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The biggest football player. Ferenc Puskás. His nickname:Öcsi. He was a  Hungarian a football player  and a Manager ,widely regarded as one of the greatest players of all time. The greatest player. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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The biggest football player

The biggest football playerFerenc PusksHis nickname:csi

The greatest playerHe was aHungarian a football player and a Manager ,widely regarded as one of the greatest players of all time.

The Galopping MajorHe scored 84 goals in 85 international matches forHungaryand 514 goals in 529 matches in the Hungarian andSpanishleagues

He was successfulHe became Olympic champion in 1952 He was a World Cup finalist in 1954. He won threeEuropean Cups(1959, 1960, 1966), 10 national championships 8 top individual scoring honorsHe was the top goal scorer in EuropeHe was recognized as a top scorer of the 20th centuryThe Great Hungarian TeamHe was both a prominent member and captain of theHungarian national team, known as theMighty Magyars.

Early lifeHe was born in Budapest 1 April 1927He began his career as a junior withKispest FC,where his father, who had previously played for the club, was a coach.Together withZoltn Czibor,Sndor Kocsis,Jzsef Bozsik, andNndor Hidegkuti , he formed the nucleus of theGolden Teamthat was to remain unbeaten for 32 consecutive gamesThe biggest hitThey defeatedEnglandtwice, first with a6-3 winatWembley Stadiumand then7-1in Budapest. Pusks scored two goals in each game against England.

Real MadridWhen the Hungarian Revolution broke out the Football team was in Spain and because of the ambiguous situation in Hungary they went on a South-American tour.After refusing to return to Hungary he started to play for Real MadridHe became the top goal scorer four times in Spain.Spanish succes

After playing footballAfter retiring as a player, Pusks became a coach and managed teams in Europe, North America, South America, Africa, Asia, and Australia.In 1971 he guided Greek team to theEuropean Cup final, the only time a Greek club has reached a European final to date.

The coach

1967-Hercules Alicante,Spain1967San Francisco Gales,USA1968Vancouver Royals Canada1970-1974Panathinaiksz,Grgorszg19741975FCL Murcia,Spanyolorszg19751976Colo-Colo,Chile19761977 aSzad-arbiai labdarg-vlogatottedzje,Szad-Arbia19781979AK,Grgorszg19791984Al Masri,Egyiptom19851986Sol de Amrica,Paraguay1986Cerro Porteno, Paraguay1990-1991South Melbourne Hellas,Australia

Time goes by

Last yearsPusks was diagnosed withAlzheimer disease in 2000.He was admitted to a Budapest hospital in September 2006]and died on 17 November 2006.

His funeralHe was buried under the dome of theSt Stephens Basilicain Budapest on 9 December 2006.

Pusks Stadium

The memory of Pusks

Then and now