Puskás days in UK!
The greatest goalscorer of the 20th century … the legendary Hungarian footballer Ferenc Puskás was unveiled at the Scottish National Football Museum at Hampden in Glasgow – Scotland. From now there will be a tribute to the world-famous Hungarian footballer with a permanent recognition at the national stadium. Also was presented the biographical book about Ferenc Puskás in English language.
Ferenc Puskás was and still is regarded as a superstar on the football ground. He was one of the very best footballers ever, both in his 1st. 13-year career with Honvéd and as a World Cup runner-up with Hungary and his 2nd 9-year period with Real Madrid and Spain, who would help everyone he could, whether regarding as homeless folks or those in needy and to any Hungarians he met abroad.
The plaque was revealed as a tribute to the world-famous Hungarian footballer on the occasion of the 55th anniversary year of the final of the 1960 European Champions Cup in which Ferenc Puskás scored four goals to help Spanish giants, the Real Madrid beat Germany’s Eintracht Frankfurt 7-3 in front of a crowd of 127,000 people at the Hampden Park.
On the plaque itself, Puskás is referred as „the greatest goalscorer of the 20th century”. He scored 84 goals in 85 international appearances, 514 goals at 529 matches in the Hungarian and Spanish leagues.
The plaque was unveiled on October, 20, 2015., by the Scottish Football Museum, the Puskás Institute, the Hungarian Embassy in London, the Hungarian Scottish Society, the Puskás International Football Foundation and the Robert Burns International Foundation.
Puskás the golden football player traveled, lived at all the continents around the world except the Arctic Circle .
Update Aggie Reiter