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Discussion in 'Central & Eastern Europe' started by TariboWest33, Oct 16, 2007.
VIDEO: CROATIA - SLOVAKIA 3:0
Easy win for Croatia...
Come on Slovakia!
Croatia is very strong at this moment, I like this team
I have no idea where to ask this question but how are things with Trezcin with Ling?
He said he bought 5 Argentines, anyone know who they are?
He also said one Argie who now plays in Holland with an amateur team will join his team for pre-season training. Who is he?
Not sure if anyone reads this, but in either case
good game and congrats
Same as above, plus
Congrats on qualifying, and good luck!!
They were pretty lucky in Poland, but definitely deserved to qualify for the first time! Congrats.
Btw: Any Slovaks on this board?
well I'm Moravian (the region of Czech Republic, not religion) and will be living the WC experience vicariously through Slovakia.
Apparently, Slovakia vs USA on Nov 14.
This ought to be interesting.... I know very little about your team, as an American, since the US hasn't really played them very often.
Friendly match, on Nov. 17th in Zilina:
Slovakia vs Chile
You won your group, and we are the 2nd best southamerican NT. I think it will be an interesting match.
Anyone know what time the game is on November 14th?
Slovakia NT for the games against USA and Chile.
Ján Mucha (Legia Varšava/POL), Luboš Kamenár (FC Nantes/FRA), Dušan Kuciak (FC Vaslui/RUM).
Martin Škrtel (FC Liverpool/ENG), Peter Pekarík (VfL Wolfsburg/GER), Radoslav Zabavník (Terek Groznyj/RUS), Ján Durica (Lokomotiv Moskva/RUS), Marek Cech (West Bromwich Albion/ENG), Kornel Saláta (Slovan Bratislava), Martin Petráš (AC Cesena/ITA).
Juraj Kucka (Sparta Praha/CZE), Marek Hamšík (SSC Napoli/ITA), Miroslav Karhan (1. FSV Mainz/GER), Vladimír Weiss Jr. (Manchester City/ENG), Miroslav Stoch (FC Twente/HOL), Marek Sapara (Rosenborg Trondheim/NOR), Zdeno Štrba (Škoda Xanthi/GRE), Kamil Kopúnek (Spartak Trnava), Dušan Švento (Red Bull Salzburg/AUS), Ján Kozák (Slovan Bratislava).
Róbert Vittek (OSC Lille/FRA), Erik Jendrišek (1. FC Kaiserslautern/GER), Stanislav Šesták (VfL Bochum/GER).
Coach: Vladimír Weiss.
Yesterday in Zilina:
Slovakia-Chile "A-B" 1:2
Goals: Jara(CH), Sesták(SL), Paredes(CH).
not bad draw for Slovakia, would have taken a very favorable draw to be a clear favorite. They can do this, but Paraguay will be tough; also of top teams Italy is one of the better match ups for Slovakia... though it could be one very boring game. Unless New Zealand has improved much from last summer, they are probably the tournaments weakest squad.
Who will be the top 3 teams for this season? Does anyone know?
I have a real feeling that this could be one of the tournament's surprise teams. They have a great blend of youth and experience and also a good backline, Weiss also seems like a good coach and has put together a united team.
Check out my preview of Slovakia on my site One Game, One World (http://onegameoneworld.wordpress.com)
You were correct!
Anyone else here attend the Slovakia - Italia game! It was incredible!
I'm an American of Slovak descent and am very disappointed they didn't qualify for Euro 2012
It was a shockingly poor effort from the Repre, especially after reaching the Round of 16 at the World Cup. That said, you have a pretty solid you midfield shaping up with Hamsik, Weiss, and Stoch.
The World Cup Qualification isn't completely out of the question with the group Slovakia was drawn in, but they'll have to play better than they did the last two years. I know Slovakia tried to hire Pavel Vrba, the manager at Plzeň, but the club refused to let him out of his contract, which is a shame for Slovakia.
We certainly have an easier group than we have had in previous WC qualifying campaigns but then again our qualifying campaign for the EURO wasn't all that difficult either and we managed to fail.
That's true, I didn't follow the Slovak qualifying campaign closely, but the goal production was shockingly low. I'm also not convinced by the co-managers that are in charge of the team now, that just seems like a strange situation.
Co-managing is never a good idea that's why you don't see it in business. Sorry, but somebody has to be the boss. For more proof look at the state of marriage these days lol!
Slovakia is a tough team. I'm sure you guys will wake up in these upcoming qualifiers.
Denmark 1 : Slovakia 3
Jakubko, Hamšík, and Guldan getting the goals. Promising result in the final warmup before qualifying.
YES! I don't suppose the games was on t.v. was it? I never get to see them play! Considering they were down 1-0 at halftime and they were playing in Denmark I would say that match was a huge confidence boost for Slovakia!