Slovak hockey player Buček says he was not accepted into the Czech Republic because he played in Russia
MOSCOW, September 19 – RIA Novosti. Slovak hockey player Samuel Buczek saidHe said he was not accepted to Czech club Ocelarzy because of his performance in the KHL for Neftekhimik.
“When I came to the locker room, the kids fell silent. Then a meeting was held, the team leaders talked to the coach and the coach. They were categorically against it at the meeting. Then I stood in front of the whole team. Speaking to Sport.sk, Bucek said, “I want to play hockey and I’m here to help the team achieve success. “I wanted to show myself and get a second chance at life,” he said.
According to the player, it took very little time, so he had to create danger in the opponent’s goal at every start.
“There was already a hockey player in my position. I didn’t get enough chances to show how I could play. At first I beat myself up a lot, but gradually I focused only on the moments when I got on the ice. That’s the only way I could influence the situation,” the player noted.
After the end of the season, Buček left the club and returned to Slovak Nitra, where he started his professional career.
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