Adam Nawałka’s Polish side have been tasked with requiring at least a low-scoring draw at home to Ireland on Sunday, after rescuing a point with the final kick of the game against Scotland in Glasgow.
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 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. […]
For large parts of his eleven month reign, Adam Nawałka has been criticised by parts of the Polish press for his side’s performances in friendly games, as well as his […]
by Michał Dzida in Warsaw This was supposed to be a test match before the EURO 2016 qualifiers, but Polish football fans at the Stadion Narodowy were left rather confused. After Scotland […]
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 […]