We visit the home of eighth place DVTK

In the autumn we won 4-0 against DVTK at the Sósto.

On Saturday at 15:00 we play at the home of eighth-placed DVTK. This will be the 78th first division match between the two teams. Of the 77 games so far, 43 have been won, 10 draws and there have been 24 Miskolc victories. The goal difference is 129-77 in our favour.

Last season, DVTK won the NB II league by a landslide and were promoted back to the top division in the summer. So far in the 2023/2024 season, DVTK have won seven league games, with four draws and nine defeats.

The DVTK management decided to part ways with head coach Sergey Kuznetsov following the end of the winter pre-season and the first three spring league games were played under the guidance of Miklós Simon (DVSC - DVTK 2-2, Kecskemét - DVTK 2-1, DVTK - Újpest 1-2). The last round match against FTC was cancelled due to FTC's European participation, so DVTK's new Serbian head coach Vladimir Radenkovics will make his debut against us. Our loan player Levente Szabó will also make his debut in red and white against us.

Arrivals: Ondrej Baco (Czech, Hapoel Jerusalem - Israel), Bence Komlósi (Parma - Italy), Marco Lund (Danish, IFK Norrköping - Sweden), Doru Popadiuc (Romanian, Universitatea Cluj - Romania), Balázs Tóth (Kazincbarcika)
On loan: Szabó Levente (Fehérvár FC)
Promoted from the youth team / signed a professional contract: Bogdán Bánhegyi (last time on loan in Kazincbarcika)
Departures: Marin Jurina (Bosnian-Croatian, MTK Budapest), Dániel Lukács (Kecskeméti TE)
On loan: Jérémie Obounet (Gabonese, FC Kosice - Kassa, Slovakia)
Returning to their club on loan: Karlo Sentic (Croatian, Hajduk Split - Croatia)
Ondrej Baco (Czech, FC Kosice - Košice, Slovakia)

The most successful player for DVTK is Rudi Pozeg Vancas with six goals.

Author: David Rechnitzer

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