The Prague 10 municipal authority has agreed to allow the soccer club Bohemians 1905 to remain at their Ďolíček stadium for 20 years for rent of one crown a year. The contract will be signed as soon as Prague 10 acquires the property from current owners Bohemia Real, the district’s mayor, Bohumil Zoufalík, said on Tuesday. The move comes a week after Prague mayor Tomáš Hudeček said there were plans to knock the stadium down, a claim described as “nonsense” by Mr. Zoufalík.
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