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JUNE 2002

VOLUME 12 / NUMBER 4

CONFEDERATION OF NORTH, CENTRAL AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL NEWSLETTER

CALENDAR OF EVENTS
22-25 May 2002
Workshop for Goalkeeper Coaches
Dr. Joo Havelange Centre of Excellence
Tunapuna, Trinidad & Tobago
31 May 2002
Opening match, 2002 FIFA World Cup
France v Senegal
Seoul, Korea Republic
3 June 2002
Mexico v Croatia (Group G)
Niigata, Japan (15:30)
4 June 2002
Costa Rica v China PR (Group C)
Gwangju, Korea (15:30)
5 June 2002
USA v Portugal (Group D)
Suwon, Korea (18:00)
Costa Rica and the USA qualified to represent the Confederation in the 2002 FIFA World Cup.
Both, along with rival Mexico, will be traveling to Korea and Japan in June to battle the worlds
best and try to bring the first world championship to the region. (Photo PAM/ISI)

2002 FIFA WORLD CUP KOREA/JAPAN PREVIEW


After a long, hard road which began more than two years ago in our
Confederation, in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad & Tobago, the biggest sporting
event in the world begins on 31 May when FIFA World Cup 2002
Korea/Japan kicks off with the opening match in Seoul.
That first qualifying match, which saw Trinidad & Tobago defeat
Netherlands Antilles 5:0, also started the Football Confederations qualifying process in which 391 goals were scored in 125 matches. Three
teams eventually survived the final hexagonal Costa Rica, Mexico and
USA and now they carry the mantle of North and Central America and
the Caribbean to the Far East as they bid to be the first ever from this region to be crowned
World Champion.
Mexico left it late in qualifying for Korea/Japan 2002, earning their berth only on the
final day of qualifying with a dramatic 3:0 victory against Honduras in the Estadio Azteca.
But its the 11th time in 18 FIFA World Cups the Tricolores have reached the finals.
Costa Rica rebounded from being forced into a playoff to qualify at the semifinal stage
to finishing atop the table in the six-team final round. The ticos have qualified for just one
FIFA World Cup finals, in 1990 in Italy, but what a performance: defeating Scotland and
stretching Brazil to the limit before going out to Czechoslovakia in the round of 16.
The USA got off to a blazing start in the final round of FC qualifying, but then went
through some rough times before securing their ticket in the penultimate round of matches. Korea/Japan 2002 will be their sixth trip to a FIFA World Cup finals, but fourth consecutive appearance (dating back to 1990)
But all that matters little now, as the three FC nations and the other 29 teams in the
finals begin fresh in trying to deny France their bid to be just the second country to repeat
as World Champion (after in Brazil in 1958 and 62).
Mexico will be the only FC country to play their first-round matches in Japan. They
were drawn into Group F, where they will face Croatia, Ecuador and Italy.
Costa Rica and the USA will play their first-round matches in Korea. Costa Rica is in
Group C, along with China PR, Turkey and Brazil, while the USA is in Group D, and will
face Portugal, Poland and co-host Korea Republic.

9 June 2002
Mexico v Ecuador (Group G)
Miyagi, Japan (15:30)
Costa Rica v Turkey (Group C)
Incheon, Korea (18:00)
10 June 2002
USA v Korea Republic (Group D)
Daegu, Korea (15:30)
13 June 2002
Costa Rica v Brazil (Group C)
Suwon, Korea (15:30)
Mexico v Italy (Group G)
Oita, Japan (20:30)
14 June 2002
USA v Poland (Group D)
Daejeon, Korea (20:30)
30 June 2002
Final, 2002 FIFA World Cup
Yokohama, Japan
30 June 2002
FIFA Womens World Cup qualifying
Caribbean Zone first-leg matches
(Dominica, Suriname, US Virgin Islands,
Saint Lucia, Republica Dominicana, Jamaica)

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USA, MEXICO IN
FIFA UNDER-19
WOMENS WORLD
TOURNEY

The
USA and
Mexico
rolled to
victory in
winnertake-all qualifying finales in the
FC Womens Under-19 Final
Qualifying Tournament in
Trinidad & Tobago, in the
process capturing the
Confederations two berths on
offer for the FIFA Under-19
Womens World Championship
in Canada later this summer.
The USA overwhelmed Costa
Rica 14:1 to win Group B in
Bacolet, Tobago, finishing with
an astounding 34:1 goal differential in strolling to victory in
their three matches. Mexico
meanwhile saw off the gallant
challenge of host Trinidad &
Tobago with a 5:1 victory in
Malabar, Trinidad to snatch top
spot in Group A.

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Kelly Wilson and Heather
OReilly scored four goals each
for the USA in their rout of
Costa Rica, for Wilson, the tournaments leading goalscorer
with 10, her second four-goal

Mexico celebrates qualifying for the


FIFA U-19 Womens World Championship,
to be played this summer in Canada.

game. Lindsay Tarpley, also with


a four-goal game to her credit in
the tournament, added a pair of
goals.
The USA showed their pedigree early in the tournament,
defeating Suriname 15:0, then

WARNER RE-ELECTED AT
XXIII CONGRESS

The re-election of Jack A. Warner to a


fourth term as President of the
Confederation of North, Central American
and Caribbean Association Football highlighted the convening of the XXIII Ordinary
Congress, held 20 April at the Loews Hotel
in Miami Beach, Florida.
In addition to the Congress, the
Confederations Executive Committee met on
Thursday 18 April, and the regional bodies
also convened, the Caribbean Football Union
holding an executive committee meeting and
congress, while the Union Centroamericana
de Ftbol held their executive committee
meeting.
A look at the key points in a busy weekend which celebrated the 40th anniversary of
the Confederation:
ELECTIONS: Jack A. Warner was
returned for a fourth four-year term of office
in an overwhelming vote, defeating Dr.
Edgardo Codesal by a vote count of 36-2,
with one no vote and one national association absent.
In the meeting of the Executive
Committee, the ineligibility of the candidacy
of Dr. Codesal for the post of presidency, as
determined by Confederation General
Secretary Chuck Blazer, was ratified by the
Executive. That ratification was unanimously

finally overcoming a stubborn


Haiti side 5:1. Costa Rica set up
the final match with a 4:0 defeat
of Haiti first, followed by a 4:1
dismissal of Suriname.
In the Group A decider,
Mexico struck early and often,
scoring four goals in the first 26
minutes. The early goals from
Micheli Rico, Dioselina
Valderrama, Teresa Worbis and
Sulim Quinarez quickly silenced
the throngs of T&T faithful, with
a second-half strike from Rubi
Sandoval canceling out a Tasha
St. Louis goal to finish off the
match.
In the group, a pair of draws
opened play, before Mexico and
T&T took pole position for the
FIFA berth with second-day victories against Panama (3:0) and
Jamaica (2:1) respectively.
Jamaica ended up with third
place in Group A on goal difference after a 1:1 draw with
Panama. Raiza Gutierrez had
given Panama a 28th-minute
lead before second-half substitute Kim Dunn pulled Jamaica
level four minutes after the
break.

approved by the Congress. However, a


motion was made that Dr. Codesal be permitted to stand for election, in the interest of
transparency, democracy and fair play. The
motion was passed unanimously.
The roll call vote was then held, with El
Salvador and Mexico voting for Dr. Codesal,
Puerto Rico recording no vote, and French
Guyana absent.

Confederation President Jack Warner addressing Congress.

Also re-elected to seats on the


Confederation Executive Committee were
Alan I. Rothenberg of the USA to the post of
Vice President, North Zone; Lisle Austin of
Barbados (Vice President, Caribbean Zone);
Alfredo Hawit Banegas (Honduras) to the
post of Member, Central Zone. In addition,
Isaac David Sasso Sasso was returned to the
Central Zone on the FIFA Executive
Committee, which also holds a seat on the
Confederation Executive Committee.
ASSOCIATE MEMBERS: Two new
associate members of the Confederation
were approved by the Congress: the coun-

A 72nd-minute goal from


Paola Jean gave Haiti a 2:1 victory against Suriname and third
place in Group A. Lovelie Sanon
put Haiti in front on 11 minutes,
before an Elenoor Wisch goal
five minutes later levelled terms
to set up the finish and give
Haiti third in the group.
FIFA U-19 Womens
World Championship
Canada 2002 Final Draw:
GROUP A (Edmonton Commonwealth Stadium)
Canada
Denmark
Nigeria
Japan
GROUP B (Vancouver Swangard Stadium)
Germany
France
Mexico
Brazil
GROUP C (Victoria Centennial Stadium)
USA
England
Chinese Taipei
Australia

tries of Saint-Martin and Sint-Maarten, the


French and Dutch halves respectively of the
same Caribbean island. The raise the total
number of national associations of the
Confederation to 35 full members and five
associate members, all with full voting rights.
YOUTH FOOTBALL: The Executive
Committee determined the sites for the
upcoming final FC qualifying tournaments
for the FIFA World Youth Championship
(Panama and USA) and FIFA Under-17
World Championship (Canada and
Guatemala).
FC GOLD CUP: Effective with the next
Copa America, the top two finishers in the FC
Gold Cup shall gain automatic entry into the
competition. Previously under the accord
reached with the CSF regarding national
teams competing in the others championship,
the Gold Cup winner along with one invited
team from the FC were guaranteed participation in the South American championship.
REFEREES: The committee heard an
highly detailed presentation from D.C.
Emerson Mathurin, recently appointed
chairman of the FC Referees Committee,
who presented his four-year referee development plan to the group. The plan was roundly applauded and approved.
GOAL PROJECT: The Congress also
heard an extensive report of the FIFA GOAL
Project, where four complexes have been
completed in the Confederation.

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FCS THREE OFF TO FIFA WORLD CUP 2002

For 30 days beginning at the end of May, the world will be enraptured by the goings-on in 20 stadia in the neighboring countries of
Korea and Japan when the 2002 FIFA World Cup finals kick off, for
the first time ever split between nations.
But the reality that the World Cup has dominated the thoughts
and minds of football aficionados for months now as the finals have
approached, various strengths and weaknesses being gauged, groups
and matches pored over and analyzed.
Since earning their places late in 2001, it has been no different for
the three Football Confederation qualifiers Costa Rica, Mexico and
USA. Now the big event is here, and the three will carry the hopes and
dreams of the region onto the fields of play in Korea and Japan.
COSTA RICA
Costa Rica has perhaps the best chance on paper to
win their group. In their one previous World Cup finals
experience at Italia 90, the ticos surprised Scotland and
Sweden to finish second in their group before losing to
Czechoslovakia in the round-of-16.
Technical director Alexandre Guimaraes was on that team, when
Costa Rica also met Brazil in group play, losing 1:0. The two have
again been paired, but 12 years later Brazil comes into the World Cup
after struggling to qualify, eventually finishing joint third in the South
American table.
China PR won its group in style in Asian qualifying and in another irony, are coached by Bora Milutinovic, who had the reins of the
Costa Rican team in 1990 and the USA at World Cup 94. Third in the
group is Turkey, who overwhelmed Austria in a playoff that match on
9 June in Incheon could determine if Costa Rica goes through.
COSTA RICA:
v China PR (04.06.02, Gwangju, 15:30) v Turkey (09.06.02, Incheon, 18:00) v Brazil (13.06.02, Suwon, 15:30)
GK: Erick Lonnis (36, Deportivo Saprissa, 73/0), Alvaro Mesn (29, LD Alajuelense, 16/0), Lester Morgan
(25, CS Herediano, 5/0)
DF: Pablo Chinchilla (25, LD Alajuelense, 12/0), Mauricio Wright (31, CS Herediano, 41/4), Luis Marn (27,
LD Alajuelense, 73/3), Gilberto Martnez (22, Deportivo Saprissa, 25/0), Jervis Drummond (25, Deportivo
Saprissa, 37/1), Harold Wallace (26, LD Alajuelense, 55/1), Carlos Castro (23, LD Alajuelense, 21/0), Juan
Jos Rodrguez (29, AD San Carlos, 2/0), Daniel Vallejos (20, CS Herediano, 2/0)
MD: Rodrigo Cordero (28, CS Herediano, 26/1), Mauricio Sols (29, CS Herediano, 82/5), Wilmer Lpez
(30, LD Alajuelense, 66/6), Walter Centeno (27, Deportivo Saprissa, 47/6), Steven Bryce (24, LD
Alajuelense, 32/4)
AT: Rolando Fonseca (27, LD Alajuelense, 78/38), Hernn Medford (33, Deportivo Saprissa, 86/20),
Winston Parks (20, Udinese Calcio/ITA, 3/1), Rnald Gmez (27, OFI Crete/GRE, 52/18), William Sunsing
(24, CS Herediano, 22/3), Paulo Wanchope (25, Manchester City FC/ENG, 47/34)
DT: Alexandre Guimaraes

MEXICO
Mexico turned around their qualification at the midway point of the final round, taking 14 of the last 15
points available when Javier Aguirre took over as coach.
However, the draw did the team no favors, matched
against a pair of European powers and surprising Ecuador.

WOMENS GOLD CUP 2002


FC Womens Gold Cup 2002, the championship for womens national teams in the
Football Confederation, will take place in four
venues on the West Coast of North America
from 27 October 9 November, 2002.
The second edition of the continental
championship, the showpiece event for the
Confederation of North, Central America and
the Caribbean of Association Football, will
also serve as FC qualifying for the FIFA 2003
Womens World Cup, to be held in the
Peoples Republic of China.
Eight teams will participate in the
Womens Gold Cup final tournament, divided
into two groups of four teams each. One
group will play in Pasadena and Fullerton,
California and Seattle, Washington in the

In 1998, Mexico went out at the eighth-final stage in a 2:1 loss to


Germany; their best finish ever was a quarterfinal placing at home in
1970. But in their way this time in even getting out of the group are
Italy, a three-time World Champion who lost to eventual 98 winner
France on penalties in the quarterfinals, and Croatia (third in 1998).
The fourth team in the group is Ecuador, who qualified for the
FIFA World Cup finals for the first time ever after finishing second in
CONMEBOL qualifying, ahead of Brazil.
MEXICO:
v Croatia (03.06.02, Niigata, 15:30) v Ecuador (09.06.02, Miyagi, 15:30) v Italy (13.06.02, Oita, 20:30)
GK: scar Prez (29, CDSC Cruz Azul, 35/0), Jorge Campos (35, Pumas UNAM, 123/0), Oswaldo
Snchez (28, CD Guadalajara, 19/0)
DF: Manuel Vidrio (29, Pachuca CF, 26/0), Francisco Gabriel de Anda (30, Pachuca CF, 10/2), Melvin
Brown (23, CDSC Cruz Azul, 7/0), Alberto Rodrguez (28, Pachuca CF, 12/0), Rafael Mrquez (23, AS
Monaco FC/FRA, 34/3), Salvador Carmona (26, CD Toluca FC, 54/0)
MD: Gabriel Caballero (31, Pachuca CF, 3/0), Sigifredo Mercado (33, CF Atlas, 18/1), Germn Villa (29,
Club Amrica, 45/0), Alberto Garca Aspe (35, Puebla FC, 106/23), Joahan Rodrguez (27, Club Santos
Laguna, 15/1), Ramn Morales (26, CD Guadalajara, 18/2), Braulio Luna (27, CID Necaxa, 13/1), Gerardo
Torrado (23, Sevilla FC/ESP, 25/2), Rafael Garca (27, CD Toluca FC, 17/2)
AT: Jess Arellano (29, CF Monterrey, 50/5), Juan Francisco Palencia (29, RCD Espanyol/ESP, 66/8),
Cuauhtmoc Blanco (29, Real Valladolid/ESP, 73/16), Luis Hernndez (33, Club Amrica, 82/35), Jared
Borgetti (28, Club Santos Laguna, 28/9)
DT: Javier Aguirre

USA
The USA is looking simply to improve on their performance at France 98, when they were ranked 32nd of
the 32 finalists after losing all three group matches, scoring one goal and allowing five. But the buildup this time
around has been marked by the FC Gold Cup championship.
Still, a difficult group also awaits them after qualifying for back-toback World Cup finals for the first time ever (three of their six finals
appearances have been direct entries). Portugal finished atop Group 2
in Europe a group that also included finalist Ireland and
Netherlands, which shockingly did not qualify. Poland overcame sides
such as Ukraine and Norway to win Group 5.
How the USA does against co-host Korea Republic may determine
their fate as they know the dangers of facing a host country, the USA
losing to Brazil in a valiant effort in the round-of-16 in 1994.
USA
v Portugal (05.06.02, Suwon, 18:00) v Korea Rep. (10.06.02, Daegu, 15:30) v Poland (14.06.02, Daejeon, 20:30)
GK: Brad Friedel (31, Blackburn Rovers FC/ENG; 74/0), Kasey Keller (32, Tottenham Hotspur FC/ENG;
58/0), Tony Meola (Kansas City Wizards; 98/0)
DF: Jeff Agoos (34, San Jose Earthquakes; 127/4), Gregg Berhalter (28, Crystal Palace FC/ENG; 25/0),
Steve Cherundolo (23, Hannover 96/GER; 10/0); Frankie Hejduk (27, Bayer 04 Leverkusen/GER; 38/5),
Carlos Llamosa (32, New England Revolution; 26/0), Pablo Mastroeni (25, Colorado Rapids; 8/0), Eddie
Pope (28, D.C. United; 48/5), David Regis (33, FC Metz/FRA; 25/0), Tony Sanneh (31, 1. FC
Nrnberg/GER; 29/1)
MF: DaMarcus Beasley (20, Chicago Fire; 9/0), Landon Donovan (20, San Jose Earthquakes; 20/4), Cobi
Jones (31, Los Angeles Galaxy; 153/14), Eddie Lewis (28, Fulham FC/ENG; 38/3), John OBrien (24, AFC
Ajax/NED; 13/1), Claudio Reyna (28, Sunderland AFC/ENG; 86/8), Earnie Stewart (32, NAC Breda/NED; 77/15)
AT: Clint Mathis (25, NY/NJ MetroStars; 19/8), Brian McBride (29, Columbus Crew; 58/18), Joe-Max Moore
(31, Everton FC/ENG; 95/24), Josh Wolff (25, Chicago Fire; 16/4)
DT: Bruce Arena

USA, with the other in


Victoria, British
Columbia, Canada. The
semifinals will be held in
Seattle, with the
Womens Gold Cup final
set for Pasadena,
California on 9 November 2002.
As with all Confederation championships,
the eight finalists will come from the three
zones. Three of the teams will come from the
North Zone, three from the Caribbean Zone
and two from the Central Zone.
Caribbean qualifying will begin at the end
of June, completed by the end of August, with
the Central Zone qualifying tournament tentatively scheduled to be held in August. All
three North Zone countries Canada, Mexico
and USA advance to the final competition.

SCHEDULE - FC WOMENS GOLD CUP 2002


GROUP 1:
USA, MEXICO, CENTRAL AMERICA 2, CARIBBEAN A
GROUP 2:
CANADA, CENTRAL AMERICA 1, CARIBBEAN B, CARIBBEAN 3rd
Sunday 27 October 2002 (Pasadena, California USA)
CENTRAL 2 v CARIBBEAN A (13:00); USA v MEXICO (15:00)
Tuesday 29 October 2002 (Fullerton, California USA)
USA v CARIBBEAN A (19:00); CENTRAL 2 v MEXICO (21:00)
Wednesday 30 October 2002 (Victoria, British Columbia, Canada)
CARIBBEAN 3 v CARIBBEAN B (18:00);
CANADA v CENTRAL 1 (20:00)
Friday 1 November 2002 (Victoria, British Columbia, Canada)
CARIBBEAN 3 v CENTRAL 1 (18:00);
CANADA v CARIBBEAN B (20:00)
Saturday 2 November 2002 (Seattle, Washington USA)
MEXICO v CARIBBEAN A (17:00); USA v CENTRAL 2 (19:30)
Sunday 3 November 2002 (Victoria, British Columbia, Canada)
CARIBBEAN B v CENTRAL 1 (12:00);
CANADA v CARIBBEAN 3 (14:00)
Wednesday 6 November 2002 (Seattle, Washington USA)
SEMIFINAL 1: WINNER GROUP 2 v RUNNER-UP GROUP 1 (17:00*)
SEMINFINAL 2: WINNER GROUP 1 v RUNNER-UP GROUP 2 (19:30*)
Saturday 9 November 2002 (Pasadena, California USA)
THIRD-PLACE MATCH (16:30); FINAL (19:00)

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FC U-19 FINAL
QUALIFYING
TOURNAMENT

GROUP A (Malabar, Trinidad)


07.05.2002
MEXICO - JAMAICA 1:1 (0:0)
Teresa WORBIS 54 - Sheree MARROW 84
R: Dianne FERREIRA JAMES (GUY)
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO - PANAMA 3:3 (0:1)
Tasha ST. LOUIS 50 , Akheela MOLLON 59,
Maylee ATTIN-JOHNSON 61 Amarelis DE
MERA 15, 72, 92
R: Kari SEITZ (USA)
09.05.2002
PANAMA - MEXICO 0:3 (0:1)
Sulim Nereida QUINAREZ 32, Teresa Guadalupe
WORBIS 56 , Lisette MARTINEZ 65
R: Irazema AGUILERA (CUB)
JAMAICA - TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 1:2 (0:1)
Fern MAXWELL 77 Akheela MOLLON 17,
Aveann DOUGLAS 89
R: Dianne FERREIRA JAMES (GUY)
11.05.2002
JAMAICA - PANAMA 1:1 (0:1)
Kim DUNN 49 Raiza GUTIERREZ 28
R: Irazema AGUILERA (CUB)
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO MEXICO 1:5 (1:4)
Tasha ST. LOUIS 37 - Micheli RICO 5, Dioselina
VALDERRAMA 12, Teresa Guadalupe WORBIS
19, Sulim Nereida QUINAREZ 26, Rubi Marlene
SANDOVAL 55
R: Kari SEITZ (USA)

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GROUP B (Bacolet, Tobago)
07.05.2002
COSTA RICA - HAITI 4:0 (3:0)
Megan CHAVEZ 26, 70, Shirley CRUZ 29,
Maricela ROJAS 42
R: Cassie MOORE (TRI)
USA SURINAME 15:0 (7:0)
Lindsay TARPLEY 6, 32, 50, 61; Heather
OREILLY 14, Jill OAKES 19, 51; Kelly WILSON
23, 34, 46, 53; Elenoor WISCH 40 og; Leslie
OSBORNE 55, Megan KAKADELAS 66, 68
R: Jillanta PROCTOR (CAN)
09.05.2002
HAITI - USA 0:5 (0:1)
Kelly WILSON 34, Heather OREILLY 50, 67;
Lindsay TARPLEY 58; Kerri HANKS 75
R: Virginia TOVAR (MEX)
SURINAME - COSTA RICA 1:4 (0:2)
Suzanna BERRENSTEIN 83 Martha CHAVEZ
17, Megan CHAVEZ 23, Shirley CRUZ 86, Ana
Isabel VALVERDE 89
R: Jillanta PROCTOR (CAN)
11.05.2002
SURINAME - HAITI 1:2 (1:1)
Elenoor WISCH 16 Lovelie SANON 11, Paola
JEAN 72
R: Cassie MOORE (TRI)
USA-COSTA RICA 14:1 (8:0)
Jill OAKES 7, Heather OREILLY 22, 28, 41, 70;
Kelly WILSON 26, 58, 68, 74; Lindsay TARPLEY
37, 45; Annie SCHEFTER 47+; Megan KAKADELAS 59; Alison GRAHAM 91 Megan CHAVEZ 56
R: Virginia TOVAR (MEX)

2002 FC
CHAMPIONS CUP

QUARTERFINALS
14.04.2002
Cd. Guatemala, Estadio Mateo Flores
CSD COMUNICACIONES
LD ALAJUELENSE 2:3 (1:1)
Fredy THOMPSON 32; Fredy GARCA 77 Erick
JIMNEZ 37, 67;
Sandro ALFARO 86
R: Jos PINEDA(HON)
24.04.2002
Alajuela, Costa Rica, Estadio Alejandro Morera
Soto
LD ALAJUELENSE CSD COMUNICACIONES 3:0 (2:0)
Pablo CHINCHILLA 4; Steven BRYCE 37; Josef
MISO 70
R: Roberto MORENO (PAN)
(LD Alajuelense win on aggregate 6:2)
10.04.2002, Torren, Coahuila, Estadio Corona
(A: 13000)
CLUB SANTOS LAGUNA KANSAS CITY WIZARDS 2:1 (2:0)
Eduardo LILLINGSTON 2, 37 - G. GLASGOW 81
24.04.2002 Kansas City, Missouri USA, Arrowhead
Stadium
KANSAS CITY WIZARDS
CLUB SANTOS LAGUNA 2:0(1:0)
Carey TALLEY 33; Chris BROWN 71
R: Peter PRENDERGAST (JAM)
(Kansas City Wizards win on aggregate 3:2)

17.04.2002, Pachuca, Hidalgo, Estadio Hidalgo


(A: 15,000)
PACHUCA CF SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES 3:0 (1:0)
Marco GARCES 10; Sergio SANTANA 53; Juan
ARANGO 81
R: Argelio SABILLON (HON)
24.04.2002 San Jose, California USA, Spartan
Stadium
SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES
PACHUCA CF 1:0 (0:0)
Ramiro CORRALES 61
R: Gerald PROCTOR (CAN)
(Pachuca CF win on aggregate 3:1)

Kansas City Wizards finally overcame


Club Santos Laguna to advance
(C) 2002 Wade Jackson and
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