Jesza Poszony

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Jesza Pozsony
Personal information
Full name Imre Pozsonyi
Date of birth (1880-12-12)12 December 1880
Place of birth Budapest, Hungary
Date of death 9 May 1932 (aged 51)
Place of death New York City, United States
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
Magyar AC
National team
1902 Hungary 1 (0)
Teams managed
1921 Poland
1921–1923 Cracovia
1924 FC Barcelona
1926–1928 Građanski Zagreb
1926–1928 Újpest
1929–1930 Real Club España
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Jesza Poszony (born Imre Pozsonyi, also known as Emérico Pozsonyi; 1880-1932) is a former Hungarian football manager who coached FC Barcelona during the 1924–25 season. In his only season running the first team he won both competitions Barça participated in: the Spanish Cup and the Campeonat de Catalunya.[citation needed]

Pozsonyi started his career playing for Újpest. He also played for the Hungarian national team.[citation needed] Despite his success, he decided to return to his beloved native Hungary. He was the coach of Újpest FC between 1926 and 1928.[citation needed]

Honours[edit]

Cracovia Kraków
FC Barcelona
Građanski Zagreb
Real Club España

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