Trofeo Internacional Montilla-Moriles (Córdoba) 1967-1969


Friendly tournament played in Córdoba in the El Arcángel Stadium.
Montilla-Moriles is a Spanish Denominación de Origen (DO) for wines located in the southern part of the province of Córdoba (Andalusia, Spain).
Córdoba Club de Fútbol, S.A.D. is a Spanish football team based in Córdoba in the autonomous community of Andalusia. Founded in 1954,


Palmares

1967    CA Independiente	1-0 Córdoba CF
1968    Córdoba CF		1-0 Granada CF
1969    Sporting CP		2-0 Real Betis Balompié

1967

Participants:   
Córdoba CF (Spain)
CD Málaga (Spain)
Standard Liège (Belgium)
CA Independiente (Argentina)

Semifinals [Aug 26]
CD Málaga	2-3 CA Independiente  
  [1-0 Otiñano 60´, 2-0 Moli 70´, 2-1 Taravini 83´,
   2-2 Taravini 89´, 2-3 Diñeguez 98´].
CD Málaga:    Catalá; Ben Barek, Arias, Vallejo (Benítez); Estévez (Valenzuela), 
              Martínez (Gutiérrez); Aragón, Robles, Moli, Ficha, Otiñano.
Independiente: Santoro; Silvio, Pavoni, Ferreiro; Pastoriza (De la Mata), Acevedo; 
               Bernao, Savoi (Muro), Artime, Yasalde (Diéguez), Taravino.
Córdoba CF	4-1 Standard Liège   
  [1-0 Riera 25´, 2-0 Lusi Costa 27´, 3-0 Juanín 49´,
   3-1 ? 54´, 4-1 Martí 86´].
Córdoba CF:   García; Simonet, Navarro, López; Martí, Alfonso; 
              Luis Costa, Juan, Arana, Muñoz.
Standard:     Matus; Blacleyer, Ruojose, Varchonber; Sfnok, Orli; 
              Lechumper, Bernat, Storpin, Maunovic, Germano.

Third place match [Aug 27]
CD Málaga	4-1 Standard Liège   
  [1-0 Otiñano 10´, 1-1 Vanschonpeck 12´, 2-1 Moli 36´,
   3-1 Ben Barek 49´, 4-1 Otiñano 75´].
Cd Málaga:    Juanito; Monreal, Corías, Ben Barek; Robles, Vázquez; 
              Aragón, Ficha, Moli, Valenzuela, Otiñano.  
Standard:     Mapchy; Waclerne, Roufonse, Vanschonpeck; Stno, Orli; 
              Legouteur, Scoenen, Storne, Naunovic, Germano.

Final [Aug 27]
Córdoba CF	0-1 CA Independiente
  [0-1 Tarantini 5´].
Córdoba CF:    García; Rodri, Navarro, López; Martí, González; 
               Fali, Alfonso, Riera, Juanin, Muñoz.
Independiente: Santoro; Monges, Pavoni, Ferreiro; Fastoriza, Acevedo; 
               Bernal, De la Masa, Artime, Dieguez, Tarantini.

1968

Participants:   
Hvidovre IF København (Denmark)
Granada CF (Spain)
Royal Beerschot AC (Belgium)
Córdoba CF (Spain)

Semifinals [Aug 24]
Granada CF	2-0 Hvidovre IF  
  [1-0 Miralles 5´, 2-0 Noya 7´].
Granada CF: Gómez; Martos, Barrenechea, Lorenzo; Barrachina, Santos; Almagro 
            (Flores), Noya, Miralles, Ruiz Sosa (Gerardo), Vicente.
Hvidovre:   Hulbebrandt; Fvendfen, Fvej; Klemp; B. Jensen, Petersen; 
            Krudsen (Andersen), Sorensen, E. Hansen, Jensen, Mathiasen.

Córdoba CF	1-0 Royal Beerschot   
  [1-0 Álvarez 14´].
Córdoba CF: García; Simonet, Navarro, López Jaén, Rodri; Rojas, 
            Alvarez (Alfonso), Ferreira, (Rabeló), Juanín, Luis Costa.
Beerschot:  Smolders; De Fera, Wfflens, Raskin; Van Obdert, Vereghen; 
            Hermann, Weyn, Poulsen, Ritzen, Poulsen.

Third place match [Aug 25]
R. Beerschot	3-1 Hvidovre IF  
  [1-0 Hermann 5´, 2-0 Ritzen 51´, 3-0 Houben 56´,
   3-1 Hansen 60´].
Beerschot:  Smolders; De Fern, Willens, Raskin; Van Obdért, Verereghen, 
            Hermann, Poulsen, Haouben, Riszent, Weyn.
Hvidovre:   Huldebtsnd; Fvendfen, Fvej, Klemp; B. Jensen, Petersen; 
            Matiensen, Dorensen, Hansen, Jensen, Anderson. 

Final [Aug 25]
Córdoba CF	1-0 Granada CF  
  [1-0 Jaén 36´].
Córdoba CF:  García; Simonet, Navarro, López; Jaén, Rodri; 
             Rojas, Alvarez, Ferreira, Juanín, Luis Costa.
Granada CF:  Gómez; Pina, Barrenechea, Lorenzo; Barrachina, 
             Santos; Flores, Ruiz Sosa, Noya, Miralles, Vicente.

1969

Participants:   
Sporting CP (Portugal)
Wiener Sport Club (Austria)
Córdoba CF (Spain)
Real Betis Sevilla (Spain)


Semifinals [Aug 25,26]
Real Betis	2-1 Wiener Sport Club 
  [1-0 Azcárate 57´, 1-1 Kaltenbrunner 58´, 2-1 Santi 61´].
Real Betis:  Vilanova; Tellechía, Torrents, Cobo; Dioni, Frígois; 
             Santi, González, Landa, Nolito, Macario. 
Wiener SC:   Kaipel; Waine, Scimdradmer, Kosavic; Haider, Clement; 
             Haider, Herzog, Laudrup, Kantepunlet, Hormaier.
Córdoba CF	0-1 Sporting CP
  [0-1 Marinho 40´].
Córdoba CF:  García (Molina); Ponce, Toledo, Verdugo; Jaén, Guadix; Rojas, 
             Escalante (Manolín Cuesta), Jara, Diego (Crispi), Luis Costa.
Sporting CP: Damas; Gomes, A. Batista, José Carlos; Hilario, Gonçalves; 
             Pedrás, Morais (Celestino), Nelson, Lourenço, Peres.

Third place match [Aug 27]
Córdoba CF	2-4 Wiener Sport Club 
  [1-0 Rojas 14´, 2-0 Luis Costa 40´,  2-1 Kavacis (p) 44´,
   2-2 Laudrup 49´, 2-3 Halas 55´, 2-4 Haider 60´].
Córdoba CF:  Molina; Ponce, Toledo, Sanitas (Juanín); Verdugo, Jaén; 
             Juanín (Escalante), Rojas (Álvarez), Jara, M. Cuesta (Crispi), Luis Costa.
Wiener SC:   Kaipel; Tiefenbacer, Schmitradner, Kavacic (Herzog); Haider (Zacsek), 
             Onger, Wallnef, Privil, Laudrup (Halas), Kaltenbrunner (Reipouer), Hormaler.

Final [Aug 28]
Real Betis  	0-2 Sporting CP
  [0-1 Lourenço 48´, 0-2 Peres 78´].
Real Betis:  Bernardo; Telechia, Torrents (Ezequiel), Cobo; Dióniz, Frigols; Santi, 
             González, Landa, Nolito (Azcárate), Macario.
Sporting CP: Damas; Pedro Gómez, A. Batista (Celestino), José Carlos; Hilario, 
             Gonsálvez; Pedrás (Lourenço), Morais, Nelson, Marinho, Peres.

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