Tomáš Sedláček may refer to:
Tomáš Sedláček was a Czech general. He studied at the Military Academy in Hranice in Moravia and fled to France in 1940 when his nation was occupied by Nazi troops. After France was defeated, Sedláček joined the British Army. In England, he went through paratrooper training. He then moved to the Soviet Union in 1944 and helped liberate Czechoslovakia.
Tomáš Sedláček is a Czech economist and university lecturer. He is the Chief Macroeconomic Strategist at ČSOB, a former member of the National Economic Council of the Czech Republic and an economic advisor to former President Václav Havel. In 2006, the Yale Economic Review mentioned him in an article titled "Young Guns: 5 Hot Minds in Economics". His book Economics of Good and Evil, a bestseller in the Czech Republic, was translated into English and published by the Oxford University Press in June, 2011.
Tomáš Sedláček is a professional Czech football player who currently plays for FC Vysočina Jihlava.
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Tomáš Sivok is a Czech professional footballer who plays as a centre-back for Israeli club Maccabi Petah Tikva in Israeli Premier League. He made his debut for the Czech national team on 3 September 2005. His primary position is defender but he can play in midfield.
Přerov is a town on the Bečva river in the Olomouc Region of the Czech Republic. Přerov is a statutory city. It had a population of 47,373 as of January 2, 2008. Přerov is about 22 kilometres south east of Olomouc. In the past it was a major crossroad in the heart of Moravia in the Czech Republic. It is still a major railway junction with mainlines to Prague via Olomouc, Warsaw via Ostrava, and Vienna via Břeclav, and a regional line to Brno. Today the main commercial heart of the town lies around the T.G. Masaryk Square, which is of limited architectural interest. Of greater interest is the cobbled Upper Square enclosed by historic buildings, where the Comenius Museum can be found.
August Sedláček was a distinguished Czech historian and archivist.
Tomáš Necid is a Czech professional footballer who plays as a striker in the Netherlands for ADO Den Haag, and the Czech Republic national team.
Lumír Sedláček is a former Czech football defender or midfielder. He has played for the Czech Republic national under-21 football team.
The 2008–09 Czech First League, known as the Gambrinus liga for sponsorship reasons, was the sixteenth season of Czech Republic's top-tier of football. It began on 2 August 2008 and ended on 30 May 2009. Slavia Prague were the defending champions. Slavia secured their 17th title overall after a 3–1 win away against Viktoria Žižkov in 28th round. They were the first club to defend Czech title since the 2000–01 season.
Polak, aka Polack, Poláček or Pollack is a surname common in Germany, Denmark, the Czech Republic, and the United States. One of its meanings may be Polish man. It may refer to:
Roman Sedláček is a Czech football coach and a former player. He played for his country five times between 1990 and 1991.
Michal Sedláček is a Czech football player who plays as a midfielder for Bohemians 1905 in the Czech First League.
Vojtěch Sedláček is a Czech entrepreneur, who established Obsluzna spol. (1995) and Agentura ProVas (1996). Both companies have a mission of creating employment and business opportunities for people with disabilities. In 1973 Vojtech Sedlacek married with Jaroslava Vagnerova, they raised four daughters and one son.
Sedláček is a Czech surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Pavel Sedláček is a Czech rock and roll singer, songwriter and guitarist. When he was 15 played "Rock Around the Clock" on the show for amateur musicians. From 1962 he collaborated with theatre Semafor. At the same time he recorded the song "Život je pes" which became his first hit. In 1968 he attended Czech Technical University in Prague.
Pavel Sedláček may refer to:
Svět otevřený náhodám is a 1971 Czechoslovak drama film directed by Karel Steklý.
Tomáš Ježek may refer to:
Jakub Sedláček may refer to:
Richard Sedláček is a Czech football player who plays as midfielder for the Eerste Divisie club Jong AZ.