Our man on Polish football Jakub Krzyzostaniak looks ahead to the nation’s upcoming adventures in European football.
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Polish football expert Jakub Krzyzostaniak is back, and in his latest piece he looks at a bleak future ahead for the Euro 2012 co-hosts following a troubled filled domestic cup final.
Jakub Krzyzostaniak pays tribute to Poland’s Michal Zewlakow who this month bids farewell to the national side following an illustrious career.
Poland are set to co-host the European Championships in 2012 and Jakub Krzyzostaniak hopes that the actions of a minority of supporters don’t bring down the rest.
Lech Poznan have made a great start to their Europa League campaign, and Jakub Krzyzostaniak is here to fill us in on a welcome boost for Polish football.
As one of the absentees from this summer’s World Cup, Poland are firmly focused on the 2012 European Championships that they will co-host with Ukraine. Ed Diggins travelled to Ciechanow to get the thoughts of international midfielder Lukasz Mierzejewski. When Giovanni Trappatoni announced his Ireland squad for the upcoming friendlies in preparation for the Euro [...]
This week’s trip through the history books sees England toiling, the birth of one of football’s great rivalries, controversial ‘keepers, clashing egos and some dodgy dealings in Yorkshire. October 12 England booked their place at the last World Cup today in 2005, when Frank Lampard volleyed home a late winner against Poland to ensure the [...]