The first team of the Czech top division club Slavia Prague was attacked by its fans on Saturday upon their return from an away game on Sunday. Slavia lost 2:1 in Jablonec, the latest in a string of poor results and the first game under a new manager. The masked attackers were waiting for the team bus in Prague; they hurled rocks and bottles at players emerging from the team bus. The police arrested five people after the incident.
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