Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar is keen on his side picking up three points when they entertain Juventus at San Siro. The Nerazzurri are currently just one point behind both Lazio and AS Roma in the pursuit of the Champions League places and the Slovakian has urged the need to keep their recent winning run going.
Napoli captain Marek Hamsik is not giving up on the Serie A crown despite dropping behind Juventus for the first time in 12 matches. The Naples outfit have had a poor week which has included a thumping 4-2 defeat at the hands of AS Roma, and this was allowed by a goalless draw against Inter Milan on Sunday night.
Napoli captain Marek Hamsik praised the patience shown by his Napoli teammates as they clinched a 1-0 victory over Atalanta on Sunday. The Naples outfit have not had a fond time with Atalanta in previous seasons, but they made sure of another three points which maintains their lead at the top of the standings.
Atalanta had done the double over Napoli during the previous campaign, and they continued to emerge as a bogey team for the league leaders this season after beating them 2-1 in the Coppa Italia quarter-final earlier in January. As a result, the Slovakia international was pleased to have got the win over the line versus Atalanta, and he is anticipating a similar commitment for the rest of the season, he told the club's official website: "I had a fever a few days ago and only joined up with the team on Saturday.
Slovakia international Marek Hamsik has revealed that it would be a great moment for the City of Naples, should Napoli secure the Serie A crown during the current campaign. The midfielder has dreamt of winning the Scudetto since his arrival at Napoli, and 10 years on, he sees them leading the league standings whilst becoming the club-captain.
The Azzurri currently hold a slender two-point lead over Inter Milan, who are a further two points ahead of reigning champions Juventus. As a result, Hamsik's dream of winning the title is slowing coming into fusion, although he is not taking anything for granted with plenty of games left in the season.
Slovakia managerJan Kozak says that he is concerned about the threat of Scotland in the latter stages of the World Cup 2018 qualification group, as the team appears to be better than ever due to the presence of a strong Celtic factor.
Scotland are back in the race for World Cup 2018 qualification after moving within a point behind Slovakia after the latest round of results. Slovakia appeared to be in a comfortable position heading into the last three matches, but a 2-1 loss against England in the latest qualifier led to the team dropping perilously close. Scotland were able to get an uninspiring 2-0 victory over strugglers Malta even at home.
Real Salt Lake will be without Albert Rusnak next week, as the Slovakian has been called up for the World Cup qualifying games.
The Slovakian team will be up against Slovenia and England in back-to-back World Cup qualification matches. Victory in these games is extremely important for Slovakia, who sit second in the table with a one-point advantage over Slovenia after six matches. Jan Kozák’steam even has the possibility of catching with England, who are only two points ahead. As a result, Slovakia may need the help of a very best player on their books and Albert Rusnak is certainly one of those names.
The Prime Minister of Slovakia Robert Fico wants the continental soccer governing body UEFA to investigate the exit of his country from the group stage of the Under-21 Championship, according to reports by the BBC.
Italy and Germany progressed as the Slovaks and Polish side crashed out of the group stage of the tournament. But Fico wants more answers. He sent a letter to the body, describing happenings as a “farce performed by players from countries advanced in football.”
Australian A-league club Sydney FC have ended their association with Filip Holosko, who had been their marquee player for the past two years.
The Slovakia international has returned to Europe upon the expiry of his contract last month. The 33-year-old was on an annual $1.15 million deal, which was not renewed after the Sky Blues opted to recruit Bobo and Milos Ninkovic as their two marquee players for the new season
Stephanie Roche was on target as the Republic of Ireland women team defeated Slovakia, despite their recent dispute with the Football Association of Ireland.
Ireland werethe victors by the slimmest of margins but it was enough in the game played at Tallaght Stadium in Dublin.
Slovakia coach Jan Kozak believes that his team can make it to the World Cup, but it is important that his players remain focused.
He was speaking after the match that saw Slovakia beat Malta.