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We are blessed in this area with several brilliant keepers, let´s introduce them in this thread.
 

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Ján Mucha (born 1982, Dec 5th in Belá nad Cirochou) started his career in Humenné, Inter Bratislava and MŠK Žilina. In 2005 moved to Legia Warszaw as a double Slovak champ and it didn´t take much time and started to make hiself a great name even in polish Ekstraklasa. 2 years ago he got capped in NT first time and made no mistake - now he ´s undisputed Nr.1 in the net of Slovak NT.

As soon as his contract in Legia expire, he becomes player of Everton. Mucha becomes first ever Slovakian goalkeeper in England.



This vid is from GKS Belchatow - Legia 0:1 game, Mucha showed some miraculous saves. Enjoy

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Dušan Kuciak (1985, June 21st in Žilina) keeper of romanian team FC Vaslui is currently linked with move to newly promoted West Bromwich Albion. He started his career in AS Trenčín (2001-2003), MŠK Žilina (2003-2008), WHU res (2004-2005) on loan, FC Vaslui (200:cool:.



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Luboš Kamenár (born 1987, June 17th in Trnava) was raised by local team Spartak Trnava but in 2006 signed with Artmedia Petržalka where replaced Juraj Čobej who had to undergo brain tumor operation. Young Kamenár became very soon the best goalkeeper in Corgonliga and in 2009 signed 4-yrs contract with french Ligue 2 team FC Nantes.

 

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Marian Kello (born in 1982, Sept.5th) began his career at Slovakian side MFK Košice in 2001, where he spent a year of his career before moving to Czech side, FC Vítkovice at the age of 19[1]. After a 4 year spell with Vítkovice, he moved to Lithuanian champions FBK Kaunas. He became first choice goalkeeper for Kaunas and his impressive displays against Scottish side, Rangers and Danish champions AaB Aalborg earned him a move to Hearts on 14 August 2008 on loan from FBK Kaunas. He made his debut in a 2-1 victory against St Mirren He did not play for Hearts for a long period of the season, but made a return towards the end of the 08/09 season and proved to be a great goalkeeper who was very popular with the Jambos' fans (source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marián_Kello)

 

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Dušan Perniš (born in 1984, Nov.28th in Nitra) is currently playing for Scottish Premier League club Dundee United. Perniš was an unused substitute for Slovakia during the 2003 FIFA World Youth Championship.[1] On 12 August 2009, Perniš made his debut for Slovakia in the 1:1 away draw against Iceland in a friendly after coming on as a substitute for Ján Mucha at half time.

After signing a pre-contract deal in July 2009 to join Dundee United in January 2010, Dušan made his debut in the January 2010 2-0 Scottish Cup win against Partick Thistle, also keeping a clean sheet on his league debut four days later.

 

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Štefan Senecký (born on 1980, Jan 6th in Nitra) currently plays for Slavia Praha. On 22 August 2007, Senecký made his international debut in a 0–1 home defeat against France in friendly. Senecký played three qualifying games en route to qualification for the 2010 World Cup.

Senecký made himself a good name in turkish top division team Ankaraspor where he got his nickname Mr.Clean Sheet. At the beginning of season 2009/2010 his club Ankaraspor was relegated from turkish league and Senecky was loaned to Ankaragucu for few games. In January 2010 he signed a contract to czech side Slavia Prague.

 

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Tomáš Košický (born on 1986, March 11th in Bratislava) currently player of Calcio Catania. Košický began his career with hometown club Inter Bratislava, where he advanced from the youth system into the senior squad, where he made 12 appearances before he was sold to Sicilian giants, Calcio Catania of the Italian Serie A.Košický was purchased from Inter Bratislava, during the 2008-2009 summer transfer window. In his first season with the Sicilian club, Košický was the third choice goalkeeper, behind Albano Bizarri and Ciro Polito. However, during the January 2009 transfer market, Catania loaned Ciro Polito to US Grosseto FC, and in return, Paolo Acerbis was brought in from US Grosseto FC, also on loan. Košický originally remained third choice, but eventually he was used as the second choice goalkeeper. In April 2009 it was confirmed that first choice goalkeeper, Albano Bizarri would not be renewing his contract with Catania, thus head coach Walter Zenga opted to use Košický as the starting keeper in order for the young Slovak to gain experience. [2]. Košický even served as captain for Catania in the May 16 Serie A fixture versus AS Roma[3]. Košický began the new season as a reserve goalkeeper again, following the transfer of Argentine International, Mariano Andujar, as well as veteran Andrea Campagnolo. Košický made his 2009-2010 Serie A debut in a March 2010 match away to Chievo Verona, the game ended 1-1.

 

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Marian Kelemen (born on 1979, Dec.7th in Michalovce) is first slovak goalkeeper ever to play in spanish La Liga.

Kelemen currently plays for Śląsk Wrocław. Born in Michalovce, Kelemen played in no fewer than seven clubs as a youth, having started at his local side, MFK Zemplín.[1] He started his professional career with national powerhouse ŠK Slovan Bratislava, moving to Turkey with Bursaspor in January 2002.

After returning to his country and Slovan, Kelemen soon joined Latvian outfit of FK Ventspils. In the 2004 summer, he embarked in a Spanish adventure that would last three years, as he represented Segunda División clubs CD Tenerife and UD Vecindario, both in the Canary Islands.

Kelemen moved in the 2007, following Vecindario's relegation, to Aris Thessaloniki. In January 2009, not being the first choice, he returned to Spain, this time to its topflight, signing with CD Numancia until the end of the season,[2] which ended in relegation, with the player only appearing once (a 0–5 loss at Racing de Santander).

 

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Matúš Kozáčik (born on 1983, Dec 27th in Dolny Kubin) is currently playing for AC Sparta Praha where he joined from their arch-rival Slavia 3 years ago. In January 2007, Kozáčik was on trial at Leeds United but did not sign due to an injury.

 

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Michal Peškovič (born on 1982, Feb.8th in Partizánske) is 2nd choice goalkeeper of Aris Thessaloniki F.C. In a past he was player of FC Nitra, FC ViOn Zlaté Moravce and Polonia Bytom.

 

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Boris Peškovič (born June 30, 1976 in Topoľčany) is currently goalkeeper of CFR Cluj. He played for Slovan Bratislava, Widzdew Lodz, Pogon Sczeczin, Zaglebie Sosnowiec, Gornik Zabrze and Academica Coimbra.

 

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Tomáš Belic (born 2 July 1978 in Trenčín) plays for Panionios F.C. in the Greek Super League. Belic previously played for 1. FC Brno and FK Teplice in the Czech Gambrinus liga.[2] He has also played for FC Spartak Trnava and FK AS Trenčín in the Slovak Superliga.[3]

He signed a two-and-one-half year contract with Panionios on 22 December 2008.

 

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Ľuboš Hajdúch (born 6 March 1980 in Levice) currently plays for Greece side Levadiakos where he moved from MFK Ružomberok. Hajdúch was capped 5 times and his most famous game was away win in friendly vs France (1-2)

 

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Pavol Kováč (born 12 Aug 1974) is back-up keeper of Olympiakos Pireus legend Nikopolidis. Kováč moved to Olympiakos from Kalamaria 2 years ago after relegation of his team.

 

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Great thread, but I couldn´t notice that you´re missing Čontofalský. You really don´t like the guy, do you :howler:
 
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