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MŠK Žilina bests Split and heads to UEFA playoff round

Slovakia will have three clubs playing football in the fourth preliminary round, the playoff round, of the European UEFA league 2009/2010. The players of MŠK Žilina beat the Hayduk club of Split on Thursday, August by a score of 1:0 and, together with their previous draw 1:1 in Žilina, the Slovak team will proceed to the playoff round.

Slovakia will have three clubs playing football in the fourth preliminary round, the playoff round, of the European UEFA league 2009/2010. The players of MŠK Žilina beat the Hayduk club of Split on Thursday, August by a score of 1:0 and, together with their previous draw 1:1 in Žilina, the Slovak team will proceed to the playoff round.

The other Slovak clubs making it to the playoffs are Slovan Bratislava and MFK Košice. On August 7, the groups and rival clubs will be determined in the Swiss town of Nyon, the Sme daily wrote on its website. Sme

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