Chelsea is a great address in men’s and women’s football. Czech representative Kateřina Svitková also wears her jersey. She told the water carriers about the status of women’s football in England. And she also added her opinions on polls and Slavia’s coach.
Women’s football enjoys a completely different status in England than in the Czech Republic. “Especially when the English national team is successful, their girls are on the front pages of the newspapers just like the boys. Wembley was packed for the Women’s FA Cup final. The stadiums are also regularly filled in the women’s league. It’s a slightly different audience than the men’s Premier League,” describes the former star player of her experiences in England.
Now she is injured, so she is watching from a little distance how her colleagues in the national team are doing in the League of Nations. “It hurts my heart when the girls from Bosnia beat us,” she laments.
“In Europe and around the world, women’s football is making great strides. And with us, we stand still,” comments the player. For example, he considers the lowering of the age limit for when girls in the Czech Republic can compete against boys to be counterproductive.
Svitková now has enough time to follow polls. She was delighted that Sam Kerrová, her team-mate from the Chelsea squad, took second place in the Ballon d’Or. Of course in the women’s category. In men’s, she would prefer Erling Haaland to Lionel Messi. “It probably hurt him that he couldn’t have the same success with the Norwegian national team as Messi did with the Argentines,” says the Czech soccer player.
Aitana Bonmatíová from Barcelona triumphed in the women’s category. “She won the Ballon d’Or after a season where she won everything. She won the World Cup, the domestic league and the cup. And also in the Champions League,” Svitková mentally applauded her.
“Trpišovský needs a change”
In the domestic part of the podcast, Nosič focused primarily on the 14th round Fortuna League match between Slavia and Pilsen (1:2).
A surprising win for the guests was born in Eden, thanks to two hits by the quick-footed Erik Jirka. “I am most pleased by the fact that in a relatively short period of time Pilsen has become a team that is not afraid to take risks in the biggest matches, which is especially evident in the offensive concept of the game,” praises Karel Tvaroh, a former professional footballer. after a beautiful event, but in my eyes she led more by accident. Active Plzeň directed the game, they deserved three points,” Kateřina Svitková evaluates the progress of the closely watched match.
The Czech football representative surprised with the idea that the red and white coach Jindřich Trpišovský should slowly think about his end on the Slavist bench. “Of course, he is an excellent coach. But I think we’re getting to the point where he should decide to make a career change. The most suitable would be a move to the national team, which would be extremely suitable for such a coach,” explains the former player of Slavia.
Traditionally, the water carriers shed light on events abroad. Jaromír Bosák melts over Bayern Munich’s concert at Borussia Dortmund’s pitch. The debacle of the rival was directed by Harry Kane with a hat trick, who became the most productive rookie in German football history with 15 league goals in ten games. “I was excited by the action before Bayern’s second goal. A perfect counterattack led by a combination on the ground, it couldn’t have been played better,” cheered football journalist Luděk Mádl.
The latest episode of the Seznam Zpráv football podcast also includes a look at the Premier League, which focused on the controversial match with a great atmosphere between Newcastle and Arsenal. Should the home team’s goal have counted or not?
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