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Full name  Zvonko Strnad
Playing position  Right winger
Date of birth  15 January 1926
Name  Zvonko Strnad

Date of death  1979
Role  Football player
Died  1979, Zagreb, Croatia
Place of birth  Zagreb, Kingdom of Yugoslavia

Place of death  Zagreb, SFR Yugoslavia

Zvonko "Tiba" Strnad (born and died in Zagreb, 1926–1979) was a Croatian football player.

Career

Zvonko played for various clubs from his hometown, Zagreb, namely, Zagorec and Metalac, before coming in 1946 to the city's main club, NK Dinamo Zagreb, where he played until 1954 with only a brief interruption, playing 111 league matches and scoring 23 goals. The exceptions were the 1948-49 and 1949-50 season in which he moved to Belgrade and played in FK Partizan where he won the national Championship in the 1948-49 season. He played two matches for the B Yugoslav national team.

He was known as a fast right winger, with excellent dribbling skills and great crossing passes.

His career was prematurely ended by a meniscus injury.

References

Zvonko Strnad Wikipedia


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