Football: The Sweeper - They're not all Dennis Bergkamp
Saturday 06 March 1999
legionnaires No 29
VILMOS SEBOK: The 25-year-old Budapest-born defender helped guided his first club, Ujpest Dozsa, to the Hungarian championship, scoring 15 times along the way. Capped 20 times for his country and netting twice, Sebok achieved a lifelong ambition with a dream move to Bristol City in January. Leading by example from the back, he plays his way effortlessly out of defence and occasionally scores vital goals from set-pieces. After captaining Hungary in a recent game against Switzerland, life at Ashton Gate couldn't be sweeter. A tall and majestic player, Sebok occasionally lights up the City attack with spectacular long-range shots. A long standing George Michael fan, according to a Bristol City spokesman, Sebok has brought a touch of East European sophistication to the West Country.
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