Czech national team striker, Milan Baros (30 years old) said after the removal of the EURO 2012 that he’s leaving the representative team of the Czech Republic.
Reached 30 years, Milan Baros, Galatasaray Istanbul striker said last night after eliminating Czech Republic at Euro 2012 as giving the team representative. The information was confirmed by a spokesman for the Federation of Czech, Jaroslav Kolar: “Yes, it’s true, announced his Milan colleagues in the locker room. It was a really impressive time that lasted more than five minutes and the coach Michal Bilek and his Milan teammates have openly applauded. Perhaps there will be an official announcement soon, “said Kolar.
Milan Baros collected 93 caps for the Czech representative who managed to score 41 times. Born in Valasske Meric, striker went through his career at Banik Ostrava, Liverpool, Aston Villa, Lyon, Portsmouth and Galatasaray Istanbul, the team currently playing. A check for representative selections from the National Czech Under 15 to Under 21 (where he scored 10 times in 19 matches).
He participated with the Czech Republic at Euro 2004 (which was the best scorer of the tournament and included in the ideal format), World Cup 2006, Euro 2008 and Euro 2012. Frankova Teresa is married and has a child aged three years. The best year of his career in the national team was in 2004 when he scored nine times in 12 games.
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