Honved


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Hon´ved


n.1.The Hungarian army in the revolutionary war of 1848-49.
2.same as Honvédség.
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Berg has been out of work since leaving Videoton earlier this year when he lost out on the Hungarian title to Honved on the final day of the season.
FOOTBALL (1945 unless stated) UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE SECOND QUALIFYING ROUND, SECOND LEG Budapest Honved v Hapoel Beer Sheva.
We have strayed dangerous territory almost There's plenty of former European big guns who have turned into also-rans, with the likes of Vojvodina out last week while Honved and Red Star Belgrade are shuffling around in the plankton rounds.
Four teams from three countries participated in the water polo competition, namely Honved Club (Hungary), KSI Club (Hungary), HSC (Egypt), and Panathinaikos Club (Greece).
Soon after, Warzycha was offloaded to Pecsi Munkas and after a spell with another Hungarian club Honved, he went on to enjoy an Indian Summer in Major League Soccer with Columbus Crew.
WOLVES have paid tribute to Honved Hero Roy Swinbourne following his death at the age of 86.
The public's appetite for a novel innovation had been whetted when Wolves famously brought across teams of fascinating mystery like Honved, Moscow Spartak and Moscow Dynamo for spotlight friendlies.
Later that year Wolves beat the star studded Honved side 3-2 at Molineux, and were hailed as the Champions of the World by several media outlets.
The most famous of the matches, in which Wolves wore special satin shirts to be more easily seen, was against Honved late in 1954.
Attempted defection Grosics was born and started his career in Dorog, northern Hungary, and later played for Budapest Honved alongside a number of other Magical Magyars greats.
Honved had to play two home games behind closed doors.