Viktor Orbán, leader of Hungary's largest opposition party Fidesz and the country's former prime minister, will coach the soccer team of his hometown Felcsút this weekend, the news portal Index reported. Orbán, 42, is registered as a Felcsút player and holds a Hungarian coaching license, Index said. He will coach the team that is currently in second place in Hungary's second flight against fourth-placed Budakalász on Saturday. Felcsút's previous coach László Nagy was fired following a 3-1 defeat last weekend.
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