|Tarikh lahir||17 September 1944|
|Tempat lahir||Budapest, Hungary|
|Tarikh kematian||16 Julai 2011 (umur 66)|
|Posisi permainan||Penjaga gol|
|1962-1964||Veszprémi Haladás Petőfi|
|1964-1974||Budapest Honvéd FC||240||(1)|
|1987-1988||Budapest Honvéd FC|
|1996-1997||Kispest Honvéd FC|
|* Kemunculan kelab senior dan gol dikira untuk liga tempatan sahaja .
† Kemunculan (Gol).
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Sebagai seorang pemain remaja, beliau telah bermain untuk kelab Hungary paling terkenal, Ferencvaros, dan beliau juga menunjukkan kemahiran beliau di dalam kelab Honved dan MTK Budapest, kedua-dua adalah belah Divisyen Perdana Hungary. Sebagai seorang penjaga gol berkemahiran tinggi, beliau telah bermain banyak permainan bagi pasukan remaja kebangsaan Hungary, begitu juga dengan 13 dan pasukan-pasukan kebangsaan senior A. Selepas zaman bermainnya tamat, beliau menghabiskan kebanyakan masa beliau menunjuk ajar dan mengajar pemain-pemain muda di paras tertinggi.
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From 1977 to 1982, he worked as the coaching director for the MTK Budapest's youth programme, and from 1982 to 1986 he was the Youth Coach Director for the pasukan bola sepak kebangsaan Hungary. As one of his greatest achievements on that level, under his coaching and guidance, the Under-18 National Team of Hungary, captured the European Youth Championship in Moscow, in 1984.
Before moving on to the senior level, Bicskei successfully completed the, work, and graduated at the world renowned soccer academy in Cologne, Germany in 1986. He is one of just a few Hungarian-born coaches who was able to earn one of the most respected coaching diplomas in the world.[petikan diperlukan] While in Germany, he also studied philosophy, and learned to speak excellent German.
In 1987/88 Bicskei become head coach of Honved Budapest, (that year, Honved won the National title and the Hungarian cup) and his professional career was off to a flying start. In 1989 he, was selected to coach the senior national team of Hungary. In 1991 he could not refuse a challenging offer from South Korea and he became head coach of Busan I'ParkDaewoo Royals. Under his direction, the club won the national title, and he was voted, manager of the year award in South Korea. From 1992 to 1994 he coached club FC Luzern in Switzerland. In the 1995/96 he returned home briefly to coach MTK Budapest.
Bicskei packed his suitcase again in 1995, this time to Saudi Arabia where he coached the Al-Riyadh club in the 1995/96 seasons. During his stay in Saudi Arabia, he started working on his book, "Preparation of Young Footballs", a soccer achievement that not only complements, but also challenges everything that was written thus far on teaching young soccer players to achieve the highest level. After returning home, he coached Honved Budapest once again, 1996/97 seasons, and he was technical director at RABA ETO Gyor in the 1998/99 seasons.
Between 1998 and 2001 he served his second stint as the national coach of Hungary, later becoming the technical director of the Hungarian Football Federation between 2006 and mid-2008.
In the second half of 2004, the Football Association of Malaysia selected Bertalan Bicskei, to succeed Allan Harris. Bicskei led the national side to third place at the regional Tiger Cup competition, but was demoted to youth development duties by FAM for his actions during a friendly against Singapore in Penang on 8 June 2005. Bicskei, disgusted by the standard of officiating, threw a bottle onto the pitch before confronting a Singapore player. In September 2005 the contract was terminated after mutual agreement.
He has an adopted son called Wilson.
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