We close the 2021/2022 season against fifth-placed Paks FC

The Tolna County team will play a cup final against FTC on Wednesday evening for the first time in their history.

On Saturday evening at 18:30pm Paksi FC visit the MOL Arena Sóstó. It is possible that the guests will visit Székesfehérvár as fresh cup winners, as they will play a MOL Hungarian Cup final against FTC on Wednesday evening at the Puskás Arena. The cup final will not be uninteresting for us either, because if Ferencváros win the MOL Hungarian Cup along with the league title, Vidi will be able to start in the European Conference League in the summer.

There was not much movement in Paks during the winter transfer period, with István Bognár, a key player leaving, but Zsolt Haraszti, who was on loan at MTK in the autumn, returned. 

ArrivalsKocsis Bence (MTK Budapest), Nyári Patrik (MOL Fehérvár FC), Kovács Nikolasz (Budapest Honvéd)
Returning from loan: Haraszti Zsolt (MTK Budapest)
Departure: Kulcsár Dávid (III. Kerületi TVE, free transfer)
Going out on loan: Debreceni Ákos (Szeged-Csanád Grosics Akadémia), Nyári Patrik (III. Kerületi TVE), Bognár István (Arisz Limassol – Cyprus), Lorentz Márton (Siófok), Bognár Dávid (budaörsi after loan to Kazincbarcika)

Paks FC have won only two of their last five league games (Paks - MTK 4-0, ZTE - Paks 2-3), lost twice (Paks - FTC 1-2, Paks - Kisvárda 0-1) and drew once (Gyirmót - Paks 3-3). In their 32 league games so far, they have won 12, drawn 6 and lost 14. Paks have scored by far the most goals in the top division (73) and have conceded the most (61).

The most successful player of Paks is Martin Ádám, who scored 31 goals and is the clear leader of the NB I scoring list. Ádám Martin has scored against us both times this season, in the autumn we won 2-1 at MOL Arena Sósto and in the spring we lost 3-2 in Paks.

Author: David Rechnitzer

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