SCOTLAND fans have had their Hampden Euros tickets cancelled without warning.Furious supporters only learned they’d missed out on the Croatia and Czech Republic games after Uefa refunded them out of the blue.The footie body is running a ticket ballot as capacity at the Glasgow stadium has been slashed to about 12,000 to allow for social distancing at matches.
LIZZIE ARNOT is confident absence will make the heart grow fonder for the next generation of Scotland stars as kids across the country pull on their boots this summer.The continued easing of lockdown restrictions will allow grassroots teams and programmes to return to normality in the coming weeks and months.
A local legend in the mid-20th century Czech Republic who scrutinised the urine of his clients and made diagnoses based on a blend of science and mysticism, Jan Mikolášek is a prickly subject for Agnieszka Holland’s latest biographical drama.Its title notwithstanding, the film expends little energy exploring whether or not Mikolášek’s healing gift was genuine.
Scotland fans will be unable to celebrate together at the delayed European Championships this summer.As first reported in The Sun, a new rule will be introduced by Uefa at Euro 2020 that means members of the Tartan Army who are in the stadiums will need to have a four seat gap beside the person they are nearest.
RANGERS midfielder has set his sights on a return to action next season as he embarks on the road to recovery.The 29-year-old underwent a successful operation on Wednesday to cure a long-standing issue that has kept him out of action since the win over Dundee United in February.
A win over the Czech Republic and defeat to Canada leaves Scotland fifth in the standings and on track for Olympic qualification.A hard-earned 6-5 win over the Czech Republic in the competition's 14th session had kept them firmly on track for a top-six spot, which would seal Olympic qualification for next year's Games in Beijing.
There are some huge changes on the horizon at Celtic Park this summer and a squad rebuild is just one of them.It's going to be a busy summer at Celtic as they face a huge rebuild.With Eddie Howe the clear frontrunner to become the next boss at Parkhead, the dethroned Premiership champions need to carry out major surgery on their squad.
As long as the virus is not eradicated everywhere in the world, there will always be a danger of the rise and spread of new variants Now that Britain and the US are crossing the 50% threshold of their populations vaccinated with the first dose, are they reaching herd immunity and can things return to normal soon?
The tricky vaccine diplomacy in Central Europe has just become thornier, as the Czech Republic expels 18 Russian diplomats over the country’s agents’ alleged involvement in the 2014 deadly explosion in a Czech ammunition depot.The diplomatic relations with Moscow deteriorate just as planned talks with Czech officials over procurement of the Russian COVID-19 vaccine, Sputnik V, were about to take place.
HUNGARIAN Prime Minister Viktor Orban is blaming the British for the high coronavirus death rate in the country.After six months in lockdown Hungary has begun to ease its current coronavirus restrictions.However, on the eve of this opening up of the country Hungary recorded the highest cumulative coronavirus death rate per million inhabitants in the world.
The maximum 17,000 capacity is set to have an impact on the overall benefit to Glaswegian business.A study has calculated that Glasgow stands to miss out on close to £17million thanks to restrictions around Euro 2020.The tournament was due to be played last summer but was pushed back a year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Amid slippages, losses, vanishing investments and export drops, the drip, drip of Brexit damage never stops.I collect examples every week, as if picking up spent mortar rounds from a battlefield.On Wednesday, it was 450 jobs lost as car parts manufacturer Toyoda Gosei prepares to shut factories in Rotherham and Swansea, and relocate to the Czech Republic.
Thousands of Czechs have rallied in the capital against President Milos Zeman, accusing him of treason for his pro-Russian stance over the alleged participation of Russian spies in a huge 2014 ammunition explosion Thousands of Czechs rallied Thursday in the capital against President Milos Zeman accusing the pro-Russian leader of treason over the alleged participation of Russian spies in a huge 2014 ammunition explosion in the Czech Republic.
The Czech Parliament has approved the changes in the electoral law requested by the country’s highest court that ruled the previous legislation discriminated against small political parties The upper house of Czech Parliament on Thursday approved changes in the electoral law requested by the country’s highest court that ruled the previous legislation discriminated against small political parties.
A same-sex marriage bill in the Czech Republic cleared an early hurdle in the lower house of parliament on Thursday, but whether it will become law is uncertain with a general election less than six months away.The legislation has languished for three years in parliament and has split parliamentary factions as lawmakers voted both in favour and against within their parties.
About 10,000 Czechs rallied against President Milos Zeman in central Prague on Thursday, calling for his removal from office for what they say are pro-Russian views that have no place in a European Union nation.The rally in Wenceslas Square followed Zeman's suggestion last Sunday that Russia was not necessarily behind a 2014 ammunition dump blast in the Czech Republic that killed two people and sparked a row between Prague and Moscow.
On loan Wolves Academy midfielder Christian Herc sat down with wolves.co.uk to discuss meeting targets, his personal development and life in the Czech Republic.The 22-year-old has scored five times in 26 appearances for his loan side MFK Karvina, as they look certain to secure a mid-table finish in the Czech top division.
HELSINKI, April 29, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Valmet will deliver a multifuel boiler plant to Veolia Energie ČR, a.s. in Prerov in the Czech Republic.The new boiler will replace an old coal-fired unit and strengthen Veolia's strategy to move toward more environmentally friendly production of district heat and electricity.