President's Cup 1988 (South Korea)


President's Cup 1988 (South Korea)

Group A
16- 6-1988 South Korea       5-1 Italy Serie C U21     [at Seoul]
             [Yeo Bum-Kyu 15', Choi Soon-Ho 38' 40', Choi Sang-Gook 56', Lee Tae-Ho 68' / Girolamo Bizzarri 55']
17- 6-1988 Atlas             2-0 Zambia                [at Daejeon]
             [Alberto Mariscal 2' 52']
19- 6-1988 South Korea       4-0 Zambia                [at Suwon]
             [Byun Byung-Joo 3', Choi Soon-Ho 53', Chung Hae-Won 77' 86']
19- 6-1988 Atlas             1-1 Italy Serie C U21     [at Suwon]
             [Alberto Padilla / Fausto Pizzi]
21- 6-1988 Zambia            2-1 Italy Serie C U21     [at Seoul]
             [Beston Chambeshi, Peter Mwanza / Bidini]
21- 6-1988 Atlas             2-1 South Korea           [at Seoul]
             [Sergio Pacheco 42', Alberto Mariscal 85' / Choi Sang-Gook]

 1.ATLAS                     3  2  1  0   5- 2  5  [Guadalajara, Mexico]
 2.SOUTH KOREA               3  2  0  1  10- 3  4
 3.Zambia                    3  1  0  2   2- 7  2
 4.Italy Serie C U21         3  0  1  2   3- 8  1

Note: this was the full South Korean national team - the match vs Zambia is a full international
 for the KFA. Another South Korean team was playing Asian Cup qualifiers in Jakarta during this
 period, but that was a youth team.

Group B
18- 6-1988 Velez Mostar      4-2 Sporting Cristal      [at Daegu]
             [Vladimir Gudelj 27', Semir Tuce, Zijad Repak, Ivica Barbarić / Francesco Manassero 31', Julio Anton 51']
18- 6-1988 Czechoslovakia XI 2-0 Turkey Olympic        [at Daegu]
             [Alois Grussmann 7', Milan Luhový 82']
20- 6-1988 Velez Mostar      1-1 Turkey Olympic        [at Busan]
             [Zijad Repak / Gökhan Gedikali]
20- 6-1988 Czechoslovakia XI 1-1 Sporting Cristal      [at Busan]
             [Milan Luhový / Reyes]
22- 6-1988 Turkey Olympic    2-1 Sporting Cristal      [at Masan]
22- 6-1988 Velez Mostar      3-2 Czechoslovakia XI     [at Masan]

 1.VELEZ MOSTAR              3  2  1  0   8- 5  5  [Mostar, Yugoslavia]
 2.CZECHOSLOVAKIA LEAGUE XI  3  1  1  1   5- 4  3
 3.Turkey Olympic            3  1  1  1   3- 4  3
 4.Sporting Cristal          3  0  1  2   4- 7  1  [Lima, Peru]

Note: the Czechoslovakia team is described by some sources as the Olympic team, but it seems 
 to be rather a reinforced Olympic team with a few senior national players added, and was 
 described by other sources as a league selection. The matches were not official for the CSFS.

Group C
16- 6-1988 Soviet Union XI   1-0 USA                   [at Seoul]
             [Sergey Gorlukovich 18']
17- 6-1988 Iwuanyanwu Nat.   1-1 Queen's Park Rangers  [at Daejeon]
             [Michael Obi 85' / David Pisanti 3']
             [Sent off: Paul Parker (QPR)]
19- 6-1988 Soviet Union XI   3-0 Queen's Park Rangers  [at Gwangju]
             [Igor Ponomaryov pen, Arvidas Yanonis, Igor Sklyarov]
19- 6-1988 Iwuanyanwu Nat.   3-2 USA                   [at Gwangju]
             [? / Steve Trittschuh x2]
21- 6-1988 QPR               1-1 USA                   [at Gumi]
             [Wayne Fereday 30' / Steve Trittschuh 3']
21- 6-1988 Soviet Union XI   1-0 Iwuanyanwu Nationale  [at Gumi]

 1.SOVIET UNION LEAGUE XI    3  3  0  0   5- 0  6
 2.IWUANYANWU NATIONALE      3  1  1  1   4- 4  3  [Owerri, Nigeria]
 3.Queen's Park Rangers      3  0  2  1   2- 5  2  [London, England]
 4.USA                       3  0  1  2   3- 5  1

Notes: the Soviet team was described in TASS (Soviet news agency) reports as the "team of USSR clubs", 
 i.e. a league selection. Several of the players were also members of the Olympic team. The full 
 Soviet national team was playing in the European Championship during this period. The USSF regards
 the USA match vs Iwuanyanwu as a full international (as USA vs Nigeria).

Group D
18- 6-1988 Iraq              2-0 South Korea B         [at Cheongju]
             [Hussein Saeed 33' 84']
18- 6-1988 Hungary League XI 0-0 Gimnasia y Esgrima    [at Cheongju]
20- 6-1988 Iraq              3-1 Gimnasia y Esgrima    [at Anyang]
             [Ahmed Radhi, Karim Alawi 64', Saad Qais 66' / Carlos Carrió]
20- 6-1988 Hungary League XI 2-1 South Korea B         [at Anyang]
             [László Gyimesi, György Handel / OG]
22- 6-1988 Iraq              2-1 Hungary League XI     [at Seoul]
             [Hussein Saeed, Ghanem Uraibi / ?]
22- 6-1988 South Korea B     2-1 Gimnasia y Esgrima    [at Seoul]

 1.IRAQ                      3  3  0  0   7- 2  6
 2.HUNGARY LEAGUE XI         3  1  1  1   3- 3  3
 3.South Korea B             3  1  0  2   3- 5  2
 4.Gimnasia y Esgrima        3  0  1  2   2- 5  1  [La Plata, Argentina]       

Note: the Hungarian team is reported by various sources as the Olympic team, or a league 
 selection, or a youth team. The latter would seem to be wrong, as László Gyimesi was aged 30
 at the time of the tournament. The South Korean team is reported as a B team or youth team.

Quarterfinals
24- 6-1988 Atlas             2-3 Czechoslovakia XI     [at Seoul]  [AET]
             [Alberto Padilla 18', Alberto Mariscal 38' / Fernando Gutiérrez 34' OG, Milan Luhový 48' 96']
24- 6-1988 Velez Mostar      0-1 South Korea           [at Seoul]
             [Choi Soon-Ho]
24- 6-1988 Iraq              1-2 Iwuanyanwu Nationale  [at Busan]
             [Kamal Hassan 62' / Friday Ekpo 69', Paul Uzokwe 88']
24- 6-1988 Soviet Union XI   2-0 Hungary League XI     [at Busan]  [AET]
             [Igor Ponomaryov 104' pen, Arminas Narbekovas 112']

Semifinals
26- 6-1988 Soviet Union XI   1-0 Iwuanyanwu Nationale  [at Seoul]
26- 6-1988 Czechoslovakia XI 0-0 South Korea           [at Seoul]  [AET, 4-3 pen]

Note: the second semi-final is a full international for the KFA.

Third Place Match
28- 6-1988 South Korea       3-2 Iwuanyanwu Nationale  [at Seoul]
             [Lee Tae-Ho x2, Kim Yong-Se / Uwem Ekarika, Friday Ekpo]

Final
28- 6-1988 Czechoslovakia XI 2-1 Soviet Union XI       [at Seoul]
             [Oleg Malyukov 85' OG, Lubomír Moravčík 86' / Miroslav Kadlec 15' OG]



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About this document

Sources: Associated Press, Sydney Morning Herald, Xinhua General News, El Informador, TASS, TFF, The Guardian, www.niiis.com, Diario Hoy, El Nuevo Herald, Independent R's

With thanks to Bojan Jovanovic and Mark Cruickshank for dates and team specifications

Prepared and maintained by Neil Morrison for the Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation

Author: Neil Morrison
Last updated: 13 Jan 2011

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