The 42-year-old Bozsik replaces Lajos Détári who left the Szombathely club in September. Bozsik led ZTE to the Hungarian title in 2002 and then a 1-0 victory against Manchester United FC in the first leg of a UEFA Champions League qualifier, although they were heavily beaten in the return at Old Trafford.
Son of the legendary József Bozsik, a FIFA World Cup runner-up with Hungary in 1954, Bozsik said: "Everywhere I have worked I have succeeded in playing creative and successful football. The aim here is the same." In his first act as coach, Bozsik has brought Brazilian forward Alex Monken Arruda to Haladás, who are currently ninth in the 12-team Hungarian top flight.
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