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        		Josef Bican 1943-1944 Národní Liga(Reports):

Národní  Liga 1st: 29/08/1943: 
Slavia Praha - SK Zidenice 4-1 (1-1)
Place: Praha.
Referee: Zouzelka.
Attendance: about 15000.
Manager: Emil Seifert.
Slavia Praha: Finek - Luka, Říha - Průcha, Hampejs, Žďárský - Hemele, Vycpálek, Bican, Kopecký, Vytlacil.
Goals: Kopecký(3), Bican.


Národní Liga 2nd: 05/09/1943: SK Kladno - Slavia Praha 0-4 (0-0) Place: Kladno. Referee: Vymazal. Attendance: about 10000. Manager: Emil Seifert. Slavia Praha: Finek - Luka, Říha - Hampejs, Průcha, Jezbera - Holman, Vycpálek, Bican, Kopecký, Zdarský. Goals: Bican(2), Průcha, Vyepálek.
Národní Liga 3rd: 11/09/1943: Slavia Praha - Pardubice 9-2 (5-1) Place: Praha. Referee: Hermanský. Attendance: about 12000. Manager: Emil Seifert. Slavia Praha: Finek - Luka, Říha - Hampejs, Nozít, Jezbera - Holman, Hemele, Bican, Žďárský, Vytlacil. Goals: Bican(4), Hemele(2), Žďárský(2), Vytlacil.

		    	Prolific:
                
                [Note]: REMEMBER! The ranking is still being updated.
                [Note]: Only Official Matches and for the Main Team.
                Current Record Holder: Gerd Müller.

                1 - Gerd Müller[Germany] - 719 goals & 769 matches
                2 - Ferenc Puskás[Hungary] - 695 goals & 702 matches
                3 - György Sárosi[Hungary] - 449 goals & 503 matches
		    	
		    	League Best GoalScorers(Single Season):

                1 - Archibald Stark 1924-1925(Bethlehem Steel) - 67 goals
                2 - Ferenc Deák 1945-1946(Szentlőrinci AC) - 66 goals
                3 - Dixie Dean 1927-1928(Everton) - 60 goals
                4 - Refik Resmja(Partizani Tirana) - 59 goals
                5 - Ferenc Deák 1948-1949(Ferencváros) - 59 goals
                6 - Josef Bican 1943-1944(Slavia Praha) - 57 goals
                7 - Gyula Zsengellér 1938-1939(Újpest) - 56 goals
                8 - Frederick Roberts 1930-1931(Glentoran) - 55 goals
                9 - William MacFadyen 1931-1932(Motherwell) - 52 goals
                10 - Gyula Zsengellér 1945-1946(Újpest) - 51 goals
                11 - Joseph Bambrick 1929-1930(Linfield) - 50 goals
                12 - Josef Bican 1939-1940(Slavia Praha) - 50 goals
                13 - James McGrory 1935-1936(Celtic) - 50 goals
                14 - Ferenc Puskás 1947-1948(Kispest) - 50 goals
                15 - Lionel Messi 2011-2012(Barcelona) - 50 goals
		    	

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