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János Nehadoma

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János Nehadoma
Full nameJános Nehadoma
Date of birth(1901-08-20)20 August 1901
Place of birthBudapest, Hungary
Date of deathunknown
Playing positionCenter Forward
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1925-1927Pistoiese36(33)
1927-1929Brooklyn Wanderers68(55)
1929Brooklyn Hakoah5(7)
1929-1930Brooklyn Wanderers32(18)
1931-1932Pistoiese13(5)
1932-1933Livorno32(26)
1933-1936Fiorentina53(12)
1936Modena7(1)
Teams managed
Triestina
1941-1946Atalanta
1947Bari
1947-1948Mantova

János Nehadoma (born 20 August 1901, date of death unknown) was a Hungarian soccer center forward. He was born in Budapest, Hungary. He began his career in the Italian Serie B before moving to the American Soccer League where he shared the 1928-1929 scoring title. Later in his career he played for Serie A club Fiorentina. After retiring from playing, he spent several seasons as a club manager.

Playing

Nehadoma began his career with Serie B club A.C. Pistoiese in 1925. He spent only two seasons with the club before leaving Europe for the United States. Nehadoma arrived in the U.S., signing with the Brooklyn Wanderers at the end of the 1927-1928 American Soccer League season. He played seven games, scoring seven goals for Brooklyn. The next season, Nehadoma scored forty-three goals, tying Werner Nilsen for the scoring title. In the fall of 1929, he began with the Wanderers before moving to Brooklyn Hakoah for five games. He returned to the Wanderers for the spring 1930 season. In 1931, Nehadoma had returned to Italy, resigning with A.C. Pistoiese. He saw time in only thirteen league games before moving to Livorno in 1932. He spent only one season there before moving to the Serie A with Fiorentina. However, he lasted only three seasons at the top of Italian soccer before returning to Serie B with Modena F.C. He retired after playing only seven games with Modena.[1]

Coaching

In 1941, Nehadoma was hired to manage Serie A club Atalanta B.C. After five seasons, he moved to A.C. Mantova of Serie B. He spent only one season in Mantova before retiring in 1948.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b Jose, Colin (1998). American Soccer League, 1921-1931 (Hardback). The Scarecrow Press. (ISBN 0-8108-3429-4).