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Starting lineup - published: 12.11.17

Position First name Last name Birthplace Like Dislike
GK Lukas HRADECKY Bratislava

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GK Martin DUBRAVKA Žilina

3

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GK Tomas VACLIK Ostrava

0

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DC Martin ŠKRTEL Handlová

18

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4

DC Milan ŠKRINIAR Žiar nad Hronom

22

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2

DC Nortbert GYOMBER Revuca

2

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DC Tomas SIVOK Pelhřimov

1

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DLC Michal KADLEC Vyškov

0

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0

DRLC Tomas KALAŠ Olomouc

3

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1

DRLC Tomas HUBOCAN Žilina

3

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2

DRL Theodor GEBRE SELASSIE Třebíč

5

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1

DR Ondrej CELUSTKA Zlin

1

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DR Petr PEKARIK Žilina

0

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1

DLC/ML Filip NOVAK Přerov

1

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0

DMC Patrik HROŠOVSKY Prievidza

0

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MC Akos ELEK Ózd

1

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MC Juraj KUCKA Bojnice

8

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4

MC Stanislav LOBOTKA Trenčín

7

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4

MC Tomas HORAVA Brno

1

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MRC Matus BERO Ilava

2

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1

AMC Laszlo BENEŠ Dunajská Streda

5

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2

AMC/SS Marek HAMŠIK Banská Bystrica

21

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3

AMC/SS Ondrej DUDA Snina

4

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1

AMRLC Tomas PRIKRYL Olmütz

0

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AMRL Laszlo KLEINHEISLER Kazincbarcika

1

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AMRL Miroslav STOCH Nitra

2

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1

AMRL Robert MAK Bratislava

4

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2

AMRL Vladimir WEISS Bratislava

5

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2

FRLC Josef ŠURAL Hustopeče

1

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FC Adam NEMEC Banská Bystrica

5

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3

FC Michal DURIS Uherské Hradiště

0

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1

FC Milan BAROŠ Valašské Meziříčí

2

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FC Norbert BALOGH Hajdúböszörmény

2

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1

(Today part of: Slovakia, eastern Czech Republic, northeastern Hungary)

After the division of the Frankish state in Verdun (843), the Principality of Great Moravia rose along its eastern borders. This development inevitably threatened the interests of the king of East Francia, so the two soon found themselves at war. The conflict became even more serious when the Moravian prince invited missionaries of the Eastern Church into his land around 860 AD, the brothers Methodius and Constantine (later known as Cyril) from Thessalonica, by which he attempted to weaken the influence of the Frankish state, which established its influence through the work of “Latin” priests. It is assumed that the brothers had created the Church Slavonic language and its Glagolitic alphabet for the very purpose of this mission. Nevertheless, their followers will be persecuted, and the Glagolitic alphabet of the Moravian-Pannonian area will spread south, while the prince of Moravia will commit himself to paying tribute to the Franks, and swearing them an oath of fealty.

The state’s power had, in most part, been maintained by the strong personality of its prince Svatopluk (ruled 862 – 894), and it belonged to an early type of state, whose foremost characteristic was the institute of pillaging. Despite its huge territory, it was structured on the principle of tribal interdependence, and concentrated around a small, strong core, which was destroyed in the Hungarian incursions at the end of the 9th century. From its western remnants,rose the Principality (sometimes referred to as Duchy) of Bohemia, where the Premyslid prince Borivoj attained highest authority, even during the reign of the Moravian prince, and who made his seat in Prague.

 

Sources
    • Petr ČORNEJ, Ivana ČORNEJOVA, Ivan RADA, Vratislav VRANIČEK,''Povijest Češke : od seobe Slavena do suvremenog doba'', Zagreb, 2014.
    • Mile BOGOVIĆ, ''Glagoljica kao historiografski problem'', Hrvatska historiografija XX.st: između znanstvenih paradigmi iideoloških zahtjeva, (ur. Srećko Lipovčan i Ljiljana Dobrovšak), Zagreb, 2005.
    • ''Ćiril i Metod, sv.'', ( http://www.enciklopedija.hr//natuknica.aspx?ID=13585)