Karsai was one of the best midfield players to have ever put on the Videoton shirt. Born in Budapest, he came through the youth ranks at his first club MTK, for whom he went on to appear 7 times in the 1965-66 season. He then moved to Videoton, where he would stay for 14 years, making an impressive 334 appearances, which also saw him find the back of the opponents net 71 times. That was a very good return for a midfield player, and it was no surprise that he won 8 caps for Hungary, between 1970-74. Karsai finally left Vidi in 1981 for a short spell with Austrian side Eisenstadt.
A talented defender who was born close to lake Balaton in Hungary. Kovács joined Videoton in 1964 and stayed for 12 seasons, managing to make 315 appearances during that period, whilst scoring 17 in the process. His first division debut came in 1968, and he was a member of the Videoton side, which finished runners up in the first division in season 1975-76. He was due to join Vasas a year later, but was not allowed to leave. He finally left Fehervar in 1980 when he moved to Ujpest, where he went on to play 80 times for the Budapest side. The popular defender also won 18 full caps for Hungary between 1971-79. Kovács remains one of the best defenders to have played for Vidi, and was very close to picking up a championship winners medal during his period with the club.
Another member of the 300+ group of players to have played for Videoton FC. A young Csongrádi joined Vidi in season 1973-74, making his debut in the autumn of 1974, away at Ferencvaros in a 3-2 defeat. This talented midfielder also chipped in with several goals, totalling 24! He remained with the red and blues for 13 seasons, before he eventually moved to Raba ETO towards the end of his playing career. He also picked up 24 caps for Hungary from 1976-84. He remains one of the best players to have worn the Vidi shirt.
Peter Disztl remains the best goalkeeper ever to have played for Videoton. Born in Baja, Hungary, he went on to play in goal for Vidi in a total of 217 games, before further spells in East Germany and several other Hungarian clubs. Disztl was a member of the 1986 world cup squad, when the Hungarians were one of the best in Europe. He collected 37 caps for his country, before moving into coaching for Vasas and then to his current club, Videoton in the role of goalkeeping coach. Disztl was also one of the heroes of the 1985 side that went all the way to the UEFA cup final, where Videoton eventually lost to Real Madrid in a two-legged affair.
Szábo was a lethal striker who had a strike rate of a goal in every other game. He arrived at Videoton in 1977 from Dorog, where he had scored 56 times in 124 games. He would go on to become a vital member of the UEFA cup final side, scoring important goals on the way to the final. His record in a Videoton shirt was very impressive, making 224 appearances, which resulted in 108 goals for the Fehervar side. He then moved into management, coaching the club, under the then name of Parmalat for close to six seasons from 1993. Szábo had a short spell in Greece as a player and was unlucky not to have been capped by his country.
Májer was born in August 1956 and went on to become a real star of Hungarian football. He was a very quick right wing player, and part of the 1985 UEFA cup run. He made his debut in the 1974 season, going on to make a further 288 appearances, which also brought 54 goals for Videoton. Májer was also capped 3 times for Hungary. He will probably be best remembered for his winning goal at the Bernabau stadium in Madrid, on a glorious night for Videoton. He went on to have short spells in Germany and Austria after leaving Vidi. He tragically passed away in a car accident in 1998. However, his dangerous runs down the right side will forever remain close to the clubs supporters.
Zsolt had an impressive playing career for Videoton, which spanned a period of 12 seasons, over 2 periods. The talented midfielder also played for Ujpest and Gazszer in between. His 235 appearances in the Vidi shirt produced a respectable 40 goals, which also resulted in him representing his country in 4 international games. He was a constant threat with his clever runs from deep, which caused the opposition defenders plenty of problems. He is now a coach in the clubs youth development.
Vegh joined the club as a young 12 year old in 1968, ending up making his first team debut in 1974. He was part of the runners up side of 1974-75, and later went on to captain the side, most notably during the UEFA cup campaign. He was the only player to play in all 12 UEFA cup games of that historic season. He made an amazing total of 419 games, scoring 7 times in a successful playing career. He later went on to become a manager for several sides in Austria. Vegh was given his first and only international cap in 1987.
Nagy was a midfield player who joined from Debrecen, back in 1969. Nagy remained with the Fehervar side for the next ten years, making 269 appearances during that time. His contribution from midfield saw him score 56 times in those games. He eventually finished his playing career in 1982 at his first club, Debrecen, but he also managed to play 49 times for Dunaujvaros. Nagy represented his country in 9 internationals, with the first cap coming in 1971 in a 0-3 defeat to Bulgaria. He later went on to take a refereeing badge, with his debut in the first division coming in 1987 in a match between ZTE and Siofok.
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