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…Žák’s first position as a football manager commenced in October 2004, when he was announced as the replacement for Pavel Tobiáš at Gambrinus liga side České Budějovice. He signed a two-year contract with the club, although due to a run of seven consecutive defeats which left the club last in the table, he was replaced by František Cipro in March 2005.
…Žiga Kous (born 27 October 1992) is a football player from Slovenia. He plays for Mura as a right-back.
…Ždírec has a small shop, a restaurant, a library, a nursery, a retirement home, a multipurpose building and a football field. The village has had its own flag and coat of arms since 2008.
…ŽAK Subotica (Serbian Cyrillic: ЖAK Cубoтицa) was a football club based in Subotica, Kingdom of Yugoslavia.
…Żebbuġ Rovers Football Club is a football club from the village of Żebbuġ, Gozo. The club was founded in 1975 and is named for the village of Żebbuġ. They currently play in the Second Division of Gozo Football League.
…Żebbuġ Rangers Football Club is a football club from the town of Żebbuġ in Malta. The club currently competes in the Maltese First Division, after being relegated.
…Štefan Čambal (17 December 1908 in Pozsony – 18 July 1990) was a Slovak football player and later a football manager. He played for Czechoslovakia, for which he played 22 matches. He was born in Pozsony and died in Prague.
…Štadión Petržalka (also called (Štadión) za Starým mostom) was a football stadium in Bratislava, Slovakia, in the borough of Petržalka. It is the former home ground of MFK Petržalka. Demolished in October 2012, The stadium had 9,000 places.
…Štadión FC ViOn is a football stadium in the city of Zlaté Moravce in Slovakia. It is the home ground of FC ViOn Zlaté Moravce and has a capacity of 3,787. The intensity of the floodlighting is 1,400 lux.
…Štadión Antona Malatinského is a football stadium in Trnava, Slovakia.
…Šitiks founded a football school in Riga and devoted his life to coaching young football talents. He was also appointed the head coach of Latvia national under-21 football team.
… until his retirement in 1942. After his playing career, Ştefan Barbu has been a referee for 15 years. In 1957 he was appointed as the president of CFR, a football club based in Arad.
…Şoimii Sibiu (Falcons Sibiu) was a football team from Sibiu. They were founded in 1913 and disappeared in 2001.
…Şeref Stadium was a football stadium in Beşiktaş, İstanbul. It was named after Beşiktaş’s former president Şeref Bey.
… historical structures depicting traditional Polish village-life; a collection of artifacts spread over a 17-hectare (42 acre) site, just outside the town. Łowicz has also a football team called Pelikan, who languish in the lower divisions of the Polish leagues.
…Ľudovít Lancz (2 June 1964 – 20 July 2004) was a football player who played for the Czechoslovakia national football team. His position was both midfielder and forward. In eight seasons in the Czechoslovak First League, Lancz made 153…
…İskenderun Belediye Gençlik ve Spor is a football club located in İskenderun in Hatay, southern Turkey. The team competes in Hatay Amateur Leagues.
…İnönü Stadium (İnönü Stadyumu) was a football stadium in Istanbul, Turkey and the home ground of the football club Beşiktaş J.K.. Previously the ground had also been shared with Galatasaray and Fenerbahçe S.K.. The ground was located in…
…Đorđe Gerum (Ђорђе Герум) is a football manager and former player who played for FK Partizan and has managed FK Sloboda Tuzla and Eskişehirspor.
…Þórsvöllur is a football stadium in Iceland. It is located in Akureyri, and seats 984 individuals in one stand but the field can hold 2,000 standing spectators additionally. It is the home stadium for Icelandic football team Þór.
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