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Slavia luckless in front of goal

July 20, 2013 by

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Slavia Praha kicked off their season with a frustrating 1-1 home draw against Banik Ostrava. Missed chances and defensive mistakes cost Slavia two points here, however, there were signs of encouragement with the amount of chances created in a second half rally.  Over 7500 fans were dotted around Eden and the combination of the sweltering […]

Slavia Praha and Priorities

July 9, 2013 by

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We are just ten days away from the new Gambrinus Liga season kicking off and I can feel a sense of cautious optimism building around Eden. Pre-season has habit of breeding false confidence – I should know – but Slavia seem to be heading in the right direction after an excellent end to last season. […]

Jiří Štajner to inspire Mladá Boleslav

June 20, 2013 by

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The Gambrinus foam has barely been wiped from Pavel Horvath’s mouth and yet I am pining for the new season to kick off. And without a major tournament vying for our attention this summer, although the Confederations Cup has been excellent so far, we have to feed off the transfer window for footballing nourishment. Thankfully […]

Goals at the Juliska

April 26, 2013 by

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It’s Friday and the sun is shining – this can only mean one thing (well two things actually) – we are coming to the end of the season and Dukla Praha are playing at home. Dukla Praha v Sigma Olomouc Dukla welcome Sigma Olomouc to Prague this evening in rude health and in search of […]

Brazil 2014: Denmark to oust Czechs and Bulgaria

April 22, 2013 by

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Michal Bilek may have kept his job last week as coach of the Czech Republic but the chances of his side, in my opinion, reaching the World Cup in 2014 look very remote indeed. Italy, you would expect, can start booking their accommodation in Brazil after a blistering start in Group B. The Italians sit in top spot […]

Jablonec to bounce back against České Budějovice

April 16, 2013 by

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So the dust has settled on the ‘S’ derby and the Sparta squad have enjoyed a trip to see the mayor and collect a giant key to the city for their efforts. It was a predictable result in all fairness as Sparta proved to be far too slick. On a positive note for Slavia fans it landed […]

Milan Baroš: Repairing his reputation

March 12, 2013 by

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Milan Baroš scored his first goals since returning to the Czech Republic this weekend and in the process, whether he meant to or not, the ex Liverpool striker went someway into repairing his ailing reputation. The hat-trick, his first in Czech football, he notched in the 3-0 win over Hradec Králové was crowned by giving his […]