Sir Alex Ferguson, Manchester United

On this day in 1986 Manchester United appointed Sir Alex Ferguson as manager. by thesportbible

"Sir Alex Ferguson's first Manchester United team-sheet is being auctioned"

REVEALED: Fergie's first-ever United team-sheet from Oxford loss in 1986, but how much will it fetch at auction?

Manager Alex Ferguson's (Manchester United FC, Manchester United team sheet, handwritten ahead of a disappointing loss to Oxford United on 8 November the historic item is being auctioned off in Devizes, Wiltshire and is expected to reach £

205. Zoltan Czibor was a Hungarian international who came to Spain after the Hungarian Revolution (1956) and played for Barca 1958-1961. He scored 17 goals in 38 appearances.

Czibor

Zoltan Czibor was a Hungarian international who came to Spain after the Hungarian Revolution and played for Barca He scored 17 goals in 38 appearances.

Aranycsapat  Lóránt Gyula, Buzánszky Jenő, Hidegkúti Nándor, Kocsis Sándor, Zakariás József, Czibor Zoltán, Bozsik József, Budai II László, guggol: Lantos Mihály, Puskás Ferenc, Grosics Gyula

Despite the cliché Hungarians are a pretty happy bunch. except if you say one of these 13 things to them:

Ramallets, Gràcia (?), Helenio Herrera (entrenador), Rodri, Vergés, Segarra, Gensana, Llorens (?), Tejada, Kubala, Eulogio Martínez, Suárez i Czibor

Ramallets, Gràcia (?), Helenio Herrera (entrenador), Rodri, Vergés, Segarra, Gensana, Llorens (?), Tejada, Kubala, Eulogio Martínez, Suárez i Czibor

Puskás in Madrid

RM legend Puskas showing some skills for some local kids.

Ferenc Puskás was born on April 2, 1927 in Budapest, Hungary. He made his  professional debut for Kispest in November 1943. Kispest was taken over by  the Hungarian Ministry of Defence in 1949, becoming the Hungarian Army  team and changing its name to Budapest Honvéd. As a result, football players  were given military ranks. Puskás eventually became a major, which led to  the nickname "The Galloping Major".

Ferenc Puskás was born on April 2, 1927 in Budapest, Hungary. He made his professional debut for Kispest in November 1943. Kispest was taken over by the Hungarian Ministry of Defence in 1949, becoming the Hungarian Army team and changing its name to Budapest Honvéd. As a result, football players were given military ranks. Puskás eventually became a major, which led to the nickname "The Galloping Major".

16. Sandor Kocsis was at FCB 1958–1965. He scored 42 goals in 75 matches.  Kocsis spent one season with Young Fellows Zürich before another Hungarian refugee, László Kubala, persuaded him and Zoltán Czibor to join him at FC Barcelona. He subsequently scored on his La Liga debut in a 4–1 win. Upon retiring, he resided in Barcelona.

16. Sandor Kocsis was at FCB 1958–1965. He scored 42 goals in 75 matches. Kocsis spent one season with Young Fellows Zürich before another Hungarian refugee, László Kubala, persuaded him and Zoltán Czibor to join him at FC Barcelona. He subsequently scored on his La Liga debut in a 4–1 win. Upon retiring, he resided in Barcelona.

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