- matches played 325
- goals 15
- assists 13
- Last appearance (days ago) 1
Czech defender Vladimir Coufal, who is currently under contract to SK Slavia Prague in Czech Republic, joined the club July 1, 2018. In terms of preferred feet, Vladimir Coufal is a right footer, like 76% of SK Slavia Prague. He stands 179cm high and thus is 4cm smaller than his team on average. At present, SK Slavia Prague is in second place in UEFA Europa League (group C), while in 1. Liga (Czech Republic) (group Championship Round) they are leading.
Until now, Vladimir Coufal has been present in 35 games. Having been born in 1992, on August 22, his age of 26 makes him junior to the average player of SK Slavia Prague. At 167.55lb, he carries 2lb less than the average SK Slavia Prague player. Altogether, Vladimir Coufal was substituted in 18 and out 13 times. Currently, he left the pit more than he entered it which is different to last season wherein he showed an equal amount of both types of subs.
To date, collectively he holds 29 penalties, of which one is red. Lately, he seems to be more quiet since less penalties were given to him than usually. His shortest spell with a club was five months in SFC Opava (Czech Republic). It's been eight days since Vladimir Coufal played his latest match. SK Slavia Prague has seven more defenders in their squad, namely Jan Boril, Ondrej Kudela, Michael Ngadeu, Jaroslav Zeleny, Simon Deli, Michal Frydrych and Tomas Vlcek.
Before joining SK Slavia Prague, he was engaged in the squads of FC Hlucin, SFC Opava and FC Slovan Liberec. Concerning the latest matches, Vladimir Coufal's club lost in UEFA Europa League plus tied in 1. Liga. He also plays for Czech Republic. His jersey displays the number 5. Vladimir Coufal impressed in 1. Liga 18/19 (Czech Republic), reaching his personal record of goals. The current 1. Liga 18/19 (Czech Republic) term proves to be good for Vladimir Coufal, as he managed to score four times (0.11 per match) and provide an assist once. Basically, 4% of SK Slavia Prague's goals in 1. Liga 18/19 were caused by him. Five years and 9 months was the maximum period he ever played in a team, which is FC Slovan Liberec (Czech Republic). So far in his career as football player, he was part of four clubs.
(Last edited May 12, 2019)