Pavel Nedvěd

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PAVEL NEDVĚD

REAL LIFE
Pavel Nedvěd (born 30 August 1972 in Czechoslovakia) is one of the most successful players to play for the Czech Republic. After coming to prominence with Sparta Prague in the mid 90s, Nedvěd’s career really took off after he made the move to Italy – first at Lazio and then later at Juventus, where he won several Serie A and European medals.

Despite winning 91 caps and a runners-up medal with his country at the 1996 European Championships, Nedvěd’s greatest year came in 2003 when he won the Serie A Footballer of the Year award, and the illustrious Ballon d’Or.
Date of birth
30 August 1972

Place of birth
Cheb, Czechoslovakia

Height
1.77 m (5 ft 10 in)

Playing position
Winger and Attacking midfielder
YEARS
TEAM
APP
GOALS
1DUKLA PRAHA193
4SPARTA PRAHA11628
5LAZIO18345
8JUVENTUS32465

YEARS
TEAM
APP
GOALS
12🇨🇿 CZECH REPUBLIC9118
ITEMS
Base Version

1992

Pavel Nedvěd joined Sparta Prague in 1992 and tasted league success in each of his first three seasons. Despite a disappointing league campaign in 1995-96, Nedvěd still managed 14 league goals and added further silverware with the Czech Cup.

That summer, he was a member of the Czech Republic side that reached the final of Euro 1996, finishing as runners-up to Germany in a close final. Nedvěd scored his first international goal in the second group game win over Italy.
Mid Version

1998

In 1996, Pavel Nedvěd joined Lazio after helping Czech Republic to the final of Euro 1996. Nedvěd enjoyed 5 seasons at the club, winning 7 trophies. His first success came in the form of the Coppa Italia in 1998.

The following season, Nedvěd tasted European glory as Lazio lifted the 1998-99 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup. His most successful season at the club came in 1999-2000, when they completed a league and cup double. He also won 2 Italian Super Cups and a UEFA Super Cup in his time at the club.
Prime Version

2003

Pavel Nedvěd joined Juventus in 2001 and his first season with the club brought domestic success, helping the Old Lady to their first Serie A title in 4 years. The next season, Nedvěd’s Juventus retained the title and he played a key role in their Champions League campaign.

Though they finished runners-up to rivals Milan, Nedvěd’s performances earned him numerous accolades, including the Serie A Footballer of the Year award. The highest honour came when he was named the 2003 Ballon d’Or winner.

 YEARRTGPOSPACSHOPASDRIDEFPHY
BASE199286LM908284874677
MID199889LM888688885280
PRIME200391LM858890906080
RELEASE TIMES
BASE
September 2019 – December 2019

MID
September 2019 – February 2020

PRIME
December 2019 – September 2020

MOMENT
February 2020 – September 2020


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BASE
September 2019 – September 2020

MID
September 2019 – September 2020

PRIME
December 2019 – September 2020

MOMENT
February 2020 – September 2020

BASE
September 2019 – December 2019

MID
September 2019 – February 2020

PRIME
December 2019 – September 2020

MOMENT
February 2020 – September 2020

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