On Tuesday afternoon, on the Right Bank of the Wisla River, Lech Poznan and Arka Gdynia lock horns in battle, as the season’s Puchar Polski reaches its climax. Ryan Hubbard gives a brief preview of the two teams hoping to lift the trophy.
by Ryan Hubbard Following on from their first leg matches, both Lech Poznań and Arka Gdynia look to have one foot in next month’s Puchar Polski final. The Ekstraklasa […]
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.
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 […]
Zawisza Bydgoszcz kick-off their first ever European campaign on Thursday, against Belgium’s Zulte Waregem. But what can be expected from the side who finished fourth in the Pro League last […]
As Legia Warszawa begin their attempt to become the first Polish team to qualify for the Champions Leaue in eighteen years, the first team to stand in their way is […]
by Ryan Hubbard With all of the talk about both sets of fans boycotting this year’s Puchar Polski Final, you would be forgiven for forgetting that there is a game […]