Date of birth: 22 September 1964
Playing career: Agro Hurbanovo, Inter Bratislava, Sparta Praha, Drnovice, Dunajská Streda, Košice, Artmedia
Coaching career: Artmedia (twice), Saturn Moskovskaya Oblast, Slovakia, Slovan Bratislava, Kairat Almaty, Georgia
• Bratislava-born, Weiss spent six and a half years developing his talent as a defensive midfielder with local club Inter. First capped by Czechoslovakia in 1988, he won three of his 19 caps at the 1990 FIFA World Cup.
• Had brief spell at Sparta Praha, winning the final Czechoslovakian championship in 1993. Won a further dozen caps for Slovakia, scoring his country's first post-independence goal, against United Arab Emirates in February 1994. Ended playing career with Artmedia, serving as an assistant coach until 2000 when he took the top job.
• Led Artmedia to Slovakian league title and cup final in 2005 before knocking out Celtic and Partizan to reach UEFA Champions League group stage, where they registered a famous 3-2 win at Porto. Left for Russian club Saturn in early 2006 but returned to Artmedia 18 months later and masterminded domestic double.
• Appointed national team coach in June 2008 in place of Ján Kocian and steered Slovakia to first appearance at a World Cup finals as qualifying group winners, including historic 2-1 win away to the Czech Republic. Even better followed in South Africa, Slovakia reaching the last 16 by eliminating holders Italy before losing to the Netherlands.
• Coached Slovakia in tandem with Slovan Bratislava in 2011/12 and led his home-town club into their first UEFA Europa League group stage. Nearly did the same with Kairat, only losing against Bordeaux on away goals in play-offs. Left Almaty in November 2015 having won Kazakhstan Cups in successive seasons. Hired by Georgia in March 2016, he was unable to oversee a win in 2018 World Cup qualifying as his team picked up five points from ten matches but did guide them to promotion in the inaugural UEFA Nations League.
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|05.09.2016||FIFA World Cup||Qualifying round||Georgia||1-2||Austria|
|06.10.2016||FIFA World Cup||Qualifying round||Republic of Ireland||1-0||Georgia|
|09.10.2016||FIFA World Cup||Qualifying round||Wales||1-1||Georgia|
|12.11.2016||FIFA World Cup||Qualifying round||Georgia||1-1||Moldova|
|24.03.2017||FIFA World Cup||Qualifying round||Georgia||1-3||Serbia|
|11.06.2017||FIFA World Cup||Qualifying round||Moldova||2-2||Georgia|
|02.09.2017||FIFA World Cup||Qualifying round||Georgia||1-1||Republic of Ireland|
|05.09.2017||FIFA World Cup||Qualifying round||Austria||1-1||Georgia|
|06.10.2017||FIFA World Cup||Qualifying round||Georgia||0-1||Wales|
|09.10.2017||FIFA World Cup||Qualifying round||Serbia||1-0||Georgia|
|06.09.2018||UEFA Nations League||Final tournament - Group stage||Kazakhstan||0-2||Georgia|
|09.09.2018||UEFA Nations League||Final tournament - Group stage||Georgia||1-0||Latvia|
|13.10.2018||UEFA Nations League||Final tournament - Group stage||Georgia||3-0||Andorra|
|16.10.2018||UEFA Nations League||Final tournament - Group stage||Latvia||0-3||Georgia|
|15.11.2018||UEFA Nations League||Final tournament - Group stage||Andorra||1-1||Georgia|
|19.11.2018||UEFA Nations League||Final tournament - Group stage||Georgia||2-1||Kazakhstan|
|23.03.2019||UEFA EURO||Qualifying round||Georgia||0-2||Switzerland|
|26.03.2019||UEFA EURO||Qualifying round||Republic of Ireland||1-0||Georgia|
|07.06.2019||UEFA EURO||Qualifying round||Georgia||3-0||Gibraltar|
|10.06.2019||UEFA EURO||Qualifying round||Denmark||5-1||Georgia|
|08.09.2019||UEFA EURO||Qualifying round||Georgia||0-0||Denmark|
|12.10.2019||UEFA EURO||Qualifying round||Georgia||0-0||Republic of Ireland|
|15.10.2019||UEFA EURO||Qualifying round||Gibraltar||2-3||Georgia|
|15.11.2019||UEFA EURO||Qualifying round||Switzerland||1-0||Georgia|
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