Like so many Western European nations, Molvania is football mad. Sadly, their national team has had little in the way of international success, especially since the introduction of random drug-testing. Molvania’s highest-profile player would without doubt be Viordar Czervkle (or ‘Cze’ as he is affectionately known) and everywhere you will see his name on T-shirts and posters. To the dismay of most local fans Cze no longer plays at a professional level due to a serious injury; he was banned for head-butting a Croatian referee during an international friendly in 1996.
Lutenblag Stadium (the Lutenstaad) was built in 1985 in anticipation of Molvania being successful with its plans to host the 1994 World Cup. Sadly their bid failed and much of the ground has since fallen into disrepair. Designed to hold 80,000 spectators it is now used largely for rock concerts and public hangings.
Interblag F.C., also known as ‘The Invincibles’, shortly before their 1995 semi-final defeat. (Viordar Czervkle can be seen back row, second from right) The Lutenblag Stadium
(the Lutenstaad)
This extract taken from MOLVANIA – a land untouched by modern dentistry