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Lubos Kubik – Senior Advisor

Luboš Kubík Sr. is a former Czech soccer coach and a soccer player who represented the countries of Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic.

As a soccer player, he played in Italy for the soccer club ACF Fiorentina, in France for FC Metz, in Germany for 1. FC Nuremberg, in the USA for Chicago Fire and Dallas Burn (today FC Dallas) and in the Czech Republic for SK Slavia Prague, Hradec Králové, Drnovice and Lázně Bohdaneč. Luboš Kubík Sr. also represented Czechoslovakia in the years 1985-1993 and the Czech Republic in the years 1994-1997, where he played in 56 matches in which he scored 13 goals.

As a coach, he led the teams of Śląsk Wrocław in Poland and Torquay United in England. He also worked as an assistant coach for the USA Olympic team in 2008. In 2010, he received an offer to become an assistant coach for the USA national team and was the only Czech participant at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, where the USA finished in the round of 16.

Luboš Kubík’s greatest achievements are: participation in the 1990 World Cup in Italy, silver medal in the 1996 EURO in England, winner of the MLS Cup in 1998 and 2-time winner of the US Open Cup in 1998 and 2000 with the Chicago Fire.