Legendary Czech ice-hockey player František Tikal has died just days after his 75 birthday following a long illness. Mr Tikal played during the 1950s and 60s and was regarded at the time as one of the best defenders in the game. He represented his country in seven world championships and two Olympic Games and also played for the Prague teams Sparta and Tankista Praha.
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