Martin Jakubko> is a Slovak football player who presently plays for the Russian Premier League club, Dynamo Moscow and also for the Slovakia National Football Team.
Born in Chminianska Nova Ves, Martin played for teams like Chminianska Nová Ves, MFK Slovan Sabinov and Odeva Lipany. It was in 2005 that he made his international debut in 2-1 away match victory for Slovakia team. This match was played against Estonia at the FIFA World Cup qualification in 2006. Martin scored his first goal against Poland team in a 2-2 friendly match on 7th February, 2007.
In 2010, at the FIFA World Cup qualification, Jakubko played around six matches and even helped to get qualified at the tournament by scoring 2 goals. A faithful player from the start, Martin is a striker whom Vladimir Weiss, the national coach respects and even admires.
When playing for the Slovakia team since 2005, Martin has made 23 appearances and scored four goals till date. Having started his career with the Tatran Presov from 1999 till 2003, he made 23 appearances and played on loan basis with the Bukocel Vranov in 2002. From 2003 onwards, he played for Dukla Banska, Saturn Moscow Oblast, FC Khimki, FC Moscow and Dynamo Moscow.