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England 2 Hungary 1 [0-0]

Match Summary
England Squad
Hungary Squad
Team Records
   
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The Magyars Squad for the match against England  August 2010
Player Birthdate Age Pos Club App G
Buzsáky, Ákos 7 May 1982 28 M Queen's Park Rangers FC, England 19 2
Ákos Buzsáky pulled out of the squad on 7 August because of a thigh injury picked up during club training.
Czvitkovics, Péter 10 February 1983 27 M Debreceni VSC 1 0
Dzsudzsák, Balázs 23 December 1986 23 M Philips Sport Vereniging NV, Netherlands 26 2
Elek, Ákos 21 July 1988 22 M Videoton FC 1 0
Fülöp, Márton 3 May 1983 27 G Sunderland AFC, England 21 24 GA
Gera, Zoltán 22 April 1979 31 F Fulham FC, England 63 18
Hajnal, Tamás 15 March 1981 29 F BV Borussia 1909 eV Dortmund, Germany 34 4
Huszti, Szabolcs 18 April 1983 27 M FC Zenit, Russia 49 7
Juhász, Roland 1 July 1983 27 D RSC Anderlecht, Belgium 53 5
Király, Gábor Ferenc 1 April 1976 34 G TSV München von 1860, Germany 73 96 GA
Koman Junior, Vladimir 16 March 1989 21 M UC Sampdoria, Italy 1 0
Komlósi, Ádám 6 December 1977 32 D Debreceni VSC 9 0
Laczkó, Zsolt 18 December 1986 23 M Debreceni VSC 2 0
Zsolt Laczkó was called into the squad on 7 August as a replacement for Ákos Buzsáky.
Lipták, Zoltán 10 December 1984 25 D Videoton FC 0 0
Priskin, Tamás 27 September 1986 23 F Ipswich Town FC, England 26 7
Rudolf, Gergely 9 March 1985 25 F Genoa CFC SpA, Italy 11 1
Szálesi, Zoltán 22 November 1981 28 D Α.Σ. Ολυμπιακός Βόλου 1937, Greece (Olympiakos Volou F.C.) 26 0
Tóth, Balázs József 24 September 1981 28 M Venlose VV, Netherlands, on loan from KRC Genk, Belgium 33 0
Balázs Tóth joined Venlose VV, Netherlands, on loan, on 5 August 2010.
Vadácz, Krisztián 30 May 1985 25 M CA Osasuna, Spain 28 2
Vanczák, Vilmos 20 June 1983 27 D FC Sion, Switzerland 47 1
Vermes, Krisztián 7 July 1985 25 D Újpest FC 2 0

Squad details correct up to and including Hungary's match against Germany on 29 May 2010.
Tallies taken from MLSZ

Diary

Monday, 2 August 2010 - Hungary head coach Sándor Egervári has recalled Fulham midfielder Zoltán Gera for their friendly with England next week. Gera retired from international football last year after being excluded by Erwin Koeman for arriving late to a team meeting.  However, following Koeman's exit last month, Gera is now back in the fold and is set to line up against England at Wembley.  Egervari has attempted to pick a squad based on fitness rather than current form with so many of Europe's leagues yet to begin.  "Lots of championships haven't even started so I've mainly picked a squad for London based on the players' fitness and not present form," confirmed Egervári.
Along with Gera, Sunderland's Márton
Fülöp, Ákos Buzsáky of QPR and Ipswich striker Tamás Priskin all play their football in England.

Saturday, 7 August 2010 - Ákos Buzsáky picked up an injury yesterday, and his place has gone to Debrecen's Zsolt Laczkó.  Buzsáky suffered an injury in a training session at his club, QPR.  He pulled his thigh after moving badly. The QPR club doctor has told him to take a few days off and rest. This now means that the midfielder cannot be part of next week's friendly match against England at Wembley. Manager Sándor Egervári has decided to bring in Debrecen defender Zsolt Laczkó instead. Laczkó himself has recently been battling with a slight knock, but he has now recovered. He played the entire 90 minutes of Debrecen's match with FC Basel in Wednesday's Champions League game.

Hungary Form: last six games
L W L D L L   f 3:a 16  success: 25%
- 10 October 2009 - Portugal 3 Hungary 0 [1-0]
Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica, Bairro Dona Leonor, Lisboa
Simao (2), Liedson WCP AL
- 14 October 2009 - Denmark 0 Hungary 1 [0-1]
Parken Stadion, København
Buzsáky AW
- 14 November 2009 - Belgium 3 Hungary 0 [1-0]
Jules Ottenstadion, Gent
Fellaini, Vermaelen, Mirallas Fr AL
- 3 March 2010 - Hungary 1 Russia 1 [1-0]
ETO Park,
Győr
Vanczák
Bilyaletdinov
HD
- 29 May 2010 - Hungary 0 Germany 3 [0-1]
Puskás Ferenc Stadion, Budapest
Podolski, Gomez, Cacau HL
- 5 June 2010 - Netherlands 6 Hungary 1 [1-1]
Amsterdam ArenA, Amsterdam
Van Persie, Sneijder, Robben (2), Van Bommel, Elia
Dzsudzsák
AL

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