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'''Ferenc Puskás''' ([[2 de abril]] de [[1927]]–[[17 de novembro]] de [[2006]]) (En [[Húngaro]]: '''Puskás Ferenc'''), foi un lendario futbolista e despois adestrador [[Hungría|húngaro]]. Está conseiderado coma un dos mellores xogadores de tódolos tempos e un dos goleadores máis efectivos, anotando 84 goles en 85 encontros internacionais para a [[Selección nacional de fútbol de Hungría|Selección Húngara]]<ref name="international goals"/> e 511 goles en 533 encontros na [[Liga Húngara de Fútbol]] e na [[Liga Española de Fútbol]].
 
Durante os anos 50 convertiuse no capitán e nunha das estrelas da [[Selección nacional de fútbol de Hungría|selección húngara]] coñecida coma o ''[[Aranycsapat]]'' ("Equipo de ouro" en húngaro). Con Puskás estaba outros lendarios futbolistas coma [[Sándor Kocsis]], [[Zoltán Czibor]], [[József Bozsik]] ou [[Nándor Hidegkuti]].
Puskás played for [[Budapest Honvéd FC|Honvéd]] and Hungary before joining [[Real Madrid]] and going on to play for [[Spain national football team|Spain]]. During the 1950s, he was captain of the legendary Hungarian team known as the ''[[Golden Team|Mighty Magyars]]''. In 1958, two years after the [[Hungarian Revolution of 1956|Hungarian Revolution]], he emigrated to [[Spain]] where he joined the legendary Real Madrid team that also included [[Alfredo Di Stéfano]], [[Francisco Gento]], [[Raymond Kopa]], [[Héctor Rial]] and [[José Santamaria]].
 
Puskás xogou para o [[Budapest Honvéd FC|Honvéd]] ata 1956, ano no que estoupou a [[Revolución Húngara]]. Este feito colleu ós xogadores fóra do país, por mor dunha eliminatoria de [[Liga de Campións|Copa de Europa]] contra o [[Athletic de Bilbao]]. Moitos negáronse a voltar, e tentaron sacar ás súas familias de Hungría o antes posible. En [[1958]] ficha polo [[Real Madrid]] e alí xúntase con outros grandes xogadores coma [[Alfredo Di Stéfano]], [[Francisco Gento]], [[Raymond Kopa]], [[Héctor Rial]] ou[[José Santamaria]].
 
 
Puskás, with a deadly accurate left-foot, was a prolific goalscorer throughout his career. He was top scorer in the [[Hungarian League]] on four occasions, and in 1948 he was the [[European Golden Boot|top goal scorer]] in any European league. While playing with Real Madrid, he won four ''[[Pichichi Trophy|Pichichis]]'' and scored seven goals in two European Cup finals. In 1995 he was recognized as the top scorer of the 20th century by the [[International Federation of Football History & Statistics|IFFHS]].<ref name="FIFA benefit">{{cite web|url=http://www.fifa.com/en/organisation/president/index/0,4095,110412,00.html?articleid=110412 | title=FIFA President: FIFA to help the Galloping Major | publisher=[[FIFA]] | date=2005-10-12 | accessdate=2006-11-17}}</ref><ref name="Spanish obit">{{cite web|url=http://www.as.com/articulo/Futbol/Coronel/Puskas/zurdo/oro/dasftb/20061117dasdasftb_2/Tes/ | title=Coronel Puskas, el zurdo de oro | language=Spanish | publisher=''[[AS (newspaper)|AS]]'' | date=2006-11-17 | accessdate=2006-11-17}}</ref><ref name="Puskás auction">{{cite web|url=http://sport.guardian.co.uk/golf/story/0,10069,1590809,00.html | author=Mackay, Duncan | publisher=''[[Guardian Unlimited]]'' | title=Lineker tees up another nice little earner | date=2005-10-13 | accessdate=2006-11-17}} Scroll down to subhead "Puskas memories for sale".</ref>
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