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COPA ÁFRICA 1963


1963 – COPA ÁFRICA – GHANA



CAMPEÓN: GHANA
FINAL . GHANA 3 X 0 SUDÁN (Aggre-Fynn, Acquah 2)
D.T : CHARLSE GYAMFI
PAÍSES PARTICIPANTES : 4
PAÍSES DEBUTANTES : GHANA, NIGERIA
GOLEADOR : HASSAN EL-SHAZLY (RAU) 6 GOLES
MEJOR JUGADOR : HASSAN EL-SHAZLY (RAU)
Ghana obtuvo su independencia en 1957 desde entonces el Presidente Kwame Nkrumah utilizo al fútbol como una de las principales herramientas de afirmación de la identidad nacional, dos años despues de asumir el poder formo la selección “Black Stars” “Estrellas Negras”, el país sería sede de la Copa Africana y Nkrumah fundaría la Organización de Unidad Africana (OUA) pilar del Pan-Africranismo en busca de reafirmar intereses economicos, sociales de la nación y del continente.
KWAME NKRUMAH PRESIDENTE DE GHANA



Qualifying Tournament
Ethiopia qualified as holders, Ghana qualified as hosts.


15- 6-63 Tunisia 4-1 Morocco [at Tunis]
[Hammadi Henia 22' 57', Alaya Sassi 85', Mohamed Salah Jedidi 88' / Abdelkader Mokhtatif 75']
2- 7-63 Morocco 4-2 Tunisia [at Casablanca]
[Mohamed Khalfi 10', Ali Ben Dayan 46', Mustapha Bettache 59' pen, Hassan Akesbi 78', / Mohamed Salah Jedidi 62', Hammadi Henia 84']


25- 1-63 Egypt w/o Uganda [Uganda withdrew]
Note: Uganda withdrew on 16-1-63 due to the government's decision that
the team was "not strong enough to represent the country".]


1- 6-63 Kenya 0-1 Sudan [at Nairobi]
[Abdel-Aziz Ibrahim Adam 'Wiza']
30- 6-63 Sudan 5-0 Kenya [at Khartoum] [HT 3-0]
[Abdel-Majid Ahmed Osman x3, Omar Ettoum Hassan, Nasr El-Din Abbas 'Jaksa']


27- 7-63 Nigeria 2-2 Guinea [at Lagos] [HT 0-2]
[? OG 70', Lasisi Olatunji 80' / ]
6-10-63 Guinea 1-0 Nigeria [at Conakry] [HT 0-0]
[]


Note: Guinea was later disqualified for a rule breach (not providing neutral officials
for the 2nd leg), and Nigeria took their place.


Final Tournament (Ghana)
Matches were played at the Accra Sports Stadium and the Kumasi Sports Stadium (which were
renamed the Ohene Djan Stadium and the Baba Yara Stadium, respectively, decades later).


Group A (Accra)


24-11-63 Ghana 1-1 Tunisia
[Wilberforce Mfum 9' / Mohamed Salah Jedidi 36']
[Ghana: Edward Dodoo Ankrah, Franklin Crentsil, Emmanuel Oblitey, Ben Acheampong Simmons,
Edward Jonah Aggrey-Fynn, Charles Addo Odametey, Kwame Adarkwa, Henry Emmanuel Ofei Dodoo,
Edward Acquah, Wilberforce Mfum, Mohammed Salisu.]
[Tunisia: Sadok Sassi 'Attouga', Mahfoudh Benzarti, Ahmed Sghaïer, Mohsen Habacha,
Hédi Douiri, Taoufik Ben Othman, Alaya Sassi, Raouf Ben Amor, Mohamed Salah Jedidi,
Abdelmajid Chetali, Hammadi Henia.]
[Referee: Mahmoud Hussein Imam (Egypt).]
EL PRESIDENTE NKRUMAH SALUDA A LOS JUGADORES DE GHANA, EN LA FOTO A EDWARD ACQUAH


26-11-63 Ghana 2-0 Ethiopia [HT 0-0]
[Edward Acquah x2]
[Ghana: Edward Dodoo Ankrah, Franklin Crentsil, Emmanuel Oblitey, Ben Acheampong Simmons,
Edward Jonah Aggrey-Fynn, Charles Addo Odametey, Kwame Adarkwa, Leonard Acquah,
Edward Acquah, Wilberforce Mfum, Mohammed Salisu.]
[Ethiopia: Gila-Michael Tekle Mariam, (10 missing).]


28-11-63 Ethiopia 4-2 Tunisia [HT 2-1]
[Mengistu Worku, Getachew Wolde, Luciano Vassalo x2 / Mohamed Salah Jedidi, Raouf Ben Amor]
[Ethiopia: Gila-Michael Tekle Mariam, Asmelash Berhe, Awad Mohammed, Kiflom Araya,
Berhe Goitom, Tesfaye Gebremedhin, Netsere Wolde Selassie, Girma Zeleke,
Luciano Vassalo, Mengistu Worku, Getachew Wolde.]
[Tunisia: Sadok Sassi 'Attouga' (Mahmoud Kanoun), Mahfoudh Benzarti, Ahmed Sghaïer,
Mohsen Habacha, Hédi Douiri, Taoufik Ben Othman, Alaya Sassi (Ammar Merrichko),
Raouf Ben Amor, Mohamed Salah Jedidi, Abdelmajid Chetali, Hammadi Henia.]
[Note: the minutes of the goals have been omitted here deliberately because of the severe
inconsistency of the available sources. The Tunisian scorers are also given as
Chetali + Jedidi, or Chetali + Henia, or Henia x2. The Ethiopian scorers are also
given as Girma + Tesfaye + Mengistu x2, or Italo + Luciano + Mengistu x2. The latter
version is particularly implausible, given that Italo Vassalo had broken his leg only
one month earlier.]




1.GHANA 2 1 1 0 3- 1 3
2.Ethiopia 2 1 0 1 4- 4 2
3.Tunisia 2 0 1 1 3- 5 1
WFUM (GHANA)




Group B (Kumasi)


24-11-63 Egypt 6-3 Nigeria
[Mohammed Morsi Hussein 'Reda' 30' 32' 82', Hassan El-Shazly 42' 44' 81' / Asuquo Ekpe 78', Joseph Bassey 87', Albert Onyeanwuna 89']
[Egypt: Fathi Ali Khorshid; Mohammed Khalaf, El-Sayed El-Tabbakh, Amin El-Esnawi, Refaat El-Fanagili,
Mohammed Abdel-Latif 'Mimi' El-Sherbini, Ibrahim 'Moustafa' Reyadh, Mohammed Morsi Hussein 'Reda',
Taha Ismail, Hassan El-Shazly, Mahmoud Hassan.]
[Nigeria: Emmanuel Omiunu, Adeniyi Omowon, Adetunji Shotayo, Godwin Achebe, Babajide Johnson
(Augustine Oduah), Burniston Olayombo, Kaiser Blankson, Asuquo Ekpe, Paul Hamilton,
Joseph Bassey, Albert Onyeanwuna.]
[Note: the 6th Egyptian goal (82') is also attributed to Hassan El-Shazly, but in fact his shot hit the post
and 'Reda' scored from the rebound.]


26-11-63 Egypt 2-2 Sudan
[Hassan El-Shazly 5', Mohammed Morsi Hussein 'Reda' 7' / Nasr El-Din Abbas 'Jaksa' 60' 75']
[Egypt: Fathi Ali Khorshid (Mohammed Ahmed 'Reda' 46'), Amin 'Mimi' Darwish, El-Sayed El-Tabbakh,
Amin El-Esnawi, Refaat El-Fanagili, Mohammed Abdel-Latif 'Mimi' El-Sherbini,
Ibrahim 'Moustafa' Reyadh, Mohammed Morsi Hussein 'Reda', Taha Ismail,
Hassan El-Shazly, Mahmoud Hassan.]
[Sudan: Eid Sabbit Dudu Damor, Saleh Samir Fahmy, Ibrahim Mohammed Ali 'Ibrahim Kabir',
Mohammed Amin Zaki, Jaafar Hassan Ettoum Haj Al-Sidik 'Gagarin', Omar Osman,
Abdel-Wahab Abdel-Fadil Jadallah 'Jaqdoul', Abdel-Majid Ahmed Osman,
Ibrahim Mohammed Ali 'Ibrahouma', Nasr El-Din Abbas 'Jaksa', Abdel-Aziz Ibrahim Adam 'Wiza'
(Ibrahim Yahya Al-Kuwarti).]
[Referee: Frank Mills (Ghana).]


28-11-63 Sudan 4-0 Nigeria [HT 1-0]
[Nasr El-Din Abbas 'Jaksa' x2, Ibrahim Yahya Al-Kuwarti, Abdel-Aziz Ibrahim Adam 'Wiza']
[Sudan: ]
[Nigeria: Lateef Gomez, Adeniyi Omowon, Isaac Nnando, Babajide Johnson (Emmanuel Remi),
Augustine Oduah, Godwin Achebe, Joseph Bassey, Albert Onyeanwuna,
Paul Hamilton, Shedrack Ajaero, Asuquo Ekpe (Chukwumah Igweonu).]
[Note: some sources report that 'Jaqdoul' scored instead of 'Wiza'.]




1.SUDAN 2 1 1 0 6- 2 3 [g.d. +4]
2.Egypt 2 1 1 0 8- 5 3 [g.d. +3]
3.Nigeria 2 0 0 2 3-10 0




Third Place Match (Accra)
30-11-63 Egypt 3-0 Ethiopia
[Hassan El-Shazly 6' 9', Ezz El-Din Yaqoub 56']
[Egypt: Fathi Ali Khorshid, Amin 'Mimi' Darwish, El-Sayed El-Tabbakh, Amin El-Esnawi,
Abdel-Latif Lotfi, Mohammed Abdel-Latif 'Mimi' El-Sherbini, Ibrahim 'Moustafa' Reyadh,
Mohammed Morsi Hussein 'Reda', Taha Ismail, Hassan El-Shazly (Ezz El-Din Yaqoub 46'),
Mahmoud Hassan.]
[Ethiopia: ]
[Referee: Frank Mills (Ghana).]
[Note: some sources report the three goal-scorers as 'Reda', Taha Ismail, and El-Shazly.
The version given above was as reported in Egyptian newspapers. Also some sources
claim wrongly that Refaat El-Fanagili played instead of Abdel-Latif Lotfi.]




Final (Accra)

GHANA GOLEA A SUDAN

1-12-63 Ghana 3-0 Sudan
[Edward Jonah Aggrey-Fynn 62' pen, Edward Acquah 72' 82']
[Ghana: Edward Dodoo Ankrah, Franklin Crentsil, Emmanuel Oblitey, Ben Acheampong Simmons,
Edward Jonah Aggrey-Fynn, Charles Addo Odametey, Kwame Adarkwa, Leonard Acquah
(Henry Emmanuel Ofei Dodoo 46'), Edward Acquah, Wilberforce Mfum, Mohammed Salisu.]
[Sudan: Eid Sabbit Dudu Damor, Ibrahim Mohammed Ali 'Ibrahim Kabir', Mohammed Amin Zaki,
Ali Sayed Ahmed Al-Sheikh, Jaafar Hassan Ettoum Haj Al-Sidik 'Gagarin', Omar Osman,
Abdel-Wahab Abdel-Fadil Jadallah 'Jaqdoul', Ibrahim Yahya Al-Kuwarti, Omar Ettoum Hassan,
Nasr El-Din Abbas 'Jaksa', Abdel-Aziz Ibrahim Adam 'Wiza'.]
[Referee: Hédi Ben Abdelkader (Tunisia).]
[Note: many modern sources report that Mfum scored twice, but Ghanaian newspaper reports
report that it was Edward Acquah. Some substantial variations in the Sudan lineup are also reported.]

EL TROFEO PARA LOS CAMPEONES : GHANA 1963





Top scorer : Hassan El-Shazly, Egypt, 6 goals
GHANA – PLANTEL CAMPEÓN :
Manager: B.B. Bismark
Coach: Charles Kumi Gyamfi
Doctor: Nkansah Gyan
Players: Edward Dodoo Ankrah (GK) (Real Republikans), Ernest Joe De Graft (GK) (Cornerstones),
Emmanuel Oblitey (Real Republikans), Franklin Crentsil (Real Republikans),
Edward Jonah Aggrey-Fynn [capt.] (Real Republikans), Charles Addo Odametey (Real Republikans),
Ben Acheampong Simmons (Real Republikans), Joe Aikins (Cornerstones), Atta Kwame (Brong-Ahafo United),
Joseph Agyemang Gyau (Real Republikans), Kofi Pare (Real Republikans), Kwame Adarkwa (Asante Kotoko),
Henry Emmanuel Ofei Dodoo (Real Republikans), Edward Acquah (Real Republikans), Osei Kofi (Asante Kotoko),

Wilberforce Mfum (Asante Kotoko), Leonard Acquah (Ghana Army), Mohammed Salisu (Asante Kotoko).

GHANA 1963

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