Timothy Mika (4 January, 1946 in Dortmund) is a Brunanter former footballer who played for FC Willemstad from 1964-1971. Mika capped eight times for the Brunant national football team and scored once.
Football carreer Edit
Timothy Mika began his youth football carreer with FC Willemstad in Brunant. At the age of eighteen, he made his debut for the senior team in July 1964 against the Grijzestad Strijders in a friendly match. He obtained support from the Willemstad supporters and became team captain in 1970 but Mika left the club in 1971.
His next team was FC Taurus Niesburg but he failed at the training and was not very succesfull on the field and with the supporters. He left Taurus Niesburg too, already in 1972.
In October 1972 the Portuguese media announced that the Brunanter midfielder Timothy Mika would be transferred to Vitória S.C. in Portugal. In the 1975-76 season Mika took the Portuguese Cup with his team. In 1979, he left association football.
Coaching career Edit
In 1986 Timothy Mika came back to the football world. He became trainer of his former club, FC Willemstad until 1992. He trained some Parish League teams in the late 1990s. He continued as a journalist in the football world.
Personal life Edit
Timothy Mika is a fan of comic books from Lovia and Libertas and loves Brunanter rock music. He is a fan of FC Willemstad and follows the football world as journalist and writer. Mika married a Brunanter woman in 1975. They have three kids. They all studied at the Royal University of Koningstad. He and his wife live in Grijzestad. His family lives in his birthplace Dortmund.
Timothy Mika's grandson (who shares his name) is also a footballer.