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Sheloi, Pishont, Hamar and Shandor : :star: :star: :star: :star:

Best Hungarians ever, best footballers in the whole world in the history of the game!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :shades:
 

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Sheloi, Pishont, Hamar and Shandor : :star: :star: :star: :star:

Best Hungarians ever, best footballers in the whole world in the history of the game!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :shades:
remove the SH at Shandor :shades: then you got the best player of Hungary :D :happy: :jester:
 

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Sheloi, Pishont, Hamar and Shandor : :star: :star: :star: :star:

Best Hungarians ever, best footballers in the whole world in the history of the game!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :shades:

we should reactivate them for the NT, like this we qualify for the world cup, with the 4 best players ever.
 

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I have no idea how to spell their names in Hungarian, only in Hebrew so sorry about that :D

These players all played in Beitar Jerusalem. Pishont's goal is nice but he was a better player at Beitar... I remember he scored the season's best goal when the ball got stuck in the frames ... it was something ubeievable :stuckup:

These players all played an integral part of Beitar which was an empire in Israel not long ago, 97-99. Sallói in particular was divine and is regarded as the best foreginer EVER to play in Israel. He was also involved in perhaps the most beautiful goal ever to be scored.. where he was brought down, did a back flop, then still managed to pass the goal to our striker, Ochana, who scored a beauty. It was in another game we crashed the opponent 4-0 in the 97 season.

I love these guys, truly to. Beitar's Hungarian tridente is mytichal like Milan's Dutch or Inter's Germans....

:thmbup: :thmbup: :thmbup: :thmbup: :shades:
 

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Best Hungarian player ever is Pushkash and feel free to correct my spelling. In fact, he is probably one of the top ten players the world has ever seen. Is he still alive?
 

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btw, in Israel we called sallói stephan, as in stephan first name, sallói second name. Some did call him istván and in the beginning I thought it was by mistake. Both Hamar and Pishont were istván too...
 

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and its Puskás' birthday, he is 78 today!!

the pic was taken yesterday...


he looks well!

lets remember some of his great moments! :thmbup:



The famous dragback goal againts England in 1953

Small compilation of his goals

His Four goals in the European cup final 1960 Vs Eintracht Frankfurt
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His hat-trick in the European cup final Vs Benfica in 1962

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A goal for Honvéd

A goal in the Olympic final in Helsinki 1952 Vs Yugoslavia

A goal againt West Germany in the 1954 world cup

A goal in the World cup final 1954
 

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check this!!

Tramore schoolboy to meet Hungarian sporting legend


Robert Moran, a 16 year old schoolboy from Bramble Court, Tramore flies out on April 7 next to Budapest, Hungary to meet a living sporting legend, Ferenc Puskas. The world class soccer player played for Kispat Honded, an Army team from 1943-1958, and was world famous for his playing prowess as an inside right for the national team.
The 78 year old Puskas was on the Hungarian soccer squad that beat England in Wembley 6-3, and trounced them 7-1 on the replay in Hungary. He scored two goals in Wembley and three goals for Hungary in the replay when they humiliated the English national side. Puskas who also played for Real Madrid (1958-1966) and managed Parathanaikos, Greece as well as coaching soccer teams in Australia.
Robert who is a pupil at Tramore CBS and a keen Arsenal supporter developed an interest in Hungary and Puskas in particular, and wrote to the Hungarian Embassy in Ireland seeking information. The Embassy forwarded the information and invited Robert and his family to Dublin to visit the Embassy. Arising from that trip the Hungarian Embassy are going to come to Tramore later on this year on a promotional visit.
Robert’s mum Terry through a family friendship with Paula Healy, Rockfield Park made contact with Paula’s daughter Sue Healy (inset) , a journalist who formerly worked for Waterford Today and is now based in Budapest who made contact with not alone Puskas who is in a nursing home, but also two other players of that famous squad, Gyula Grosics and Jeno Buzánszky who are the only surviving members of the squad. She has lined up a meeting for Robert on his five day trip next month. Sue also arranged two signed autographs and a video of the 1953 match in Wembley.
Robert who has been teaching himself Hungarian by Linguaphone hopes to be able to converse in their national language with his soccer idols when he meets them.
Robert is eagerly looking forward to the trip and says that when he returns from Hungary he may do a special project on the trip for his school.
* Pictured is Robert with the picture of the Hungarian soccer squad which defeated England in Wembley and signed by Puskas.

http://www.waterford-today.ie/index.php?id=13663&what=1&issue=242
 
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