|Field||Film, TV, Stage & Radio|
|Birth||26 June 1954, Zagreb|
Miroslav Nemec (born 26 September 1971) is a Slovak former football player and currently a Head coach of the "A" Team of MFK Frýdek-Místek.
Miroslav Nemec's football career began at Agrostav Sásová where he played since he was twelve years old and lasted until the beginning of his compulsory military service. During compulsory military service he played for "B" team Dukla Banská Bystrica. After finishing compulsory military service he played for TJ Selce (the third league). From 1996, he has played at following teams: Tatran Prešov, 1. FC Košice, DAC Dunajská Streda, F.C. Ironi Ashdod (Israel), MŠK Žilina, Matador Púchov, FK Atyrau (Kazakhstan), and FC Ekibastuzets (Kazakhstan). After his return from Kazakhstan he retired from his active football career in 1996. During the 2011/2012 season, he was a member of the TOP Eleven ObFZ Žilina.
After he quit his football career he switched to the position of a football coach. He worked as an assistant head coach of MŠK Žilina, as well as head coach of U-19 and reserve teams. Currently he works as an assistant to head coach Dariusz Kubicki (TS Bielsko-Biala/Poland - ekstraklasa). From October 2015 I was a head coach of the team OFK Teplička nad Váhom participant in II. league (DOXXbet league). My task was to save the team in II. league, which was met. Currently I am head coach of A team MFK Frýdek Místek (II. ligue - Czech republic).
European club matches
- 2003/2004: FK Matador Púchov: UEFA Cup (4 matches/2 goals—FC Sioni Bolnisi, FC Barcelona)
- 2002/2003: MŠK Žilina: Champions League (2 matches—FC Basel 1893)
- 2000/2001: 1. FK Košice: UEFA Cup (2 matches—GAK Graz)
- 2008 (MŠK Žilina): participation at group stage of the UEFA Cup (assistant of head coach Dušan Radolský)
- 2010 (MŠK Žilina): participation at group stage of the Champions League (assistant of head coach Pavel Hapal)
- 2002, 2003 (MŠK Žilina): Slovak football champion (player's career)
- 2007, 2010, 2012 (MŠK Žilina): Slovak football champion (assistant of head coach Pavel Vrba, Pavel Hapal, Frans Adelaar)
- 2012 (MŠK Žilina): winner of Slovak Cup (assistant of head coach Frans Adelaar)