On a night where performance was much supposed to be much more important than result, Jakub Błaszczykowski’s first-half volley was enough to separate Adam Nawałka’s nervy Poles from a resilient visiting Serbian side on Wednesday evening.
Both Lech Poznań and Legia Warsaw kicked-off their Europa League campaigns last night, with less-than thrilling performances piling the pressure on coaches Maciej Skorża and Henning Berg. Legia fell to […]
by Ryan Hubbard With the celebrations following Lech Poznań’s capture of their seventh league title on Sunday, it is all-too-easy to forget that the outcome could – and some […]
Poland’s “Cup of a thousand teams” finally reached its conclusion this weekend, in Warsaw’s National Stadium, where a second-half strike from former Southampton striker Marek Saganowski handed Legia Warsaw their […]
Round 29 was a belter! The second club relegated, the leaders dropping from right down to fourth with merely a slim chance of still winning the title, and another club […]
We knew it was coming, the media knew it was coming too. He knew himself that only a massive result could save him; whilst the players seemingly knew that by […]
It’s been over four weeks now since the doors to the winter transfer window swung open; and whilst most of the Ekstraklasa’s clubs have opened their chequebooks, the doors have […]