Miroslav Kluc was a known Czech ice hockey player who played on position of striker and coach. He was oldest Czech hockey representative who competed in the World Cup in 1953 and Olympics Games in 1956. After his active playing career he served as a coach for several club like Czech Chomutov and Litvinov, Switzerland Lausanne and led Ljubljana and Yugoslav representation. He died three days after his 90th birthday.
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