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NB II: David Holman has signed for Budapest Honvéd

NB II: David Holman has signed for Budapest Honvéd

Budapest Honvéd, a member of the NB II football team, has announced that it has signed David Holman, who has returned to Hungary after five years in the corps.

David Holman continues to visit Kispest (Photo:

Holman’s contract with Slovan Bratislava expired at the end of June, he became a free agent, and the midfielder accepted the offer of the Kispesti team, which aims to get into the first division.

“After the first consultations, I felt that I had reached a special place. It was an important aspect of changing my club to continue in an environment where you really feel like a footballer, and Kispest is probably the perfect place for that. My reception was very good, and we talked a lot with manager Matti Benezits about his footballing philosophy and plans, which I felt close to. Now it was my turn to prove myself” – The club’s website quotes the national team five times David Holman.

Summer game action in Budapest Honvéd
AccessBy: Krisztian Adorjan
(Budapest), David Holman (Freely verifiable, the latest being Slovan Bratislava – Slovakia), Milan Horvat (Siófok – back from loan), Calnuki Case David (Freely verifiable – most recent by ZTE) Nicholas Kovacs (pax), Maxim Bukhtjev (Ukrainian, Mosonmagyaróvár – return from loan)
Departure: Luca Cabane (Croatian, AE Kifisias – Greece), Duke Albee (Albanian, KF Tirana – Albania), Brendon Dominguez (Portuguese, French, DVSC) Richlord Enin (Canadian, Spartaks Jurmala – Latvia – returned from loan), Vidar Ari Johnson (Icelandic, ?), Lucas Clemens (Polish, Gornik Leczna – Poland), David Laszlo (after loan from Szentlőrinc, Siófok), Krisztian Tamás (Ujpest), Lazar Cherkovich (Serbian,?), Maxim Plakushenko (Israeli – Ukrainian, Maccabi Netanya – Israel), Hurdy Brenga (Albanian – Croatian, RFS – Latvian), Jairo Samperio (Spanish, ?), Zsóter donut (?), Palazz Felide (?), Simon Karras (?), Richard Kuzma (?), Nikola Niamcholovic (Serbian, ?)

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