Monday, May 21, 2007

Dr. Laszlo Sarosi, in action

Extract of article written by the famous Hungarian coach Bela Rajki, published in the International Swimming and Water Polo magazine of 1981#3. Rajki within his series with title “Techniques” was presenting the best players of the World into photo sequential action shots.
"Dr. Laszlo Sarosi, is the player who had the finest ball handling among the Hungarian players in the 60’s and 70’s. He ended his carrier at the end of 1980, although he would still be capable of playing high level Water Polo. His occupation as veterinarian did not allow him to attend the demanding practices necsary for staying in shape. Dr. Laszlo Sarosi, has played 190 games as member of the Hungarian National team in the period between 1966 and 1976. He was the leading figure of his team. The main attributes of his play were; superior ball handling and a unique ability to organize and control, team play. We could say that he was able “to see everything in the field and do anything with the ball”.
Photo: Dr. Laszlo Sarosi, in action, while he executes the “pop shot”.
Source: International Swimming and Water Polo magazine of 1981#3.

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