Stoch left the team when he failed to coach Jan Kozák when he returned from the European Championship. The October coach resigned after a 1: 2 defeat with the Czech team, because seven players after the match broke in the evening and before the next preparatory match with Sweden returned to the hotel before the morning.
"We met with Min Stoch in Prague, the talk was very constructive, he said he wants to represent himself and is very pleased," said Chavez Hopal on Tuesday at a press conference in Bratislava.
The coach believes that Stoch will perform at least such performance in the national team as in Slavia. "Two important games are waiting for us, we have to do the best, we are in a difficult situation," added the Czech coach of the Slovak national team.
Of the seven sinners, Hapal was appointed four. They are goalkeeper Martin Dúbravka, defender Milan Skriniar and midfielder Vladimir Bess and Stanislav Lobotka. On the other hand, goalkeeper Michal Šulla and defender Norbert Gyömbér and Lubomir Šatka, who physically attacked the weekend and had a broken face, are missing.
Great return to Slavia
Stoch played in the 2010 World Cup and Euro 2016. After the European Championship, coach Kozak was removed from the standings. And the football spoon had to wait for the coach to leave the bench.
"Everyone knows that the problem was the only one, and now he's gone." I never said I would not want to continue to represent, but it was always my honor to wear a Slovak jersey, and even bigger if I put him here in Slavia to the Czechs, "looks forward to the decisive battle for rescue in the League of Nations.
The Slovaks will try to occupy the second place in the B1 three-member team under the new bus and prevent the impending descent in League C. The last point on the table makes no sense. On November 16 they will play at home with a group winner in Ukraine and on November 19 they are waiting for a match in Prague's Eden. The former federal partner loses three points. "We still want to take second place," says Hapal.
|Name of Slovakia:|
|Martin Dubrava (Newcastle),|
|Matúš Kozáček (FC Viktoria Plzeň),|
|Marek Rodák (Rotherham United).|
|Hapoel Beaver Sheva,|
|Peter Pekarik (Hertha Berlin),|
|Martin Škrtel (Fenerbahce Istanbul),|
|Denis Vavro (Copenhagen),|
|Milan Škriniar (Inter),|
|Dávid Hancko (ACF Fiorentina),|
|Thomas Hugokan (Olympia Marseille).|
|Miroslav Shot (Slavia Prague),|
|Stanislav Lobotka (Celta Vigo),|
|Patrik Hrošovský (FC Viktoria Plzeň),|
|Juraj Kucka (Trabzonspor),|
|Ján Greguš (Copenhagen),|
|Marek Hamšík (SSC Naples),|
|Ondrej Duda (Hertha Berlin),|
|Robert Mac (Zenith of St. Petersburg),|
|Albert Rusnak (Salt Lake City),|
|Vladimir Weiss (Al Gharafa SC),|
|Matus Bero (Vitesse Arnhem).|
|Adam Nemec (FC Pafos),|
|Michal Ďuriš (Anorthosis Famagusta),|
|Adam Srelauk (1st Nuremberg).|