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Béla Volentik (5 December 1907 – 27 October 1990) was a Hungarian footballer and football manager. He played for , Újpest, FC Lugano and for the Hungarian national team, capping once. He started his coaching career in Switzerland with FC Aarau and went on to coach FC St. Gallen, BSC Young Boys, FC Lugano and Lausanne Sport. He then has a stint with the Luxembourg national football team before coming back to Hungary where he coached , MTK twice, leading them to the 1964 European Cup Winners' Cup Final and Pécsi Dózsa. He also coached Bulgaria and Berliner FC Dynamo.

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  • Béla Volentik (5 December 1907 – 27 October 1990) was a Hungarian footballer and football manager. He played for , Újpest, FC Lugano and for the Hungarian national team, capping once. He started his coaching career in Switzerland with FC Aarau and went on to coach FC St. Gallen, BSC Young Boys, FC Lugano and Lausanne Sport. He then has a stint with the Luxembourg national football team before coming back to Hungary where he coached , MTK twice, leading them to the 1964 European Cup Winners' Cup Final and Pécsi Dózsa. He also coached Bulgaria and Berliner FC Dynamo.
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  • Béla Volentik (5 December 1907 – 27 October 1990) was a Hungarian footballer and football manager. He played for , Újpest, FC Lugano and for the Hungarian national team, capping once. He started his coaching career in Switzerland with FC Aarau and went on to coach FC St. Gallen, BSC Young Boys, FC Lugano and Lausanne Sport. He then has a stint with the Luxembourg national football team before coming back to Hungary where he coached , MTK twice, leading them to the 1964 European Cup Winners' Cup Final and Pécsi Dózsa. He also coached Bulgaria and Berliner FC Dynamo.
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