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Kapusok: Dibusz Dénes (Ferencváros), Gulácsi Péter (RB Leipzig), Gróf Dávid (Budapest Honvéd)

Védők: Baráth Botond (Budapest Honvéd), Bese Barnabás (Le Havre), Fiola Attila (Mol Vidi FC), Kádár Tamás (Dinamo Kijev), Lang Ádám (CFR Cluj), Lovrencsics Gergő (Ferencváros), Willi Orban (RB Leipzig), Vinícius Paulo (Mol Vidi FC)

Középpályások: Kalmár Zsolt (DAC), Kleinheisler László (FK Asztana), Kovács István (Mol Vidi FC), Nagy Ádám (Bologna FC 1909), Nagy Dominik (Legia Varsó), Nagy Gergő (Budapest Honvéd FC), Pátkai Máté (Mol Vidi FC)

Támadók: Eppel Márton (Kajrat Almati), Gyurcsó Ádám (Hajduk Split), Holender Filip (Budapest Honvéd), Németh Krisztián (Sporting Kansas City), Sallai Roland (SC Freiburg), Szalai Ádám (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim), Varga Roland (Ferencváros)

https://www.uefa.com/uefanationsleague/season=2019/matches/round=2000959/match=2024101/index.html?iv=true
 

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I guess old Rossi fav Hidi Patrik hasn't been back at Honvéd long enough to get a call up.
 

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I have an awfully good feeling about this game. As always, thanks Aron for scouting out the lineup. 9 days to go gents. :)
 

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You're welcome:thumbsup: Don't you always have an awfully good feeling about the upcoming game?:)
 

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Course they won't be. They wouldn't be satisfied with anything less than a win in both games.
 

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Greek keret, which includes 3 changes. Alexandros Paschalakis, Kostas Tsimikas, Nikos Karelis..

Kapusok: Orestis Karnezis (Napoli), Vassilis Barkas (AEK), Alexandros Paschalakis (PAOK)

Védők: Vassilis Torosidis (Olympiakos), Michalis Bakakis (AEK), Socrates Papastathopoulos (Arsenal), Kostas Manolas (AS Roma), Giorgos Tzavellas (Alanyaspor), Marios Iconomou (AEK), Dimitris Kolovetsios (Panathinaikos), Dimitris Giannoulis (Atromitos), Kostas Tsimikas (Olympiakos)

Középpályások: Zeka (FC Köbenhavn), Alexandros Tziolis (El Fahja), Petros Mantalos (AEK), Kostas Forthounis (Olympiakos), Dimitris Pelkas (PAOK), Dimitris Kourbelis (Panathinaikos), Andreas Buchalakis (Olympiakos), Tasos Bakassetas (AEK), Lazaros Christodoulopoulos (Olympiakos)

Támadók: Kostas Mitroglou (Marseille), Nikos Karelis (PAOK), Efthimis Koulouris (Atromitos)
 

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Salloi and Dzsudzsak should be in the team..Dzsudzsak is always dangerous..rather bring him off the bench in the final 20 minutes than Holdender..Salloi can back up Szalai too...I said nagy and Bese needed to play agant finland and not lobrencsic n patkai..they make the change and they beat Greece. Our defense has improved greatly with Orban
 

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Salloi and Dzsudzsak should be in the team..Dzsudzsak is always dangerous..rather bring him off the bench in the final 20 minutes than Holdender..Salloi can back up Szalai too...I said nagy and Bese needed to play agant finland and not lobrencsic n patkai..they make the change and they beat Greece. Our defense has improved greatly with Orban
Dzsudzsak need not be on the team, he's no where near game-speed fitness and form, we put in two good to decent games because he was not on the team. He doesn't like to coordinate complicated moves and combinations with the men pressing forward on the move, with midfielders to slant to the interior and inside. He's a self-absorbed swift long-ball gunslinger gambler with his erratic pumps into the box and he doesn't have special extra sensory spatial awareness during the moving action like Czibor.

Read my earlier comments and assessment on Dzsudzsak to get a better picture.
 

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Dzsudzsak need not be on the team, he's no where near game-speed fitness and form, we put in two good to decent games because he was not on the team. He doesn't like to coordinate complicated moves and combinations with the men pressing forward on the move, with midfielders to slant to the interior and inside. He's a self-absorbed swift long-ball gunslinger gambler with his erratic pumps into the box and he doesn't have special extra sensory spatial awareness during the moving action like Czibor.

Read my earlier comments and assessment on Dzsudzsak to get a better picture.
Earlier comments were comparing him favorably to Czibor:D
 

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I may have said that Dzsudzsak was right up there with Czibor for swiftness, speed, endurance and stamina and that he has an ace A-game in set pieces against the wall that's why he's been selected by the managers in 95 match international all-star games, 95 times starting as a 1st team all-national, that many number of starts means he has star quality somewhere.
 

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Can't compare. It's mainly because we're so short on quality. Imagine Juji in the Czibor era. He wouldn't even be qualified to be the waterboy then:D Although I'm sure they didn't have those.
 

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Very true that Zoltan Czibor was a big-time, big-leaguer, he was the probably the greatest left-wideout ever in the country. Dzsudzsak has 95 internationals and 21 goals, 7 games away from surpassing Jozsef Bozsik 2nd all-time.

I think the clean-cut magical Jozsef Bozsik and the super-athletic Sandor Kocsis were 110% Magyar, and that is a real great and beautiful thing.



here Sandor Kocsis, he looks a like a gentlemanly Tarzan, looks like a James Bond from Hungary, what do you think?:

 
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