What Should We Expect From Heart of Midlothian?
Jul28

What Should We Expect From Heart of Midlothian?

As Paks gear up to face Hearts tonight in the Europa League 3rd qualifying round, Hearts fan Joel Sked takes a closer look at their Scottish opposition.   Heart of Midlothian in Europe Hearts have an illustrious history in Europe despite never winning a European trophy – playing and beating some of footballs biggest and well-known clubs. The Edinburgh side’s first sojourn into European competition came in 1958 when they...

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Hungary Squad to Face Iceland
Jul27

Hungary Squad to Face Iceland

  Sandor Egervari has announced his squad ahead of the friendly on the 10th August vs Iceland. Here’s the squad in full: GOALKEEPERS Bogdán Ádám (Bolton Wanderers) Csernyánszki Norbert (Paksi FC) Király Gábor (1860 München) DEFENDERS Fehér Zoltán (Győri ETO) Halmosi Péter (Haladás) Juhász Roland (Anderlecht) Korcsmár Zsolt (Brann) Laczkó Zsolt (Sampdoria) Lázár Pál (Samsunspor) Lipták Zoltán (Videoton) Pintér Ádám (Real...

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A Weekend of Football in Budapest
Jul27

A Weekend of Football in Budapest

Written by Tomasz Mortimer After three years away it was good to be back in Budapest. I arrived on Friday, at about 1pm, expecting glorious sunshine and 30 degree temperatures. Nope, nothing like that at all. Instead it was just like a typical English summer’s day. Dull, grey and about 15 degrees and it wasn’t to get better over the weekend. After dropping my bag off at the hotel, the first thing I had to do was to go Ferencváros’...

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Hungarian NBI Roundup – Week 2
Jul27

Hungarian NBI Roundup – Week 2

Results: Ferencváros 1-1 DVTK, Gyor 1-0 Újpest, Haladás 2-4 Honvéd, Kecskemét 4-0 Kaposvár, Papa 2-0 Siofok, Vasas 1-2 Pecs, Videoton 4-0 Paks, ZTE 0-2 Debrecen The weekend’s action kicked off on Friday night as Debrecen travelled over 400km to take on ZTE in Zalaegerszeg. And it was ZTE who were to have the better of the early exchanges, twice going close from a goalmouth scramble. But as the game progressed Debrecen began to...

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Europa League Review – Paks Seal Tie With A Kiss
Jul22

Europa League Review – Paks Seal Tie With A Kiss

Written by Tomasz Mortimer Aktobe 0-0 KTE (Agg: 1-1 – Aktobe progress on away goals), Tromso 0-3 Paks (Agg: 1-4) & Aalesund 3-1 Ferencváros (Agg: 4-3 – aet) It was a mixed bag for Hungarians in Europe tonight as all but one of the sides from Hungary crash out in the Second Qualifying Round. After Videoton’s exit on Wednesday, it was left for KTE, Paks and Ferencváros to take over the reins and progress to the next round of...

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