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LEWANDOWSKI EXTENDS BAYERN STAY

Robert Lewandowski has extended his contract with German champions Bayern Munich, according to reports.


The Poland international finally signed an extension that will tie him down until 2021.

The 28-year old Bundesliga striker joined Bayern from Borussia Dortmund in 2014. Since his move, Lewandowski has netted a whopping 86 times in 122 games. This season he had scored 19 already, making him one of the most lethal strikers in the game at the moment.

“I am very happy that the negotiations were successful. It means I will stay at Bayern for a few more years,” the Polish star said.

Lewandowski has been instrumental to the Bundesliga titles so far – aside three successive semi final finish in the Champions League. The German giant are bidding for their record five straight victories this season. They are currently sitting atop the league and are favourites to lift the title again despite the change in coach. Read more »

Lewandowski Ready to Sign New Contract

Robert Lewandowski is reportedly close to signing a new contract with Bayern Munich.


The Polish international is regarded as one of the top centre forwards in world football. Signed by Pep Guardiola, he continues to play an integral role in the team. Lewandowski still has a contract with Bayern Munich until the summer of 2019. However, Bayern Munich are thought to be concerned about the increasing transfer rumours linking Lewandowski with a move to Manchester City. It will reunite the forward with Guardiola, as he looks to increase his forward options at the new club.

As a result, Bayern Munich are ready to offer a new contract to the player who is already one of the highest earners at the club. Lewandowski came to Bayern on a free transfer from Borussia Dortmund and he has already won the Bundesliga twice. One of the biggest regrets for the Polish striker so far would be his inability to win the Champions League. Read more »

Poland boss gets new deal

Poland coach Adam Nawalka has been rewarded with a new contract after having guided the national team to the Euro 2016 quarter-finals.


They were beaten by Portugal only on penalties after having ended the tournament undefeated.

This was one of the best performances by Poland on the international scene since a very long time, and the Poland Football Association does not want to disrupt the team preparation.

It is believed that the new deal will see Adam Nawalka remains as the Poland coach until the end of the next World Cup in Russia.

Adam Nawalka took charge of Poland in 2013 and had successfully guided the Poland team through the Euros 2016 qualifiers and brought them all the way to the quarter-finals. The Poland Football Federation will be hoping that he can achieve the same thing with the World Cup qualifiers who are due to start in September this year.
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Poland hoping that Lewandowski can inspire them to success at the Euros

Poland will hope that the good form Lewandowski has shown throughout this season can help them achieve something big at the Euros.


He has already contributed 13 goals during the qualifying campaign to help Poland secure their place in France, and the whole country will be hoping that he can continue on the same path to help them at the finals.

Poland coach Adam Nawalka has said that Lewandowski is a valuable player for his team and that he is not going to swap him for any other player even if it was Messi or Ronaldo. This shows how much Poland value their striker and will want him to be at his best in France. The coach added that it is a great honor and chance to be able to have one of the best players in the world in your team. Read more »

Real Madrid attempted to sign Rafael Benitez back in 2009

Throughout the years, Real Madrid has had a number of highly qualified managers who have lifted some of the biggest pieces of silverware. Jose Mourinho and Carlo Ancelotti are some of the latest ones who have taken up the managerial position at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Carlo Ancelotti and Jose Mourinho have proved on numerous occasions why they are considered to be some of the best managers in the world. Both coaches have won the Champions League on 2 occasions and this is the kind of managers that Real Madrid are always searching for.

Real Madrid has always attempted to bring in coaches who have won the biggest titles in the world of football and Florentino Perez has recently revealed that Real Madrid had been in search of Rafael Benitez before Mourinho and Ancelotti.

The president of Real Madrid Florentino Perez said: “We were absolutely convinced we needed a new impetus,” said the chief. “For my part it would have been easier to keep going.

“I analyzed it and didn’t have doubts to give the team a new impulse. We are glad we did it with a new coach. Rafa Benitez is the best for Madrid at this time. He knows the culture, the values, and is from this ‘house’.I thought of him in 2009 and offered him the job. The circumstances didn’t allow it because he had renewed with Liverpool and couldn’t leave them. Benitez is Spanish, a Madridista.”

According to Florentino Perez, Real Madrid attempted to sign Rafael Benitez a few years ago but the Spanish manager decided to extend his contract with Liverpool which was his club during that time.

Rafael Benitez was the coach of Liverpool starting from June of 2004 until June of 2010 and during this period of time, he managed to win: FA Cup, FA Community Shield, Champions League and Super Cup. Read more »

Germany VS Poland Highlights

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Manuel Pellegrini managerial Position in Danger

Barcelona knocked out Manchester City from the Champions League and now the pressure is starting to build on to Manuel Pellegrini as the manager could be seeing his way out of the Etihad Stadium if the team fails to win any major trophy in this season.

Chelsea still remains in the top spot of the Premier League and the team of Jose Mourinho depends on themselves if they want to win the top tier English League in this season.

Ronald de Boer is a former Ajax player as well as the brother of Frank de Boer who is currently coaching Ajax. Frank de Boer is going through a splendid time as the manager of Ajax as he has guided the club to 4 successive Eredivisie and Ronald de Boer has now stated that his brother Frank de Boer would be interested in taking charge of Manchester City if the opportunity presents itself but only after 2016.

Ronald de Boer said: “Frank would be interested in managing Manchester City in the future. He’s already said he will stay at Ajax until 2016. If Manchester City or Barcelona comes for him he will still stay at Ajax. After that 2016, he is ready to take on a job like that.” Read more »

“Poland vs Greece” (1-1) UEFA EURO 2012 June 7th – All Highlights and Goals

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Poland vs Greece Highlights – Group A Match #1 – (FIFA 12 Predicts EURO 2012)

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England v Poland World Cup Qualifier 2013 – Football Goals Highlights Soccer Show – Gerrard / Rooney

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