Ferenc Molnár (footballer)

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Ferenc Molnár
Personal information
Full name Ferenc Molnár
Date of birth 8 April 1891
Place of birth Érd, Hungary
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
MTK Budapest
1920-1922 Spes Genova
1922-1923 Spezia
1923-1924 Anconitana
1924-1925 Verona
1925-1926 Fiume
Teams managed
1926-1927 Biellese
1927 Andrea Doria
1927-1928 Napoli
1927-1928 Casale
1930-1931 Lazio
1931-1932 Novara
1932-1933 Alessandria
1933-1934 Anconitana
1934-1935 Cagliari
1936-1937 Feyenoord
1937-1938 Fiorentina
1938-1939 Juve Domodossola
1939-1940 Varese
1940-1941 Lazio
1942-1943 Udinese
1943 Reggiana
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals).

Ferenc Molnár (8 April 1891 - ?) was a Hungarian football player and manager from Érd. As a player he competed with MTK Budapest for thirteen years[1] before moving to Italy to play for and manage many clubs.

From 1920 onwards, starting with Spes Genova; Molnár acted as a player-manager, eventually in 1926 he became just a manager. For much of the time that Molnár was a manager he moved around each season, spending spells at numerous clubs. In 1943 he was forced to leave Italy when the Hungarian army reserve drafted him.

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