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Lajos Baróti
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Full name Lajos Baróti-Kratochfill
Date of birth August 19, 1914(1914-08-19)
Place of birth    Szeged, Hungary
Date of death    December 23, 2005 (aged 91)
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
Szeged AK
Győri ETO
   
National team
1939-1941 Hungary 2 (0)
Teams managed
1948-1952
1952-1953
1953-1957
1957-1966
1967-1971
1971-1972
1972-1974
1975-1978
1979
1980-1982
Györi Vasas ETO
Bp. Postás
Budapesti Vasas SC
Hungary
Újpesti Dózsa
Peru
Budapesti Vasas SC
Hungary
SSW Innsbruck
S.L. Benfica

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only.
* Appearances (Goals)

Lajos Baróti (19 August 1914 at Szeged – 23 December 2005 aged 91) was most famous for being the coach of the Hungary national football team during two spells (1957-66, 1975-78). He led the team to four World Cups, and won the Bronze medal in the 1960 Summer Olympics and the Gold medal in the 1964 Summer Olympics. Other teams he had coached include: Győri ETO, Vasas SC, Újpest FC, Wacker Innsbruck, S.L. Benfica, and the Peru national football team.

During his playing career, he played for Szeged AK and Győri ETO. He also played twice for the national team.

Career Overview - Manager

Era Team Championship Cup
1948-52 Hungary Györi Vasas ETO
1952-53 Hungary Bp. Postás
1953-57 Hungary Budapesti Vasas SC 1957 1973
1957-66 Hungary Hungary National Team Gold Olympics 1964
1967-71 Hungary Újpesti Dózsa 1969, 70, 71 1969, 70
1971-72 Peru Peru National Team
1972-74 Hungary Budapesti Vasas SC 1973
1975-78 Hungary Hungary National Team
1979 Austria SSW Innsbruck 1979
1980-82 Portugal S.L. Benfica 1981 1981

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Preceded by
Portugal Mário Wilson
Cup of Portugal Winning Coach
1980-81
Succeeded by
England Malcolm Allison
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