Browsing All posts tagged under »Czech Football«

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 […]

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 […]

Liberec and Lafata to shine?

February 28, 2013 by

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The Gambrinus Liga is back. Well it was back last week but somebody forgot to tell the strikers as goals were at a premium, that was, until the top two sides weighed in with a few. Hopefully round 18 can provide us with more entertainment and a few winners to boost the Svijany fund. Here […]

The Lowdown on Olympique Lyonnais

September 20, 2012 by

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Sparta Praha open their Europa League adventure with their toughest fixture of the group stage. An away trip to Lyon. The french outfit are regular Champions League participants, however, they will have to make do with the Europa League after finishing in just 4th position in Ligue 1 last season (and 18 points off champions […]

Fresh Corruption Scandal Looms

September 18, 2012 by

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Breaking news has surfaced today about the alleged match fixing and the handling of specific games in the Gambrinus Liga. Sparta chief, Daniel Křetínský, has met with the Czech FA President, Miroslav Pelta, and presented information that is sure to send reverberations around the footballing community in the Czech Republic. Just months after former health […]

All aboard the Slavia Express… Chooo Chooo.

August 31, 2012 by

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It’s a rare occasion when I am confident of Slavia Praha getting a result. But this weekend is different, for a multitude of reasons. Slavia hit Brno for FIVE last week, yes, FIVE GOALS! We should have seen it coming, given it was the start of five consecutive days of Gambrinus Liga and it was […]

Olomouc to pile on more misery for Slovacko

August 4, 2012 by

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  Backing teams with confidence at this early stage in the Gambrinus Liga is very difficult. Last weekend Brno shocked Slovacko with a 1-0 win and Slavia Praha’s 3-3 draw with newly promoted Jihlava illustrates this point perfectly. Although we are just a week into the season we can draw some conclusions from the previous […]