For the past two years, I have published a list of players that I consider to be some of the best and most exciting youngsters that the Czech Republic has to offer. Twelve months after…Read More
January has seen the rise of China as an economic footballing superpower, a number of transfers, and the return and departure of Tomas Rosicky. How has that changed the fabric of the Czech Republic national team ahead of Euro 2016?
The talent and potential are there, but he has to become more clinical at Strelnice. If he does, then he could easily grow into a commanding midfield presence.
It remains to be seen if Takacs will get playing time at Mlada Boleslav, but he has the ability, versatility and potential to push his way into the first-team. And he’s just nineteen.
Under the guidance of Martin Svedik, Stronati finally put the pieces together and evolved into a promising centre-back. But how has he fared away from the Czech Republic?
There is no glory or redemption to be found in the tale of Stefan Simic’s 2015. Instead, prepare yourself for injury, misery and a career at the crossroads.
Meet the poster boy of the class of 2015. Aside from the odd little blip, Ales Mateju has shown that if you are good enough, you are old enough.
How was 2015 for Dominik Masek, the youngest ever player to play in the Czech top flight? With his contract ending in Hamburg, it looked set to be a big twelve months for the attacking midfielder.
Not many people managed to escape Liberec’s dire and relegation-threatened 2014-15 season with much, if any, credit. But, Ondrej Kolar was one of the few that did.
Lukas Hulka quietly impressed throughout 2014 as he rose through the ranks at Mlada Boleslav. Sadly, he didn’t last long in 2015.