Koubek, Grgr and Konta received the Vclav Jry Football Prize

Koubek, Grgr and Konta received the Vclav Jry Football Prize
Koubek, Grgr and Konta received the Vclav Jry Football Prize

Koubek, who celebrated his 71st birthday last week, spent five years as a goal keeper in Sparta during the height of his career. He achieved his first success as a coach in 2015, when he won the league title with Viktori Plze.

Koubek is currently playing for Hradec Krlov, and last season, as a rookie, the team led him to an unprecedented eighth place. In the past, Bank Ostrava, Slavia, Bohemians 1905 and Mlada Boleslav won.

Grgr started his career as a referee at the age of 31. He has been active on the international stage since 1982 and, for example, played in the semi-finals of the then European Championship between Liverpool and Bayern Munich. He played a total of 61 intermediate games. He refereed in the domestic league for 14 years and scored a record 19 derby shots in a game. The eighty-year-old former barrel has approximately 1,000 savings on all accounts.

Ivan Grgr decided

Konta saw it as a football game and sweated the trainer. He later became the futsal coach of the national team, and died in June 1995. During his time with the national team in the 1940s, Konta brought up a number of quality players and coaches and laid the foundations for the later success of Czech futsal.

The article is in Czech

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