Budejovice (Czech Republic), Viktoria Zizkov (Czech Republic),
Slavia Prague (Czech Republic), Manchester United FC (England),
Benfica (Portugal), SS Lazio (Italy), Sparta Prague (Czech
Premiership Champions (Manchester United)
Karel Poborský (born March 30, 1972 in Třeboň) is a Czech
footballer, who is the all-time leader in appearances for the
Czech national team.
On 18 August 2004, he became the first Czech to reach 100
appearances in a scoreless draw against Greece in Prague. His
international career has spanned the entire modern history of
the Czech Republic team, as he earned his first cap in the Czech
Republic's first match as a separate entity from the former
Czechoslovakia, a 4-1 win over Turkey on February 23, 1994.
In Euro 96, the highly skillful lob shot in semi-final made his
Poborský has played for Slavia Prague, Manchester United,
Benfica, Lazio, AC Sparta Prague and currently plays for SK
České Budějovice. He played for his country at Euro 96, Euro
2000, and Euro 2004.