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Hungarian football (league, national team and other)
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Veto 


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Posted: 2011-01-15, 16:03   Hungarian football (league, national team and other)  

I think, that football is popular sport in Hungary.
The most famous teams are from Budapest. It's Ferencvaros and Ujpest

I'm not a specialist in hungarian football, but i know, that Ferencvaros it's 'Fradi', and they have green-white colours. Their fans are very patriotic, similiar like Ujpest fans. Ujpest is from northern Budapest and they are "Lilak" ;-) I've seen on their stadium a flag with "Great Hungary'.

Other clubs from Budapest, that i know are MTK, Kispest, Vasas.

MTK- I know that it's jewish club (?)
Kispest - It was Honved, but now again it's Kispest, they have red-black colours.
Vasas - it's like polish club - Hutnik Kraków (Hutnik means steelworker) Vasas was the favorite club of communists, right? ;-)

The team from other cities are Debrecen ( Recently in the Champions League), Gyori ETO (i've seen a nice new stadium on the web), Videoton FC, Lombard Papa (it's funny name for Poles :-D ), Kecskemeti TE, Rakoczi Kaposvar, Zalaegerszegi TE and Haladas Szombathely.

National team now is weak like Polish team :-(
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Posted: 2011-01-15, 16:22     

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dragonfly 


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Posted: 2011-01-15, 16:22     

But you Hungarians have a great star, like our Kuba Błaszczykowski. I mean Balázs Dzsudzsák from PSV Eindhoven. He's also a winger, like Kuba, but he plays on left wing and he's left-foot player.
I also remember Hungarian crazy goalkeeper - Gábor Király. I watched Bundesliga, when he was playing in Hertha BSC. He always wears grey, long tracksuit :lol:
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Lanti 


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Posted: 2011-01-15, 17:12   Re: Hungarian football (league, national team and other)  

Well, I don't so educated in sports. ;)

Veto wrote:
MTK- I know that it's jewish club (?)

Yes, they are the jew club. Please try to read this article with Google Translate and let's laugh a big :D (I think translate from Hungarian to English is make better job than to polish). I think this is the jew who in the past hit a national radical young girl. He hit the young girl becouse wearing a tricolor on her jacket. And nobody hurt this jew in Hungary, becouse we are a very nationalist country, as the Eu said. :D

Veto wrote:
Lombard Papa (it's funny name for Poles :-D ), Kecskemeti TE

Papa means "dad" in Polish, too? ;)

Veto wrote:
National team now is weak like Polish team :-(

True

dragonfly wrote:
But you Hungarians have a great star, like our Kuba Błaszczykowski. I mean Balázs Dzsudzsák from PSV Eindhoven.

Yes, Dzsudzsák is famous. :)
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Posted: 2011-01-15, 17:39     

No, papa doesn't mean dad in Polish. "Papa" in Polish means: kátránypapír :mrgreen: But it sounds very funny in Polish. And when you connect these two words to "Lombárd Pápa" I just can't stop laughing :D
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Posted: 2011-01-15, 18:00     

And 'Lombard" means pawn-shop :mrgreen:

It's similar situation like 'Tatabánya'

Tata in polish means 'dad'
And 'banya' sounds like polish 'bania' ( i can't explain this) ... big bubble? :lol:
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Posted: 2011-01-15, 18:22     

dragonfly wrote:
"Lombárd Pápa" I just can't stop laughing :D

Well, papa and pápa is too different word. Papa means old dad, and pápa means pope. :D And Pápa is the name of that city, where is the Lombárd Pápa

Veto wrote:
Tata in polish means 'dad'

Tata means very old man in Hungarian.

Veto wrote:
And 'banya' sounds like polish 'bania'

And bánya means Mine in Hungarian. ;)
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Posted: 2011-01-15, 20:14     

Bania in Polish means "flagon" (a big vessel) and it's slang meaning is drunk :D For example: "Mam banię" ("I've got a bania") means: "I'm drunk as hell" :mrgreen:
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