I have given interview for uefa.com. here it is:
His country's leading appearance-maker with 103 caps, Gábor Király is within days of becoming the first 40-something (provided the Republic of Ireland's Shay Given does not get there first), and the oldest player ever, to take part in the UEFA European Championship – but still, most fans know him best for his trousers.
Known as 'Pyjama Man' for his habit of wearing baggy, grey tracksuit bottoms, he once explained his unusual outfits thus: "I'm a goalie, not a top model. It's essentially a question of comfort. I've played on clay or grass that's been frozen in winter; it makes your legs hurt when you dive so jogging bottoms seemed obvious.
"I always take a size above to facilitate movement. I tried shorts during my spells in Germany and England but it didn't suit me. The end result is more important than your look."
However, while his look may have turned heads, his team-mates and his coaches have always known Király as a serious sportsman. "For a defender it always means a lot to have a highly-experienced goalkeeper behind him," Hungary left-back Mihály Korhut told EURO2016.com.
"He is 40, so he has played in a lot of matches, but even for him it is a fantastic experience to be here at the EURO, since it's been a long time since we qualified for a major finals."