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Károly Lakat
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Full name Dr. Károly Lakat
Date of birth November 27, 1920(1920-11-27)
Place of birth Győr, Hungary
Date of death December 3, 1988 (aged 68)
Place of death Budapest, Hungary
Playing position Midfielder
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1938–1941 Győri AC
1941–1943 Szegedi AK
1943–1952 Ferencvárosi TC
National team
1945–1950 Hungary 13 (0)
Teams managed
1954–19XX Gödöllői Dózsa
Vörös Meteor
1956–1957 Szegedi Haladás
1957–1959 Tatabányai Bányász
1957 Hungary
1959–1960 Hungary (Olympic)
1963–1972 Hungary (Olympic)
1965–1966 MTK
1967–1969 Ferencvárosi TC
1970–1974 Tatabányai Bányász
1974–1976 Budapest Honvéd
1977–1978 Salgótarjáni BTC
1979–1980 Hungary
1980–1982 Tatabányai Bányász
1982–1983 Volán SC
1983 Debreceni VSC
1985 Tatabányai Bányász
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Károly Lakat (27 November 1920-3 December 1988[1]) was a Hungarian footballer and coach.

Lakat played for Győri AC, Szegedi AK and Ferencvárosi TC and capped 13 times for Hungary.

Lakat coached Gödöllői Dózsa, Vörös Meteor, Szegedi Haladás, Tatabányai Bányász, Hungary, Hungary (Olympic), MTK, Ferencvárosi TC[2], Budapest Honvéd, Salgótarjáni BTC, Volán SC and Debreceni VSC.[3]

Managerial honours

Honour Team Year(s)
Football at the Summer Olympics Hungary (Olympic) 1964, 1968
Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Ferencvárosi TC 1968 (finalist)
Hungarian league Ferencvárosi TC 1967, 1968

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