Dušan Radolský

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Dušan Radolský
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Personal information
Date of birth (1950-11-13) 13 November 1950 (age 68)
Place of birth Trnava, Czechoslovakia
Youth career
1958–1971 Spartak Trnava
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1971–1972 Banská Bystrica
1972–1973 Dukla Tábor
1973 Dukla Kroměříž
1973–1975 Spartak Trnava
Teams managed
1986–1987 Sereď
1987–1989 Agro Hurbanovo
1989–1990 PNZ Senec
1992–1993 Dunajská Streda
1993–1994 Cheb
1994–1995 Sigma Olomouc
1995–1996 Košice
1996 Hradec Králové
1996–1997 Žilina
1998–2000 Slovakia U21
1998 Slovakia (caretaker)
1999–2000 Bardejov
2000–2001 Al-Shabab
2001–2002 1. FC Synot
2002–2003 Slovan Bratislava
2003–2005 Dyskobolia Grodzisk
2006–2007 Banská Bystrica
2007–2008 Ruch Chorzów
2008–2009 Žilina
2009 Polonia Warszawa
2010–2011 Spartak Trnava
2011–2012 LKS Nieciecza
2013 LKS Nieciecza
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Dušan Radolský (Slovak pronunciation: [ˈduʃan ˈɾadɔlskiː]; born 13 November 1950) is a Slovak former football player and manager.

He has previously managed Polish top flight teams Groclin and Ruch Chorzów. In 2005, under Radolsky, Groclin won the Polish Cup for the first time in their history and he was made an honorary citizen of the local town, Grodzisk Wielkopolski.

During 1998 he spent a short time as interim coach of the Slovakia national football team.[1] In October 1999 the Slovak Under-21 football squad, under Radolsky, defeated Azerbaijan U21s 3-0 to win its qualifying group for the European championships.[2] The team was eventually among the top four that qualified for the Sydney 2000 Olympics.

Honours[edit]

Manager[edit]

Slovakia U-21

Groclin Grodzisk

MŠK Žilina

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