Radoslav Zabavník Biography
Radoslav Zabavník (born 16 September 1980) is a former Slovak football defender.
Club careerZabavník played for MFK Košice and MŠK Žilina in his native country's Corgoň Liga, winning the championship twice with MŠK Žilina. Between 2004 and late 2005, Zabavník played in Bulgaria for PFC CSKA Sofia. He became the first Slovak player to sign a contract with an A PFG club. In the end of 2005, he was sold to Sparta Prague. In February 2008, Sparta Prague sold Zabavník to Terek Grozny. In December 2009, he was released and signed for 1. FSV Mainz 05 on 1 February 2010. The signing proved to be astute business by Mainz 05 as Zabavník went on to make a string of impressive performances for them cementing his place in the starting eleven.
International careerZabavník is currently the oldest ever Slovak international debutant since 2003, having played the first game for his country in the 2006 FIFA World Cup qualifier match against Luxembourg at the age of 24 years.
External linksRadoslav Zabavník at National-Football-Teams.com
Radoslav Zabavník at Russian Premier League
Profile at iDNES (in Czech)