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Old 07-12-2013, 03:57 PM   #1
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Dinamo Dózsa Badge.

Here is a Badge of the Hungarian Police Football Club "Dinamo Dózsa" dating from 1949-1956. The club was named after revolutionary György Dózsa in 1949 and changed names during the 1956 uprising and then had its name changed again after it had been suppressed. The team was founded on 16th June 1885 and continues to play under the name Újpest Football Club.
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