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Slovan Bratislava

Slovan Bratislava
  • Country Slovakia
  • Avg. age 26.2
  • Avg. height (cm) 183
  • Avg. weight (kg) 77.2
  • Foreign Players 60%
  • Manager Weiss, Vladimir (SVK)
  • Venue Tehelne Pole Stadion
  • Venue capacity 22500

Slovan Bratislava is currently trained by the Slovak Martin Sevela. The football team is currently engaged in the Super League (group stage - 22nd matchday) in first place with 24 victories from a total of 30 matches. On the other hand, the group were eliminated in the third qualifying round of the UEFA Europa League. All in all, 24 of 30 games were triumphed, 29 goals were conceded and 29 goals were scored - the majority of them in the Super League. The home arena of the selection, the Tehelne Pole Stadium in Bratislava, offers enough space for up to 30087 people.

The most frequent substitutes are strikers Boris Cmiljanic, David Strelec and Filip Holosko, defender Adam Laczko and midfielders Ricky van Haaren and Vukan Savicevic. In away matches Slovan Bratislava prefers to play MFK Zemplin Michalovce, as this is where the most triumphs take place. The farthest goal of the current season was scored by right-footed 09 Andraz Sporar on 15 September 2018 in the eighth group phase match of the Superliga against Dac 1904 Dunajska Streda from 23m away in the 73rd minute. With twelve triumphs and only one defeat, the 4-2-3-1 formation is currently the most successful of the team.

Although the majority of the players is about 25 years, the right-footed Hungarian Richard Guzmics has had the greatest influence in this respect. In their latest Super League match against MSK Zilina, Slovan Bratislava did not want to try anything exotic in terms of formation and used the most effective formation of the season (4-2-3-1). Finally, Slovan Bratislava won 6-2. As far as weight is concerned, the average of the 78 kg selection is rather meager, with the 192cm goalkeeper Michal Sulla and the 169cm left-footed Ibrahim Rabiu standing out. In the first half, the team tends to take the early lead.

It hasn't been rosy against every opponent in recent years. The statistically most violent opponent is MSK Zilina with 86 triumphs, 52 draws and 96 failures on the part of Slovan Bratislava. Only 46% of the 14 goal attempts per match (average) finally hit the goal. The club took the biggest lead in the first half of four goals in the 18th group-phase Super League match against MSK Zilina. In the end, Slovan Bratislava won 5 to 2. The deviation between Slovan Bratislava's smallest (Marin Ljubicic) and largest (Dominik Greif) player is a respectable 31 centimetres, while the mass measures 183 cm. The goalkeepers of the team have done an impressive job in defending against opposing goal attempts.

The majority of football players are right-footed. In the home stage AS Trencin manifested itself as the strongest opponent, with 33 successes and 30 losses achieved by Slovan Bratislava. This season the club has tried five different formations: 4-2-3-1, 4-3-3, 4-1-4-1, 4-1-3-2 and 4-1-2-3. In the 22nd group phase match of the Super League against FK Senica the 83kg heavy right foot Moha scored the fastest direct goal of the SLB this season after only 43 seconds. Slovan Bratislava's last win against AS Trencin was on 22 April 2018, since when both football elves have met three more times. The last match was on 26 August 2018, when Slovan Bratislava's score against AS Trencin was -7 in 83 matches over the last 16 years. Im undefined. The UEFA Europa League qualifying round match against SK Rapid Vienna on 16 August 2018 was the group's biggest inferior since August with three goals scored. Thanks to the late goal in the 91st minute by 25-year-old striker Andraz Sporar, the group managed to win 3-1 against Dac 1904 Dunajska Streda on March 31, 2019. 26 professional footballers have made it into the starting eleven in the current season. These include centre-back Kenan Bajric, Kornel Salata and Vasil Bozhikov, midfielders Joeri de Kamps and Ibrahim Rabiu, right-back Mitch Apau and goalkeeper Dominik Greif.

(Last edited May 16, 2019)