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2021. Október 11. 19:45  -  David Rechnitzer
We take on fourth in the table Bp Honved on Saturday

Its back to OTP league action at the weekend when Honved are the visitors to the MOL Arena Sóstó.

On Saturday, at 19:30, we will take on Budapest Honvéd FC, who are currently 4th in the NB I league, at the MOL Arena Sóstó.

The red and blacks from Budapest did not start the season well, losing 4-1 at home to newcomers DVSC, they then lost 1-0 at MTK and failed to beat bottom-placed Újpest FC, who they drew 1-1 at home with. In match 4, they then managed to get their first win, confidently beating Paks 3-1. Honvéd won three of their next four games, only losing 1-0 to Ferencváros. Budapest Honvéd have scored the fourth most goals in the league (14), while they are in 7th place in terms of goals conceded (12). 

In the summer transfer window, the red and blacks squad changed a lot, 8 players arrived and 25 left - among them the U21 international Norbert Szendrei who joined us in the summer.

SUMMER PLAYER MOVEMENT AT BUDAPEST HONVÉD
Arrivals: Nenad Lukics (Serb, Topolyai SC – Serbian), Nono (José Antonio Delgado Villar, Spanish, Slovan – Slovakia), Dusan Pantelics (Serb, Radnicski Nis – Serbian), Szappanos Péter (Mezőkövesd, free transfer)
Loan arrivals: Talys Oliveira (Talys Alves Pereira Oliveira, Brazil, NK Osijek – Croatia), Zinédine Machach (France, Napoli – Italy)
Return from loan: Kovács Nikolasz (FC Ajka), Májer Milán (ETO FC Győr)

Departures: Naser Aliji (Albanian-Swiss), Cipf Dominik (BFC Siófok, loan to permanent), Csörgő Viktor (Gyirmót FC Győr), Erdélyi Botond (Szentlőrinc SE), Gazdag Dániel (Philadelphia Union – USA), Horváth András (Budafoki MTE), Djordje Kamber (moved into coaching, Kesztyűs Barna (Paksi FC), Kovács Dominik (Gyirmót FC Győr), Lukács Dániel (Kecskeméti TE), Nagy Sándor (Ukraine), Raul Palmes (Romania, Concordia Chiajna – Romania), Szendrei Norbert (Mol Fehérvár FC), Temesvári Attila (ETO-loan to Szeged GA), Eke Uzoma (Nigeriain-Hungarian, Tiszakécske)
Loans out: Bocskay Bertalan (TopolyaI SC – Serbia), Artur Craciun (Moldova-Romania, Lokomotiv Plovdiv – Bulgaria), Kocsis Dominik (Diósgyőri VTK), László Dávid (Budafoki MTE), Soltész Dominik (ajkai loan to Debreceni VSC), Szabó Alex (Szolnoki MÁV), Tóth-Gábor Kristóf (kazincbarcikai loan to Szombathelyi Haladás), Tóth Péter (Békéscsaba), Tömösvári Bálint (siófoki loan to Szolnok), Boubacar Traoré (Mali, Sporting KC II – USA)

Budapest Honvéd's top goalscorer is Nenad Lukics, who joined the Hungarian capital club in the summer from Topolya SC and scored 5 goals in the first 8 games.

MOL Fehérvár FC - Minden jog fenntartva
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