Sándor Cseh is one of the leading representatives of the younger generation coaches. After accumulating his experience as a player in clubs from Hungary, Switzerland, Germany, and Saudi Arabia, he returned to Szolnok. Since 2008 he first coached the junior divisions before taking over the men’s team in 2015.
The fact, that he was able to achieve every title since his takeover of the head coach position, gives testament to his outstanding abilities as a coach. Hungary’s cup, the championship and this year’s Champions League title (the first in Szolnok’s club history) – he held all of them in his hands. The LEN Super Cup marks the latest addition to his impressive collection.
“The two most important competitions were the World Championships in Hungary and the Champions League Final Six in Budapest. I made my decision based on the performance of the players during these games.”
Hungarian National Player | Club: Szolnoki Vízilabda SC | Position: Goalkeeper
“I think it is obvious that he was the best goalkeeper in the last season. He was selected as the ” Best Goalkeeper for both competitions.”
Serbian National Player | Club: Szolnoki Vízilabda SC | Position: Driver
“He was selected MVP of the Champions League Final Six. In the Serbian national team, he played very well, especially in the semifinal against Croatia, where he scored six goals.”
Croatia Team Captain | Club: Pro Recco | Position: Driver
“It is true that Pro Recco didn’t play in the Champions League final game, but he still performed very well. He was the main character of the Croatian national team at the world championships.”
Hungarian National Player | Club: 2016/17 Szolnoki Vízilabda SC, 2017 Ferencvaros | Position: Driver
“Last year, he became one of the best players in the world. Not just as an athlete, but as a recognizable individual in the water polo domain.”
Croatian National Player | Club: Jug Dubrovnik | Position: Wing / Drive
“Both, at World Championships and in the Champions League Final Six, he defended very well the whole time and scored important goals.”