|File:Iosif Petschovschi (1952).jpg|
|Full name||József Pecsovszky / Iosif Petschovschi|
|Date of birth||2 July 1921|
|Place of birth||Timişoara, Romania|
|Date of death||6 October 1968(aged 47)|
|Height||1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)|
|Playing position||Attacking midfielder|
|1946–1951||FC UTA Arad||94||(34)|
|1955–1961||FC UTA Arad||133||(35)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
József Pecsovszky or Iosif Petschovschi (2 July 1921 – 6 October 1968), was a Romanian football player with Hungarian nationality. His nickname was Peci. He could play in any position on the pitch, he was even goalkeeper once.
Petschovschi played in the Hungarian Football Championship between 1941 and 1944 under the name of József Perényi, winning the Hungarian title with Nagyváradi AC, and played three times for Hungarian national team.
His fame was such that in 1946 a Hungarian footballer tried, and even did so for a short while, to steal Petschovschi's identity, when he recommenced himself as the real Petschovschi in order to sign a contract with RC Strasbourg of France.
In 1952 he became the first footballer to receive the title of Master of Sport. He was also the first Romanian footballer to be called to play for a World Team alongside the biggest names of football.
Petschovschi coached UT Arad during the 1962-63 season.
- Oroszhegyi Károly: Pecsovszky – das blonde Wunder, Neue Banater Zeitung, 1978.
- Oroszhegyi Károly: Csala, a Szőke Csoda, Jelenkor kiadó, 2000.
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