Date: 1st October 2012 at 1:00pm
Written by:

Ákos Buzsáky has penned a short-term deal with League One Portsmouth.

The Hungarian international has been without a club since his realease from QPR in the summer, and after training with several clubs has settled on a move to Fratton Park.

The League One club have had well-documented financial troubles in recent times, but have managed to capture the midfield playmaker that made in excess of 100 appearances for QPR.

Michael Appleton told the official Portsmouth website: ‘Akos was playing Premier League football last season, but he’s here because he just wants to play football.

‘He’s a very good player who can play off a striker and pick a pass – he’s a fantastic addition to our squad.’


Buzsáky played 18 times for QPR last season – scoring a crucial goal in a home win against Wigan Athletic.

 

Your Comment