List of Foreign Scottish Premier League Players - Hungary

Hungary

  • János Balogh – Heart of Midlothian – 2008–2011
  • Ferenc Horváth – Livingston – 2004–05
  • Attila Kriston – Livingston – 2004–05
  • János Mátyus – Hibernian – 2002–03
  • Dénes Rósa – Hibernian – 2009
  • Thomas Sowunmi – Hibernian – 2006–07
  • Krisztián Vadócz – Motherwell – 2007
  • Gábor Vincze – Livingston – 2005–06

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