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  1. 13 de nov. de 2023 · Ferenc Puskás, (born April 2, 1927, Budapest, Hungary—died November 17, 2006, Budapest), Hungarian professional football (soccer) player who was the sport’s first international superstar. Puskás scored 83 goals in 84 games with the Hungarian national team and was a member of three European Cup-winning teams (1959, 1960, 1966) with the Spanish club Real Madrid.

  2. The FIFA Puskás Award [ˈpuʃkaːʃ] is an award established on 20 October 2009 by the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (), at the behest of then-president Sepp Blatter, to be awarded to the male or female judged to have scored the most aesthetically significant, or "most beautiful", goal of the calendar year.. The award is in honour of Ferenc Puskás, the striker of Real ...

  3. 17 de nov. de 2006 · Other position: Second Striker. Facts and data . Name in home country: Puskás (geb.Purczeld) Ferenc Date of birth/Age: Apr 2, 1927 Place of birth: Budapest Date of death: 17.11.2006 (79) Height: N/A Citizenship: Hungary Spain Position: Attack - Centre-Forward Foot: N/A Current club: ---

  4. Ferenc Puskas era un delantero insaciable que dominó la escena al arribar al Real Madrid Club de Fútbol. Fichó por el club merengue el 11 de agosto de 1958. Ferenc se escapó de Hungría justo cuando llegaba el golpe comunista, se fugó gracias a un amigo que le consiguió papeles falsos.

  5. 22 de jun. de 2023 · But Puskas’ greatest success came at Panathinaikos. In the 1969-70 and 1971-72 seasons, he guided the team to Alpha Ethniki titles, besides guiding the team to European Cup final.

  6. Ferenc PUSKAS. Equipo Hungría. Medallas olímpicas. 1 O. Participaciones 1. Primera participación Helsinki 1952. Año de nacimiento 1927. Resultados olímpicos. Biografía. Ferenc Puskás was undoubtedly one of the best football players of all time.

  7. 6 de dic. de 2023 · In the past, the name of Puskas, the formidable forward who led the Golden Team of the 1950s, loomed over any Hungarian player displaying any mere glimpse of greatness.