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Michal Hipp

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Michal Hipp (born 13 March 1963 in Nitra) is a former Slovak footballer and assistant coach of the Slovakia national football team.

Hipp began his football career in his native village Horná Kraľová. When he was twelve years old, he started playing in the youth team and then progressed to the first team when he was sixteen. In 1983 Hipp got an offer to transfer to Duslo Šaľa by coach Jozef Adamec. There he played as a right midfielder. Then he left for Hurbanovo because was called up to serve in the Army.

In October 1984 he went to Plastika Nitra. Hipp debuted in the Czechoslovak First League in the 1986-87 season in a match against FC Bohemians Praha. In 1989-90 season FC Nitra qualified for the UEFA Cup. They lost both matches against 1. FC Köln with an aggregate score of 5-1.

Also he played for Czech side Slavia Prague and 1. FC Košice.

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