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Havana

'''. Teams and league names came and went over the years. In , had to be moved to Charleston, West Virginia in mid-season. ''Black Warrior'', a Watercraft vessel


Czechoslovakia

this plan stirred up very negative reactions among footballers (soccer) and fans alike and despite the fact that members of Slavoj originally declared that they reject the plan, in the end they changed their minds. As a result, '''TJ Slovan Liberec''' was formed on '''12 July 1958'''. With this name, the football club affirmed the Czech (Czechoslovakia) character of the club as well as the region where it played. The very first competitor the newly created team faced was Spartak Praha Sokolovo, as the famous team Sparta Prague was called at the time. Slovan lost 0:3. Despite of all its efforts, for a long time Slovan Liberec was unsuccessful in its fight for a place in the premier league. At certain stages of its history, it was even relegated to the regional division or third league. After overcoming the financial crisis that the club found itself in following the 1989 "Velvet Revolution", Slovan Liberec finally had the chance to gain promotion to the top league. Following the dissolution of Czechoslovakia, the six best teams in the second league were elevated to the newly created Czech (Czech Republic) premier league. Slovan ascended to the first league with the formation of the Czech league (Gambrinus Liga) in 1993, and has maintained this position ever since. In the 1990s the club achieved a series of mid-table finishes. The club reached Divize, the fourth level, in 1986 and the 2. ČNL, the third division in 1987. 1990 saw the team promoted to Second division . After the breakup of Czechoslovakia in 1993, both Slovakia and the Czech Republic established own leagues and Drnovice gained promotion to the First Division. Finally Gottvald had made his dream of First Division football in his native village come true. It was built after the War of 1866 as a connection between Prague and Vienna. In 1872, Vienna Franz Josef Station (Wien Franz-Josefs-Bahnhof) was built as the first terminal station inside the former ''Linienwall'' in the district of Alsergrund, inside the Gürtel. It crosses the Danube at Tulln and extends from there to Krems (Krems an der Donau) and to the border at Gmünd (Gmünd, Lower Austria). In Bohemia, it continued through České Budějovice, Tábor and Benešov to Prague. Prague's present main station originally belonged to Franz Josef Railway. Various district capitals are only connected to it by bylines. A new station at Gmünd had to be built in 1919, after part of the town had become part of Czechoslovakia (''České Velenice''). After World War II, the line lost a lot of importance because of the Iron Curtain. However, trains to Prague and Berlin used it through the mid-90s. Today, the Franz Josef Railway is only used for regional trains, as trains to Prague leave at Wien Südbahnhof. '''František Plánička''' (


Germany

, Germany. It was situated in the historical Land of Hadeln approx. 20 km southeast of Cuxhaven. Its seat was in the village Ihlienworth. On 1 January 2011 it merged with the ''Samtgemeinde'' Hadeln to form the new ''Samtgemeinde'' Land Hadeln (Land Hadeln (Samtgemeinde)). After the German (Germany) attack on Poland (September 1939) Wodarz signed a German Nationality List (Volksliste) and played for a newly-created team, Ruch Chorzów Bismarckhütter SV 99


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