Ákos Buzsáky is a Hungarian midfielder player who plays for MTK Hungária, Academica de Coimbra, FC Porto, Plymouth Argyle and Queens Park Rangers. Akos started his career at Grund 1986 FC and won the Hungarian Cup with MTK in 2000. He then joined Porto under José Mourinho for £400,000 in July 2002 and was later loaned out to Portuguese Superliga side Academica de Coimbra for the 2003–04 season. For the 2004-2005 season, he was on loan with Plymouth. He signed on with Queen's Park Rangers for £500,000 in January 2008. On October 1st 2012, he was sent off on a one month deal with the League One outfit- Portsmouth. He made his debut for Hungary in September 2005 and scored his first international goal on 21 November 2007 in a Euro 2008 qualifier. Akos Buzsaky has outstanding individual ability and an is expert with set pieces. He has made a big impact and hit a double-figure tally of goals in 2009-10. He won the Kiyan Prince Goal of the Season award for a side footed lob against Blackpool. Akos is a very skillful and brilliant central midfielder player.