Jun 30 2011

Slovan Bratislava – Could This be the Season?

Published by at 7:44 pm under Uncategorized

To follow James’ excellent article on pre-season preparations at Zilina, I’ve responded with a write-up on the situation at Slovan Bratislava 2 weeks ahead of the new season.

The announcement this morning of a major new sponsorship deal with Slovakia’s biggest betting company was followed by headlines quoting Ivan Kmotrik’s intentions to build a new stadium for Slovan on the site of Tehelne Pole.

This obviously comes as welcome news to the fans of the club desperate for Champions League qualification, but [judging by comments drifting off-topic at the bottom of this article] is apparently less than pleasing to fans of other clubs in Slovakia.

Readers are invited to divert to the Slavic Football Union website and are welcome to leave their comments at the end of my article.

Cheers, Britski Belasi!

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2 Responses to “Slovan Bratislava – Could This be the Season?”

  1.   James Baxteron 01 Jul 2011 at 12:14 pm

    Irrelevant really but only 1,700 at Trnava-Zeta. Boycott goes on.

  2.   britskibelasion 01 Jul 2011 at 9:33 pm

    I saw that! I checked their fans’ website yesterday and they are clearly continuing the boycott, home and away in Europe.

    Was still a good result for Trnava, that should be enough to see them through, even without any away support in Montenegro.

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