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Becske, 10/09/1932: Interesting topics at Ring Café

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Frigyes Becske | 10/09/1932, Vienna

Čambal is considered to be Sárosi's equal opponent — Meisl praises Hungária's refreshing policy — "Orth or Schaffer could be the Hungarian National Team coach" — The organization of the Austrian youth has started.

At the headquarters of the Vienna Football Staff, the Ring Café, the atmosphere is already as heated by heated sports debates as if we were right in the middle of the football season. At Meisl’s main table, reserved for chief leaders, where he weaves the domestic and foreign policy plans of the Vienna Football Chamber, the preparation of the Anglo-Austrian national team match is now the dominant theme. In addition to the battle surrounding this crucial test of strength, interesting reform plans preoccupy Hugo Meisl and his narrower circle of friends, and these reforms, if implemented, will surely further strengthen the stability of the Vienna School by gaining professional placement in the youth teams of large associations. The result of the action so far: 40 youth student teams Meisl still want to reach the number of 100 this year. The authorities show a great deal of understanding of the associational education of student footballers, and so there is no doubt that the replacement of Austrian football will be in the spirit of intelligent elements.
The sports department at Ring Café has also been thoroughly expanded. In addition to the leaders of WAC, Austria, Hakoah and Admira, the water polo and boxing managers come here and meet with foreign athletes on a daily basis, in other words, the sports café is going through busy days these days. They deal a lot with Hungarian sports conditions. Komjádi has the greatest authority among Hungarian sportsmen here. “Komit” is loved, valued and admired even by the chiefs, led by the great Hugo, who would love to lure the world’s best water polo specialist to saddle up for football because, according to Meisl, Komjádi is a universal organizing talent. Master Hugo especially likes that Komi, like himself, is never satisfied with the performance of his team, he always finds something to cast on, to improve, "this hard self-criticism is one of the preconditions for success, only a superficial leader can be blinded by his biased and unsupervised triumph." noted Hugo Meisl as the epilogue of his lecture on the greatness of Komjádi.
There is a lot of talk about Hungarian football conditions in the Ring Café lately. The most diligent participants in the Hungarian debate are Jenő Konrád, Vilmos Kertész, who returned from Nuremberg, and László Bus-Fekete, who is preparing for his premiere in Vienna, and Oszkár Dénes, a favorite of the operetta world.
Bus-Fekete's football heart beats for the colors of Újpest; Oszkár Dénes for Hungária.
Jenő Konrád insists that the leading South German teams would do well even in the Austrian league, because they play great fuball in Munich and Nuremberg. However, there is no Hungarian club team, according to Konrád I., which could achieve a better position in Vienna than the sixth place in the table. The excellent Hungarian coach saw Ferencváros play in Hütteldorf — especially Lázár impressed him — and judges the standard of the Hungarian class through Fradi's Viennese form.
Meisl, together with the director of the WAC, Seeman, defends the reputation of the Hungarian club teams, stating that Ferencváros is capable of completely different achievements at home — its defense and attack also need reform.
Hungária did it very cleverly to refresh its team, it will bear fruit, he notes about Hungária. Meisl traces Újpest's period of illness back to temporary disturbances in style change.
Ring Café also noticed the performance of Budai 11. One or two more successes and then the people of Buda can come to Vienna as guests! As for the Hungarian national team, the trend at the Vienna Football Fair is sluggish. There is a consensus that without a midfielder and classic defense, it will be difficult to win against the Czechs, who are traveling to Budapest in a very strong line-up. There is a debate about how to organize a breakthrough team from the Hungarian national team. According to Seemann, with Kalmár, Turay and Teleki, the team's playing power would improve the centre-forward position.
According to Lang, the director of Austria, improving the Hungarian national team is a simple problem. You would have to choose between two alternatives: Orth or Schaffer! In the semester, they would find a standard team, not one, but two. Then you shouldn't be ashamed of them. Kertész II. is also optimistic. He folds that Mariássy has only one fault. They are not experimenting enough with young forces. He clings too much to the names, even though they have repeatedly confirmed that they are no longer the old ones today. There is Hungária, the example of Budai 11. The Hungarian federal captain must follow these as well. "There are already eight first-class grass fields in Vienna. Until there are at least five turf pitches in Budapest, the pace of improvement can only be slow," says Jenő Konrád, who is still struggling with the top performances of last month's Austria-Admira match. Austria's guest game in Budapest will be a sensation, he adds with conviction. Another Sindelar — Sárosi duel!
Gyurka Sárosi is a player with great knowledge, but he has a serious rival for the title of 'best centre-half'. Guess who they are — says Dr. Schwarz, the president of F.K. Austria, a miracle doctor in Vienna. The answer is in chorus: Čambal. Can't Ring Café decide the priority issue in Sárosi or Čambal? The Hungarian-Czech match in Budapest will provide the answer to this exciting question, which has even embarrassed the football sages of Ring Café...