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Patrik Schick
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Patrik Schick Hoping for 2nd Season Success

When hundreds of die-hard Roma fans welcomed Patrik Schick at Rome’s airport, they were expecting more than they got. Schick came with the reputation of one of Serie A’s rising stars, Roma sporting director Monchi stating that “Patrik has one of the brightest futures of any player around” after the Czech internationals arrival was confirmed… Keep Reading

Tomas Rosicky
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Rosicky Bids Farewell

Just before the World Cup in Russia kicked off, a Czech Republic legend waved goodbye to the beautiful game. Tomas Rosicky featured 105 times for his country over a sixteen-year period, featuring in Euro 2000, Euro 2004, the 2006 World Cup, Euro 2012 and Euro 2016. Rosicky captained his national side as well as plying… Keep Reading

football
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Football’s Odd Relationship with Betting

Anyone who follows football knows gambling plays a huge part in the sport: Fans love to bet on games, and sponsorship by betting companies is a huge business for clubs. But the boon is rife with as many dangers and pitfalls as opportunities. The savvy fan, gambler, website, and advertiser must keep up on the… Keep Reading

Chess
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Top 6 Cities in the World to Play Chess

Chess is one of the oldest and most popular games in the world. With a colorful history that dates back to 600 AD, nearly half a billion people play chess today. Chess masters can be found in nearly every city in the world, but these six cities have the most enthusiastic players. 1. Moscow, Russia… Keep Reading

Petr Cech
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Petr Cech to experience new role at Arsenal in 2018-19

Petr Cech has been Arsenal’s Premier League number one goalkeeper since he arrived from Chelsea in 2015. Despite being the first name on the team sheet, Cech wore the No. 33 shirt for three seasons. However, that will change when the 2018-19 Arsenal season kicks off, as the Czech goalkeeper finally dons the No. 1… Keep Reading

ceskoslovesnky tym 1949
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From Hall Of Fame To Uranium Prison Camp

… And other stories from “Good Old Hockey Times.” After losing against the USA (2:3) in the ice hockey world championship quarterfinals, the Czech national team had to leave Denmark, the host of that years´ tournament. The sad reality to be accepted by the fans is that the Czechs cannot automatically count on a medal… Keep Reading

World Cup Stadium Volgograd
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5 Things To Know About The 2018 World Cup

Domestic football leagues around Europe are beginning to wrap up. That means all eyes are turning toward the Champions League semis, but also that we’re inching closer and closer to the World Cup. If you can believe it, we’re only about two months away as of the time of this writing! If you’re a big… Keep Reading

Manchester City
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Manchester City Set For Champions League Glory This Season?

Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City will take some stopping in their pursuit of Europe’s elite club competition this season. The Sky Blues, currently 16 points clear at the top of the Premier League table, have been a class above their domestic rivals for most of the campaign and it would take a brave man to back… Keep Reading

The Grand National
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Grand National – What makes it so popular?

Merseyside becomes a host to one of the most-awaited and exciting horse racing events of the world; The Grand National, in April each year. Horse racing lovers travel to Aintree from all over UK and Europe, to witness first-hand the thrill and excitement offered by this race. But what is it that makes Grand National… Keep Reading

Kayaking fundamentals - equipment, rules and techniques
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Kayaking Fundamentals: Equipment, rules, and techniques

Kayaking is one of those water sports that allow you to gain a new perspective on the world, become closer to nature and explore remote locations that some people will never get the chance to visit. Whether you are paddling through lakes, waterfalls, river rapids or ocean waves, you have to engage physically and mentally… Keep Reading

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