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László Bölöni Stadium (Front Row View), Târgu Mureș
Targu Mures

This was shot on a warm summer's afternoon in László Bölöni Stadium, Târgu Mureș.

The image depicts the view from the front row onto the overgrown field of the stadium. László Bölöni, a successful footballer and manager, now employed (as of 2014) at the Quatari Al-Khor Sports Club as head coach, was born in Târgu Mureș. That is the reason why this stadium is named in his honour.

Copyright: Lehel Lokodi
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Uploaded: 01/08/2014
Updated: 04/08/2014
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