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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old December 30th, 2010, 22:09 Thread Starter
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Winter Tranfers: Paweł & Piotr Brożek

Just saw this on the news. Looks like we've transferred the Brozek twins from Wiska Krakow (Let the Arveladze comparisons begin )

Not sure how good these guys are, but Pawel is a striker and Piotr is a left wing/left-back player. Any information would be great. I know we were after Pawel in the past.

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old December 31st, 2010, 00:47
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Piotr is a left midfielder-turned-left defender - he is decent offensively, but he'd have to work hard to win 1st team football. At the very worst, if he won't secure a LB spot, there's always LM for rotation for him, and he'd be a factor for better blending in all Polak players in this team.

Paweł is something else, on top of his form he was second to none in Polish league. He's got very good footballing intelligence, is keen on one-two passes, and has exceptional off-the-ball perception, he is quite pacey - I'd compare him to Baros (just a reference point, he's not as good as Baros). He is certainly not a static kind of a striker, but one that will make things going up front. If he plays up to his level, you won't feel loss of Teofilo or miss Jaja.

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Piotr is a left midfielder-turned-left defender - he is decent offensively, but he'd have to work hard to win 1st team football. At the very worst, if he won't secure a LB spot, there's always LM for rotation for him, and he'd be a factor for better blending in all Polak players in this team.

Paweł is something else, on top of his form he was second to none in Polish league. He's got very good footballing intelligence, is keen on one-two passes, and has exceptional off-the-ball perception, he is quite pacey - I'd compare him to Baros (just a reference point, he's not as good as Baros). He is certainly not a static kind of a striker, but one that will make things going up front. If he plays up to his level, you won't feel loss of Teofilo or miss Jaja.
Wow, that helped a lot. Thanks very much!
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Hayirlisi guys, but were they really needed?! Hope Pawel Brozek starts fulfilling that potential he showed a few years back, which attracted interest from some European clubs.

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Piotr to replace Cale? Anyways, congrats as always. A step in the right direction for making two new recruitments and adding depth into an already talented squad.

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Hayirlisi guys, but were they really needed?! Hope Pawel Brozek starts fulfilling that potential he showed a few years back, which attracted interest from some European clubs.
I have informations from really much credible source that Paweł had also initial offers from Sevilla and Valencia in last days, but Trabzonspor's agent annouced him they won't buy Piotr without Paweł. And as you know, the transfer to your team is much much bigger chance for Piotr - who was in really difficult situation in Krakow and there was really small chance to getting any good offers for him - than for Paweł so...so the fraternal solidarity won with possibility for Paweł to play for nice teams from Spain

You can imagine how their personal relations would look like if Paweł would choose - let's say - much better direction for him (even if he would be surely only a wide squad player in those teams), which was surely Spain one. Because at the same time Paweł would close probably the last chance for Piotr to achieve something in football and to earn really good money.

So considering this fact and the fact, that Spain offers were only "initial", he signed contract with team from Trabzon. I must say that was great move on his emotions by your board to attract Paweł to your team Especially you also additionally got a good backup for your LD or LM, which will be probably Piotr. Personally I hope Piotr will achieve top of own abilities in Turkey again, because we have a lot of problems to find a backup for Boenisch on our national team's left back.

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I wonder where Trabzon's link to Poland comes from, they seem to be linked with Polish players more than all the other clubs in the league put together.

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I wonder where Trabzon's link to Poland comes from, they seem to be linked with Polish players more than all the other clubs in the league put together.
Simply they have good feelings connected with Polish players...or - to be more precise - with Wisła's players. Both Szymkowiak and Głowacki did a nice advertisement of quality of footballers from Poland. Even if Głowacki has many problems with injuries, he makes a decent impression if he only is on the pich.

Second thing is that Trabzonspor wanted to buy Paweł Brożek many times before, for much better money, but he would rather choose one of the offers from Western part of Europe. But after tough injury he's in different situation now - he's 27 now, out of own top form, so he doesn't have time to waiting on better offers, additionally this situation with condition for offer for his brother and we cannot say Trabzonspor is a bad team for him, leader of strong league.

Anyway you'll see also another Wisła's footballer in Turkey, because as far as I know Mariusz Pawełek, their goalkeeper didn't sign the new contract with Wisła and he'll go to probably to Kayserispor (EDIT: my bad, that's Konyaspor, not the team from Kayseri), but there's also possibility to go to Genclerbirligi and to Hertha Berlin for him.

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