It would seem, however, that the eighth team of the Synot League should again lead on Saturday's home match against Dukla Praha (from 4 pm). Whether it really is, will decide Friday's pre-match training. "According to assumptions, who should be in training and lead pre-match preparation," Jihlava club director Zdeněk Tulis confirmed yesterday.
The training units in this week were in charge of Klusáček's assistants: Roman Kučera, Marek Zúbek and Milan Bokša. "Luděk visited us shortly after leaving the hospital, we bet online were consulting with him on the phone," says Kucer, who has never experienced such a situation.
"But you know how it is. Life is full of unexpected events.And health is the most important, "says Kučera. "It was all right that it worked out well. Unpleasant it was mainly for him, the rest of us did it. It was not a complication for us or the players, "he says.
Kučera believes that Klusáček should not miss the game tomorrow. "It is important that he is well and his state of health is such that he can do it," he says to his colleague.
Tulis is more cautious. "Rehabilitation or convalescence after surgery may change. It can get tense. It is an intervention inside the body, inflammation or fever may occur, "says the club director, who does not have experience with the operation of the appendix. "But I believe he can do it and he will be in the match.He is a hard man, "he predicts.
Indeed, the situation in which the head coach of the FC Vysočina Championship is missing, Jihlava does not remember football. "In professional football, that is to say, since 2000, it was not," recalls Tulis.
In such a situation, in August 2013 František Komňácký was the head coach. He led Jihlava in the home match against Znojmo after he had kidney collision three days before the match and internet betting was operatively removed from the body by a renal stone.
It is paradoxical that Vysočina then shot Znojmo 4-0. "I said I was going to drive it out of my house.But they disagreed, "Komnacki suggested in his excitement to his then-assistant Vrzáček and Zúbek.