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Can you name the Clubs of UEFA Euro runners-up : Czech Republic 1996?

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1. Petr Kouba
1988-1990 (Czech Republic) 
1991-1996 (Czech Republic) 
1996-1997 (Spain) 
1997-1998 (Germany) 
1998-1999 (Czech Republic) 
1999-2001 (Spain) 
2001-2002 (Czech Republic) 
2002-2005 (Czech Republic) 
2. Radoslav Látal
1987-1989 (Czech Republic) 
1989-1990 (Czech Republic) 
1991-1994 (Czech Republic) 
1994-2001 (Germany) 
2001-2001 (Czech Republic) 
2002-2005 (Czech Republic) 
3. Jan Suchopárek
1988-1991 (Czech Republic) 
1991-1996 (Czech Republic) 
1996-1999 (France) 
1999-2000 (Germany) 
2000-2003 (Czech Republic) 
2003-2005 (Czech Republic) 
4. Pavel Nedvěd
1991-1992 (Czech Republic) 
1992-1996 (Czech Republic) 
1996-2001 (Italy) 
2001-2009 (Italy) 
5. Miroslav Kadlec
1983-1984 (Czech Republic) 
1984-1986 (Czech Republic) 
1986-1990 (Czech Republic) 
1990-1998 (Germany) 
1998-2001 (Czech Republic) 
2001-2002 (Czech Republic) 
6. Václav Němeček
1985-1992 (Czech Republic) 
1992-1995 (France) 
1995-1997 (Switzerland) 
1997-1997 (Czech Republic) 
1998-1999 (China) 
7. Jiří Němec
1985-1987 (Czech Republic) 
1987-1990 (Czech Republic) 
1990-1993 (Czech Republic) 
1993-2002 (Germany) 
2002-2003 (Czech Republic) 
2003-2003 (Czech Republic) 
2004-2004 (Czech Republic) 
8. Karel Poborský
1991-1994 (Czech Republic) 
1994-1995 (Czech Republic) 
1995-1996 (Czech Republic) 
1996-1998 (England) 
1998-2001 (Portugal) 
2001-2002 (Italy) 
2002-2005 (Czech Republic) 
2005-2007 (Czech Republic) 
9. Pavel Kuka
1987-1989 (Czech Republic) 
1989-1993 (Czech Republic) 
1994-1998 (Germany) 
1998-1999 (Germany) 
1999-2000 (Germany) 
2000-2005 (Czech Republic) 
2005-2005 (Czech Republic) 
10. Radek Drulák
1981-1981 (Czech Republic) 
1982-1982 (Czech Republic) 
1982-1987 (Czech Republic) 
1987-1990 (Czech Republic) 
1991-1993 (Germany) 
1993-1994 (Germany) 
1994-1996 (Czech Republic) 
1997-1997 (Austria) 
1997-1998 (Czech Republic) 
1999-1999 (Czech Republic) 
11. Martin Frýdek
1989-1990 (Czech Republic) 
1990-1997 (Czech Republic) 
1997-1998 (Germany) 
1998-1999 (Germany) 
1999-2001 (Czech Republic) 
2001-2004 (Czech Republic) 
2004-2005 (Czech Republic) 
2005-2005 (Czech Republic) 
12. Luboš Kubík
1981-1982 (Czech Republic) 
1982-1988 (Czech Republic) 
1989-1991 (Italy) 
1991-1993 (France) 
1993-1995 (Germany) 
1995-1996 (Czech Republic) 
1996-1997 (Czech Republic) 
1997-1998 (Czech Republic) 
1998-2000 (United States) 
2001-2001 (United States) 
13. Radek Bejbl
1990-1996 (Czech Republic) 
1996-2000 (Spain) 
2000-2002 (France) 
2002-2005 (Czech Republic) 
2005-2007 (Austria) 
2007-2008 (Czech Republic) 
14. Patrik Berger
1991-1995 (Czech Republic) 
1995-1996 (Germany) 
1996-2003 (England) 
2003-2005 (England) 
2005-2006 (England) 
2006-2007 (England) 
2007-2008 (England) 
2008-2010 (Czech Republic) 
15. Michal Horňák
1988-1989 (Czech Republic) 
1989-1990 (Czech Republic) 
1991-2001 (Czech Republic) 
2001-2003 (Austria) 
2003-2004 (Czech Republic) 
2004-2005 (Austria) 
2005-2007 (Czech Republic) 
16. Pavel Srníček
1990-1991 (Czech Republic) 
1991-1998 (England) 
1998-1998 (Czech Republic) 
1998-2000 (England) 
2000-2003 (Italy) 
2003-2003 (Italy) 
2003-2004 (England) 
2004-2004 (England) 
2004-2006 (Portugal) 
2006-2007 (England) 
17. Vladimír Šmicer
1992-1996 (Czech Republic) 
1996-1999 (France) 
1999-2005 (England) 
2005-2007 (France) 
2007-2009 (Czech Republic) 
18. Martin Kotůlek
1986-1989 (Czech Republic) 
1989-1990 (Czech Republic) 
1990-2000 (Czech Republic) 
2000-2004 (Czech Republic) 
2004-2005 (Czech Republic) 
2005-2008 (Czech Republic) 
19. Karel Rada
1990-1994 (Czech Republic) 
1994-1997 (Czech Republic) 
1997-1998 (Turkey) 
1999-2000 (Czech Republic) 
2001-2002 (Germany) 
2002-2006 (Czech Republic) 
2006-2008 (Czech Republic) 
20. Pavel Novotný
1991-1991 (Czech Republic) 
1992-1993 (Czech Republic) 
1993-1997 (Czech Republic) 
1997-1998 (Germany) 
1998-2001 (Czech Republic) 
2001-2003 (Czech Republic) 
2003-2005 (Czech Republic) 
2005-2006 (Czech Republic) 
21. Milan Kerbr
1987-1989 (Czech Republic) 
1989-1991 (Czech Republic) 
1991-1997 (Czech Republic) 
1997-1999 (Germany) 
1999-1999 (Germany) 
1999-2001 (Germany) 
22. Ladislav Maier
1988-1989 (Czech Republic) 
1990-1990 (Czech Republic) 
1990-1991 (Czech Republic) 
1992-1998 (Czech Republic) 
1998-2005 (Austria) 

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