|Full name||Kalman Menyhart|
|Date of birth||15 July 1955|
|Place of birth||Budapest, Hungary|
|Height||1.82 m (6 ft 0 in)|
|–||Budapest Honvéd FC|
|1987–1988||MTK Budapest F.C.||0||(0)|
|1988–1992||Royal Francs Borains||68||(0)|
|1996–1997||VSE St. Polten|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
He was the goalkeeper with whom, on 24 May 1980, the Honvéd Budapest F.C won again the Hungarian Championship since 1955. On this day, the Honvéd Budapest F.C. defeated the team of Szekesfehervari MAV Elore ( 2-0 ). #1 Menyhart, #2 Paroczai, #3 Kocsis, #4 Varga, #5 Nagy, #6 Garaba, #10 Gyimesi, #9 Weimper, #7 Bodonyi, #8 Dajka, #16 Esterhazy, and #11 Kozma was the team composition and Lajos Tichy was the coach.
In January 1983, his arm was broken while playing an exhibition game against the Hertha Berlin F.C. in the Olympic Stadium of Berlin. Due to this unfortunate injury, he wasn't able to play for the Hungarian National Team. He was unable to play for over 300 games and had to sit on the bench until his injury was completely healed.
At age 33, he left Hungary to play in Belgium, became Belgian Citizen, and acquired the Coach - Assistant Coach - Youth Soccer Coach Diplomas from the Federal School of Belgian Royal Union of Football Association.
- Budapest Honvéd Online
- Hungarian Football Federation
- Belgian Royal Union of Football Association ( U.R.B.S.F.A )
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