Michal Bílek becomes new manager of Kazakh national football team
Former trainer Stanimir Stoilov trained the national football team of Kazakhstan for over 10 months.
The European renowned coach is to head the national football team of Kazakhstan, following former head coach Stanimir Stoilov’s 10-month tenure, sports.kz has informed.
During his career, Bílek worked in football clubs such as FK Teplice, FK Chmel Blšany, FK Viktoria Žižkov, Sparta, FC Vysočina Jihlava, FC Fastav Zlín, C.S. Cartaginés, Slovakia’s MFK Ružomberok, and FC Dinamo Tbilisi.
He led the Czech Republic national football team for four years between 2009 and 2013. The team advanced as far as to the UEFA Euro 2012 quarter-finals. There it lost to Portugal’s national team (0:1).