Michal Horňák

Michal Horňák Michal Horňák (born 28 April 1970 in Vsetín) is a Czech football manager and former player. He played for the Czech Republic, for which he played 38 matches and scored 1 goal.

Horňák played for several clubs, including TJ Gottwaldov, RH Cheb, Sparta Prague (most of his career) and LASK Linz (Austria).

He was a participant in the 1996 UEFA European Championship, where the Czech Republic won the silver medal.

He later was the assistant coach in the Czech club FK Teplice. He took over as manager of Vlašim in April 2013, but only stayed until the end of the calendar year before being replaced by Vlastimil Petržela. Provided by Wikipedia