YEREVAN. – The national football squad of the Czech Republic has proved several times that it can recover after failures, team manager Michal Bílek stated.
Bílek shared his impressions on his squad’s 3-0 defeat at home in their 2014 World Cup football qualifier Group B match against Denmark.
“If we do not beat the Armenian national squad, I will quit. We already have lost quite a number of points in these qualifiers, but the situation can still be rectified. Now, we must show what we are capable of,” ČT Sport quotes Michal Bílek as saying.
To note, the 2014 World Cup qualifier group match between Armenia and the Czech Republic will be played on March 26, in Armenia’s capital city Yerevan.
In Group B, Denmark and the Czech Republic have 5 points apiece. Italy are the current group leaders, with 10 points, and they are trailed by Bulgaria, which have 9 points. Armenia, on the other hand, have 3 points, whereas Malta have lost all four games played so far.