Michal Vorel

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Michal Vorel
birthday June 27, 1975
place of birth PragueCzechoslovakia
position goalkeeper
Years station
1981-1993 Dukla Prague
Years station Games (goals) 1
1993-1995 Dukla Prague 3 (0)
1995-1996 Sparta Krč
1997 HFK Přerov 23 (0)
1998 Baník Ostrava 0 (0)
1998 Chmel Blšany 13 (0)
1999-2000 SFC Opava 7 (0)
2000 FK Matador Púchov 3 (0)
2001 VTY Koba Senec
2001-2002 Sparta Krč
2002-2005 Vysočina Jihlava 80 (0)
2006-2008 Slavia Prague 33 (0)
2009 →  Dukla Prague  (loan) 5 (0)
2009-2010 FK Mladá Boleslav 7 (0)
2011 FK Ústí nad Labem 9 (0)
1 Only league games are given.
Status: end of career

Michal Vorel (born June 27, 1975 in Prague ) is a former Czech football player in the goalkeeping position .


Vorel started playing football at Dukla Prague at the age of six . In the game against Svit Zlín on March 6, 1994, the goalkeeper made his debut in the 1st Czech League, was also in the next two games between the posts, but then sat back on the bench. He moved to SK Sparta Krč in the fourth division. In early 1997 he was committed by the then second division team HFK Přerov, where he was number one. After a year he moved to Baník Ostrava in the first division, but did not make a single game there.

His next stop was the first division club Chmel Blšany , where Vorel came on 13 missions. After only half a year, the goalkeeper moved on again and played for SFC Opava from then on. In the summer of 2000 he went to the Slovakian league to Matador Púchov , where he only appeared three times. He tried it a league lower at VTJ Koba Senec , for the 2001/02 season he returned to Sparta Krč, which was now playing in the third division.

After a year in Krč , he moved to the then second division club Vysočina Jihlava with whom he not only made it into the semi-finals of the Czech cup competition, but also made it to the Gambrinus league . For the first time in his career, Vorel stayed longer with a club, but lost his regular place in goal in the first division season 2005/06 to the Slovak Branislav Rzeszoto .

In early 2006, Vorel was committed by Slavia Prague, where he ousted Matúš Kozáčik from the gate. In the Hindrunde of the 2006/07 season Kozáčik was again first choice, in the second half of the season coach Karel Jarolím again relied on Michal Vorel. When Slavia signed Martin Vaniak in the summer of 2007, Vorel, who sustained an injury in July, was only number three behind Kozáčik. Kozáčik moved to Sparta Prague shortly afterwards , so that Vorel is now a replacement for Vaniak.

In early February 2009, Vorel moved to Dukla Prague on loan. In the summer of 2009, Vorel moved to FK Mladá Boleslav . There he was initially a regular player, but did not get a chance after seven missions. In early 2011 he moved to FK Ústí nad Labem , where he ended his career at the end of the year.

Individual evidence

  1. Přichází brankář Michal Vorel ( Memento of the original from February 15, 2009 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. Report on the website of FK Dukla Prague dated February 12, 2009, last accessed on February 12, 2009, in Czech @1@ 2Template: Webachiv / IABot / www.fkdukla.cz
  2. Ze Slavie přišel brankář Vorel message on the website of FK Mladá Boleslav from June 28th 2009, last accessed 28 June 2009, Czech

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