At the age of 70, former five-year-old Spartak, the defender of Vojtech Varadin, died 70 years old.
After Ladislav Kuna, Josef Geryk and Vladimir Hagar, he is the fourth football player of ten who owned all 5 main titles. Spartak played 169 matches in the league and scored 11 goals, played 21 matches on the European stage and 5 duels for the Czech-Slovak representation
The youngest champion
The result of all five titles in it former Czech Slovenian football league in red-black colors Spartaka Trnava also boasts the defender Vojtech Varadin. The born in Little Rome (born September 27, 1948) passed through his previous talent search engine and team leader Hudeček and youth coach Bax with all ages from pupils to teens
Thanks to a responsible attitude towards football tasks and perfect lifestyles, he also demonstrated that he could not escape the professional perception of soccer mongol Toni-bach Malatinski, of course at a suitable moment
In the contest of players like Brunovský, Dobiaš, Majerník, Jarábek, Hagar and Zlocha, he patiently waited at a suitable moment and arrived in spring 1968 in the 18th round at Kosice Lokomotíve. In a match like Spartak won a clear 3: 0, he went on for 90 minutes instead of injured Dobiaša and the 19-year-old did not disappoint.
169 matches, 11 goals
In 1975 he played 169 league matches for White Angel and was 11 goals in the league. In addition to the championship titles "Béla", his friends, friends and supporters famously liked Spartacus 1971 to win the Slovak Cup against Slovan Bratislava and Czechoslovakian against Škoda Pilsen and the same triumph in 1975 against AC Nitra) and Sparte Prague
Even in Europe
In Europe he took 21 matches, but failed. The Premiership held in February 1969 home against AEK Athens in PEM when Hagar was substituted in 71 minutes. He then played in duels with Hibernian, Galatasaray, Marseille, Hertha, Cologne, Dinamo Bucharest, Anderlecht, Derby County, Viking Stavanger, Vorošilovgrad and last home with Újpest. He was dissatisfied with Varadin. In the second half, Fekete Fekete fouled in the penalty area, but after the fall he grabbed the ball in his hand, but the English referee Smith instead of fouling a penalty that the kids equalized to the end of 1: 1
He hesitated to represent
Trusted performances with Béla and 1974 he played five official games for the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic – in Prague against the DDR (3: 1), in Bratislava vs Sweden (4: 0 Adamca), in London against England (0: 3) (2: 2) and Tehran against Iran (1: 0).
In summer 1975, he arrived in Bratislava, in the city of the Danube, married and settled permanently. After the war he was in Slovan, where he was withdrawn by the then Malatinský coach. At the end of his career he played in Trnava and Austria for up to 42 years.
On Saturday, August 25, 2018, after a long and severe illness, he died at the age of 70.
He remembers his monument