Viktor Havlicek (16 July 1914-died 22 October 1971) was an Austrian footballer and football manager. He played for First Vienna FC, Phönix Karlsruhe and, as a wartime guest player, Kickers Offenbach and gained 3 caps for Austria. His brother was Eduard "Edy" Havlicek. He spent the majority of his coaching career in Germany and the Netherlands with Alemannia Aachen, MVV, Roda JC. From 1958 to 1960, he coached Belgium, Constant Vanden Stock being the manager.

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  • Viktor Havlicek (16 July 1914-died 22 October 1971) was an Austrian footballer and football manager. He played for First Vienna FC, Phönix Karlsruhe and, as a wartime guest player, Kickers Offenbach and gained 3 caps for Austria. His brother was Eduard "Edy" Havlicek. He spent the majority of his coaching career in Germany and the Netherlands with Alemannia Aachen, MVV, Roda JC. From 1958 to 1960, he coached Belgium, Constant Vanden Stock being the manager. (en)
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  • Viktor Havlicek (16 July 1914-died 22 October 1971) was an Austrian footballer and football manager. He played for First Vienna FC, Phönix Karlsruhe and, as a wartime guest player, Kickers Offenbach and gained 3 caps for Austria. His brother was Eduard "Edy" Havlicek. He spent the majority of his coaching career in Germany and the Netherlands with Alemannia Aachen, MVV, Roda JC. From 1958 to 1960, he coached Belgium, Constant Vanden Stock being the manager. (en)
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