Martin Frýdek (born 9 March 1969 in Hradec Králové) is a Czech football manager and former player, whose position was midfielder. He is currently the manager of Czech 2. Liga side FC Graffin Vlašim.
He played for
Czechoslovakia and later the Czech Republic, he played a total of 37 matches and scored four goals internationally. He started his career FC Hradec Králové before moving to AC Sparta Prague. This was followed by an unsuccessful two year stint in Germany at Bayer Leverkusen and MSV Duisburg after which he returned to the Czech 1. Liga, joining FK Teplice. He was forced to leave Teplice in 2003 and joined SC Xaverov.
He was a participant in the
1996 UEFA European Championship, where the Czech Republic won the silver medal. [1 ]
He also represented his country at the
1997 FIFA Confederations Cup in Saudi Arabia, playing one match. [2 ]
He joined Vlašim as manager in the summer of 2012.
He left his post at Vlašim in April 2013, with the club five points above the relegation zone; he was replaced by former team-mate [3 ] Michal Horňák. [4 ]
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