Sándor Gujdár

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Sándor Gujdár
Personal information
Full name Sándor Gujdár
Date of birth (1951-11-08) November 8, 1951 (age 67)
Place of birth Hungary
National team
Hungary

Sándor Gujdár (born 8 November 1951 in Szentes, Hungary) is a former Hungarian football goalkeeper. He played for Szegedi EOL, Honvéd, Aris Thesaloniki, and the Hungary national football team - where he earned 25 caps - including two appearances at the 1978 FIFA World Cup Finals in Argentina.[1] He became Hungarian champions with Honvéd in 1980. One year after he moved to Greece to play for Aris Thessaloniki, his professional career was cut short by a serious head injury. He resumed playing in 1986, and spent three years in Austria with lower-class Ostbahn XI. He later worked as a coach.

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  • Gujdár volt a legjobb barát (in Hungarian)
  • Mit mondjunk, bejött! – Korábbi magyar válogatott játékosok Maradona ma harmincéves bemutatkozásáról (in Hungarian)
  • A negyedik helyezett: Gujdár Sándor (in Hungarian)
  • olympiacos-sa.eoldal.hu: Gujdár Sándor (in Hungarian)
  • stop.hu: Mi van Gujdár Sándorral?
  • Ki kicsoda a magyar sportéletben?, I. kötet (A–H). Szekszárd, Babits Kiadó, 1994, 405. o., ISBN 963-495-008-6 (in Hungarian)
  • Rejtő László–Lukács László–Szepesi György: Felejthetetlen 90 percek (Sportkiadó, 1977) ISBN 963-253-501-4 (in Hungarian)