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Henry_Leon

Football 2020 Discussion Thread

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Well, that's at least understandable. But e.g. in Croatian league (and many other leagues too), when there is normal situation and the spectators are allowed, for most of the matches the host team is actually losing money, because the amount of money they have to spend on the stewards, police, emergency, firefighters etc. is bigger than the profit they gain.

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Are those first two trying to imitate Gervinho? :p 

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:SVK football league will continue from 13th June. But only 5 rounds will be played...yep, talk about the suspense...Slovan Bratislava is already 10 points ahead of the 2nd ranked team...money, money, money :lol:

 

Anyway the teams are divided into 2 groups (For title) and (for relegation) the fun fact it was also decided that no one will be relegated this season...so try to discover the sense to play that relegation group lol...

 

Every team will play once each opponent of it´s group...Slovan with 3 home games and only 2 away :roflmao: All matches will be behind cloosed doors

 

1st round fixtures (June 13th)

 

Group for Title:

ŠK Slovan Bratislava - MFK Ružomberok
MŠK Žilina - FC Spartak Trnava
FC DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda - MFK Zemplín Michalovce

 

 

Group for (no)relegation:

AS Trenčín - FK Pohronie Žiar nad Hronom Dolná Ždaňa
FK Senica - ŠKF iClinic Sereď
FC ViOn Zlaté Moravce - FC Nitra

 

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So Zilina will finish the season despite going broke? They will play some juniors or what?

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2 hours ago, Monzanator said:

So Zilina will finish the season despite going broke? They will play some juniors or what?

 

as far as I know yes with their juniors

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Polish Ekstraklasa returns next weekend and some streaming services from around the Europe have bought the rights to show some games live. Apparently Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Israel have bought the rights.

 

I see Direktesport lists three games on their site already:

 

https://www.direktesport.no/league/l/a886c544-d5c9-4e47-9056-5fa5940797a6

 

Lech - Legia is obvious Polish league classic, like Roma vs Juventus or Bayern vs Hamburg.

 

 

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12 hours ago, hckosice said:

 

as far as I know yes with their juniors

This sounds potentially interesting from a betting perspective, although there are no odds yet and one can imagine bookmakers will know this as well by the time odds are being put online, sadly :p 

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1 hour ago, Monzanator said:

Polish Ekstraklasa returns next weekend and some streaming services from around the Europe have bought the rights to show some games live. Apparently Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Israel have bought the rights.

 

I see Direktesport lists three games on their site already:

 

https://www.direktesport.no/league/l/a886c544-d5c9-4e47-9056-5fa5940797a6

 

Lech - Legia is obvious Polish league classic, like Roma vs Juventus or Bayern vs Hamburg.

 

 

 

I read also Free Sports UK (FTA TV channel on satellite @ 28.2 East) bought the tv rights for the Polish Ekstraklasa...

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1 hour ago, Monzanator said:

Polish Ekstraklasa returns next weekend and some streaming services from around the Europe have bought the rights to show some games live. Apparently Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Israel have bought the rights.

 

I see Direktesport lists three games on their site already:

 

https://www.direktesport.no/league/l/a886c544-d5c9-4e47-9056-5fa5940797a6

 

Lech - Legia is obvious Polish league classic, like Roma vs Juventus or Bayern vs Hamburg.

 

 

 

Can you see who has the rights in Denmark? Haven't been able to find anything but Danish, Faroese and German football in the schedules.

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