František Koželuh

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František Koželuh
Personal information
Full name František Koželuh
Date of birth 3 July 1885
Place of birth Prague, Austro-Hungary
Date of death 12 March 1946
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
DFC Prague
1915–1916 Sparta Prague
1923 Sparta Prague
Teams managed
1905–1911 Sparta Prague (assistant)
1911–1912 Cracovia[citation needed]
1913–1915 HAŠK Zagreb
1924 Cracovia[citation needed]
1926 Cracovia[citation needed]
1928–1929 Polonia Warsaw
1929 Wisla Krakow
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

František Koželuh (1885–1946) was a Czech football player and manager.

Club career[edit]

Koželuh played most of his playing career in Prague with Sparta.

Coaching career[edit]

He started as assistant of John William Madden at Sparta Prague between 1905 and 1911.[citation needed]Then, he coached Sparta Prague in the 1911–12 season. Later, he moved abroad, to Yugoslavia, where he coached Croatian side HAŠK Zagreb between 1913 and 1915.[citation needed]Next he coached Polish side Wisla Krakow between 1929 and 1934.[citation needed]

Honours[edit]

HAŠK
  • Croatian championship: 1912[1]

References[edit]