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Euro 2004 Football - Czech Republic

Founded 1901   Fifa 1906Czech football Euro 2004

Prospects for the European Football Championship 2004

The Czech Republic have a good record in football championships and excellent recent form. They will be hard to beat.  As you know I do not rate friendlies, however losing to the Irish Republic may have done the Czechs a good turn relieving them of the pressure of being unbeaten.

What we have in Group D is a three way struggle and I think that the Czechs will win through.  But each game should be a gripping encounter.

Holland and the Czech Republic have had three co-incidences in recent times. Both missed the last World Cup, both were drawn in Qualifying group 3, and now both are drawn in group D for the football finals in Portugal.  What next?  A Dutch Czech final - surely not.

Previous qualifications: 1960, 1976, 1976 (Won), 1980, 1996, 2000

 

 Group D

P

W

D

L

GS

GA

PTS

 

Czech Republic (6)

3 3 0 0 7 4 9
 

Holland (4)

3 1 1 1 6 4 4
 

Germany (10)

3 0 2 1 2 3 2
 

Latvia (50+)

3 0 1 2 1 5 1
  (Fifa Ranking)              

 

Czech Republic Won Qualifying Group 3

 

 

P

W

D

L

GS

GA

PTS

 

Czech Republic

8

7

1

0

23

5

22

 

Holland

8

6

1

1

20

6

19

 

Austria

8

3

0

5

12

14

9

 

Moldova

8

2

0

6

5

19

6

 

Belarus

8

1

0

7

4

20

3

 

Czech Squad for European Football Championship 2004

Coaches: Karel Bruckner.

Man to watch: Captain Pavel Nedved.

Goalkeepers
Jarom? Blazek
Petr Cech
Radek Cerny
Defenders
Radek Bejbl
Ren?Bolf
Miroslav Holen?
Tom? H?schman
Martin Jir?ek
Pavel Mares
Adam Petrous
Zdenek Pospech
Tom? Ujfalusi
Midfielders
Tom? Gal?ek
Patrick Gedeon
Pavel Horv?h
Marek Jankulovski
Jir?Jarosik
Martin Lukes
Pavel Nedved
Karel Poborsky
Tom? Rosicky
Jan Sim?
Vladim? Smicer
Stepan Vachousek
Petr Vorisek
Forwards
Milan Baros
Tom? Dosek
Marek Heinz
Jan Koller
Vratislav Lokvenc
Libor Sionko


 

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