Very sad news has hit the world of football. Former Slavia Prague and Pilsen striker Robert Segmüller has died at the age of 78. The Vršovice unit announced the death on its social networks.
Segmüller played for the Czech Republic between 1974 and 1978. He played a total of 122 league matches for Slavia, in which he scored 54 goals. Particularly memorable is the 1976 game against Jablonec, which Slavia won 7:1 and Segmüller contributed to the victory with four goals.
The former great striker was a teammate and great friend of the legendary František Veselý, with whom he participated in the Czech Cup victory in 1974. With Prague, he also reached the Czechoslovakian Cup final, in which Slavia lost to Slovan Bratislava.
Segmüller also wore the Plzeň shirt in the highest competition. He played for her in 12 matches, in which he scored three times.
Legendary SK Slavia Prague striker Robert Segmüller died today at the age of 78. In the red and white shirt he played a total of 270 games between 1974 and 1978, scoring 177 goals and in 1974 he won the Czech Republic Cup. Honor his memory. 🕊️
Sincere condolences to the family and to all the bereaved. pic.twitter.com/b7BcRH5GyF
— SK Slavia Prague (@slaviaofficial) July 17, 2023
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