Dukla Prague

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Dukla Prague from the Author: Source Wikipedia. Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 28. Chapters: Dukla Prague footballers, Dukla Prague managers, FK Dukla Prague footballers, Pavel Nedv?d, Marek Heinz, Zden?k asn, Svatopluk Pluskal, Josef Masopust, Josef Obajdin, Jozef Adamec, Radoslav L tal, V clav Kolou ek, V clav Dan?k, P?emysl Bi?ovsk, Ladislav Nov k, Daniel Chigou, Ladislav korpil, Tom Po tulka, Petr Rada, Ivo Viktor, Du an Fitzel, Pavel Hapal, Zden?k Nehoda, Ji N?mec, Franti ek tambachr, Petr Packert, Jan Berger, Jozef Jarabinsk, Edvard Lasota, Bello Babatounde, Jozef Barmo, Stanislav Griga, Tadeusz Kraus, Karel Kolsk, Ladislav V zek, Jaroslav Netoli?ka, G nter Bittengel, Ji Jesl nek, Jan Suchop rek, Ji Novotn, Stanislav trunc, Jozef M der, Emil Pa ick, Milan Luhov, Old?ich Rott, Jan Vorel, Jaroslav Vejvoda, Franti ek afr nek, Milan Dvo k, J n vehl k, Karel Strom k, Karel Jarol m, Lud?k Macela, Bohumil Musil, Ladislav Moln r, Anton n Kinsk, Tom Votava, V clav Ma ek, Zden?k Svoboda, Imrich Stacho, Pavel Chaloupka, Vladim r T borsk, Marek Kincl, Franti ek Vesel, J n Geleta, Franti ek Ipser, Ladislav en ek, Lubom r Blaha, Jaroslav Jare, Jan Fiala, Anton Fle r, Ji Hled k, Jaroslav Borovi?ka, Ond?ej iml, Josef Jel nek, Miroslav Gajd ek, Pavel Kouba, Tom K, J n Koz k, Karol Dobay, Daniel mejkal, Otto Hemele, Roman Sedl ek, Ji ?adek, Michal Kolomazn k, V clav Pavlis, Jaroslav H?eb k, David Mikula, Radim Ne?as, Patrik Gedeon, Zden?k Zik n, Michal Vorel, Jan P zler, Marek Hanousek, Martin Jirou, J n Kapko, Pavel Ha ek, Du an Kab t, Josef Nov k, J n Strausz, Na Julisce, Anton Morav k, J n Zlocha, Jan Hertl. Excerpt: Pavel Nedv?d (Czech pronunciation: born 30 August 1972 in Cheb) is a retired Czech football midfielder. He is one of the most successful Czech players to emerge from the newly formed Czech Republic, winning numerous accolades with Lazio and Juventus, in...

Soccer World 2012 2013

Author: Lorenzo Gravela
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ISBN: 1291275169
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Soccer World 2012 2013 from the Author: Lorenzo Gravela.

The Vale Of Tears

Author: Rabbi Pinchas Hirschprung
Publisher: Azrieli Foundation
ISBN: 1988065216
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The Vale Of Tears from the Author: Rabbi Pinchas Hirschprung. An epic journey across borders, The Vale of Tears chronicles close to two years in the life of Rabbi Pinchas Hirschprung as he seeks an escape route from Nazi-occupied Europe. In this rare, near day-by-day account, Rabbi Hirschprung illuminates what life was like for an Orthodox rabbi fleeing persecution, finding inspiration and hope in Jewish scripture and psalms as he navigates the darkness of wartime to a safe harbour in Kobe, Japan.

Slovakia

Author: Lucy Mallows
Publisher: Bradt Travel Guides
ISBN: 9781841621883
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Slovakia from the Author: Lucy Mallows. Impressively situated on the Danube, Bratislava boasts stunningly-restored Baroque, Rococo and art-nouveau buildings. Beyond the capital visitors will find a country packed with architectural gems, the renowned wooden churches of the Presov region, imposing fortresses, romantic castles and medieval ruins - all within easy reach thanks to an excellent transport system.

Dukla Polish Literature Series

Author: Andrzej Stasiuk
Publisher: Dalkey Archive Press
ISBN: 1564786943
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Dukla Polish Literature Series from the Author: Andrzej Stasiuk. Stasiuk’s masterpiece—in line with the work of Danilo Kis and countryman Bruno Schulz—is finally made available in English in a stunning translation by Bill Johnston. At several points in the haunting Dukla, Andrzej Stasiuk claims that what he is trying to do is “write a book about light.” The result is a beautiful, lyrical series of evocations of a very specific locale at different times of the year, in different kinds of weather, and with different human landscapes. Dukla, in fact, is a real place: a small resort town not far from where Stasiuk now lives. Taking an usual form—a short essay, a novella, and then a series of brief portraits of local people or events—this book, though bordering on the metaphysical, the mystical, even the supernatural, never loses sight of the particular time, and above all place, in which it is rooted. Andrzej Stasiuk is one of the leading writers of Poland’s younger generation, and is currently one of the most popular Polish novelists in English translation.

Dukla Prague Footballers

Author: Source Wikipedia
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ISBN: 9781155443911
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Dukla Prague Footballers from the Author: Source Wikipedia. Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 48. Chapters: Antonin Kinsky, Anton Fle ar, Anton Morav ik, Bello Babatounde, Daniel mejkal, Du an Fitzel, Du an Kabat, Edvard Lasota, Emil Pa icky, Franti ek Ipser, Franti ek afranek, Franti ek tambachr, Franti ek Vesely, Gunter Bittengel, Imrich Stacho, Ivo Viktor, Jan Berger (footballer born 1955), Jan Fiala, Jan Geleta, Jan Hertl, Jan Kapko, Jan Kozak (footballer born 1954), Jan Strausz, Jan Suchoparek, Jan vehlik, Jan Zlocha, Jaroslav Borovi ka, Jaroslav H ebik, Jaroslav Netoli ka, Ji i adek, Ji i Hledik, Ji i Jeslinek (born 1962), Ji i N mec, Ji i Trnka (footballer), Josef Jelinek, Josef Masopust, Josef Novak, Josef Obajdin, Josef Vacenovsky, Jozef Adamec, Jozef Barmo, Jozef Jarabinsky, Jozef Moder, Karel Jarolim, Karel Strom ik, Karol Dobay, Ladislav Hlava ek, Ladislav Molnar, Ladislav Novak, Ladislav Vizek, Lubo Urban, Lud k Macela, Marek Heinz, Marek Kincl, Michal Vorel, Milan Dvo ak, Milan Luhovy, Miroslav Gajd ek, Old ich Rott, Otto Hemele, Pavel Chaloupka, Pavel Hapal, Pavel Kouba, Pavel Nedv d, Petr Packert, Petr Rada, P emysl Bi ovsky, Radoslav Latal, Roman Sedla ek, Stanislav Griga, Stanislav Pelc, Stanislav trunc, tefan Horny, Svatopluk Pluskal, Tadeusz Kraus, Toma K i, Toma Po tulka, Toma Votava, Vaclav Dan k, Vaclav Kolou ek, Vaclav Ma ek, Vaclav Pavlis, Vladimir Taborsky, Zden k Nehoda, Zden k asny, Zden k Svoboda, Zden k Zikan. Excerpt: Pavel Nedv d (Czech pronunciation: ( listen); born 30 August 1972 in Cheb is a retired Czech football midfielder. He is one of the most successful Czech players to emerge from the newly formed Czech Republic, winning numerous accolades with Lazio and Juventus, including the last ever Cup Winners' Cup. Widely regarded as one of the finest midfielders of the modern era, he was the recipient of the prestigious Ballon d'Or in 2003, only the second Czech player to receive this honour, and the first since the breakup of Czechoslovakia. He was also the recipient of the 2nd Golden Foot award in 2004. Nedv d was a key member of the Czech Republic team, which reached the final of Euro '96, during which he garnered much international attention. He was later given the international captaincy. Well known for his energy and tireless runs, refined dribbling, as well as his powerful shooting and goal scoring abilities, Nedv d was nicknamed Furia Ceca ("The Czech Fury," an Italian wordplay on the phrase Furia Cieca, meaning "Blind Fury") by Juventus fans. Nedv d retired after the 2008-09 season after 19 years as a professional. He played 507 club games, scoring 146 goals, and was capped 91 times for the Czech Republic, scoring 18 times. Born in the town of Cheb and raised in the nearby town Skalna, Nedv d began his football career in his native Czechoslovakia. A football fanatic from a young age, Nedv d began playing for his home team, Tatran Skalna, in 1977, aged just 5. He then moved on to Ruda Hv zda Cheb in 1985, playing just one season there, before playing for 5 years with Skoda Plze . In 1990, Nedv d arrived in Prague, his nation's capital. Nedv d initially signed for Dukla Prague, but played only one season with the outfit before being snapped up by the more prestigious Sparta Prague. With Sparta, Nedv d won one Czechoslovak First League and two Gambrinus liga titles, as well as one Czech Republic Football Cup. Nedv d's performances at Euro 1996, including a goal in the grou

Fk Dukla Prague Players Antonin Holub Dani Chigou David Mikula David Radosta Donat Laczkovich Filip Rada Franti Ek Knebort Ivan Lietava

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Fk Dukla Prague Players Antonin Holub Dani Chigou David Mikula David Radosta Donat Laczkovich Filip Rada Franti Ek Knebort Ivan Lietava from the Author: Source Wikipedia. Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 26. Chapters: Antonin Holub, Dani Chigou, David Mikula, David Radosta, Donat Laczkovich, Filip Rada, Franti ek Knebort, Ivan Lietava, Jakub Jakubov, Jakub Sklena (footballer), Jan Brumovsky, Jan Pazler, Jan Svatonsky, Jan Vorel, Ji i Bohm, Ji i Novotny (footballer), Josef Marek, Jose Romera, Lubomir Blaha, Lubo Kalouda, Luka tetina, Marek Hanousek, Martin Jirou, Martin Macha ek, Martin Svoboda, Mat j Mari, Michal Kolomaznik, Michal mid, Michal Vorel, Miroslav Hozda, Miroslav Markovi, Miroslav Podrazky, Ond ej Ku era, Ond ej iml, Ond ej vejdik, Ond ej Vrzal, Patrik Gedeon, Patrik Svoboda, Pavel Ha ek, Pavel Vrana, Peter Mi ic, Petr Maly, Radim Ne as (footballer born 1988), Roman Pivarnik, Toma Berger, Toma Borek, Toma Ku era (footballer born 1984), Toma Kulvajt, Toma Pospi il (footballer), Tomislav Bo i, Vadym Antipov, Vladislav Pal a, Vojt ch Engelmann, Vojt ch P eu il, Zden k Volek. Excerpt: Daniel "Dani" Chigou (born 5 July 1983) is a Cameroonian professional footballer who plays as a striker for FK Dukla Prague. He has had a journeyman career, having played for 13 clubs in his playing career. He has been compared to fellow Cameroonian striker Samuel Eto'o. He played for eight clubs in Italy in a period of seven years. He began his football career in the 2001-02 season in the Italian Serie B with Ternana Calcio, where he played twice without scoring. After moving on, he represented clubs in Serie C1 and Serie C2. In January 2009, Chigou signed for Czech club FK Dukla Prague from Hungarian side Debrecen. He made his first appearance for Dukla in a friendly match against SV Wacker Burghausen on 17 January 2009, scoring two goals. He opened his account in his second competitive game for the club, scoring a hat-trick as Dukla defeated Fotbal Fulnek...