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SK Slavia Prague (A) - Pre Match Thread.

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Which ever 11 players are fully fit to start the game in any formation that fits. 
Go away, stay in the tie and then get it won at the King Power

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I just realised we play at the King Power not the Kong Power
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Won't be easy but any sort of positive result, preferably with an away goal, will put us in a strong position for the home leg.

 

Don't anticipate too many changes.

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Rest as many as possible. We need to keep momentum in the PL and have a great chance in the FA Cup. 14 PL games left and 3 FA Cup games to winning it. We have to play 9 to win EL. Let's forget it and play CL next season.

 

Ward

 

Daley Campbell/Ricardo

Amartey

Fuchs

Thomas

 

Mendy

 

Under

Choudhury

Maddison

Barnes

 

Iheanacho

 

Something like that.

 

 

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we don't want to underestimate these, or give them a chance by losing the first leg. these are not a mug team we can play just anyone against.

 

strongest side possible, with the exception that Youri really does need a rest as others have said - so yes the midfield will be a bit unbalanced whatever we do 

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They are dominating in Cechia, but they spanked by Leverkusen in their last EL game and Leverkusen buy our rejects. 

 

Don't underestimate, but also don't show them too much respect, get at them and our quality will out, let them get a foothold in the game and start dictating things we could be in for a tough game.

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I've always had a soft spot for Slavia and when passing through Prague by way of work in 1997 l went to see their ground (they have now relocated, l think). In the clubhouse a few old guys were having lunch. I remember that on the wall there was a framed programme of a game in the very early 1900s between Slavia and Oxford University (this was a time when teams like Oxford went on tour spreading the game throughout Europe). There was a real feeling of a club whose great years were in the interwar period when the best football in the World was played in Mittel Europa and teams from Czechoslovakia, Australia, Hungary and Switzerland  competed for the Microsoft Cup which (often seen as the forerunner of the European Cup). In short, a special club.

 

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