TJ Sokol Dolná Ždaňa

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Sokol Dolná Ždaňa
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Full name TJ Sokol Dolná Ždaňa
Founded 1966
Dissolved 2012 (became FK Pohronie)
Ground Štadión Dolná Ždaňa,
Dolná Ždaňa
Ground Capacity 1,000
Chairman Slovakia Bohumil Glezgo
Manager Slovakia Martin Babinec
League 3. liga
2011–12 3. liga, 5th
Website Club home page

TJ Sokol Dolná Ždaňa was a Slovak football team, based in the town of Dolná Ždaňa. The club was founded in 1966. In the summer of 2012, TJ Sokol Dolná Ždaňa merged with FK Žiar nad Hronom to form FK Pohronie.[1]

Recently squad (30.6.2012)[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Slovakia GK Roman Packo
2 Slovakia DF Roman Krivjančin
3 Slovakia DF Pavol Kravárik
4 Slovakia DF Zdenko Kamas
5 Slovakia DF Jozef Sekereš
6 Slovakia FW Pavol Orolín
7 Slovakia DF Michal Ondrejka
8 Slovakia MF Ján Pinka
9 Slovakia FW Filip Zvara
10 Slovakia FW Michal Páleník
No. Position Player
11 Slovakia DF Pavol Puliš
12 Slovakia MF Mário Sepeši
13 Slovakia MF Zdenko Cimerman
14 Slovakia MF Dušan Bublák
15 Slovakia MF Filip Vajda
16 Slovakia MF Jozef Arvaj
17 Slovakia MF Ján Žiak
18 Slovakia FW Jaroslav Rendek
19 Slovakia DF Martin Tomáš
20 Slovakia GK Ondrej Jančok

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Futbalové kluby Žiaru a Dolnej Ždane vytvorili FK Pohronie" (in Slovak). Žiar nad Hronom. 1 June 2012. Retrieved 8 November 2014. 

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