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    Hungary's goalkeeper retires from international football

    The 40-year-old goalkeeper retires from the national team

    Baku. 3 August. REPORT.AZ/ Hungary goalkeeper Gabor Kiraly has confirmed he is retiring from the national team after 18 years of service following a fine Euro 2016 campaign.

    Report informs, the 40-year-old former Crystal Palace goalkeeper – who also spent brief spells at Fulham and West Ham – rolled back the years with some scintillating displays in France as Hungary reached the last 16 of the competition.

    Kiraly has now called time on his international efforts after a Hungarian record of 107 matches.

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