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Gyorgy Toth

Professional football from 1937-1952

Salgotarján, a small city in north territory in Hungary he started playing football, soccer but the nostalgi brought him back to Szeged where he born in 1936. Enlisted (voluntarily) join the army. 1937 The Army began to take note of his soccer skill. He was not a starter goalkeeper in this team at the beginning. However SZEAC took him as number one in 1938 and finished third in Hungarian first division championship
Later a Budapest team was interested of his goal keeping a famous team GAMMA
Since the Gamma military factories were not able to sign him as a soldier, he been exempted from the military. Later he was playing for these soccer clubs Gamma Szeged FC FC UTE will MTK and Diósgyőr goalkeeper. 1939 and 1948, and for 15 games kept the goalkeeper job for the hungarian national team.

from Albert to-Zsak book writes: "Toth George is very high quality skilled goalkeeper known for football nation. Flexibility particularly large and exceptional reflexes seemed exceptional. He could show rarely seen actions thanks to his brilliant capibilities. Saved hopeless shots blocked a way of a multitude of reflex saves of higher-ups and rapid movements, quick catlike dives. His positioning and ball handling also been exemplary.
Modern conception played: leave the goal line boldly fiercely.
Popeye's nickname known among the most outstanding goalkeepers. Best performance in the first caps on the occasion of 24 September 1939 match against Germany 5:1 he showed his talent. Newcomer existence of the field was one of the best. "As a rookie he was the Best on the field"
After the WWII the Ujpest Football Club UTE signed him as number one, to the team as

                              Balogh II - Szucs - Laborcz 
                                    Kirádi - Nagymarosi
                        Egressy - Szusza - Varnai - Zsengellér - Nyers

Nyers defected to France, and to Italy Zsengellér "defected"
AS Rome so one wanted a treatment of Ujpest and the communist system. Szucs was killed by failed attempt to leave.

This Ujpest had 45 game winning strake best of that time, setting a  record what still stands. 

Match 30: Ujpest (Hungary, 1945-46)
26 Match: Ajax (Netherlands,
Match 25: FTC (
Hungary, 1931-32)
25 Match: Ajax (Netherlands, 1995)
25 match: Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukraine, 2012)
24 Match: Coritiba (Brazil, 2011)
23 Match: Crvena
Zvezda (Serbian, 2000)

With Ujpest  in 1945 (post war) won the championship MÁVAG 7: 0 and 12: 3 The defending champion dominated by purple and white after the 1945-46 championship notice also won all championship game  between 23 September 1945 and 26 May 1946. It's also been at all competitive games since the Hungarian Cup was not out of the post-World War II Europe is also a disruption in the international struggle (as in the Central European Cup, which is only held again in 1951).

Finished carrier in Diosgyor 1952, than coached pro football in Budapest, Szallitok, Penzugyor, Gazmuvek than the National Team of Mali 1970-74. With VAC reached the best of 8 in Hungarian Cup 1975. Retired and visited son Zoltan in New York and San Diego as well.

Zoltan Toth

Professional soccer from 1977-1992

1975 to 1979 Ujpesti Dozsa Budapest. Best goalkeeper and soccer player in 1979.Hungarian National Selected to play in the 1978 Argentine World Cup, and Olympic team. Played for UEFA, and Champions Cups. Hungarian National Champion 1977-78 and 1978-79. Defected to USA from Spain Cadiz in 1979 August.

1979 to 1984 New York Arrows Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, New York. 1980-1981, 1981-1982 MISL Champion. Best records set in winning percentage, and GAA. Became All-Star 1983 and 1984. Goalkeeper of the year in 1983.

1984 to 1985 San Diego Sockers Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego, CA. Professional soccer player. Division champions in NASL. In 10 regular games, reached 7 clean sheet.

1984 to 1990 San Diego Sockers, Sports Arena, San Diego, CA. Champion 1985-'86-'88-'89-'90. Record set 1988 in 2.98 GAA. Goalkeeper of the year 1988. Still hold records in winning percentage, playoff wins, championship achieved by a goalkeeper in USA. Goalkeeper of the ’80 decade award winner. 1990 to 1992 St. Louis Storm, St. Louis Arena, St. Louis, MO. Professional soccer player. Set carrier high wins in the season with outstanding 24 wins - 10 loss in regular season.


1984 to 1990 San Diego Sockers Youth Soccer Programs San Diego, CA. Youth Soccer Professional coach Coaching soccer teams, organizing camps.1980 to 1982 Geza Henni Goalkeeper School Rhode Island University Goalkeeper coach Professional goalkeeper instructions.1990 to 1992 American All-Stars Co., San Diego, CA. Youth Sports Athletic Director Responsible for team clinics, goalkeeper training. 1992 to 1993 Full time professional coach. San Diego, California San Dieguito Surf U-16 boys and U-9 girls head coach. 1993 to 1996 coach of the Encinitas Express U-11 boys teams 1997 to present coach of the Fallbrook Fury Soccer Club U-14 boys. Temecula's TMSC and TVSA Goalkeeper coach


EE diploma in Hungary Kando Kalman Electrical Engineer Budapest, Hungary. Major: Telecommunication, 1977 Computer and data communication. Landler Jeno Telecommunication High Budapest, Hungary Major: Telecommunication, 1974 Computer technician.Autocad Design Drafter Muir and Balin Institute of Technology San Marcos, Oceanside, CA.


1993 to 1997 PCPI- Personal Computer Products, Inc. QA&Test Engineer 1997-1998 Imaging Technologies Corporation QA/MIS dept. 1999 Com-Guard.com IT Manager. 2005 editor for Telesis Video,  Imagetechcorp, 2000 to present President of Simplex Security, Inc.


Managing director for American All-Stars, Co. with international experience, to raise American soccer players to the professional soccer level. Organizing International Tours for American Players and Goalkeepers.In March 2013, Tóth was one of six men named to the 2013 class of the Indoor Soccer Hall of Fame.


Chris Toth

High School soccer from 2003-2007

Fallbrook Union High School CA: Freshman and sophomore years played JV and then moved to Varsity junior and senior year.2007 CIF Playoffs 2006 CIF Finals 2003 JV league champions.Graduate of Fallbrook High School, named to the all-county team his junior and senior seasons, and was named to the North County All Stars his senior year.

Professional Indoor Soccer from 2010-Present

The Sockers’ starting goalkeeper, Chris Toth established himself as one of the top keepers in the country during a breakout 2013-14 campaign, and returns hoping to erase any doubt about who is the best in the game.
Starting 15 games last season, Toth posted a 12-3 record and his .735 save percentage was the highest among full-time starters (12 or more starts) in the PASL.
Toth faced the fourth most shots (279) in the league, finished fifth in Goals Against Average (4.89) and was one of only four keepers to record more than 200 saves (205). He earned Honorable Mention all-PASL honors for his performance.
Toth split time in goal with Riley Swift during the 2012-13 season but stepped into the limelight in the Ron Newman Cup playoffs, starting three of the Sockers’ four playoff games including the PASL semi-finals and championship game.
Did not lose in goal for the Sockers during his first three seasons, posting a 17-0 mark in the regular season (15-0 in starts), 4-0 in the playoffs, 4-0 in the FIFRA Championships and 3-0 in U.S. Open Cup games for a 26-0 total mark as a starter.
Shined in goal during the 2012-13 playoffs with a 3-0 record, 46 saves and a 4.96 goals against average.
in 2011-2012, Set a PASL record for lowest goals against average (3.23), a full 2.61 goals per game lower than second place.
In 2010-11, was pressed into the starting lineup for the Sockers’ PASL semi-final against Mexico City, recording the win and adding a pair of assists in San Diego’s 7-3 victory.
Started all four games during the Sockers’ FIFRA Club Championships in Monterrey, Mexico, beating the host Monterrey Flash twice on their own field.
Son of legendary Sockers goalie Zoltan Toth, who had his number 1 retired by the Sockers last season.
Traveled to Hungary in the summer of 2011, training with Ujpest FC, Eger FC and Gyor ETO FC.
Graduate of Fallbrook High School, named to the all-county team his junior and senior seasons, and was named to the North County All Stars his senior year.

U.S. National Beach Soccer Team

Chris has also been the starting keeper for the U.S. National Beach Soccer Team each of the past three seasons including World Cup play and Golden Gloves winner for best keeper for the CONCACAF Beach Soccer World Cup qualifying then competing in the World Cup in Tahiti.


Chris Toth provides goalie training for the Cardiff Mustang, Rancho Santa Fe keepers, and has helped make these keepers some of the best around.

Chris, 25, enjoys working out, fishing, the beach and spending time with his family.

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