The Ekstraklasa’s points-split took effect last week, with drama both on and off-the-pitch deciding the league’s outcome. Now entering the final seven rounds of the season, there is plenty to play for at both ends of the table, and plenty of talking points from Matchday number 31. Here are five of them:
A resilient Górnik Zabrze side held on with ten men for the final ten minutes, leaving Legia Warsaw coach Henning Berg’s final act in charge of the club to surrender a ten-point gap from Piast Gliwice, and the top spot which they so desperately crave.
by Ryan Hubbard (Ryan-Hubbard.co.uk) Saturday’s game against Jagiellonia should have been a joyous occasion for Górnik Zabrze supporters. The opening of the first section of their new stadium, and […]
EKSTRAKLASAreview’s season reviews continue with an overview of sixth-placed Górnik Zabrze’s year, brought to us by Dawid Kosmalski.
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Once again, a Western European transfer window passes by without the transfer of Górnik Zabrze attacker Prejuce Nakoulma. Now with just a handful of arguably smaller leagues still […]
“The dismissal of Jan [Urban] is a step forward. For him, too. Even though we parted ways, I still believe he is the best coach in Poland”. While Bogusław Leśnodorski, […]