Ľubomír Luhový - Statistics - Club Career

Club Career

Club performance League
Season Club League Apps Goals
Czechoslovakia League
1985/86 Matador Púchov 12 2
1985/86 Internacional Slovnaft Bratislava First League 5 0
1986/87 Dukla Banská Bystrica First League 3 0
1987/88 12 3
1988/89 Internacional Slovnaft Bratislava First League 23 5
1989/90 30 20
France League
1990/91 Martigues Division 2 31 16
1991/92 33 17
Czechoslovakia League
1992/93 Inter Slovnaft Bratislava First League 28 17
Slovakia League
1993/94 Inter Slovnaft Bratislava Superliga 16 12
Japan League
1994 Urawa Red Diamonds J. League 1 16 8
Slovakia League
1994/95 Inter Slovnaft Bratislava Superliga 9 3
1995/96 27 10
1996/97 10 9
1997/98 Spartak Trnava Superliga 24 17
Austria League
1998/99 Grazer AK Bundesliga 21 3
1999/00 0 0
Slovakia League
2000/01 Artmedia Petržalka 6 1
Country Czechoslovakia 113 47
France 64 33
Slovakia 102 62
Japan 16 8
Austria 21 3
Total 306 153

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