‘’It’s a great challenge for me as Slavia have not performed well over the last few years and I would like to restore hope, faith and pride in the club,’’ he said on the club’s website.
The road back will start with the training session on Wednesday. ‘’I want to bring success back to the club,’’ said the new coach, who will be officially confirmed at a press conference on Tuesday.
Beránek is well known to Slavia fans. A Benešov native, he started his career at Tesla Votice then moved to Jindřichův Hradec, Plzeň a Pelhřimov. In 1984, he moved to Slavia, where he played 352 matches of which 128 were league games.
After Slavia, he coached the Hungarian side Debrecen, with whom he won the title and also FC Astana in Kazakstan. He brought success to the U-21, winning the European Championships and has been assistant to the National Team for many years.