Juraj Kucka> is a Slovak football midfielder who presently plays for the Czech Gambrinus liga club, Sparta Praha. Standing six feet one inches, Juraj made his Corgon Liga debut in 2007 for MFK Ruzomberok team and in the first season, he played six matches. With this team he played overall 49 matches and scored around 8 goals.
In 2009, he signed a three year contract for AC Sparta and by 2009-10 season, he even won the league. It was during his first year, he got known as Roy Keane of Sparta for his unique style of playing.
His international career started in 2008 when he made his debut in a friendly match against Liechtenstein team. He was also called by Vladimir Weiss, the Slovakia manager, at the FIFA World Cup 2010 though he didn’t play any qualification match as such.
Some of his major teams include Sparta Praha-B (2009), Sparta Praha (2009) and NFK Ruzomberok (2007-08). With Podbrezova team (2006-07), he made 21 appearances and scored one goal. He made 49 appearances and scored 8 goals in 2007-08 season for MFK Ruzomberok team. From 2009 onwards, he is with Sparta Praha team and till date has made 37 appearances and scored 9 goals.
With the AC Sparta club, he received the Gambrinus liga in 2009-10 season.