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Btw Rosicky has started training for Arsenal and there is a chance he will be included in the team for Slovakia match. It's a very risky decision, to include him for such a deciding match
 

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Bratislava Sept.5th WCQ: Slovakia - Czech rep.

Weiss named following squad

GK: Ján Mucha (Legia Varšava/Poľ.), Ľuboš Kamenár (FC Nantes/Fr.).

Defenders: Martin Škrtel (FC Liverpool/Angl.), Peter Pekarík (VfL Wolfsburg/Nem.), Radoslav Zabavník (Terek Groznyj/Rus.), Csaba Horváth (ADO Den Haag/Hol.), Ján Ďurica (Lokomotiv Moskva/Rus.), Marek Čech (West Bromwich Albion/Angl.), Marián Čišovský (FC Temešvár/Rum.), Ľuboš Hanzel (Schalke 04/Nem.).

Midfielders: Marek Hamšík (SSC Neapol/Tal.), Miroslav Karhan (1. FSV Mainz/Nem.), Vladimír Weiss (Manchester City/Angl.), Miroslav Stoch (FC Twente Enschede/Hol.), Marek Sapara (Rosenborg Trondheim/Nór.), Zdeno Štrba (Škoda Xanthi/Gréc.), Kamil Kopúnek (Spartak Trnava).

Strikers: Stanislav Šesták (VfL Bochum/Nem.), Filip Hološko (Besiktas Istanbul/Tur.), Róbert Vittek (OSC Lille/Fr.), Erik Jendrišek (1. FC Kaiserslautern/Nem.), Ján Novák (MFK Košice).


Czech team wasn´t announced yet.
 

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Btw Rosicky has started training for Arsenal and there is a chance he will be included in the team for Slovakia match. It's a very risky decision, to include him for such a deciding match

Rosicky could be huge risk for you he was sidelined for what, 18 months ?
 

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yes huge risk is right, but who do we have better? :frustrat:
Central defense looks very weak with Ujfalusi in retirement, Rozehnal was responsible for both goals last time, Simunek is not playing for the club. Not that optimistic for this match, the only hope is that Hasek can somehow inspire the team to play at its best potential
 

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Czech team is in desperate position, bringing Koller out of retirement and risking Rosicky after long injury is clear sign of it.

With smart coaching we could make the best of it. No way in the hell I underestimate Czech team that is still very strong but I have confidence in Weiss. He´s able to break the legs to a player who loose his temper in this game. We need to keep calm and wait when czechs loose their nerves and open the game, we´ll kill them on counters.
 

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yes huge risk is right, but who do we have better? :frustrat:
Central defense looks very weak with Ujfalusi in retirement, Rozehnal was responsible for both goals last time, Simunek is not playing for the club. Not that optimistic for this match, the only hope is that Hasek can somehow inspire the team to play at its best potential
Besides Skrtel, our D is mediocre. I´m only little worried Skrtel who suffered a cracked jaw some time ago and isn´t fully recovered yet. Second CB Jan Durica (Lokomotiv Moscow) and RB Pekarik (Wolfsburg) are warming the bench in their clubs now. LB Zabavnik is regular in Terek Groznyj.

Nothing to be bragging about.
 

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LOL Even Zabavnik handled Baros like a little school kid last time around, Pekarik completely outplayed Jankulovski, it was clear Slovakia was playing with a lot of determination, speaking of red cards I hope Jan Polak won't play, he's in terrible form at the moment for Anderlecht and is prone to make a rash tackle (like he did vs Totti in WC 2006).
 

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But I must add coaching is very important so having Hasek and Bruckner on the bench should be a factor. Look at Russia and how they play for Hiddink, they have absolute belief in what he says given his accomplishments. Weiss brought Petrzalka into CL and finished 3rd there but on the other hand idiot Rada accomplished nothing in football and it was reflected in a way the team played, I don't think they believed in him.
 

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coaching will be cruicial. Our game plane will be simple - sit back and wait. You need to win more.

Early goal make it more interesting.
 

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Czech coach Ivan Hašek announced following team for clash vs Slovakia:

GK: Petr Čech (Chelsea/Engl.) 68 caps/0 goals, Jaroslav Drobný (Hertha Berlín/Ger.) 1/0.



Defenders: Zdeněk Grygera (Juventus Turín/Tal.) 63/2, Roman Hubník (AC Sparta Praha) 2/1, Marek Jankulovski (AC Miláno/Tal.) 75/12, Michal Kadlec (Bayer Leverkusen/Nem.) 12/1, Zdeněk Pospěch (FC Kodaň/Dán.) 16/1, David Rozehnal (Hamburger SV/Nem.) 57/1, Martin Jiránek (Spartak Moskva/Rus.) 31/0, Tomáš Sivok (Besiktas Istanbul/Tur.) 7/0



Midfielders: Tomáš Hübschman (Šachťor Doneck/Ukr.) 21/0, David Jarolím (SV Hamburg/Nem.) 25/1, Jaroslav Plašil (Bordeaux/Fr.) 47/3, Jan Polák (Anderlecht/Belg.) 48/6, Daniel Pudil (KRC Genk/Belg.) 5/1, Tomáš Rosický (Arsenal/Angl.) 68/19.



Strikers: Milan Baroš (Galatasaray/Tur.) 75/33, Tomáš Necid (CSKA Moskva/Rus.) 6/2, Václav Svěrkoš (FC Sochaux/Fr.) 8/1, Jiří Štajner (Hannover 96/Nem.) 28/4, Jan Koller (Krídla Sovietov Samara/Rus.) 90/55.



Head coach: Ivan Hašek
 

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Czech coach Ivan Hašek announced following team for clash vs Slovakia:

GK: Petr Čech (Chelsea/Engl.) 68 caps/0 goals, Jaroslav Drobný (Hertha Berlín/Ger.) 1/0.



Defenders: Zdeněk Grygera (Juventus Turín/Tal.) 63/2, Roman Hubník (AC Sparta Praha) 2/1, Marek Jankulovski (AC Miláno/Tal.) 75/12, Michal Kadlec (Bayer Leverkusen/Nem.) 12/1, Zdeněk Pospěch (FC Kodaň/Dán.) 16/1, David Rozehnal (Hamburger SV/Nem.) 57/1, Martin Jiránek (Spartak Moskva/Rus.) 31/0, Tomáš Sivok (Besiktas Istanbul/Tur.) 7/0



Midfielders: Tomáš Hübschman (Šachťor Doneck/Ukr.) 21/0, David Jarolím (SV Hamburg/Nem.) 25/1, Jaroslav Plašil (Bordeaux/Fr.) 47/3, Jan Polák (Anderlecht/Belg.) 48/6, Daniel Pudil (KRC Genk/Belg.) 5/1, Tomáš Rosický (Arsenal/Angl.) 68/19.



Strikers: Milan Baroš (Galatasaray/Tur.) 75/33, Tomáš Necid (CSKA Moskva/Rus.) 6/2, Václav Svěrkoš (FC Sochaux/Fr.) 8/1, Jiří Štajner (Hannover 96/Nem.) 28/4, Jan Koller (Krídla Sovietov Samara/Rus.) 90/55.



Head coach: Ivan Hašek
Well, this is playable. But I´m going to wait for the match - my predictions are always wrong, so I won´t spoil the result which won´t happen to you.
 

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man my lame predictions are more wishfull thinking than everything else, don´t worry to make one noone will blame you if we´ll choke up :D
 

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My prediction for tomorrow would be 1 goal for Slovakia, hope I am wrong but I just don't have a good feeling for current Czech squad...
 

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I posted this in Czech NT forum, our coach made it a lot easier for you to qualify for WC with this line-up:

OMG This is the starting line-up for Slovakia match and Rosicky is not even a substitute:

Čech - Grygera, Sivok, Kadlec, Jankulovski - Štajner, Jarolím, Hübschman, Plašil, Pudil - Koller.

I could never could have expected this, never. What was the point of calling up Rosicky??? We need offensive players for this match :scream:
Kadlec as a CB??? He's a left back or a winger, his defense is not strong! Sivok :yuck::yuck::yuck: Enough said. Pudil? Why? What has he done to deserve playing in a must win match. We have one creative player - Plasil, 2 Defensive Midfielders and 2 wingers. This is the line-up exactly made to lose the match. I expect Slovaks to score at least 2 goals.
 
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