SLTV: ‘I Was Excited To Play With Black Guys’
Slovakian forward, Milos Lacny arrived in South Africa having played for clubs like Dundee United and Czech giants, Slavia Praha.
Although he hasn’t made the desired impact for his new club, AmaZulu, the enthusiastic 32-year-old hopes to help the club if football resumes after the Coronavirus lockdown.
Born in the old state of Czechoslovakia—now separated into the Czech Republic and Slovakia, Lacny recalls growing up from humble beginnings and following in his father’s footsteps in becoming a professional footballer.
Despite not living in luxury, his parents did all they could with what they had and made great sacrifices for him to pursue his dream of reaching the professional ranks.
During this interesting interview, Lacny shared his excitement playing in South Africa in addition to…
- "Everybody told me that he was brilliant…"
- "We were absolutely not a rich family…"
- "I saw this potential…"
- "I love these players, very strong, very fast like me…"
- "I play for AmaZulu and I am seriously very happy here…"
Can Lacny’s experience guide AmaZulu out of the relegation zone this season should football return?