| Michal Habai|
| (1985-07-30) 30 July 1985 (age 30)|
Michal Habai Wikipedia
Michal Habai (born 30 July 1985) is a Slovakian professional footballer who plays as a defender (or defensive midfielder). He is currently playing in his homeland with FK Rača.
Habai came to Scotland at the age of 27, having spent his career playing in his homeland of Slovakia, with a spell in the Czech Republic with Druhá liga side Baník Sokolov.
He signed for Greenock Morton in July 2013, and made his first competitive début for Morton in a 1-0 defeat in the Scottish Challenge Cup to Annan Athletic. He scored his first goal for Morton in a 6-2 Scottish League Cup win over East Fife.
Habai turned down an offer of a trial from Scottish League One side Rangers after catching their eye playing as a trialist in Morton's pre-season friendly with Sheffield United.
Morton released Habai in January 2014, he signed for Livingston the same day. He was released by Livingston in May 2014. At the start of the 2015-16 season, Habai joined FK Rača in the Slovak third tier.
Although Habai played for Slovan Bratislava, he was a childhood fan of city rivals Artmedia Bratislava (who famously defeated Celtic in the UEFA Champions League qualifiers in 2005).