Adam Hloušek Over a million francs in debt – professional footballer missing
Adam Hlousek has gone into hiding. This is probably because he owes a lot of money to previous players and is broke.
That’s what it’s about
Instead of being taken care of – in debt: Czech footballer Adam Hlousek has gone into hiding.
Several teammates are said to have lent him money.
There is talk of more than one million Swiss francs.
Adam Hlouek completed 81 games in the Bundesliga. The Czech played for Kaiserslautern, Nuremberg and Stuttgart in the highest German league. He is now 34 years old, but still active as a professional. This in the Czech league at Trinity Zlin. But now Hlousek is missing.
As the Czech portal “sportnet” writes, the eight-time Czech international should be completely broke. Even with former teammates he is deeply in debt. The medium writes of more than 21 million crowns, i.e. the equivalent of more than one million francs.
Filed personal bankruptcy
Hlousek has not appeared on the club premises for several weeks. This is probably also because an attempt was made to confront him in the parking lot in front of the stadium. His coach says: “I don’t know where Hlousek is. In the hospital or on the beach in Brazil? I last saw him earlier this year. Someone is still looking for him, but it’s not me.”
One who is looking for him is probably Ondrej Celustka. The Sparta Prague centre-back is among Hlousek’s creditors. The 33-year-old is said to have lent his compatriot 300,000 francs – but the money is probably gone. According to media reports, Hlousek’s lawyers filed for kicker’s personal bankruptcy last week.
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