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András Kuttik

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András Kuttik
Date of birth(1896-05-23)23 May 1896
Place of birthBudapest, Hungary
Date of death2 January 1970(1970-01-02) (aged 73)
Place of deathAgno, Switzerland
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1923-1924Modena
1924-1925Pro Patria
1925-1926Legnano
Teams managed
1929-1932Hellas Verona
1932-1934Cagliari
1934-1935Reggina
1935-1936Bari
1936-1937L'Aquila
1937-1939Vicenza
1939-1940Bari
1940Torino
1940-1941Lucchese
1941-1942Bari
1942-1943Torino
1946-1949Bari
1948-1949Cosenza
1952-1953Cosenza
1959-1960Beşiktaş
1960-1961Göztepe
1961-1962Beşiktaş

András Kuttik (23 May 1896 – 2 January 1970) was a Hungarian football player and manager from Budapest. Kuttik is famous for his connections to Italian football where he played for three clubs, before going on to manage many more.[1]

Kuttik was typical of a journeyman footballer, though he did build up a strong connection to Bari where he managed during different spells.

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