Club News

 
December 2002
31.12.2002
CSKA in Belgrade: very busy tourists

The absence of days of over the New Years holidays, as it turns out, is typical for team under Yugoslavian coaches. For example, the head coach of the Greek team Panathinaikosmentor of Dusan Ivkovic Zeljko Obradovic cant get away to Belgrade for the New Years celebrations. The reason? Two practices set for December 31 and January 1.

30.12.2002
Ending the year with a victory

Today in Belgrade in the second friendly game on their Yugoslavian tour, the Army team repeated its success, once again defeating the local team Zeleznik.

28.12.2002
FMP Zeleznik vs CSKA: 69-93
28.12.2002
Day one: unpleasant events with excellent conclusions

The first incident in the Belgrade training camp occurred with one of the coaches already in Moscow. One of the CSKA coaches, Ivan Eremic, was attacked near his home by a stray dog and spent several unpleasant minutes standing on the hood of his car.

22.12.2002
Only a few more hours until the UNIKS-CSKA game

Only a few hours remain until the Army teams final game in 2002 against UNIKS. CSKA arrived in Kazan yesterday on Saturday and was able to hold a practice on Sunday morning. Thirteen players are...

17.12.2002
CSKA to face Partizan tomorrow

Today at 10:00am Moscow time, CSKA arrived in the Yugoslavian capital of Belgrade, where the 9th game of the Euroleague will take place between CSKA and the home team, Partizan.

12.12.2002
CSKA has best points for/against difference

Among all Euroleague teams, CSKA has the best points for/against difference: +95. The closest team is the Italian club Benetton from group A, which has a total of +60.

11.12.2002
CSKA vs Ulker: 78-62

CSKA fans completely enclosed the Turkish fans cheering section. The red-blue flags and cacophony from over 1000 horns which were passed out to spectators. In general, number 25 in the Army teams roster-the fans-earned their stripes.

07.12.2002
CSKA vs Lokomotiv MV: 88-82

In the first half, CSKA was able to make their fans adequately worried. The team, whose trademark has long been their defense, was not executing well defensively. Things went better offensively, as if there were nothing in the way. The ball refused to stay on the perimeter. This and that CSKA player drove into the lane, often completing pirouettes worthier of a circus artist.

06.12.2002
CSKA congratulates Russian tennis players

Today in the Radisson Slavyanskaya hotel, a banquet was held in honor of the Russian national tennis team, which won the Davis Cup last week-one of the worlds most respected trophies. Present at the banquet was the head of the Goskomsport of Russia Bycheslav Fetisov, former President of Russia Boris Yeltsin, form Minister of Labor and Social Development Oleg Sysuev and President of PBC CSKA Alekandr Gomelskiy.

05.12.2002
Over past 10 years, Slask hit hardest in Moscow

Of all the CSKA opponents in home games of Eurocup tournaments over the past 10 years, the Polish club Slask has scored the least amount of points.

02.12.2002
CSKA signs Victor Alexander

The PBC CSKA decided today to exclude Chris Gatling from their Euroleague and Superleague rosters, respectively, due to the fact that he has returned to the United States due to family matters. Today PBC CSKA also signed American center Victor Alexander (33 years old, 208 cm) to a contract.