It doesn’t seem that long ago when Poland were predictable: get the ball down the right-hand side through Błaszczykowski and Piszczek, give it to Lewandowski and let him do the rest. If a defence could neutralise the then-Dortmund striker, there was usually a chance they could come away with at least a share of the spoils. This was proven by Russia and Czech Republic in Euro 2012; as well as Montenegro, Moldova and Ukraine in qualifying for the 2014 World Cup.
by Ryan Hubbard (Ryan-Hubbard.co.uk) With a first competitive defeat for boss Adam Nawałka, Poland fell from the summit of Group D, as a resurgent German side put them to the […]
Poland 4:0 Georgia by Ryan Hubbard Another hurdle has been jumped by Adam Nawałka’s Poland team, with Saturday’s 4-0 victory over Georgia edging them one step closer to the 2016 […]
A relatively unfamiliar Poland side will take to the field in Warsaw on Saturday evening, as Adam Nawałka looks to extend his unbeaten record in competitive internationals to a […]
by Ryan Hubbard Scoring two goals in his last three international appearances, Śląsk Wrocław midfielder Sebastian Mila is steadily earning himself cult status in Poland. While the thought of the […]
by Ryan Hubbard Poland stormed to the top of Group D with a second-half super show, which saw Georgian boss Temuri Ketsbaia’s reign end with a heavy defeat. Goals from […]
By Ryan Hubbard in Warsaw Arkadiusz Milik once again turned Poland’s goal hero, with a strike fifteen minutes from time salvaging Poland’s unbeaten start to the Euro 2016 qualifying campaign. […]