Bio: Born in Salgótarján, Liptak has already played for 7 clubs in his relatively short career. The centre back started his youth career at Szolnoki MAV before moving to Lombard Papa where he made over 40 appearances for the club.
His impressive displays attracted a few English clubs, and in the end Lipták decided to move to Southend United, after an unsuccessful trial at Huddersfield Town. Liptak never made a first team appearance for Southend, and instead loaned out to Conference Premier side, Stevenage Borough where he played just twice.
In 2008, Lipták moved back to Hungary to play for Újpest, where he made 19 appearances either side of a loan period at Southampton which didn’t bear fruit.
In 2009, Lipták moved to Videoton and became a first team regular after improving immensely at his time in Székesfehérvár.
In August 2011, Liptak fell out with new coach Paulo Sousa and was consequently released.
In September 2011, Liptak had a trial with Swansea City but he is currently a free agent.
Lipták has got 10 caps for Hungary after making his debut vs England at Wembley in 2010. His solitary goal came against San Marino in a friendly back in June 2011.