League Summary

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Debrecen3020826934+35687,500Ibrahima Sidibe - 15Norbert Csernyánszki→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Újpest3020557437+37655,133Péter Rajczi - 23Géza Vlaszák→ UEFA Cup via league finish
3Fehérvár3019745224+28644,067Illés Zsolt Sitku - 14Daniel Tudor→ UEFA Cup via cup win 1
4MTK Budapest3018666533+32601,223József Kanta - 18Zoltán Végh
5Tatabánya30118114645+1412,567Márkus Tibor - 19Géza Turi
6Ferencváros30101194338+5413,040Zoltán Jovánczai - 11Szabolcs Kemenes, Lajos SzűcsRelegated 2
7Kaposvár30107133541-6372,533Róbert Zsolnai - 8Szabolcs Balajcza
8Diósgyőr30107133344-11374,067Ferenc Horváth - 8István Kövesfalvi
9Győr3099124750-3361,793Tamás Priskin - 11Saša Stevanović
10Sopron30981339390352,847András Horváth - 11János Balogh→ UEFA Intertoto Cup via league finish 3
11Zalaegerszeg3098134247-5353,033Vilmos Sebők - 10Zoltán Varga
12Pecs3089133741-4331,820Iván Balaskó - 8Herbert Roland
13Honvéd3089133352-19331,707André Alves - 6Iván Tóth
14Rákospalotai EAC3075183059-29261,753Attila Polonkai, Nyerges Krisztián - 7Balázs Farkas
15Vasas30510153247-15251,740Szabolcs Gyánó - 11Gábor NémethRetained 4
16Pápa3057183076-46221,533Ákos Kovrig - 4Lajos SzűcsRelegated

Leaders

Red Cards
1. Attila BöjteÚjpest 3
Vilmos VanczákÚjpest 3
3. Zoltán BalogFerencváros 2
Miklós LendvaiZalaegerszeg 2
Balázs FarkasFehérvár 2
Kovacs Zoltan B • Honvéd 2
Zsolt MüllerPápa 2
Krisztián TimárFerencváros 2
9. Zoltán PintérDiósgyőr 1
Benjamin AngouaHonvéd 1
Csaba BernáthDebrecen 1
Zoltán MolnárVasas 1
Gábor HorváthFehérvár 1
Attila FarkasPápa 1
Péter LipcseiFerencváros 1
Tamás PriskinGyőr 1
Sorin BotisFerencváros 1
András TóthVasas 1
Facsko Balazs • Pápa 1
Róbert KovácsevicsKaposvár 1
Csaba CsizmadiaFehérvár 1
Foldvari Csaba • Rákospalotai EAC 1
Vámosi CsabaDiósgyőr 1
Gaal Laszlo • Pápa 1
Béla VirágDebrecen 1
Janjic Ivan • Vasas 1
Lóránt OláhKaposvár 1
Péter RajcziÚjpest 1
Sallai Balazs • Rákospalotai EAC 1
Aleksandr AlumonaFehérvár 1
Schwarcz Zoltan • Fehérvár 1
Attila PintérKaposvár 1
Zoltán KovácsÚjpest 1
Varga Daniel • Pápa 1
Gábor NagyRákospalotai EAC 1
Mario BožićFehérvár 1
Szabolcs GyánóVasas 1
Bojan LazićFerencváros 1
Tibor HalgasDiósgyőr 1
Zsolt BárányosVasas 1
Gábor FreudÚjpest 1
Norbert TóthÚjpest 1
Géza VlaszákÚjpest 1
Tamás FilóTatabánya 1
Tamás GeriPápa 1
Dave SimpsonPápa 1
Róbert WaltnerVasas 1
Darko PerićZalaegerszeg 1
Igor SzkukalekPápa 1
Balogh Zoltan • Tatabánya 1
Szabolcs UdvariHonvéd 1
Balázs SchranczHonvéd 1
Gábor NagyRákospalotai EAC 1
Norbert KovácsHonvéd 1
Čedomir PavičevićPecs 1
Attila KatonaDiósgyőr 1
Tibor TiszaÚjpest 1
Cseri Gergo • Rákospalotai EAC 1
Zoltán FehérVasas 1
D'Arrigo Guilherme • Pápa 1
Zoltán LiptákPápa 1
Viktor PetrókKaposvár 1
Péter HalmosiDebrecen 1
Attila HullámÚjpest 1
Darko SpalevićZalaegerszeg 1
Clean Sheets
1. Szabolcs BalajczaKaposvár 12
Daniel TudorFehérvár 12
3. Zoltán VéghMTK Budapest 11
4. Zoltán VargaZalaegerszeg 10
5. Norbert CsernyánszkiDebrecen 8
6. Lajos Szűcs2 squads 7
7. Herbert Roland • Pecs 6
8. István KövesfalviDiósgyőr 5
Iván TóthHonvéd 5
Gábor NémethVasas 5
Saša StevanovićGyőr 5

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