|Full name||Yozhef Yozhefovich Sabo|
|Date of birth||29 February 1940|
|Place of birth||Ungvár, Hungary|
|1959–1969||FC Dynamo Kyiv||246||(42)|
|1970||FC Zorya Luhansk||27||(6)|
|1971–1972||FC Dynamo Moscow||44||(3)|
|1977||FC Zorya Luhansk|
|1978||FC CSKA Kyiv|
|1978–1979||FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk|
|2000–2007||Dynamo Kyiv (vice-president)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Yozhef Yozhefovich Sabo (Ukrainian: Йожеф Йожефович Сабо; Hungarian: Szabó József ) (born 29 February 1940 in Ungvár, Hungary) is a former Soviet football player of Hungarian background. He is baptized as a Greek-Catholic.
However, Sabo became most famous for his coaching, coaching various sides in the late 70s (such as Zorya Luhansk in 1977 and Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk in 1978–1979), he has coached Dynamo Kyiv numerous times (from 1993–1997 and 2004–2005, with breaks in between). He is also arguably the second-most successful coach of the Ukrainian national team, compiling 16 wins and 12 draws in 34 matches as coach of the side in 1994 and 1996–1999. On 20 September 2007 he was appointed as Dynamo Kyiv's manager after Anatoliy Demyanenko resigned. However, Sabo resigned in early November that year due to personal health problems. He left Dynamo Kyiv by the end of 2007 and has no longer been involved with the club since that time.
Awards and achievements
|Olympic medal record|
|Representing the Soviet Union|
|1972 Munich||Team competition|
- USSR Championship: 1961, 1966, 1967, 1968
- USSR Cup: 1964, 1966
- Participant of World Cup 1966
- In the list of the 33 best players — 5 times (twice №1)
- (Ukrainian) Verbytsky, I. Yozhef Sabo: In Moscow I was constantly called fascist. UA-Football. 4 March 2015.
- (Russian) Collection of articles and biography at the RussiaTeam