The closely watched return did not have a completely happy ending. Former national team member Václav Kadlec, who is trying to restart his career in Mladá Boleslav, where he signed a one-year contract a few days ago, started on Saturday before noon for a three-league match in a CFL match. However, the 29-year-old striker lasted only 29 minutes on the field in Břízky, then he had to take turns due to a muscle injury. Mladá Boleslav B won over the Jablonec reserve 2: 1.
It was a complete sensation. Former Spartan supertalent Václav Kadlec ended his career last February due to repeated knee problems. Over time, as health improved, he first began to play at the amateur level. And finally, he got together healthily, trying to renew his professional career at the age of 29. Kadlec did not choose Letná for his return, but a competitor from Mladá Boleslav. There he got a chance to prepare with a reserve and eventually signed a contract, but coach A coach Karel Jarolím has already taken him to work.
On Saturday, before lunch, he ran to the premiere start in the Mladá Boleslav Béčka jersey on the Jablonec B field. Boleslav won 2: 1 even without a known player who started with the number 17 on the jersey.
“The first match and the back of the quarterback jerked,” Kadlec wrote on social networks after the match. “It would be naive to think that it will all go like the first 6 weeks, so no problem …. The main thing is that the knee is great and this is just a short break. A little problem and a little delay …” he added with optimism, that nothing has changed in his plans to return to big football.