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17:46 03-August-2016

Laluska retires but stays in handball

Categories: Eastern Europe
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Foto: ofkse.hu

Written by: Rasmus Boysen

The former Hungarian national player, Balázs Laluska, retires and becomes youth coach.

Balász Laluska has played his last game. The 202 centimeter tall Hungarian right back ends his career in the Hungarian club FKSE-Algyő, but becomes youth coach in the club.

35-year old Laluska has played 148 caps for Hungary and scored 205 goals. He has won the Hungary League twice and got the Golden Cross of the Cross of Merit of the Republic of Hungary in 2012, where he participated with Hungary in the Olympics in London and finished fourth.

Balász Laluska has played in the following clubs:

1998-2005: Pick Szeged, Hungary
2005-2008: Ademar Léon, Spain
2008-2009: Pick Szeged, Hungary
2009-2010: RK Cimos Koper, Slovenia
2010-2013: Veszprém KC, Hungary
2013-2014: Al-Wasl, United Arab Emirates
2014-2015: Montpellier HB, France
2015-2016: FKSE-Algyő, Hungary

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