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Let the fog go. Who was playing soccer? Czech Republic coach



Darco Invincible, CTK / AP

"I told myself that I did not see the players on the other side of the pitch, I asked them to do things because their players could not coach or evaluate, but it's up to the judge." Fortunately, at least they changed the white ball to orange.

Director Radoslav Látal of Trnavy in the match against Zagreb.

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Fogging in fairy tales about Rákosnicek was limiting the fans to the fans of the stand and the implementation team, rather than the players themselves. "Of course I was unhappy with the fog, especially when the other side wanted to play," said Jakub Rada to Sport.cz.

The Czech midfielder was convinced that Troonova's third defeat was not due to natural conditions. "Because of the fog, the field of view is 46 meters, but it certainly did not lose.

The fans fell into the fog.

The coach of Látala was able to get his message across, "I regret them.I think they have gone a long way to see the game but I have not seen anything.Why or why did the football actually play? We want to fill the arena, but we play at the empty stadium at home, I can not see it again. " He recalled the situation with the involvement of the UEFA disciplinary committee in his last game against Dinamo, not a fan of the Slovakian team.

➡️ VEĽA TOHO V HUSTEJ HMLE VIDIEŤ NEBOLO, O TO VIAC ĎAKUJEME KAŽDÉMU JEDNÉMU FANÚŠIKOVI ZA PODPORU! ??? ŠTASTNÉ NÁVRATY DOMOV. ✊✊✊

Posted by FC Spartak Trnava on Thursday, November 8, 2018

"It's like playing two games without fans," the Czech coach sighed.

Fog in the field
With a strong fog, Zlín players had to hide in the final years of the European league. The home game against Copenhagen (1: 1) was stopped for 20 minutes to overcome the edge of regularity.

With group leader D, Trnava lost 1: 3 and went to Spring. Third-ranked Fenerbahçe lost four points.

Group D European League Table
1. Dinamo Zagreb 4 4 0 0 11: 3 12
2. Fenerbahçe 4 2 One One 7: 6 7
3. Trnava 4 One 0 3 3: 7 3
4. Anderlecht 4 0 One 3 2: 7 One


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