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František Cipro

František Cipro
Personal information
Date of birth (1947-04-13) 13 April 1947 (age 67)
Place of birthJihlava, Czechoslovakia
Youth career
1953-1966Dynamo České Budějovice
Senior career*
1966-1968VTJ Tábor
1968-1970VCHZ Pardubice
1970-1971TJ Gottwaldov
1971-1980Slavia Prague232(41)
1980-1982TJ Jílové
1984-1988SV Gmünd
Teams managed
1980-1982TJ Jílové
1984-1988SV Gmünd
1988-1990Zbrojovka Brno
1990-1992AEL Limassol
1992-1994Chmel Blšany
1995-1997Slavia Prague
1997-1999Tirol Innsbruck
1999-2000Slavia Prague
2001LASK Linz
2001-2002FK Teplice
2003-2004Viktoria Plzeň
2004-2005SV Freistadt
2005-2007České Budějovice
2008-2009SV Freistadt
2010Slavia Prague
2011-2012České Budějovice
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

František Cipro (born 13 April 1947 in Jihlava) is a Czech football manager. He was an active player in the past.

Playing career

Cipro played for Slavia Prague for nine years, making 232 appearances and scoring 41 goals in the league.[1]

Coaching career

As a coach, he won the Gambrinus liga with Slavia Prague and achieved the semifinals of the UEFA Cup in 1996.

In his first spell as manager of České Budějovice, Cipro led the club to promotion from the Czech 2. Liga to the Gambrinus liga in 2006.[2] He was appointed as a manager with Slavia Prague on 30 March 2010, replacing Karel Jarolím. However, on 15 May 2010, following the last league game of the season, Cipro announced he was standing down from the position and returning to his role as chief scout, after just eight league games in charge.[3]

He returned to České Budějovice for his second spell in September 2011.[4] He stayed at České Budějovice for a year before he was sacked in September 2012, with the club at the bottom of the league table.[5]


External links

  • (Czech) Profile at
  • (Czech) SK Dynamo České Budějovice profile

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