The former professional of 1. FC Kaiserslautern, 1. FC Nürnberg and VfB Stuttgart Adam Hlousek can no longer be reached from his club FC Trinity Zlín in the Czech Republic. Apparently the left foot has disappeared due to his high debts.
Former Bundesliga professional Adam Hlouek has apparently filed for personal bankruptcy. This is reported by "Bild" with reference to the Czech portal "Sportnet". Hlousek is said to be heavily in debt, the talk is of the equivalent of around one million euros. Apparently, the eight-time national player has borrowed a lot of money from his teammates over the past few years - without having paid off his debts so far. He is said to have borrowed over 300,000 euros from ex-teammate Ondrej Celustka alone.
According to the report, it is questionable whether the Spartak professional will get his money back soon. Because: Hlousek has not been seen at his current employer for months. There is currently no information about his current whereabouts, the report said.
Zlín coach Pavel Vrba recently admitted publicly that he has no news about his full-back. "I don't know where Hlousek is. On sick leave or on the beach in Brazil? I last saw him at the beginning of the year. Someone is still looking for him, but it's not me," the 59-year-old told Sportnet. . His contract with the Czech first division club, to which he switched about a year ago, runs until the end of the season.
Adam Hlousek moved from Slavia Prague to 1. FC Kaiserslautern in January 2011. After his return to the Czech Republic, he returned to Germany in 2012, this time to 1. FC Nürnberg. In 2014 he moved on to VfB Stuttgart. After two years with the Swabians, Hlousek moved to Warsaw, before finally moving to Kaiserslautern again for a season via Viktoria Pilsen in the summer of 2020.