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Friday, February 8th, 2019

Let’s give it up for former Arsenal goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski for his latest achievement. The goalkeeper has been named Polish footballer of the year for the first time ever in his burgeoning career.

The West Ham goalie has just landed a very prestigious award in Poland, after receiving the PilkaNozna’s Footballer of the Year award for being the best Polish football player of the year 2018.

Poland To Play With Israel, Austria In The Qualifiers Of Euro 2020

Monday, December 24th, 2018

In spite of many disappointing performances in this year, the team of Polish was among the top-seeded for the draw to take place in Dublin city. The manager of Poland, Jerzy Brzeczek said after the conduction of the draw that “Our team was among the top seeds, and definitely the draw which happened wasn’t the worst possible result for us, although our group of qualification is a well-balanced one.” Adding to this he said, “I think most of the games will be like a touch and go ahead, and we definitely have to prepare for it.”

A total of 55 teams were drawn into 10 groups for qualification, 5 groups of six teams and 5 five-team groups. The qualifiers among the group teams will be played from the month of March to the month of November in the upcoming year, and the top 2 teams from each of the qualifying group will enter directly for the championships.

Poland Came Down To 21 Rank In Rankings Of FIFA

Saturday, November 24th, 2018

Poland football club have come down from the eighteenth position to 21 position in the new football rankings of the World. This is the lowest place of Poland after June 2016. On the top Belgium is there. It has climbed to top ranking of FIFA, and it is top of France, the world champions with narrow difference. In the last edition of the ranking, both France and Belgium were at the number one position. This was the first time that both the teams shared the same position and this is the first time, even for any two teams sharing the same position.

The Brazil is at Number 3, it is above the second positioned team of World Cup that is Croatia. The ranking has been affected because of the poor performance of the Poland’s team consistently. This month the Poland lost to Portugal with the score 2-3 and to Italy as well 0-1. It is the two bitter defeats at home ground at the UEFA Nations League. The Poland went through the pain of facing the early exit in Russia from the World Cup 2018.

Football: Poland lose 2-3 to Portugal in Nations League

Thursday, October 25th, 2018

Poland on Thursday lost 2-3 to Portugal in their second match of the new UEFA Nations League, a sobering home defeat that exposed the side’s frailties and left fans in low spirits. Genoa striker Krzysztof Piątek headed home a corner to put Poland 1-0 up in the 18th minute of the game in the southern Polish city of Chorzów, but Andre Silva equalized for Portugal from close range in the 31st.

An own goal from defender Kamil Glik after an unsuccessful sliding tackle handed Portugal the lead in the 42nd minute. Bernardo Silva sealed the victory for the visitors in the 52nd even though substitute Jakub Błaszczykowski slammed in a second goal for Poland from a cross in the 77th minute. The clash at Chorzów’s revamped Silesian Stadium marked the 100th international cap for Poland star striker Robert Lewandowski, who, however, failed to impress the crowd of around 55,000, Polish public broadcaster TVP said.

Poland draws against Italy

Wednesday, September 12th, 2018

Poland managed to get a draw in the match against Italy in the new Nations League that is supposed to boost the attractiveness of friendly matches. In fact, Poland could have won the match if they did not concede a penalty in the closing stage of the game that allowed Italy to equalize and salvage a draw from the game.

This was the first game for the new Poland manager Jerzy Brzęczek and he will be happy with what he has shown in the game. Indeed the Poland players started the match the better and took control of the game against an Italy side that is also in a rebuilding phase.

Poland ready for match

Tuesday, June 26th, 2018

Robert Lewandowski said that the Poland national team is ready for the match against Senegal. He said that the team has been waiting for the start of the tournament for quite some time now and he is sure that the fans can expect a great performance from the players.

However, he admitted that Senegal will not be an easy opponent as they have quality players on the team. He said that nowadays there are no small teams as all the teams present at the World Cup have quality players that play in Europe and that they are used to playing football at the highest level.
Robert Lewandowski said that it will all depend on how much focus they are as a team and how much they want to win the game. He said that since the start of the World Cup there have been some shocking results and that it is up to them to make sure that they can get a positive result in their opening game of the World Cup.
Robert Lewandowski said that they have been preparing well for this tournament and that there is a good team spirit within the team. He believes that there are some good players within the team and that there is no doubt that they can get out of the group stage.
He said that the World Cup is a difficult tournament and that it will become tougher if they managed to reach the knock-out stage. He said that participating at the World Cup is the dream of many footballers and that he is sure that his teammates will be feeling the same.
He said that they will be fighting for every ball and make sure that they do not give their opponents any time on the ball.


Wednesday, September 28th, 2016

To go only as far as the Round of 8 in Euro without facing a single normal-time defeat does pain a lot to Adam Nawalka, but, the coach says the fact that the Red and Whites did not come second to any team in the one and half hours of normal play is a sign that they are much stronger than the past.

The only thing that Poland did wrong in the Euro was that they could only convert 3 out of their 4 shots in the shootout in the pre quarter final, while, the opponent Portugal converted all their 5 shots and so advanced.

Poland’s run, if that missed shootout shot in Marseille is taken out, was nearly flawless, but, one error and unfortunately, no other opportunity thereafter.

According to Nawalka, to miss a shot in the shootout and to have to pay that big a cost of it was ‘brutal’, but, the campaign has given him optimism that there are some bright times ahead for the team.

Nawalka was quoted as, “This Euro showed how far we have come with our Football. Nobody could down us in the normal two halves at any point in the competition and that I can mention with pride because some brilliant teams came our way.”

“Any player can fail to hit a penalty into the net on a certain day, but, you don’t want to be going out like that for sure. It was a brutal end of our journey, as brutal as it could have been.”

“Every day we work together, our purpose is that we have to get better than yesterday and I think our purpose is still going to be the same. It’s about trying to achieve the excellence all the time.”

Poland happy with current results

Monday, October 20th, 2014

Poland has clinched victories over Gibraltar and Germany in their qualifying matches for the 2016 Euro’s but in their latest match, the Polish team had to settle with a 2-2 draw when playing with Scotland.

Despite only being able to collect 1 point against Scotland, the coach of the Polish squad Adam Nawalka has revealed that he and his squad are happy with the final result.

The team of Adam Nawalka has somehow managed to remain undefeated and is currently located at the very top of Group D with 7 points; they have the same amount of points as Republic of Ireland.

“We are satisfied with a point considering we were one goal down. It is good that we managed to recover. The last 30 minutes looked very good and I regret that time ran out so fast and we did not manage to score a winner. The European qualifiers have just started and we are in a very tough group’’ The manager of Poland Adam Nawalka said after the match reached its end.

The Polish squad is making history and appearing in headlines of websites and newspapers from all over the world as Poland was able to defeat Germany with a score of 2-0. This defeat was the first one that the German side suffered in a qualifier game since 1998 and their first loss in a competitive qualifying match in 7 years.

It certainly was a huge shocker when the match between Poland and Germany concluded and the Polish squad came out with the stunning and unforeseen triumph.

The tables have been turning around in the Group D of the 2016 Euro’s qualifiers as Germany was initially expected to be the squad to secure the top spot of the group without facing much difficulty in collecting positive results but now its Poland, the team that is looking like the team to beat.

Of course there are more than 5 qualifying matches left to be played which is more than enough for Germany to start making their charge for the top spot of the group and things can certainly change in the next months but Joachim Low and his players have to start getting their things together and demonstrate why they were crowned as the champions of the world.

A New Stadium And A Fresh Player To Enter Poland’s Team

Tuesday, July 8th, 2014

A contract has been made for building a fresh stadium. So Lodz will have to incur a total investment of 138 million PLN. Within 6 months the design of the stadium has to be made by the builders. Plans of transferring the players to the Polish clubs have been on the minds of the managers.

For a premier league club of Poland the midfielder of the Nepali team Jagjeet Shreshtha has gone to Poland for training. He will undergo a trial of two months. Earlier he was thought to be approached by another European team but news confirmed that he has been signed for a trial by the Polish. It was Richard Orlowski who booked the deal with the Nepalese. The training will continue till 31st August. Who knows he might be selected permanently.

All the expense will be borne by the team of Poland which includes the airfare, accommodation and other nitty gritty. The coach of the national team of Nepal stated that he is a trustworthy player who can do wonders. It was the SAFF Championship which was a startling match and he was recognized as a star player.  His career began from Yeti Himalayan Sherpa Club and extended to Friends Club till 2012 and in 2013 he has been associated with Three Star Club.

For him to be able to train under the Polish team is a huge opportunity since South East Asian players does not usually get such an opportunity. It will be a fresh start for him to learn European skills and techniques of football. It is also a matter of pride for South East Asian that a player of their native is selected to play and undergo training by the Polish football team. The club of Poland is in Bialystok as of now.


Tuesday, May 27th, 2014

Borussia Dortmund’s striker Robert Lewandowski will be suspended for the first leg of the Champions League quarter-final clash against Real Madrid. This is a major blow for the German club since the Polish international scored all four goals against the Spanish outfit when the two sides met each other in the Champions League knockout stages last season. Dortmund managed to qualify for the final 4-1 on aggregate after beating the Spanish club. Lewandowski totally overshadowed his opponents like Karim Benzema and Cristiano Ronaldo.

He will not have a chance to show his quality against the Spanish club in the first leg since he is suspended after receiving your booking in Dortmund’s 2-1 defeat against Zenit St Petersburg. Despite this defeat, Dortmund managed to qualify for the quarter-finals after barely hanging on to the 4-2 win in the first leg. Lewandowski was given a yellow card during the match, which will see him miss the first leg. The 25-year-old, who recently announced his decision to join Bayern Munich on a free transfer in the summer, says that it is extremely disappointing to miss out on such a big match.

Lewandowski has said that the suspension has made him realise the importance of the second leg and he is highly motivated for it.

“I have driven myself crazy over the annoying yellow card and hope that we leave Madrid with a good result. Then I’d be even more motivated for the return leg – I have had a good experience against Real. I believe that we can still go through, even if Real are the favourites and are in top form. We can once more annoy Bayern,” said the striker, who has promised 100% commitment to Dortmund until he leaves the club. He has signed a mega contract worth around £ 75 million over the next five years with Bayern Munich.