Ivan Kopecký

Personal information

Date of birth
(1946-01-29) 29 January 1946 (age 71)

Place of birth
Czechoslovakia

Playing position
Midfielder

Youth career

1959–1962
SK Slavia Prague

Senior career*

Years
Team
Apps
(Gls)

1963–1971
Slavia Prague

1972–1980
VP Frýdek-Místek

Teams managed

1983–1984
Bohemians Praha (assistant)

1985–1988
TJ Vítkovice

1988–1989
Slavia Prague

1990–1992
Czechoslovak Olympic team

1992
FC Baník Ostrava

1993–1998
Czech Republic U-21

1998–1999
Petra Drnovice

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Ivan Kopecký (born 29 January 1946) is a Czech football manager and former player.
As a player, Kopecký played five seasons in the Czechoslovak First League for Slavia Prague and one season for Frýdek-Místek, making a total of 137 league appearances and scoring 4 goals.[1]
As a coach, Kopecký led several Czech football clubs. His biggest success as a coach was with TJ Vítkovice. Kopecký led the club in the 1985/1986 season to the Czechoslovak First League championship.[1] Thanks to this achievement, he was selected by the football association as the Czechoslovak Coach of the Year in 1986.
References[edit]

^ a b Jeřábek, Luboš (2007). Ceský a ceskoslovenský fotbal – lexikon osobností a klubu (in Czech). Prague: Grada Publishing. p. 94. ISBN 978-80-247-1656-5. 

External links[edit]

(Czech) SK Slavia Praha profile

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Czechoslovak Coach of the Year

1985: Brückner
1986: Kopecký
1987: Ježek
1988: Ježek
1989: Máčala
1990: Máčala
1991: Uhrin
1992: Uhrin

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SK Slavia Prague – managers

Madden (1905–30)
Štaplík (1930–33)
Konrád (1933–35)
Reichert (1935–38)
Seifert (1939–46)
Pojar (1946–47)
König (1947–48)
Reichert (1949)
König (1950–51)
Seifert (1952–53)
Bican (1954–56)
Rýgr (1956–58)
Forejt (1958)
Rýgr (1959)
Kopecký (1959)
Finek (1959–60)
Forejt (1960)
Rýgr (1960–63)
Finek (1963–64)
Ipser (1964–66)
Fikejz (1966)
Paráček (1966)
Havránek (1966–68)
Nedvídek (1968–69)
Forejt (1969–70)
Rýgr (1970–72)
Linhart (1972)
Vytlačil (1973)
Jareš (1973–79)
Musil (1979–80)
Bouška (1981)
Starý (1981)
Máčala (1982–84)
Jareš (1984–86)
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