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The Trip to Milan – Five Things I learnt

September 29, 2011 by

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Going to Milan was not just about the football, the City of Milan has alot to offer and I attempted to soak up as much as possible. Which resulted in 5 valuable lessons, natrually it makes sense to start with the football. Viktoria Plzeň are a credit to the Czech Republic – Matching AC Milan […]

Seedorf, Horvath and Champions League Shocks?

September 28, 2011 by

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I arrived yesterday in Milan and made the trip to the San Siro for the Plzen pre match press conference. Upon arriving at the stadium I was in awe at the sheer size, an absolute monster of a ground. Not so pleasing on the eye, as it kind of resembles an early 90’c NCP Car Park from […]

Czech Football and European Hangovers

August 30, 2011 by

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Chris Boothroyd delves into the archive and works out if European Football is a burden to Czech sides looking to retain their title. Viktoria Plzeň’s qualification for the UEFA Champion’s League group stages for the first time in their history has undoubtedly been a fantastic achievement for the club. Their double victory over Danish Champions […]