Anton Malatinský (15 January 1920 – 1 December 1992) was a Slovak football player and coach. He was a technically disposed midfielder and playmaker. As a coach, he was regarded as a good strategist.He played in 219 league matches and scored 79 goals, most of them for Spartak Trnava. Today, the club's home ground bears his name. Malatinský represented Czechoslovakia in 10 international matches and was included in the 1954 World Cup squad (without being used).

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  • Anton Malatinský (15 January 1920 – 1 December 1992) was a Slovak football player and coach. He was a technically disposed midfielder and playmaker. As a coach, he was regarded as a good strategist.He played in 219 league matches and scored 79 goals, most of them for Spartak Trnava. Today, the club's home ground bears his name. Malatinský represented Czechoslovakia in 10 international matches and was included in the 1954 World Cup squad (without being used). He became only the second Spartak player in history to be selected for Slovakia national team (after František Bolček in 1939), as well as the second selected for Czechoslovakia (after Jozef Marko one month earlier in 1948).Although he was a good player, Malatinský became more famous as a coach. While still playing football at a high level, he entered into the coaching of youth sides. In 1948, he led Spartak's junior team to the national championship in their rank.An injury to his knee in 1956 forced him to conclude his playing career and become fully engaged in coaching. He was twice in charge of Spartak Trnava during their golden era and for 14 years totally which spanned in three spells over two decades. He also coached their all time big rival, Slovan Bratislava, later and clubs in Austria and the Netherlands. (en)
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