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Miroslav Miller leaves

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13. 6. 2017 | 12:11 back to news

Miroslav Miller leaves Sparta, ends his player career and becomes a goalkeeper coach at Bohemians.

“I only have great memories from Sparta. We had two tremendous seasons in the Europa League, with great opponents an amazing things to remember. Sure, I’m a bit disappointed not to win the championship title, but playing for Sparta was an honor,” Miller said.

Miller joined Sparta in January 2015 after David Bičík was out of play with an injury. In two and half years at Letná, he made one league appearances and played eight Cup matches. Despite that, he fulfilled his backup role responsibly, also helping the goalkeeper coach Daniel Zítka with training young keepers in the club’s youth academy.

Miller will keep passing his experience to younger keepers, as he agreed to become a goalkeeper coach in a Czech top division side Bohemians.

“It is going to be a bit easier for me to start training in the senior football, as I have not that muhc experience with coaching the youth players yet. I’ve been among the goalkeepers my whole career and it will be much easier to pass my experience there. It’s a big challenge,” Miroslav added.

In total, Miller has made 212 league appearances (most of them for Mladá Boleslav) and kept the clean sheet in 64 matches.


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