Hungarian Rhapsody 1954

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Wembley Stadium, London.

GV Wembley Stadium - England v Hungary. SV victorious Hungarian eleven, congratulating each other. CU Hungarian victory medals specially struck. SV Hungarian player walking to receive medal. SV football managers arriving in March for meeting. CU Sir Stanley Rouse greeting...



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  • "SV victorious Hungarian eleven" - that's footage of Hungary's previous victory over England, winning by 6-3 at Wembley in 1953.

    "Stanley Rouse" in text and tags should read Stanley Rous.

    "Puskas" is Ferenc Puskas.

    "Czibor" is Zoltan Czibor.

    "Merrick" is Gil Merrick.

    "Koscis" should read Sandor Kocsis.

    "Dickinson" is Jimmy Dickinson.

    "Hidekuti" should read Nandor Hidegkuti.

    Hungary won the match 7-1.

    jamied 24th Sep 2012

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