OTHER The Hungarian footballer Attila Ladinszky (1949 - 2020) is no more. Ladinszky was having problems with his heart. In the 1973-1974 season he became top scorer at Anderlecht with 22 goals.
Anderlecht took Ladinszky away from Feyenoord where he ended up in Western Europe after he played with Tatabanya and Vasas Budapest in his own country. The striker immediately scored the only two goals in the cup final against Standard, the match for which he was actually bought. The following season, Ladinszky (22 goals) became top scorer, followed by Rensenbrink (20 goals). André Denul also scored 11 goals that season. Nevertheless, the flamboyant Hungarian left for Real Betis Sevilla in 1975. Later he returned to Belgium where he played another year at Kortrijk (1978-1979).
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