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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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The award, which was established in 2009, is named after the legendary Hungary, Spain and Real Madrid striker Ferenc Puskas.Fans can vote until September 1 on the 10 candidates nominated by Fifa.
He co-translated Gyorgy Szollosi's definitive biography on Ferenc Puskas and is the English website editor for MLSZ as well as being a committee member of the Ferenc Puskas International Foundation, a member of the Hungarian Sportswriters' Association and an occasional contributor to the market-leading Nemzeti Sport newspaper.
All hail the king Messi." Messi's landmark achievement saw him become only the seventh player in history to score 600 goals for a single club, joining Josef Bican, Ferenc Puskas, Pele, Gerd Muller, Romario and Cristiano Ronaldo on that exclusive list.
Ferenc Puskas bagged 156 goals in 180 appearances for Real Madrid - and amazed organisers by agreeing to play in a community centre fundraiser at South Liverpool FC.
Ross County's @Liam Fontaine on his Achilles rupture 2006: Hungarian football legend Ferenc Puskas, one of the greatest players of all time, died aged 79.
They are, from left, Alfredo di Stefano of Real Madrid and Argentina, Matthews himself, Hungarian ace Ferenc Puskas and his international team-mate Laszlo Kubala.
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).
Mansour added that if Zamalek brought Ferenc Puskas, who is one of the legends of football players and coaches in the history of the game, people would have attacked him too, stressing that Zamalek always tries to sign the best, according to Zamalek official website.
Only two Europeans have scored more - Sandor Kocsis on 75 and Ferenc Puskas with 84.
The award is named after Hungarian football legend Ferenc Puskas who is regarded as one of the greatest players of all time.
Also on my list are Alfredo Di Stefano, Ferenc Puskas, Pele, Eusebio, Franz Beckenbauer, Diego Maradona, Zinedine Zidane and Lionel Messi.