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.

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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