Milan Černý (born 16 March 1988) is a Czech football player who currently plays for Czech club FK Dukla Prague.
Černý began his career with
SK Slavia Prague on youth side, he played his first game in the Gambrinus liga on 14 May 2005 against 1. FK Příbram. In May 2006, his career was halted due to a knee injury. [1 ]
In July 2011, he signed a contract with
Turkish club Sivasspor. He returned to the Czech Republic in September 2013 and signed a one-year deal with [2 ] FK Dukla Prague. [3 ]
International career [ edit ]
Černý was a member of the
Czech under-21 team. He represented the team at the 2011 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship.
Černý made his debut for the Czech national team as a substitute in the 1-2 friendly loss to Turkey on 22 May 2010. He also scored his first goal in the same match. He made three appearances for the national team in 2010, but none since.
References [ edit ]
^ Stats at Idnes.cz
^ "Odchody Čelůstky a Černého ze Slavie do Turecka ještě potvrzeny nebyly". idnes.cz. 19 July 2011 . Retrieved 14 August 2011. (Czech)
^ Slavia? Ne, Černého nakonec ulovila Dukla. Podepsal roční smlouvu, iDNES.cz, Retrieved 2013-09-11 (Czech)
External links [ edit ]