Rezső Somlai

Hungarian footballer

Rezső Somlai
Personal information
Full name Rezső Somlai-Stolzparth
Date of birth 1911
Place of birth Austria-Hungary
Date of death 1983
Position(s) Midfielder
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
Ferencváros (amateur)
1932–1934 Nice
1934–1935 Kispesti FC 33 (1)
1935–1936 Olympique Alès
1936–1937 Red Star Saint-Ouen
1938–1939 Kispesti FC 4 (0)
1941–1942 Ujvideki AC 4 (1)
International career
1934 Hungary (Called-up)
Managerial career
1947 Bulgaria
1948–1949 Levski Sofia
1967–1969 Daugava Rīga
*Club domestic league appearances and goals

Rezső Somlai-Stolzparth (1911 – 1983) was a Hungarian footballer, who was in Hungary squad at the 1934 FIFA World Cup.

He played for Ferencvárosi TC, OGC Nice, Kispesti FC, Olympique Alès, Red Star[1] and Ujvideki AC.[2][3]

He managed Bulgaria and Levski Sofia.[4] As coach of Levski, he won a Double by winning the Bulgarian championship in 1949 and the Bulgarian Cup in the same 1949 year, finished the 1948–49 season unbeaten in both competitions as well.

References

  1. ^ All-time Red Star Saint-Ouen players at allezredstar.com
  2. ^ † Somlai Rezső (? 1911 - ?) az magyarfutball.hu
  3. ^ Hungarian championship stats at nela.hu
  4. ^ Rezső Somlai at levskisofia.info

Sources

  • Barreaud, Marc (1998). Dictionnaire des footballeurs étrangers du championnat professionnel français (1932–1997). L'Harmattan, Paris. ISBN 2-7384-6608-7.
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