Puskas


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Puskas

(ˈpʊskəs)
n
(Biography) Ferenc (ˈfɛrɛnk). 1927–2006, Hungarian footballer; played for Hungary (1945–56) and Real Madrid (1958–66)
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Puskas, an 8-year-old Dutch shepherd, chased down Antonio Padilla Jr.
The foundation's administrator is Attila Puskas, who used to work at the press department of the Party of Hungarian Community (SMK).
After the Hungarian football revolution of 1956 prompted talk that all the great home-based players would find clubs abroad, Jimmy had suggested that United should sign the best of them, Ferenc Puskas (above).
Only two Europeans have scored more - Sandor Kocsis on 75 and Ferenc Puskas with 84.
Ronaldo has 72 goals from 138 games and only Ferenc Puskas and Sandor Kocsis are ahead of him.
AS a football fan I have been privileged to have seen some of the greatest players in the world playing, I have seen Puskas, Pele, Mathews, Finny, Best, Edwards, Cruyff, Messi and Ronaldo, and although to me Edwards never got the chance to fulfil his full potential, he would have been a world great.
Puskas (C) of the University of Akron receives the 2017 Charles Goodyear Medal from Kimberly Dempsey-Miller (L) and Rubber Division Chair Bill Stahl.
5 , Localitatea: Odorheiu Secuiesc , Cod postal: 535600 , Romania , Punct(e) de contact: Katalin Puskas , Tel.
WALES striker Hal Robson-Kanu's sensational goal against Belgium at Euro 2016 has been nominated for FIFA's Puskas award.
Also on my list are Alfredo Di Stefano, Ferenc Puskas, Pele, Eusebio, Franz Beckenbauer, Diego Maradona, Zinedine Zidane and Lionel Messi.
Ferenc Puskas, a true soccer legend of awesome ability, and Matthew Watson-Broughton, a Geordie and Newcastle United fanatic.
TEHRAN (FNA)- James Rodriguez won the FIFA Puskas Award following his wondergoal in Colombia's World Cup win over Uruguay, finishing ahead of Stephanie Roche and Netherlands international Robin van Persie.