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Uruguay

Uruguay Gustavo POYET

(15/11/1967)

Record at FIFA Tournaments
TournamentsEditionsMPWDLGFGAY2YCR
FIFA World Cup™ Qualifier1998940510200
FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers
EditionVenueDateMatchStage
2002Asuncion 26/04/2000Paraguay PAR1:0 (1:0)URU UruguayQualifying Tournament
2002Montevideo 29/03/2000Uruguay URU1:0 (1:0)BOL BoliviaQualifying Tournament
1998Montevideo 20/08/1997Uruguay URU1:0 (1:0)CHI ChileQualifying Tournament
1998Asuncion 30/04/1997Paraguay PAR3:1 (1:0)URU UruguayQualifying Tournament
1998Santiago De Chile 12/11/1996Chile CHI1:0 (0:0)URU UruguayQualifying Tournament
1998Montevideo 08/10/1996Uruguay URU1:0 (0:0)BOL BoliviaQualifying Tournament
1998Barranquilla 07/07/1996Colombia COL3:1 (2:0)URU UruguayQualifying Tournament
1998Montevideo 02/06/1996Uruguay URU0:2 (0:1)PAR ParaguayQualifying Tournament
1998Caracas 24/04/1996Venezuela VEN0:2 (0:0)URU UruguayQualifying Tournament

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  • Brendan Rodgers, manager of Liverpool looks on next to Gustavo Poyet, manager of Sunderland
  • Gus Poyet manager of Sunderland reacts during Stoke City match
  • Manager Gustavo Poyet of Sunderland looks on
  • Gustavo Poyet the Sunderland manager shouts instructions to his players as Ryan Giggs the Manchester United interim manager looks on
  • Gustavo Poyet the Sunderland manager looks on
  • Gus Poyet, manager of Sunderland celebrates a Sunderland goal
  • Manager Gustavo Poyet of Sunderland looks on
  • Gus Poyet, manager of Sunderland walks out with the teams prior to the League Cup Final
  • Manager Gustavo Poyet of Sunderland points
  • Opposing managers Alan Pardew the Newcastle manager Gus Poyet the Sunderland manager
  • Sunderland manager Gustavo Poyet looks on
  • Sunderland manager Gus Poyet reacts on the touchline
  • Manager Paul Lambert of Aston Villa looks on as Sunderland manager Gustavo Poyet shouts
  • Manager Gustavo Poyet of Sunderland gives instructions from the touchline
  • Manager Gus Poyet and Manager Manuel Pellegrini shake hands
  • Sunderland's manager Gus Poyet