Saturday, March 5, 2011

European Cup 1982 1983 Dynamo Kiev Hamburg SV

Quarter finals First Leg
2 March 1983
Lenin Dynamo Stadium, Tbilisi

Attendance: 28,000
Referee: Enzo Barbaresco

The 1982–83 season of the European Cup football club tournament was won for the first time by Hamburg in the final against Juventus. It was the first time since 1976 that the trophy did not go to a club from England.
Aston Villa were the defending champions, but were eliminated by Juventus in the quarter finals.





Codec H264, Mkv
Bitrate 1300
Sound 160kbps 
German Comments
2 Files
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Chapters



First Half






Second Half



http://www.megaupload.com/?d=QRW1BC1D

 
https://rapidshare.com/files/4223795640/2nd_half.mkv



Thanks to drjabl for rapidshare reupload 
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20 comments:

  1. .... Rush still on (long) vacations under the Crimee sun....

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  2. Thank you. For fans of Dynamo Kiev this match is a nightmare)) ... better to help me find a friendly match 05.05.1981. Hamburg SV- USSR.

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  3. Wow! I just did not see .... I have this match without the last 5 minutes, you have a complete match! I have not had time to write and see .... Thank you so much! By the way, the return match in Hamburg nowhere ... Maybe you have?
    http://footballdatabase.eu/football.coupe.hambourg-sv.dynamo-kiev.35203.en.html

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  4. to the previous of my request: I have found on the site Foot Nostalgie photo of the USSR national team before the friendly match against Hamburger SV on 05/05/1981. Here is a photo: http://uppix.net/e/0/2/d9d283755a925a368167f85336e37.jpg
    Very long laugh because half of the names of the USSR team is incorrect.
    Correctly like this: Top row: Chivadze, Dasaev, Bubnov, Blokhin, Susloparov, Kipiani, Bessonov.
    Bottom row: Oganesyan, Andreev, Borovsky, Yanushevsky.
    http://russia-matches.ucoz.ru/publ/matchi/1981/quotgamburgquot_frg_sssr_23/52-1-0-804

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  5. Ah Mr Rush! I'm Happy you liked it!!!
    Did you saw the Inter vs Urss?
    i don't remember about Hsv Urss, never saw that file. I could get the second leg Hsv Kiev.
    i have some great scans to add : take a look on the beautiful full raw pages:
    http://nsa25.casimages.com/img/2011/03/11/110311104308833034.jpg
    http://nsa25.casimages.com/img/2011/03/11/110311104558301492.jpg
    http://nsa25.casimages.com/img/2011/03/11/110311104805998656.jpg

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  6. added that one : http://nsa25.casimages.com/img/2011/03/11/110311105043501291.jpg

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  7. i added this one to your Fra Ussr game look:
    http://nsa25.casimages.com/img/2011/03/11/110311105330873152.jpg

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  8. thanks Twb22,

    You made ​​a mistake in the commentary: March 11, 2011 10:44 AM
    Second Leg HSV-Dynamo Kiev did not play in Kiev, and in Hamburg. I'm looking for him and had never seen. The first match played in Tbilisi, because it was cold in Kiev (your release of the match).

    Yes, I already had a match Inter-USSR 1990. You represent interesting matches, not only for myself but for all fans))) Thank you very much again. Perhaps will be interested in the other match Inter Milano vs. Dynamo Kiev(USSR) in 1988 (Trofeo Memorial Picchi).

    Inter: Zenga, Bergomi, Baresi, Brehme, Ferri, Mandorlini, Matteoli, Berti, Diaz, Matthaus, Serena. Coach: G.Trappatoni.

    Dynamo Kiev: Chanov, Bessonov, Bal, Kuznetsov, Demyanenko, Rats, Mikhaylichenko, Litovchenko, Zavarov, Protasov, Belanov. Coach: V.Lobanovsky.

    Сommentary in Italian.
    part#01 http://www.megaupload.com/?d=ZWO7Y6H3
    part#02 http://www.megaupload.com/?d=8QBWHZF2

    P.S. more than 100 photographs by Oleg Blokhin as part of Dynamo Kiev and the national team of the USSR.:
    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=J2PW4ZIX

    Best regards,

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  9. Hello
    Inter Milano vs. Dynamo Kiev(USSR) in 1988 (Trofeo Memorial Picchi). don't have it.

    100 photographs by Oleg Blokhin
    ooops i take it

    Inter Milano vs. Dynamo Kiev(USSR)
    if it's from you make a post....

    You made ​​a mistake in
    well you know commentaries are not from me...

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  10. Do you have informations about the 1990 Inte Ussr game i posted?
    you probably noticed i changes Urss to Ukraine for Kiev.....

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  11. ha-ha-ha! laugh again!
    Sorry for my English )))
    That is, until 26 December 1991. teames (Dynamo Kiev, Spartak Moscow, Dinamo Tbilisi, Dynamo Minsk, etc.), it should be noted in the section of the USSR.

    after the collapse of the USSR, and it was after December 26, 1991,
    -- Dynamo Kiev, Shakhtar Donetsk, Metallist, Dnepr - Ukraine,
    -- Dynamo Tbilisi - Georgia,
    -- Dynamo Minsk, BATE Borisov- Belarus,
    -- Dynamo Moscow, Spartak Moscow, CSKA Moscow, Zenith, Rubin - Russia.
    I next week I'll write more in detail)))
    In order to avoid errors and confusion in the future )))
    Have a nice weekend!

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  12. Rush .... I know the geography thank you very much i'm listening the news sometimes.... but i can't open a separate label for every ex nation of Urss....
    Ukraine and Russia (for most Ex Urss will be ok....)

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  13. OK, Twb22!
    ex-USSR

    Back in the USSR :)))
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GhRu9yzlTRI

    Well the Ukraine girls really knock me out
    They leave the west behind
    And Moscow girls make me sing and shout
    They Georgia's always on my my my my my my my my my mind
    Oh, come on
    Hu Hey Hu, hey, ah, yeah
    yeah, yeah, yeah
    I'm back in the USSR
    You don't know how lucky you are, boys
    Back in the USSR :)))

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  14. I'm planning to make a circuit St Peter. Moscow for one of my vacations, don't know when but i will do it sooner of later.

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  15. And I'll be next week in Rome and Florence :)

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  16. Greetings from Rome :)
    http://rushmcmlxv.blogspot.com

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  17. Wow ... Are you relative with Carlos Ancelotti????

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  18. reupload

    https://rapidshare.com/files/2991002000/1st.half.part1.rar
    https://rapidshare.com/files/265475975/1st.half.part2.rar
    https://rapidshare.com/files/4223795640/2nd_half.mkv

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  19. Dynamo dominated the second leg in Hamburg which won 1-2 and had 2 very big chances (in one of them the ball hit the post and in the other it went just wide) and the score could've been 1-4 which would see Hamburg eliminated. Hamburg was a great team back then, but so was Dynamo.

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