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János Csank
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Personal information
Date of birth October 27, 1946 (1946-10-27) (age 63)
Place of birth    Ózd, Hungary
Playing position goalkeeper
Club information
Current club Zalaegerszegi TE (manager)
Teams managed
1984-85
1986-89
1989-95
1995-96
1996-97
1998-99
2000-02
2002-03
2003-04
2005-06
2006
2006-07
2007-08
2008-
Eger FC
Békéscsabai Előre
Vác
Proodeftiki F.C.
Hungarian national football team
Vác
Ferencváros
Siófok
Videoton
Sopron
Győri ETO
Diósgyőr
Ferencváros
Zalaegerszegi TE


* Appearances (Goals)

János Csank (born 27 October 1946 Ózd, Hungary) is a former goalkeeper, one of Hungary's most successful football coaches.

Club Coaching Career

Csank won the National Championship twice, at first in 1994 with Vác FC-Samsung and in 2001 in charge of Ferencváros.

He resigned from Ferencváros in April 2008 after a 2-2 draw against Makó left Fradi in third place eight points behind NB II (Eastern Group) leaders Kecskeméti TE.

International Coaching Career

Csank was manager of the Hungarian national football team between April 1996 and November 1997. During this time, Hungary advanced from the World Cup qualification group but suffered a devastating 1-7, 5-0 defeat against FR Yugoslavia. Csank displayed a sense of dry humour after the first half of the first match, when the reporter asked him what he's going to say in the locker room, he just said "...probably not 'keep it up'...".

After the losses against Yugoslavia, Csank resigned from his position and was followed by Bertalan Bicskei.

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