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|Date of birth||(1959-11-08)8 November 1959|
|Place of birth||Prague, Czechoslovakia|
|Date of death||24 January 2013(2013-01-24) (aged 53)|
|Place of death||Surabaya, Indonesia|
|TJ Dynamo České Budějovice|
|2005–2006||Slavia Prague (assistant coach)|
|2008–2010||Slavia Prague (youth coach)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Janů started his football career as a youth player at TJ Dynamo České Budějovice, before moving to Slavia Prague at the age of 17. He played 201 matches for Slavia in an 11-year spell. He went on to play for Bohemians Prague for two years before heading to Malaysia. In the 1992–93 season he returned to Czechoslovakia, playing four more games for Bohemians. He finished his career with a total of 240 games in the Czechoslovak First League, having scored five goals.
His coaching adventure in Indonesia started in Persigo and then PSM. He led PSM to second place in the 2004 Liga Indonesia Premier Division. He joined Arema for a second time in the 2010–11 season, replacing Dutch winning manager, Robert Alberts. Arema finished the season in second place. Retire at Persebaya Surabaya
He died in Surabaya (Indonesia) on 24 January 2013 suffering a suspected heart attack.
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