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09-24-2004, 08:27 AM
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You are right. Slovan is popular only in Bratislava. Other parts of Slovakia rather hate the team cause they are the richest.
People who like Slovan eat puppies and kick baby kittens around like soccer balls.

Now, Hk36!!

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09-24-2004, 09:56 AM
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People who like Slovan eat puppies and kick baby kittens around like soccer balls.

Now, Hk36!!
Really nice of you to mention soccer and Slovan in the same sentence. Bratislava supporters must REALLY love you right now :lol Slavia forever

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09-24-2004, 11:37 AM
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My favorite team is Trencin and most unfavorite is Slovan (and I live in Bratislava)!
We shouldnt mention soccer here.

OT: I dislike every Bratislava team. My favorite soccer team was 1.FC Kosice (before they broke up)

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Hi im new here,, And I was wondering if any of you know of websites for the hockey teams these guys will be playing for in SK?
ladislav nagy
michal handzus
radsolav suchy
I seen the website someone posted on branko's hockey team , just wondering if the teams these 3 play on had websites,, I havent been able to find any
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09-24-2004, 11:05 PM
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Hi im new here,, And I was wondering if any of you know of websites for the hockey teams these guys will be playing for in SK?
ladislav nagy
michal handzus
radsolav suchy
I seen the website someone posted on branko's hockey team , just wondering if the teams these 3 play on had websites,, I havent been able to find any
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http://www.hckosice.sk/
That's where Laco Nagy will be playing shortly

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Speaking of Ladislav Nagy, I heard he got married and had a baby on the way? Anyone hear anything about this? Any truth to it?

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09-25-2004, 07:24 AM
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Thanks for Martin Bartek, Slovakia!

4 games, 3 goals, 2 assists. This guy has a Kovalchuk class wrister!

He is going to be a big part of the success of my favourite team Rauman lukko this season. He still seems a bit lost and trying to getting used to the new league, but one can not fail with such a shot. He aint much of a defensive player (like some of you told me when I asked about him) but he uses his scoring chances with very high percentage.

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Thank you, for the ladi website.

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09-25-2004, 01:31 PM
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Speaking of Ladislav Nagy, I heard he got married and had a baby on the way? Anyone hear anything about this? Any truth to it?
I didnt hear anything about it.

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09-28-2004, 06:59 AM
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My favorite team is Trencin and most unfavorite is Slovan (and I live in Bratislava)!
You know what I dont understand? How Trenčn survived economically. I mean - Dukla Jihlava had huge problems - gor relegated and only this season got back... How come this did not happen to Trenčn?


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OT:My favorite soccer team was 1.FC Kosice (before they broke up)
God bless the Rezeš bros. and God bless the Varga bros.

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09-28-2004, 11:16 AM
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I dont know why Trencin didnt get relegated but they won the title in 93 = cash. And then came Palffy and Stumpel there so they had money.

Too bad Kosice broke up. They were the best team in Slovak history. Imagine Sparta breaking up in 3 years time.

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09-29-2004, 12:30 PM
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I dont know why Trencin didnt get relegated
I did not mean they automatically got relegated. Jihlava just had a hard time fighting for survival when everything was taken cae of for them in the past. At least that is my opinion

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Imagine Sparta breaking up in 3 years time.
Oh I can imagine that. I am a Slavia fan
I am kidding...that would be terrible.

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09-29-2004, 02:15 PM
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I did not mean they automatically got relegated. Jihlava just had a hard time fighting for survival when everything was taken cae of for them in the past. At least that is my opinion

I posted it wrongly. I knew what you meant.



Oh I can imagine that. I am a Slavia fan
I am kidding...that would be terrible.
Im a Sparta fan and a Pardubice fan.

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10-06-2004, 05:26 AM
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You know what I dont understand? How Trenčn survived economically. I mean - Dukla Jihlava had huge problems - gor relegated and only this season got back... How come this did not happen to Trenčn?
Because Trencin had a support of city, which paid costs related to arena. And now Svehla, Demitra, Gaborik own shares in the club. They brought a lot of money on slovak circumstances.

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Branko Radivojevic

I heard that Branko hurt his knee, and will be out at least a month, can anyone find out for sure?
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10-08-2004, 03:05 AM
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I heard that Branko hurt his knee, and will be out at least a month, can anyone find out for sure?
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Yes, its truth. He will be out about a month. Though its not so serious. Knee injury can forced out of rink about a half year.

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---Because Trencin had a support of city, which paid costs related to arena. And now Svehla, Demitra, Gaborik own shares in the club. They brought a lot of money on slovak circumstances.---

I haven't heard about this? Know anything more about it, what's going on?

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10-10-2004, 11:22 AM
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It is true. Im not sure if Gaborik owns a share but as you know, he is building a stadium in Trencin. Demitra and Svehla 100% own a share of the club.

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Nagy

Thanks for the news on branko. Now I heard ladislav nagy went down with a right leg injury, is there any truth to it? And has anyone heard what Michal Handzus is doing?
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10-11-2004, 05:29 AM
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Thanks for the news on branko. Now I heard ladislav nagy went down with a right leg injury, is there any truth to it? And has anyone heard what Michal Handzus is doing?
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Michal Handzus is recovering after right arm injury before World Cup. He is in contact with Zvolen, maybe he will play for them when hell be OK.
Ladislav Nagy has a right leg injury and he has problems with right groin. He will be out about 2 weeks.

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10-11-2004, 04:11 PM
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www.hkpoprad.sk
website of the HK Poprad team where Rado Suchy plays

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Thanks on news

Thanks again for your help,
I have fan clubs for these guys, and now its hard to keep up, the stuff I find is in Slovak , so I cant read it. thanks for helping me.

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10-11-2004, 10:22 PM
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Does anyone have an update on Peter Bondra and if/when he will be playing again?

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10-12-2004, 05:59 AM
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Bondra said he will start playing in January. If there will be NHL he will play there, if not he will play for Poprad. He is a veteran, earned enough money, so he wants to spend some time with his family.

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Michal Handzus

I heard that Miso signed with team Zvolen today any truth to it, and is there a website out there?
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I need to see some

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