László Székely

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László Székely
Personal information
Full name László Székely
Date of birth (1910-01-01)1 January 1910
Place of birth Budapest, Hungary
Date of death 29 November 1969(1969-11-29) (aged 59)
Place of death Robecco Pavese, Italy
Playing position Midfielder
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1925–1929 Oradea
1945–1946 MTK Budapest
Teams managed
1945–1946 Hakoah Vienna
1947–1948 Lecce
1948 Clube Atlético Juventus
1949 Fluminense
1949 Hungary U21
1949–1950 Hellas Verona
1950 Israel
1951–1953 Fenerbahçe
1953–1954 Galatasaray
1954–1955 Grêmio
1956–1957 Fenerbahçe
1957 Turkey
1957 Adalet
1958 Emniyet
1958 Vefa
1959 Beykozspor
1959–1960 Fatih Karagümrük
1960–1962 Fenerbahçe
1962–1963 Venezia
1963–1965 Palermo
1965–1967 Alessandria
1967–1968 Modena
1968–1969 Albenga
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

László Székely (born 1910 - 29 November 1969) was a Hungarian footballer and football manager.

Székely is best known for winning the 1960–61 Turkish National League with Fenerbahçe.[1]

Managerial career[edit]

Székely had a brief playing career as a midfielder, before travelling around the world coaching teams in different countries.[2] Székely was briefly the manager of the both the Israel[3] and Turkey national football teams.[4] A journeyman, Székely managed several teams in Italy, Brazil, Austria, and Turkey before dying in an untimely car accident on 29 November 1969.[5]





  1. ^ "1960-1961 Sezonu TFF". www.tff.org.
  2. ^ Tanino, Pastonesi Marco, Troja. "Sangue, fisico ed egoismo". archiviostorico.gazzetta.it.
  3. ^ "Israel Official Games 1948-1959". www.rsssf.com.
  4. ^ "A Milli Takım Teknik Direktörleri TFF". www.tff.org.
  5. ^ "'Mandula', Izrael sikerkapitánya".

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