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Sándor Balogh II
Sándor Balogh, also known as Balogh II (Gyón, 18 March 1920 - Budapest, 6 February 2000) was a Hungarian football defender, who played for Újpest FC, as well as representing the Hungarian national football team, winning 24 caps between 1942 and 1950.[1] He was a member of the Hungarian Mighty Magyars. Balogh later went on to coach Újpest FC, Tatabányai Bányász, Miskolci VSC
Miskolci VSC
and Pécsi Dózsa.Contents1 Honours1.1 Club 1.2 International 1.3 Individual2 References 3 External linksHonours[edit] Club[edit]Újpest FCHungarian League: 1945 Spring, 1945–46, 1946–47International[edit]HungaryBalkan Cup Champions: 1947Individual[edit] Hungarian Football Federation
Hungarian Football Federation
Player of the Year: 1945[2]References[edit]^ a b c "Balogh, Sándor". National Football Teams. Benjamin Strack-Zimmerman. Retrieved 28 September 2015.  ^ "Hungarian football players of the Year"
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Personal Name
A personal name or full name is the set of names by which an individual is known and that can be recited as a word-group, with the understanding that, taken together, they all relate to that one individual. In many cultures, the term is synonymous with the birth name or legal name of the individual. The academic study of personal names is called anthroponymy. In Western culture, nearly all individuals possess at least one given name (also known as a first name, forename, or Christian name), together with a surname (also known as a last name or family name)—respectively, the Thomas and Jefferson in Thomas Jefferson—the latter to indicate that the individual belongs to a family, a tribe, or a clan
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Mihály Pataki
Mihály Pataki (7 December 1893 in Budapest
Budapest
– 28 November 1977 in Budapest) was a Hungarian amateur football player who competed in the 1912 Summer Olympics. He was a member of the Hungarian Olympic squad and played one match in the main tournament as well as one match in the consolation tournament
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Károly Zsák
Károly Zsák
Károly Zsák
(30 August 1895 in Budapest
Budapest
– 2 November 1944 in Budapest) was a Hungarian amateur football (soccer) player. He was a member of the Hungarian Olympic squad at the 1912 Summer Olympics
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Alfréd Schaffer
Alfréd Schaffer (13 February 1893 – 30 August 1945) was a Hungarian international footballer.[1] He is recorded as having played for a record number of clubs: 21 in a 15-year career which lasted from 1910 to 1925.[2] He joined MTK Budapest in 1915 and helped the club win three consecutive league titles,[1] and in the latter two of those seasons (1917–18 and 1918–19) he was the top European league goalscorer.[3] After his playing days ended he became a football manager, and coached clubs such as 1. FC Nürnberg
1. FC Nürnberg
(for whom he also played), A.S. Roma
A.S

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Ferenc Plattkó
Ferenc Plattkó
Ferenc Plattkó
(born Franz Platko
Franz Platko
Kopiletz in Budapest, Hungary, 2 December 1898, died Santiago, Chile, 2 September 1983),[3] also known as Ferenc Platko or Francisco Platko, was a Hungarian footballer and manager of Austrian origin. During the 1910s and 1920s he played as a goalkeeper for Vasas SC, WAC Vienna, KAFK Kula, MTK Hungária FC, FC Barcelona, Recreativo de Huelva. He subsequently worked as a coach in Europe and South America, most notably with FC Barcelona, Colo-Colo, River Plate, Boca Juniors
Boca Juniors
and Chile. Platko was an early FC Barcelona legend and was a team-mate of Paulino Alcántara, Josep Samitier and Sagibarba. His bravery as a goalkeeper was immortalized by Rafael Alberti in the poem Oda A Platko
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György Orth
György Orth
György Orth
(30 April 1901 – 11 January 1962) was a Hungarian footballer and manager from Budapest. As well as being involved in football in his homeland, he also managed in Italy, Chile, Germany, Mexico, Peru, Argentina
Argentina
and Portugal. One of best footballers of his generation, György Orth
György Orth
was an attacking midfielder or forward renowned for his technique and pace. Playing career[edit] He started his playing career off with hometown side Vasas,[1] before first experiencing Italian football with a spell at Pisa. Before retirement from playing Orth returned to Budapest
Budapest
in the form of a move to MTK Budapest
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József Braun
József Braun (also known as József Barna; 26 February 1901 – 20 February 1943) was a Hungarian Olympic footballer who played as a half back. Braun began his career in Hungary
Hungary
before finishing it in the American Soccer League. He earned 27 caps, scoring 11 goals, with the Hungarian national team. After retiring from playing, he coached for several years. Braun died in 1943 in a Nazi forced labor camp.[1]Contents1 Early and personal life 2 Club career 3 National team 4 Coach 5 ReferencesEarly and personal life[edit] He was Jewish.[2] His nephew is András Kepes
András Kepes
journalist, documentary filmmaker and author[3] Club career[edit] Braun played as youth with VAC Budapest. In 1916, he signed for MTK Budapest
Budapest
in the Hungarian League, where he played primarily as a right wing back. In 1919, he was selected as the Hungarian Player of the Year
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Károly Fogl
Károly Fogl, also known as Károly Fogoly, "Károly Újpesti" and "Fogl II" (19 January 1895 – 12 January 1969) was a Hungarian footballer who played for Újpest
Újpest
FC, as well as representing the Hungarian national football team
Hungarian national football team
at the 1924 Summer Olympics. Fogl was born in Újpest, Budapest, Hungary[citation needed]. Between 1918 and 1929 he played 50 games and scored 2 goals for the Hungarian national team as a right defender. Together with his younger brother, József Fogl III, the two Fogls formed the legendary "Fogl-gate" (Fogl-gát in Hungarian), an extremely powerful and tough defending formation for more than a decade. Fogl II won the 1929-30 season with Újpest
Újpest
and served as a captain of the club for a decade. After his player career, he went on to coach Sportklub Sofia
Sportklub Sofia
and the Bulgarian national football team
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Zoltán Blum
Zoltán Blum
Zoltán Blum
(also known as Zoltán Virág; 3 January 1892 – 25 December 1959) was a Hungarian amateur football (soccer) player who competed in the 1912 Summer Olympics. Life[edit] Blum was born in Pápa. He was a member of the Hungarian Olympic squad and played two matches in the consolation tournament. He was also part of the team at the 1924 Summer Olympics
1924 Summer Olympics
but did not play
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György Molnár
György Molnár (born 1901, date of death unknown) was a Hungarian footballer who began his career in Hungary
Hungary
before finishing it in the American Soccer League.Contents1 Club career 2 National team 3 References 4 External linksClub career[edit] Molnár began his career with MTK Hungária FC
MTK Hungária FC
in the Hungarian League. In 1927, he moved to the United States where he signed with the New York Giants of the American Soccer League. He spent only one season with New York before moving to the Brooklyn Hakoah for the fall 1929 season. Following that season, Molnar transferred to the Brooklyn Wanderers where he finished his career.[1] National team[edit] Molnar earned twenty-seven caps with the Hungarian national team, scoring eleven goals. References[edit]^ Jose, Colin (1998). American Soccer League, 1921-1931 (Hardback). The Scarecrow Press
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Gyula Mándi
Gyula Mándi, also referred to as Mándi Gyula or Julius Mandel (born 21 January 1899, in Budapest- died 18 October 1969, in Budapest) was a Hungarian footballer and manager.Contents1 Player1.1 National Team 1.2 Coach2 Honours 3 See also 4 Sources 5 External linksPlayer[edit] Mándi was part of the greatest era of MTK, the 1920s and 1930s. He played alongside the likes of Franz Platko, Béla Guttmann, Gusztáv Sebes, Jenő Kálmár, Imre Schlosser, Iuliu Baratky
Iuliu Baratky
and Ferenc Sas. Between 1919 and 1925 he won seven consecutive championships with MTK. The professionalisation of the game in Hungary
Hungary
weakened MTK's absolute dominance, but they remained amongst the leading sides
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Rudolf Jeny
Rudolf Jeny
Rudolf Jeny
(also spelt as Jenny, Jeney or Jenei; 2 March 1901 – May 1975) was a Hungarian football player and manager.Contents1 Career1.1 Playing career 1.2 Coaching career2 References 3 External linksCareer[edit] Playing career[edit] Born in Budapest, Jeny played club football for hometown side Kispest AC[1] and MTK Budapest. He also represented the Hungarian national side at the 1924 Summer Olympics, and earned a total of 20 caps for the team between 1919 and 1926. Coaching career[edit] Jeny managed Spanish side Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid
between 1930 and 1933, Portuguese side Sporting Clube de Portugal
Sporting Clube de Portugal
in 1933-34 and Győri ETO FC in 1955.[2] References[edit]^ http://honvedfc.hu/?page=60 ^ http://www.etofc.hu/index.php?op=content&sel=189External links[edit]Profile at FIFA "Rudolf Jeny". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com
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Vilmos Kohut
Vilmos "Willy" Kohut (17 July 1906 – 18 February 1986) was a Hungarian footballer. He played as a striker for the Ferencvárosi TC, French team Olympique Marseille
Olympique Marseille
and the Hungarian national team. Kohut got 25 caps and 14 goals for the Hungarian national team
Hungarian national team
between 1925 and 1938
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Imre Schlosser
Imre Schlosser
Imre Schlosser
(a.k.a. Imre Schlosser-Lakatos; 11 October 1889 – 19 July 1959) was a Hungarian footballer of Danube Swabian
Danube Swabian
ancestry who played as a forward. He still holds the record as the highest goalscorer in the history of the Hungarian League.Contents1 Career1.1 International goals2 Honours 3 ReferencesCareer[edit] The son of Artúr Schlosser and Artúrné Lakatos, Schlosser made his debut for Hungary
Hungary
on 7 October 1906, aged 16 years, 361 days, in a 4–4 draw with Bohemia
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Márton Bukovi
Márton Bukovi
Márton Bukovi
(10 December 1903 – 2 February 1985) was a Hungarian association football player and manager. After playing for Ferencvárosi TC, FC Sète
Sète
and Hungary
Hungary
he became a coach, most notably with Građanski Zagreb, MTK Hungária
MTK Hungária
FC, Olympiacos F.C.
Olympiacos F.C.
and Hungary. Together with Béla Guttmann
Béla Guttmann
and Gusztáv Sebes, he formed a trio of innovative Hungarian coaches who pioneered the 4–2–4 formation.Contents1 Career 2 Honours2.1 Player 2.2 Manager3 Sources 4 References 5 External linksCareer[edit] Bukovi began his coaching career with Građanski Zagreb
Građanski Zagreb
in 1935 and subsequently guided the club to two Yugoslav and two Croatian league titles
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