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Gambrinus Liga: Week Four Tips

August 9, 2013 by

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Week Three Review It took Mlada Boleslav a few weeks to get the engines going but they are up and running after knocking four past Slovan Liberec. Jan Chramosta and Jiri Stajiner, inevitability, were among the scorers for Boleslav and they should follow up against Slovacko at the weekend. Let’s not dwell on Slavia’s 3-2 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Ostrava to struggle against a resilient Plzeň

August 16, 2012 by

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Viktoria Plzeň suffered what is sure to be one of the biggest shocks of the season when they were stunned 3-2 by newly promoted Brno last weekend. The fourth best team in last season’s Druha Liga beat every neutral fans favourite. But on closer inspection, perhaps it wasn’t such a shock after all. Plzeň’s meteoric […]

Viktoria Plzeň clinch the title

May 22, 2011 by

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Viktoria Plzeň finally confirmed what they have threatening to do for ages, and win the Gambrinus Liga. Although for a brief moment, Ostrava gave the home side a bit of a scare after taking an early lead. I went to Plzeň yesterday to witness the title celebrations, it was the first time I have seen Plzeň play […]

Experience Still Leads The Way

August 1, 2010 by

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After watching Slavia Prague labour their way to a 1-0 win over Mlada Boleslav it was clear to see that old head Stanislav Vlcek still has an important role to play. Vlcek  is 34 years old and  is in his second stint at Slavia Prague, his substitute appearance on Saturday swung the game in Slavia’s favour – infact his 30 minute cameo was enough to […]