Contributors

Tomasz Mortimer (Editor)

Back in April 2011, Paul Lorinczi and myself, set up HungarianFootball.com to get Magyar Foci to the English speaking world. At first we began it as a bit of fun, but after a while more and more people became interested in writing for the site and over time we have expanded considerably. We now have a great team all 100% dedicated to the site and have made some great connections across the Hungarian Football network. Born in England, my Hungarian connection is my Grandfather, and from a young age he lectured me about how good Hungary once were. Ever since I’ve been hooked by the nation, writing for various publications on Magyar Foci and meeting some great people. Hopefully we can get back to them great days in the future! Hajrá Magyarok! (Twitter: @TMortimerFtbl)

Gaby Kovács (Co-Editor)

After talking to Tom via Twitter for many months, back in 2011 I was asked to write a piece for the website, following a game I attended in Hungary. Having kept most of my Hungarian football thoughts to myself for years, I found myself writing with passion and enthusiasm about the sport I love in the country I adore. Tom has trusted my articles without question, and placed massive faith in me, which I will truly be grateful for forever, as the doors working for the website has opened for me, and the amazing people in the football community on twitter I now call friends, has made my life complete (Twitter: @DJGabyG)

Gayle Hope (Referee Correspondent)

My love of the NB1 started around 2011 purely down to referee Viktor Kassai. I would watch the highlights of his domestic games whenever I could find them before one day realising I had progressed to watching every NB1 game and highlight that I could find – Magyar Foci had me hooked. I was lucky enough to meet Gaby and Tom on twitter, who introduced me to a whole crowd of people who love the NB1 almost as much as I do! As a former referee and now referee mentor and assessor I tend to focus on the referees and any LOTG queries. I do try and promote a positive outlook about the referees and refereeing in general. I love the community that I have become a part of. I am mostly Northern Irish and Hungary is my adopted nation, my love for and pride in my home nation and adopted nation are equal. GAWA. Hajrá Magyarok! (Twitter: @Magyar_bmb)