Highly experienced goalkeeper Radek Černý has described Slavia’s 7:0 home drubbing at the hands of Teplice on Monday evening as the worst day of his footballing life. Černý, who is 39 and spent eight years in England with Tottenham Hotspur and Queen’s Park Rangers, told the website Sport.cz that he and his teammates could only pray for the match to end as Slavia fell apart in the second half. No home team had previously lost by such a score-line in the decade since the foundation of the Czech league.
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