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Lazar Stanišić (; born 5 July 1984) is a Serbian footballer who plays as a defender for SC-ESV Parndorf 1919.
"SC-ESV Parndorf 1919 win 3-1 on aggregate and are promoted to the Austrian First League"
He has previously played for SC Neusiedl am See 1919, SC-ESV Parndorf 1919 and SC Wiener Neustadt.
SC-ESV Parndorf 1919 is an Austrian association football club from Parndorf. They currently play in the Austrian Regional League East.
His previous club is Győri ETO, Siófok, Csepel, MATÁV SC Sopron, Yukong Elephants in South Korea, Hapoel Kfar Saba in Israel, and SC-ESV Parndorf in Austria.
Martin Mikulič (born 14 March 1985 in Bratislava) is a Slovak football striker who currently plays for the Austrian Football First League club SC-ESV Parndorf 1919.
Michael Zechner (born 31 January 1975) is a retired Austrian footballer. Zechner played for FK Austria Wien, First Vienna FC, Wiener Sport-Club, SKN St. Pölten, Union Berlin, SC Paderborn 07, SC-ESV Parndorf 1919, Sturm Graz and Kapfenberger SV.
After retiring he became a manager. His clubs to date are Austria Lustenau (2003–2005), SC Schwanenstadt (August 2005 – December 2005), FC Superfund (January 2006 – March 2006) and SC Schwanenstadt again (July 2006-Autumn 2007). After a few months at SC-ESV Parndorf 1919 he joined the Austrian U-20 set-up.
Due to SC Ritzing failure to get a Bundesliga license, SC-ESV Parndorf 1919, who finished second in the Ost division, and SK Austria Klagenfurt, who finished first in the Mitte division, will participate in a two-legged tie. The winner on aggregate score after both matches will be promoted to the Austrian Football First League.
In July 1997, he joined Slovak club FK Matador Púchov. In next time Ali played for the Slovak champion club FK Inter Bratislava and Austrian clubs SC Eisenstadt, SC-ESV Parndorf 1919, UFC Mannersdorf from lower leagues. Lembakoali became the "face" of the civic association People Against Racism (ĽPR) and the International Football Against Racism in Europe (FARE).
The draw for this round was conducted on 3 August 2010. The draw involved the 34 winners of the Preliminary Round, the 20 professional teams from the 2010–11 Bundesliga and First League, SC-ESV Parndorf 1919 as losing team of the 2009–10 Regionalliga promotion play-offs and nine regional cup winners. The matches of this round were played between 12 and 17 August 2010.
In 2012, he became part of the managing staff of Red Bull Salzburg. In July 2012, he became assistant coach of Roger Schmidt in the first squad. After a successful stint at Salzburg, he was appointed head coach of his former team SV Ried. Glasner won his first match as head coach 3–2 against SC/ESV Parndorf in the first round of the Austrian Cup and won his first league match 3–1 against Wiener Neustadt.
Mählich has been head coach of Parndorf, SC Lassee, SC Mannsdorf, SV St. Margarethen, and the reserve team for Austria Wien. He was head coach of Parndorf from 1 July 2009 to 31 December 2009. His first match was a 5–1 win against Team für Wien on 7 August 2009. The following week, they were knocked out by Rapid Wien in extra time in the first round of the Austrian Cup. His final match was a 1–1 draw against Zwettl on 13 November 2009. He was head coach of Lassee between 1 January 2010 and 12 May 2012. Then he took over Mannsdorf between 24 September 2012 and 20 October 2013. His first match was a 3–2 loss against Leobendorf on 29 October 2012. His final match was a 4–1 loss against Bad Vöslau. He was head coach of St. Margarethen between 1 July 2014 and when he was appoint head coach of the reserve team of Austria Wien. His first match was a 1–1 draw against Klingenbach. His final match was a 2–2 draw against Pinkafeld on 21 March 2015. Mählich became the head coach of the reserve team for Austria Wien on 25 March 2015. After the season, he became a coach in the academy. Andreas Ogris replaced him on 22 June 2015.
After being released by FC Bayern Munich Ngwat-Mahop ended up as a trialist in Red Bull Salzburg. He managed to persuade FC Red Bull Salzburg's manager Giovanni Trapattoni of his football skills and he signed a two-year contract with the Austrian club. After the signing of his contract he was sent to Red Bull Salzburg Juniors to get playing time. There he made his debut in a 5–1 away defeat by FK Austria Wien II. In his second match with Red Bull Salzburg Juniors he handed two assists, to his teammates Vujic and Kitzbichler, to help them score the first and second goal of their team in a 2–2 home draw with SC-ESV Parndorf. He scored his first goal for his team in an 1–3 away win against DSV Leoben in the 70th minute after an assist by Öbster. In his next match Ngwat-Mahop scored once, in a 2–1 home win against Austria Lustenau. On 26 October, he netted a goal in the 80th minute of a 2–0 home win against Bad Aussee, to put the game beyond any doubt. In the next match against SK Schwadorf he proved himself a prolific forward by scoring the opening goal of the match, in the first minute, and serving the second to his teammate David Witteveen. Red Bull Salzburg Juniors finally lost the game by a 3–2 scoreline. Ngwat-Mahop continued scoring for his team in 2–1 home win against FK Austria Wien II, by scoring the opening goal of the match. Ngwat-Mahop featured in 13 matches and scored five goals for Red Bull Salzburg Juniors until the winter break. That resulted in him being called to play with FC Red Bull Salzburg's first team. After playing in some friendly matches with Red Bull Salzburg during the winter break, he made his league debut for the club on 23 February 2008, in a 3–1 away defeat from Austria Wien, as he replaced Alexander Zickler in the 52nd minute. Ngwat-Mahop continued to feature regularly in Red Bull Salzburg's playing squad until the end of the season, although mostly as a substitute. He also managed to score his first goal with Red Bull Salzburg in a 3–0 home win against Sturm Graz. At the end of the season he totalled one goal in 12 appearances. In April 2008, Ngwat-Mahop signed a contract extension with Red Bull Salzburg until the summer of 2011.