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Victor Zvunka

Victor Zvunka
Personal information
Full nameVictor Zvunka
Date of birth15 November 1951
Place of birthLe Ban-Saint-Martin, France
Playing positionManager, former Defender
Youth career
1963–1970FC Metz
Senior career*
1970–1973FC Metz43(2)
1973–1981Olympique de Marseille254(6)
1981–1983Stade Lavallois75(1)
1983–1985Matra Racing45(1)
National team
1975France France1(0)
Teams managed
1984–1987Matra Racing
1987–1988Valenciennes FC
1988–1991Chamois Niortais
1991–1993Toulouse FC
1993–1998LB Châteauroux
1998–1999OGC Nice
1999–2000Amiens SC
2001Lausanne Sports
2001–2003Stade Lavallois
2003–2005LB Châteauroux
2005–2007FC Gueugnon
2007–2010EA Guingamp
2010Naval 1º Maio
2011–2012JS Saint-Pierroise
2012–Nîmes Olympique
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* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Victor Zvunka (born 15 November 1951 in Le Ban-Saint-Martin) is a French former football defender and football manager.


As a player

As a coach

External links

  • Victor Zvunka profile at
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