Tag: Hungarian Football League

Apollo Tyres gets on board with Hungarian football

#ApolloTyres has partnered with #DVTK #Hungary #Hungarian #NB1 #football #Miskolc

Sándor Csányi elected as FIFA’s vice president

The manager of the #Hungarian #Football Association ranked up #Hungary #FIFA #Villar #UEFA

The top 5 footballers of the 2017/18 Autumn Season in Hungary

2017/2018 Autumn season in Hungary - The best players

Here are the Hungarian Football League fixtures for new season

#football - 2017/18 season will start on 15th July

Marko Nikolic is the new manager of Videoton FC

The 37-year-old Serbian coach won the league and cup double with Partizan Belgrade in 2016/17. Marko Nikolic signed the contract on Tuesday to become the new manager of Videoton. He has committed himself until June 2019. Marko Nikolic was born in Belgrade on the 20th July 1979 and went on to play for his home town club of FK Rad and on loan with Dorcol. However, an injury forced him to retire from the game at a young age. He returned to FK Rad and began coaching at the youth academy. He moved up to the first team from October ... Read more

Hungarian Football League: Honvéd and Videoton still neck and neck at the top

OTP Bank Liga - Honvéd and Videoton still neck and neck at the top

Hungarian League: Title race swings back Honvéd’s way, Vasas defeats Videoton

Striker Márton Eppel’s late winner for Budapest Honvéd was the difference between his side and Haladás on Saturday as Marco Rossi’s team returned to the summit of NB I, thanks also to previous leader Videoton’s dramatic 2-1 home loss to nine-man Vasas. Elsewhere Diosgyőr scrambled a point away at Ferencváros, MTK secured a morale-boosting 2-0 home win at home to out-of-form Mezőkövesd, ten-man Debrecen eases their relegation fears with a 2-1 victory over basement team Gyirmót and Paks maintained their unbeaten spring record with a 1-1 draw away at Újpest. OTP Bank Liga, 25th round: Swietelsky Haladás 0–1 Budapest Honvéd ... Read more

Hungarian League, Round 18: Mezőkövesd hurt Ferencváros hopes

OTP Bank Liga, week 18 round-up: Leaders Vasas comfortable victors over Diósgyőr, Mezőkövesd’s run of form continues, Újpest and MTK share the points whilst Honvéd and Paks both win. Here, we round up all the action. Mezőkövesd-Zsóry 2-0 Ferencváros (1-0) Goalscorers: Molnár (44’), Bačelić-Grgić (80’, penalty) Visitors Ferencváros were without Thomas Doll on the bench due to suspension, his place being taken by Csaba Máté. Defences were on top and chances few and far between in the first half, Marek Střeštík missing perhaps the best opportunity before Gábor Molnár got the better of Ádám Pintér and slotted coolly past Dénes ... Read more

Hungarian league, 17th round: Videton home in on Vasas at the top of NB I

  League leaders Vasas FC lost a tight game 2-1 away at Budapest Honvéd in the 17th round of Hungary’s OTP Bank League to suffer their first league defeat since 21st September and extend their winless sequence to four matches. Budapest Honvéd 2–1 Vasas FC (0–0) Bozsik Stadium, 2980 spectators, ref: Iványi Goalscorers: HON: Nagy G. (81. own goal), Eppel (92.), VAS: Pavlov (71.) Yellow cards: HON: Lovric (32.), Holender (50.), VAS: Remili (34.), Burmeister (62.), Pavlov (85.), Ristevski (90.) Honvéd: Gróf – Lovric, Bobál D. (Prosser, 73.), Kamber – Ikenne-King (Vasiljevic, 83.), Gazdag, Hidi, Koszta (Zsótér, 74.) – Holender, ... Read more

MLSZ President Csányi: Hungarian football has had a good year

The MLSZ held its review of the year on 25th November – Hungarian Football Day – with many former national team players and coaches in attendance. The ‘Match of the Century’, when Hungary defeated England 6-3 at Wembley, was played on 25th November 1953. To commemorate the match the MLSZ announced in 1993 that 25th November would from then on be considered as Hungarian Football Day. Since then, the federation holds its annual review of the year on this day with the participation of the defining personalities of Hungarian football. “One of the goals of the Hungarian Football Day is ... Read more

Hungarian League, 16th round: title contenders continue to drop points – Photos, videos

Vasas, Videoton and Ferencváros all dropped points again at the weekend, as Újpest got back to winning ways, in-form Mezőkövesd chalked up another victory, and Honvéd remain in the chase. GYIRMÓT FC 1-2 ÚJPEST FC (0-0) Goalscorers: GYI: Bojović (78’); ÚJP: Lázok (84’), Windecker (93’) Gyirmót have struggled for goals at home this season but when Montenegrin Mijuško Bojović stole in at the back post to open his OTP Bank Liga account in the 78th minute, things were looking up for the yellow and blues. In-form János Lázok equalised six minutes later with his fourth of the season however, a ... Read more

Hungarian League, 12th round: Szombathely’s 2-0 home success over nine-man Ferencváros – VIDEO

Vasas were the big winners of the 12th round of the 2016/2017 NBI season as they stretched their lead at the top of the table to four points over the chasing pack, mlsz.hu reports. All the goals in the Angyalföld team’s 3-2 home victory over MTK came in the first half in the Illovszky stadion at Fay utca, Martin Ádám’s 18th-minute penalty cancelling out Vadnai’s 4th-minute opener before Sándor Toghelle restored the visitors’ lead three minutes later. Enter the half-Turkish, half-German Mahir Saglik who celebrated his first and second goals of the season within ten minutes either side of the ... Read more

The Hungarian Football League hits bottom in 10th round

According to vg.hu, there almost would have been a half house full at the new pitch of Ferencváros, if all the spectators were present who also visited the Hungarian Football League’s weekday round matches before. The matches of the weekday round were watched by 10,314 people all together, which signifies an average of 1,719 spectators. This is an immensive hollow point in the 2016-2017 season as the number of total spectators lagged behind with 4,000 from the worst round until this point. The most visited match was held in Felcsút: the Videoton-Ferencváros match was held there due to stadium renovation works. ... Read more

Hungarian League, 8th round: Vasas continue to top the table

According to mlsz.hu, Videoton deservedly claimed all three points at their temporary home of Felcsút courtesy of a 3-0 win against in-form Haladás. Haladás came off the back of a four-game winning streak and would have been happy to see that of Vidi’s four most recent signings, only Marko Scsepovic had made the starting lineup with József Varga on the bench and Attila Fiola and Anel Hadzic not in the squad at all. The visitors started the better but the hosts soon came back into the game and started directing play, Danko Lazovic going closest to opening the scoring so ... Read more

Hungarian League, Round 7: Top two trip up as Haladás hit form

Title-holders Ferencváros stuttered again but so did rivals Vasas as four of the six NBI matches ended in stalemate this last weekend. We round up the action here. Ferencváros-Mezőkövesd 2-2 (1-0) Goalscorers: FTC: Djuricin (10.), Nagy D. (83.), MEZ: Hudák (63.), Bacelic-Grgic (79.) Ferencváros started the match the busier of the two teams and took an early lead through Marco Djuricin but couldn’t extend that lead despite six shots on target in the first 45 minutes. The game continued in the same direction after the break and therefore it was a surprise when Mezőkövesd equalised, perhaps predictably from a set-piece ... Read more

Hungarian League, Round 6: Vasas remain top,Újpest record fourth win in a row

Round 6 of the OTP Bank Liga saw one match played on Tuesday evening and the remaining five yesterday. Haladás, Ferencváros and Újpest all won away from home whilst Vasas remain top after beating Honvéd at home. Elsewhere, MTK and Paks both clocked up their first victory of the season. Debreceni VSC 0-1 Szombathelyi Haladás (0-0) Goalscorer: Williams ‘60 Debrecen held the upper hand early, creating a number of chances in the opening half-hour but unable to convert their superiority into goals. Haladás weathered the storm however and began to threaten the home goal as the half drew to a ... Read more

Hungarian Euro2016 stars on the move

A number of the Hungarian national team have moved to new clubs over the summer, their destinations including the German Bundesliga, Italian Serie A and the United Arab Emirates Pro-League. Following a successful Euro 2016 where he scored twice in the 3-3 thriller against Portugal in Lyon, national team captain Balázs Dzsudzsák has joined United Arab Emirates side Al Wahda. The club from Abu Dhabi came third in last season’s UAE Pro-League to qualify for the 2017 AFC Champions League and are managed by former Mexico and Atlético Madrid manager Javier Aguirre. The former Debrecen winger joins after one year ... Read more