Bank Holidaying in Hungary

Posted by on Aug 30, 2011 in Uncategorized | No Comments

Excuse the imaginative-less title, but I thought that I’d direct peoples’ attention to a new piece that I devoted portions of my Bank Holiday weekend to which has now gone up on the excellent Hungarian Football website.

It’s a recent history of Plymouth Argyle as told through the experiences of their three former Magyars, Ákos Buzsáky, Péter Halmosi and Krisztián Timár. At less than 2000 words, I’d hope that it would be of interest more widely to non-Argyle supporters, particularly those of QPR and Hull where Buzsáky and Halmosi have respectively enjoyed mixed fortunes. For anyone who also came across my 10 key Argyle matches across the last ten years, which was given its first airing back in December 2010, you’ll be relieved to hear that this new history is the last that I plan to write on the subject of the club’s rise and fall for some time yet…

Lloyd
is co-editor of The Two Unfortunates. He’s 30, supports Plymouth Argyle and takes a particular interest in the fortunes of those Football League clubs west of Bristol.

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