Gyula Feldmann

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Gyula Feldmann
Personal information
Place of birth Szeged, Hungary
Date of death 31 October 1955(1955-10-31) (aged 74)[1]
Place of death ?, ?
Playing position Defender
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
Nemzeti SC
Ferencváros
MTK Budapest
Makkabi Brno
National team
1910–1920 Hungary[2] 10 (0)
Teams managed
1927–1928 MTK Budapest
1928–1929 Juventus Bucureşti
1928–1931 Fiorentina
1931–1934 Palermo
1934–1936 Ambrosiana-Inter
1936–1938 Torino
1938–1939 SK Jugoslavija
1939–1940 MTK Budapest
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals).

Gyula Feldmann (Hungarian: Feldmann Gyula; 16 November 1880,[3] Szeged — 31 October 1955) was a Jewish Hungarian football player and coach.

After a playing career with several Hungarian teams, he became a coach and coached MTK Budapest from 1927 to 1928. In 1928 he became Fiorentina boss, and in 1931 he replaced Tony Cargnelli at the helm of Palermo, leading the rosanero to a Serie A promotion. In 1934–1935 he obtained a Serie A runners-up position with Ambrosiana-Inter. He was sacked during the 1935–1936 season, and later became head coach of Torino. In 1938 he took charge of SK Jugoslavija in the Yugoslav First League.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ RSSSF.com
  2. ^ Jews in Sport
  3. ^ Maccabi VAC archive
  4. ^ Milorad Sijić: "Football in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia" pag. 154 (Serbian)