Gusztáv Juhász

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Gusztáv Juhász / Guștav Iuhași
Personal information
Date of birth 19 December 1911
Place of birth Temesvár, Austria-Hungary
Date of death 20 January 2003 (aged 91)
Place of death New York City, United States
Playing position midfield
Youth career
1924–1930 Chinezul Timişoara
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1930–1931 Chinezul Timişoara - (-)
1931–1932 RGM Timișoara - (-)
1932–1933 Juventus Bucureşti 5 (9)
1939 Clubul Atletic Oradea 94 (-)
1939–1940 Venus Bucureşti 22 (-)
1940–1944 Nagyváradi AC 76 (-)
1945–1946 Libertatea Oradea 19 (1)
Total - (-)
National team
Romania 20 (0)
Teams managed
1947 ITA Arad
1947–1948 Libertatea Oradea
1948 ITA Arad
1949 Explosivi
1950–1951 ICO Oradea
1952–1957 Dinamo Oradea
1966–1967 Crișul Oradea
1972–1973 Bihor Oradea
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Gusztáv Juhász or Guștav Iuhași (11 December 1911 in Temesvár, at the time in Austria-Hungary (now in Romania) – 20 January 2003 in New York City, United States) was a Romanian football player and coach of Hungarian origin.



As a midfielder, he played for 18 seasons in the Romanian and Hungarian leagues, mostly in the towns of Oradea and Bucharest.


With the Romania national football team, he was selected to play in the 1934 World Cup in Italy.


After his career as a player, he became the coach of several clubs in the town of his birth.


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