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 Maksimilijan MIHELČIČ 1926-1932 
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Location: Vancouver, BC
Name: Maksimilijan Mihelčič

Nickname: "Maks"


Country: :SLO: Slovenia
Club: HŠK Građanski Zagreb
Position: *GK
Side: RF/BS
Age: 21-27 years (29/07/1905)

Height: not found
Weight: not found

Attack: 30
Defence: 88
Balance: 81
Stamina: 63
Top Speed: 70
Acceleration: 72
Response: 91
Agility: 80
Dribble Accuracy: 51
Dribble Speed: 54
Short Pass Accuracy: 57
Short Pass Speed: 62
Long Pass Accuracy: 59
Long Pass Speed: 64
Shot Accuracy: 45
Shot Power: 79
Shot Technique: 43
Free Kick Accuracy: 41
Curling: 46
Header: 48
Jump: 87
Technique: 52
Aggression: 59
Mentality: 83
Keeper Skills: 87
Teamwork: 75

Injury Tolerance: B
Condition/Fitness: 7
Weak Foot Accuracy: 4
Weak Foot Frequency: 4
Consistency: 5
Growth Type: Standard



Attack / Defence Awareness Card: Defence Minded


One of the leading keepers in Yugoslavia in the first half of the 20th century. Maks was very flexible and brave keeper with good reflexes and elasticity. He had also solid positioning on the line, good stregth and agility. He began to play in the Ljubljana ŽSK Hermes, and is celebrated on the goal HŠK Građanski Zagreb in whose jersey has won state championships 1926th and 1928. As keeper of the Civil, succeeded in the club and the team celebrated Dragutin "Karlek" Friedrich, and with Vrđuka, was the third major Yugoslav national team goalkeeper to 1930. year. When in 1934 he left Građanski, defended the goal Spartak club in Zagreb appointees Power Station. Like other Slovenian footballer after Stanko Tavčar, he was a member of the Yugoslav national team, with whom he performed at the Summer Olympics 1928, was scheduled for presentation at the World Cup 1930, where they appeared to conflict only Serbian football clubs. With 20 games for the selection of Zagreb, and he played 18 games for the national team of Yugoslavia. He made his debut on 28 October 1925th in the match against Czechoslovakia (0-7) in Prague, a last game played on 4 October 1931st v. Bulgaria (2:3) in Sofia Balkan Cup. A driver by profession, when he joined the Civil got a job; in city services and the driver was then Mayor. After World War Two he was a youth coach of Dinamo Zagreb. Maks died in 1958.

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