Archive for November, 2012 U-20 XVI World Cup Host 2011 for Poland!

Wednesday, November 28th, 2012

Poland Soccer Movie Score: four / five


Wednesday, November 21st, 2012

The Poland national team manager Waldemar Fornalik has said that he feels that the national team has changed a lot in terms of attitude for the last few months ever since going out of the Euro 2012 in disappointing fashion. Poland played at the Euro 2012 as part of the hosts, but were unable to progress past the group stages of the tournament. In fact, they suffered a very humiliating exit from the competition, which has raised the questions about the future of the national team. Ahead of the match with Uruguay on Wednesday, the manager Waldemar Fornalik said that he is confident that the team will be able to improve on its results in the World Cup qualifying stages.

Poland have started the World Cup qualifying campaign for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil with just one victory in the first three matches. They will be playing against Uruguay in a friendly match, which gives Waldemar Fornalik the opportunity to test and see a few players. He has accepted the fact that the team was not at its best at the Euro 2012, but they have managed to change their attitude in recent weeks and are much competitive than before. He has also said that the team has an optimal squad at the moment, which is moving in the right direction.

“Over these last few months since I took over the team, the most important thing for me is that we have managed to change the attitude of the group, making it more expansive. The boys have found faith in their own abilities. They believe we can develop. We’re playing with our optimal squad. This is the last major test of the year, against a very strong opponent,” said the manager ahead of the Uruguay match on Wednesday night.

GB Vs Poland Women’s Euro 2012 Handball 1st Half – 22nd March 2012

Wednesday, November 21st, 2012

Poland Soccer Video clip Rating: five / five

Racist chants & boycotts: Euro 2012 kicks off on scandal wave

Wednesday, November 14th, 2012

Poland Soccer Online video Score: 2 / five

Euro 2012 fight: Russia, Poland fans battle in Warsaw

Tuesday, November 6th, 2012

Poland Football Online video Ranking: 2 / 5


Tuesday, November 6th, 2012

The former Manchester United goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak has revealed that he is extremely excited to be part of the Poland national team once again after being recalled to play in the international team for the first time after two years. The 30-year-old goalkeeper has rarely featured in the first team of Manchester United in the last few seasons, which have also led to his position in the national team being under threat. The emergence of the Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny has all but eliminated his chances of featuring in the Poland national team. Now, the injury to the Arsenal goalkeeper has opened a window for the former Manchester United goalkeeper.

Tomasz Kuszczak has frequently reiterated his desire to leave Old Trafford in search of the club first-team football so that he will be able to play international football on a regular basis. However, he has not been allowed to leave the club for the last few seasons, despite not getting first-team football. He recently completed a move to the Championship club Brighton and Hove Albion, and has been a regular player for them in the first few matches of the new Championship season. Now, the Poland national team manager has decided to call him.

“It was a surprise for me. For some time I was no longer in the picture and now I’m this close. Everything is going as it should: I changed club, I’ve had a good pre-season, I play regularly, I’m in good shape and now I received a call to the national team – these are only positive things. All the time I believed that playing regularly would bring me back to the team and indeed it did. I return to the team after a long break but I hope that it will show my good side and the coach writes my name on the teamsheet,” said Kuszczak.