Vladimír Weiss>, born on 30th November 1989 is a professional footballer who plays for Slovakian National Football team. He has also played for team Manchester City in the past and Inter Bratislava. He was sent out on loan to Bolton Wanderers for whom he still plays. Weiss is looked upon as a promising footballer with excellent skills of high speed and dribbling.

He began his career in 2006 with Manchester City club. He started his senior career by playing in Manchester City team in 2009. He made one appearance for the team. He has also made 13 appearances for Bolton Wanderers team. He began playing for the National Slovakian team in 2009, for which he has made 11 appearances so far. He has also played for under 21 National Slovakian team and made seven appearances for it.

His father and grandfather, both named Vladimír Weiss, were into football. His father currently is a head coach for the National football team of Slovakian football. He was also a professional footballer and has won 12 caps on the national side. His grandfather was a football player too and played for Czechoslovakia.

Team Bolton Wanderers Bolton Wanderers
Position Midfielder
Height / weight 1.73 m / 71 kg
Born 30 Nov 1989
Nationality Slovakia Slovakia
Team History
Lekhwiya SC 2014 - present
Slovakia Slovakia 2016 - present
Olympiacos FC Olympiacos 2016 - present
Espanyol Espanyol 2016 - present
Manchester City Man City 2016 - present
Rangers FC Rangers 2016 - present
Bolton Wanderers Bolton 2016 - present
Olympiacos FC Olympiacos 2013 - 2014
Delfino Pescara 1936 2012 - 2013
Espanyol Espanyol 2011 - 2012 (loan)
Manchester City Man City 2009 - 2012
Rangers FC Rangers 2010 - 2011 (loan)
Bolton Wanderers Bolton 2010 (loan)

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