Alexander Felszeghy

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Alexander Felszeghy
Personal information
Full name Alexander Felszeghy
Date of birth (1933-10-28)28 October 1933
Date of death 20 December 1994(1994-12-20) (aged 61)
National team
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1955 Czechoslovakia 1 (0)

Alexander Felszeghy (28 October 1933 in Košice – 20 December 1994 in Košice) was a Slovak football defender or midfielder, and later coach. He started his professional career in Army team Tankista Prague (1954–1955) and kept on in Spartak Košice (1956), Tatran Prešov (1957–1960) and ended in Jednota/VSS Košice (1960–1966). Felszeghy overall made 141 appearances and scored three goals at the Czechoslovak First League.

On 13 November 1955, Felszeghy earned his only cap for the Czechoslovakia national football team in a 0–3 defeat against Bulgaria at Vasil Levski National Stadium.

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