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Playing position  Midfielder
Name  Lukas Jarolim
Current team  SK Slavia Prague
Number  20
Role  Football player
Position  Midfielder
1982–1987  Slavia Prague
Height  1.76 m
Siblings  David Jarolim
1987–1990  FC Rouen
Parents  Karel Jarolim

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Date of birth  (1976-07-29) 29 July 1976 (age 39)
Place of birth  Pardubice, Czechoslovakia

Lukas Jarolim (born 29 July 1976 in Pardubice) is a Czech football player. He currently plays for SK Slavia Prague.

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Personal life

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He is the son of Karel Jarolim (former Slavia Prague manager and former international player), brother of David Jarolim and cousin of Marek Jarolim.

He was born in Pardubice where his father played for their local club.

Football career

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He started his career at youth ranks of Slavia Prague, where his father was playing for the first team. He then followed his father to join the French clubs, and then back to Slavia Prague in 1990.

He was loaned to FC Union Cheb and Dynamo Ceske Budejovice for the 1996–97 season.

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He played his last game for Slavia Prague at the start of the season, and then moved to Marila Pribram.

He played for Marila Pribram until January 2003; then he joined French Ligue 1 club Sedan. He followed to club to Ligue 2 and played the first half of the 2003–04 season, and then moved again to 2. Fusball-Bundesliga, playing for Greuther Furth.

He moved back to Gambrinus Liga to Slovacko, before he rejoined Slavia Prague in 2005; both clubs were coached by his father. He played for the club for two more seasons, also becoming team captain, before moving to Siena on free transfer in 2007, on a two-year contract.

He joined Slavia once more in 2010 and became club captain in 2011 following the departure of Karol Kisel.

References

Lukas Jarolim Wikipedia


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