Slovak president appoints cabinet let by Pellegrini
Slovakia's president on Thursday appointed a new government led by Peter Pellegrini, whose predecessor had quit in a scandal over the murder of an investigative journalist.
Slovak president refuses to approve new cabinet
Slovak President Andrej Kiska refused Tuesday to approve a proposed new government, insisting a more stable line-up was needed to ease tensions after the last prime minister quit in a scandal over the murder of a journalist.
Rooney plays where he wants, says Allardyce
Sam Allardyce vowed to defer to captain Wayne Rooney over his positioning after starting life as England manager with a last-gasp 1-0 win over Slovakia in World Cup qualifying.
Slovak Toth pips Tallent for 50km race walk gold
Slovakia's Matej Toth made a decisive break 2km from the line to add Olympic gold to his world title as he won the 50km race walk on Friday.
Germany ease into Euro quarter-finals
Jerome Boateng scored his first international goal to set Germany on their way to a 3-0 win against Slovakia at Euro 2016 on Sunday as the world champions cruised into the quarter-finals.
Frustrated England progress after Slovakia draw
Roy Hodgson's England secured their place in the last 16 of Euro 2016, but lost their status as Group B winners, after being held to a goalless draw by Slovakia on Monday.
Russia undone by brilliant Hamsik
Marek Hamsik set up the opener and came up with a contender for goal of the tournament as Slovakia beat Russia 2-1 in Lille on Wednesday to claim a first European Championship finals win.
Euro 2016 predictions: The Lions battle the Dragons for British pride and passion
A 92nd minute Vasili Berezutski goal ensured that England maintained their infamous record of having never won their opening match in the history of the European Championships.