Lubos Marek Kamenar is a Slovakian goalballer who plays for Russian club Dynamo and the Slovakia National team, aged 28. He began his career in 1999 aged 15 with Slovan in the Slovak 3rd Liga. He helped them to promotion and then again into the Premier. Aged 18 in 2002 he signed for Slovakian giants Bratislava but got injured against Sherrif in UEGA CL qualification and when he returned he was dropped to Bratislava II for a while before making his full return. In 2005 when Lubos was 21 he was signed by French side Toulouse. He scored 2 goals, 3 games in a row against Brive, Biarritz and Auxerre becoming the first defender to do so. When the Toulouse youth system expanded at the merger of the Toulouse and Toulan youth systems Lubos Kamenar struggled for a place. It was reported that Kamenar may return to Slovakia to where he used to play but in 2008 he signed for Pakistani side Lahore Kings. He made his debut against Islamabad and then his league debut against Karachi. In 2010 he was loaned to Qatari Stars league side Al Fuddaq for the remander of the season. It was later permanent in 2011. In 2012 Kamenar declared he needed to sort outhis game and return to the spotlight. He signed for moneybags Dynamo on the 31st August. He played alongside Finnish defender Timi Lahti. Both were challenged by new signings Yuri Renov and Nikolaei Smynov.