Shirshov; Andrey Akopyants
                    (Anvar Soliev 70'), Vladimir Shishelov (Alexandr Geynrikh 46').
Referee:            Andriy Shandor (Ukraine).
Coaches:            Latvia: Alexandrs Starkovs.
                    Uzbekistan: Viktor Borisov.
Cards:              Latvia: Mihails Zemļinskis [R 88'].
                    Uzbekistan: Sergey Dzheparov [Y 67'], Bakhtiyor Ashurmatov [R 88'].

20/08/2003, East Rutherford (USA), Giants Stadium
Friendly International
PERU                3 (Claudio Pizarro 1', Carlos Zegarra 31', Nolberto Solano 33')
MEXICO              1 (Mariano Trujillo 54')
Peru:               Erick Delgado; Jorge Soto, Miguel Rebosio, John Galliquio, Martín Hidalgo;
                    Nolberto Solano, Juan Jayo, Carlos Zegarra, Roberto Palacios 
                    (José Soto 80'); Andrés Mendoza (Jefferson Farfán 80'), Claudio Pizarro. 
Mexico:             Oscar Pérez; Salvador Carmona (Irving Rubirosa 80'), Ricardo Osorio, 
                    Omar Briceño, Octavio Valdez; Fernando Salazar (Mario Méndez 83'),
                    Pavel Pardo (Carlos Morales 46'), Juan Pablo Rodríguez, Rafael García
                    (Mariano Trujillo 46'); Jared Borgetti, Adolfo Bautista
                    (Daniel Osorno 58').
Referee:            Bryan Hall (USA).
Coaches:            Peru: Paulo César Autuori (Brazil).
                    Mexico: Ricardo Lavolpe (Argentina).
Cards:              Peru: Roberto Palacios [Y 26'], Andrés Mendoza [Y 31'], 
                          John Galliquio [Y 39' R 69'], Claudio Pizarro [R 69'],
                          Erick Delgado [Y 87'].
                    Mexico: Ricardo Osorio [Y 30'], Salvador Carmona [Y 31'],
                            Omar Briceño [R 69'], Jared Borgetti [R 69'],
                            Fernando Salazar [Y 82'].
 
20/08/2003, Ciudad de Panamá, Estadio Rommel Fernández
Friendly International
PANAMA              1 (Juan Ramón Solís 77')
PARAGUAY            2 (Jorge Campos 6', Carlos Gamarra 17')
Panama:             Ricardo James; Felipe Baloy; Mario Méndez (Roberto Stewart 85'),
                    Ubaldo Guardia, Luis Moreno, Víctor Herrera (Luis Henríquez 75');
                    Manuel Torres, Juan Ramón Solís, Jorge Ortega (Alberto Zapata 46');
                    José Luis Garcés (Ricardo Palomino 84'), Blas Pérez (Luis Tejada 46').
Paraguay:           Ricardo Tavarelli; Denis Caniza (Néstor Isasi 62'), Carlos Gamarra,
                    Pablo Da Silva, Delio Toledo (Julio César Cáceres 46'); Carlos Bonet,
                    Carlos Paredes, Julio Enciso (Ángel Ortiz, 47'), Jorge Campos
                    (Guido Alvarenga 46'); Raúl Román (Gustavo Morínigo 81'), Freddy Bareiro
                    (Erwin Avalos 82').
Referee:            Greivin Porras (Costa Rica).
Coaches:            Panama: Gary Stempel (England).
                    Paraguay: Aníbal Ruíz.
Cards:              Paraguay: Carlos Gamarra [Y 39'], Carlos Paredes [Y 60'].
                    Panama: Felipe Baloy [Y 32'].

20/08/2003, Maracaibo, Estadio José Encarnación 'Pachencho' Romero
Friendly International
VENEZUELA           3 (Leonel Vielma 77' pen, Héctor González 83', Giovany Rivero 87')
HAITI               2 (Jean-Philippe Peguero 55', Jean Maceus 69')
Venezuela:          Gilberto Angelucci (Manuel Sanhouse 46'); Luis Vallenilla, Leonel Vielma,
                    José Manuel Rey (Alejandro Cíchero 51'), Jorge Rojas; Luis Vera,
                    Miguel Mea Vitali (Javier Villafraz 66'), Héctor González, Giovanny Pérez
                    (Giovany Rivero 62'); Wilfredo Moreno, Alexander Rondón 
                    (Giancarlos Maldonado 62').
Haiti:              Fenelon Gabart; Stéphane Guillaume, David Sancius, Robinson Alcime, 
                    James Dorcelus (Jean Jacques Ernso 81'); Romulus Turlien, Wadson Corriolan,
                    Peter Germain, Alexandre Boucicaut; Jean-Philippe Peguero, Jean Maceus
                    (Cherry Mones 76'). 
Referee:            Jorge Manzur (Venezuela).
Coaches:            Venezuela: Richard Páez.
                    Haiti: Maxime Augusto.
Cards:              Venezuela: Leonel Vielma [Y 64'].
                    Haiti: James Dorcelus [Y 21'], Wadson Corriolan [Y 34'], 
                           Romulus Turlien [Y 76'].

27/08/2003, Lima, Estadio Nacional
Friendly International
PERU                0
GUATEMALA           0
Peru:               Leao Butrón; Paolo de la Haza, Juan Pajuelo (Wilder Galliquio 46'),
                    Alberto Rodríguez, Martín Vásquez (Guillermo Guizazola 46');
                    Henry Quinteros (Cesar Balbín 67'), Marco Ruíz (José Corcuera 46'),
                    Luis Hernández, Juan Cominges (Reynaldo Cruzado 67'); Carlos Orejuela,
                    Israel Zúñiga (Johan Fano 46').
Guatemala:          Edgard Estrada (Paulo Motta 46'); Pablo Melgar; Julio Monterroso
                    (Hernán Sandoval 46'), Néstor Martínez, Gustavo Cabrera, Javier González;
                    Héctor Aguirre, Eddy Ortiz (Mario Rodríguez 72'), Gonzalo Romero 
                    (Dwight Pezzarossi 46'); Fredy Thompson, Mario Acevedo 
                    (Erwin Gonzales 68'). 
Referee:            Guillermo Lecca (Peru) .
Coaches:            Peru: Paulo César Autuori (Brazil).
                    Guatemala: Víctor Manuel Aguado.
Cards:              Peru: Cesar Balbín [Y 83'].
                    Guatemala: Pablo Melgar [Y 56'], Javier González [Y 83'].

31/08/2003, La Paz, Estadio Hernando Siles
Friendly International
BOLIVIA             3 (Limberg Méndez 21', Álvaro Ricaldi 52', Limberg Gutiérrez 84')
PANAMA              0
Bolivia:            José Carlo Fernández; Juan Carlos Paz; Luis Gatty Ribeiro, Oscar Sánchez,
                    Álvaro Ricaldi, Diego Bengolea (Limbert Morejón 62'); Richard Rojas,
                    Julio César Baldivieso (Darwin Cuéllar 84'), Luis Héctor Cristaldo
                    (Raúl Justiniano 67'); Limbert Méndez, Augusto Andaveris 
                    (Limberg Gutiérrez 77').
Panamá:             Donaldo González; Marcos Villarroel (Irving Bailey 71'), Anthony Tórres,
                    Ubaldo Guardia, Víctor Herrera (Rolando Escobar 59'); Gary Ramos,
                    Manuel Tórres, Agustín Salinas (Rolando Palma 67'), Ricardo Phillips
                    (Marcos Aparicio 58'); Anel Canales (Christian Vega 46'), Alberto Zapata. 
Referee:            Marcelo Ortubé (Bolivia).
Coaches:            Bolivia: Nelson Acosta (Uruguay).
                    Panama: Gonzalo Soto.
Cards:              Bolivia: none.
                    Panama: Ubaldo Guardia [Y 42'], Manuel Tórres [Y 47'].

31/08/2003, Fort Lauderdale (USA), Lockhart stadium
Friendly International
HAITI U23           4 (Alexandre Boucicaut 13', 45', Jean-Philippe Peguero 51' pen, 75')
CHINA               3 (Qi Hong 15', Xiao Zhanbo 39' pen, Li Jinyu 43')
Referee:            Reginald Rutty (USA).
Coaches:            Haiti U23: Maxime Auguste.
                    China: Arie Haan (Netherlands).
Note:               Match is a full FIFA international.

04/09/2003, Dinard (France), Stade Paul Audrain 
Friendly International
ALGERIA             1 (Abdelmalek Cherrad 26')
QATAR               0 
Algeria:            Nassim Ousserir; Yacine Slatni, Samir Zaoui, Maamar Mamouni,
                    Abderraouf Zarabi; Nasredine Kraouche, Yazid Mansouri, Fodil Hadjadj,
                    Ali Bendebka; Abdelmalek Cherad, Farès Fellahi. 
Qatar:
Referee:
Coaches:            Algeria: Rabah Sâadane.
                    Qatar: Philippe Troussier (France).
 
07/09/2003, Reading (England), Madejski Stadium
Friendly International
AUSTRALIA           2 (Marco Bresciano 19', Harry Kewell 58')
JAMAICA             1 (Kevin Lisbie 20')
Australia:          Mark Schwarzer (Zeljko Kalac 46'); Lucas Neill, Steve Laybutt,
                    Tony Vidmar, Kevin Muscat; Marco Bresciano, Paul Okon, Josip Skoko,
                    Scott Chipperfield; Harry Kewell, Mark Viduka (Mile Sterjovski 85').
Jamaica:            Donovan Ricketts; Craig Ziadie, Frank Sinclair, Tyrone Marshall
                    (Onandi Lowe 77'), Michael Johnson; Omar Daley, Trevor Benjamin
                    (Damion Stewart 59'), Kevin Lisbie (Jamal Campbell-Ryce 79'),
                    Ricardo Gardner; Ricardo Fuller (Jermaine Johnson 46'), Barry Hayles
                    (Fabian Taylor 69').
Referee:            Andy D'Urso (England).
Coaches:            Australia: Frank Farina.
                    Jamaica: Carl Brown.
Cards:              Australia: Steve Laybutt [Y 23'].
                    Jamaica: Ricardo Gardner [Y 73'].

07/09/2003, Fort Lauderdale (USA), Lockhart Stadium
Friendly International
COSTA RICA          2 (Álvaro Saborío 14', Steven Bryce 26')
CHINA               0
Costa Rica:         Ricardo González; Gilberto Martínez; Alexánder Castro (Try Bennett 46'),
                    Jervis Drummond, Pablo Chinchilla, Leonardo González (Junior Díaz 58');
                    Mauricio Solís (José Luis López 58'), Wálter Centeno, Steven Bryce;
                    Erick Scott (Daniel Vallejos 87'), Álvaro Saborío (Román Vargas 69').
China:              Liu Yunfei; Wei Xin, Li Ming (Lu Gang 75'), Xiao Zhanbo, Yang Pu
                    (Xu Yunlong 46'); Liu Jindong, Li Xiaopeng (Du Ping 46'), Zhao Junzhe,
                    Zhou Ting; Zheng Bin (Yang Lin 67'), Zhang Shou (Qi Hong 67').
Referee:            Kevin Stott (USA).
Coaches:            Costa Rica: Steve Sampson (USA).
                    China: Arie Haan (Netherlands).
 
10/09/2003, Niigata, Big Swan Stadium
Friendly International
JAPAN               0 
SENEGAL             1 (Pape Bouba Diop 6')
Japan:              Hitoshi Sogahata; Nobuhisa Yamada, Keisuke Tsuboi, Tsuneyasu Miyamoto,
                    Alexsandro Santos 'Alex'; Hidetoshi Nakata, Junichi Inamoto,
                    Yasuhito Endo (Shinji Ono 73'), Shunsuke Nakamura; Atsushi Yanagisawa
                    (Teruaki Kurobe 75'), Yoshito Okubo (Masashi Motoyama 64').
Senegal:            Tony Sylva; Souleymane Diawara, Lamine Diatta (Habib Bèye 62'), 
                    Pape Malick Diop, Omar Daf; Pape Bouba Diop, Salif Diao, Amdy Faye 
                    (Sylvain Ndiaye 54'); Henri Camara (Mamadou Diabang 87'), Mamadou Niang
                    (Souleymane Camara 62'), Diomansy Kamara (Ousmane Ndoye 77').
Referee:            Moradi Masoud (Iran).
Coaches:            Japan: Artur Coimbra 'Zico' (Brazil).
                    Senegal: Guy Stéphan (France).
 
10/09/2003, Marrakech, Stade Harti
Friendly International
MOROCCO             2 (Merouane Chemmakh 38', 49')
TRINIDAD/TOBAGO     0
Morocco:            Khalid Fouhami (Abdillah Bagui 74'); Nourredine Naybet
                    (Houcine Kharja 74'); Oualid Regragui, Talal El-Karkouri, Abdeslam Ouaddou
                    (Tarek Chihab 46'), Akram Roumani (Mustapha Oussaleh 80');
                    Youssef El-Mokhtari (Youssef Hadji 63'), Youssef Safri, Mohammed Yaâcoubi
                    (Abdelkrim Kaïssi 66'); Jaouad Zairi, Merouane Chemakh (Nabil Baha 69').
Trinidad/Tobago:    Kelvin Jack; Reynold Carrington [c]; Carlos Edwards, Dennis Lawrence,
                    Martin Andrews, Evans Wise; Aurtis Whitley, Dale Saunders, Stokely Mason;
                    Stern John, Jason Norville. [Subs: Avery John, Anton Pierre, 
                    Travis Mulraine, Cornell Glen].
Referee:            Atef Yaâcoubi (Tunisia).
Coaches:            Morocco: Ezaki Badou 'Zaki'.
                    Trinidad/Tobago: Stuart Charles-Fevrier.
Cards:              Morocco: Khalid Fouhami [Y], Abdeslam Ouaddou [Y]
                    Trinidad/Tobago:

17/09/2003, Sana'a
Friendly International
YEMEN               3 (Muhammad Al-Minj 17', Ali Mubarak 54', Saleh Al Shihri)
SUDAN               2 (Ammar M. Ibrahim 64', Amir Damir 83')
Yemen:              Salim Awadh; Khalid Afara, Mohammed Saleh Yousif, Ihab Al-Nazili,
                    Ali Al-Nuno; Ali Mubarak (Nashwan Aziz), Nasser M. Al-Wosabi,
                    Saleh Al-Shihri, Ali Al-Omqi; Mohammed Al-Minj (Fadl Al-Aromi),
                    Adel Al-Salmi. 
Referee:
Coaches:            Yemen: Hazim Jassem
                    Sudan:

19/09/2003, Sana'a
Friendly International
YEMEN               1
SUDAN               2
 
08/10/2003, Tunis, Stade Olympique d'El Menzah
Friendly International
TUNISIA             0
JAPAN               1 (Atsushi Yanagisawa 39')
Tunisia:            Khaled Fadhel; Hatem Trabelsi, Khaled Badra, Radhouane Bouzaiène,
                    Anis Ayari; Mehdi Nafti (Wajih Seghaïer 89'), Adel Chédli, Slim Ben Achour
                    (Riadh Bouazizi 75'); Jiad Jaziri, Najed Braham (Mohamed Selliti 53'),
                    Imed Mhadhebi (Nabil Missaoui 80').
Japan:              Seigo Narazaki; Akira Kaji, Teruyuki Moniwa, Yuji Nakazawa, Atsuhiro Miura;
                    Hidetoshi Nakata, Junichi Inamoto, Shinji Ono, Shunsuke Nakamura;
                    Takayuki Suzuki (Yoshito Okubo 89'), Atsushi Yanaghisawa 
                    (Toshiya Fujita 77'). 
Referee:            Kamel Barbar (Algeria).
Coaches:            Tunisia: Roger Lemerre (France).
                    Japan: Artur Coimbra 'Zico' (Brazil).
 
11/10/2003, Potchefstroom, Olen Park
Nelson Mandela Challenge Cup
SOUTH AFRICA        2 (Siyabonga Nomvethe 75', Patrick Mayo 87' )
COSTA RICA          1 (Aaron Mokoena 79' OG)
South Africa:       Andre Arendse; Tony Coyle (Jimmy Tau 84'), John Mbulelo Mabizela,
                    Aaron Mokoena, David Kannemeyer; Jabu Pule, John Moshoeu, Teboho Mokoena
                    (Josta Dladla 81'), Japhet Zwane (Stanton Fredericks 43'); Patrick Mayo,
                    Siyabonga Nomvethe. 
Costa Rica:         Adrián De Lemos; Mauricio Wright; Alexánder Castro, Reynaldo Parks,
                    Pablo Chinchilla, Junior Díaz; José Luis López, Steven Bryce 
                    (Try Bennett 84'), Wálter Centeno; Álvaro Saborío (David Diach 67'),
                    Rolando Fonseca (Alonso Solís 58').
Referee:            Tendai Bwanya (Zimbabwe).
Coaches:            South Africa: Ephraim Mashaba.
                    Costa Rica: Steve Sampson (USA).
 
11/10/2003, Washington (USA), RFK Stadium
Friendly International
BOLIVIA             1 (Juan Manuel Peña 89')
HONDURAS            0 
Bolivia:            José Carlo Fernández; Luis Gatti Ribeiro, Juan Manuel Peña,
                    Oscar Sánchez, Álvaro Ricaldi; Ronald Raldes, Leonel Reyes,
                    Raúl Justiniano, Joselito Vaca (Gualberto Mojica 72'); Carlos Suárez
                    (Limberg Gutiérrez 55'), Roger Suárez.
Honduras:           Héctor Medina; Mauricio Sabillón (Nery Medina 55'), Milton Palacios,
                    Ninrod Medina, Javier Martínez (Rony Morales 75'); Elmer Marín,
                    Víctor Mena (Luis Guifarro 50'), José Luis Pineda (Wálter Hernández 70'),
                    Eskin González; Milton Núñez, Marcelo Ferreira (Denilson Costa 50').
Referee:            Michael Kennedy (USA).
Coaches:            Bolivia: Nelson Acosta (Uruguay).
                    Honduras: Velibor 'Bora' Milutinović (Serbia/Montenegro).
Cards:              Bolivia: Oscar Sánchez [Y], Álvaro Ricaldi [Y], Raúl Justiniano [Y].
                    Honduras: Mauricio Sabillón [Y], Luis Guifarro [Y], José Luis Pineda [Y].

11/10/2003, Tampere, Ratina Stadium
Friendly International
FINLAND             3 (Mikael Forssell 14', Joonas Kolkka 16', Teemu Tainio 32')
CANADA              2 (Tomasz Radzinski 75', Dwayne De Rosario 85')
Finland:            Jussi Jääskeläinen; Markus Heikkinen, Sami Hyypiä (Toni Kuivasto 56'),
                    Petri Pasanen (Mika Kottila 78'), Janne Saarinen; Mika Nurmela, 
                    Mika Väyrynen, Teemu Tainio (Aki Riihilahti 62'), Joonas Kolkka 
                    (Peter Kopteff 46'); Alexei Eremenko (Daniel Sjölund 71'), Mikael Forssell.
Canada:             Pat Onstad (Lars Hirschfeld 46'); Paul Stalteri, Mark Watson,
                    Kevin McKenna, Richard Hastings; Marc Bircham, Daniel Imhof, Jason Bent,
                    Ante Jazic (Dwayne De Rosario 46'); Tomasz Radzinski, Paul Peschisolido
                    (Iain Hume 70').
Referee:            
Coaches:            Finland: Antti Muurinen.
                    Canada: Colin Miller.
 
11/10/2003, Bucureşti, Dinamo Stadium, 9000
Friendly International
ROMANIA             1 (Adrian Mutu 16')
JAPAN               1 (Atsushi Yanagisawa 58')
Romania:            Bogdan Lobonţ; Flavius Stoican, Cristian Chivu [c], Adrian Iencsi, 
                    Răzvan Raţ; Nicolae Dică (Florin Şoavă 63'), Mirel Rădoi (Paul Codrea 74'),
                    Daniel Pancu (Ianis Zicu 81'), Dorinel Munteanu (Andrei Cristea 81');
                    Adrian Mutu, Ioan Ganea (Florin Bratu 63').
Japan:              Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi; Nobuhisa Yamada, Yuji Nakazawa, Keisuke Tsuboi,
                    Alexsandro Santos 'Alex'; Hidetoshi Nakata, Junichi Inamoto, Shinji Ono,
                    Shunsuke Nakamura; Naohiro Takahara (Yoshito Okubo 77'),
                    Atsushi Yanagisawa.
Referee:            Fernando Carmona (Spain).
Coaches:            Romania: Anghel Iordănescu.
                    Japan: Artur Coimbra 'Zico' (Brazil).
Cards:              Romania: Daniel Pancu [Y 31'], Adrian Mutu [Y 50'], Paul Codrea [Y 89'].
                    Japan: Alexandro Santos 'Alex' [Y 42'], Naohiro Takahara [Y 63'].
 
12/10/2003, Tehran, Azadi Stadium, 40000
AFC/OFC Challenge 
IRAN                3 (Ali Karimi 24', 38', Hossein Kaabi 67')
NEW ZEALAND         0 
Iran:               Ebrahim Mirzapour; Hossein Kaabi, Rahman Rezai, Yahya Golmohammadi,
                    Mohamad Nosrati; Mehdi Mahdavikia (Edmond Bezik 89'), Javad Nekounam,
                    Hamed Kavianpour, Alireza Vahedi-Nikbakht (Moharam Navidkia 72');
                    Ali Karimi (Mehrzad Madanchi 85'), Ali Daei [c].
New Zealand:        Mark Paston; Gerard Davis, Che Bunce, Ivan Vicelich (Rupesh Puna 59'),
                    Tony Lochhead; Duncan Oughton (Mike Wilson 46'), Ryan Nelsen [c],
                    Simon Elliott, Aaran Lines; Noah Hickey (Kris Bouckenooghe 46'),
                    Leo Bertos.
Referee:            Mohammed Kousa (Syria).
Coaches:            Iran: Branislav Ivanković (Yugoslavia).
                    New Zealand: Mick Waitt (England).
Cards:              Iran: Mohamad Nosrati [Y] .
                    New Zealand: Mike Wilson [Y].

12/10/2003, Leicester (England), Walkers Stadium
Friendly International
BRAZIL              1 (Roberto Carlos da Silva 15')
JAMAICA             0 
Jamaica:            Donovan Ricketts; Claude Davis (Damion Stewart 64'); Craig Ziadie,
                    Frank Sinclair, Tyrone Marshall (Gerald Neil 89'), Ricardo Gardner;
                    Richard Langley (Fabian Taylor 78'), James Lawrence (Shane Crawford 72'),
                    Theodore Whitmore; Ricardo Fuller (Andy Williams 69'), Deon Burton 
                    (Ralph Damami 39').
Brazil:             Nelson Silva 'Dida'; Marcos de Morais 'Cafu', Lúcimar 'Lúcio' da Silva
                    (Edmílson de Moraes 68'), José Roque Júnior, Roberto Carlos da Silva;
                    Émerson da Rosa (Antônio Reis 'Juninho Pernambucano' 68'),
                    Ricardo Leire 'Kaká' (Oswaldo Giroldo 'Juninho Paulista' 68'),
                    Gilberto da Silva, Zé Roberto da Silva; Ronaldo de Lima, Rivaldo Ferreira
                    (Adriano Ribeiro 77'). 
Referee:            Rob Styles (England). 
Coaches:            Brazil: Carlos Alberto Parreira.
                    Jamaica: Carl Brown.

15/10/2003, Chicago (USA), Soldier Field
Friendly International
URUGUAY             2 (Diego Perrone 27', 63')
MEXICO              0 
Uruguay:            Luis Barbat; Adrián Romero (Damián Paz 83'), Joe Bizera, Alejandro Lago,
                    Daniel Hernández (Pablo Melo 80'); Jorge Martínez, Marcelo Sosa,
                    Carlos Grosnile (Pablo Munhoz 68'); Horacio Peralta 
                    (Fabián Estonayoff 53'), Diego Perrone (Nicolás Vigneri 85'),
                    Vicente Sánchez (Christian Rodríguez 77').
Mexico:             Oswaldo Sánchez; Mario Méndez (Diego Martínez 46'), Hugo Sánchez,
                    Ismael Rodríguez, Octavio Valdéz; Gerardo Galindo (Jaime Lozano 62'),
                    Juan Pablo Rodríguez (Irving Rubirosa 74'), Claudio Suárez, Ramón Morales
                    (Daniel Osorno 46'); Adolfo Bautista (Fernando Arce 62'), Omar Bravo.
Referee:            Michael Kennedy (USA).
Coaches:            Uruguay: Juan Ramón Carrasco.
                    Mexico: Antonio Lavolpe (Argentina).
Cards:              Uruguay: Horacio Peralta [Y 16'], Daniel Hernández [Y 19'], 
                             Joe Bizera [Y 35'], Marcelo Sosa [Y 52'].
                    Mexico: Oswaldo Sánchez [Y 27'], Diego Martínez [Y 67'].

22/10/2003, Hyderabad, Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium
Afro-Asian Games   
INDIA               3 (Invalappil Mani Vijayan 12', Muttath Suresh 53', Ashim Biswas 78')
RWANDA XI           1 (Aziz Balinda 61')
India:              Sangram Mukherjee; Mahesh Gawli, Muttath Suresh, Satish Kumar Bharti,
                    Climax Lawrence; Tomba Singh (James Singh), Jatin Singh Bisht,
                    Shanmugam Venkatesh (Jo Paul Ancheri), Renedy Singh; Baichung Bhutia,
                    Invalappil Mani Vijayan (Ashim Biswas).
Rwanda XI:          Mahmud Mossi; Jean-Paul Habyarimama (Felix Muvunyi), Eric Nishimiyamana,
                    Michel Ndayiragie (Aziz Balinda), Leandre Bizagwira; Mana Lita,
                    Jeremy Bitana, Frederic Rusanganwa (Jimmy Mulisa), Jimmy Iraguha;
                    Elias Nataganda, Olivier Karekezi.
Referee:            
Coaches:            India: Stephen Constantine (England).
                    Rwanda XI: Ratomir Dujković (Serbia/Montenegro).
Note:               Not a full FIFA international. Rwanda XI was a team including many
                    players from the under-20 team.

25/10/2003, Hyderabad (India), Gosha Mahal stadium
Afro-Asian Games, Group B
UZBEKISTAN U21      1 (Yaroslav Krusheinitskiy 66')
BURKINA FASO        0
Coaches:            Uzbekistan U21: Viktor Borisov.
                    Burkina Faso: Mart Nooy (Netherlands) .
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

26/10/2003, Hyderabad (India), Gosha Mahal stadium
Afro-Asian Games, Group B  
RWANDA XI           2 (Jimmy Iraguha 35', 87')
MALAYSIA U21        1 (Mohd Amri Yahaya 18')
Coaches:            Rwanda XI: Ratomir Dujković (Serbia/Montenegro).
                    Malaysia U21: Norizan Bakar.
Note:               Not a full FIFA international. Rwanda XI was a team including many players
                    from the under-20 team.

27/10/2003, Hyderabad (India), Gosha Mahal stadium
Afro-Asian Games, Group B
ZIMBABWE            1 (Leonard Tsipa 12')
UZBEKISTAN U21      1 (Ilkhom Suyunov 50')
Coaches:            Zimbabwe: Nelson Matongorere.
                    Uzbekistan U20: Viktor Borisov.
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

29/10/2003, Hyderabad, Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium
Afro-Asian Games, semi-final   
INDIA               5 (Invalappil Mani Vijayan 25', 33', Baichung Bhutia 41', 83', 
                       Renedy Singh 58')
ZIMBABWE            3 (Albert Mbano 4', Edmore Mashiri 81', Simon Chipunza 87')
India:              Sangram Mukherjee; Mahesh Gawli, Muttath Suresh (Selwyn Fernandes),
                    Satish Kumar Bharti, Climax Lawrence (Shanmugam Venkatesh); Tomba Singh,
                    Jatin Singh Bisht, Jo Paul Ancheri, Renedy Singh; Baichung Bhutia,
                    Invalappil Mani Vijayan (Abhishek Yadav).
Referee:            Subkhiddin Mohd Salleh (Malaysia)     
Coaches:            India: Stephen Constantine (England).
                    Zimbabwe: Nelson Matongorere.
Cards:              India:
                    Zimbabwe: Asani Mantora [R 61'].
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

29/10/2003, Hyderabad (India), Gosha Mahal stadium
Afro-Asian Games, semi-final
UZBEKISTAN U21      2 (Mansur Saidov 63', Konstantin Boyev 102')
RWANDA              1 (Jimmy Mulisa 73')
After Sudden Death Extra Time.
Coaches:            Uzbekistan U20: Viktor Borisov.
                    Rwanda: Ratomir Dujković (Serbia/Montenegro).
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

15/11/2003, Teplice, Stadion Na Stínadlech, 8343
Friendly International
CZECH REPUBLIC      5 (Marek Jankulovski 26' pen, Marek Heinz 49', Karel Poborský 55',
                       Libor Sionko 63', Rudolf Skácel 82')
CANADA              1 (Tomasz Radzinski 89')
Czech Republic:     Jaromír Blažek; Roman Týce, René Bolf (Petr Johana 46'), TomᚠUjfaluši,
                    Marek Jankulovski; Karel Poborský (Libor Sionko 57'), Pavel Nedvěd
                    (Jiří Jarošík 46'), TomᚠGalásek (Petr Voříšek 68'), Štěpán Vachoušek;
                    Jiří Štajner (Marek Heinz 46'), Jan Koller (Rudolf Skácel 73').
Canada:             Lars Hirschfeld; Paul Stalteri, Jason de Vos (Mark Rogers 64'),
                    Kevin McKenna, Richard Hastings; Patrice Bernier, Daniel Imhof,
                    Nick Dasovic (Paul Fenwick 75'), Ante Jazic; Tomasz Radzinski,
                    Paul Peschisolido (Martin Nash 72').
Referee:            Leif Sundwell (Sweden).
Coaches:            Czech Republic: Karel Brückner.
                    Canada: Colin Miller.
Cards:              Czech Republic: René Bolf [Y 23'].
                    Canada: Paul Stalteri [Y 23'].

16/11/2003, Houston (USA), Robertson Stadium
Friendly International
FINLAND             2 (Teemu Tainio 60', Rami Hakanpää 68')
HONDURAS            1 (Edgard Álvarez 87')
Finland:            Teuvo Moilanen; Janne Hietanen, Juha Pasoja, Toni Kuivasto, 
                    Markus Heikkinen (Ville Nylund 86'); Mika Nurmela (Jari Niemi 80'),
                    Antti Okkonen (Rami Hakanpää 46'), Teemu Tainio (Mika Koppinen 76'),
                    Peter Kopteff; Alexei Eremenko (Pekka Lagerblom 74'), Paulus Roiha
                    (Mika Kottila 68'). 
Honduras:           Víctor Coello; Mauricio Sabillón, Erick Vallecillo, Samuel Caballero
                    (Milton Palacios), Javier Martínez; Edgard Álvarez, José Luis Pineda,
                    Víctor Mena (Elmer Marín), Elkin González; Marcelo Ferreira,
                    Denilson Costa (Luis Guifarro). [Subs: Rony Morales, Milton Palacios].
Referee:            Brian Hall (USA).
Coaches:            Finland: Antti Muurinen.
                    Honduras: Velibor 'Bora' Milutinovć (Serbia/Montenegro).
Cards:              Finland: Antti Okonnen [Y].
                    Honduras:

18/11/2003, Cairo, International stadium
Friendly International
EGYPT               1 (Ahmed Belal 10')
SWEDEN              0 
Egypt:              Nader El Sayed (Abdel Wahed El-Sayed 46'); Medhat Abdel Hady,
                    Abdel Zaher El Saka, Beshir El Tabei, Tarek El Sayed (Tarek El Said 81');
                    Mohammed Barakat, Tamer Abdel Hamid, Hany Said (Ahmed Hassan 81'),
                    Sayed Abdel Hafiz (Hazem Emam 73'); Ahmed Belal (Abdel Halim Ali 46'),
                    Ahmed Hossam.
Sweden:             Magnus Hedman; Alexander Östlund, Olof Mellberg (Max von Schleebrügge 59'),
                    Michael Svensson, Erik Edman; Christian Wilhelmsson, Anders Svensson,
                    Tobias Linderoth, Pontus Farnerud (Anders Andersson 37'); Mattias Jonson
                    (Marcus Allbäck 46'), Stefan Selakovic (Andreas Johansson 80').
Referee:            Mohamed Abdallah (Libya).
Coaches:            Egypt: Mohsen Saleh.
                    Sweden: Tommy Söderberg.
 
18/11/2003, Dublin, Lansdowne Road, 30000
Friendly International
IRELAND             3 (Damien Duff 23', Robbie Keane 60', 84')
CANADA              0 
Ireland:            Shay Given (Nick Colgan 82'); Stephen Carr (Ian Harte 46'),
                    Kenny Cunningham, Richard Dunne, John O'Shea (Ron Thompson 88'); 
                    Steven Reid (Rory Delap 62'), Graham Kavanagh (Matt Holland 11'),
                    Andrew Reid (Stephen McPhail 73'), Damien Duff (Kevin Kilbane 88');
                    Robbie Keane, Gary Doherty (Clinton Morrison) 46'.
Canada:             Lars Hirschfeld; Paul Stalteri, Jason de Vos (Mark Rogers 81'),
                    Kevin McKenna, Richard Hastings (Paul Fenwick 87'); Marc Bircham
                    (Martin Nash 78'), Daniel Imhof, Jason Bent, Ante Jazic; Tomasz Radzinski,
                    Paul Peschisolido (Patrice Bernier 74'). 
Referee:            Mark Whitby (Wales).
Coaches:            Ireland: Brian Kerr.
                    Canada: Colin Miller.
Cards:              Ireland: none.
                    Canada: Mark Bircham [Y 74'].

18/11/2003, Seoul, Sangam World Cup Stadium
Friendly International
SOUTH KOREA         0 
BULGARIA            1 (Vladimir Manchev 20')
South Korea:        Lee Woon-Jae; Park Jae-Hong, Yoo Sang-Cheol, Lee Sang-Heon, 
                    Lee Eul-Yong; Song Jong-Gook, Park Ji-Sung, Kim Nam-Il (Lee Cheon-Soo 58'),
                    Lee Young-Pyo; Kim Do-Hoon (Choi Yong-Soo 55'), Ahn Jung-Hwan
                    (Cha Doo-Ri 75').
Bulgaria:           Zdravko Zdravkov (Dimitar Ivankov 57'); Nikolai Krastev (Jivko Jelev 70'),
                    Rosen Kirilov, Predrag Pazhin (Yordan Petkov 63'), Elin Topuzakov;
                    Georgi Peev, Velizar Dimitrov (Emil Gargorov 65'), Marian Hristov,
                    Zoran Yankovich (Todor Yanchev 65'); Vladimir Manchev
                    (Martin Kamburov 72'), Zdravko Lazarov (Zlatko Yankov 90+').
Referee:            Subkhiddin Salleh (Malaysia).
Coaches:            South Korea: Humberto Coelho (Portugal).
                    Bulgaria: Plamen Markov.
Cards:              South Korea: Lee Young-Pyo [Y 87'], Lee Cheon-Soo [Y 90+'].

19/11/2003, Alajuela, Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto
Friendly International
COSTA RICA          2 (Luis Marín 15', Álvaro Saborío 72')
FINLAND             1 (Mika Nurmela 62' pen)
Costa Rica:         Álvaro Mesén; Mauricio Wright; Try Bennett (Alexánder Castro 73'),
                    Luis Marín, Gilberto Martínez, Juan Esquivel (Carlos Castro 46');
                    Mauricio Solís, José Luis López (Danny Fonseca 54'), Alonso Solís
                    (Álvaro Saborío 33'); Paulo Wanchope (Erick Scott 75'), Rónald Gómez
                    (José Francisco Alfaro 81').
Finland:            Mikko Kaven; Markus Heikkinen (Mika Koppinen 46'), Juha Pasoja 
                    (Paulus Roiha 64'), Toni Kuivasto, Ville Nylund; Mika Nurmela,
                    Teemu Tainio, Rami Hakanpää (Janne Hietanen 50'), Peter Kopteff;
                    Alexei Emerenko (Pekka Lagerblom 74'), Jari Niemi (Mika Kottila 81'). 
Referee:            Carlos Batres (Guatemala).
Coaches:            Costa Rica: Steve Sampson (USA).
                    Finland: Antti Muurinen.
Cards:              Costa Rica: none.
                    Finland: Mika Nurmela [R 76'].

19/11/2003, Oita, Big Eye World Cup Stadium
Friendly International
JAPAN               0 
CAMEROON            0 
Japan:              Seigo Narazaki; Nobuhisa Yamada, Tsuneyasu Miyamoto, Keisuke Tsuboi,
                    Alexsandro Santos 'Alex'; Hidetoshi Nakata, Junichi Inamoto, Toshiya Fujita
                    (Yasuhito Endo 80'), Shinji Ono; Atsushi Yanagisawa (Yoshito Okubo 69'),
                    Naohiro Takahara.
Cameroon:           Idriss Kameni; Jean-Joël Perrier-Doumbé, Lucien Mettomo, Pierre Njanka
                    (Nana Falemi 25'), Bill Tchato (Gustave Bahoken 64'); Geremi Njitap,
                    Eric Djemba-Djemba (Achille Webo 68'), Jean Makoun, Timothée Atouba;
                    Marcus Mokaké (Joël Epallé 46), Patrick Mboma (Daniel Ngom Komé 80'). 
Referee:            Lu Jun (China).
Coaches:            Japan: Artur Coimbra 'Zico' (Brazil).
                    Cameroon: Winfried Schäfer (Germany).
Cards:              Japan: None.
                    Cameroon: Geremi Njitap [Y 27'], Eric Djemba-Djemba [Y 42'],
                              Jean-Joël Perrier-Doumbé [Y 49'].

19/11/2003, San Francisco (USA), Pacific Bell Park, 17000
Friendly International
MEXICO              0 
ICELAND             0 
Mexico:             Oswaldo Sánchez; Salvador Carmona, Ricardo Osorio, David Oteo,
                    Mario Pérez; Fernando Arce (Luis Ernesto Pérez 46'), Israel López,
                    Rafael García (Juan Pablo Rodríguez 65'), Octavio Valdez 
                    (Ramón Morales 46'); Emilio Mora (Jorge Campos 65'), Adolfo Bautista
                    (Omar Bravo 65').
Iceland:            Árni Gautur Arason; Auðun Helgason, Bjarni Óskar Þorsteinsson, 
                    Ólafur Örn Bjarnason, Kristján Örn Sigurðsson; Gylfi Einarsson,
                    Ólafur Stígsson (Helgi Kolviðson 76'), Veigar Páll Gunnarsson 
                    (Ólafur Ingi Skúlason 86'), Hjálmar Jónsson; Helgi Sigurðsson 
                    (Bjorgólfur Hideaki Takefusa 81'), Ríkharður Daðason.
Referee:            Ali Saheli (USA).
Coaches:            Mexico: Ricardo Lavolpe (Argentina).
                    Iceland: Ásgeir Sigurvinsson.
Cards:              Mexico: Adolfo Bautista [Y 7'].
                    Iceland: none.

19/11/2003, Leiria, Estádio Dr. Magalhães Pessoa 
Friendly International
PORTUGAL            8 (Pedro 'Pauleta' Resende 11', 21', 45+', 53', Luís Figo 34',
                       Nuno Gomes 69', 76', 88')
KUWAIT              0 
Portugal:           Joaquim 'Quim' Silva; Miguel Monteiro, Jorge Andrade, Fernando Couto
                    (Roberto 'Beto' Severo 46'), Rui Jorge; Rui Costa (Marco Caneira 46'),
                    Francisco da Costa 'Costinha', Anderson 'Deco' de Souza 
                    (Rogerio Matias 63'), Luís Figo (Luís Boa Morte 46'), 
                    Pedro 'Pauleta' Resende (Nuno Gomes 66'), Simão Sabrosa.
Kuwait:             Shehab Kankuni; Yaqoub A. Al-Tamer, Jamal A. Mubarak 
                    (Yousuf S. Al-Youha 46'), Ali R. Asel, Mossaed N. Al-Enazi;
                    Mohammad Al-Mutairi (Ali Al-Namash 46'), Hamad Al-Tayyar, Abdullah Saihan
                    (Jarrah Al-Atiqi 46'), Walid Jumah (Mohammad Al-Otaibi 78');
                    Bader Al-Mutawa, Bashar Abdullah (Abdullah Al-Fadhli 75').
Referee:            Martin Ingvarsson (Sweden).
Coaches:            Portugal: Luiz Felipe Scolari (Brazil).
                    Kuwait: Paulo César Carpeggiani (Brazil).
Cards               Portugal: none.
                    Kuwait: Ali Al-Namash [Y 47'].

10/12/2003, Larnaka (Cyprus)
Friendly International
SLOVAKIA LEAGUE     2 (Mário Breška 53', Juraj Dovičovič 71')
KUWAIT              0 
Slovakia League:    Pavol Kováč (Richard Zajac 64'); Martin Poljovka, Balázs Borbély, 
                    Branislav Labant, Ján Ďurica; Miroslav Barčík, Juraj Dovičovič,
                    Radoslav Zabavník, Rudolf Urban (Martin Ďurica 77'); Mário Breška 
                    (Vladimír Kožuch 68'), Marek Krejčí (Dušan Sninský 81').
Kuwait:
Coaches:            Slovakia League: MikulᚠKomanický.
                    Kuwait: Paulo César Carpeggiani (Brazil)
Note:               The match is a full FIFA international, but is unofficial for Slovakia,
                    who fielded a league selection (Výber ligy) coached by the 
                    Slovakia U21 coach.

14/12/2003, Dubai, Al-Maktoum Stadium
Friendly International
UAE                 3 (Nawaf Mubarak 5', Mohammed Sorour 54', Mohammed Omar 72' pen) 
AZERBAIJAN          3 (Nabyr Nabiyev 26', 90+', Kyanan Kerimov 83')
UAE:                Walid Salim (Jamal Abdulla); Humaid Fakher (Khalid Ali), 
                    Fahad Ali Al-Shamsi (Moussa Mohammed), Mohammed Qassim (Jumaa Khater),
                    Ali Massari (Abdullah Ali); Abdul Rahim Jumaa, Nawaf Mubarak 
                    (Fahad Massoud), Subait Khater (Sultan Rashed), Abdul Salam Jumaa; 
                    Faisal Ali (Mohammed Sorour), Faisal Khalil (Mohammed Omar).
Azerbaijan:         Huseyn Mahomyedov; Tarlan Akhmyedov, Emin Guliyev, Aslan Kerimov,
                    Kyamal Guliyev (Namig Gasarov 46' (Adaim Niftaliyev 80')); Rashad Sadygov,
                    Emin Imamaliyev, Ruslan Musayev (Zeïnal Zeïnalov 27'), Makhmud Gurbanov 
                    (Vusal Guseïnov 85'); Nadyr Nabiyev, Vadim Vasiliyev 
                    (Zaur Ramazanov 46'(Kyanan Kerimov 80')).
Referee:            Salah Amin (UAE).
Coaches:            UAE: Roy Hodgson (England).
                    Azerbaijan: Asgar Abdullayev.
Cards:              UAE:
                    Azerbaijan: Tarlan Akhmyedov [R 67'].

15/12/2003, Manama (Bahrain), Riffa National Stadium
Bahrain Prime Minister's Cup
IRAQ                2 (Hawar Mulla Taher 9', Abbas Hassoon 43')
KENYA               0 
Coaches:            Iraq: Nezar Ashraf.
                    Kenya: Jacob Mulee.

15/12/2003, Manama, Riffa National Stadium
Bahrain Prime Minister's Cup
BAHRAIN             0 
EGYPT               1 (Sameh Youssef 90')
Bahrain:
Egypt:              Abdel Wahed El-Sayed; Wael El-Quabbani; Islam El-Shater (Mohamed Sedik),
                    Beshir El-Tabei, Amro Fahim, Tarek El-Sayed (Sayed Meawwad);
                    Hassan Moustafa (Hady Khashaba), Tamer Abdel Hamid, Tarek El-Said 
                    (Sameh Youssef); Abdel Halim Ali, Ahmed Belal (Magdi Abdel Aaty).
Referee:
Coaches:            Bahrain: Srečko Juričić (Croatia)
                    Egypt: Mohsen Saleh.
 
17/12/2003, Muscat, Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex
Friendly International
OMAN                1 (Hashim Saleh 80')
AZERBAIJAN          0 
Oman:               Ali Al-Habsi; Hussain Mustahil Rabia; Nasser Al-Mukhaini, 
                    Khalifa Ayil Al-Nawfali, Said Ashoon, Hassan Mudhaffar; Ahmed Mubarak 
                    (Fawzi Bashir Doorbin), Ahmed Hadid, Hamdi Hubeis Sharjandel; 
                    Hani Al-Dhabit (Yousuf Shabaan), Imaad Ali Al-Housni (Hashim Saleh). 
Azerbaijan:
Referee:
Coaches:            Oman: Milan Máčala (Czech Republic).
                    Azerbaijan: Asgar Abdullayev.
 
17/12/2003, Dammam
Friendly International
SAUDI ARABIA        1 (Redha Takar Fallatah 28')
ESTONIA             1 (Vjatšeslav Zahhovaiko 41')
Saudi Arabia:       Mabrouk Zayed; Ahmed Doukhi Al-Dossary (Saoud Kariri 46'), 
                    Redha Takar Fallatah, Hamad Al-Montasheri, Abdulaziz Al-Janoubi; 
                    Omar Al-Ghamdi (Manaf Abu Shgeir 46'), Mohammed Noor Hawsawi 
                    (Ahmed Al-Harbi 46'), Khamis Al-Owairan, Mohamed Al-Shalhoub; 
                    Yousri Al-Basha (Ibrahim Suwayed Al-Shahrani 66'), Yasser Al-Qahtani 
                    (Talal Al-Meshal 46').
Estonia:            Martin Kaalma; Teet Allas, Taavi Rähn, Raio Piiroja, Erko Saviauk;
                    Ott Reinumäe, Kert Haavistu (Kristen Viikmäe 59'), Meelis Rooba 
                    (Marko Kristal 90'), Martin Reim; Vjatšeslav Zahhovaiko 
                    (Indrek Zelinski 72'), Sergei Terehhov (Joel Lindpere 59').
Referee:            Omar Al-Mehannah (Saudi Arabia). 
Coaches:            Saudi Arabia: Gerard Van der Lem (Netherlands).
                    Estonia: Arno Pijpers (Netherlands).
 
18/12/2003, Manama (Bahrain), Riffa National Stadium
Bahrain Prime Minister's Cup
EGYPT               2 (Ahmed Belal 21', 50')
IRAQ                0 
Egypt:              Nader El-Sayed (Abdel Wahed El-Sayed); Emad El-Nahhas; Islam Shater
                    (Hassan Moustafa), Beshir El-Tabei, Amr Fahim, Tarek El-Sayed;
                    Tamer Abdel Hamid, Hady Khashaba, Tarek El-Said (Mohamed Hommos);
                    Abdel Halim Ali (Sameh Youssef), Ahmed Belal (Magdi Abdel Aaty).
Iraq:
Referee:
Coaches:            Egypt: Mohsen Saleh.
                    Iraq: Nezar Ashraf.
 
18/12/2003, Manama, Riffa National Stadium
Bahrain Prime Minister's Cup
BAHRAIN             2 (Rashed Jamal 82', Hussain Baba 90')
KENYA               1 (James Omondi 65')
Coaches:            Bahrain: Srečko Juričić (Croatia).
                    Kenya: Jacob Mulee.
Cards:              Bahrain:
                    Kenya: Kassim Issa [R]. 

20/12/2003, Pafos (Cyprus)
Friendly International
LATVIA              0 
KUWAIT              2 (Walid Ali Juma 7', Bashar Abdullah 69')
Latvia:             Andrejs Piedels (Aleksandrs Koliņko 81'); Igors Korabļovs
                    (Igors Semjonovs 46'), Dzintars Zirnis, Māris Smirnovs,
                    Oļegs Blagonadeždins (Artūrs Zakreševskis 54'), Andrejs Štolcers 
                    (Kristaps Blanks 46'), Jurģis Pučinsks, Valentīns Lobaņovs, Andrejs Rubins;
                    Viktors Dobrecovs (Vits Rimkus 46'), Mihails Miholaps (Ģirts Karlsons 75').
Kuwait:             Shehab Kankouni; Hamad Al-Tayyar, Samer Al-Marta (Jamal Mubarak 46'),
                    Ali A. Asel, Mossaed N. Al-Enazi (Jarrah Al-Atiqi 78');
                    Khaled Abdulqoddous Zadah (Mohamed Fahad 88'), Fawaz Bakhit 
                    (Nohayr Al-Shemmari 78'), Ali Al-Shemali, Walid Ali Juma, Bader Al-Mutawa
                    (Mohamed Jarragh 83'), Bashar Abdullah.
Referee:            Kostas Kapitanis (Cyprus).
Coaches:            Kuwait: Paulo César Carpeggiani (Brazil).
                    Latvia: Alexandrs Starkovs,
Cards:              Kuwait: none.
                    Latvia: Māris Smirnovs [Y], Kristaps Blanks [Y].
 
20/12/2003, Muscat, Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex
Friendly International
OMAN                3 (Hashim Saleh 6', 71', Hani Al-Dhabit 80')
ESTONIA             1 (Indrek Zelinski 45')
Oman:               Ali Al-Habsi (Suleiman K. Al-Mazroui 46'); Mohamed Rabih;
                    Nasser Z. Al-Mukhaini, Khalifa A. Al-Nawfali (Nabil Ashoor 85'),
                    Said Ashoon (Hussain Mustahail Rabia 46'), Hassan Mudhaffar;
                    Fauzi Bashir Doorbin, Ahmed Hadid (Badr Mubarak Al-Maimani 46'),
                    Hamdi Hubeis (Ahmed Mubarak 70'); Hani Al-Dhabit, Hashim Saleh
                    (Ahmed Al-Busafi 77').
Estonia:            Martin Kaalma; Teet Allas, Andrei Stepanov, Enar Jääger, Erko Saviauk;
                    Kristen Viikmäe (Raio Piiroja 85'), Marko Kristal (Ott Reinumäe 81'),
                    Joel Lindpere (Sergei Terehhov 81'), Martin Reim; Vjatšeslav Zahhovaiko
                    (Kert Haavistu 60'), Indrek Zelinski (Meelis Rooba 66'). 
Referee:            Abdullah Rahis Al-Harrasi (Oman).
Coaches:            Oman: Milan Máčala (Czech Republic).
                    Estonia: Arno Pijpers (Netherlands).
Cards:              Oman: Fauzi Bashir [R 88'], Hussain Mustahil Rabia [Y 89'].
                    Estonia: Ott Reinumäe [Y 86'].

20/12/2003, Riyadh
Friendly International
SAUDI ARABIA        1 (Talal Al-Meshal 86')
AZERBAIJAN          0 
Coaches:            Saudi Arabia: Gerard van Der Lem (Netherlands).
                    Azerbaijan: Asgar Abdullayev.

21/12/2003, Abu Dhabi, Zayed Sports City
Friendly International
UAE                 2 (Mohammed Omar 41' pen, 45+')
KENYA               2 (James Omondi 86', Tom Juma 90+')
Coaches:            UAE: Roy Hodgson (England).
                    Kenya: Jacob Mulee.


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