Angola 1987

IX Girabola

Ended on Nov 1987.

Participants:
Futebol Clube de Cabinda				Cabinda	       Cabinda Province
Grupo Desportivo Sagrada Esperança     			Dundo          Lunda Norte Province
Clube Desportivo 1º de Agosto                          	Luanda         Luanda Province
Desportivo da TAAG (6)					Luanda	       Luanda Province
Atlético Petróleos de Luanda (aka Petro de Luanda) (13) Luanda	       Luanda Province
Grupo Desportivo Interclube				Luanda	       Luanda Province
Progresso Associação do Sambizanga (10)			Luanda	       Luanda Province
Clube Desportivo Dínamo do Kwanza Sul			Sumbe	       Kwanza Sul Province
União Sport do Bié (15)					Kuito	       Bié Province	
Mambroa do Huambo (8)					Huambo	       Huambo Province
Atlético Petróleos do Huambo (aka Petro do Huambo) (11)	Huambo	       Huambo Province
Estrela Club 1º de Maio (12)				Benguela       Benguela Province
Clube Desportivo da Chela (4)				Lubango	       Huíla Province
Clube Ferroviário da Huíla (5)				Lubango	       Huíla Province


(4)  Born as Sport Nova Lisboa e Benfica (aka Benfica de Nova Lisboa), in 1975 changed to Clube Desportivo 
     da Chela and later to Benfica Petróleos do Lubango (aka Benfica do Lubango).
(5)  Born as Clube Ferroviário de Sá da Bandeira and in 1975 changed to Clube Ferroviário da Huíla.
(6)  Born as Atlético Sport Aviação, later renamed Desportivo da TAAG and in 1992 renamed again as
     Atlético Sport Aviação (aka ASA).
(8)  Born as Sport Nova Lisboa e Benfica, in 1975 renamed Estrela Vermelha do Huambo, later renamed
     Mambroa SC and in 1990 renamed to Sport Huambo e Benfica.
(10) Founded in 1975 as a merger of three clubs: Juventude Unida do Bairro Alfredo (JUBA), Juventista and Vaza.
(11) Founded in 1980 as a merger between Atlético de Nova Lisboa and Desportivo Sonangol.
(12) Founded in 1981 as a merger between Estrela Vermelha de Benguela and Grupo Desportivo 1º de Maio, initial
     name was África Têxtil 1º de Maio, later renamed Estrela Club 1º de Maio.
(13) Founded in 1980 as a merger between Clube Atlético de Luanda, Grupo Sonangol and Sport e Benfica.
(15) Born as Sporting Clube do Bié, later merged Desportivo Sonangol and Kuito's Direcção Provincial da Justiça
     soccer team and renamed União Sport do Bié. Later on, it was again renamed as União Petro do Bié.
     In the 1990s was again renamed to its current denomination, Sporting Clube Petróleos do Bié. In 2004,
     temporarily renamed Atlético Petróleos do Bié.


Final table:

 1.Petro de Luanda	   26 16  6  4 52-18 38 champions [C]
 2.CD 1º de Agosto         26 15  5  6 47-27 35
 3.Petro do Huambo	   26 11 12  3 44-23 34
 4.GD Interclube	   26 11 10  5 43-36 32
 5.Ferroviário da Huíla	   26 10 10  6 41-38 30
 6.FC Cabinda		   26 11  6  9 34-24 28
 7.Sagrada Esperança	   26  9  7 10 34-29 25
 8.1º de Maio de Benguela  26  8  9  9 28-31 25
 9.Desportivo da TAAG      26  6 11  9 35-41 23
10.Dínamo do Kwanza Sul	   26  8  7 11 23-38 23 [P]
11.Mambroa do Huambo       26  6 10 10 27-39 22
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12.Progresso do Sambizanga 26  9  4 13 37-44 22 relegated [P]
13.Desportivo da Chela     26  5  9 12 23-46 19 relegated
14.União do Bié	   	   26  3  2 21 20-54  8 relegated [P]


Other info:

Topscorer: Mavango Kiala [aka Mavó] (Ferroviário Huíla), 20 goals.

Promoted: Desportivo de Benguela, AS Fabril do Uíge and Inter Clube do Namibe.

Known results

Round 1
[Feb 14]
Petro Luanda		2-0 Mambroa
[Feb 15]
União Bié		0-2 Desp. Chela
1º Agosto		1-1 Inter Luanda
Dínamo Kwanza Sul	0-2 Progresso
Petro Huambo		3-0 FC Cabinda
Ferroviário Huíla	abd Sag. Esperança	[due bad weather]
[later]
1º Maio			--- TAAG

Table (rd 25):

 1. Petro Luanda	25  16  5  4  51-17  37  Champions
 2. Petro Huambo     	25  11 11  3  43-22  33
 3. 1º Agosto		25  14  5  6  45-27  33
 4. Inter Luanda	25  11 10  4  42-34  32
 5. Ferroviário Huíla   24   9 10  5  39-34  28
 6. FC Cabinda          25  11  5  9  34-24  27
 7. 1º Maio             24   7  9  8  22-25  23
 8. Sagrada Esperança   23   8  6  9  29-26  22
 9. TAAG		24   6 10  8  34-39  22
10. Progresso           25   8  4 13  31-42  20
11. Mambroa SC          25   5 10 10  24-38  20
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12. Desportivo Chela    25   5  9 11  23-44  19
13. Dínamo Kwanza Sul   23   6  6 11  19-35  18
14. União Bié           24   3  2 19  20-49   8


National Cup
============

Final [Nov 11, Estádio Nacional da Cidadela Desportiva, Luanda]
Petro de Luanda		4-1 Ferroviário da Huíla
  [Jesus (2), Ndongala, Abel; Mavó]


National Supercup
=================

First leg [Feb 10 1988, Estádio dos Coqueiros, Luanda]
Petro de Luanda		1-0 Ferroviário da Huíla
  [Abel]

Second leg [Feb 15 1988, Estádio Municipal, Lubango]
Ferroviário da Huíla	2-1 Petro de Luanda		[2-2 agg; Petro de Luanda away goal]
  [Ndisso, Barbosa; Saavedra]



1986

1988

list of champions

list of cup winners

list of topscorers


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Thanks to Sergei Makarov

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