4th Pan Arab Games, 1965 (Cairo, Egypt)

NB: the football team playing under the name of Lahej represented the Sultanate of Lahej,
    which was part of the Federation of South Arabia from 1963, until it was abolished
    in 1967 after the founding of People’s Democratic Republic of Yemen (South Yemen);
    the football team playing under the name of Aden represented the State of Aden 
    ("Wilāyat Aden") in the Federation of South Arabia formed in 1963, which became
    the People's Republic of South Yemen in 1967. A forerunner to the South Yemen
    national side. 


Group 1
02/09/65 Egypt            abd Iraq
02/09/65 Palestine        1-0 Aden (South Yemen)
           [Omar El-Sheikh Taha 20]
           [PALESTINE: Marwan Kanafani; Faisal Bibi, Fouad Abou Ghida [c], Ali Abou Hamada,
              Ismail Al-Masry, Nabil Al-Shami, Samih Al-Semri, Jamil Abbas (Abid), 
              Ibrahim El-Moghrabi, Khader Qadada, Omar El-Sheikh Taha.]
03/09/65 Egypt           14-0 Aden (South Yemen)
03/09/65 Palestine        1-0 Lebanon
           [Ibrahim El-Moghrabi 22]
           [PALESTINE: Marwan Kanafani; Faisal Bibi, Fouad Abou Ghida, Nabil Al-Shami, Abid,
              Samih El-Semri; others n/a.]
04/09/65 Iraq             6-0 Aden (South Yemen)
04/09/65 Egypt            3-0 Lebanon        
           [Foad Morsi, Hassan El-Shazly, Hassan Gabr]
06/09/65 Egypt            2-1 Palestine
           [Badawi Abdel Fattah 19, Foad Morsi 35; Abed Gallia 60pen]
           [PALESTINE: Marwan Kanafani; Faisal Bibi, Ali Abou Hamada, Fouad Abou Ghida [c], 
              Ismail Al-Masry, Nabil Al-Shami, Abid, Samih Al-Semri, Khader Qadada,
              Ibrahim El-Moghrabi; others n/a.]
06/09/65 Iraq             0-0 Lebanon
07/09/65 Palestine        1-1 Iraq
           [Omar El-Sheikh Taha 37; Salman Dawud 54]
           [PALESTINE: Marwan Kanafani: Faisal Bibi (Ali Abou Hamada), Ismail Al-Masry,
              Nabil Al-Shami, Fouad Abou Ghida [c], Abid, Samih Al-Semri, Khalil İstanbuli,
              Khader Qadada, Ibrahim El-Moghrabi, Omar Al-Sheikh Taha.]
07/09/65 Lebanon          4-3 Aden (South Yemen)
08/09/65 Egypt            1-0 Iraq
           [Abdel Karim El-Gohary]

 1.EGYPT            4  4  0  0 20- 1  8
 2.PALESTINE        4  2  1  1  4- 3  5
 3.Iraq             4  1  2  1  7- 2  4
 4.Lebanon          4  1  1  2  4- 7  3
 5.South Yemen      4  0  0  4  3-25  0

NB: The first game between Egypt and Iraq was abandoned at kick-off after security fears
    due to overcrowding at the Zamalek stadium, causing referee Mamdouh Karma of Jordan
    to call the match off.

Group 2
02/09/65 Sudan            9-0 Lahej 
02/09/65 Libya           15-1 Oman
03/09/65 Syria            4-0 Lahej
03/09/65 Sudan            4-2 Libya
04/09/65 Libya            6-3 Syria
04/09/65 Sudan           15-0 Oman
06/09/65 Libya           16-0 Lahej               
06/09/65 Syria           13-0 Oman
07/09/65 Lahej            2-1 Oman
07/09/65 Sudan            2-0 Syria
        
 1.SUDAN            4  4  0  0 30- 2  8
 2.LIBYA            4  3  0  1 39- 8  6
 3.Syria            4  2  0  2 20- 8  4
 4.Lahej            4  1  0  3  2-30  2
 5.Oman             4  0  0  4  2-45  0
 
Semifinals
09/09/65 Egypt            8-1 Libya
09/09/65 Sudan            2-1 Palestine
           [Siddiq Mohammed Ahmed 11, Amin Zaki 83; Omar El-Sheikh Taha 30]
           [PALESTINE: Marwan Kanafani; Faisal Bibi, Fouad Abou Ghida [c], Nabil El-Shami
             (Ali Abou Hamada), Ismail Al-Masry, Abid, Khader Qadada, Hossam Al-Semri,
             Ibrahim El-Moghrabi, Samih El-Semri, Omar El-Sheikh Taha.]

Third Place Match
10/09/65 Libya            4-2 Palestine
           [Ali El-Biski 3, 88, Ahmed Ben Suwaid 5, 27; Ibrahim El-Moghrebi 20, Khader Qadada 28]
           [PALESTINE: Faiq Al-Hanawi; Faisal Bibi (Muammar Biseso), Fouad Abou-Ghida [c],
              Ali Abou Hamada, Ismail Al-Masry, Abid, Samih El-Semri, Jamil Abbas,
              Ibrahim El-Moghrabi, Khader Qadada, Omar El-Sheikh Taha.]

Final
11/09/65 Egypt            2-0 Sudan


Egyptian squad: 

Khorshid 
Talaat Mahmoud 
Yakan Hussein 
Mimi Darwish 
Mahmoud Abou Regaila 
Ahmed Rifaat 
Abdel Karim El-Gohary 
Moustafa Reyadh 
Shehta (Ismaily) 
Foad Morsi 
Ibrahim El-Khalil 
Hassan Shehata 
Hassan El-Shazly 
Badawi Abdel Fattah 
Ahmed Effat 
Ayman El-Esnawi 
Said Aboul Nour 
Said Qotb 
Yousry Tarboush 


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