Sándor Bródy (footballer)

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Sándor Bródy
Personal information
Date of birth 1884
Date of death 1944
Playing position Midfielder
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
Ferencváros 151 (17)
National team
1906-1913 Hungary 17 (1)
Teams managed
1921-1923 IFK Göteborg
1937 Ferencváros
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals).

Sándor Bródy (1884-c.1944) was a Jewish-Hungarian football (soccer) player. He competed for Hungary at the 1912 Olympics and was a star in the national side.

His first appearance in Ferencvaros was in 1902 and he played in the starting lineup until 1914.

He took part in the first World War, and from 1914 to 1920 he was in prison in Russia.

He played in 17 matches for the Hungarian national side and scored once (1906–1913).

Later he worked as a coach for Swedish side IFK Goteborg (1921–1923) and for his former club, Ferencvaros (1937). He died during the second World War.

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