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1972 Coupe de France Final

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1972 Coupe de France Final

The 1972 Coupe de France Final was a football match held at Parc des Princes, Paris on 4 June 1972, that saw Olympique de Marseille defeat SEC Bastia 2–1 thanks to goals by Didier Couécou and Josip Skoblar.

Match details

Marseille 2–1 Bastia
Couécou Goal 15'
Skoblar Goal 73'
Franceschetti Goal 85'
Parc des Princes, Paris
Attendance: 44,069
Referee: Robert Frauciel
GK France Georges Carnus
DF France Jean-Pierre Lopez
DF France Bernard Bosquier
DF France Jules Zvunka (c)
DF France Edouard Kula
MF France Jacques Novi
MF France Gilbert Gress
MF France Joseph Bonnel Substituted off 77'
FW Sweden Roger Magnusson
FW Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Josip Skoblar
FW France Didier Couécou
DF France Jean-Louis Hodoul Substituted in 77'
France Mario Zatelli

Assistant referees:
Fourth official:

GK Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ilija Pantelić
DF France Victor Mosa
DF France Jean-Claude Tosi
DF France Jean-Louis Luccini
DF Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Cvajko Savkovic
MF France Georges Calmettes
MF France Marc Kanyan Case
MF France Jean-Pierre Dogliani
FW France François Félix
FW 10 France Georges Franceschetti (c)
FW France Jean-Pierre Giordani Substituted off 77'
MF France Claude Papi Substituted in 77'
France Pierre Cahuzac

See also

External links

  • Coupe de France results at Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation
  • Report on French federation site
  • Summary and photos

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