In British Guiana, the squad of the touring side was given as: Manager: Nicolas de Las Casas (Deportivo club president) GK: Alfonso Toledo, Claudio Carrasquero FB: Hermán Lange, Marcos Casanova, Jacinto Bello HB: Víctor Villavicencio, Manuel Larrea [c], Nicasio Camero, Jorge Clavier FW: Julio Ramírez, Carlos Feo, Ángel Flores, Alberto Castillo, Palilo Corao, Segundo Aranda NB: Villavicencio, Larrea, Ramírez and Aranda were all Peruvian nationals; Villavicencio and Aranda were players of Dos Caminos, league runners-up in 1993 behind Deportivo Venezuela. In Surinam, the squad of the touring side was given as: GK: Alfonso Toledo, Claudio Carrasquero DF: Germán Lange, Marcos Casanova, Franco Russo MF: Waughan Salas Lozada, Alberto Márquez, Víctor Villavicencio, Manuel Larrea [c] FW: Julio Ramírez, Alberto Castillo, Sequndo Aranda, Leopoldo Márquez, Martín Ayala, Jorge Clavier, Ángel Flores However, also Correa and Carlos Feo were mentioned in the line-ups.
17- 8-1933 Colleges Combined XI 1-4 Deportivo Venezuela 18- 8-1933 Clubs Combined XI 2-1 Deportivo Venezuela NB: the first Combined XI consisted of players of Sporting Club, St. Mary's College, Queens College and Royal College; the second Combined XI consisted of players from Casuals, Shamrock and Strollers; the second match was played for the "De Lima Cup".
21- 8-1933 G.F.C. 2-2 Deportivo Venezuela 23- 8-1933 British Guiana 1-0 Deportivo Venezuela 25- 8-1933 British Guiana 0-0 Deportivo Venezuela 26- 8-1933 Everton/Artillery XI 0-3 Deportivo Venezuela 28- 8-1933 British Guiana 1-0 Deportivo Venezuela
NB: all matches played at the Cultuurtuin ground in Paramaribo 31- 8-1933 Surinam 2-3 Deportivo Venezuela [HT: 2-1] [Den Helden 1-0, Landkoer 2-0, Flores 2-1, Castillo 2-2, Ramirez 2-3] [Surinam: Nassy; Monkou, Rĳzenburg; Brunings, Wĳdenbosch, Goedhart; Van Aalst, Naloop, Den Helden, Landkoer, Gouvernante Deportivo: Toledo; Villavicencio, Casanova; Lange, Larrea, Clavier; Ramírez, Castillo, Aranda, Feo, Flores] 2- 9-1933 Cicerone 1-1 Deportivo Venezuela [HT: 1-1] 3- 9-1933 Surinam 0-4 Deportivo Venezuela [HT: 0-2] [Surinam: Nassy; Monkou, Rĳzenburg; Adama, Wĳdenbosch, Baars; Van Aalst, Naloop, Den Helden, Landkoer, Gouvernante; played for the Consul Goedmanbeker] 4- 9-1933 Voorwaarts 0-0 Deportivo Venezuela [HT: 0-0] 5- 9-1933 Surinam 0-0 Deportivo Venezuela [HT: 0-0] [Surinam: Naloop; Van Aalst, Monkou; Rĳzenburg, Wĳdenbosch, Sĳlbing; René, Naloop, Landkoer, Balrac, Gouvernante; Deportivo: Toledo; Villavicencio, Casanova; Lange, Larrea, Correa; Torres, Castillo, Aranda, Feo, Flores] NB: Cicerone were champions of Surinam, Voorwaarts vice-champions.
NB: match at Mundo Nobo ground. 10- 9-1933 Curaçao 1-0 Deportivo Venezuela NB: on 11- 9-1933, Curaçao lost 0-7 to a "Chile/Peru Combination" who played their first match as part of a European tour.
Deportivo Venezuela Trip to Trinidad and Tobago 1932
Sources: newspapers Amigoe di Curaçao, De West, Suriname, De Surinamer, and De banier van waarheid en recht, all available through Delpher; Daily Chronicle (Georgetown)
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