The Czech Republic duo of Tomas Soucek andVladimir Coufal featured in the West Ham United starting XI during the 2-2 draw with hosts Leicester City in the Premier League last weekend. Czech Republic seniornational team right-back Coufal was substituted for Ryan Fredericks midway into the second half after he was given a torrid time by Leicester City winger Harvey Barnes. On his part, Czech Republic international Soucekwas on for the entire duration of the league match which took place at the King Power Stadium.
West Ham United are one of the many teams chasing a place in the top-four places alongside London rivals Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur in addition to Wolves and Manchester United. The Hammers took the lead against Leicester City through the in-form Jarrod Bowen on ten minutes. West Ham United held on to that advantage until the final minute of the first half when left-back Aaron Cresswell handled the ball in the box and he was punished by Leicester City midfielder YouriTielemans from the resulting penalty to ensure that the two teams went into the break on level terms. Continue reading “CZECH DUO FEATURE IN LEICESTER DRAW”
Czech Republic right-back Vladimir Coufalsaw red for West Ham United as they went down to a London Derby defeat at the hands of hosts Arsenal in the Premier League. The West Ham right-back was sent off midway into the second half after two yellow cards and his exit put an end to hopes of getting something out of the game for his team.
Arsenal had the better of the first half and they came closest to scoring when Scottish left-back Kieran Tierney hit the post with a long range shot that was saved by Hammers goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski. West Ham United were fortunate to go into the break on level terms and it took the Gunners just three second half minutes to break the deadlock thanks to the in-form Gabriel Martinelli who received a pass from Alexandre Lacazette before driving into the Hammers box and unleashing a curling shot into the back of the net afterwards. It was no more than Arsenal deserve as they had been the better side clearly since the start of the game. Continue reading “COUFAL SENT OFF IN ARSENAL WIN”
Former Arsenal star Willian may have only sigefor Brazil Serie A side Corinthians but he rejected a lot of offers from some other clubs in doing so. After falling down the pecking order at the Emirates Stadium, the Brazilian winger knee that the best thing he could do was to seal a move to another club as it was the best thing for him as well.
Arsenal were also keen to let go of the player as they wanted to cut down on llgsr wages given that Willian was one of the highest earners at the club following his move from Chelsea a couple of months ago. William’s Arsenal career began to fade even though he had a successful debut for the Gunners after registering three assists on his first Premier League game for the north London club. Continue reading “REVEALED: WHY WILLIAN REJECTED SLAVIA PRAGUE’S OFFER”
North London giants Tottenham Hotspur will rival Merseyside club Everton for the signature of Bayer Leverkusen striker Patrik Schick who was sensational for the Czech Republic at Euro 2020. Everton were the first club linked with the former AS Roma attacker before they were joined by Spurs.
West Ham United have recorded huge successes with the signings of players from Czech Republic and they are about to go through the same route following the news that they are interested in signing Czech Republic international Alex Kral from Spartak Moscow in the Russia Premier League.
Czech Republic international player Tomas Soucek has been one of the standout players for West Ham United in their bid to secure Champions League football at the end of the season. He continued his good form for the Hammers in the latest win over Leicester City at the weekend.
The Czech Republic player provided the assist for the winning goal in the 3-2 win over fellow Champions League chasers Leicester City at home. He laid on the ball for Jarrod Bowen to score the third and final Hammers goal. At that point, West Ham were leading 3-0 with all the three goals coming in the first half. Continue reading “SOUCEK IMPRESSES FOR WEST HAM”
The Czech Republic football federation has denied Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo the joy of being the highest goalscorer in the history of both club and country football after the statement from the federation on Thursday.
Cristiano Ronaldo thought he had broken the record for the most goals scored for club and country in competitive games when he found the back of the net during the Italian Super Cup triumph over Napoli earlier this week but the Czech Republic football federation had other ideas. The statement from the Czech Republic football federation showed that Cristiano Ronaldo will still need to score at least 62 goals more to break the record of Czech Republic football icon Josef Bican. Continue reading “CZECH FEDERATION DENIES RONALDO’S SCORING RECORD”
SK Dynamo have maintained their winning momentum in the Czech Republic first division after they beat their opponents Bohemians 1905 on Wednesday night. It was a rescheduled matchday 5 clash in the Czech Republic topflight and it ended in a win for the home team. SK Dynamo beat Bohemians 2-1 to take their winning run to two games on the back of their stunning win at the home of Czech Republic giants Sparta Prague at the weekend.
In one of the shocks of the Czech Republic topflight in recent times, Sparta Prague were stunned 4-2 at home by SK Dynamo who have now won two games on the bounce in the space of three days. The shock result of matchday 8 in the Czech Republic topflight was the away win recorded by SK Dynamo against a Sparta Prague side that finished their game on Sunday with ten men. Continue reading “DYNAMO MAINTAIN WINNING RUN”
Czech Republic went down fighting to Scotland in their UEFA Nations League encounter last week. The Czechs lost the match by a margin of 2 goals to 1. Though disappointing, the result does not come as a shock as the Czech side was playing with most of their regular players missing the match due to fears of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Initially, the Czech country’s football federation had called off the match after the League opener earlier in the month. Once it was confirmed that a staff member and a player of the squad had infected the virus, the FACR had announced that the match with Scotland will not go on as scheduled. It was only after deliberations with UEFA officials that the Czech Republic agreed to play the match. Continue reading “Czech Republic Go Down to Scotland”
The health minister of the Czech Republic reported that Professional football may return to the nation from 8th June after it got suspended due to the outbreak of COVID-19, but the fans of the sport will not be allowed to attend the games. The health minister also said that the Government will allow the restaurants and stores to reopen increasingly over the next two months. It is only the way to reawaken the country’s economy that was paralysed due to the health crisis that brought all the sporting events around the globe to a standstill virtually.
Adam Vojtech, the Health Minister of Czech Republic, told that if everything goes well, then the government will think realistically about holding the standard matches of the Czech Republic League that will be played from 8th June by looking at the technical background. The games will be played without spectators because it is necessary for the games to be played. However, LFA or the League Football Association, which is responsible for managing two of the top-tier competitions, is keen for completing the season. Continue reading “Chances for Czech Republic League to Restart”