Machala, Milan

* The number of games and goals for a professional club is considered only for various leagues of national championships.
Milan Machala (Czech Milan Máčala; August 4, 1943, Biskupice, Zlin, Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia) - former Czechoslovak footballer, midfielder. He gained great fame as a football coach.
Career
Machala made his debut in professional football at the Gottwald club, subsequently played in various Czechoslovak clubs, but without much success, did not play for the national team. A few years after completing the career of a football player, Machala became the head coach of the Sigma club, then coached a number of Czechoslovak clubs, and in 1990 became the head coach of the Czechoslovak national team, which he coached for three years. In 1994, he left to work in Kuwait, where he headed the national team and the Kazma club. Since then, he has been working with clubs and national teams of the Middle East region. In addition to the Kuwait national team, in different years he led the teams of the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Oman and Bahrain. In addition to national teams, he coached various clubs in Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Qatar. As of the beginning of 2014, he headed the Al-Ahly (Doha) club
Achievements
UAE Champion (1): 2003/04.
AFC Champions League finalist (1): 2005.
Winner Gulf Cup of Nations (1): 1996, 1998.
Coach of the Year in Czechoslovakia (2): 1989, 1990.
Links
Profile on scoresway.com
Profile on weltfussball.de
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UAE National Team - Confederations Cup 1997
1 Juma (c) • 2 A.E. Abdullah • 3 M. Abdullah • 4 al-Haddad • 5 H. Mubarak • 6 Ismail • 7 Alabadla • 8 Adel • 9 Khamis • 10 at-Talyani • 11 Y. S. Ali • 12 Y. Mubarak (c) • 13 Jumaa • 14 H. S. Mubarak • 15 M Ali • 16 Said • 17 Musabah (c) • 18 A.I. Ali • 19 G. Ali • 20 Obaid • Coach: Milan Machala
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Saudi Arabia - Confederations Cup 1999 - 4th place
1 ad-Deaya (c) • 2 al-Jahani • 3 al-Hilayvi • 4 Zubromawi • 5 ad-Davod • 6 al-Harbi • 7 al-Shahrani • 8 al-Havsav and • 9 al-Otaibi • 10 Gahvji • 11 al-Antaif (c) • 12 ad-Sadik (c) • 13 Suleimani • 14 Bin Shenan • 15 al-Subaye • 16 al-Shokiya • 17 al-Wakid • 18 at -Temyat • 19 Idris • 20 Harty • coach: Milan Machala
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Saudi Arabia - Asian Cup 2000 - 2nd place
1 ad-Deaya (c) • 2 al- Jahani • 3 al-Hilayvi • 4 Zubromawi • 5 al-Muvalid • 6 al-Gamdi • 8 al-Hawsawi • 9 al-Jaber • 11 O. al-Dosari • 12 Spirits • 13 al-Sakri • 14 al-Otaibi • 16 al-Shehri • 17 al-Wakid • 18 at-Temyat • 19 Idris • 20 al-Shalhub • 21 al-Antaif (c) • 22 al-Khojali • 23 S. ad-Dosari • 28 A. hell -Dosari • 29 al-Meshal • coach: Milan Machala
p • about • p - Omani - Asian Cup 2004
• 2 al-Nubi • 3 Ayiman Surur • 4 Saeed • 5 Mustahil • 6 Hobais • 8 Badar • 9 Hashim Saleh • 10 Fawzi • 11 Yusuf • 12 al-Maha'jri • 14 al-Muhaini • 16 al-Hinay • 17 al-Heylani • 18 Sultan • 19 Ashur • 20 al-Hosni • 21 al-Muhaini • 22 Jumaa • 23 al-Mahruki • 24 Ali Talib • 25 Khalifa Ayil • 26 al-Khabsi (c) • coach: Milan Machala
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Coaches of the Czechoslovakia national football team
Fanta ( 1920) • Zhabokrtsky and Kalina (1922) • Fanta (1922-1923) • Bezetsny (1924) • Pelican (1924) • Henchl (1925) • Katz (1926) • Kraus (1926-1927) • Henchl (1927-1929) • Kraus (1929) • Henchl (1929) • Pelican and Waluszek (1930) • Przeåõechtel (1930) • Fanta (1930-1931) • Pelican and Petra (1931) • Fanta (1931-1932) • Petra (1932) • Fanta (1932) • Pelican (1933) • Petra (1933) • Bezetsny (1933) • Petru (1933) —1934) • Pelican (1935) • Bezetsny (1935-1937) • Tesarzh (1937) • Meissner (1938) • Blazhey (1939) • Musil (1946) • Pichler (1946-1947) • Valušek and Gürtler (1947) • Pichler (1947) • Vodichka (1948) • Knobloch-Madelon (1948) • Bokshay (1948) • Vodichka (1948) • Dauchik (1948) • Chambal (1949) • Bokshay (1949) • Zhenyoshka (1950-1951) • Musil (1951-1952) • Lanhouse (1952-1953) • Luke (1953) • Luke and Bori (1953) • Bori (1953) • Luke and Bori (1953) • Bori (1953-1954) • Rigre (1954— 1955) • Bokshay (1955) • Rigr (1955) • Rigr and Kola (1956) • Rigr (1956-1957) • Rigr and Bable (1957) • Bable (1957) • Rigr and Bable (1957) • Rigr (1957) • Kola (1958) • Kola and Pulled (1958) • Pulled (1959-1963) • Yira (1963-1964) • Pulled (1964) • Yira (1964-1965) • Marco (1965-1970) • Rigre (1970) • Novak and Kachani (1971-1972) • Hedgehog (1972-1978) • Wenglosh (1978-1982) • Havranek (1982-1983) • Hadamchik (1984) • Havranek (1984) • Masopust (1984-1987) • Wenglos ( 1988-1990) • Machala (19 90-1993) • Yezhek (1993)
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Coaches of the Kuwait national football team - Osman (1955) • Taha (1957) • Mayevsky (1958) • Brochich (1962) • al Vakhsh (1964) • Tadich (1966–69) • at-Tuki (1970) • Brochich (1971–73) • Nasser (and. o.) (1973) • Brochich (1973–75) • Zagallo (1976–78) • Zakaria (acting) (1978) • Parreira (1978–83) • Antonio Lopez (1983–85) • Allison (1985 —86) • Zakaria (acting) (1986) • Mesei (1986–87) • Vieira (1987–88) • Armstrong (1988–89) • Pereira (1989) • Otasilio (1989–90) • Scolari ( 1990) • Karim (acting) (1990) • Lorus (1990–92) • Campos (1992–93) • Rodriguez (1993) • Maksid (1993) • Lobanovsky (1994–96) • Machala (1996–99 ) • Ugrin (1999-2001) • Vogts (2001-02) • Avramovich (2002-03) • Karpezhiani (2003-04) • Ibrahim (2004) • Pavkovich (2005) • Ibrahim (acting) (2005) • Stoikitse (2005–06) • Zakaria (2006–07) • Gachanin (2007–08) • Ibragi (acting) (2008–09) • Tufeggić (2009—13) • Vieira (2013–14) • Maalul (2014 – present)
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Coaches of the UAE national team in football - Sheita (1972–73) • Garib (1973) • Sheita (1973–74) • al-Sherbini (1975) • Garib (1975–76) • Tadic (1976) • Revi (1977–80) • Mohajerani (1980–84) • Parreira (1985–88) • Zagallo (1989–90) • Blyaut (1990) • Parreira (1990) • Lobanovsky (1990–93) • Piechnicek (1993–95) • Ivich (1995–96 ) • Sandry (1997) • Machala (1997) • Sandry (1998) • Keyrosh (1998–99) • Yurichich (1999) • Masfar (2000) • Michel (2000-01) • Sacre (2001) • Royce (2001) • Bonfrere (2001-02) • Hodgson (2002-04) • de Mos (2004-05 ) • Lawyer (2005) • Metsu (2006–08) • Batene (2008–09) • Katanets (2009—12) • Mesfer (acting) (2012—2013) • Madhi (2012—)
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Coaches of the national football team of Saudi Arabia - Fawzi (1957–62) • Shawash (1962–70) • Seknas (1970–72) • Ismail (1972–74) • Vashash (1974–75 ) • Puskas (1976–77) • McGarry (1977) • Allison (1978) • Wallit (1979) • Minelli (1980) • Zagallo (1981–84) • Az-Zayani (1984–85) • Tastilo (1985–86 ) • Osvaldo (1987) • Galletti (1988) • Borras (1988) • Parreira (1988–90) • Mass (1990–91) • Garcia (1991–92) • Veloso (1992) • Candido (1993) • Benhacker ( 1993-94) • al-Karashi (1994) • B Ortmann (1994) • Solari (1994) • al-Karashi (1995) • The Mario (1995–96) • Vingada (1996–97) • Pfister (1997–98) • Parreira (1998) • al-Karashi (1998— 99) • Pfister (1999) • Machala (2000) • al-Johar (2000) • Santrach (2001) • al-Johar (2002) • van der Lem (2002) • Kopman (2002) • van der Lem (2002— 04) • Calderon (2004–2005) • Package (2005–07) • dos Anjos (2007–08) • al-Johar (2008–09) • Peseiro (2009—2011) • al-Johar (2011) • Raikard ( 2011–13) • Lopez Caro (2013–2014) • Olaru (2014–2015) • van Marweik (2015–)
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Coaches of the Oman national football team al-Hafaji ( 1974–76) • Smith (1979) el-Diab (1980–82) • el-Meliti (acting) (1982) • Paulo Enrique (1984) • Clemente (1986) • Vitorio (1986–88) • Heddergott (1989–90) • Blyaut (1988) —89) • Patzke (1990–92) • Mojajerani (1992–94) • Rashid Jaber (1995–96) • el-Gohari (1996) • Wenglosh (1996–97) • Porterfield (1997) • Shahrokhi (1997–98 ) • Vieira (1998–99) • Torres (2000–01) • Machala (2001) • Stange (2001) • Rashid Jaber (acting) (2002) • Machala (2003-05) • Yurichich (2005-06 ) • al-Azani (acting) (2006) • Machala (2006–07) • Calderon (2007–08) • Ribas (2008) • al-Azani (acting) (2008) • Le Roi ( 2008-10) • al-Azani (2010—2011) • Le Guen (2011—)


Мачала, Милан

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