|Birth Day:||April 13, 1965|
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His youth career began in 1973 at Sparta Prague.
In 1990, he had his first and only abroad experience, in Spain with Real Betis, being relegated in his first season, and returning to Sparta after another year. He then played for FK Viktoria Žižkov and FK Teplice until 2000, appearing once again for his main club in between.
Immediately after retiring, Bílek began coaching, precisely with Teplice. After a brief stint in Costa Rica, he returned home, going on to manage FK Chmel Blšany, FC Viktoria Plzeň and MFK Ružomberok. In 2006, he took charge of Sparta, replacing Stanislav Griga. He went on to win the Gambrinus liga in his first year and finish second in the following. He resigned from his position at Sparta in May 2008.
In late October 2009, after having coached the nation's U19 team seven years earlier, former assistant Bílek was named the new coach of the senior side, following Ivan Hašek's resignation after the failure to qualify for the World Cup in South Africa. He was replaced as the national team boss in September 2013 after nearly four years in the role by Josef Pešice.
Michal grew up with his family in Prague.
Currently, Michal Bilek is 57 years, 1 months and 10 days old. Michal Bilek will celebrate 58th birthday on a Thursday 13th of April 2023. Below we countdown to Michal Bilek upcoming birthday.