| Marian Had|
| (1982-09-16) 16 September 1982 (age 33)|
Dolny Kubin, Czechoslovakia
FK Dukla Banska Bystrica (#6 / Defender)
Marián Had (born 16 September 1982) is a Slovak professional footballer who plays mainly as a left back but also as a central defender.
Marián Had Wikipedia
Born in Dolný Kubín, Slovakia, Czechoslovakia, Had started his professional career in MFK Ružomberok, where he became an emergent fixture in the Slovak Super Liga. In the 2004 summer, he was sold to 1. FC Brno in the neighbouring Czech Republic for €20.000.
After two seasons, Had's first foreign adventure arrived, with a transfer to FC Lokomotiv Moscow for €2 million. There, he found himself more than often injured (knee, brain concussion, broken jawbone and cheekbone).
For the 2007–08 campaign, Had joined Sporting Clube de Portugal on loan, to replace departed Rodrigo Tello and Marco Caneira. He was initially the second-choice left-back behind Ronny and, with Leandro Grimi's arrival in January 2008 on loan from A.C. Milan, he was deemed surplus to requirements by manager Paulo Bento, subsequently returning to Lokomotiv in February.
Had was again loaned in 2008–09, now to AC Sparta Prague. In January 2010, he was definitely released and signed with ŠK Slovan Bratislava.