Vidi will face the 2005 UEFA Cup winners on Monday afternoon

Videoton will be up against famous opponents in another friendly match

CSKA Moscow's biggest moment came in 2005 when they won the UEFA Cup. They made history with this by becoming the first Russian side to win a European trophy. They did it the hard way beating Sporting, in a final, which was played in Lisbon, with the Portuguese side enjoying home advantage. They scored three second half goals to pick up the silverware. Their third goal that day came from their Brazilian forward, Vagner Love. The talented striker who scored 117 goals in 244 games has signed for Flamengo, according to newspaper reports, and may not play against Videoton on Monday.

One player that may feature is Swedish international Pontus Wernbloom, who joined Moscow at the start of the week, and has flown in to Spain to be at their training camp. It has been a busy winter transfer window with Nigerian striker Ahmed Musa joining, who used to be a team mate of Balazs Toth, when the pair were at Venlo.

Final 16 in the Champions league
CSZK have made it into the last 16 of the 2011/12 Champions league, and will shortly face Real Madrid in February. They finished second in their group behind Inter, and infront of Trabzonspor and Lille. They managed to win 2-1 at the San Siro in the final game! 

Author: David Rechnitzer

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