How it was (2000) 01/09/2000
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The theme of the program is "Football match of the USSR - Chile". 1973 "
Newsreel - Mexico, 1970.
Football match of the USSR-Uruguay.
Lovchev Evgeny speaks about the composition of the USSR soccer team, football matches with the Brazilian, English teams and the German team.
Newsreel - Moscow, 1973, Football match of the USSR - France.
Evgeni Lovchev and Aleksey Paramonov talk about the preparation of the USSR national team for a football match against the Chilean team.
Newsreel - Patch in Chile, September 1973, soldiers, tanks in the streets of Santiago.
Ivonin Victor and Levin Boris talk about the preparations for the match with the Chilean football team in 1973, the preparation of phonograms for the hymns of the USSR and Chile, and the refusal of the State Television and Radio of the USSR to broadcast the match.
Participants of the program talk about the course of the match.
Ivonin Victor talks about the preparation of the second match of the teams of Chile and the USSR in Santiago.
Newsreel - Patch in Chile, September 1973, soldiers, arrested people, Santiago stadium.
Ivonin Viktor speaks about the refusal of Soviet athletes from participation in the match with the team of Chile.
Newsreel - Santiago.
November 21, 1973, Chile's players hammer the ball into an empty net.
Participants of the program talk about the failed match and the exclusion of the USSR team from participating in the 1974 World Cup.
Newsreel - Zurich.
December 11, 1973, the official said the exclusion of the USSR team from participating in the World Cup.
PersonnelLovchev Eugene Serafimovich - Soviet football player, defensive midfielder, captain of the USSR national team (1973), Master of Sports of the USSR of international class.
Paramonov Alexei Alexandrovich - Soviet football player, second coach of the USSR team (1973).
Ivonin Viktor Andreevich - Deputy Chairman of the Sports Committee of the USSR, Deputy Chairman of the National Olympic Committee of the USSR.
Levin Boris Markovich is a journalist, editor of the printing department of the Luzhniki Stadium (1973).