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Désiré Koranyi

Désiré Koranyi
Personal information
Date of birth 28 January 1914
Place of birth Szeged, Austria-Hungary
Date of death 1981
Playing position Striker
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
Kecskeméti AC
1935-1950 FC Sète
1950-1951 AC Arles
1951-1952 Montpellier 20 (6)
1952-1955 ESA Brive
1955-1956 FC Sète 5 (1)
National team
1939-1942 France 5 (5)
Teams managed
1950-1951 AC Arles
1952-1955 ESA Brive
1955-1956 FC Sète
1958-1959 Metz
1962-1964 ESA Brive

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

† Appearances (goals)

Désiré Koranyi (28 January 1914 – 1981), aka Dezsõ Korányi or Dezsõ Kronenberger, was a Hungarian-French football player. He played club football most notably with FC Sète where he won the Division 1 in 1938-39. He was capped five times for France, scoring five goals. He then enjoyed a coaching career with FC Sète and FC Metz.[1]

He had two brothers who were also footballers: Lajos Korányi and Mátyás Korányi.

References

  1. ^ France - Trainers of First and Second Division Clubs
  • Profile at French federation official site
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