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Sándor Egervári
Personal information
Date of birth 15 July 1950 (1950-07-15) (age 59)
Place of birth Pomáz, Hungary
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1968–1970 Kossuth KFSE
1971–1972 Budapesti Spartacus SC
1972–1976 Budapest Honvéd
1976–1977 Szegedi EOL AK
1977–1981 MTK
Teams managed
1993–1996 BVSC Budapest
1997 Érdi VSE
1997 Al-Ittihad
1998–1999 MTK
1999–2002 Dunaújváros
2002–2004 MTK
2004–2005 Vasas SC
2006–2007 Al Salmiya Club
2007–2009 Győri ETO
2009– Hungary (youth)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Sandor Egervari, (born 15 July 1950 in Pomáz, Hungary[1]) He attended University of Physical Education, in Budapest and qualified as a football coach in 1983. He has since gone on to obtain the UEFA A and B course, as well as the Pro license course. He is one of the best known names in football management, in Hungary today. He has gone on to manage clubs to the domestic title and cup success.

Contents

Playing career

1971-1972 Hungarian First Division - Spartacus S.E

1972-1981 Hungarian First Division - Budapest Honvéd and MTK VM

1974 Member of the national Olympic team

Management career

Egervari's coaching career began as an assistant coach in Hungary's last appearance at a world cup. This was in the Mexico 1986 tournament, when Hungary were one of the best European sides in the world. He was assistant coach for the national team for three years in total.

He then had a two-year spell, as assistant coach, to the Kuwaiti National team from 1986-88. Sandor Egervari then returned home to Hungary, with a growing reputation as a top coach. He assisted both József Both, for a season and then helped György Mezey, over the next two years at Honved, during the years 1988-91, where he helped the Budapest club to two titles among other success. This was achieved with both managers, in the capacity of assistant manager. Honved also fared well in European competition during his time there.

With domestic success behind him, Egervari moved to the now extinct club, BVSC Budapest. He took over when they were bottom, but worked his magic with them. BVSC were league and cup runners-up in his successful time there. Egervari then spent a short time in Saudi Arabia, coaching Al-Ittihad, before the lure of further success in Hungary followed. In 1998, he took over at MTK and guided them to the title and Hungarian Cup success. His reputation for taking over clubs in difficult positions and then quickly bringing success is well recognised in Hungary.

One of his most notable successes followed when he moved to Dunaújváros in 1999. Once again his magic worked wonders and they were champions in his second season there. Dunaferr also enjoyed success in the European Cup, when they beat Hajduk Split on their journeys. The following season saw Egervari guide Dunaújváros to a runner-up spot.

He then returned to Budapest to once again manage MTK. It was no surprise that he quickly brought them the championship in his first year there. MTK also won that year's Super Cup trophy to bring the good times back to the famous Budapest club.

A short stint in charge of Vasas SC then followed, before he packed his bags once more and headed back to Kuwait. He Al Salmiya Club to third spot and also managed to help them finish in the top 4 of the GCC cup.

In 2007, Egervari headed to Győr, in Hungary, and took this club from close to bottom of the league to 3rd spot, and qualification into the UEFA Cup. This was made even more special as it was the first time in 22 years that Győri ETO FC made it into Europe. He helped Győr beat Zestafoni of Georgia, over two legs, before meeting German giants VfB Stuttgart in the next round.

Management award

Egervari has picked up many awards over his years as a top coach in both Hungary and the Middle East. He was manager of the year in 1996, 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2003.

Overall

Sandor Egervari, is one of the "nice men" of Hungarian football. He has a calm approach to management and this has helped him to gain success at most of the clubs he has managed. Egervari began his management career with the national team. It should be noted that he was part of the coaching set up in Hungary' last successful period in football, in 1986.

He has gone on to win the domestic championship three times, including cup success and runners up places. He proved himself on the international stage by being successful in Kuwait. He also took Győr, a club that had not been in Europe for 22 years, or finished in the top 3 to success. He is a man that has brought various clubs success in a short period of time and comes with a wealth of experience behind him.

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Sandor Egervari
Personal Details
Place/Date of Birth: Pomaz, Hungary. 15/7/1950
Honours

Sandor Egervari, was born in Hungary, in July 1950. The 58 year old attended University of Physical Education, in Budapest and qualified as a football coach in 1983. He has since gone on to obtain the UEFA A and B course, as well as the Pro license course. He is one of the best known names in football management, in Hungary today. He has gone on to manage clubs to the domestic title and cup success.

Contents

Playing Career

1971-1972 Hungarian First Division - Spartacus S.E

1972-1981 Hungarian First Division - Budapest Honvéd and MTK VM

1974 Member of the national Olympic team

Management career

Egervari's coaching career began as an assistant coach in Hungary's last appearance at a world cup. This was in the Mexico 1986 tournament, when Hungary were one of the best European sides in the world. He was assistant coach for the national team for three years in total.

He then had a two-year spell, as assistant coach, to the Kuwaiti National team from 1986-88. Sandor Egervari then returned home to Hungary, with a growing reputation as a top coach. He assisted both József Both, for a season and then helped György Mezey, over the next two years at Honved, during the years 1988-91, where he helped the Budapest club to two titles among other success. This was achieved with both managers, in the capacity of assistant manager. Honved also fared well in European competition during his time there.

With domestic success behind him, Egervari moved to the now extinct club, BVSC, in Budapest. He took over when they were bottom, but worked his magic with them. BVSC were league and cup runners-up in his successful time there. Egervari then spent a short time in Saudi Arabia, coaching Al Ittihad, before the lure of further success in Hungary followed. In 1998, he took over at MTK and guided them to the title and Hungarian Cup success. His reputation for taking over clubs in difficult positions and then quickly bringing success is well recognised in Hungary.

One of his most notable successes followed when he moved to Dunaferr in 1999. Once again his magic worked wonders and they were champions in his second season there. Dunaferr also enjoyed success in the European Cup, when they beat Hajduk Split on their journeys. The following season saw Egervari guide Dunaferr to a runner-up spot.

He then returned to Budapest to once again manage MTK. It was no surprise that he quickly brought them the championship in his first year there. MTK also won that year's Super Cup trophy to bring the good times back to the famous Budapest club.

A short stint in charge of Vasas then followed, before he packed his bags once more and headed back to Kuwait. He guided Salmiyah to third spot and also managed to help them finish in the top 4 of the GCC cup.

In 2007, Egervari headed to Győr, in Hungary, and took this club from close to bottom of the league to 3rd spot, and qualification into the UEFA Cup. This was made even more special as it was the first time in 22 years that Győri ETO made it into Europe. He helped Győr beat Zestafoni of Georgia, over two legs, before meeting German giants Stuttgart in the next round.

Management award

Egervari has picked up many awards over his years as a top coach in both Hungary and the Middle East. He was manager of the year in 1996, 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2003.

Overall

Sandor Egervari, is one of the "nice men" of Hungarian football. He has a calm approach to management and this has helped him to gain success at most of the clubs he has managed. Egervari began his management career with the national team. It should be noted that he was part of the coaching set up in Hungary' last successful period in football, in 1986.

He has gone on to win the domestic championship three times, including cup success and runners up places. He proved himself on the international stage by being successful in Kuwait. He also took Győr, a club that had not been in Europe for 22 years, or finished in the top 3 to success. He is a man that has brought various clubs success in a short period of time and comes with a wealth of experience behind him.

Written by David Rechnitzer


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