Tivadar Monostori

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Tivadar Monostori
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Personal information
Date of birth(1936-08-24)24 August 1936
Place of birth Felsőgalla, Hungary
Date of death 18 March 2014(2014-03-18) (aged 77)
Position(s) Forward
Senior career*
1954–1967 Dorogi FC 243 (94)
International career
1958–1963 Hungary 9 (4)
Managerial career
1975 Tatabánya Bányász SC
1977–1979 Tatabánya Bányász SC
*Club domestic league appearances and goals

Tivadar Monostori (24 August 1936 – 18 March 2014) was a Hungarian football forward who played for Hungary in the 1958 and 1962 FIFA World Cups. [1] He also played for Dorogi FC. [2]

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  1. 1958 FIFA World Cup Sweden
  2. "Meghalt Monostori Tivadar, a dorogi legenda - Sport24". Sport.hir24.hu. Retrieved 2014-03-28.