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Reader feedback: Keep up the good work

Re: Artmedia beats Porto in sensational Champions League upset, Flash News, September 29, 2005

Well done Artmedia! Despite being an eternal Liverpool fan I adopted Artmedia as my "other team" after being taken to some games by my brother-in-law around five years ago. What I saw last night and what I saw for the first time a few years ago were so different in comparison.

It is great to see you doing so well against the big teams. The 5-0 against Celtic was another fantastic example of just how much Slovak football has improved in quality. The World Cup qualifying group reflects this also.

So keep up the great work and here's to hoping both Liverpool and Artmedia progress to the next round where we may meet, giving me another reason to take a trip to Bratislava.

Well done guys!

Rob Breaks,
London, UK

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