Jan 25 2011

Slovaks Abroad

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I’ve wanted to do this for a while, and I know it’s going to be a big challenge, but I’m going to try and compile a list of Slovak footballers plying their trade abroad.  For reference purposes I think this will be an interesting exercise!  Any corrections / additions will be very welcome:

Austria:

Dusan Svento – Red Bull Salzburg

Peter Hlinka – Austria Wien

Croatia:

Jakub Sylvestr – Dinamo Zagreb

Cyprus:

Matúš Kozáčik – Anorthosis Famagusta [GK]

Stanislav Velicky – Paphos

Czech Republic:

Jan Gregus – Banik Ostrava

Tomas Kosut – FC Slovacko

Miroslav Filipko – FC Slovacko [GK]

Milos Lacny – Sparta Prague

Karol Kisel – Slavia Prague

Michal Breznanik – Slovan Liberec

Jan Vlasko – Slovan Liberec

Matej Siva – Teplice

Jaroslav Belan – Ceske Budejovice [GK]

Peter Cernak – Ceske Budejovice

Martin Polacek – Brno [GK]

Martin Husar – Brno

Andrej Hodek – Brno

Milos Brezinsky – Viktoria Plzen

Marek Bakos – Viktoria Plzen

Michal Duris – Viktoria Plzen

Lukas Opiela – Mlada Boleslav

Igor Drzik – Bohemians 1905

Jaroslav Beláň – Bohemians 1905 [GK]

Matej Rondoš – Jablonec [GK]

Peter Kostolanský – SK Kladno [GK]

Peter Bartalský – Viktoria Zvizkov [GK]

Tomáš Lovásik – Sigma Olomouc [GK]

England:

Martin Skrtel – Liverpool

Jan Mucha – Everton [GK]

Marek Cech – WBA

Milan Lalkovic – Chelsea

Peter Brezovan – Brighton & Hove Albion [GK]

Lubo Michalik – Carlisle United

France:

Jan Novak – Tours [on loan from Kosice]

Germany:

Miroslav Karhan – Mainz

Radoslav Zabavnik – Mainz

Erik Jendrisek – Freiburg

Peter Pekarik – Wolfsburg

Robert Mak – Nuremberg

Marek Mintal – Nuremberg

Adam Nemec – Kaiserslautern

Greece:

Tomas Belic – Panionios [GK]

Jan Kozak – Larissa

Kamil Contofalsky – Larissa [GK]

Mário Breška – Olympiakos Volos

Peter Doležaj – Olympiakos Volos

Holland:

Frantisek Kubik – ADO Den Haag

Andrej Rendla – Heracles [on loan from Twente]

Zdenko Kapralik – SC Cambuur

Hungary:

Jozsef Gaspar – Vasas

Peter Molnar – Siofok

Branislav Fodrek – Haladás

Ladislav Rybansky – KTE

Mátyás Lelkes – Kaposvár

Otto Szabo – Gyor

Tomas Tujvel – Videoton

Peter Fieber – Honved

Italy:

Marek Hamsik – Napoli

Juraj Kucka – Genoa

Kamil Kopunek – Bari

Martin Petras – Cesena

Tomas Kosicky – Catania [GK]

Martin Petras – Grosetto

Poland:

Erik Cikos – Wisla Krakow

Marian Jarabica – Cracovia

Marian Kelemen – Slask Wroclaw [GK]

Michal Peškovič – Ruch Chorzow

Gabor Straka – Ruch Chorzow

Miroslav Barcik – Polonia Bytom

Peter Hricko – Polonia Bytom

Blazej Vascak – Polonia Bytom

Michal Hanek – Polonia Bytom

Marek Bazik – Polonia Bytom

Csaba Horvath – Zagrebie Lubin

Vladimír Balát – Górnik Zabrze

Robert Jez - Górnik Zabrze

Michal Gasparik - Górnik Zabrze

Miroslav Bozok – Arka Gdynia

Rudolf Urban – Piast Gliwice

Jakub Giertl – Gornik Leczna

Lubos Hajduch – LKS Nieciecza

Richard Zajac – Podbeskidzie Bielsko – Biala

Juraj Dancik – Podbeskidzie Bielsko – Biala

Robert Demjan – Podbeskidzie Bielsko – Biala

Jan Beliancin – Ruch Radzionkow

Jan Frohlich – Sandecja Nowy Sacz

Vladimir Kukol – Sandecja Nowy Sacz

Lukas Janic – Sandecja Nowy Sacz

Romania:

Dusan Kuciak – Vaslui [GK]

Peter Majernik – FC Brasov

Michal Kubala – Gaz Metan Medias

Russia:

Kornel Salata – Rostov

Jan Durica – Lokomotiv Moscow

Martin Jakubko – Dynamo Moscow

Tomas Hubocan – Zenit St Petersburg

Scotland:

Dusan Pernis – Dundee United [GK]

Filip Mentel – Dundee United [GK]

Marian Kello – Heart of Midlothian [GK]

Vladimir Weiss – Rangers

Turkey:

Miroslav Sotch – Fenerbahce

Filip Holosko – BB Istanbul [on loan from Besiktas]

Stefan Senecky – Ankaragucu [GK]

Robert Vittek – Ankaragucu

Stanislav Sestak – Ankaragucu

Marek Sapara – Ankaragucu

Peter Grajciar – Konyaspor

Lubos Kamenar – Sivasspor [on loan from Nantes] [GK]

Ukraine

Lukas Tesak – Lugansk

Lukas Stetina – Metalist Kharkiv

United States

Michal Mravec – Sporting Kansas City

6 responses so far




6 Responses to “Slovaks Abroad”

  1.   James Baxteron 25 Jan 2011 at 12:07 pm

    This must have been tough! Ivan Lietava is back with Zilina.
    Ex-Zilina players Marek Bazik and Miroslav Barcik were in Poland last I heard, I think with Polonia Bytom. And Peter Hlinka, ex-international? He was with one of the Vienna teams, I think Austria Vienna.

  2.   nic konon 26 Jan 2011 at 9:23 pm

    Limassol is not in Greece, but in Cyprus.

  3.   nickkonon 28 Jan 2011 at 12:22 am

    updated: Contofalsky signed for Larissa.

    Thanks for the info about the signing of Jan Kozak for Larissa. Do you know his position and attributes?

  4.   James Baxteron 30 Jan 2011 at 4:48 pm

    nickkon,

    Kozak is a midfielder, tall, lovely passer of the ball, good set-piece delivery. Can look lazy at times. If you want more on him (eg short profile), I could write a couple of paragraphs on his time in Slovakia, national team performances etc. Maybe email Dan and he’ll pass it on.

    Dan,

    We’ve overlooked Adam Nemec, another ex-Zilina player. On Kaiserslauten’s books.

  5.   James Baxteron 17 Feb 2011 at 6:17 pm

    Peter Doležaj is with Breška at Volos (in Greece)

  6.   nic konon 01 Mar 2011 at 6:13 pm

    Breška makes great appearances in Greek super-league and helps his team reach a ‘play-offs’ position.

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