The Czech football champion Slavia Prague is fighting for the group stage of the European League after saying goodbye to the Champions League.
Photo: TASR / AP, Szilard Koszticsak
Jan Kuchta from Slavia in the opening match of the 3rd preliminary round of the Champions League against Ferencváros, which the Prague team lost.
In the first match at the home stadium, Eden drew with the Legion Warsaw 2: 2 and everything is open to retaliation.
The media from behind the Morava River is dealing with the incident after the final whistle. The main role was to be the forward Jan Kuchta.
“After the match Slavia – Legia (2: 2) there was to be an emotional verbal outpouring of the attacker Jan Kuchta, in a critical tone towards the members of the coaching staff of Jindřich Trpišovský.
Two credible sources agreed on this, “Luděk Mádl from the Seznam Zprávy portal wrote on Twitter on Friday. He also added that Slavia was supposed to deal with the incident yesterday and draw conclusions. These are not yet known.
Explosion according to Sport.cz should have arrived on the playing field after the final whistle.
Kuchta, the top scorer of last year’s league, which Slavia did not allow to go abroad, did not fit into the basic line-up against the Legion.
“His competition increased with the arrival of Ivan Schranz and Michael Krmenčík. It was hard to bear. It is also immediately the subject of a solution, “the page writes.
According to her, nervousness is growing in the gaming staff, as it did not occur to anyone before the season in Slavia that the team could only play in the Conference League, for example.
“And the footballers’ contracts somehow do not provide for rewards for starting in this new European Cup,” the website adds.
Slovak Schranz came to Slavia from Jablonec and quickly settled into the team. With four goals after three matches, the striker settled at the top of the table of the top scorers.
He played against the Legion in the 61st minute. In an interview with futbalsfz.sk he admitted that he doesn’t always work on the pitch as they would like in Slavia.
“After the European Championships and the transition period, changes also took place in Slavia, and in addition, some players joined the team a little later, as they had a holiday after the Euro.
They needed to rest as they worked all year. We are still playing, we are fine-tuning some things. It is better and better with every match, “said the 27-year-old striker, who last year fought for the crown of the king of the scorers of the Czech league.
He scored 13 goals, two ahead of Kuchta and Adam Hložek from Sparta.
A match with Ostrava awaits Slavia in the league on Sunday, retaliation on the Legion’s soil is on the agenda on Thursday.