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Bohumil Páník

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Bohumil Páník
Personal information
Date of birth (1956-12-31) 31 December 1956 (age 64)
Place of birth Přílepy, Czechoslovakia[1]
Teams managed
Years Team
2000–2001 FC Tescoma Zlín
2002 SK Sigma Olomouc
2003 Lech Poznań
2003–2004 Miedź Legnica
2004–2006 Pogoń Szczecin
2014 SK Hanácká Slavia Kroměříž
2014–2018 FC Fastav Zlín
2018–2019 FC Baník Ostrava
2020– FC Fastav Zlín

Bohumil Páník (born 31 December 1956) is a Czech football manager.

Páník graduated from pedagogy at Palacký University in Olomouc. As a football player, he played for several lower tier clubs. He began coaching in 2000 taking over FC Tescoma Zlín, at that time in Czech Second League. Three years later he moved to Poland, where he coached Lech Poznań and Pogoń Szczecin in Ekstraklasa and Miedź Legnica in Polish Third League.

In winter of 2014 he was appointed again as a manager of FC Fastav Zlín, replacing Martin Pulpit. In his first season in Zlín, he achieved a promotion to Czech First League. In the 2016/2017 season, Páník advanced with Zlín to the final of the Czech Football Cup, where Zlín beat SFC Opava, thus qualifying for the group stage of UEFA Europa League. For the first time in club history, FC Zlín qualified for European competitions.[2] In the 2017/2018 season he was sacked from Zlín after unsatisfactory league results. He was subsequently hired by FC Baník Ostrava, replacing unsuccessful coach Radim Kučera. Managing Baník in the last ten matches of the 2017/2018 season, he was able to avoid Baník's relegation.

Honours

Managerial

FC Fastav Zlín
FC Baník Ostrava

References

  1. ^ Fojtík, Petr (19 September 2016). "Neměl vinětu reprezentanta, teď vede Zlíncester. Páník: Mám rád pohádky". iDNES.cz.
  2. ^ Baník přebírá kouč Bohumil Páník. FC Baník Ostrava official. 12 March 2018.


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