How will the Hungarian squad do?
Hungarian football is going through a bit of a bad patch. As the country that brought the world Puskás, Kocsis, Lantos and more, Hungary was once a place that ruled the footballing world. Much like the Dutch side of 1970, their 1954 World Cup side remains one of the most loved sides that did not win the tournament. They played with a panache and a vigour that other sides simply didn’t have. They revolutionized and changed the way we play the game and are stuck in people’s minds a very special and beautiful side. Unfortunately times have changed and it ... Read more
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Hungary’s interim national team coach Zoltán Szélesi has named a 25-man squad to play hosts Luxembourg on 9th November and then entertain Costa Rica in Budapest on 14th November. Notable returnees to the squad include Honvéd’s Hungarian championship-winning goalkeeper Dávid Gróf in place of Péter Gulácsi who requested not to be called up this time, Balázs Megyeri also missing due to injury. Also back in the fold is the in-form Krisztián Németh who finished the initial stage of the American MLS season last weekend by scoring a goal for his club New England Revolution, as well as the fit-again Paulo ... Read more
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The Hungarian Football Association (MLSZ) has appointed Zoltán Szélesi acting coach for the last two matches the national eleven is scheduled to play this year. Over the past two years Szélesi, 35, has been assistant to his predecessor, Bernd Storck, who quit his post on October 17 after the team’s failure to qualify for the 2018 World Championship. As we wrote on Wednesday, Hungary’s head coach since the summer of 2015, Storck, has left his post with immediate effect after a rollercoaster two years in charge of the men’s national team. His assistant Andreas Möller leaves with him but his ... Read more
Danke Herr Storck! Auf wiedersehen! Assistant Andreas Möller leaves with Storck
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