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Gambrinus Liga: Week Two Tips

July 26, 2013 by

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Week 1 Review It was an interesting opening weekend in the Gambrinus Liga. But there already appears to be ominous signs for the rest of the league as Plzeň and Sparta occupy the top two spots after a glut of goals. It’s hard to envisage anything but a two horse race this season. There were some […]

Gambrinus Liga – 5 Things we learned this weekend

February 19, 2012 by

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The Gambrinus Liga was back in action this weekend after a three month winter hiatus. I went to three games in Prague and here are the five things I learnt. Ladislav Krejčí is lucky his right leg is still intact – Sparta youngster Krejčí has overtaken Vaclav Kadlec (in my eyes) as the hottest property in […]

Slavia Praha 2011/12 – Title Winners?

June 28, 2011 by

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Probably not. But the new season will represent a chance for Slavia to put right some wrongs from last season. It appears the club is on more stable footing than last year. ENIC have been paid a zillion krowns, or whatever they were owed and the joint owner Aleš Řebíček is looking forward to the […]

Slavia and New Beginnings

July 17, 2010 by

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Yesterday I went to watch Slavia’s first game of the season against local rivals Bohemians Prague 1905. The match had started with some promise as Bohemians scored a well worked goal in the first minute and Slavia soon responded 15 minutes with a tidy goal themselves. We might as well have gone home there and then, the quality […]