The Ethics Committee of the Football Association of the Czech Republic (FAČR) has initiated proceedings against Slavia Prague and its sporting director Jiri Bilic. The club and its official are facing suspicions of violating the regularity of the two matches of the Fersovic reserve in the third league, which was held in September 2019. The committee informed this in a statement. Slavia intends to defend herself and believes that all accusations will be proven wrong.




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(Updated: 18:24 19/09/2022)

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Slavia sporting director Jiri Bilyk with club chairman Jaroslav Tvrdik | Photo: Pavel Mazáč / CNC / Profimedia | Source: Profimedia

Bilek was in charge of the third B division in Slavia before taking over as sporting director from Jan Nezmar in August last year.


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According to the media, he was in frequent phone contact with former Vyšehrad official Roman Rogoz, one of the main figures in the corruption case surrounding former FAČR Vice President Roman Berber, and spoke to him about the governors, among other things. “

The Ethics Committee suspects that Bilyk may have committed a disciplinary offense during matches in Benisov and at home with Pribram’s reserve team.

On September 7, 2019, Prague lost 2:4 at home to their opponent from Central Bohemia, and after three rounds on September 28 they won 2:1 in the second match. Both matches were moderated by Thomas Grimm.

“The disciplinary offense should have been a breach of the regularity of the competition or match. Ethics Committee Chairman Jan Eisenreich said in a video to the media after the meeting, bearing in mind the fact that both offenses occurred in Team B matches, this is how we will evaluate this the case “.

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Slavia is ready to defend itself

Both Slavia and Bilyk deny guilt.

“The club must first familiarize itself with the contents of the file, and in any case it will actively defend itself in this procedure. We are convinced that during the proceedings it will appear that all suspicions are groundless,” Slavia said in a statement. website.

“As previously mentioned by the club, very strict rules regarding communication and behavior towards referees have been adopted in Slavia. All club staff are strictly prohibited from communicating with referees before or after the match. During the match, we strictly follow the LFA and FAČR regulations”, added the current Czech vice-champion .

“I categorically reject such accusations, it is not true. I had no motive to pressure the referee and influence the B team matches. I am very sorry that taking such a remark out of the context of the whole situation is fundamentally damaging to my reputation as a person,” said Bilyk, of Among other things, to MF DNES in December.

The Slavic Reserve is currently playing in the second league, which it was promoted to at the end of last season. After nine rounds this year, the Prague newcomer took 15th to last place in the table.

The ethics committee has already sanctioned several people in the case and expelled Vysehrad, where Rogoz worked, from the third league last December. At the same time, proceedings are underway with the second division Dukla Praha over suspicion that through its former official Michal Šrámek, he tried to influence three league matches in the fall of 2018.

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