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#89 [url]

Jan 17 14 10:18 PM

Here the line ups of Poland League 1-0 Hungary League.

Poland League: Machnik - Masali, Korynt - Wozniak, Pieda (Strzykalski), Zientara - Pohl (Ciszek), Jankowski (Lewandowski), Kempny, Lentner,  Baszkiewicz.
Hungary League: Ilku - Buzanski, Jancsik - Kovacs S, Szojka, David - Szovjak, Kalmar, Varga, Opava, Szigeti, Kovacs IV

Polish goal was scored in 3rd minute (see page 1) by Jankowski. Probably 30.000 spectators.

Hungarian line up shows 12 men. Probably one of the subs is not mentioned in brackets.

Poland fielded its A-national team, Hungary did not. So this matchcannot be regarded A-international.

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#90 [url]

Jan 18 14 7:11 PM

Fast Midfielder wrote:
On 05-05-1957 a match Poland League 1-0 Hungary League was played. I don't see anything about at the Magyarfutball site. May be someone has the line ups so it can be confirmed this match was de facto betwee both A-national teams.


05.05.1957
Poland  - Hungarian countryside team (aka Budapest without players) 1:0 (1:0)
Warsaw, 10-year-old stadium, 35.000 att. ref: Buskiewicz (POL)
Goal: 3' Jankowski

POL:
Machnik - Worniak, Korynt, Machell - Zientara, Pleda - Polzjankowski, Kempny, Leniner, Baszkiewicz. Coach: Reiman

HUN:
Ilku - Buzánszky, Jancsik, Kovács S. - Szojka, Dávid - Szovják (57' Kalmár III.), Varga, Opova, Szigeti (78' Szakály), Kovács IV. Coach: György Szűcs

http://www.magyarfutball.hu

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#92 [url]

Jan 18 14 7:39 PM

I read it as Repr. Ligi Polskiej - Kepr. Prowincja Wegierskiej.

It seems Repr. is an abbreveation of Representive (but in Polish), but I have the faintest idea where Kepr. is an abbreviation of. I hope you won't blame me for thisCool02

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Jan 18 14 8:36 PM

Fast Midfielder wrote:
I read it as Repr. Ligi Polskiej - Kepr. Prowincja Wegierskiej.

It seems Repr. is an abbreveation of Representive (but in Polish), but I have the faintest idea where Kepr. is an abbreviation of. I hope you won't blame me for thisCool02

No it says Repr. Prow. Wegierskiej -> Hungarian "province" selection.

www.soccer-db.info - football internationals

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Jan 19 14 3:39 PM

Fast Midfielder wrote:


Mexico City, 6 December 1967: Mexico 2 -1 Hungary
Mex: Ignacio Calderón(Guadalajara); Juan Manuel Alejandrez(Cruz Azul), Gustavo Peña(Cruz Azul), Jesús del Muro(Cruz Azul), Guillermo Hernández(Atlas)-(60'Mario "Pichojos" Pérez(Necaxa)); Luis Regueiro(UNAM), Isidoro Díaz(Guadalajara), Fernando Bustos(Cruz Azul)-(87'Albino Morales(Toluca)); Javier Fragoso(América), Enrique Borja(UNAM) y Aarón Padilla(UNAM)- (70' Bernardo "Manolete" Hernández(Atlante)). D.T.: Ignacio Tréllez.
Hun: Damas(67'Gelei); Kaposzata, Pancsics, Sorari; Gorocs, Szucs; Bene, Varga(83'Zambo), Dunai, Farkas y Rakosi(46'Mathesz). D.T.: Rudolf Illovski.
Mex: Enrique Borja(25') y Fernando Bustos(72')
Hun: Varga(3')

Mexico City, 8 December 1967: Mexico 0-2 Hungary
Mex: Ignacio Calderón(Guadalajara); Jesús Flores(Pachuca), Gustavo Peña(Cruz Azul), Gabriel Núñez(Zacatepec), Mario "Pichojos" Pérez(Necaxa); Luis Regueiro(UNAM), Isidoro Díaz (Guadalajara), Albino Morales(Toluca); Javier Fragoso(América), Enrique Borja(UNAM) y Francisco Jara(Guadalajara). D.T.: Ignacio Tréllez.
Hun: Gelei; Kaposzata, Pancsics, Szucs, Sovari; Gorocs, Mathesz; Bene, Varga, Dunai y Farkas.
Hun: Dunai(30'') y Ferenc Bene(15')

From La Nacion;
Hungary touring Americas in 1967 was divided into two squads. "A" playing in Mexico (1967-12-06/08), El Salvador, Chile (1967-12-13) and Argentina. "B" in Colombia, Peru, Chile and Mexico. 34 man squad divided into two halves.

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Mar 24 14 8:13 PM

This match, played on 02-06-1958 is listed as Helsinki XI 1-5 Budapest, but four of the "Helsinki" players were from clubs of other cities" Pulkkinen (Valkeakoski), Haahti and Heinonen (Tampere) and Vilppunen (Lahti), so this match is de facto Finland vs Hungary. Hungarian goalkeeper Grosics was from Tatabánya and Szojka from Salgótarján

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Apr 28 14 11:24 AM

On this site found on 19-02-1961 the Egypt 2-5 Hungary match was played, two days after the official A-match between both nations. Unfortunately three Egyptian players are not mentioned. No Hungarian line up available, but Hungarian team must have been drawn from the same selection that was in Egypt during that period.

Goals
Egypt: Mini El-Sherbini 67" / Rifaat El-Fanageely 84"

Hungary: N/A

Line Ups
Egypt

Aldo Stilla
Mohamed Refaei (Samir Qotb)
Amin El-Esnawi (Badawi Abdel Fattah)
Alaa El-Hamouli
??
??
??
Shehta
Hamdi Abdel Fattah (Nashaat)
Rifaat El-Fanageely
Saleh Selim

Hungary: N/A

El Mundo Doprtivo of 20-02-1961 page 7 reports the match was played in Cairo, Hungary were 3-0 up at half time and the Hungarian goalscorers were Lajos Tichy (3), Karoly Sandor (1) and Florian Albert (1).

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#99 [url]

Apr 28 14 11:32 AM

Also a brief report of Egypt 0-3 Hungary of 21-02-1954 in next day's Deportivo de Mundo (page 2) which reports Kosics (2) and Czibor scored the Hungarian goals.

Line up Egypt:
Egypt

Prascos
Yakan Hussein
Nour El-Dali
Hamza
Zaki
Helmi
Ahmed Mekawi
El-Sayed El-Dhizui
El-Zorkani
Sherif El-Far
Ahmed Abou Hussein

hungarianfootball do you have more Hungarian details about this match and the one played on 19-02-1961?

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#100 [url]

Jun 3 14 7:00 PM

Fast Midfielder wrote:
Also a brief report of Egypt 0-3 Hungary of 21-02-1954 in next day's Deportivo de Mundo (page 2) which reports Kosics (2) and Czibor scored the Hungarian goals.

Line up Egypt:
Egypt

Prascos
Yakan Hussein
Nour El-Dali
Hamza
Zaki
Helmi
Ahmed Mekawi
El-Sayed El-Dhizui
El-Zorkani
Sherif El-Far
Ahmed Abou Hussein

hungarianfootball do you have more Hungarian details about this match and the one played on 19-02-1961?

That's all we know at present:
21-02-1954
Egypt League Team - Hungary 0-3
Cairo, National Stadium

Egypt: 
PRASCOS (or Brascos) - Yakan Hussein, El-Dali Nour - Moula Hamza Abdel, ZAKI, Maati Helmi Aboul - Mekawi Ahmed, El-Dhizhui El-Sayed, EL-ZORKANI, El-Far Sherif, Ahmed Abou Hussein

Hungary:
Grosics Gyula - Palicskó Tibor, Kárpáti Béla - Lantos Mihály, Bozsik József, Zakariás József - Sándor Károly, Kocsis Sándor, Csordás Lajos, Palotás Péter, Hidegkuti Nándor
Subs: Buzánszky Jenő, Budai II. László, Czibor Zoltán

Goal: Kocsis Sándor (3)

Not played on 19-02-1961. Book of Gustav Sebes coach, is a list of the Egyptian tour games. On this day, did not play.

http://www.magyarfutball.hu

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