In football, former Czech international midfielder David Jarolím has announced he will finish his career as a player. The 35-year-old played for his country in the 2008 European Championships in Austria and Switzerland and the 2006 World Cup in Germany. He left Slavia Prague in 1997 for Bayern Munich, where hardly he featured in the first team, and later played in the top German league for Nuremberg and notably for Hamburg, where he became captain. In the last season he played in the top Czech league for Mladá Boleslav.
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