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Top 5 Reasons Dzsudzsák Is Not Leaving FC Anzhi Makhachkala

No, he's not.

2012-01-11

In recent days, a growing number of online news sites and blogs ridiculed themselves by iterating the assumption that Balázs Dzsudzsák is leaving Anzhi Makhachkala for Dynamo Moscow. This is obviously not so.

Dzsudzsák legging it? (photo: Gyorgy Varga / MTI)
 

L L D L

Lousy, lousy, dreadful, lousy

2011-10-02

A single point in four games. One coach too many. Things are going from bad to worse since Dzsudzsák was forced off the field.

Carlos in thought
 

Dzsudzsák Back in the USSR

2011-09-22

After a few weeks on medical leave, Balázs Dzsudzsák is now back in his second home, imperial capital Moscow. While recovering from his collarbone fracture, Balázs had all the rewarding experiences in the world. Let's see.

A grateful bunch of PSV supporters
 

A Little Breather in the Russian League

2011-09-03

The Russian Premier League is enjoying a breather due to the international games of early September. Anzhi coach Gadzhi Gadzhiev has been suspended for four matches due to his insults of the referee after winning a match 2-1 against Dinamo Moskva. Meanwhile Dzsudzsak's collarbone is healing after surgery in Budapest.

Gazhiev's eyes glued on the ref's work
 

Hungary Defeat Sweden without Dzsudzsák

Hungary - Sweden 2-1 (1-0)

2011-09-03

As Macskahal aptly foretold, Hungary defeated a somewhat disarrayed Sweden side in yesterday's EURO 2012 qualifier. Dzsudzsák, the highest rated Hungarian could not play for his collarbone injury, but there was an enduring team and a shining Rudolf to keep the three points home.

Hungary Defeat Sweden without Dzsudzsák (photo: mlsz.hu)
 

Breaking Dzsudzsák

Dzsudzsák Collarbone Fracture

2011-08-30

Last Saturday's match against Rostov brought many twists of fate. The most obvious twist of fate might be Alexandru Gaţcan's who managed to fracture the collarbone of Russian billionaire Suleyman Kerimov's pet player, Balázs Dzsudzsák.

Breaking Dzsudzsák
 

Russian Premier League
13 Dec 2019

# Club P Pts
1 Spartak M. 25 57
2 CSKA Moskva 24 47
3 FC Zenit 24 46
4 Krasnodar 24 41
5 Rostov 25 39
6 Lokomotiv M. 24 35
7 Amkar Perm 24 34
8 FC Terek Grozny 24 33
9 FC Ufa 25 33
10 FC Ural Sverdlovsk Oblast 25 29
11 FC Rubin 24 29
12 FC Anji 24 27
13 FC Orenburg 24 22
14 Krylya Sovetov 24 21
15 PFC Arsenal Tula 24 18
16 Tom Tomsk 24 13