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 […]
With the pre-tournament favourites eliminated early on, this season’s Puchar Polski looks very different to those in recent seasons. Legia Warszawa, champions on the last three occasions, were eliminated […]
With Scotland the next visitors to Warsaw’s Stadion Narodowy on Wednesday, Poland coach Adam Nawałka has yet another chance to tinker with his squad in order to find the winning […]