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Hungary v Republic of Ireland Tuesday September 26th 2023 

Hidegkuti Nandor Stadium Budapest  KO 19.30 (local time)

Info for fans travelling to Budapest for Hungary v Republic of Ireland September 26th 19.30 (local time)

Please share with any friends or family travelling.  Please note we have done our level best to ensure the details are accurate but we cannot be held responsible for any errors or changes.  If you believe anything to be incorrect please let us know. 

The game will be played in the Hidegkuti Nandor stadium home stadium of MTK Budapest Salgotarjani U. 12-14, 1087 Budapest, Hungary.

The stadium is located in the east of city.

The stadium is easily reached by public transport.  Tram 1 stops less than 200 metres from the entrance and the stop shares a name with the stadium.  Buses 9 & 99 (and others) run close by.  The metro line M2 stops at Puskas Ferenc stadium approx. 18 minutes walk away. 

We expect most fans to arrive via Budapest airport.  Transport options can be found here

https://budapest-international-airport.com/transportation/airport-transfer-to-city/

Tickets for the game are on sale here costing less than 4 euro.

https://mlsz.jegy.hu/program/magyarorszag-irorszag-298/765

Note although Hungary is in the EU it is not in the eurozone.  The local currency, the Hungarian Forint, has an approx. exchange rate of HFF 385 = Euro 1 .  You can withdraw local currency at ATMs or exchange in the many exchange outlets.  Please check exchange rates carefully as they can vary widely.  Credit cards are widely accepted.

Please note the emergency number in Hungary is 112.

We recommend having a scan of your passport on your phone and in your email in case it gets lost or stolen.  This will aid having replacement travel documents issued. 

The Irish Embassy is located at Budapest 1054. Szabadsag ter 7. Bank Center, Platina Tower 2, VI.Floor Budapest.  The public counter is open from 09:30 - 12:30 & 14:30 – 16:30, Monday to Friday.  

If you require consular assistance the Irish embassy in Budapest has an emergency voicemail that is monitored frequently.  Please call +36 1301 4960

The latest DFA guidelines on Budapest and Hungary in general can be found here

https://www.dfa.ie/travel/travel-advice/a-z-list-of-countries/hungary/#:~:text=General%20Travel%20Advice,the%20duration%20of%20your%20stay.

Please remember to behave in a way at all times that reflects the hugely positive image Irish football fans have at home and abroad.     


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Originally posted by Strazdas Strazdas wrote:

Originally posted by Baldrick Baldrick wrote:

Bit part player.  She was part of the leadership group
And she has been around for years and has had tonnes of caps.  

In that case, where were all the Euro and WC qualifications during her long career pre-Pauw? Or is she  claiming that this is a talented squad but admitting that she herself is a useless player?

The squad was getting stronger and stronger over the years and the setup and conditions were getting more professional.  In addition more and more players were turning pro and playing abroad.  This all leads to exposure to elite training etc.  hence improvements in results.  
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Originally posted by Strazdas Strazdas wrote:

Originally posted by Badgersboys9 Badgersboys9 wrote:

Originally posted by Strazdas Strazdas wrote:

Absolutely disgraceful comments from Caldwell. I don't know who is advising her, but putting the boot into a hugely popular and respected figure like Vera is a seriously bad look.

She's also creating huge pressure for the team going forward with her claim that Pauw had zero input into the squad's success over the last two years.
It's still all guesswork re Pauw although sacked from the Dutch role, banned from coaching in the US and now a mutiny against her in her previous role and no contract extension despite the fact she got a team to their first WC.

Now, I'm no detective but it's not exactly difficult to see what the common denominator here is? 

Let's see how hugely popular and respected she is when trying to find a new role. But, maybe everyone who's actually worked with her is wrong and the few fellas on YBIG who have no involvement or knowledge of her are correct? 

I wouldn't be a Stephen Kenny fan but I'd feel really bad for the guy if one of the men's team came out and dissed him like this at a press conference. I don't care what has been going on behind the scenes, you don't trash your manager like that.....it's totally unprofessional, especially from a mere bit part squad member.
I agree, she shouldn't of. That's not the point I was making.

Also, can we not pretend that this doesn't happen in the men's game? There has been numerous instances over the years a lot worse than this. 

People banging on about drama in the women's game when it wouldn't have a patch on the on drama that goes on the mens game. 
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So much drama LOL
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So they were on their way to the World Cup with or without out Pauw but Pauw held them back in the World Cup?

Is that what Caldwell is saying???
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Originally posted by Fruice Fruice wrote:

So they were on their way to the World Cup with or without out Pauw but Pauw held them back in the World Cup?

Is that what Caldwell is saying???


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There's a possibility that Caldwell will be making her final appearance(s) during this camp and that's why she was the one to come out and say what she said. 

Regardless of what they thought, I think the squad should have kept quiet on the situation as they've created a situation where they absolutely have to qualify in the eyes of the general public and the media. Anything else will be solely their fault, whether they had justification to want Pauw gone or not.
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You have no need to say anything just do it on the pitch , silly stuff from the girls or one of them . 
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Caldwell was a bit part player and the bitterness in that interview is shocking. 
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She has 97 caps and has played since 2006.  She is coming to
The end of her career and was used sparingly as a result at the World Cup. She was selected to be part of the leadership by Pauw.  
Does anyone think that what Caldwell has said is not pretty much what the rest of the squad have been thinking.  

Not one player has come out and said Pauw should have been kept on.  In what world is Pauw right and everyone else wrong including previous employer.  Basically the only argument people have in favour of Pauw is that we qualified for the World Cup.   It’s like once you qualify you have freedom to manage in anyway you like. 


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Originally posted by BabbsBalls BabbsBalls wrote:

Women(s football) = Drama.

Yes, I said it.

More drama queens on here.
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Originally posted by BrendanD88 BrendanD88 wrote:

Originally posted by BabbsBalls BabbsBalls wrote:

Women(s football) = Drama.

Yes, I said it.

More drama queens on here.
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Originally posted by Trap junior Trap junior wrote:

Originally posted by Fruice Fruice wrote:

So they were on their way to the World Cup with or without out Pauw but Pauw held them back in the World Cup?

Is that what Caldwell is saying???


Aye

The preparation was sh*t, the analysis was sh*t..everything was sh*t. 

So you're saying there was no Harry Ramsdens challenge out it Oz?
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Originally posted by BrendanD88 BrendanD88 wrote:

Originally posted by BabbsBalls BabbsBalls wrote:

Women(s football) = Drama.

Yes, I said it.

More drama queens on here.

100%. This tread was less active when they were actually playing in the WC.
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Originally posted by Het-field Het-field wrote:

Originally posted by BrendanD88 BrendanD88 wrote:

Originally posted by BabbsBalls BabbsBalls wrote:

Women(s football) = Drama.

Yes, I said it.

More drama queens on here.

100%. This tread was less active when they were actually playing in the WC.
I think that says it all. 
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Originally posted by Baldrick Baldrick wrote:

She has 97 caps and has played since 2006.  She is coming to
The end of her career and was used sparingly as a result at the World Cup. She was selected to be part of the leadership by Pauw.  
Does anyone think that what Caldwell has said is not pretty much what the rest of the squad have been thinking.  

Not one player has come out and said Pauw should have been kept on.  In what world is Pauw right and everyone else wrong including previous employer.  Basically the only argument people have in favour of Pauw is that we qualified for the World Cup.   It’s like once you qualify you have freedom to manage in anyway you like. 

If the Irish players think they would have qualified for the World Cup even without Pauw as manager, they are quite deluded. Do they think they are the Spain or England squad or something? Most small or medium ranked teams need the aid of a very good coach.
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Originally posted by Strazdas Strazdas wrote:

Originally posted by Baldrick Baldrick wrote:

She has 97 caps and has played since 2006.  She is coming to
The end of her career and was used sparingly as a result at the World Cup. She was selected to be part of the leadership by Pauw.  
Does anyone think that what Caldwell has said is not pretty much what the rest of the squad have been thinking.  

Not one player has come out and said Pauw should have been kept on.  In what world is Pauw right and everyone else wrong including previous employer.  Basically the only argument people have in favour of Pauw is that we qualified for the World Cup.   It’s like once you qualify you have freedom to manage in anyway you like. 

If the Irish players think they would have qualified for the World Cup even without Pauw as manager, they are quite deluded. Do they think they are the Spain or England squad or something? Most small or medium ranked teams need the aid of a very good coach.

Of course they do.  It’s a pity they didn’t have one. 
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Originally posted by Baldrick Baldrick wrote:

Originally posted by Strazdas Strazdas wrote:

Originally posted by Baldrick Baldrick wrote:

She has 97 caps and has played since 2006.  She is coming to
The end of her career and was used sparingly as a result at the World Cup. She was selected to be part of the leadership by Pauw.  
Does anyone think that what Caldwell has said is not pretty much what the rest of the squad have been thinking.  

Not one player has come out and said Pauw should have been kept on.  In what world is Pauw right and everyone else wrong including previous employer.  Basically the only argument people have in favour of Pauw is that we qualified for the World Cup.   It’s like once you qualify you have freedom to manage in anyway you like. 

If the Irish players think they would have qualified for the World Cup even without Pauw as manager, they are quite deluded. Do they think they are the Spain or England squad or something? Most small or medium ranked teams need the aid of a very good coach.

Of course they do.  It’s a pity they didn’t have one. 

Sounds like Baldie got knocked back from Vera Broken Heart
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