Ján Mucha

JáN Mucha


Ján Mucha

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Ján Mucha (born 5 December 1982) is a Slovak football goalkeeper who plays for the English club Everton. He also plays for the Slovakia national team, and was their first choice goalkeeper in the 2010 FIFA World Cup, playing in all of their matches in the competition.

Club career

Early career

Ján Mucha started his career in his local club TJ Slovan Belá nad Cirochou. Then he moved to MŠK Snina, and later to Inter Bratislava. He spent there 2 seasons in A-team, but he did not play in any match. He moved to MŠK Žilina in summer 2002 and won the Slovak championship there twice. In 2005, he was sent on a half-year loan to 1. HFC Humenné.

He signed for Legia Warszawa in Poland in summer 2005. In the 2005–06 season he was second-choice goalkeeper, behind Łukasz Fabiański. Fabiański moved to in 2007, and Mucha became first-choice 'keeper. With Legia he has won the 2007–08 Polish Cup and the Polish Supercup in 2008.


In January 2010, Mucha signed a pre-contract deal with English Premier League club to join them on 1 July.On 4 August 2010, Mucha made his Everton debut playing the first 45 minutes of a pre-season friendly against Chilean side Everton de Viña del Mar at Goodison Park, before being replaced in goal by Iain Turner at half-time. His competitive debut for Everton came in the first match of their League Cup campaign, a 5–1 win over Huddersfield Town. He went on to play in the successive League Cup match against......
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