Puskas


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Puskas

Ferenc . born 1927, Hungarian footballer; played for Hungary (1945--56) and Real Madrid (1958--66)
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The award, which was established in 2009, is named after the legendary Hungary, Spain and Real Madrid striker Ferenc Puskas.Fans can vote until September 1 on the 10 candidates nominated by Fifa.
Ten names have been published as candidates to win the FIFA Puskas Award as the voting has started in the official website of the football governing body.
Puskas - known as the Galloping Major, following his Army service - did not disappoint, scoring a hat-trick.
'Mighty Magyars' Hungary were the heavy favourites, fielding legends suchas Ferenc Puskas, Jozsef Boszik and Sandor Kocsis.
A few seconds after he took flight, Puskas was unleashed by the officers.
This party was suspected of receiving money from Orban's government shortly before the 2016 parliamentary elections.The foundation does not consider the financing or Puskas' previous work a problem.
It later transpired that the contract Puskas eventually signed with Real Madrid was worth PS800 a week.
AS a football fan I have been privileged to have seen some of the greatest players in the world playing, I have seen Puskas, Pele, Mathews, Finny, Best, Edwards, Cruyff, Messi and Ronaldo, and although to me Edwards never got the chance to fulfil his full potential, he would have been a world great.
Puskas (C) of the University of Akron receives the 2017 Charles Goodyear Medal from Kimberly Dempsey-Miller (L) and Rubber Division Chair Bill Stahl.