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COPA ÁFRICA 1965

1965 COPA ÁFRICA – TÚNEZ


FINAL : GHANA 3 X 2 TÚNEZ (ODOI 2, OSEI KOFI / CHETALI, CHAIBI)
D.T : CHARLSE GYAMFI
PAÍSES PARTICIPANTES 6
PAÍSES DEBUTANTES : CONGO-KINSHASA (ZAIRE, LUEGO RD CONGO), COSTA DE MARFIL, SENEGAL
GOLEADORES : OSEI KOFI (GHANA), BEM ACHEAMPONG (GHANA), EUSTACHE MANGLÉ (COSTA DE MARFIL) 6 GOLES
MEJOR JUGADOR : OSEI KOFI (GHANA)


Habib Bourguiba presidente de Túnez obtuvo reconocimiento internacional al procurar la paz entre judíos y palestinos, pero tal decisión fue rechazada por algunos países casos de Egipto (RAU) y Sudán que negaron la invitación.
NKRUMAH PRESIDENTE DE GHANA SALUDA A LOS "BLACK STARS" DE GHANA


CLASIFICACIÓN



Zone 1


Egypt qualified by default after both Morocco and Nigeria withdrew. Egypt later withdrew
itself due to the deterioration of its diplomatic relations with Tunisia following a speech
in Jericho by Tunisian President Bourguiba calling on Arab countries to recognize Israel.




Zone 2


14- 2-65 Kenya awd Ethiopia [at Nairobi] [awarded 0-2, originally 3-2, see below*] [HT 0-1]
[Livingstone Madegwa 47' (2-1) 85' / Fesseha Wolde-Emanuel (0-1), Mengistu Worku (2-2)]
21- 2-65 Uganda 1-2 Ethiopia [at Kampala]
[Ali Kitonsa 63' / Getachew Wolde 47', Italo Vassalo 87']
[Note: an alternative source gives the scorers as Jimmy Ssewava (1-1) / Mengistu Worku (0-1), Getachew Wolde (1-2)]
27- 2-65 Kenya 3-0 Uganda [at Nairobi]
[William 'Chege' Ouma 24' 89', Livingstone Madegwa 27']
3- 3-65 Ethiopia 2-0 Uganda [at Addis Ababa] [HT 1-0]
[Getachew Wolde 14' ??']
13- 3-65 Uganda 3-1 Kenya [at Kampala]
[Ali Kitonsa 65' 88', Dafula Oundo 67' / Ahmed Breik 35' pen]
27- 3-65 Sudan 2-1 Ethiopia [at Khartoum] [HT 0-0]
[Hasabou El-Kabir OR Hasabou El-Saghir (1-0), Nasr El-Din Abbas 'Jaksa' (2-0) / Mengistu Worku OR Italo Vassalo (2-1)]
4- 4-65 Ethiopia 2-1 Kenya [at Addis Ababa]
[Italo Vassalo 47', Mengistu Worku 61' / Livingstone Madegwa 59']
11- 4-65 Sudan 4-2 Kenya [at Khartoum] [HT 2-1]
[? (1-0), ? 40', ? 65', ? 78' / Livingstone Madegwa (1-1), John Rabuogi 50']
18- 4-65 Ethiopia 1-0 Sudan [at Addis Ababa]
[Getachew Wolde 56']
25- 4-65 Kenya 1-1 Sudan [at Nairobi]
[Daniel Nicodemus 81' / Moustafa Shawish 68']
1- 5-65 Uganda 1-3 Sudan [at Kampala]
[Ali Kitonsa 72' / Nasr El-Din Abbas 'Jaksa' 4' 75', Abdel-Wahab Abdel-Fadil Jadallah 'Jakdoul' 37']
22- 8-65 Sudan 4-1 Uganda [at Khartoum]
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1.ETHIOPIA 6 5 0 1 10- 4 10
2.Sudan 6 4 1 1 14- 7 9
3.Kenya 6 1 1 4 8-12 3
4.Uganda 6 1 0 5 6-15 2


* the match in Nairobi between Kenya and Ethiopia was later awarded as a 0-2 walkover win,
after Ethiopia lodged a protest with C.A.F. because Kenya had fielded two players (Moses Wabwayi
and Stephen Baraza) who were ineligible as they had represented Uganda previously. The walkover
enabled Ethiopia to qualify ahead of Sudan. C.A.F. also suspended the two players for one year
(backdated beginning from September 1964) after Uganda protested that they were still registered
with the Uganda F.A. and had not received official transfers. Kenya argued against the ruling
and sent documents to prove that the two were Kenyan citizens, having been born in Kenya.
The case was also referred to F.I.F.A.




Zone 3


17- 1-65 Ivory Coast 2-0 Congo-Léopv.
[Maurice Déhi 69', Joseph Bléziri 80']
29- 5-65 Liberia 0-1 Ivory Coast
27- 6-65 Ivory Coast 4-0 Liberia [at Abidjan]
14- 8-65 Liberia 2-1 Congo-Léopv.
5- 9-65 Congo-Léopv. 4-2 Ivory Coast
21- 9-65 Congo-Léopv. 3-2 Liberia


1.IVORY COAST 4 3 0 1 9- 4 6
2.Congo-Léopv. 4 2 0 2 8- 8 4
3.Liberia 4 1 0 3 4- 9 2


Note: Léopoldville was renamed Kinshasa in 1966.




Zone 4


24- 2-65 Senegal 2-0 Guinea
29- 3-65 Guinea 3-1 Senegal
18- 4-65 Mali 0-2 Senegal
5- 5-65 Senegal 3-1 Mali
23- 5-65 Mali 2-1 Guinea
6- 6-65 Guinea 2-1 Mali


1.SENEGAL 4 3 0 1 8- 4 6
2.Guinea 4 2 0 2 6- 6 4
3.Mali 4 1 0 3 4- 8 2




Playoff


After Egypt withdrew, C.A.F. announced that there would be a playoff between the second-placed
teams in the other three Zones to determine Egypt's replacement in the final tournament. Sudan
declined the invitation to participate so a single playoff match was scheduled to be held in
Accra (Ghana) on 31-10-65 between Congo-Léopoldville and Guinea. However, Guinea withdrew
shortly before this date, leaving Congo-Léopoldville to qualify by default.




Final Tournament (Tunisia)
Group A


All matches in Group A were played at Stade Chedly Zouiten in Tunis.


12-11-65 Tunisia 4-0 Ethiopia
[Tahar Chaïbi 32' pen, Mohamed Salah Jedidi 62', Mongi Dalhoum 80', Abdelwahab Lahmar 84']
[Tunisia: Sadok Sassi 'Attouga', Mahfoudh Benzarti, Ahmed Lamine, Mohsen Habacha, Hédi Douiri,
Abdelmajid Chetali, Aleya Sassi, Tahar Chaïbi, Rachid Gribaâ (Abdelwahab Lahmar),
Mongi Dalhoum, Mohammed Salah Jedidi.]
[Ethiopia: Getachew Abebe 'Dula', Negassi Gebre Selassie, Kiflom Araya, Awad Mohammed,
Fesseha Wolde-Emanuel, Ismael Gerile, Yehdego Wolde, Italo Vassalo,
Luciano Vassalo, Mengistu Worku, Shewangizaw Agonafer.]
[Referee: Fula (Congo-Léopoldville).]
[Note: the minutes of the 3rd and 4th goals are also reported as 70' and 77'.]


14-11-65 Tunisia 0-0 Senegal
[Tunisia: Sadok Sassi 'Attouga' (Ferjani Derouiche 60'), Mahfoudh Benzarti, Ahmed Lamine,
Mohsen Habacha, Hédi Douiri, Abdelmajid Chetali, Aleya Sassi, Tahar Chaïbi,
Abdelwahab Lahmar, Mongi Dalhoum, Mohammed Salah Jedidi.]
[Senegal: Toumani Diallo, Yérim Diagne, Moustapha Dieng, Issa Mbaye, Ousmane Camara,
Louis Gomis, Louis Camara, Oumar Samb Guèye, Matar Niang, Abdoulaye Diop,
Demba Thioye.]
[Referee: Djiro (Ivory Coast).]
[Note: one source includes Rachid Gribaâ in the Tunisian lineup instead of Lahmar.]


19-11-65 Senegal 5-1 Ethiopia
[Louis Camara 3' 52', Oumar Samb Guèye 37', Matar Niang 48' 53' / Luciano Vassalo 12' pen]
[Senegal: Toumani Diallo, Yérim Diagne, Abdoulaye Diallo, Issa Mbaye, Ousmane Camara,
Louis Gomis, Louis Camara, Oumar Samb Guèye, Matar Niang, Baye Moussé Paye,
Demba Thioye.]
[Ethiopia: Getachew Abebe 'Dula', Gebre-Hiwot Bekure Tsion, Negassi Gebre Selassie,
Awad Mohammed, Fesseha Wolde-Emanuel, Ismael Gerile, Yehdego Wolde,
Luciano Vassalo, Mengistu Worku, Nure Mohammed, Shewangizaw Agonafer.]
[Referee: Joseph Wontumi (Ghana).]




1.TUNISIA 2 1 1 0 4- 0 3 *
.Senegal 2 1 1 0 5- 1 3 *
3.Ethiopia 2 0 0 2 1- 9 0


* Tunisia qualified ahead of Senegal after lots were drawn.




Group B


12-11-65 Ghana 5-2 Congo-Léopoldville [at Sousse, Stade Mohamed Maârouf]
[Osei Kofi 13', Ben Acheampong Simmons 18' 59', Cecil Jones Attuquayefio 84' 89' / Pierre Kalala Mukendi 43' pen 45']
[Ghana: John Bortey Naawu, Ben Kusi, Charles Addo Odametey, Sam Acquah, Willie Evans,
Kwame Nti, Ben Acheampong Simmons, Osei Kofi, Cecil Jones Attuquayefio,
Kofi Pare, Frank Odoi.]
[Congo-Léopv.: Makiadi Castello, Pierre Katumba, Antoine Lessa, Mabela 'Routier',
Paul Mbuli, Joseph Kibonge Mafu 'Gento', Augustin Diantela, Kabala,
Pierre Kalala Mukendi, Kabeya wa Kabamba 'Sotcho', Albert Mwila.]
[Referee: Seyoum Tarekegn (Ethiopia).]


14-11-65 Ivory Coast 3-0 Congo-Léopoldville [at Sfax, Stade Taïeb Mhiri]
[Eustache Manglé 14' 59' 80']
[Ivory Coast: Jean Keita, Joseph Niankouri, Séry Wawa, Henri Konan, Mathias Diagou,
François Zady, Konan Yobouët, Bernard Gnahoré, Ernest Kallet Bialy,
Eustache Manglé, Mamadou Sylla.]
[Congo-Léopv.: Paul Ngoie, Pierre Katumba, Mabela 'Routier', Albert Mwila, Antoine Lessa,
Augustin Diantela, Luc Mawa, Ernest Mokili 'Saïo', Pierre Kalala Mukendi,
Paul Mbuli, Kabeya wa Kabamba 'Sotcho'.]
[Referee: Hédi Zarrouk (Tunisia).]


19-11-65 Ghana 4-1 Ivory Coast [at Bizerte, Stade Municipal]
[Ben Acheampong Simmons 20', Kwame Nti 43', Nicholas Paa Nii Halm-Lutterodt 52', Osei Kofi 70' / Joseph Bléziri 66']
[Ghana: John Bortey Naawu, Nicholas Paa Nii Halm-Lutterodt, Charles Addo Odametey,
Sam Acquah, Willie Evans, Kwame Nti, Ben Acheampong Simmons, Osei Kofi,
Joseph Agyemang Gyau, Kofi Pare, Abdul-Ganiyu Salami.]
[Ivory Coast: Jean Keita (Théo Dossou), Joseph Niankouri, Séry Wawa, Henri Konan,
Mathias Diagou, François Zady, Konan Yobouët, Joseph Bléziri,
Ernest Kallet Bialy, Eustache Manglé, François Tahi.]
[Referee: Papa Salla Ngom (Senegal).]




1.GHANA 2 2 0 0 9- 3 4
2.Ivory Coast 2 1 0 1 4- 4 2
3.Congo-Léopoldv. 2 0 0 2 2- 8 0




Third Place Match
21-11-65 Ivory Coast 1-0 Senegal [at Tunis, Stade Chedly Zouiten]
[Konan Yobouët 35']
[Ivory Coast: Théo Dossou, Joseph Niankouri, Séry Wawa, Henri Konan, Mathias Diagou,
François Zady, Christophe Bazo, Joseph Bléziri, Konan Yobouët,
Eustache Manglé, François Tahi.]
[Senegal: Massata Diallo, Yérim Diagne, Abdoulaye Diallo, Issa Mbaye, Ousmane Camara,
Louis Gomis, Louis Camara, Oumar Samb Guèye, Baye Moussé Paye, Abdoulaye Diop,
Mohamed Fadel Fall.]
[Referee: Mohamed Mezahi (Algeria).]
[Note: some sources report that Idrissa played instead of Niankouri.]




Final

GHANA 3 X 2 TÚNEZ

21-11-65 Ghana 3-2 Tunisia [AET] [at Tunis, Stade Chedly Zouiten]
[Frank Odoi 37' 96', Osei Kofi 79' / Abdelmajid Chetali 47', Tahar Chaïbi 67']
[Ghana: John Bortey Naawu, Ben Kusi, Charles Addo Odametey, Sam Acquah, Willie Evans,
Kwame Nti, Eric Oman Mensah, Osei Kofi, Cecil Jones Attuquayefio, Kofi Pare,
Frank Odoi.]
[Tunisia: Sadok Sassi 'Attouga', Mahfoudh Benzarti, Ahmed Lamine, Mohsen Habacha, Hédi Douiri,
Moncef Ajel, Aleya Sassi, Rachid Gribaâ (Abdelwahab Lahmar), Abdelmajid Chetali,
Tahar Chaïbi, Mohammed Salah Jedidi.]
[Referee: Abdelaziz Chekaïmi (Algeria).]
[Attendance: 16000]
[Note: one source reports that Mongi Dalhoum played instead of Moncef Ajel.]




Top scorers : Osei Kofi (Ghana), Ben Acheampong Simmons (Ghana), and Eustache Manglé (Ivory Coast) each scored 3 goals.
OSEI KOFI (GHANA) GOLEADOR DE LA COPA AFRICA 1965


PLANTEL CAMPEÓN – GHANA 1965 Ghana
Coach: Charles Kumi Gyamfi
Players: Edward Dodoo Ankrah (GK) (Real Republikans), John Bortey Naawu (GK) (Great Olympics),
Charles Addo Odametey [capt.] (Real Republikans), Sam Acquah (Great Olympics),
Joseph Agyemang Gyau (Brong-Ahafo United), Emmanuel Oblitey (Real Republikans),
Ben Acheampong Simmons (Real Republikans), Kofi Pare (Real Republikans),
Osei Kofi (Asante Kotoko), Willie Evans (Real Republikans), Ben Kusi (Asante Kotoko),
Nicholas Paa Nii Halm-Lutterodt (Great Olympics), Frank Odoi (Great Olympics),
Kwame Nti (Asante Kotoko), Eric Oman Mensah (Great Olympics), Amusa Gbadamosi (Hearts of Oak),
Cecil Jones Attuquayefio (Real Republikans), Abdul-Ganiyu Salami* (Hearts of Oak),
Richard Barnie (Brong-Ahafo United), Joseph Addison (Cornerstones).


* Salami was born in Nigeria and later played for the Nigerian national team.

GHANA BI-CAMPEÓN AFRICANO 1965


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