Friday 22nd December, 2017 at 5:00pm
Tomorrow afternoon’s match against Hamilton is the last action for Partick Thistle before Christmas. With the Lanarkshire side sitting in 9th position, just six points ahead of Thistle, Thistle will be looking to get a win to close the gap on the sides above them. In tomorrow’s match programme, Thistle’s number one Tomas Cerny speaks exclusively to programme co-editor, Christopher Dobie, about moving to Scotland at 22, the changes in goalkeeping throughout his career and his aspirations when he does hang up his gloves.
“Initially, I had planned to stay in Scotland for just five or six months. I left home in the summer of 2007 and told my parents that I’d be back for Christmas. There were lots of changes for me when I got here; some easy and some difficult. The big one was learning the language but there are a lot of cultural changes that you don’t see as important until you move right across Europe and are faced with them. Overall, I wanted to make the most of my time in Scotland and my contract kept being extended in five month chunks which kept me on my toes. I’ve been away from home for much longer than I had planned but it’s made me who I am and shaped my entire life.”
Read the full and exclusive interview with Tomas Cerny ONLY in tomorrow’s official matchday programme which will be available for purchase from our programme sellers around the ground.
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