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Anton Malatinský

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Full nameAnton Malatinský
Date of birth15 January 1920
Place of birthTrnava, Czechoslovakia
Date of death1 December 1992(age 72)

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Anton Malatinský (15 January 1920 - 1 December 1992) was a Czechoslovak football player and coach.

He was a technically disposed midfielder and playmaker. As a coach, he was regarded as a good strategist.

He played in 219 league matches and scored 79 goals. He was a participant in the 1954 FIFA World Cup.

Although a good player, Malatinský became more famous as a coach. While still playing football at a high level, he started training at the youth level. In 1948 he led the junior team of Trnava to the championship of the country in their rank.

An injury to his knee in 1956 forced him to conclude his playing career and he became fully engaged with coaching. He coached VSE St. Pölten.

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