After Jarolim, Mlada Boleslav will train Kalvoda

Leos Kalvoda will be the new coach of Karel Jarolím in Mladá Boleslav. Osmdesátiletý coach still led the second-league Frýdek-Místek, from which he was given permission to go to the Central Bohemian club, which is two rounds at the top of the table of the highest competition. In Mladá Boleslav, Kalvoda signed a two-year contract valid until June 30, 2018.His assistants will be Jiří Saňák, who has led the youth in Olomouc, and members of the team David Jarolím, goalkeeping coach Jiří Malík and fitness coach Martin Trsak.

“We have watched Kalvoda’s work long and well About his abilities and strengths demonstrated in, for example, Znojmo and Olomouc, “said Josef Dufek, president of Mladá Boleslav club. “We made it unconditional to agree with Frýdek-Místek’s leadership. I’m glad we did Kalvoda’s engagement in Boleslav in an unusually short time,” he added.

For me, really hard to say, because I was Moravák and in Frydek-Mistek I felt really good.On the other hand, such a offer is not refusing, especially at my age, “said Kalvoda, who led Frýdek-Místek only in the one match of the current season against Ústí nad Labem.” So short I have not experienced engagement yet. I’m sorry, but it’s a football life. I have to admit, however, that when I experienced Frydek’s fans at our home premiere with O’Clock, I thought that the engagement would be fine here. Maybe I will come back and I must say that I am very happy, “added Kalvoda.

The eighth-year coach in the first league has led Hradec Králové, Znojmo and Sigma Olomouc twice. Competition on account 98. The premiere on the Mladá Boleslav bench will take place on Saturday in a home match against Karviná, where he worked in the past.He also trained Slovak Žilina, HFK Olomouc, Slovácko and Přerov.Jarolim after the Sunday win of Mladá Boleslav in Příbram 1: 0 and the subsequent meeting with the club leadership definitely moved to the representation where he will replace Pavel Vrba.In Frýdek-Místek probably Kaldata will be assisted by Miroslav Nemec .