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Jenő Kálmár

For the Olympic fencer, see János Kalmár.
The native form of this personal name is Kálmár Jenő. This article uses the Western name order.
Jenő Kalmár
Personal information
Date of birth21 March 1908
Place of birthMocsolád, Hungary
Date of death13 January 1990(1990-01-13) (aged 81)
Place of deathMálaga, Spain
Playing positionForward
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
192x-3xMTK Hungária FC
1933-1936Excelsior Roubaix
1936-1937RC Roubaix
1937-1938Stade de Reims
National team
1928-1932Hungary15(4)
Teams managed
1952-56Honvéd
1956-58Wacker Wien
1958Sevilla CF
1958-60Granada CF
1962-63FC Porto
1964-65Real Valladolid
1965-66Granada CF
1966Halmstads BK
1966-68RCD Español
1970Real Zaragoza
1970-72CD Málaga
1972-73Hércules CF
1978-80CD Málaga
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Jenő Kalmár (21 March 1908 - 13 January 1990), also referred to as János Kalmar or Kálmár Jenő, is a former Hungarian footballer and coach. As a player Kalmar played for both MTK Hungária FC and Hungary. During the 1928-29 season he finished as top goalscorer for MTK, scoring 20 goals.

In the early 1950s Kálmár was manager at Honvéd and with a team that included Ferenc Puskás, Zoltán Czibor, Sándor Kocsis, József Bozsik, László Budai, Gyula Lóránt and Gyula Grosics, he guided them to four Hungarian League titles. As the Honvéd manager, he also played a prominent role in the development of the legendary Hungary team known as the Mighty Magyars and during this era he also served as an assistant coach to the national team coach, Gusztáv Sebes.

After the Hungarian Revolution, Kálmár like his former players, Puskás, Czibor and Kocsis, ended up in Spain where he managed several La Liga clubs with moderate success. He coached Wacker Wien,[1] and after a brief spell at Sevilla CF, he guided Granada CF to the 1959 Copa del Generalísimo final. They lost 4-1 to a CF Barcelona team that included Kocsis. Kocsis scored twice for Barça while the Granada CF goal was scored by Arsenio Iglesias. In 1967 Kálmár took RCD Español to third in La Liga and during two spells with CD Málaga in the 1970s he guided them to promotion twice.

Honours

Manager

Honvéd

Granada CF

CD Málaga

Player

MTK Hungária FC/Hungária FC

  • Hungarian Cup
    • Winner : ?
    • Runner-up : ?

See also

References

External links and references

  • La Liga manager stats
  • Sevilla CF

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