Tamás Kádár is a professional football player who was born on March 14, 1990 in Veszprém, one of Hungary’s oldest towns. He is considered as one of Hungary’s best young defenders, who can easily adapt to the centre-back or left-back positions whenever the situation demands.
Tamás Kádár represents Hungary at the international level and began playing for it with the Under-21 team. This defender helped the side through the qualifying stages of the European Championship and was called up to the national senior squad on May 12, 2008.
Tamás Kádár started his football career at the age of fourteen, when he joined the youth team of the Hungarian football club Zalaegerszegi Torna Egylet. He played there for two years, before graduating to its senior team in 2006. Tamás Kádár made his debut for it at the age of sixteen and played fourteen league games, four domestic cup games and two Intertoto Cup games, with one goal to his credit.
In December 2007, Tamás Kádár got the opportunity to try for English Premier League clubs Bolton Wanderers and Newcastle United. On January 8, 2008, he appeared in a reserve match for Newcastle United, following which he went on to sign a four-and-a-half year contract for the club, a deal that was worth £900,000. Tamás Kádár became the third youngster to join the club in the January transfer window after Ben Tozer and Wesley Ngo Baheng, and he was given jersey number 28.