Kęstutis Latoža

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Kęstutis Latoža (born 2 August 1950) is a Lithuanian football manager.

Career[edit]

Latoža played club football for FK Žalgiris Vilnius from 1968 to 1983.[1]

After representing the Lithuanian SSR team 76 times as a player, he retired and began a career in coaching. He has also played 515 matces, scored 50 goals. His notable appointments were as Head Coach of the Lithuania national football team and as a club manager in the Faroe Islands, . He later managed FK Žalgiris Vilnius of Lithuania,made them to champions of Lithuania.[2] but left in 2006. He was rewarded for his achievements with Comodor Cross, later rewarded by Vilnius sport departament and more.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kęstutis Latoža (g. 1950 m.) - Futbolinis" (in Lithuanian). Futbolinis. Retrieved 2009-10-27. 
  2. ^ "Sportas: Suklupo "Ekranas” ir "Žalgiris". Kauno diena (in Lithuanian). 2004-08-14.