Chelsea goalkeeper Petr
Cech has been named Czech Player of the Year for a
record-equalling fifth time, his country's football association
said on Tuesday.
The 29-year-old, who also won the award in 2005, 2008, 2009
and 2010, earned 627 points in the poll. VfL Wolfsburg
midfielder Peter Jiracek came second on 340 and Arsenal
midfielder Tomas Rosicky was third with 312.
Cech, who was also voted Chelsea's Player of the Year in
May, helped Czech Republic qualify for the European Championship
finals for the fifth consecutive time.
The Chelsea player, capped 88 times by his country, tied the
record set by keeper Ivo Viktor who picked up the award five
times between 1968-76.
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