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Puskas

Ferenc . born 1927, Hungarian footballer; played for Hungary (1945--56) and Real Madrid (1958--66)
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Puskas, who played in the great Real Madrid side which captured the European Cup five times between 1956 and 1960, now lives in retirement in Budapest.
John Puskas of Emory Crawford Long Hospital at Emory University in Atlanta is known as the SMART (Surgical Management of Arterial Revascularization) Trial.
We have found the Proxima Technology team to be very supportive and easy to work with," said William Puskas, 1st Vice President, I/S Technical Services at Mutual of Omaha.
The Portugal forward (below) took his La Liga goal tally to 157 in just 146 appearances for Los Blancos, moving him ahead of Real's Hungary legend Ferenc Puskas as he set his sights on Madrid icon Raul's all-time goalscoring record.
Although Puskas falls somewhere in between, he has a high genetic score and a quick previous time over the distance.
It explains the common denominator in the Hungary team of 1953 and the Real Madrid side of 1960 - Ferenc Puskas.
Further information on all of these events is available from Mary Puskas (330) 848-8847 or mpuskas@littlem.
The Sheffield railer crossed the line five lengths ahead of Droopys Puskas, clocking a fastest-of-the-session 27.
LIONEL MESSI is expected to sweep the boards at the Fifa gala to announce the winner of the Ballon d'Or and Puskas awards.
The 25-year-old has been shortlisted for the FIFA Puskas Award for his exceptional goal in March's Sky Bet League One encounter against Preston.
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Ferenc Puskas, a true soccer legend of awesome ability, and Matthew Watson-Broughton, a Geordie and Newcastle United fanatic.