PIBFAL Cup 2019 – Quarter Finals [1]

Championship Group A 2018/2019 season: Round 14, match 4

 

Goals and assists
Assists Goal Scorer Minute Player Name Assist
John Newton Elliot Jalley 30′
Marc Sanderson 50′
Jorge 60′
Marc Sanderson 70′
75′
Jorge Kenan Aliyev 85′
Man of the Match: Dynamo Žižkov (as voted by Johnson & Johnson) Man of the Match: Johnson & Johnson (as voted byDynamo Žižkov )
TBA
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Name
Tiago Afonso
Nationality
por Portugal
Position
Midfielder
Current Team
Johnson & Johnson

Championship Group A 2018/2019 season: Round 2, match 1

 

Goals and assists
Assists Goal scorers Minutes Goal scorers Assists
Sam Roberts 2′
Iain Sellers Ben Antrobus 5′
10′ Diego Lopez
Callum Philbin William Jalloul 50′
Callum Philbin Sam Roberts 55′
Ben Antrobus Sam Roberts 70′
Callum Philbin Ben Antrobus 75′
Tony McLaughlin Flo Reppin 80′
Sam Brown 85′
Man of the Match: IFC Prague (as voted by Dynamo Žižkov) Man of the Match: Dynamo Žižkov (as voted by IFC Prague)
TBA
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24
Name
Diego Lopez
Nationality
esp Spain
Position
Forward
Current Team
Dynamo Žižkov
Photo Gallery

Championship Group A 2018/2019 season: Round 11, match 4

 

Goals and assists
Assists Goal scorer Minutes Goal scorer Assists
Elliot Jalley Diego Lopez 15′
25′
30′
Cyril Cadete Diego Lopez 40′
Pierre Flament Elliot Jalley 55′
65′
Diego Lopez Elliot Jalley 90′
Man of the Match: Dynamo Žižkov (as voted by Salt Miners) Man of the Match: Salt Miners (as voted by Dynamo Žižkov)
TBA #99 

FRIENDLY 2018/2019: MATCH 42

This match is not considered for statistics (ranking, goals, assists).

Goals and assists
Assist Goal scorer Score Goal scorer Assist
0 1 Victor Pisarenco Florian Keroglot
1 1
2 1
2 2 Răzvan Tucan
2 3 Daninho Răzvan Tucan
2 4 Dionis Pisarenco Free Kick
2 5 Iulian Budescu
3 5
3 6 Iulian Budescu Victor Pisarenco

Championship Group A 2018/2019 season: Round 9, match 1

 

Assists Goal scorers Minutes Goal scorers Assists
10′ Ben Antrobus Sam Brown
20′ Callum Philbin Penalty
Aris Tsagkaris Elliot Jalley 30′
65′ Steven Donaldson Fernando Martinez
Tomas Berger Elliot Jalley 80′
Cyril Cadete Tomas Berger 85′
Man of the Match: Dynamo Žižkov (as voted by IFC Prague) Man of the Match: IFC Prague (as voted by Dynamo Žižkov)
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10
Name
Elliot Jalley
Nationality
gbr United Kingdom
Position
Forward, Midfielder
Current Team
Dynamo Žižkov, All-Star Team
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Name
Antoine Labarbarie
Nationality
fra France
Position
Defender
Current Team
All-Star Team, IFC Prague

This was the first game between Prague’s two longest established international clubs in over 2 years and the game was intense as usual. It was a game of 4 quarters with IFC dominating the opening periods of both halves and Zizkov finishing both halves strongly.

10’ 0-1 IFC. Antrobus finished superbly after a lovely through ball from Brown.

20’ 0-2 IFC. Philbin converted the penalty awarded after Antrobus was clean through again but cynically hacked down before he was able to shoot. No card for the Zizkov player….

30’ 1-2. Evergreen Jalley pulled one back for Zizkov after a ‘tussle’ with Kazmierczak in the IFC goal.

40’ A brilliant Kazmierczak save diving low to his left kept IFC in the lead at half time.

HT: Dinamo Zizkov 1-2 IFC

IFC started brightly again and Donaldson, Antrobus, Frederiksen and Sellers T all spurned chances to increase IFC’s lead.

65’ 1-3 IFC. Donaldson headed IFC into a 2 goal lead from a Martinez corner.

70’ Another brilliant saver by Kazmierczak (top right hand corner) denied Zizkov.

78’ 2-3. Jalley outpaced the IFC defence and slid the ball under the outrushing Kazmierczak.

Martinez, Labarbarie, Philbin, Roberts and Fanthorpe all went off with injuries leaving IFC down to bare bones.

85’ 3-3. An Alex Kral header (see Sevilla v Slavia) smashed off the back of a Zizkov players head/shoulder into the IFC net.

Zizkov laid siege to the IFC goal in the last 5 minutes but couldn’t score the winner.

FT: Dinamo Zizkov 3-3 IFC

This was a game that we should have won but could have lost so a draw is probably a fair result overall.

A good game between two physical and half decent sides.

Match report by IFC Prague

Friendly 2018/2019: Match 20

 

Goals & assists
Assists Goal scorers Minute Goal scorers Assists
Ali Gululu Daniel Rusu Mark Child
Daniel Rusu
Enrique Paredes
Man of the Match: Accenture United (as voted by Partisan B) Man of the Match: Partisan B (as voted by Accenture United)
TBA TBA

Friendly 2018/2019: Match 13

 

Goals & assists
Assists Goal scorers Minute Goal scorers Assists
20 Elliot Jalley Cyril Cadete
25 Elliot Jalley ?
50 Elliot Jalley ?
55 Elliot Jalley John Newton
60 Elliot Jalley Cyril Cadete
70 Elliot Jalley Nik Hampshire
90 Spyros Avramis John Newton
Man of the Match: Accenture United (as voted by Dynamo Žižkov) Man of the Match: Dynamo Žižkov (as voted by Accenture United)
#3
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10
Name
Elliot Jalley
Nationality
gbr United Kingdom
Position
Forward, Midfielder
Current Team
Dynamo Žižkov, All-Star Team

Championship Group A 2018/2019 season: Round 7, match 2

0 1 Callum Philbin (Maximo Lopez) 10′
Michele Moncini 33′ 1 1
1 2 Phil Frederiksen (Fernando Martinez) 42′
1 3 Benjamin Antrobus (Callum Philbin) 55′
1 4 Phil Frederiksen 81′
Man of the match: Prague Devils (as voted  by IFC Prague) Man of the match: IFC Prague (as voted by Prague Devils)
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Name
Daniele Salti
Nationality
ita Italy
Position
Defender
Current Team
Prague Devils
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Name
Phil Frederiksen
Nationality
usa United States
Position
Midfielder
Current Team
IFC Prague, All-Star Team

IFC finished the Autumn half of the PIBFAL league season with a hard fought win over Prague Devils who they leapfrog into second place before the Winter break. It was a physical game but not dirty and it was a fun game against a very good team who didn’t spend the game moaning at the referee or IFC.

IFC started strongly and Antrobus forced a good save from the Devils excellent goalkeeper after good work by Philbin after 2 minutes. Savant then saw a long shot screamer just clear the crossbar.

10’ 0-1 IFC: Some good work from the back by Reppin and Moreaux fed Roberts on the left wing. Roberts played a delightful cross field pass to Lopez whose shot was well saved by the keeper only for Philbin to follow up and open the scoring.

Another good save from Philbin by the Devils keeper kept the score at 0-1 before Kazmierczak was called into action after a good Devils move.

33’ 1-1 Devils had threatened to equalize with Jaubert’s set pieces causing problems in the IFC defence, and did so when a long shot cannoned off the post, hit the unlucky Kazmierczak and went in the IFC net.

42’ 1-2 IFC: Both teams had chances with the keepers making good saves before Frederiksen put IFC ahead with a volley from a Martinez free kick.

HT: Prague Devils 1-2 IFC Prague

55’ 1-3 IFC: Antrobus continued his fine scoring run with IFC’s 3rd after a good run by Philbin.

75’ Another good save by Kazmierczak in the IFC goal prevented Devils from pulling a goal back.

81’ 1-4 IFC: Frederiksen put the game beyond Devils with a low 30 yard shot into the bottom corner.

FT: Prague Devils 1-4 IFC Prague

Match report bby IFC Prague

Championship Group A 2018/2019 season: Round 6, match 2

Elliot Jalley (Cyril Cadete) 50′ 1 0
Elliot Jalley (Cyril Cadete) 60′ 2 0
Elliot Jalley (Diego Lopez) 75′ 3 0
Man of the match: Dynamo Žižkov (as voted by Partisan  B) Man of the match: Partisan B (as voted by Dynamo Žižkov)
#
10
Name
Elliot Jalley
Nationality
gbr United Kingdom
Position
Forward, Midfielder
Current Team
Dynamo Žižkov, All-Star Team
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Name
Luke Mellor
Nationality
gbr United Kingdom
Position
Forward, Midfielder
Current Team
Partisan Prague B

Dynamo Žižkov and Partisan have history. A history that stretches back to the origins of expat football in Prague. Hardly surprising then that there was a bit of needle in a fixture so full of other surprises.

When the Partisan boys come to town you know it’s going to be entertaining. With a rich pool of footballing talent to call on they can easily put out two full squads, let alone one and so it was that Partisan B turned up, with a sprinkling of the Partisan A team to boot.

But DZ were strong too. And after a run of games which saw the team gradually starting to uncover their footballing identity it was the perfect night to hit your stride. And did they ever.

In an engaging first half both teams probed and pushed with DZ keeping hold of the ball for long periods, moving it confidently around the pitch, frustrating their opposition. However there were few clear cut chances until a ten minute spell towards the end of the first half when it was Partisan who had their best moments.

First testing a resolute keeper, Stephane Gelin, who parried a well struck shot around the post, followed by two goal bound efforts from set pieces, both cleared off the line. But any score against them at this stage would have been harsh on the hosts who were playing some lovely stuff and so with the break came a 0-0 scoreline which was no more than Zizkov deserved.

In the second half though Dynamo stepped up their passing game and it became a joy for the footballing purest. Partisan’s players, growing increasingly frustrated, chased shadows for long periods as DZ delivered a footballing lesson.

Gelin distributing from the back via the solid central defensive partnership of Tsagkaris and Pelissier. Through Keller, Etame and Cadete in midfield up to Lopez in attack. But in naming these players it must be noted the quality was there from every position on the field. To a man DZ were excellent and it was almost inevitable this standard of play would reap its reward.

And so it came when substitute Jalley headed home, unchallenged, from a corner.

Partisan pushed on once more but this gave the sweet passing DZ space to capitalise and Jalley, who was having an absolute blinder of a match, scored with two carbon copy strikes. Both times sweeping the ball across the keeper into the bottom right hand corner. The second of which, a solo effort, he started in his own half.

And so as the niggly fouls against them mounted up, DZ remained committed to pass and move football. Just the sort of response one would have hoped for. The final whistle brought to an end a fantastic night’s football and everyone was friends again… as it should be.

Dynamo walked off deservedly 3-0 victors setting the tone for the upcoming festivities and their 20year anniversary party this Saturday. And if such a delightfully pure footballing performance is anything to go by the club is in rude health… bring on another 20 years.

Report by Dynamo Žižkov