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Saturday, 7 September 2002
Football Association International Friendly Match

England 1 Portugal 1 [1-0]

Match Summary
England Squad
Portugal Squad

Team Records
The Selecção das Quinas Squad for the match against England  September 2002
Player Birthdate Age Pos Club App G
Gomes de Andrade, Jorge Manuel Almeida 9 April 1978 24 D RC Deportivo La Coruña SAD, Spain 8 1

Jorge Andrade broke his foot on 1 September and withdraws from the squad the following day.

Martins Baía, Vítor Manuel 15 October 1969 32 G FC Porto 79 0
 Severo, Roberto Luís Gaspar de Deus
3 May 1976 26 D Sporting Clube de Portugal 20 2
Boa Morte Pereira, Luís 4 August 1977 25 F Fulham FC, England 4 1
Gonçalves da Rocha, Nuno Fernando
21 February 1972 30 F FC Porto 31 2
Marceneiro da Conceição, Sergio Paulo 15 November 1974 27 F FC Internazionale Milano SpA, Italy 45 11
Cesar Costa, Rui Manuel 29 March 1972 30 M AC Milan SpA, Italy 70 21
 Costa, Francisco José Rodrigues
1 December 1974 27 M FC Porto 10 1
Silva Couto, Fernando Manuel 2 August 1969 33 D SS Lazio SpA, Italy 86 6
Rebocho Ferreira, Paulo Renato 18 January 1979 23 D FC Porto 0 0
Caeiro Figo, Luís Filipe Madeira 4 November 1972 29 F Real Madrid CF SAD, Spain 85 27
 de Oliveira Magalhaes, Carlos Manuel
25 February 1974 28 CD Malaga CF 6 0
Litos was called into the squad as a replacement for Jorge Andrade, and dropped out a day later.
da Silva Freitas Meira, Fernando José 5 June 1978 24 M VfB Stuttgart 1893 eV, Germany 7 0
Nuno Gomes
 Pereira Ribeiro, Nuno Miguel Soares
5 July 1976 26 F Sport Lisboa e Benfica 31 14
 Carreiro Resendes, Pedro Miguel
28 April 1974 28 F FC Girondins de Bordeaux, France 36 16
 Teixeira, Armando Gonçalves
25 September 1976 25 M Sport Lisboa e Benfica 13 0
Pinto Tomé Santos, João Manuel 26 May 1973 29 CD Sport Lisboa e Benfica 0 0
João Pinto was called into the squad as a replacement for Litos.
Soares Pereira, Ricardo Alexandre Martins 11 February 1976 26 G Boavista FC 10 0
Macedo de Oliveiro, Rui Jorge Sousa Dias 27 March 1973 29 D Sporting Clube de Portugal 24 1
Pinto da Silva, Luis Jorge 4 December 1975 26 M Boavista FC 0 0
Fonseco Sabrosa, Simão Pedro 31 October 1979 22 F Sport Lisboa e Benfica 13 1
da Silva Valente, Nuno Jorge Pereira 12 September 1974 27 D FC Porto 0 0
Gomes Viana, Hugo Miguel Ferreira 15 January 1983 19 M Newcastle United FC, England 4 0
da Cruz Vidigal, José Luís 15 March 1973 29 M SSC Napoli SpA, Italy 13 0

Squad details correct up to and including Portugal's match against Korean Republic on 14 June 2002.


Friday, 12 July 2002 - Joao Pinto has been banned from club and international football until October 17 for punching a referee during the World Cup finals. He had originally been suspended after striking Argentinian referee Angel Sanchez in a melee after being shown a red card during Portugal's 1-0 defeat to Korea, which sent the Portuguese crashing out of the tournament. FIFA's disciplinary committee today imposed a six-month suspension, but said two of those were considered a partial suspension, meaning the 30-year-old Sporting Lisbon player will be allowed to play again in October. Pinto was also placed probation for one year, meaning that if he commits a similar offence during that period he must serve the additional two months suspension. He was also ordered to pay a fine of 50,000 Swiss francs ($33,700) and he will also have to meet the procedural costs of 15,000 Swiss francs.

Friday, 19 July 2002 - Goalkeeper Joaquim Silva, known as Quim, has been suspended for six months for testing positive for the banned anabolic steroid nandrolone, the disciplinary commission of the Portuguese Football League revealed Friday. The suspension will finish on August 15, ten days before the Portuguese league gets underway. Quim, 26, had been suspended as a precautionary measure on February 15 after testing positive last October following a Portuguese first division match between his team Sporting Braga and Maritimo Funchal. A 'B' test at the end of January confirmed the test although Quim continued to protest his innocence. As a result of the precautionary ban Quim, who had played 13 times for his country, was not selected by coach Antonio Oliveira for the squad for the World Cup.

Tuesday, 23 July 2002 - Midfielder Paulo Bento has announced his retirement from international football, becoming the latest member of his country's World Cup squad to hang up their boots.

Saturday, 3 August 2002 - Defender Jorge Costa said today he was retiring from the country's national team. "I am leaving the national team because I am conscious my time has come, it is time to make room for younger players." He becomes the fifth Portuguese player to retire from international football in the last month, after Paulo Sousa, Dimas, Paulo Bento and Pedro Barbosa.

Wednesday, 14 August 2002 - Portugal national youth coach Agostinho Oliveira has been appointed as the temporary first-team coach, replacing Antonio Oliveira who resigned after his team's first round exit from the World Cup. Agostinho Oliveira will train Portugal for friendlies against England and against Sweden. He has worked for the Portuguese Football Federation since 1989, in which time he has led sides to the European under-16 and under-18 titles.

Thursday, 29 August 2002 - Fourteen of the 22-man squad named by coach Agostinho Oliveira played in the World Cup Finals. Benfica winger Simao Sabrosa, who missed the World Cup through injury, has earned a recall after a four month absence. 

Monday, 2 September 2002 - Deportivo La Coruña's Portuguese defender Jorge Andrade is likely to be sidelined for up to two months after breaking a bone in his foot during his team's 4-2 defeat against Real Betis on Sunday. Malaga's Litos has been called up to replace him.

Tuesday, 3 September 2002 - Malaga defender Litos has failed to recover from the knock he picked up at the weekend against Recreativo Huelva and withdrawn from Portugal squad to face England. The centre-back was not in the original squad but was called up to replace Jorge Andrade. There is still no place for Liverpool defender Abel Xavier because Portugal boss Agostinho Oliveira has now included Benfica's Joao Manuel Pinto. 

Portugal Form: last six games
L D W L W L  f 10:a 9 success:  42%
395 27 March 2002 - Portugal 1 Finland 4 [1-3]
Estadio do Bessa Seculo XXI, Porto
Sergio Conceicao
Kolkka, Forsell, Litmanen (2)
396 17 April 2002 - Portugal 1 Brazil 1 [0-0]
Estadio Jose Alvalade, Lisboa
Sergio Conceicao
Ronaldinho (pen)
397 25 May 2002 - PR China 0 Portugal 2 [0-0]
Estádio Campo Desportivo, Macau
Gomes, Pauleta NW
398 5 June 2002 - Portugal 2 USA 3 [1-3]
Suwon World Cup Gyeonggijang, Suwon-si
Beto, Agoos OG
O'Brien, Jorge Costa OG, McBride
399 10 June 2002 - Portugal 4 Poland 0 [1-0]
Jeonju World Cup Gyeonggijang, Jeonju-si
Pauleta (3), Rui Costa NW
400 14 June 2002 - Korean Republic 1 Portugal 0 [0-0]
Incheon Munhak World Cup Stadium, Incheon
Ji-Sung AL
Joao Pinto, Beto