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Timeline_title: Puskás Ferenc
Timeline_template: arany-fekete
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Timeline_title: Ferenc Puskás
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TimelineChapter_title: Around the globe
TimelineChapter_description: Puskas retired in 1966 with the untouchable title of "Top goal-scorer of the Twentieth-Century" scoring 616 goals in 620 games, as well as holding the unrivaled record of 84 international goals in 85 caps.
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EventWithSections_title:Wandering
EventWithSections_description:He retired in 1966 and subsequently wandered the globe as a coach, with spells in Canada, Paraguay, Chile, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Australia and the United States. He had most success in Greece, where he guided Panathinaikos to the 1971 European Cup Final, the only time a Greek club has reached a European final to date, although they lost to an Ajax side propelled by the young Johan Cruyff. Last time when he played, it was 1981 in Budapest, Vidék-Budapest old football players match.
EventWithSections_startDate:1966
EventWithSections_endDate:1981

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