Mar 16 2012

A Word from Britski Belasi

Published by at 6:00 pm under Uncategorized

Having not posted anything myself since January 28th, I think it’s about time for a quick update before I post the next of James Baxter’s excellent articles.

As the mid-season friendlies came thick and fast back in January, I thoroughly enjoyed being back out watching Slovan, and felt confident about not only their chances domestically, but also my own chances of catching a few games in the second half of the season.

As has tended to be the way for me in recent years, no sooner did I start to feel like I could say I’d spent a decent amount of time in Slovakia, things have once again changed completely.

I returned to work on 1-February and since then have not spent a single day at home. A wonderful holiday in the sun coincided with major changes, both personal and professional. The changes are still ongoing, things are moving forward and I have a lot to look forward to. However, for now – my days in Slovakia appear numbered.

James will continue to contribute his fantastic articles, and I’m sure our dedicated readership will keep the discussion going. We hope to continue attracting a steady stream of new visitors to the site, and the Britski Belasi blog will continue to operate in it’s current form. As always, any written contributions are welcome.

From my side, if I have the opportunity to acquire some material suitable for the close scrutiny attracted on this site, I will continue to post occasionally. There could even be a new cross-continental theme working it’s way into the blog, but we’ll leave that for later.

Many thanks to James to his contributions, to the readers, especially those who comment regularly, and for the support from the blog host. Enjoy the second half of the season, wherever your club and national preferences lie! Slovan do toho!

Dan @britskibelasi

5 responses so far

5 Responses to “A Word from Britski Belasi”

  1.   StaryJazvecon 16 Mar 2012 at 7:43 pm

    Do you fancy Georgie tho?

    I am thinking about summarizing the Petrzalka situation. I’ve sketched the piece out in my mind, but then it started getting all political. Anyway I will give you first refusal if I can be arsed to do it.

  2.   George Mon 20 Mar 2012 at 1:24 pm

    ~~~if I can be arsed to do it. ~~~~

    Look SJ , if Dan cannot write his normal drivel due to changes at Coastal Command etc ….( more like they moved him as a lightbuoy to the Goodwin Sands , rather than be the lighthouse patrolling the entrance to Portsmouth Harbor ) then be arsed and get on with it. I know quite a lot about the Pz situation myself .

  3.   Jameson 20 Mar 2012 at 1:48 pm

    You two cd do it as a duet – perhaps alternate paragraphs(?)

  4.   StaryJazvecon 21 Mar 2012 at 12:27 am

    Ok, I’ll start. Once upon a time, long long ago, there was a football team called Pozsonyi Torna Egyesület…

  5.   George Mon 22 Mar 2012 at 11:18 am

    ….140 years later it went bust !

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