Hungarian 1st division fixtures 2014-15
Jun23

Hungarian 1st division fixtures 2014-15

Here are the fixtures for the 1st 17 rounds of the 2014-15 OTP Bank Liga. 1. forduló (július 26.): KTE-PHOENIX MECANO – FERENCVÁROSI TC VIDEOTON FC – LOMBARD PÁPA TERMÁL FC BUDAPEST HONVÉD – DUNAÚJVÁROS PASE MVM-PAKS – GYŐRI ETO FC DVSC-TEVA – NYÍREGYHÁZA SPARTACUS FC PMFC-MATIAS – MTK BUDAPEST DVTK – PUSKÁS AKADÉMIA FC SZOMBATHELYI HALADÁS – ÚJPEST FC 2. forduló (augusztus 2.) ÚJPEST FC...

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A comprehensive review of the 2013-14 Hungarian 1st division season.
Jun19

A comprehensive review of the 2013-14 Hungarian 1st division season.

Season Review 2013-14 A review of the season just finished in Hungary by Afanal Janos, starting off with the top league: NBI Debrecen The Loki steamroller trundled on relentlessly to yet another title. Very consistent but with an occasional blip, when they play well they win, when they play badly they usually still win. No real stand-out players imo but good players throughout the side that don’t make many mistakes. If I had to name...

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OTP Bank Liga’s Top 5 Prospects
Jun05

OTP Bank Liga’s Top 5 Prospects

Written by Tomasz Mortimer The Hungarian season came to an end on Sunday with Ferencvaros securing the last Europa League spot with a 2-0 win over Paks, a day after Debrecen won their seventh NBI title in ten seasons, despite losing 2-0 at home to Honved. With the season finishing and a lot of young, able footballers sprouting up across the league, I’ll take you through the top five Under 21’s in NBI who have made an impact on...

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OTP Bank Liga Matchday 30 Round Up
Jun01

OTP Bank Liga Matchday 30 Round Up

Pécs 1 Haladás 1 Lombard Pápa 2 Újpest 1 MTK Budapest 2 Kaposvár 0 Kecskemét 1 Puskás FC 2 Győri ETO 5 Mezőkövesd-Zsóry 0 Debrecen 0 Budapest Honvéd 2 Videoton 1 Diósgyőr 1 Ferencváros 2 Paks...

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2013-14 Round Up
Jun01

2013-14 Round Up

As the 2013-14 ends, here is a quick round up of the season. Debrecen became champions of Hungary for the 7th time in the last 10 years. Quite a remarkable feat for a club that up until 2004 had only two Hungarian Cup trophies in the cabinet since their creation in 1902. Off the field, they moved into the magnificent Nagyerdei Stadion, which is a brand new state of the art ground with a capacity of just over 20,000. Next season, the...

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