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Theodor Reimann

Theodor Reimann
Personal information
Date of birth (1921-02-10)10 February 1921
Place of birth Strečno, Czechoslovakia
Date of death 30 August 1982(1982-08-30) (aged 61)
Place of death Bratislava, Czechoslovakia
Playing position Goalkeeper
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
–1937 ZTK Zvolen
1937–1938 FTC Fiľakovo
1939–1942 AC Považská Bystrica
1942 AC Svit Batizovce
1942–1943 OAP Bratislava
1944 FK Svit
1945-1954 Sokol NV Bratislava
1955 Tatran Prešov
1956 Iskra Žilina
National team
1939–1943 Slovakia 14 (0)
1948–1954 Czechoslovakia 5 (0)
Teams managed
1967–1968 Tatran Prešov
1970–1973 MŠK Žilina
1973–1974 Lokomotíva Košice
1975–1976 FC Nitra
1976–1978 Jednota Trenčín

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

† Appearances (goals)

Theodor Reimann, also known as Teodor Reimann,[1] (10 February 1921 – 30 August 1982) was a football goalkeeper and manager. At club level he played mostly for Slovan Bratislava. Internationally he played for both Slovakia and Czechoslovakia. He obtained 14 caps for Slovakia from 1939 to 1943. He obtained five caps between 1948 and 1954 for Czechoslovakia including one at the 1954 FIFA World Cup.

Contents

  • Club career 1
  • International career 2
  • Coaching career 3
  • Honours 4
    • Club 4.1
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Club career

Reimann played for AC Považská Bystrica during wartime.[2] He played for Slovan Bratislava for the majority of his career, winning three consecutive league titles with the club in 1949, 1950 and 1951.[1] In the early 1950s Reimann set a record of not conceding a goal in the Czechoslovak First League for 769 minutes, a record that he held until Sparta Prague goalkeeper Petr Čech surpassed this mark in November 2001.[3] In 1955 Reimann played for Tatran Prešov in a player-coach capacity, under which terms he continued at Iskra Žilina in 1956.

International career

Reimann represented two national teams; due to the separation of Czechoslovakia during World War II he was able to play for Slovakia between 1939 and 1943.[4] He played fourteen times for Slovakia. After the war, the Slovakia team ceased to play matches and Reimann began to play for Czechoslovakia. Although he only made five appearances for Czechoslovakia,[1] he did play in the 1954 FIFA World Cup, keeping goal in Czechoslovakia's 2–0 defeat against reigning World Cup champions Uruguay.[5]

Coaching career

He coached MŠK Žilina,[6] Lokomotíva Košice,[1] FC Nitra,[7] and Jednota Trenčín.[1]

Honours

Club

Slovan Bratislava[1]

References

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External links

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