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Slovakian ex-football player Jozef Adamec died

The Slovakian former attacker and coach Jozef Adamec is Monday at age 76, died. That has his former club Spartak Trnava announced. Adamec joined with czechoslovakia at the world CHAMPIONSHIPS of 1962 and 1972.

Adamec made between 1960 and 1974 14 goals in 44 international matches for the czechoslovak national team. At the world cup of 1962 in Chile, where czechoslovakia in the final with 1-3 lost to Brazil, he performed in three group matches, against Spain (1-0), Brazil (0-0) and Mexico (1-3). Adamec was also at the world cup of 1970 in Mexico, where the Czech republic in its group matches against Brazil (1-4), Romania (1-2) and England (0-1) lost.

Adamec crowned seven times to Czech and Slovak champion, five times with Spartak Trnava and two times Slovak republic Prague. He that is four times the topschutterstitel conquered, made a total of 170 competitiedoelpunten.

As a coach, was the former all-star at the helm of various Slovak (Slovan Bratislava, Inter Bratislava, Artmedia Bratislava AS Trencin) and Czech clubs (Bohemians Prague, FK Zlin). From 1999 to 2001 he was the national coach of Slovakia.

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