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Notable Player (Patrik Hrosovsky):
Patrik Hrosovsky, originally from Prievidza, Czechoslovakia, is a midfielder currently on the roster for Viktoria Plzen. He began his playing career as a youth player for his local club in Prievidza and also spent time with the Trencin youth team before eventually signing with Viktoria Plzen.
The football player from Slovakia has been a part of the Viktorka team since then, but it should be mentioned that he also had loan stints with Sokolov, Usti nad Labem, and Znojmo. Patrik Hrosovsky first played for Slovakia on November 19, 2014 in a friendly match against Finland.
Hrosovsky primarily plays as a central midfielder, but he is also versatile enough to play as a defensive or attacking midfielder. While he has not scored for the Slovakia national football team, he did score for the U21 team in a 7-1 victory against Luxembourg at the 2015 European Championship. His contract with Viktoria Plzen will end on June 30, 2019.
Highlighted Team (Ferencvaros):
Ferencvaros, founded in 1899, is the most accomplished team in Hungary. In the 2018/2019 season, they won their 30th national title, but were unable to secure a spot in the Champions League. Despite losing to Dinamo Zagreb in the play-offs, Ferencvaros qualified for the Europa League group stages for the first time in their history that same season.
Ferencvaros are well known for their green and white home kit, but they wear white shirts and white shorts when playing on the travels. Ujpest are considered the club’s fiercest rivals, whilst Ferencvaros and MTK Budapest face each other in the Eternal derby.
Honved are seen as the club’s bitter rivals as well. Back in 1975 the Zold Sasok made it to the UEFA Cup Winner’s Cup, with the team losing to Ukrainian club Dynamo Kiev in the title game. Sandor Kocsis, who scored 75 goals in 68 appearances for the Hungarian national team, is the club’s most notable footballer.